How do you get a lot of Russians to settle in the southern parts of the Russian Empire?

Jan 2014
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Rus
Also, I eagerly look forward to reading your future post about Russian settlement in the Caucasus. :)
Thank you for interest.
I am short of time now. And i know this theme much worse than about Russians in Middle Asia. Would write some later.
 
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Futurist

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May 2014
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Would you be happy if some indian tribe would return from Mexica and would take half of land of you community?
We already have a lot of Mexicans in the US and their numbers are probably still growing. They're mostly not in favor of things such as secession but instead aim to build a new life here in the US.
 
Jan 2014
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We already have a lot of Mexicans in the US and their numbers are probably still growing. They're mostly not in favor of things such as secession but instead aim to build a new life here in the US.
Because they obey to laws of USA. Conditions in Russia are more knotty.

And USA government is not presenting lands to Mexican migrants. They must to work and buy it himself.
 
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Futurist

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May 2014
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Because they obey to laws of USA. Conditions in Russia are more knotty.
How so?

And USA government is not presenting lands to Mexican migrants. They must to work and buy it himself.
I wasn't actually talking about Russia presenting lands to the Circassians, though. Rather, they would immigrate and then have to work and buy land themselves just like Mexicans in the US have to.
 
Jan 2014
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This is large theme. Lets read about legal status of modern Chechnya. In reality it is another state inside Russia state. They even have their own army (only with other name). This is most convex example, but many others...for example: there is law in Russia that nobody can sell alcohol after 10pm. But all small shops (which are predominately in possession of Caucasians) sell it. And situation very different in different regions. But Moscow's laws are more weak in south aspecially caucasian regions.

So new village of repatriated Chercasians in Adygea would predominately live by their own laws, but not by Russia's.
 
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Futurist

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May 2014
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This is large theme. Lets read about legal status of modern Chechnya. In reality it is another state inside Russia state. They even have their own army (only with other name). This is most convex example, but many others...for example: there is law in Russia that nobody can sell alcohol after 10pm. But all small shops (which are predominately in possession of Caucasians) sell it. And situation very different in different regions. But Moscow's laws are more weak in south aspecially caucasian regions.

So new village of repatriated Chercasians in Adygea would predominately live by their own laws, but not by Russia's.
That's an argument against granting Chechnya autonomy, no? (Or, alternatively, in favor of granting Chechnya independence.)
 
Jan 2014
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I wasn't actually talking about Russia presenting lands to the Circassians, though. Rather, they would immigrate and then have to work and buy land themselves just like Mexicans in the US have to.
They can do it now. Many millions of migrants arrived and settled in Russia in recent years. But government created programs of centralized settlement of people of Chercassian descent. (Very similar to politics of Tsar's government which purposefully settled Russians to other folks. But now is vice versa other nations are settling purposefully)
 

sculptingman

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Oct 2009
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Something more realistic, please!
Just publicize the fact that its a LOT warmer in the south. Create a few vacation resorts in the warmer climes...
Or do what california did- start televising a Rose Parade in the middle of January from a place where folks are walking around in shirtsleeves...

most folks have to SEE a better climate to really believe in such a thing.
 
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Futurist

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Thats argument why people afraid when government are creating some ethnic enclaves near them.
We do have a lot of ethnic enclaves here in the US, though. For instance, in cities--where informal urban segregation is often widespread. Here is a racial dot map of Detroit, for instance: