CLIMATE SECURITY – A BUNDLE OF MYELINATED STRATEGIC AND NON-STRATEGIC ALTERNATIVES
(Felix Dodds, Andrew Highman, Richard Sherman, (eds.), Climate Change and Energy Insecurity – The Challenge For Peace, Security And Development, Earthscan, Uk, first edition, 2009, ISBN: 978-1-84407-855-4, 352 pages)
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As the structural requirements for peace and security have been eluded by the fast-track changes occurring in the international system, new social accomplishments and new institutional embroidering have interlaced the subjects of climate change and global security.
These have been touchable and expended in plenty of laborious pieces of research. However, speaking out with an even greater conviction and with an even more enunciated conviction is a matter of finding the imperious matter where importance has already been shed.
The book edited by Felix Dodds, Andrew Highman and Richard Sherman, whilst providing a decent and reasonable leisure of approaching, can be characterized as a remarkable endeavor to appropriate a sense of enacting extensions in the regarded field, for the less advised audience.
Climate Change and Energy Insecurity – The Challenge for Peace, Security and Development – although published in 2009 – provides a current sense of approach regarding the manner in which the patterns of approximating climate change and energy insecurity have not quite been amended over time.