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Testing Biopolitics against World Population Growth

Abstract : The fear of a global demographic explosion, starting in the early 20th century, has prompted birth-control policies. According to Matthew Connelly, the will of men in the North to impact the behaviours of women in the South has been inefficient and hurtful. He describes humanity as a Janus-like figure, both an ideal and a field of confrontation.
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Paul-Andre Rosental. Testing Biopolitics against World Population Growth. Books and Ideas, Collège de France, 2011, pp.1-9. ⟨hal-01045190⟩

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