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Evaluation of Risks, Threats and Challenges of Migration Policy in the Context of Long-Term Mass Presence on the Territory of Russian Refugees from Neighboring Countries
[Оценка Рисков, Угроз И Задач Миграционной Политики В Условиях Долгосрочного Массового Присутствия На Территории России Беженцев Из Сопредельных Государств]


  • Malakhov, Vladimir Sergeevich (Малахов, Владимир Сергеевич)

    (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))


The paper evaluates the possibilities of modern Russian migration policy at stages of occurrence, distribution, settlement and integration of refugees. The authors examine the economic, demographic, legal, political and socio-cultural aspects of the problem of refugees in the context of a comparison of the European administrative experience and Russian practices. The study analyzes the peculiarities of asylum procedure in Russia and identifies the main opportunities and risks associated with the influx of refugees from Ukraine.

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  • Malakhov, Vladimir Sergeevich (Малахов, Владимир Сергеевич), 2016. "Evaluation of Risks, Threats and Challenges of Migration Policy in the Context of Long-Term Mass Presence on the Territory of Russian Refugees from Neighboring Countries [Оценка Рисков, Угроз И Зад," Working Papers 16610, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:16610

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