Power to the Population: The Political Consequences and Causes of Demographic Changes (Studies in Security and International Affairs) (Paperback)

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Demographic changes directly affect political and socioeconomic dynamics. Whether they are the nationalities of migrating refugees, the percentage of women in the workforce, or aging as a phenomenon (population decline, age of marriage, number of children, or the resources of youth), demographics can change the political dynamics of a country, creating in some cases increased freedoms but also potentially causing conflict or civil war.

Power to the Population is a comprehensive guide to predicting and evaluating different possible futures for humanity. These differing scenarios are of particular importance to decision makers, and Tadeusz Kugler focuses on the optimism of what can be created by and for the population.

The book investigates the dynamic relationship between political choices and changing populations. Kugler explores how government policies seemingly focused on localized power and economic development profoundly shape the demographic makeup on local and global scales. The demographic future of a population--not only regarding numbers but also in its diversity and how historically marginalized communities are undermined--is not merely about one place, time, or people. Demography has the potential to change the economic and political future of the world.

About the Author


TADEUSZ KUGLER is an associate professor of politics and international relations at Roger Williams University and the coauthor of Power, Space, and Time: An Empirical Introduction to International Relations. He lives in Bristol, Rhode Island.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780820364155
ISBN-10: 0820364150
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Publication Date: May 1st, 2023
Pages: 232
Language: English
Series: Studies in Security and International Affairs