Western European Immigration Policy: Implications and Lessons for Russia

  •  Mikhail Ivanovich Rykhtik    
  •  Sergei Valerjevich Krivov    


This study explores the experience of West European migration policy and the opportunities for its application inRussia. The increase in migratory flows requires new approaches to policy-making. In addition experienceaddress these problems illustrates the ambiguity of ways to their solution. The purpose of this study is toestablish a causal relationship, identification of key trends in the development of this phenomenon as migrationin the context of globalization, the analysis of potential challenges for Russia on the basis of foreign experience.Also addresses the issue of the possible impact of international sanctions against Russia for the furtherdevelopment of policies towards migrants.

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