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In the late 1920s and early 1930s, Alexander Kulischer published three demographic articles in the most authoritative and widely read newspaper of the Russian post-revolutionary emigration – "Poslednie novosti" [The Latest News] (Paris). These articles were devoted to problems of population dynamics in some countries around the world. They were the first where the general scheme of demographic changes – now known as the concept of a "demographic transition" or "demographic revolution" – wasdoi:10.17323/demreview.v4i5.8572 fatcat:krtiaot5ubd3rglzwgawjkzjyu