ASSESSMENT OF HOW MIGRATION PROMOTES DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS IN KENYA

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In this paper, the writer endeavors to institute the importance in movements of migrants and refugees to Kenya as a country in terms of promoting diplomatic relations between the societies and communities involved as well including the importance of positive relationship between countries by bearing in mind the influences tied by migrants and refugees moving from one place to the other or within the country for various reasons. This is, therefore, dependable with good relations directly affecting migrants’ lives in the host country but does not match with integration and with this, significance to diplomacy can be measured which entails: good relationships between home and host countries brings about significant well-being external factors for those who live away from home. The paper also examines research methods used to study diplomacy, by looking at the comparative analysis, different existing models, and  case  studies. The writer also  attempts to identify possible leads pointing out some of the identified weaknesses and the loopholes and evaluates attempts to conceptualize the existence of diplomacy in migration within Kenya as a case study.

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