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Jonathan Marshall on Climate Change and Mideast Insecurity

Jonathan Marshall, author of ‘The Lebanese Connection: Corruption, Civil War, and The International Drug Trade,’ wrote a piece for the Huffington Post last Friday highlighting some possible connections between climatic changes in the Middle East, and social unrest. In it, he cites the Center for Climate and Security’s article on Syria from this past February, which explored the oft-ignored climactic and natural resource management dynamics of unrest in the country, in the context of the larger picture of social, political and economic drivers.


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