Contemporary International Relations Disturbance: Excessive Migration

AuthorAura-Raluca Adamache, Andrei Tiberiu Stoica
The Youth of Today - The Generation of the Global Development
Contemporary International Relations Disturbance:
Excessive Migration
Adamache Aura-Raluca1, Stoica Andrei Tiberiu2
Abstract: Debating a new perspective about the immigrants’ situation. It is very important because the last
actions that took place after the excessive migration left a mark on everyone’s perception about migration.
Our paper is based on researches showing how the EU is struggling on handling the excessive migration, and
on the other side, on the p roblems that caused the migration in the first place. To capture the
practical/research evidence we approached methods like surveys and observation. The empirical studies,
evidence and experiences presented resulted in a social and political presentation about the immigrants. The
study involved research in the cases of excessive migration in the contemporary period and a short analyze of
the latest acts of terrorism that took advantage of the new-li fe seekers. The studies and researches presented
here have a very trustful source and helped us is our way of understanding the causes and the problems that
occurred from the excessive migration and the disturbance of the international relations.
Keywords: immigrants; randomized trial; European states; Islamic state
1. Excessive Migration
1.1. Excessive Migration: Beginning and Contemporaneousness
For at least 10 to 20 years migration started to take a different turn from the population growth of their
new home country and the economical rise to something darker that anyone could ever imagine. But,
is it really migration’s fault? Or excessive migration is just used by others to come illegally to a bigger
country with the idea to creat panic?
First of all, we should ask ourselves a few questions:
What are the causes of excessive migration?
Do we have anything to fear about when meeting an immigrant?
Are the stereotypes a barrier between us and the ones who seek a new home here, on our countries, our
How many should we take? Should we take everyone or should it exist a limit?
1Student, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati 800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102,
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2Student, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati 800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102,

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