The Changing Demographics of the U.S. Southern Security Perimeter
This paper attempts to use available demographic data to cast light on trends indicative of, or potentially supportive of, an accretion of security threats from what has been termed “the U.S. southern security perimeter”: the USA’s interface with Latin America and the Caribbean. Available data on fertility, urbanization, religious affiliation and migration suggest that many local demographic trends defy prevailing North American stereotypes for the region–and that the significance of these emerging trends thus remains imperfectly recognized and poorly appreciated in Washington.
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