The Developing Global Crisis and the Future of Global Security
For the JoGSS group, by Michael Andregg, firstname.lastname@example.org, Aug. 7, 2014, d1c
“The Developing Global Crisis” is a term we use to label a bewildering array of old and emerging problems with large security consequences. Only some are military per se, but all have significant implications for human security and most have big impacts on conventional military issues as well. Examples include: Climate change, population pressure, failed and failing states, emerging diseases, transnational crime, terrorism, cyberwarfare, globalized economics that promotes severe income inequality and social unrest, peak oil transformations of the global energy system, and most important in our opinion, corruption of governance which frustrates solution to many of the other problems. All these together are ‘the developing global crisis.’
This is just an 800 word op-ed for their journal. But as such, it is clearer and simpler than many longer pieces on "The Developing Global Crisis" and its implications for both security practitioners and the world at large.
Andregg, Michael M..
The Developing Global Crisis and the Future of Global Security.
Journal of Global Security Studies.
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