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Human Rights for Immigration Detainees in Strasbourg: Limited Sovereignty or a Limited Discourse?

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The present international legal system is so determined to protect the interests of states and their territorial boundaries that any people who seek to move across those boundaries are seen as intruders. If they can enter at all, they enter at their own risk.

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