Tag Archive: Terrorism

Hazaras’ Persecution Worsens: Will the New Government show Leadership by lifting the Suspension on Afghani Asylum Claims?

Denise Phillips*, PhD Candidate, University of New England (UNE)


Executive summary

  • This paper draws on aspects of Afghanistan’s ethnic history and its present crises to challenge the Labor policy of suspending the processing of claims from Afghani asylum seekers.  It focuses on Shiite Hazaras from Afghanistan.
  • Outlining their history Read more »

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Policy Reforms and Homeland Security: The Question of Organisation

by Chad Whelan, School of History, Heritage and Society, Deakin University


The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States resulted in endless policy reforms in the name of ‘homeland security’ in many countries worldwide. One of the more significant reforms in the United States was the introduction Read more »

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