MIGRANT CRISIS IN BELARUS

MIGRANT CRISIS IN BELARUS

  • November 29, 2021
  • M1, Ma este
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The phenomenon on the Belarusian-Polish border is instructive for the future, as Belarus has imported into the post-Soviet space a political pressure tool that was previously the preserve of original transit countries. So far, we have seen examples of Turkey…

SOUTHERN OPENING IN RABAT

SOUTHERN OPENING IN RABAT

  • November 28, 2021
  • M1, Ma reggel
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Morocco, a country of 33 million, currently has 700 000 sub-Saharans of various legal statuses. A significant part of this mass would be heading towards Europe. In our lifetime, migration exploded in 2015, in Spain it was already happening in…

MIGRANTS ARE NOT FLEEING FROM VIOLENCE

MIGRANTS ARE NOT FLEEING FROM VIOLENCE

  • November 24, 2021
  • Magyar Nemzet
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Migrants from Central America enter the United States illegally not because of violence or natural disasters, but because they have no jobs. Our researcher Kristóf György Veres told Magyar Nemzet that in the last twelve months, some 1.7 million migrants…

NO WAY OUT OF THE CRISIS CREATED BY THE LUKASENKA REGIME

NO WAY OUT OF THE CRISIS CREATED BY THE LUKASENKA REGIME

  • November 17, 2021
  • M1, Ma reggel
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The EU and the Belarusian regime are playing a typical game of scaredy-cat, in which it is not known who will eventually pull the government aside. It is clear that all parties involved in the current situation feel like losers.…

CRISES MUST BE TACKLED AT THE ROOTS

CRISES MUST BE TACKLED AT THE ROOTS

  • November 16, 2021
  • InfoRádió
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Viktor Marsai, research director of the MRI, told InfoRadio that the Hungarian Defence Forces' involvement in Mali is a direct consequence of the force development program of recent years and the concept that crises must be tackled at their roots.