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Citation

Akaha T. Mong. J. Int. Aff. 2018; 20: 45-70.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2018, Institute of International Affairs of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences)

DOI

10.5564/mjia.v20i0.1024

PMID

unavailable

Abstract

In this brief analysis, we will examine the international migration situation in Mongolia, placing the country in the regional context, in order to identify the opportunities and challenges that international migration presents to the country and the migrants who cross its borders. Even though international migration is a global phenomenon, our focus on the regional context is warranted by the fact that it is the movement of people between Mongolia and its neighbors that represent the most significant migration-related impact and implications for Mongolia and its people. International migration is a multidimensional phenomenon and our full understanding requires a multidisciplinary approach drawing theoretical, methodological, and empirical insights from economics, sociology, demography, anthropology, geography, history, legal studies, political science, international relations, and security studies. In this study, however, we will focus on the human security and human development aspects of international migration in Mongolia. This will allow us to capture and highlight the impact of the cross-border flows of people on the people of Mongolia and on the border-crossing individuals themselves.


Language: en

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