Migration management in the EU’s eastern neighbourhood
Journal of Sociology, nr 50 (1) | s. 65-77
In this article we review migration policies that have evolved in the eastern neighbourhood of the European Union, that is, in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. We ask how they compare with those that have been adopted by European Union member states and migrant settler countries such as Australia. We also use this regional perspective to comment on the application of the systems methodology in migration studies.
Commonwealth of Independent States, Eurasian migration system, integration management,
migration, migration systems