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survive on. " Thomas Homer-Dixon has published extensively on population, environment and conflict. His theoretical framework first appeared in several seminal articles in the early to mid-1990s, 2 and research by Homer-Dixon and his colleagues on the relationship between population, environment and violent conflict has been influential in the field of political science. 3 In view of the widespread nature of human conflict4 and the prevailing pessimism about population growth and environmental destruction, this linkage is clearly both important and policy-relevant. In addition to outlining what he believes to be the main causal mechanisms, Homer-Dixon has also examined a number of cases in detail. Homer-Dixon's work is far removed from the simplifications of some of the popular literature on the theme of population, environment and conflict. There is little if any of the sensationalism of Robert D. Kaplan5 or the doomsday predictions of Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich. 6 Homer-Dixon never asserts that population pressure and environmental degradation are the sole source of violent

 
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