Migrations in the political reality of contemporary states

Rafał Majewski


Among the important problems of the modern world remains the issue of national security, both on the domestic and international levels. Determining the essential challenges to contemporary governance and analysing the levels of international movement of people indicates that migration pressures are a characteristic feature of modern civilisation. Migration takes different forms and stems from a number of varied reasons, but always brings with it significant social, political, economic and cultural consequences. In many ways it threatens national security, both from within and from without. It is therefore increasingly becoming the focus of activities undertaken both by governments and by international organisations.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.19197/tbr.v17i4.345


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