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Rutgers Model United Nations - IDIA

Rutgers Model United Nations - IDIA

© 2008 Institute for

© 2008 Institute for Domestic & International Affairs, Inc. (IDIA) This document is solely for use in preparation for Rutgers Model United Nations 2008. Use for other purposes is not permitted without the express written consent of IDIA. For more information, please write us at idiainfo@idia.net

Policy Dilemma ______________________________________________________________ 1 Chronology__________________________________________________________________ 3 28 September 1954: Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons__________________ 3 30 August 1961: OHCHR Holds Second Convention ____________________________________ 4 1967: US Hints at Concept of Renouncing Citizenship ___________________________________ 4 16 December 1971: Stateless Biharis __________________________________________________ 4 January 1972: Banyamulenge Gain Citizenship ________________________________________ 5 14 September 1988: Saddam Hussein Persecutes Kurds__________________________________ 6 1990-1997: Number of Stateless People Grow in the Balkans______________________________ 6 18 June 2004: Film Brings to Light a True Story of Statelessness __________________________ 7 Actors and Interests ___________________________________________________________ 7 Stateless People ___________________________________________________________________ 7 Sympathetic States ________________________________________________________________ 9 Antagonist States _________________________________________________________________ 11 Possible Causes _____________________________________________________________ 13 Political_________________________________________________________________________ 14 Ethnic __________________________________________________________________________ 15 Economic/Nationalist _____________________________________________________________ 16 Projections and Implications___________________________________________________ 18 Conclusion _________________________________________________________________ 19 Discussion Questions: ________________________________________________________ 21 Bibliography________________________________________________________________ 22 Works Cited_____________________________________________________________________ 22

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