The Politics of American Refugee Policy


Critics of U.S. refugee policy say the government unfairly favors those fleeing communist countries or other nations with which the United States is at odds. The Refugee Act of 1980 was meant to depoliticize the process, but as recent disputes over Soviet emigrés indicate, the legislation hasn't had the intended effect.

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