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Migrants, Refugees, and Foreign Policy: U.S. and German Policies toward Countries of Origin

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future inquiry is to consider how different kinds of conflicts and settlements affect the likelihood that refugees will return home. One hypothesis, for example, is that partition of a country will enable individuals to return to the region that their ethnic group now controls rather than to their native village or town if it is located in territory not under their control. Another hypothesis is that refugees are less likely to return home after a violent ethnic conflict if the ethnic groups are interspersed with one another but more likely to do so if each group is territorially concentrated.

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