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This chapter provides an overview of responses to forced migration in South-East and East Asia. It begins by outlining the extent of forced migration throughout the region, before discussing responses to forced migration and protection challenges in selected national contexts. The latter sections of the chapter examine two protracted refugee situations that have dominated this regional context: refugees from Indochina (1975–1995) and refugees from Myanmar (late 1970s–present).
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