Globalization and International Migration

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Globalization and International Migration
This paper will look into the current dynamics, challenges and prospects for migrant workers and irregular migrants in the modern world, as well as immigrants and 
transnationalists
. This modern world is a world of fast globalization. Globalization is a complex phenomenon that has had an effect on all the aspects of life: social, cultural, political and economic. Globalization implies connectedness between people and nations, free trade and borders open to the exchange of goods and services. Under these conditions the old idea of one nation- one state gets blurred. However, globalization also seems to be progressing in an uneven way: there are clear winner and losers. An important feature of our...
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