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Update: Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change

071127-N-7955L-130The American Security Project (ASP) has just released an updated version of its Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change, which examines how national security establishments across the globe view (and address) climate change. The update hones in on a handful of specific countries, including Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Guyana, India, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. Here is a description of the index, and update ,from the ASP website: (more…)

Weekend Reading: “The Arctic: Five Critical Security Challenges” ASP

Russian_arctic_claimThe American Security Project has just released a new report authored by Andrew Holland,┬áNick Cunningham, and Xander Vagg, titled “The Arctic: Five Critical Security Challenges.” ┬áThe five challenges identified include: (more…)

Andrew Holland Discusses Climate Change on “Global Perspectives”

2012_Atlantic_hurricane_season_summary_mapAndrew Holland, Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate at the American Security Project (ASP), was recently on the show “Global Perspectives” to discuss the threat of climate change. According to ASP’s website: (more…)

ASP’s Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change: Preliminary Results

U.S._Unified_Command_Plan_Map_2011-04-06Under the direction of Andrew Holland and Xander Vagg, the American Security Project (ASP) has released preliminary results from what will most certainly be an excellent and invaluable resource: “The Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change.” The Index “analyzes how governments around the world and their militaries plan for and anticipate the strategic threats of climate change.” According to the authors: (more…)

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