As presented by Dr. Yong-Bee Lim in Geneva, 29 November 2022.
explores China's security vulnerabilities in the face of expected climate change effects, focusing on its key risks, the Chinese response so far, and identifies important uncertainties as conditions continue to develop. The report also makes several recommendations for the United States as it addresses what the Department of Defense has called the "pacing threat" from China.
Continuing a period of rapid expansion, the Council on Strategic Risks is thrilled to announce a new round of hires across its programs and additions to its Board.
Panelists Ed Oshiba, Paul Farnan, Jim Balocki, and Rachel Ross spoke with Sherri Goodman and moderator John Cogner on how each of their Departments is approaching climate change in their strategy documents.
By John Moulton Recent world events, new U.S. policy decisions, and budget requests have led to renewed discussion on a specific type of nuclear weapon: the Sea-Launched Cruise Missile-Nuclear (SLCM-N). The following article examines the utility of SLCM-N, considering a…
By Sherri Goodman, Holly Kaufman, and Pauline Baudu The Biden Administration’s new National Security Strategy (NSS), released in October 2022, elevates attention and focus on climate security beyond any prior NSS. The security risks of climate change get the attention…
The Council on Strategic Risks (CSR) seeks to hire two team members: A Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Climate and Security (CCS) and a Research Fellow for its Ecological Security Program.
By John Lichtefeld | Project managed by Brigitte Hugh | Edited by Francesco Femia A new report from the Center for Climate and Security (CCS), Climate Security in Mainland Southeast Asia: A Scenarios Based Assessment, explores the socio-political, technological, demographic,…
Andrea Rezzonico interviews Johan Berganas, Senior Vice President of Oceans at WWF-US. They discuss the geopolitical concept of ‘fishwars’, and how it centers on a converging nexus of climate change, IUU fishing, ocean health, and more.
Despite continued expenditures, Biden’s NPR stands as a sober and useful response to Russia’s irresponsibility.