Vol 8 (2019): October
Foreign policy

Migration Realism: Lessons from the Global Migration Crisis Anatomy of migration

Rahmon Ulmasov
Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Russian - Tajik (Slavic) University, Tajikistan
Published December 11, 2019
  • migration,
  • realism,
  • lessons,
  • globalmigration,
  • crisis,
  • anatomy
  • ...More
How to Cite
Rahmon Ulmasov. (2019). Migration Realism: Lessons from the Global Migration Crisis Anatomy of migration. Indonesian Journal of Public Policy Review, 8. https://doi.org/10.21070/ijppr.v8i0.252


This paper makes analyses of the realism in global migration crisis. On this case, most of the view were stated in political views of the Central Asian region to global tendencies and issues overcome migration. Conclusions of the author shows analyses of contemporary conditions in the region while making suggestions to the future points.


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