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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

Conserve and Rule: Conservatism in the 22nd Century

... revolutions, the treatment of inequality as an indispensable condition of diversity and freedom, and the special role of authority. In the longer term, conservatism may play a role – especially in Europe – as an answer to the challenges posed by immigration, the identity crisis and uncontrolled development of technologies. Common Heritage The Fitzwilliam Museum Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-92), Lord Rockingham & Edmund Burke, c. 1766 By 2080, the population of the European Union is projected to ...

11.11.2015

Migration, Globalization and Economic Viability: Challenges and Opportunities for Russia & Eurasia

... Moscow, 25 September 2015. I am honored by this opportunity to present global perspective on a major challenge and opportunity of our time. My remarks feature three dimensions: 1) migration sustaining the world of work today — in other words why immigration to Russia; 2) greater labour and skills mobility in coming years: prospects for Russia and Eurasia; and 3) challenges and opportunities for a viable law and policy regime on migration governance for Russia and Eurasia. 1) Setting the Context: ...

06.10.2015

Refugees in Russia: Myths and Reality

... in the mid-1970s, the situation drastically changed, for between 1976 and 1990, the population of Russia increased by more than 2.5 million through inter-republic migration [2] . Following the breakdown of the USSR, Russia became the second largest immigration destination after the United States – 12.3 million Russian residents were born outside its borders, while the U.S. figure is 40.5 million [3] . In the 1980s, the process was augmented by a new and quite painful reality because of the ...

09.09.2014

The Immigration and Its Ration within the CIS-countries

... about $7.5 billion, of which $3.8 billion were recorded remittances of Tajik migrants working in Russia. In the present post-Soviet landscape, Russia’s only rival in attracting labor migrants is Kazakhstan, which pursues its distinctive brand of immigration policy guided by the principle “the clever guy learns by emulating and evaluating positive experiences of his competitors”. Kazakhstan has announced amnesty for labor immigrants and introduced regulations whereby work patents can ...

13.04.2014

Immigration Initiatives In The CIS-Countries: Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Russia

... CIS-countries do not build common migration strategy, even though it is in each country’s best interest for their residents to pay attention to each other’s social, political, economic, cultural, and linguistic differences. However, partnership and immigration regulation among CIS-counties demonstrate inappropriate “case by case” law regulation that often appears inhumane and unfriendly towards immigrants and natives. According the UN data of 2012, there are 11.9 MLN immigrants in ...

07.02.2014

The spanish society: testing spain’s tolerance by immigration

... who treat each other with kindness and respect and are prepared to live together on the basis of full equality. Given that, would it be correct to insist that multiculturalism as an ideology and political practice has exhausted itself? The Scale of Immigration In the 1970-1980s the resettlement model in Spain changed: if for centuries it had been a country from which its inhabitants emigrated in large numbers, in those years it turned into a country of immigration. Since then more and more foreigners ...

04.03.2012

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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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