Defence establishments around the world increasingly see climate change as posing potentially serious threats to national and international security, according to a review of high-level statements by the world’s governments released here Thursday.
The humanitarian crisis in Syria continues to evolve into one of the most severe complex emergencies in the global community. With 1,000,000 refugees and 4 million people in need of assistance, the Syrian conflict encompasses dimensions of geopolitics, culture, development and economics.
This week, Admiral Samuel J. Locklear II, the head of U.S. military forces in the Pacific, told The Boston Globe that climate change was the gravest threat in the region. While such an assessment may be surprising, given North Korea's recent nuclear tests, the U.S.
To the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Remarks as delivered by James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence
More than three dozen national security officials, members of Congress and military leaders are warning of the threat climate change poses to U.S. national security, the latest in an indicator that U.S.
In this interview, Alexander Carius, Managing Director at adelphi, speaks about needs and priorities for climate security and its relevance for climate diplomacy from a think tank perspective.
It’s all about the water.
Russia and China blocked efforts last Friday to have climate change recognised as an international security threat by the UN Security Council (UNSC).
In this interview, Cleo Paskal, Associate Fellow at Chatham House, talks about the geostrategic, geoeconomic and geophysical dimensions of climate change and also discusses the role of India and China in this regard.
In this interview, Dr. Hinrich Thölken, Head of Division "Climate and Environmental Foreign Policy, Sustainable Economy" at the German Federal Foreign Office, identifies needs and priorities for climate diplomacy in the coming years.