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Population, Climate, and Conflict: New Data Point to

Details: The Population Reference Bureau (PRB) recently released its 2021 World Population Data Sheet and its data on fertility and contraceptive needs indicate that issues with economic development, instability, governance, and climate change vulnerability will persist for a handful of key countries high on the U.S. national security agenda. As political will to tackle climate change

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Revolution 1: Population Center for Strategic and

Details: What effects will population growth/decline, aging, migration and urbanization have on our future world? Over the next 20 years, the vast majority of the world’s population growth will occur in the developing world, in nations least capable of supporting this growth politically, environmentally, or economically. The developed world will face its own set of challenges,

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The Geopolitics of World Population Change Center for

Details: Wednesday, July 11, the United Nations’ annual World Population Day, is a time to reflect on the past, present, and future state of the world’s population. Much attention will no doubt be given to the dangers associated with runaway population growth, from environmental degradation to unrelenting cycles of poverty. Amidst these worries, it is important to take note that the

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Urbanization, Opportunity, and Development Center for

Details: Urban population growth is a demographic fact, but its ultimate impact—either to spur development or contribute to economic disorder and social unrest—is yet to be determined. With capable leaders at the helm of well-governed cities, urbanization can be harnessed to raise productivity, efficiency, and the global standard of living.

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Population, Female (% of total) ChinaPower Project

Details: Population, Female (% of total) Topic: Social Source: World Bank Link Download. ChinaPower provides an in-depth understanding of the evolving nature of Chinese power relative to other countries. The project examines five interrelated categories of Chinese power: military, economics, technology, social, and international image. Through objective

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Population Density by Province ChinaPower Project

Details: Population Density by Province. ChinaPower provides an in-depth understanding of the evolving nature of Chinese power relative to other countries. The project examines five interrelated categories of Chinese power: military, economics, technology, social, and international image. Through objective analysis and data visualization, ChinaPower

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The Aging of China Center for Strategic and

Details: A4: The aging of China’s population is a dangerous speed bump, but it need not result in a crash. In any case, the period of peak danger lies over the horizon in the 2020s. By then, China will already have overtaken the United States as the world’s largest economy. In fact, our latest projections show that the transition will happen in 2017

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Challenges to the Rohingya Population in Malaysia …

Details: Challenges to the Rohingya Population in Malaysia. July 10, 2020. By Christine H. Kim. From political turmoil to the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysia has had a particularly troubling 2020. As of now, Malaysia has handled the novel coronavirus relatively well, but the Rohingya population in the county has suffered as collateral damage.

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Demography Strikes Again Center for Strategic and

Details: The total U.S. population is expected to increase from 326 million (2017) to 404 million (2060). By 2035, for the first time, more people will be over the age of 65 (78 million or 21.3 percent) than under 18 (76.7 million or 20.9 percent). The United States has so far avoided the negative impacts of an aging population, mostly thanks to

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Surprises from China’s Latest Census Center for

Details: 2. China is a highly urban country centered around industry and services. The census reports an urban population of 901.99 million people, or 63.9% of the population, up from 49.7% in 2010. This means China has long since passed the time when it was primarily a rural society. But these figures don’t do justice to the transformation.

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South Korea's Demographic Troubles Center for Strategic

Details: South Korea’s birth rate dropped to a record low of 0.98 in 2018, Statistics Korea said on February 27. The news was expected, signaled just a month earlier by the group Moon created to deal with the problem, the Presidential Committee on Aging Society and Population Policy. Photo credit: ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images.

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No, a Three-Child Policy Alone Will Not Save China from an

Details: Meanwhile, the population of three less-developed northeastern provinces – Heilongjiang, Jilin, and Liaoning – decreased by 11 million. These population changes have corresponded with similar shifts in economic activity. The gross domestic product (GDP) of Guangdong, Zhejiang, and Jiangsu has more than doubled since 2010.

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UN Health and Labor Organizations Rank North Korea Worst

Details: The working-age population standard is set as age 15 and above. This makes comparisons for countries with a large growing young population more accurate and appropriate. Work-Related Death Estimates for North Korea. In terms of work-related deaths, the WHO/ILO study calculates that North Korea had a rate of 56.2 deaths per 100,000 workers in

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How Well-off is China’s Middle Class

Details: China’s population pyramid is in the process of inverting. Its dependency ratio (the number of people below age 15 and above age 65 divided by the total working population) is expected to increase from 37.7 percent in 2015 to 66.6 percent in 2050. Without working-age adults to support older generations, the rising costs of caring for older

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How is China Feeding its Population of 1.4 Billion

Details: The Changing Dietary Landscape. Rapid economic growth has fueled dramatic reductions in China’s undernourished population. Undernourishment is defined by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as the condition of an individual not acquiring enough food to meet the minimum dietary energy requirements for a year, and is a key indicator of chronic hunger.

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Urbanization in Sub-Saharan Africa Center for Strategic

Details: Download the Report Urbanization is transforming the world. According to the 2017 Drivers of Migration and Urbanization in Africa report by the United Nations, more than half of the global population now lives in urban areas. This figure is projected to increase to 75 percent by 2050, at a growing rate of 65 million urban dwellers annually. Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is often

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Digital Transformation in the Western Hemisphere Center

Details: An older population will also bring many opportunities for economies in the region. As the population ages, more people will begin to participate in the “silver economy.” Older people are major contributors to the economy: they often have significant spending power, they travel, and they consume services such as healthcare more than younger

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Does China have an aging problem

Details: India, which like China is a highly populous developing country, offers an important point of reference. In 2014, 9 percent of China’s population was 65 or older, while 17 percent of the population was between 0 and 15 years of age. By comparison, just 5 percent of India’s population was over 65, with 29 percent of the population 15 or under.

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How Does Education in China Compare with Other Countries

Details: These population shifts have contributed to overcrowded classrooms, which may come under even greater strain as the number of children of migrant workers residing in China’s biggest cities is expected to increase by 1.5 million annually. More developed regions have managed to offset much of this demographic shift.

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Beyond COVAX: The Importance of Public-Private

Details: Thus far, Haiti has yet to vaccinate 98 percent of its population against Covid-19. The courtyard of the hospital "Communautaire de Référence" of Port-Salut welcomes the victims of the earthquake out of several towns such as Coteaux, Les Anglais, Tiburon, and Port-à-Piment, Haiti, on August 16, 2021.

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Digital Growth and Financial Inclusion in Southeast Asia

Details: Digital Growth and Financial Inclusion in Southeast Asia. May 13, 2021. By Karen Lee and Diego Lingad. On April 12, 2021, Grab announced that it would list on the NASDAQ stock market after a landmark merger, catapulting the Singapore-based tech company into the global spotlight. For Southeast Asian citizens, however, Grab is a household name.

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China, Asia, and the Changing Strategic Importance of the

Details: Although China continues to grow at an average rate equal to Africa and Other non-OECD Europe and Eurasia, its growth notably slows throughout the projection period. Together, these top five growth regions were home to 70% of the world’s population in 2020 and 44% of GDP. By 2050, these shares grow to 73% and 59%, respectively.

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Key Populations and the Next Global Fund Strategy Center

Details: This is particularly an issue for key populations—those at heightened risk of infection but facing barriers to accessing lifesaving service because of political, cultural, and legal barriers—that have benefited from Global Fund-financed programs but risk losing that support if and when the Global Fund recedes or leaves.

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A Smaller, Wealthier Mexico Is on the Horizon Center for

Details: While Mexico’s population continues to grow at a slower rate, it is also aging, with the median age climbing to 28 years in 2015 from a low of 17 in 1975. By 2055, the median age will be 44 and almost 30 percent of Mexico’s population will be over 60. …

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Haitian Migration: Food Insecurity, Fragility, and a

Details: More than half of its total population is chronically food insecure, and 22 percent of children are chronically malnourished. Another earthquake and tropical storm in August pushed almost a million additional Haitians into food insecurity—events that will only become more frequent and more destructive due to the effects of climate change.

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How Globally Competitive Are China's Cities

Details: Higher population density has led to high property prices and costs of living. In Shanghai and Beijing, home prices ranged from 15 to 20 times the average household income in 2018 compared to a housing price-to-income ratio of 9.2 in San Francisco and 5.4 in New York City in 2017.

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Demographics of Korean Security Center for Strategic and

Details: Prior to her appointment at Georgetown, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a research assistant for the Center of Population Research, University of Texas, Austin. Dr. Stephen has also served as a social science analyst for the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch

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Addressing the Growing Hunger Crisis in Syria Center for

Details: Addressing the Growing Hunger Crisis in Syria. February 18, 2021. The Path Forward is a CSIS Humanitarian Agenda series of reflections from humanitarian organizations on the challenges in food security, disrupted health systems, humanitarian access, civilian protection, and, ultimately, recovery for the Syrian people.. Syrians today are in greater need of stable sources of food than at any

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Social Media Misinformation and the 2022 Philippine

Details: Facebook and YouTube dominate the country: as of 2021, about 81 percent of the Philippine population is on Facebook. Meanwhile, 85 percent of Filipinos with access to the internet watch YouTube. The average Filipino internet user spent nearly four hours on social media every day. Facebook has been deeply entrenched in Philippine society largely

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How the Assad Regime Systematically Diverts Tens of

Details: Of course, government influence is pervasive throughout the banking sector, giving the regime additional tools to reward and punish the population. 1 The amount of aid lost through the inflated exchange rate is significant, and it has grown as the Syrian pound (SYP) has plummeted in value since the onset of the civil war, particularly in the

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Why Africa Matters to Boise Center for Strategic and

Details: The state welcomes one of the largest shares of refugees relative to its population. Boise’s African population has become integral to the city’s economy, as well as its response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Many regard Boise’s refugee population

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Indonesia's Conceptualizations of Maritime Security Asia

Details: Hence, security assessment by the authorities tends to view that the most viable threat to the stability of the nation comes from the domestic population. In line with keeping the revolutionary spirit alive, the military has actively espoused a strategic culture that is designed to curtail any form of dissent from the population and to promote

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Demographic Trends and Youth Empowerment in Africa

Details: Opportunities for U.S. Engagement Download the Report Many of the fastest growing populations are in the world’s poorest countries, putting them at a critical threshold: either they will accelerate economic growth and innovation by investing in their burgeoning youth population or the rapid population growth coupled with a shortage of opportunities for young people will undermine …

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Is China Succeeding at Eradicating Poverty

Details: Vietnam succeeded in reducing its extreme poverty rate from 61.3 percent to 1.9 percent from 1990 to 2018, putting it roughly on par with China. Yet, because Vietnam’s population is a small fraction of China’s, the Southeast Asian country’s successes have only accounted for about 3.2 percent of global poverty declines since 1990.

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Prospects for Democracy in Cuba Center for Strategic and

Details: Through their music and other forms of art, Movimiento San Isidro has been able to connect with the population and their frustrations. The recent protests were also enabled by cellphone access to the internet on the island and internet has served as a …

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Ukrainian Health and Demography: What Underlies the

Details: On Tuesday, May 10, the Russia Health Working Group hosted Dr. Rekha Menon, Senior Economist in the Health, Nutrition and Population Unit for Europe and Central Asia Region at the World Bank. Dr. Menon presented a World Bank study based on a 2009 household survey, which provided some insights into what underlies the mortality crisis in Ukraine. The study showed that chronic …

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Food Insecurity among Veterans: Who Is at Risk and How to

Details: A5: The veteran population is not a monolith and has expanded and changed significantly over time, but the resources to support it have not kept up. New factors—an increased proportion of young veterans with work-limiting disabilities, changing family and employment realities, and difficulties accessing public benefits programs—help explain

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