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Population Action Study: Population and Civil Conflict After the Cold War

Authors: Richard Concotta, Robert Engelman, and Danielle Anastasion
December 17, 2003

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The findings of this report suggest the risks of civil conflict generated by demographic factors may be much more significant than generally recognized, and worthy of more serious consideration by national security policymakers and researchers.

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