By Clayton S White; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Division of Biology and Medicine.; et al
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On the other hand, the drawn-out conflicts around earlier incorporations suggest that European states and their Muslims have a long, difficult road to travel. In a similar vein, Jacqueline Andall uses a case study of the Ghanaian diaspora to emphasize the transnational, often itinerant, nature of many migrant populations in Europe. The social integration of many immigrants is not simply a question of assimilating or compromising with an established permanent enclave in each European country. A substantial proportion of today’s European immigrants do not just migrate to one preferred destination and settle.
Both Britain and France (and other European countries) display the opposite dynamics, with some national variation: discourse on national identity calls attention to immigrants’ What’s unique about immigration in Europe? 25 race and culture, and electoral geography has provided incentives for more anti-immigration mobilization. Adam Luedtke tells a more institutional story of how the supranational institutions of the EU have haltingly gained influence over immigration issues. The salience and conflictive nature of immigration debates in Europe since the 1980s has only exacerbated national government reluctance to delegate powers in this area to Brussels.
Population increase in the rest of the world, and in particular in the less-developed regions was, however, much faster. Thus, by 2005, Europe’s population share in the global total was halved. 46 billion. Inevitably, Europe’s demographic marginalization will continue in the decades to come. This is the consequence of the time lag between the decline of fertility in Europe and that decline in the rest of the world. Fertility decline is the main driving force in the demographic transition. 1 children per woman.
Comparative nuclear effects of biomedical interest by Clayton S White; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Division of Biology and Medicine.; et al