Where have 4.8 million Syrian refugees gone?
Jeffrey H. Cohen | 26 April 2016
tags: migration, refugees, Syria
Many of our common assumptions about Syrian refugees are based on misinformation

Immigrants, assimilation, and religion
Luma Simms | 23 March 2016
tags: assimilation, Christianity, faith and reason, Islam, Judaism, migration
Many Middle Eastern immigrants reject corrupt aspects of Western culture, but not necessarily its core beliefs.

The fight over abortion in the UN
Elyssa Koren | 11 March 2016
tags: abortions, family policy, United Nations
Parsing the New International Development Agenda

If only we could ask Euripides about refugees
Laura Swift | 07 October 2015
tags: Ancient Greeks, Euripides, migration, refugees
How did the ancient Greeks treat their refugees?

Syrian refugees are a special case
Peter Smith | 18 September 2015
tags: migration
And Christian Syrians most of all.

Making sense of refugee chaos
Christopher Szabo | 18 September 2015
tags: European Union, refugees
The new face of Europe’s humanitarian crisis.

Migrant or refugee?
Charlotte Taylor | 15 September 2015
tags: human rights, linguistics, prejudice
Our choice of words holds real-world implications

Fortress Europe doesn’t have to become Undertaker Europe
Michael Cook | 01 September 2015
tags: Europe, European Union, migration, refugees
The refugee crisis is an opportunity for history-making statesmanship.

The Great Divorce
Dominic Perrottet | 09 July 2015
tags: demography, social policy, welfare
Governments are divorcing economic reality from social policy.

Migrants at sea: the missing context
Rodney Benson | 26 May 2015
tags: immigration, migration, refugees
To understand the migration crisis, we need to examine the global problem.

Without immigrants, none of us would be here
Ian Goldin | 11 May 2015
tags: immigration
Migration should not be a scapegoat for national problems.

While Europe argues, thousands perish in the Mediterranean
Heaven Crawley | 20 April 2015
tags: deaths in Mediterranean, Europe, migration
Desperate people are risking their lives because of political instability, not better jobs.

Great men make great mistakes
Michael Cook | 23 March 2015
tags: demography, Lee Kwan Yew, Singapore
Lee Kwan Yew was a visionary stateman. But his vision for Singapore's population may have doomed the prosperous city-state.

Growing old should not mean growing isolated
Derek Miedema | 09 May 2014
tags: ageing, Canada, community organizing
A social isolation epidemic among older people is being countered by community building initiatives.

How the West really lost God
Tom Ascik | 15 October 2013
tags: book reviews, family size, religion
The decline in the family has driven a decline in religious practice, says an American journalist.

Why is Europe committing demographic suicide?
Carolyn Moynihan | 11 April 2013
tags: birth dearth, birth rates, demographic winter, demography
Frankly, not even the experts have the faintest idea.

2 doctors, 103 women, sterilisation quota achieved
Carolyn Moynihan | 27 March 2013
tags: India, population control, sterilisation camps
India's target-driven quotas for female sterilisation are producing horrific scenes, all with the aid of Western money.

What to Expect When No One’s Expecting
Jennifer Roback Morse | 19 March 2013
tags: book reviews, demography
At last, a book on demography that talks about its relation to sexual culture.

Population imperialists show their hand in Manila
Francisco S. Tatad | 03 December 2012
tags: Philippines, population control, Reproductive Health Bill
International heavyweights and Philippine business interests unite in a desperate bid to get a highly controversial bill passed.

Kenya shaping up to reap a demographic dividend
Seamus Grimes | 27 November 2012
tags: corruption, demographic dividend, Kenya
But violence born of poverty and ethnic rivalries demand that leaders look beyond their own political agendas.

China: hoping for real change
Constance Kong | 19 November 2012
tags: China, Communist Party, demography, economic crisis
There has been a changing of the guard at headquarters, but entrenched interests are still well guarded.

Nobel laureate criticises one-child policy
Michael Cook | 15 October 2012
tags: book reviews, literature, Nobel Prize, one-child policy
Will the national pride in China's first national to win the Nobel Prize for Literature lead to a reform of the one-child policy?

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