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《Journal of International Relations》 2016-06
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Current International Immigration Governance in Eurasia:A Blueprint Based on Russia's Experiences

Qiang Xiaoyun;the Institute for Global Governance Studies at Shanghai Institutes for International Relations;the Center for Russian & Central Asia Studies at Shanghai Institutes for International Relations;  
In recent years,with the Silk Road Economic Belt,the Eurasian Economic Union and the Great Eurasian Partnership being put forward and implemented,transnational population migration within the Eurasian region shows new features.First,the direction and the center of the transnational population migration are all the more evident. The transnational population migration within the region consists mainly of labor migration and migration for education,and China and Russia have become the two centers of the international migration in Eurasia. Secondly,the transnational population migration synchronizes with Eurasian regional development,and the deepening of regional integration promotes the activeness of population migration. Thirdly,the migration to Russia is the most active part of population migration within Eurasia.Therefore,both the extent of the Russian society to accept immigration and the regulations of the Russian government concerning immigration exert an influence on the situation of the population migration within the area that cannot be ignored.
【CateGory Index】: D851.2
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