Changes in parliamentary immigration politics in France at the turn of the XX –XXI centuries

  • I. S. Slota
Keywords: France, integration, geopolitics, immigration policy


Article is devoted to contemporary immigration situation in France. The short analysis of parliamentary politics during the presidency of François Mitterrand, Jacques Chirac, Nikolas Sarkozy and the probable of François Hollande is made. Migration is a complex multistage process. In the era of globalization and scientific and technological progress deliberated migration policy is considered to be the key to the country success on international arena. As at the beginning of XIXth century, France remains one of the most popular countries for migrants. However, despite the undeniable experience of the Republic, its policy in this area is often perceived ambiguously.


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How to Cite
Slota , I. S. (2021). Changes in parliamentary immigration politics in France at the turn of the XX –XXI centuries. Zaporizhzhia Historical Review, 1(36), 286-291. Retrieved from