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Globalization of Migration Processes: on the Threshold of the New Migration Reality
Faculty of Economics, Russian-Tajik (Slavonic) University, 30 M.Tursunzoda Str., Dushanbe, 734025, Tajikistan
2 Institute of Raw Material Industry Economics and Legislation of the Russian State Geological Prospecting University n. a. Sergo Ordzhonikidzе, 23 Miklukho-Maklaya Str., 117997, Russia
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In this paper, the authors address the global issues of migration on the threshold of a new migration reality. Migration is considered to be one of the most actively developing global issues at present as more and more people are crossing the border of their state for one reason or another. The authors determine a comprehensive analysis of issues, in particular, the accelerating processes of global warming, expanding social and political conflicts, economic crises, and migration collapse. All of these issues together indicate a very important idea: in all of its processes related to life, particularly in the area of migration, the world has reached the threshold of a New Reality. The authors have indicated with absolute accuracy those issues that need a most focused attention from national governments and international institutions. This way, there is an obvious fact that is paradoxical for many countries, especially the European ones: despite the complex socioeconomic situation, limited natural resources, rising unemployment, declining income, and increasing impelled migration, there is a sharp growth in population in the Republic of Tajikistan. Such demographic processes are a hallmark of predominantly poor and underdeveloped countries, where having many children is often the only factor of a family’s survival as a social unit.
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