Research Report

CLIMATE SECURITY REPORT

Catherine Foley
Andrew Holland
Copyright Date: Nov. 1, 2012
Pages: 4
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https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep05979
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  1. (pp. i-iv)
    Catherine Foley and Andrew Holland

    The American Security Project is organized around the belief that honest, public discussion of national security requires open, non-biased, non-partisan discourse about the dangers and opportunities of the 21st Century. Security is a fundamental responsibility of the U.S. military now more than ever, as the threats to American interests change rapidly. Security threats of the 21st Century include “non-traditional” threats like terrorism, climate change and the spread of disease. The policy answers to these non-traditional threats are not simply guns and bombs; the policy options are even more unclear. What is clear is that there is a need for honest...