Crossing national borders: human migration issues in by Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva

By Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva

Foreign migration and different kinds of cross-border circulation of individuals have gotten a major a part of diplomacy in Northeast Asia. during this pioneering research, specialists on China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia and Russia study the political, financial, social and cultural dimensions of the interplay among border-crossing members and host groups, highlighting the demanding situations that face nationwide and native leaders in every one state and suggesting wanted alterations in nationwide and foreign rules. The booklet introduces a wealth of empirical fabric and perception to either foreign migration stories and Northeast Asian region reviews.

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However, economic necessity is forcing the three governments to rethink past policies. The government in Moscow has focused on the enforcement of migration rather than first devising long-term plans for the role of migration in Russia’s development. There is a need for China and the Russian Federation to include Mongolia fully in the migration policy process. Possible policies New migration policies are clearly needed. The government of China can grant internal migrants the freedom to move to and settle in regions where they can find jobs.

Landis MacKellar, ‘‘The Predicament of Population Aging: A Review Essay’’, Population and Development Review 26 (2), 2000, pp. 365–397. 9. ‘‘The UN Population Division on Replacement Migration’’, Population and Development Review 26 (2), 2000, pp. 413–417. 10. United Nations Population Division, Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Aging Population? htmi (retrieved 20 April 2004). 11. Peter J. F. V. , Global Networks, Linked Cities, New York, London: Routledge, 2002, pp. 93–115.

POPULATION TRENDS AND MIGRATION PATTERNS 35 The majority of Chinese (and Vietnamese and North Koreans) in the Russian Far East provide inexpensive labour and transport, and the Chinese also sell inexpensive consumer goods to the region. The overarching welfare issue facing the Chinese in the Russian Far East involves abuses of labour standards. The rights of affected host-community members For China, Japan and the ROK, migration and foreign workers pose short-term problems; most of the stresses have to do with how the governments handle perceived threats to established political and collective control.

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