Preventing crises over waters requires foreign policy engagement

Ukraine, Iraq, Syria, Gaza. With such crises in the headlines, it is easy to forget about the structural challenges that threaten to become the foreign policy crises of the future...
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ECC Newsletter 2/2014

Read Edition 2/2014 of the ECC Newsletter with articles on how to strengthen water diplomacy to prevent future crises, the resource rush in the arctic and its environmental and geopolitical dimensions, and prospects of conflict-sensitive adaptation to address the security implications of climate change...
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New Paths for Climate Diplomacy

In this new publication, we seek to illustrate the rationale and results of adelphi’s engagement in climate diplomacy activities – efforts undertaken to help foster a response to climate change...
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Quote of the Month

“There are no boundaries to the effects of climate change. We are dealing with saving human lives - and therefore saving Tuvalu is also saving the world.” - Enele Sopoaga, Tuvalu Prime Minister, Interview with ABC News, 15 August 2014.
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    Preventing crises over waters requires foreign policy engagement

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    ECC Newsletter 2/2014

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    New Paths for Climate Diplomacy

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    Quote of the Month

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  • Behind the veil of the Islamic State is a war for water

    A little known fact of the war in Syria is that it started at the end of the worst drought in Syrian history, a biblical drought which forced over 1 million farmers into the cities. Pulitzer Prize-winner Thomas L. Friedman…