Annelies Zoomers and Gery Nijenhuis (Utrecht): Does Migration Lead to Development? Or Is It Contributing to a Global Divide? Lorenzo Piccoli (Trento): Immigration and National Minorities: Redrawing Identity Boundaries, Projecting Integration Policies. Gene Shackman and Ya-Lin Liu (GSCRP) and Xun Wang (UW-Parkside): Brief Review of World Demographic Trends: Explaining Population Trends: Birth, Death and Migration. Trevon D. Logan reviews The Children of Eve: Population and Well-being in History by Louis P. Cain and Donald G. Paterson. From Foreign Policy, Joshua Keating on the baby menace: Are we too worried about falling fertility rates?; and a look at the 10 countries with the lowest fertility rates in the world. Howard Cincotta reviews The Real Population Bomb: Megacities, Global Security and the Map of the Future by P.H. Liotta and James F. Miskel. Austin Ruse on the cause of America’s declining birthrate. About that overpopulation problem: Research suggests we may actually face a declining world population in the coming years. Has humanity’s explosion become a population bomb? Annalee Newitz investigates.