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Proposals for Russia’s Migration Strategy through 2035

... socioeconomics, demographics and migra­tion. The unfavourable demographic trends and the declining and ageing of the pop­ulation were partially offset by an influx of temporary and permanent migrants from other post-Soviet states, but numerous errors in the migration policy led to a decrease in Russia’s migration attractiveness, turning migration into a source of social tension and an instrument of political infighting. The errors were caused, among other things, by the lack of a migration strategy and ...

26.09.2017

Immigration Divided the USA

... his predecessor, Barack Obama, did. He has already issued more than 20 presidential executive orders and memorandums, and all of them are as controversial as the 45th US president is himself. Among them all the executive order “Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements” stands out, which literally divided America. To understand how seriously this decree has excited the public of both the United States and many other countries of the world, it is enough just to look at the statements ...

14.03.2017

RIAC Holds a Second Expert Meeting on Russia’s Migration Strategy

On February 20 th , 2017 a second expert meeting on the elaboration of Russia’s migration strategy in the framework of the joint project of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Center for Strategic Research (CSR) took place at the RIAC. During the first discussion of the strategy hold on November 14 th , 2016 ...

21.02.2017

Migration Crisis: International Cooperation and National Strategies

Policy Brief #10, 2016 Migration has moved to the top of the global political agenda in recent times. The unprecedented influx of refugees to Europe, on the one hand, and the high rate of South–North economic migration on the other, have led to sharp political and public ...

07.12.2016

António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres: Make migration legal and structured

... Discussion Club event with António Guterres, a UN Secretary-General candidate, UN High Commissioner for Refugees in 2005-2015 and Portuguese prime minister in 1995-2002. Mr. Guterres presented his vision of the origins and ways to overcome the global migration crisis, and then answered numerous questions on migration, which he sees as a natural and inevitable process that can be hardly blocked. What the states can do is improve the relevant regulation mechanisms and make the process legal and streamlined....

22.06.2016

International Migration Flows: a Global Challenge Requires a Global Response

It might be fair to say that no other phenomenon of today’s world politics demonstrates the deficitof global governance as vividly as does the current migration crisis. The topicof the disaster not only makesthe front pageand a staple of TV news shows, but also provokes lively and often heated discussion on the Internet. The migration issue is becoming particularly dramaticfor our western neighbours,...

11.04.2016

The Migration Collapse in Austria Threatens to Hit the Schengen Area

... unable to seamlessly adapt to life in their new home country, if only because of the challenges presented by not knowing German. They thus become an easy target for radical Islamist propaganda. Austrian political parties have differing views on mass immigration, particularly from Muslim countries. Representatives from five parties expressed their views on the matter during a pre-election debate held at the City Council of Vienna in 2010. The most liberal attitude towards migrants was demonstrated by ...

05.02.2016

Hold Your Guard: Migration Crisis in South-East Europe

... (UNHCR) reported an 83 percent increase in the number of refugees and migrants who had crossed the Mediterranean Sea to get to Europe in the first 6 months of 2015: 137,000 people compared to 75,000 in the same period last year. Plans to combat the migration crisis, adopted by the European Commission, have proved to be less than efficient. Pragmatization of relations with Russia may offer an opportunity for the EU to cope with the refugee problem. Failing this, the crisis-ridden South-East Europe ...

13.01.2016
 

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