- Emigration, exile and waves of war refugees: these are among the most characteristic features of the twentieth century. The destiny of many men and women has been affected by wars, the psychosis of totalitarianism, the inequalities of the development of the world economy, poverty and the desire for a promised land. But is this really only the past? Most likely, not. In our contemporary world questions about the close of one kind of emigration and the rise of a wave of new emigration arise all the more often. Factors like the process of globalization, the unifying of Europe and more rapid modes of communication influence the process of migration today, and these too are undoubtedly important issues.
- In English, 300 pages
Format: 8 1/2x5 1/2 inches (21x14 cm), paperback.
- Vilnius, Lithuania