The International Organisation for Migration refers to “migration management” as the range of measures needed to effectively address migration issues at national, regional and global levels. However, generating such measures is an uphill task due to the constant clash of national and international interests as well as governmental and non-governmental action. In addition to this, the demand and supply for migrants and the rise of other security threats factor in significantly to the complex equation. This edition takes a brief look at why this is so.
Bulletins and Newsletters / Non-Traditional Security / South Asia / Southeast Asia and ASEAN
Last updated on 21/10/2014