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2017 | 4/2017 (XVII) |
Article title

ZAGROŻENIA BEZPIECZEŃSTWA GLOBALNEGO WYNIKAJĄCE ZE ZMIAN DEMOGRAFICZNYCH

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GLOBAL SECURITY THREATS CAUSED BY DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES
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Abstracts
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In 1968, in article titled „The Population Bomb”, biologist Paul Ehrlich warned, that in ’70 and ’80, famine will fall to the entire world, he claimed, that production of food and other necessary resources will be insufficient with growth of population. One hundred thousand years – that’s how many years we need to be the strongest living being on the Earth. With the beginning of 2018 the population of Earth is considered to be about 7.4 billion persons. It is about 91 percent of ecumene, with average of 49 persons for square kilometer. In the following article, author will try to answer the question, how the dynamically growing population influences the common security in global terms.
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  • Akademia Pomorska w Słupsku
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