Contents: Introduction; Part I Historical Perspective: 'We refugees' Hannah Arendt; Territorial asylum, Paul Weis; The end of asylum? The changing nature of refugee policies in Africa, Bonaventure Rutinwa; A reconsideration of the underlying premise of refugee law, James C. Hathaway; UNCHR's contribution to the development of international refugee law: its foundations and evolution, Corrine Lewis; The politics of refugee protection, Guy S. Goodwin-Gill. Part II The 1951 Refugee Convention: Key Provisions and Implementation: Who is a refugee?, Andrew E. Schacknove; Troubled communication: cross-cultural misunderstandings in the asylum-hearing, Walter KAlin; Non-refoulement and the new asylum seekers, Guy S. Goodwin-Gill; Revitalizing the 1951 Refugee Convention, Joan Fitzpatrick. Part III Refugee Law and Its Relationship with International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law: Refugee law, gender, and the human rights paradigm, Deborah E. Anker; Seeking asylum under the Convention on the Rights of the Child: a case for complementary protection, Jane McAdam; The cross-fertilization of international humanitarian law and international refugee law, Stephane Jaquemet. Part IV EU Dimension of Refugee Law: The Europeanisation of Europe's asylum policy, Elspeth Guild; Is Europe living up to its obligations to refugees?, Geoff Gilbert; Understanding refugee law in an enlarged European Union, Rosemary Byrne, Gregor Noll and Jens Vedsted-Hansen; Transnational judicial dialogue, harmonization and the common European asylum system, Helene Lambert. Part V Challenges and Perspectives on the Future: Reforming the international refugee regime: a dialogic model, B.S. Chimni; Free movement and the world order, Satvinder S. Juss; Human security and the rights of refugees: transcending territorial and disciplinary borders, Alice Edwards. Name Index.