OVERPOPULATION AND ROBOTIZATION – WHAT DOES THE 21ST CENTURY HOLD FOR HUMANITY?
What can we expect from the future? How does Japan tackle aging with the help of robotics? What is the cause of the explosive population growth in Africa? Experts discussed the demographic processes of the 21st century at a joint conference of the Migration Research Institute and the Climate Policy Institute. A report by our […]
THE MIGRATIONS POLICY OF THE NEW ITALIAN GOVERNMENT
Our researcher, Mark Vargha said on M1 TV that the tension deriving from the attitude towards migration is embedded in the Italian government and it is only a matter of time before it explodes. For the time being, it is more important for the parties to influence the allocation of EU recovery funds and therefore […]
MACRON’S FIGHT AGAINST RADICAL ISLAM IS ALSO AN ATTACK ON THE FAR LEFT
The French president would counteract religious radicalism by legislation, however, the far left is strongly against it. In France, Marxism and Islamic extremism have formed an alliance. Our researcher, Kristóf György Veres answered the questions of Mandiner weekly.
JIHAD IS RAGING IN THE HEART OF AFRICA
Explosions, massacres and kidnappings: terrorist attacks are on the rise in Nigeria. The federal government of this fragmented country with 200 million inhabitants is unable to curb Boko Haram. An article by our researcher, Klaudia Tóth in Mandiner weekly.
THE EUROPEAN DEPORTATION SYSTEM DOES NOT FUNCTION SUFFICIENTLY
Viktor Marsai, research director of the Migration Research Institute, pointed out on Kossuth Radio that the European deportation system will not function properly without applying pressure on the countries of origin. Our researcher, Sayfo Omar also took part in the conversation.
EMMANUEL MACRON’S FIGHT AGAINST “ISLAMIC SEPARATISM”
The French president attempts to do what his predecessors failed to accomplish: namely to bring the religious practice of the Muslim population under state control, said our researcher, Omar Sayfo on Kossuth Radio.
THE ACCESSION OF THE WESTERN BALKANS TO THE EU IS ALSO A PRIORITY FROM A MIGRATION PERSPECTIVE
It is in the European Union’s strategic interest that the countries of the Western Balkans become members of the integration as soon as possible. Montenegro and Serbia may have the opportunity to be the first ones, said Szabolcs Janik, deputy director of the Migration Research Institute on M1 TV. The conversation can be viewed from […]
SICILIAN LEGISLATIVE ATTEMPT TO REDUCE MIGRATION
Our researcher, Márk Vargha said on M1 TV that migration policy is just one of the fault lines between the parties constituting the Italian Unity Government. Prime Minister Mario Draghi regards compulsory distribution as a solution and has also left the interior minister of the second Conte government in his position.
ARAB GULF STATES ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY INFLUENTIAL IN THE HORN OF AFRICA
Our research director, Viktor Marsai co-published a scientific article with Máté Szalai in the Journal of Borderlands Studies. The study examines the process by which Arab Gulf States have gained increasing influence in the Horn of Africa in recent years, and how conflicts between Arab countries affect the dynamics of the Somali crisis.
WHAT WILL BIDEN DO WITH THE MEXICAN BORDER?
According to an Ipsos survey from last November, 67% of Americans mean that the borders should be closed until the corona virus pandemic subsides, however, President Biden’s immigration policy could indeed encourage thousands of Central Americans to leave their country, said our researcher, Klaudia Tóth on Hit Radio.
THE BODY OF THE BEHEADED ARCHEOLOGISTS HAS BEEN FOUND BY THE AUTHORITIES
Soldiers of the Islamic State had blown up every monument in Palmyra which reminded them that the area, before the advent of Islam, was ruled by a high, but in their opinion idolatrous civilization, usually this extreme attitude motivated the destructions. The demolition of monuments by ISIS in Syria and Iraq has caused immeasurable damage, […]
EVERY FOURTH RESIDENT HAS MIGRATION BACKGROUND IN AUSTRIA
Viktor Marsai, research director of the Migration Research Institute told M1 TV that the integration of the communities which arrived with the 2015-16 migration wave to Austria will be very challenging due to their lack of language skills and relatively low level of education.
THE NEW EGYPTIAN ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL SERVES SYMBOLIC AND ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES
Our research director, Viktor Marsai spoke about the Egyptian government’s mega-project, the New Administrative Capital, on Kossuth Radio. He told that the investment serves both symbolic and economic objectives.
NATURAL GAS AND JIHAD — MOZAMBIQUE IS PLAGUED BY ISLAMIC TERRORISM
The country was once afflicted by a bloody civil war, then the exploration of a vast natural gas field gave hope for a brighter future; but now newly nestled, Christian-exterminating jihadists are tormenting the already much-suffered Mozambique. The country’s Marxist leadership is trying too late to take action against Islamists who are beginning to threaten […]
1.2 BILLION PEOPLE COULD BE DISPLACED BY 2050
Klaudia Tóth, researcher of the Migration Research Institute, told M1 TV that according to the latest report of the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP), around 1.2 billion people could leave their homes by 2050 due to various social, economic and environmental challenges. The conversation starts at 07:00.
NEGATIVE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF IMMIGRATION HAVE LED TO A PRO-TIGHTENING STANCE IN DENMARK
The negative consequences of decades of mass immigration have led to a social and political consensus in recent years in favor of tightening Danish migration policy, said Szabolcs Janik, deputy director of the Migration Research Institute, on Kossuth Radio.
NEW MASSES OF PEOPLE CAN LEAVE CENTRAL AMERICA FOR THE UNITED STATES
Joe Biden wants to grant U.S. citizenship to about 11 million people who have either entered the United States illegally or are still in the country after their visas have expired. The president’s more liberal immigration policy could be attractive to Latin Americans, therefore new masses of people could leave for example Honduras, Guatemala or […]
OBLITERATED VILLAGES INDICATE: THE SAHEL REGION IS THE NEW FOCAL POINT OF TERROR
In an interview with the Magyar Nemzet, Viktor Marsai, the research director of the Migration Research Institute, emphasized that certain “innovations” of terrorism are often imported from Africa. Such practices for example when a terrorist organization controls territories, operates an administration there, levies taxes, did not start with the Islamic State, Boko Haram or al-Shabaab […]
LEGAL ATOMIC BOMB EXPLODED IN DENMARK
Our researcher, Emese Kovács told the Magyar Hírlap regarding the impeachment proceeding against the former Minister of Immigration and Integration, Inger Støjberg that although the case has a legal basis, it is in fact a political cleansing. The current president of Venstre, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, who has the next election in mind, has himself initiated the […]
OECD COUNTRIES ARE IN A MIGRATION TRAP
Janik Szabolcs, the deputy director of the Migration Research Institute, told Karc FM radio that OECD countries received more than five million migrants last year, but in the first half of 2020 the number of residence permits issued almost halved, leaving many positions unfilled.
MIGRATION ROUTES MOVED TOWARDS THE WEST IN 2020
Our researcher, Márk Vargha comprehensively evaluated at Karc FM radio the European migration processes of the past year, the events that took place on the four main routes, and also covered legislative and juridical curiosities.
CRISIS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: ONE OF THE CAUSES IS THE DESIRE FOR THE EUROPEAN LIFESTYLE
Our researcher, Márk Vargha, accompanied by József Horváth, was the guest of Kossuth Radio, where he said that the cause of migration from West Africa to the Canary Islands — besides the declining fish catches and the economic crisis generated by the COVID situation — is the illusion about the European way of life, which […]
POVERTY, GHETTOS AND CRIME IN SCANDINAVIA
Our researcher, Emese Kovács said on M1 TV that the experiences of the last 30 years show that immigrants from developing countries are very difficult to integrate into the European labor market due to their low qualifications. Taking the Scandinavian countries as an example, we can see how failed integration of immigrants has resulted in […]
WHAT DO EUROPEANS THINK ABOUT MIGRATION TODAY?
The issue of migration was a separate topic in a large-scale survey called the “Europe Project”, which was conducted by the Századvég Foundation. The study surveyed 30,000 European citizens from 30 countries (covering all EU Member States). The results could be interesting and useful for everyone, wrote Janik Szabolcs, the deputy director of the Migration […]