The paper was prepared for a conference on the impact of international migration on the security and stability of states, which was organised by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, December 1991. The analysis focuses on the consequences of migration on receiving states and societies in Southeast Asia, identifying distinct trends in various historical periods.
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