"Ageing" of nations and destabilize ethnic relations

Among the factors that could destabilize ethnic relations is the process of aging of individual ethnic groups, in particular from Western Europe. The progressive aging of recent needs no special evidence. This is mainly due to the declining birth rate and increasing life expectancy. (Particularly unfavourable situation in Germany, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Italy, where the fertility rate is minimal, which threatens to reduce the population of these countries through 50 years by about half.)
In the minds of many residents of Western Europe today live in fear of the prospect of fading, absorption of alien ethnic groups. Most, of course, as gipoteticno, but in the context of current demographic changes in Europe more than ever the relevance of issues related to international migration and labour. Another source of tension in international relations — refugees and emigrants.
The depopulation of Europe migratory contingents of last population has a much higher birth rate, have made significant changes in its national structure. For example, in families originating from India living in England, the number of children in more than 2 times higher than that of the indigenous population. This means that the proportion of children of migrants born in European countries, is significantly higher than the proportion in the population of the host countries. Of particular concern are mixed marriages and related issues of citizenship.
It is associated with the observed natural outbreaks of hatred for the "color" of displaced persons, the rate of assimilation that have not kept pace with growing immigration waves. It is a matter first of all of these etnomenyninstvah, as Arabs, Turks, Guyanese, natives of Africa and the Caribbean. The media often write about conflict situations between the nationalist-minded young people from GERMANY, the UK and other Western European States and "coloured" immigrants, which confirms the thesis of the closest connection of modern demographic situation in Europe with destabilization of inter-ethnic relations.
Some tension due to depopulacionnymi processes, was also felt in some countries of Eastern Europe: Hungary, Bulgaria, etc. Natural decline of the population of Russia would lead to its "aging", and this, in turn, will make the elements of tension on the labour market. Today the backbone of labour collectives in many enterprises is formed from representatives of the "distant ethnic groups".
"Aging" of European Nations is no exception. New world record for the fastest aging nation establishes Japan. Of course, the existing strong legislation on migration here does not threaten Japan destabilize ethnic relations. However, there may be a problem on the immigration of labour, and then the problem of inter-ethnic relations will be forthcoming.