How Internal Migration from Small Towns Works
How unemployment impacts political destabilization in Western and Eastern Europe
Europeans tend to be tolerant towards immigrants of their own ethnicity, but not always willing to live next to ethnic outsiders.
Most migrants coming to Russia change occupations, go without healthcare and spend their free time with their compatriots.
The wide popularity of ecovillages in Russia is little more than a myth. Most urban Russians who have considered living in the countryside have a dacha or cottage community in mind, rather than real farm and agricultural work.