Saturday, May 20, 2017

Russia: A Migration System with Soviet Roots

The Russian Federation appeared on the world map as an independent state at the end of 1991, following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Even as it grappled with huge political and economic upheaval, Russia suddenly found itself home to a massive number of “immigrants” from former Soviet states. With little experience managing international migration flows to guide policy in this area initially, Russia has been at the center of transformative shifts in migration, all while its government has worked to solidify a comprehensive migration management system.
далее картинки из статьи:
Figure 1. Migration Flows to and from Russia, 1991–2015
Table 1. Size and Percent Change (%) of Population in Russia, by Country of Birth, 1989-2010
Figure 2. Russian Employment Permits Issued to Foreign Workers, 1994-2015
Table 2. Net Migration in Russia by Period, 1991–2015
Figure 3. Naturalizations by Category, (%), 2009-15

см стaтейку целиком на migrationpolicy.org

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