Essential Geopolitics: Turkey's Declining Birthrate

MIN READApr 27, 2021 | 14:35 GMT


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U.S. Census Bureau figures released this week show that the United States experienced its slowest population growth since the 1930s. As states and politicians react to what that means for federal funding, congressional districts, and future elections at home, Stratfor looks at how many nations experiencing a low birth rate and aging population can reveal future geopolitical trends. In this episode of the Stratfor Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, Emily Donahue hears from Stratfor Middle East and North Africa analyst at RANE Ryan Bohl about Turkey's birth rate and what it means for that country and other developing economies. Follow Stratfor and stay ahead of geopolitical trends that affect your life. Subscribe to the podcasts here: 

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