Migration


Worldwide migration: a constant factor

Marcus Roberts | 01 April 2014
Worldwide migration numbers have remained static for the last twenty years.

Migrants in Russia: a love-hate relationship

Marcus Roberts | 08 November 2013
The Russian economy needs migrant workers, but some of its citizens aren't so sure.

UK Government: Please, Don’t Come! Part II

Marcus Roberts | 04 February 2013
Romania is not happy with the UK's attempts to limit Romanian migrants.

Raising the IQ of Both Countries

Marcus Roberts | 29 August 2012
Record numbers of New Zealanders are heading to Australia.
 
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