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Журнал Сибирского федерального университета. Гуманитарные науки. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities& Social Sciences  / №4 2016

Forced Migration in Modern Europe and Russia: Situation, Problems and Possible Ways to Optimize the Refugee Law (150,00 руб.)

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Первый авторVolokh
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ID450075
АннотацияThe article by Professor V.A. Volokh is dedicated to one of the most controversial issues of our time – migration issues in and out of Russia. In the context of economic and political globalization not only basic characteristics of the international migration process have changed, but also their determinants. The EU Member States are seriously concerned about the issues of uncontrolled яow of migrants from the Middle East and try to ёnd ways to resolve the immigration crisis. In Russia, with the increasing яow of refugees from Eastern Ukraine and other categories of migrants, this problem has also acquired great importance. Prof. V.A. Volokh examines in detail the state migration policy of the Russian Federation, processes and mechanisms of management of migration яows, measures taken to prevent illegal immigration in the country, and suggests possible ways to optimize legislation on refugees.
УДК314.745.22/.26
Volokh, V.A. Forced Migration in Modern Europe and Russia: Situation, Problems and Possible Ways to Optimize the Refugee Law / V.A. Volokh // Журнал Сибирского федерального университета. Гуманитарные науки. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities& Social Sciences .— 2016 .— №4 .— С. 71-78 .— URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/450075 (дата обращения: 26.01.2022)

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Humanities & Social Sciences 4 (2016 9) 775-782 ~ ~ ~ УДК 314.745.22/.26 Forced Migration in Modern Europe and Russia: Situation, Problems and Possible Ways to Optimize the Refugee Law Vladimir A. Volokh* State University of Management 99 Riazanskii Prospect, Moscow, 109542, Russia Received 02.12.2015, received in revised form 18.01.2016, accepted 21.03.2016 The article by Professor V.A. Volokh is dedicated to one of the most controversial issues of our time – migration issues in and out of Russia. <...> In the context of economic and political globalization not only basic characteristics of the international migration process have changed, but also their determinants. <...> The EU Member States are seriously concerned about the issues of uncontrolled fl ow of migrants from the Middle East and try to fi nd ways to resolve the immigration crisis. <...> In Russia, with the increasing fl ow of refugees from Eastern Ukraine and other categories of migrants, this problem has also acquired great importance. <...> V.A. Volokh examines in detail the state migration policy of the Russian Federation, processes and mechanisms of management of migration fl ows, measures taken to prevent illegal immigration in the country, and suggests possible ways to optimize legislation on refugees. <...> Keywords: migration, forced migration, refugees, temporary shelter, the 1951 UN Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, EU countries, illegal migration fl ows, threats to national security, Federal Law “On Refugees”, Ukrainian citizens. <...> In the context of economic and political globalization not only basic characteristics of the international migration have changed, but also the factors that determine them. <...> It should be noted that in the modern world there is a steady increase in legal and illegal migration fl ows to European countries, especially from countries with unstable socio© Siberian Federal University. <...> The top ten countries receiving the greatest number of migrants the Russian Federation (2nd place), France (7th At place)1 . the same time, in countries receiving migrants there are regular protests of migrants and the indigenous population. <...> The most advanced list 5 European countries, including place), Germany (3rd Vladimir A. Volokh. <...> Forced Migration in Modern Europe and Russia: Situation, Problems <...>