Husarska, Anna
July 2006
New Republic;7/24/2006, Vol. 235 Issue 4, p12
The article focuses on refugees from Burma's military dictatorship at the Ban Dong Yang camp in September 2005 who were denied entry to the United States. The nuances of the Karen Burmese situation are discussed, as well as broad definitions in the U.S. PATRIOT Act which prevent innocent refugees from seeking asylum in the United States.


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