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Title: Rethinking Climate Change, Conflict and Security
Author(s): Selby, Jan
Hoffmann, Clemens
Contact Email: clemens.hoffmann@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Selby J & Hoffmann C (2014) Rethinking Climate Change, Conflict and Security, Geopolitics, 19 (4), pp. 747-756.
Abstract: This special issue of Geopolitics presents a series of critical interventions on the links between global anthropogenic climate change, conflict and security. In this introduction, we situate the special issue by providing an assessment of the state of debate on climate security, and then by summarising the eight articles that follow. We observe, to start with, that contemporary climate security discourse is dominated by a problematic ensemble of policy-led framings and assumptions. And we submit that the contributions to this issue help rethink this dominant discourse in two distinct ways, offering both a series of powerful critiques, plus new interpretations of climate-conflict linkages which extend beyond Malthusian orthodoxy.
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14650045.2014.964866
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