By Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva
Foreign migration and different different types of cross-border flow of individuals have gotten an incredible a part of diplomacy in Northeast Asia. during this pioneering learn, specialists on China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia and Russia learn the political, fiscal, social and cultural dimensions of the interplay among border-crossing participants and host groups, highlighting the demanding situations that face nationwide and native leaders in each one nation and suggesting wanted alterations in nationwide and overseas guidelines. The publication introduces a wealth of empirical fabric and perception to either foreign migration experiences and Northeast Asian sector experiences.
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98 POPULATION TRENDS AND MIGRATION PATTERNS 33 Russian authorities have attempted to improve both the reporting and the control mechanisms of migration. 100 Conclusions and policy implications Can Northeast Asian countries work together to develop and implement policies regarding changes in population stocks and ﬂows that will preserve state security and increase the welfare of their populations? Northeast Asian policy-makers, aware of the advantages of population stabilization, have successfully used national policy frameworks to help facilitate a regional equilibrium of low birth and death rates.
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