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Volume 55 Issue 4

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The Viability of a Habeas Challenge to Extraterritorial Immigration Detention: A Case Study of Camp Bondsteel, Vol. 56

Ammar Inayatali

24 May 2024

In the 1990s, the Bush Administration changed how industrialized countries process refugees. Instead of allowing refugees to enter their territories and afford them ostensible substantive and procedural asylum protections, industrialized countries began offshoring and externalizing their refugee processing to third-party countries. Today, families who sought refuge in Australia now sit indefinitely confined in Papua New Guinea and Nauru.

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J.D. Candidate, 2024, Cornell Law School.