Formalizing Displacement : International Law and Population Transfers
Provides a detailed study into the 1922-34 exchange of minorities between Greece and Turkey, in which nearly two million people were forcibly relocated Examines how the enforced mass movement of people was formalized through international law Analyzes the role of the League of Nations and the Permanent Court of International Justice in the legitimation of population transfer Investigates the Ottoman Empire's significance for the development of minority protection, population transfer, and humanitarian intervention
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Series||The History and Theory of International Law|
Özsu, U. (2015). Formalizing Displacement : International Law and Population Transfers. The History and Theory of International Law. Oxford University Press.