Trends in International Migration

International migration in the globalized world is a highly complex phenomenon. The involvement of national and international organizations and a web of policies on international migration has delivered to us the highly regulated practical side of international migration. Modern-day migration has a diverse classification system, encompassing both micro and macro levels. Every factor is further divided into various sub-factors. All the factors together form the modern theoretical takes on international migration.

The globalized world brought its dangers with itself, wherein the softening of borders not just allowed the movement of migrants but also aided the expansion of international criminal syndicates, also known as transnational criminal networks. Read More…

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