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Report Release: The Arab Spring and Climate Change with Tom Friedman and Anne-Marie Slaughter

City skyline from a coastal defense breakwater in Alexandria, EgyptTune in here this morning at 10am EST to the public release of our new multi-author volume “The Arab Spring and Climate Change.” The event will feature a fireside chat between New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, and former Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. Department of State, Anne-Marie Slaughter.

The volume is edited by Caitlin Werrell and Francesco Femia, includes a preface by Anne-Marie Slaughter, and essay contributions from Troy Sternberg of Oxford University, Sarah Johnstone and Jeffrey Mazo of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Caitlin E. Werrell and Francesco Femia of the Center for Climate and Security, Michael Werz and Max Hoffman of the Center for American Progress, and David Michel and Mona Yacoubian of the Stimson Center.

UPDATE: An electronic version of the report is available here. You can also link to a summary here, or read the full report in your browser.

A video recording of the event is also available here.

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