Wilson Center Podcast Addresses Relationships Among Family Planning, Peace, Security

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This post discusses the third episode in the Wilson Center’s Everybody Counts podcast series, hosted by Jennifer D. Sciubba, a professor of political demography at Rhodes College. “In this episode, we make the case that family planning is the foundation of peace and security by examining the connections between population growth and political instability. Leading experts Jack Goldstone and Rich Cincotta describe what their research reveals about some of the hottest conflicts today, including Syria and Afghanistan” (10/5).

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