Michael Rubin | 19fortyfive.com
Nicholas Eberstadt and Ashton Verdery | American Enterprise Institute
This report maps out recent and prospective trends in China’s family structure and kinship network patterns and assesses the social, economic, and political implications of these changes.
By Michael D. Swaine, The National Interest: “Washington and Beijing to explicitly agree on a set of reciprocal, credible reassurance measures that will breathe life back into their original understanding regarding Taiwan.
Even as their state lost more residents last year than ever before—thousands of them moving to Florida—New York policymakers seem to have no answers.
China’s population fell to 1.41 billion in 2022, a decrease of 850,000 people compared to the previous year, the country’s statistics bureau announced (Bloomberg)
China population: 2022 marks first decline in 60 years
requires deep structural change
will affect a long-held assumption
China’s demographic decline and waning fortunes are a result of the Communist Party’s power madness—and they heighten the danger.
China's military has long struggled to field quality personnel.
Ian Rowe | Institute for Family Studies
Ian Rowe recommends four steps to inspire the rising generation to have more children born into stable, married, two-parent households—one of the best predictors of a life of agency.