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Post-Socialist Eastern Europe and the Refugee Crisis: a Comparative Study of the Migration Policy in Visegrad Group Countries and Russia 2014-2018

Student: Vusal Akhundzada

Supervisor: Sanjay Kumar Rajhans

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Migration challenges confronting the EU irritated numerous interior logical inconsistencies of the union. The Visegrad Group and its really common strategy in connection to refugees is an impression of a part of current procedures inside the EU. The gathering of policy briefs from each V4 state exhibits a depiction of the national level headed discussions on migration in the midst of developing populism, a typical element in the region as well as more extensively crosswise over Europe. Every policy brief additionally analyses how particular governments are dealing with their own migration policies and how they are situating themselves in the present discourses in regards to changes of the Common European Asylum System. When it comes to asylum system in Russia and its migration policy exists, Law on Refugees exists, however, their function and effectivenes is far a way of being "just existed". Its effectiveness vis-à-vis the Ukrainian refugees appeared as a "sinusoidal" graph. At first it worked very well, and then its efficiency subsided.

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