Do states have the right to exclude immigrants? by Christopher Bertram
, , Asian Studies Review 2022 Vol. 46 No. 1 P. 130-149
Tajikistan is one of the main migrant origin countries in the post-Soviet space, with about one million labour migrants living and working in Russia. The country also represents one of the most remittance-dependent economies in the world. By exploring how and why the Tajik government has been seeing and engaging with labour migrants since 1991, ...
Added: February 5, 2021
, , Revue d'etudes comparatives Est-Ouest 2018 Vol. 49 No. 4 P. 27-58
This article traces different origins, development, agency and political stances of various Tajik emigrant communities that emerged after the break-up of the Soviet Union, mainly in Russia, but also beyond the post-Soviet space. It argues that factors such as time and type of arrival, region of origin, socio-economic status in the host society, host and ...
Added: March 6, 2019