Given that the phenomenon of the IDPs, and specifically the conflict-induced displacement, is generally understood to be an outcome of a society’s own mismanagement and consequently the handling of those displaced a responsibility of local leaders, a clear understanding of IDP policymaking remains obscure. This chapter takes the reader behind the policies and into the mind-set of the policy makers, and exposes the hidden obstacles in the formulation of the displacement policies for the KP families. A thoughtful understanding of the myriad roadblocks, encountered in the formulation of the KP policies, not only delivers a deeper understanding of the predicament of those who must endure displacement but also brings a unique appreciation of the policymaking process itself, in the event of protracted displacements. A complete examination of the following obstacles is examined: an absence of a universally applied framework, evolving and changing needs of the families, resistance from family-supported organizations, resistance from host communities, protests of equity from those who never left their hometowns, and limitations imposed by the country’s own positions and discourse.