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  title={Interested in publishing with us ? Contact book},
  author={Soen Eng Yap and Babill Stray-Pedersen},
  year={2012}
}
Migration is not a new phenomenon, it has become an integral and inevitable part of global and economic development. Better communication and easier and faster transport system increases both voluntary and forced migration. The United States, Canada, and Australia were built on migration, and most European countries were saved by being able to send millions of people to other places when confronted with massive agricultural, political, or economic crises. Illness and death rates associated with… CONTINUE READING

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