“Some argue that global demographic trends are progressively pushing the world toward greater peace and prosperity. They are wrong. The risks of both chaotic state collapse and neoauthoritarian reaction are rising,” argue Neil Howe and Richard Jackson in “Battle of the (Youth) Bulge
,” published in the National Interest
A recent online discussion with the Population Reference Bureau’s Jason Bremner covered a variety of topics related to environmental change and migration
, including climate change migrants, rural-to-rural migration, and disease vectors.
Rising food and fuel prices could trigger turmoil in Guinea-Bissau, says the latest report from the International Monetary Fund. The country already suffers from chronic food insecurity, reports IRIN News.