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South America

South America has experienced various phases of immigration from Europe since its discovery at the end of the 15th century. At the same time, many South Americans have migrated to the USA and European states since the 20th century. Due to the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, intra-regional migratory movements are currently increasing.

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The Venezuelan Emigration Crisis

Millions of Venezuelans have left their country of origin in the past years. How can this be explained, and how do other South American countries receive these migrants? An overview.

Luisa Feline Freier, Soledad Castillo Jara

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Argentina

Immigration has a long tradition in Argentina. In the years of the great transatlantic migrations Argentina developed into one of the most important immigration destinations in the New World, second…

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Brazil

Brazil, the fifth biggest country in the world in terms of area and population, is primarily known in Europe as an attractive holiday destination and former immigration country. Between the first…