Basically birth rates are still very high. Despite the war increasing the death rate and migration rate, it also has prevented the country from modernising and families still have double the number of children compared to neighbouring countries.
PS: Did Asian Studies at the uni + field.
They may not be your stereotypical 'Asian' but everybody stretching from the middle east to North Korea is Asian. The stereotypical asians are actually just oriental people
Reason is similar why Russia is considered as Europe and not as Asia.
One bloated American suburbanite consumes more resources than an entire Afghani village does.
Not saying that there aren't serious issues with women's rights in Asia, but even with those problems, most of these countries are modernizing and developing. I find Africa more concerning since they still have very high birth rates with little access to contraceptives or family planning.
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