INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND EASTERN MED IN THE AGE OF NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION: SITUATIONS, IMPACTS, PROSPECTS
NEOLİBERAL KÜRESELLEŞME ÇAĞINDA ULUSLARARASI GÖÇ VE DOĞU AKDENİZ: DURUMLAR, ETKİLER, OLASILIKLAR

Author : Gökhan AK - - Mete Kaan KAYNAR
Number of pages : 237-247

Summary

Today poverty is almost known as the twin brother of international migration. As recent neoliberal policies of the global economy increases, it is observed that the differences in the communities of interclasses. Therefore, increasing personal poverty, country-fed up with violence and the risk of conflict, within the framework of the protection of the right to life as a fundamental human right, is becoming a necessity emigrate from place to place. In this sense, one of the most typical cases of globalization is on the rise, it is possible to say that the movements of the migration. Globalization is literally “space-time” in the form of a jam, brings the intention of facilitating the immigration of persons social developments. In this regard, the eastern Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa geographies have the potential to be most affected from migration movements from the island of Cyprus. Thus island, it has appeal for immigrants and refugees to the EU territory of Cyprus, Turkey as a highly advantageous geographical position of being very close to the location of the TRNC in the States. In this study, in the coming period, which increased the risk of war and conflict in the Middle East and North Africa and in the context of the environment in the short term, the impact of international migration and possible prospects that may arise for the island of Cyprus, for the imperial neoliberal policies implemented by the world’s most powerful economies aims to examine in the context of global interest.

Keywords

Neoliberalizm, Globalization, Politics, International Migration, Eastern Mediterranean

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