Category Archives: Environment & Energy Policy

Impacts of Climate Change in Southeast Asia and Adaptation Measures in the Region

Author: Shenyi Chua, December 2020

“Several studies have assessed that SEA will face extreme climate change in the future, affecting both national and human security. As states across SEA are unique in terms of geographical location, political, economic, and cultural traits, each Asian state will experience the impact of climate change differently, depending on the nature of the threat faced and the resilience abilities of each state.”
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One Percent 2.0

Author: Brendan Chrzanowski, 2019.

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“Save for the occasional discussion regarding the abuses of the GWOT, such as torture, invasion of privacy, and extraordinary rendition, there is little substantive dialogue concerning the Doctrine (Herman). Nevertheless, it appears as though the “1%” policy, or something similar, retains relevance when considering the present national security environment…”
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