Ethnic Immigration Policy Implementation (1992- 2009)

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  • Shugatai Amangul Institute of Geography, MAS

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i17.87

Keywords:

ethnic demographic structure, immigration process, immigration policy, Kazakhstan

Abstract

After Kazakhstan declared its independence, it became a large perform­er in the worldwide international migration process. The attraction of social and economic stability (with an increase in the level of liv­ing standard), stable ethno-demographic and population growth, no nationalist struggles as well as positive geopolitical situations, have lead to a huge flow of immigrants to Kazakhstan in the years since independence. In this study, I have suggested that results of the ethnic immigration policy include strengthening the national identity, creating a positive effect on the ethno-demographic outcomes, and increasing the number of the population size over the last nineteen years.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i17.87

Mongolian Journal of International Affairs, No.17 2012: 109-117

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Author Biography

Shugatai Amangul, Institute of Geography, MAS

Amangul Shugatai is a researcher at the Institute of Geography, Mongolian Academy of Sciences. She graduated from the Nanhua University of Taiwan in 2010, with a Master of Arts degree in International Relations - Asia Pacific Studies 2010

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Published

2013-08-15

How to Cite

Amangul, S. (2013). Ethnic Immigration Policy Implementation (1992- 2009). Mongolian Journal of International Affairs, (17), 109–117. https://doi.org/10.5564/mjia.v0i17.87