ZMIANY DEMOGRAFICZNE JAKO ZAGROŻENIE DLA BEZPIECZEŃSTWA. ANALIZA NA PRZYKŁADZIE JAPONII

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Paulina Warchoł

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Artykuł analizuje wpływ zmian demograficznych na bezpieczeństwo państwa na przykładzie Japonii. Głównym celem jest wyszczególnienie najbardziej znaczących rodzajów zmian demograficznych, w tym przypadku zjawiska starzejącego się społeczeństwa, niskiego współczynnika dzietności oraz migracji wewnętrznych oraz ich analizę w kontekście wpływu na bezpieczeństwo ekonomiczne i militarne Japonii w obecnym środowisku międzynarodowym.

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Warchoł, P. (2015). ZMIANY DEMOGRAFICZNE JAKO ZAGROŻENIE DLA BEZPIECZEŃSTWA. ANALIZA NA PRZYKŁADZIE JAPONII. Przegląd Strategiczny, (8), 345-360. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2015.1.23
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