New Report: Climate Change, Security and Political Coherence in the South and East China Seas

By Rachel Fleishman Which socio-political, technological, demographic, diplomatic, military, and economic drivers will shape the converging threats of climate change and national security in the South and East China Seas?  This is the motivating question for a new report, from…

Climate & Nuclear Security in the South China Sea: The Cases of Indonesia and the Philippines

The global community is still struggling to manage the deadly COVID-19 pandemic that has spread throughout the world, and nations bordering the South China Sea have not been spared. The health crisis arrives in a region where climate change, nuclear…

The South China Sea: A Potential Climate, Nuclear, Security Hotspot

Earlier this year, The Council on Strategic Risks (CSR) convened its multidisciplinary Working Group on Climate, Nuclear, and Security Affairs to further investigate the intersections of these trends. ┬áIn the forthcoming weeks, CSR will publish a series of posts expanding…