Published in journal "National Security / nota bene", 2013-3 in rubric "External threats and countermeasures", pages 511-515.
Resume: The article presents a criminological description of crime committed by foreign migrants and distribution of such crime rate in regions in particular. At the present time migration is one of the most important indicators of ethnopolitical and socio-economic processes in a society and state. In the world growth of migration is believed to be caused by global economic processes. In Russia migration also refers to the economic situation in Russia and neighboring counties. However, it is due not to the processes of economic globalization, modernization, innovation – based development, and etc. but to the gaps created when the country is transferred from the extensive economy towards intensive economy. Mass migration of unskilled workers allows us to stay ‘on top’ of commodity economy. The threat for national security is mostly caused by the crime committed by illegal migrants. We should not forget about how dangerous illegal migrant’s crime can be for our society. Illegal migrants make up to 90 % of the total crime rate among foreigners. Even though criminal activity of foreigners does not exceed the criminal activity of the Russian Federation citizens, there is still a number of other important features that demonstrate a serious danger to the society.
Keywords: law studies, crime by foreign migrants, distribution of crime by regions, different crime rates in regions, inf luence of diasporas on crime rate, indicating crime, regional distribution, reasons, serious crime, illegal migration.
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