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This work contains summaries of more than 50 years of Canadian and American judicial decisions relating to various articles of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. Coverage includes the complex definition of a Convention Refugee, the cessation clauses, the exclusion clauses, various treaty rights of refugees under the convention, the criteria for expulsion of Convention Refugees on the grounds of criminality or threats to national security, and more. You'll find systematic coverage of the caselaw interpreting the series of elements that must be examined in assessing a claim to Convention Refugee status.