We hope the research discussed in this special issue informs a cascade of activism and policy-making to avert the worst eventualities of climate change and to create a world that is more secure and more just for all of us.
Climate change, coupled with population growth, is likely to intensify water scarcity around the world. Moreover, increased water use for agricultural and industrial purposes further exacerbates dwindling water availability.
The following analysis is from Volume 3, Special Issue “Climate Change, Security, and Conflict” of the Peace Science Digest Citation: Fröhlich, C.,
Investment in medium-sized enterprises can play a central role in building sustainable peace in Afghanistan. Previous research on local business and entrepreneurial investment in post-conflict communities support this claim.
The rise of ISIS, the Russian annexation of Crimea, and the election of Donald Trump are not only three very