skran

skran

(skræn)
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(Cookery) slang food
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Skran. <<The International Refugee Regime: The Historical and Contemporary Context of International Responses to Asylum Problems.>> In Refugees and the Asylum Dilemma in the West, edited by Gil Loescher, 8-35: Pennsylvania State University, 1992.
Skran, "The International Refugee Regime: The Historical and Contemporary Context of International Responses to Asylum Problems", in Gil Loescher (ed.), Refugees and the Asylum Dilemma in the West, (Pennsylvania: University Press, 2010), 8.
La conciencia sobre el fenomeno de los refugiados, y el termino mismo, emergieron en la decada de 1880 ante el crecimiento exponencial del numero de refugiados (Marrus 1985), y el periodo de entreguerras llevo el fenomeno a una nueva dimension, dando lugar al surgimiento de tratados y tecnicas de gestion de poblaciones desplazadas (Skran 1995).
Instead, its member states created an independent High Commissioner for Refugees (Jewish and Other) Coming from Germany with little power (Skran 1995; see also Stewart 1982).
(2.) Claudena M Skran, Refugees in Inter-War Europe: The Emergence of a Regime (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995).
Skran, Sr., as well as research grants from NASA, NSF, and Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
A major exception is a new work by Claudena Skran, The International Refugee Regime and the Refugee Problem in Interwar Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
For detailed discussion of this process, see Claudena Skran, Refugees in Inter-War Europe: The Emergence of a Regime (Oxford: Clarendon, 1995).