The Impact of Migration Processes on the National Security System of Russia


  • Marina V. Vinogradova
  • Оlga S. Kulyaminа
  • Victoriy А. Koroleva
  • Anna A. Larionova


The aim of this research is the rationale for the formation of complex parameters, criteria and indicators reflecting the relationship between migration, socio-economic processes and the national security. The subject of study is the nature of the impact of migration on the national security system and their interaction with social and economic development of the state. The research methods used are abstraction techniques and comparative analysis, method of data analysis and systematization, structural-descriptive method. The result of this study is a new approach to the construction of the evaluation system of migration processes and their influence on the national security, which can be used in the development of strategic documents in the field of migration, socio-economic development, and the national security. The authors emphasized the need for a more detailed approach to the impact of migration on the various elements of national security. In addition, the discrepancy of the assessment tools used with the objectives of the national security and migration policy are defined. The indicators can only be used to examine the status and possible developments of the situation, however, cannot be used to assess the occurrence of possible threats and negative calls when changing migration situation and the influence of various external and internal factors. The authors plan to further develop the investigated problems in the development and validation of specific parameters, criteria and indicators for inclusion in the proposed complex.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s5p161


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Vinogradova, M. V., Kulyaminа О. S., Koroleva V. А., & Larionova, A. A. (2015). The Impact of Migration Processes on the National Security System of Russia. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3 S5), 161. Retrieved from

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