RAND Review: Demography, Aging, Afghanistan
In This Issue (Volume 35, Number 3: Winter 2011-2012)
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Newborns begin to stir at a women's hospital in Allahabad in India's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh on October 22, 2011.
Our cover story compares the demographic futures and related economic prospects facing China, India, and the United States. A sidebar focuses on Europe. An infographic and interactive maps illustrate the demographic futures of nations and regions worldwide.
Dusk, Dawn, and High Noon: Demographic Trends Forecast Next Phases for China, India, and the United States
In the decades ahead, China and India will have the most to gain or to lose, and the United States will continue to have the most to protect and to defend.
Recent snapshots of fertility indicators across Europe look less depressing than they did a decade ago. Still, the fertility rate remains below the replacement rate in all 27 EU countries.
Window on the World
Message from the Editor
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