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- DescriptionRemarkably, most conventional wisdom about the shifting balance of world power virtually igres one of the most fundamental components of power: population. The studies that do consider international security and demographic trends almost unanimously focus on population growth as a liability. In contrast, the distinguished contributors to this volume - security experts from the Naval War College, the American Enterprise Institute, and other think tanks - contend that demographic decline in key world powers w poses a profound challenge to global stability. The countries at greatest risk are in the developed world, where birthrates are falling and populations are aging. Many have already lost significant human capital, capital that would have helped them invate and fuel their ecomy, man their armed forces, and secure a place at the table of world power. By examining the effects of diverging population trends between the United States and Europe and the effects of rapid population aging in Japan, India, and China, this book uncovers increasing tensions within the transatlantic alliance and destabilizing trends in Asian security. Thus, it argues, relative demographic decline may well make the world less, and t more, secure.
- Author BiographySusan Yoshinara is director of the International Organizations Research Group and vice president for research at the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute. She is the author of Waging War to Make Peace: U.S. Intervention in Global Conflicts (Praeger Security International, 2010) and her work has appeared in numerous periodicals. She received her PhD in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. She lives in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Douglas A. Sylva is a senior fellow at the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute. He has also served on various Holy See delegations at the United Nations. He is a widely published writer; his writings have appeared in such publications as the New York Times, the Washington Times, the Weekly Standard, and National Review. He holds a PhD in political science from Columbia University and lives in Summit, New Jersey.
- Author(s)Douglas A. Sylva,Susan Yoshihara
- PublisherPotomac Books Inc
- Date of Publication15/03/2012
- SubjectInternational Relations
- Place of PublicationDulles
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPotomac Books Inc
- Content Notenotes; bibliography; index
- Weight522 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine28 mm
- Foreword byNicholas Eberstadt
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