Politics and the Refugee Experience
Cheryl Benard analyzes the growing international population of refugees as a new kind of political entity with its own political processes, foreign and domestic politics, and socio-psychological dynamics.
Secularization, Industrialization, and Khomeini's Islamic Republic, Cheryl Benard and Zalmay Khalilzad
Migrant Workers and European Democracy, Cheryl Benard
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