Russian and Turkish Migration Regimes in a Comparative Perspective
Summary, in English
Global political developments, economic growth and trade liberalization since the 1980s have changed the political and economic landscapes of most regions in the world. First, the collapse of the Soviet Union (and the communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe) lead to the movement of large segments of populations. For example, the dissolution of the Soviet Union alone left tens of millions of people divided into several countries.
- Department of Sociology of Law
International Political Economy Series
Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
- ISSN: 2662-2483
- ISSN: 2662-2491