Situation and Effects of International Migration in Samut Sakhon Related to the National Security

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Vorrachai Sorrararittichingchai
Sumit Suwan
Panithan Cheon-Aksorn


This article aims to inform a situation of international migration and learn about the relation between any effects resulting from international migration in SamutSakhon province and the national security. Although there are many researches which inform the effects of international migrant influx, research has rarely examined how these certain effects have influenced on the national security. The study indicates that international migration truly contributes any problems to the areas of settlement such as repeated occurrence of contagious disease, increasing fertility rate, increasing population density, criminal, drug and population pressure. These problems absolutely impact on the wealthy, safety and sustainable life of native residents including the reduction of environment and natural resources. It is basic that the state pays a lot of consideration in both great administration and human rights. To diminish the effect and make a decent situation to have the capacity to live respectively cheerfully.  

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