Curated expert opinion on intractable contemporary issues
By Tobias Ide | 16 February, 2023
Australians are increasingly expressing concerns about the security implications of climate change. This might not be surprising given the long coastline of the country and the frequent occurrence of bushfires, cyclones, droughts, and most recently some of the worst floods in Australia’s history.
By Carol Farbotko and John Campbell | 10 February, 2023
The risk of atoll uninhabitability in the context of sea level rise is a well-known issue, often simplified to assume an inevitable mass exodus of atoll populations and thus described as an existential threat.
By Chung-in Moon | 08 February, 2023
On the Korean Peninsula, robust national security and the willingness to wage war are not enough to guarantee peace.
By Karen McVeigh | 07 February, 2023
Climate crisis could be ‘final nail in the coffin’ for half of all surviving languages, say linguists, as coastal communities are forced to migrate.
By Herbert Wulf | 18 January, 2023
Three developments contribute to the fact that 2023 could indeed become India's global political year: India's chairmanship of the G20 countries, interestingly its role in the war in Ukraine, and the increasingly widespread critical view of China.
By Tobias Ide | 17 January, 2023
Despite the rapid growth in environmental peace and conflict research over the past two decades, the field remains deeply divided, with little (constructive) engagement between the various research streams.
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