Considering Population and War: A Critical and Neglected Aspect of Conflict Studies 00:00:00
Bradley Thayer: Considering Population and War: A Critical and Neglected Aspect of Conflict Studies 00:01:36
Considering Population and War 00:03:36
Importance 00:04:45
Outline 00:06:13
Types of War 00:07:06
Impact of Population Change on Great Power War and Alliances 00:09:35
Impact of Population Change on Small Power War 00:13:20
Selected Countries in East Africa with Youth Bulges by Fertility Rate 00:14:58
Impact of Population Change on Civil War/Ethnic Conflict 00:16:27
Impact of Population Change on Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism 00:18:06
Selected Countries in the Islamic World with Youth Bulges by Fertility Rate 00:18:29
Assists the Search for Solutions to Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism 00:19:23
Conclusion: Considering Population and War 00:21:35
Conclusion: Considering Population and War 00:22:27
Richard Cincotta: Age Structures and Civil Conflicts 00:23:19
Theory: Age Structure and State Performance 00:26:49
Iraq 2005 00:28:12
Risk of Civil Conflict 00:28:22
Africa's Age Structural Profiles, 2005 and 2025 00:29:33
Population Age Structures, 2005 00:30:12
Age Structure and Civil Conflicts 00:30:48
Youth Bulges and the Path to Liberal Democracy: 8 Selected States 00:32:49
Liberal Democracy and Age Structure 00:33:48
Young Adults in Working-Age Population 00:34:18
Demographically Derived Categories 00:34:39
Discussion 00:37:39