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Demography and National Security

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POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, Population & demography, Political Science, International Relations - Arms Control, Politics / Current Events, History, Politics/International Relations, Modern - 20th Century, Politics - Current Events, Demography, Political Freedom & Security - International Secur, Emigration & Immigr
ContributionsMyron Weiner (Editor), Sharon Stanton Russell (Editor)
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ISBN 10157181339X
ISBN 139781571813398

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She explores both the direct and indirect links between demography and national security through historical examples and contemporary case studies.

“The world’s population is changing in ways that are historically unprecedented,” said Jack Goldstone, George Mason University professor and co-editor of the new book, Political Demography: How Population Changes Are Reshaping International Security and National Politics.

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‘Demography, Migration and Security in the Middle East’. In The Middle East in Global Change edited by Laura Guazzone, 95– London: Macmillan. Choucri, Nazli and Robert C. North. ‘Population and (In)security: National Perspectives and Global Imperatives’. The field of political demography - the politics of population change - is dramatically underrepresented in political science.

At a time when demographic changes - aging in the rich world, youth bulges in the developing world, ethnic and religious shifts, migration, and urbanization - are waxing as never before, this neglect is especially glaring and starkly contrasts with the enormous.

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DEMOGRAPHY AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN NIGER REPUBLIC: ISSUES AND PROSPECTS INTRODUCTION 1. The ultimate aim of governments worldwide is to achieve sustainable improvement in the quality of life and well-being of the citizens.

"The whole world is aging, and the developed countries are leading the way," said Neil Howe of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) at a JanuWilson Center discussion of his latest report, The Graying of the Great Powers: Demography and Geopolitics in the 21st aphy is as close as social science comes to predicting the future, Howe explained.

Monica Duffy Toft is an American international relations scholar. Her research interests include international security and strategy, ethnic and religious violence, civil wars, and the relationship between demography and national her researches, her theory of indivisible territory explains how certain conflicts turn violent while others not, and when it is likely for a conflict.

Demography: historical perspective Demography is the study of human population dynamics. Achille Guillard first used the title on his book: "Elements de Statistique Humaine ou Demographie Comparee".

Two Greek roots: demos (people) graphy (branch of knowledge regarding a particular science in this case, human populations). Part IV Demography and National Politics Racial Demographics and the Presidential Election in the United States Demography and Immigration Restriction in American History The Changing Face of Europe "Go Forth and Multiply": The Politics of Religious Demography Part V Demography in Ethnic and Religious Conflicts Price: $ "Demography and National Security" workshop held in Paris in November at the initiative of RAND's Population Matters project.

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The workshop brought together senior representatives from the. Why PoPulation Matters to Security the State of Human Security Of all forms of political violence, the greatest toll comes from civil conflicts.

Low-level civil conflicts—those involving a country’s government but resulting in fewer than 1, annual deaths—have increased in the last 60 years.2 leave individuals more susceptible. It is not so much a question of how population growth threatens world security, so much as of how fertility differentials between rich and poor countries will threaten the developed world, by producing resource scarcities and irresistible migration pressures.

The fastest-growing Third World areas are those least likely to share Western values, and could produce "a fractious, contentious and Cited by:   Demography is destiny, and the decline in the world’s labor force is a crucial reason for pessimism about the global economy. Governments can offer incentives to boost fertility rates, but that won’t be enough—so the world should brace itself for slower growth and fewer economic standouts in the decades to by: 1.