The Relationship Between Population Pressures and International Peace

The Relationship Between Population Pressures and International Peace

  • 4 March 1997

Adnan El-Sayed Hussein addressed three key aspects
in his lecture. The first aspect concerned the geography
of the population at the end of the 20th century, in
which he discussed the population distribution and its
relation to international peace.
The second aspect covered the topics of
population growth and border conflict. With the
influx of minorities and increasing rates of migration,
deportation and settlements, local peace has been
threatened alongside escalating conflicts over the
increasingly strained resources such as food and fresh
water.
The third aspect involves the growing phenomenon
of civil wars at the end of the 20th century. Here,
the speaker discussed the relationship between civil
wars and population problems and how it affects
international peace.

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Tuesday 4 March 1997

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Tuesday 4 March 1997

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