2012
DOI: 10.4324/9780203106969
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EU-Russian Border Security

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“…The growing Central Asian migration is posing a strong challenge to both the security of Russia and Kazakhstan which can be studied in the framework of ‘Regional Security Complex theory’ (RSCT) developed by Barry Buzan and Olle Weaver. 6 Russian political elite think that influx of large-scale immigrants from Central Asia pose a threat to Russia’s so-called Slavic identity itself, as these immigrants not only capture job market, but often indulge themselves in land-grabbing and other illegal economic activities (Golunov 2007, 3). The Levada Sociological Monitoring Centre, Moscow, in 2005, during the economic boom of the country, found in a survey that 31 per cent of those respondents felt that migrants play a catalytic role in upsurge of criminal activities in the country and even agreed to the question that migrants eat up the jobs of local population.…”
Section: Migration and ‘Societal Insecurity’mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The growing Central Asian migration is posing a strong challenge to both the security of Russia and Kazakhstan which can be studied in the framework of ‘Regional Security Complex theory’ (RSCT) developed by Barry Buzan and Olle Weaver. 6 Russian political elite think that influx of large-scale immigrants from Central Asia pose a threat to Russia’s so-called Slavic identity itself, as these immigrants not only capture job market, but often indulge themselves in land-grabbing and other illegal economic activities (Golunov 2007, 3). The Levada Sociological Monitoring Centre, Moscow, in 2005, during the economic boom of the country, found in a survey that 31 per cent of those respondents felt that migrants play a catalytic role in upsurge of criminal activities in the country and even agreed to the question that migrants eat up the jobs of local population.…”
Section: Migration and ‘Societal Insecurity’mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has also been reported that the Kazakh–Russian border is emerging as a major flashpoint in this regard. As per an estimate, around 2 per cent of ethnic Central Asian immigrants are engaged in drug trafficking (Golunov 2007, 4; Olimov and Bosc 2003, 88). The head of Russia’s drug control service (FSKN) Viktor Ivanov even admitted that porous border between Russia and Central Asia is one of the major factors responsible for flow of Afghan drug to Russia.…”
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“…This danger prompted the official discourse of "we have no colonies". 15 Otherwise, calling the territories colonies meant implicitly admitting the existence of numerous non-Russians within Russia that were joined to the centre by an artificial bond (Danilevskii, 1991: 485 Russia is and has been seen as 'the other', traditionally excluded from any possibility of integration despite of playing an active role in the political changes of the continent (Golunov, 2013;Morozov, 2009;Medvedev, 1999).…”
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