Recognizing the role of population policies in security issues, Katrina Riddell's study takes the examples of Pakistan and Iran to examine population growth as an international security issue and to understand Muslim states' interaction with global debates on sustainability.
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Table of Contents
Contents: Preface; Introduction; Population: from low to high politics in the 20th century; Population and family planning in Islamic jurisprudence; Islam and fertility: 20th century myths and realities; Islam, politics and population: the Iranian debate from 1953–1989; Islam, population, sustainability and security: the Iranian debate from 1989–2006; Islam, politics and population: debate in Pakistan 1947–1988; Islam, population, sustainability and security: the Pakistan debate 1988–2006; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.