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From the Publisher"Wilsher’s book ably tackles not only the details of immigration detention in a number of states, but also the deeper constitutional principles underlying the debate over such detention. It is essential reading for anyone interested in the detention of foreign nationals on immigration or security grounds."
Steve Peers, International Journal of Refugee Law
"… a compelling narrative of how history, politics and law have resulted in the present unprecedented use of immigration detention, and the fertile ground they provide for alternatives."
Rayner Thwaites, The Modern Law Review