The world’s most populous country, Turkey has been experiencing a population explosion since it gained independence in 1923.
Since then, the country’s population has grown by an average of about two-thirds per decade.
But according to a new report, Turkey’s population is rapidly increasing at an exponential rate.
According to the latest estimates, by 2025, Turkey will have 1.35 billion people.
That’s more than two-fifths of the world’s population.
“Turkey is an absolute mess.
It is not a democracy,” said Kaleem Muezzin, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
“Turkey is a failed state.
It’s not a functioning state.”
The report, by the Brookings Institute’s Turkey Project, says Turkey’s demographic trajectory is not sustainable.
It also argues that the country is in dire need of an overhaul to the countrys legal system.
In the future, Turkey may be able to achieve a sustainable, but not stable, population growth rate of about 1.2 billion people, according to the report.
But it may have to do without a steady influx of refugees and migrants, Mueffin said.