November 21, 2003

Refugee Repatriation When I used

Refugee Repatriation

When I used to do refugee resettlement work in the Balkans--repatriation back into Bosnia was pretty much unthinkable even (for a good while) post Dayton Accords.

True, these refugees mostly left Iraq in 1991 during Saddam's brutal crackdown after the Shi'a uprising. They've been waiting a long time.

But the fact that refugees are coming back into Iraq at all is a reminder that the insurgency is pretty localized and that large swaths of the country are quite peaceful.

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Posted by Gregory at November 21, 2003 12:19 AM
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