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The Migration in the Post Cold War Period

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The emergence of the Cold War- one of the longest wars in the history of mankind changed the situation of the geopolitical history of the world. The erstwhile USSR or the Soviet Union broke into various other countries and there was mass immigration between the countries. After the completion of the Cold War, the migration of the human beings from one region to the other went on to become a chief political factor for the various countries and stringent laws were developed for restricting the mass immigration. The paper will deal with the changes in the scope of the migration post-Cold War and will see if there is anything new about the change.

(Manning, 2005: Pp 157-165). Migration has been important in the development of the human civilization of the modern world. It was in the prehistoric age that the people from the different parts of the world migrated to the fertile lands near the rivers and the seas. This was done to develop the means of the livelihood and civilizations developed along the rivers. These civilizations were the bases for the existence of the human civilization.

Therefore, migration can be said to have played a big part in the development of human civilization. The earliest known man lived in the continent of Africa on the banks of the Nile and Central Africa. The main livelihood of the natives was hunting. Four groups from the group leaving in the region went to the other parts of the continent. The group, which went to the northern part of Africa, crossed the continent and went toward Asia. However, the group died because of a natural calamity, which turned the area into the snow.

The area turned to desert and the people died of hunger. 85,000 years ago, another group of people from the region crossed the Red Sea and went towards the plains of Asia. The people of the Non-African origin is being borne out of them. They went to the continent of Asia and covered the plains of India. They were traveling down the shore of the Indian Ocean.

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