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Les immigrés sud-caucasiens en fédération de Russie : des nouvelles minorités intermédiaires

Abstract : The mass migration following the collapse of the former Soviet Union led to the establishment in Russia of what are known as “diaspora”. For the Armenian, Azerbaijani and Georgian immigrant communities small store ownership was the most common path to economic integration and it raised hostilities among Russian society. In many ways they served as intermediaries between the elites and the masses, ever more so as anti-immigrant sentiment became focused on those of Central Asian origin. Unlike these latter, South Caucasians can count on the support of their homelands, the governments of which have developed emigration policies.
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Adeline Braux. Les immigrés sud-caucasiens en fédération de Russie : des nouvelles minorités intermédiaires. Centre de recherches internationales; Marie-Françoise Durand; Christian Lequesne. Ceriscope Frontières, Centre de recherches internationales; Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po, 2011. ⟨hal-03461584⟩

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