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Immigration and Sustainable Development

Population and National Security by Jennifer Sciubba, Carolyn Lamere, and Geoffrey Dabelko broke down the concept of national security and its relation to the population size of a nation-state. The authors describe the history of public policies and the evolution … Continue reading

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Social Learning and Immigration Conflict

Population and National Security and Environmental Security and Sustainable Development both explore the impact humans have on the environment and human security. In their article, Sciubba et. al. state that increasing human population is the cause of civil conflict and … Continue reading

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