Insights from the Horn of Africa

Climate change has become widely recognised as a security concern and a key priority area in European and broader Western initiatives for global peace and security, with a significant focus on Africa. It is commonly perceived a

From the 21st – 23rd of February the Observer Research Foundation in partnership with the Foreign Ministry of India will host the 2024 edition of the Raisina Dialogue.
"The environmental consequences of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine are arguably better documented than any conflict in history."   
On the 13th of February 2024, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) convened under the initiative of Guyana to debate the interconnection between the global issue of climate change, the rising number of armed conflicts, and the worrying growth of food insecurity on the planet.
This book brings together two important fields in the study of international politics and policy: climate change adaptation and mitigation (climate action) and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P).
Between the 16th and 18th of February 2024, the international community’s most prominent figures in the field of defence and security will gather in Munich for the 60th Munich Security Conference to “debate on the world’s most pressing security challenges”.
Perspectives from a Regional Working Group on Climate Change, the Environment, Peace and Security in Latin America Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is a region of unparalleled ecological diversity, encompassing tropical rainforests, arid deserts, and expa