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South-East Asian refugees in Paris : the evolution of a minority community
journal contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 authored by P White, Hilary WinchesterHilary Winchester, M Guillon
"The massive political upheavals of recent years in South-East Asia have given rise to an outflow of refugees from that region on a scale that has been equalled by only a limited number of refugee flows anywhere in the world in the post-war period. Certainly a substantial part of the total refugee flow has been contained within South-East Asia itself, as was the case with Vietnamese and Laotian refugees settling in Thailand in the 1950s after the final French withdrawal from the area (Poole, 1970), but a distinctive characteristic of the refugee flow out of South-East Asia has been the long distances involved."--Introduction.