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LES MIGRATIONS INTERNATIONALES AU XXIe SIÈCLE: 
DES FACTEURS RÉCURRENTS OU NOUVEAUX ?

Abstract : The undeniable growth of international migration in the nineteenth century confirms the primatial place of the United States. It highlights the effects of the Soviet breakup and multiple factors. Bilateral migratory fields continue to unfold. But they are stimulated and supplemented by globalization of migration flows.]
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Gérard-François Dumont. LES MIGRATIONS INTERNATIONALES AU XXIe SIÈCLE: 
DES FACTEURS RÉCURRENTS OU NOUVEAUX ?. 2015. ⟨halshs-01198492⟩

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