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CHINE : VERS UN NOUVEL ENLÈVEMENT DE SABINES ? [CHINA : TOWARDS A NEW SABINE'S ABDUCTION ?]

Abstract : Geopolitics and demography: analysis of missing girls in China shows that it can, internally, contribute to social unrest or social difficulties because, in all cases, the behavior of both sexes suffer the consequences of this deficit which is a source of instability societal. In addition, it can lead to foreign policy choices that may lead to international tensions or go to violent conflict.
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Gérard-François Dumont. CHINE : VERS UN NOUVEL ENLÈVEMENT DE SABINES ? [CHINA : TOWARDS A NEW SABINE'S ABDUCTION ?]. Géostratégiques, 2007, pp.69-86. ⟨halshs-00761726⟩

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