In: Asian and African Studies, vol. 25, no. 2
Year, pages: 2016, 231 - 248
international migration, migration from Asia and Africa, globalisation, state sovereignty, liberal state, undocumented migration, discrimination
This study pays attention to the phenomenon of international migration of the population from Asia and Africa to Europe, or more precisely to the European Union and attempts to point out that this is a category that brings a large number of problems to the political systems of European countries. In the case of population movement we can speak not only about the negatives, as the topic is presented in the current socio-political discourse, but we can also talk about the positives and benefits for receiving and sending countries. Positives and negatives are fundamentally influencing the policy of liberal-democratic nation states and this phenomenon is the cause of radicalisation and diversification of the policy in the European area.
How to cite:
Liďák, J. 2016. International Migration from Asia and Africa – Issues and Challenges for Europe. In Asian and African Studies, vol. 25, no.2, pp. 231-248. 1335-1257.
Liďák, J. (2016). International Migration from Asia and Africa – Issues and Challenges for Europe. Asian and African Studies, 25(2), 231-248. 1335-1257.