Länderprofile

Länderprofile



Russian Federation

International migration in Russia is composed of the inflow of immigrants from other countries of the former Soviet Union and an outflow of emigrants into economically more developed countries. In the country profile on Russia, Dr. Maria Nozhenko gives an overview over the history of Russian migration policy and features Russian particularities, as for instance the repatriation of ethnic Russians and the "ghost towns" emerging in the process of economic transition, or the lack of integration policy, despite significant immigration (version from July 2010).

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