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Demography and National Security
Edited by Myron Weiner† and Sharon Stanton Russell†
304 pages, bibliog., index
ISBN 978-1-57181-262-9 $120.00/£85.00 Hb Published (August 2001)
ISBN 978-1-57181-339-8 $34.95/£24.00 Pb Published (August 2001)
Political scientists, demographers, legal scholars, and historians have come together in this volume, under the direction of the late Myron Weiner, one of the leading scholars in this field, to address three of the major sets of questions in the field of political demography: How changes in demographic variables - population size, growth, distribution, and composition - influence threats (real or perceived) to a country's political stability and security; how governments respond to demographic trends; and how governments attempt to change demographic variables in order to enhance national security.
Myron Weiner† was Professor of Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Chair of the External Research Advisory Committee of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Sharon Stanton Russell†, was a political scientist and Research Scholar at the MIT Center for International Studies.
Subject: Refugee & Migration Studies Peace & Conflict Studies
PART I: POPULATION DYNAMICS AND NATION SECURITY: THEORIES AND EVIDENCE
Chapter 1. International Migration: Predicting the Unknowable
Chapter 2. Demography, Environment, and Security: An Overview
Chapter 3. Demographic Change and the Sources of International Conflict
R.R. Krebs and J.S. Levy
PART II: STATE RESPONSES TO DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS
Chapter 4. Keepers of the Gates: National Militaries in an Age of International Population Movement
Chapter 5. Plural Nationality: Facing the Future in a Migratory World
T.A. Aleinikoff and D. Klusmeyer
Chapter 6. Migration and Foreign Policy: Emerging Bilateral and Regional Approaches in the Americas
PART III: DEMOGRAPHIC ENGINEERING AND NATIONAL SECURITY OBJECTIVES
Chapter 7. A Question of Outsiders: Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Bhutan
Chapter 8. Impacts of Migration to China's Borer Regions
Chapter 9. Stalinist Forced Relocation Policies: Patterns, Causes, Consequences
Notes on Contributors
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