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Paul Morland is an author and broadcaster on population matters. He is the author of three books and numerous articles covering demographic issues. He is also a business consultant with over twenty-five years of experience in advising financial services companies on their strategy and helping them implement projects.


Whatever else the arguments concerning the Gaza War, none is more wrong-headed than the suggestion that Gazans were living in such straitened circumstances that they had no choice but to ‘break out’ on 7 October.

The Spectator, March 2024

Migration, Stagnation, or Procreation: Quantifying the Demographic Trilemma

This is a trilemma facing nations across the developed world where fertility rates have been falling steadily over the last 50 years. In most developed countries, rates are below the level needed for the population to replace itself.

Alliance for Responsible Citizenship, October 2023

The baby problem is not confined to liberal democracies

Miriam Cates identified the issue, but she is wrong about the cause

Unherd, 16 May, 2023

China and Russia are locked in a death spiral

Demography is destiny, and neither country is able to compete with the West over the longer term.

Click here to see a copy of the article as a .pdf file.

The Daily Telegraph, 28 March, 2023

The cost of China’s zero-child policy

China's demographic crisis will be repeated across the world.

Unherd, 18 January, 2023

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