By Catholic News Agency on Jun 10, 2019 12:49 pm
Vatican City, Jun 10, 2019 / 08:35 am (CNA).- A Vatican department has issued a sweeping denunciation of so-called gender theory, and affirmed the principles of human dignity, difference, and complementarity. “In all such [gender] [...]
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Nicholas Eberstadt | Foreign Affaris
Although conventional measures of economic and military power often receive more attention than demographics, few factors influence the long-term competition between great powers as much as changes in the size, capabilities, and characteristics of national populations.
Lyman Stone | American Enterprise Institute
Americans are getting older, society is changing, and our institutions have become less dynamic. This will have significant economic and social consequences over the next several decades.
ICYMI: In an AEI report, Nicholas Eberstadt notes that, surprising as it might sound, we already have a fairly reliable picture of China’s population profile for 2040, because the overwhelming majority of people who will be living in China in 2040 are already alive and living there today. Eberstadt explains that China’s population is on track to peak in the coming decade and decline at an accelerating tempo thereafter. These new demographic trends will make for serious economic headwinds, presaging the end of China’s era of “heroic economic growth.” Revisit the piece here.