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Challenging the Central Asian Migrant Myth: Separation and Radicalization
April 06, 2017
Challenging the Central Asian Migrant Myth: Separation and Radicalization
Sergey Abashin, a noted migration scholar, challenged the usual Muslim migrant worker story at a recent talk.
Challenging the Central Asian Migrant Myth: Separation and Radicalization
A Glimpse Into Moscow’s Little Kyrgyzstan
March 24, 2017
A Glimpse Into Moscow’s Little Kyrgyzstan
Seasons of migration to the north: stories of Central Asian migrant workers in Russia.
A Glimpse Into Moscow’s Little Kyrgyzstan
14 Kyrgyz Die in Moscow Warehouse Fire
August 30, 2016
14 Kyrgyz Die in Moscow Warehouse Fire
A day of mourning in Bishkek sadly won't change working conditions in Moscow.
14 Kyrgyz Die in Moscow Warehouse Fire
Migrants Unwelcome: Siberian Region Bans Foreign Workers From Key Jobs
August 17, 2016
Migrants Unwelcome: Siberian Region Bans Foreign Workers From Key Jobs
Meanwhile, fewer Tajiks are traveling to Russia looking for work, already.
Migrants Unwelcome: Siberian Region Bans Foreign Workers From Key Jobs
Tajikistan: The Eurasian Economic Union’s Next Member?
July 19, 2016
Tajikistan: The Eurasian Economic Union’s Next Member?
Long rumored and rumored still, Dushanbe is reportedly exploring joining the EEU.
Tajikistan: The Eurasian Economic Union’s Next Member?
Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
July 01, 2016
Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
Turkish authorities have identified the three attackers as citizens of Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Uzbekistan.
Here Come the Stereotypes: Central Asians Implicated in Istanbul Attack
What Caused a 200-Man Fight in a Moscow Cemetery?
May 17, 2016
What Caused a 200-Man Fight in a Moscow Cemetery?
The incident will do little to improve the public perception of Central Asian migrant workers in Russia.
What Caused a 200-Man Fight in a Moscow Cemetery?
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