Chapter 6 shows that the types of dispositions covered in previous chapters have created disciplinary blindspots. They have left the more troublesome theoretical implications of the current paradigm untouched. This chapter provides an appreciation of the overall efficacy of the theoretical model. It conveys that refugee law and human rights law might exhibit a coincidental connection, but they do not have a normative one. This is likely to encourage discretion, restrictiveness and fragmentation in its application.
|Title of host publication||Human Rights and The Revision of Refugee Law|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 20 May 2021|