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Is Population Change a Problem

Details: EBERSTADT: Okay. Well, like a two paragraph thumbnail of global population history since 1900, the world's population has more than quintupled since 1900 from let's say 1.5 billion to over 7.5

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Population and Environment Connections Council on

Details: The demands of a rapidly growing global population are increasingly straining supplies of food, energy, and water. The U.S. government and multilateral organizations should recognize the

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Population Growth’s Regional Variations Council on

Details: As the world’s population surpasses seven billion, CFR Senior Fellow for Global Health Yanzhong Huang identifies the variety of ways in which different global regions are impacted by population

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Japan’s Population Problem Council on Foreign Relations

Details: Japan’s 2020 census recorded a population decline of 800,000 people, a year later the percentage of its population under age 14 had fallen to its lowest level ever - just 11 percent. It’s a

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Aging, Youth Bulges, and Population Council on Foreign

Details: Aging, Youth Bulges, and Population. Nicholas Eberstadt discusses U.S. demographic exceptionalism and how demographic trends will drive policymaking in the 21st century. This meeting is the fifth

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Demographics of the U.S. Military Council on Foreign

Details: At that time, the active component of the military, excluding the coast guard, comprised 1.9 million men and women, or about 1 percent of the population. Now, there are about 1.3 million active

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The Changing Demographics of Global Health

Details: Population aging is the expected change in the median age of the population of a country due to factors such as declining fertility rates or rising life expectancies.

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India’s Muslims: An Increasingly Marginalized Population

Details: India’s Muslims: An Increasingly Marginalized Population. India’s Muslim communities have faced decades of discrimination, which experts say has worsened under the Hindu nationalist BJP’s

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China has about a quarter of the population of the world

Details: Europe’s population is growing relatively slowly, it is already quite wealthy and consumption as a share of Europe’s GDP is unlikely to rise …

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The 2020 Election by the Numbers Council on Foreign

Details: Voter turnout in 2020 was the highest in 120 years when measured as a percentage of the voting-eligible population: 66.7 percent. You have to go back all the way to 1900 to find a higher

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Population Aging in China: A Mixed Blessing Council on

Details: China is rapidly getting older. Three decades ago, only 5 percent of the population was over 65; today, 123 million people, or 9 percent of the population, are over this age. A report released by

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The 2020 Census: The Risks of Getting It Wrong Council

Details: At that time, 7 percent of the U.S. population, just short of that, was foreign born. That went down. And by 1970, which is the modern census that we’re improving on, that was under 5 percent

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Home to Over Half the Population, Nigeria's Cities

Details: At independence in 1960, Lagos had an estimated population of 763,000; today it is about 13 million. Together with Lagos state, the population reaches 21 million. While Lagos is by far the largest

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Nigeria's Vice President Speaks Plainly on Population and

Details: Nigeria's Vice President Speaks Plainly on Population and Food. Shoppers crowd at a market place in Lagos, Nigeria on October 24, 2020. Temilade Adelaja/Reuters. Nigeria's Vice President Yemi

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Why Does the Census Matter

Details: It also showed a population increase of 7.4 percent since the 2010 census, the second-lowest growth rate in U.S. history (behind only the 1930s). An aging population is largely the cause of the

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The Presidential Candidates on Africa’s Growing Population

Details: Rapid population growth in parts of Africa has the potential to exacerbate environmental and social stressors and has been seen to produce mass youth unemployment, impacting security and regional

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Child Marriage, Family Planning, Population, and

Details: Results for annual rates of population growth are of a similar order of magnitude in many countries: In Niger, for example, the population growth rate would be reduced from 3.9 percent to 3.5

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Africa at the Center of Twenty-First-Century Demographic

Details: Nowhere is the African demographic boom more obvious than in Nigeria, where the current population of 219 million, according to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) World Factbook most

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The Internet by the Numbers World101

Details: In thirty countries, less than 20 percent of the population uses the internet. , 88 percent of the U.S. population uses the internet, and four countries have 100 percent internet access: Bahrain, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, and Qatar. In some countries, it can be hard to even turn on the lights, let alone log on to the internet.

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WORKING PAPER Population and Environment Connections

Details: and population growth, it is necessary to recognize environmental resources as fundamentally interlinked. 19 Viewing environmental conditions through a …

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Water Stress: A Global Problem That’s Getting Worse

Details: Water Stress Is a Global Challenge. Darker shaded areas have more physical water stress; but myriad factors, including infrastructure, governance, and population, all contribute to water

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Where African Immigrants live in New York City Council

Details: New York City, with a population of 8,405,837 (2013 U.S. Census) is by far the largest city in the United States. It is growing at about 2 percent a year, with a surplus of births over deaths and

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China’s Fight Against Climate Change and Environmental

Details: China is home to about 20 percent of the world’s population but only 7 percent of its freshwater sources. Overuse has led to severe shortages, and industry along China’s major water sources

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Sub-Saharan Africa People and Society

Details: Sub-Saharan Africa is already one of the world’s most populous places. But what really sets the region apart is how fast its population is growing and how young it is: between 1950 and 2010, the region’s population grew from 186 million to 856 million, 43 percent of whom are people under the age of fourteen.

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The U.S. Aging Population as an Economic Growth Driver for

Details: Joseph Coughlin and Kelly Michel discuss how a healthy and active aging population can contribute to economic growth, and the public policy reform, new business strategies, and profound shifts in

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What is Happening to the Uyghurs in Xinjiang

Details: New population control policies aimed at diluting the size and concentration of the indigenous population, particularly in southern Xinjiang. This …

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What Is Canada’s Immigration Policy

Details: The United States, with a population nearly nine times larger, accepted 577,000 permanent residents that year. The greatest share of new Canadian permanent residents came from India, and many were

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Migration Today World101

Details: In 1990, migrants represented 2.88 percent of the global population. Since 2005, the number of international migrants has shot up. In 2000, that percentage fell slightly to 2.82 percent, but in 2019, it rose again to 3.54 percent. While the difference is only about half a percentage point, the global population has exploded during that time.

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Time for China to Abandon Its Population Control Policy

Details: A rapidly aging population (thirteen percent of the population is over 60, the retirement age for men in China) makes elderly care a major concern in a country where the social security system is

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China’s Belt and Road

Details: Independent Task Force Report No. 79 China’s Belt and Road Implications for the United States Jacob J. Lew and Gary Roughead, Chairs Jennifer Hillman and David Sacks, Project Directors

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Iran’s Ethnic Groups Council on Foreign Relations

Details: Iran’s Sunni population, which includes Kurds and Baluchis, complain there is not a single Sunni mosque in the country (the authorities reportedly blocked one from recently being built in Tehran

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Nigeria Faces a Crippling Population Boom

Details: Nigeria's rapid population growth, especially in urban areas, poses difficult economic, social, and public health challenges. A huge, rapidly growing population is not necessarily a source of

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Where Do Venezuelan Migrants Go

Details: More than three million Venezuelan refugees and migrants have fled poverty, hunger, violence, and persecution in recent years, journeying throughout the Americas and Southern Europe.

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South and Central Asia People and Society

Details: South Asia is an immensely diverse and densely populated region. It is home to one-quarter of the world’s population spread over just 7 percent of the world’s landmass. India and Pakistan account for 86 percent of the region’s total population and, along with Bangladesh, rank among the world’s ten largest countries by population

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The Conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray Region: What to Know

Details: A path forward will require international cooperation, careful diplomacy, and an inclusive political process that restores confidence among the country’s diverse population.

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East Asia and the Pacific People and Society

Details: East Asia and the Pacific is the world’s largest region, accounting for nearly one-third of the global population. With 1.4 billion people, China is the world’s most populous country and has more people than every other country in the region combined. The region’s countries are religiously diverse, with large numbers of Buddhists in Japan and Southeast Asia and the world’s largest

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How to Think About Africa’s “Rising Middle Class” Amid

Details: Conventional wisdom is that Africa's rising middle class is the engine for economic and social development. However, on a continent of …

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Global Conflict Tracker

Details: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, primarily as a conflict over territory. Learn about the origins of this conflict and track the latest developments

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Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar Global Conflict Tracker

Details: Estimated total Burmese Rohingya population. Source. 733,343. Estimated number of people who fled Myanmar into Bangladesh since August 2017. Source. 128,500. Estimated number of …

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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Global Conflict Tracker

Details: Percent of population ethnically Armenian. Source. Recent Developments. The risk of military conflict is escalating in Nagorno-Karabakh, the border region claimed by both Armenia and Azerbaijan

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