This collection presents thirteen papers by policy analysts from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus on the relationship between current and emergent migratory processes and patterns in the former Soviet Union, and current and emergent trends in political, economic, and security relations among the Soviet successor states. An introduction and overview by two American specialists put the findings and observations presented in these papers in a broader comparative perspective and examine some of their international implications.
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