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«Public Administration Issues» Journal,

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Higher School of Economics
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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Olga Gulina 1, Leah Utyasheva 2
  • 1 Doctor, Chief Executive Officer of the RUSMPI, Institute on Migration Policy, Germany
  • 2 Doctor, RUSMPI Researcher and a Consultant in International Human Rights Law Based, Toronto, Canada.

PUTTING PEOPLE LAST: LESSONS FROM THE REGULATION OF MIGRATION IN RUSSIA AND TAJIKISTAN

2016. No. 5. P. 92–118 [issue contents]
This paper analyses the recent developments and general direction of migration policy in two former Soviet Union countries – Russia and Tajikistan – from the lens of the current narrative in the field of migration research, paying attention to the economic and demographic reasons for migration, its legal and political framework, and the nascent integration and inclusion programs. While explaining the roots of the existing migration policy, and distinguishing between the migration policies of sending and receiving countries, the paper defines such terms as migration regime, migration mechanisms and migration regulations. The paper concludes that Russian migration policy reflects the inconsistency between the de jure liberal principles/ norms and their de facto restrictive application. The deeply embedded desire to limit an influx of the “Other” in Russia presents a serious threat to migration policy and the future economic development of the country. By contrast, while developing a comprehensive legislation, Tajikistan lacks the political will and resources to monitor its implementation and progressively demand the delivery of the results.


Citation: Gulina, O.R. & Utyasheva, L.M. (2016). Putting People Last: Lessons from the Regulation of Migration in Russia and Tajikistan. Public Administration Issues, no 5 (Special Issue, electronic edition), pp. 92–118 (in English).
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