ECSP Report 2: Feature Articles

By
Miriam R. Lowi, Dennis Pirages, Lenny Siegel, Alene Gelbard, Kent H. Butts, Ronald J. Deibert, Jack A. Goldstone, Gareth Porter, Brian R. Shaw, Thomas Homer-Dixon, and Marc Levy

In the 1996 issue of ECSP's annual report, Miriam R. Lowi writes about water disputes in the Middle East, while Dennis Pirages explores "microsecurity". Also in this issue: a look at overseas contamination by the military; an action plan for population, development, and environment; and Thomas Homer-Dixon's findings from a project on environment, population, and security.

Includes:

  • Political and Institutional Responses to Transboundary Water Disputes in the Middle East -  Miriam R. Lowi
  • Microsecurity: Disease Organisms and Human Well-Being - Dennis Pirages
  • Overseas Contamination: An Open Sore in the Pentagon‘s Improving Environmental Record - Lenny Siegel
  • An Action Plan for Population, Development, and the Environment - Alene H. Gelbard
  • National Security, the Environment and DOD - Kent Butts
  • From Deep Black to Green? Demystifying the Military Monitoring of the Environment - Ronald J. Deibert
  • Saving the Environment (and Political Stability too): Institutional Responses for Developing Nations - Jack A. Goldstone
  • Advancing Environment and Security Goals through “Integrated Security Resource Planning” - Gareth Porter
  • When Are Environmental Issues Security Issues? - Brian R. Shaw
  • The Project on Environment, Population, and Security: Key Findings of Research - Thomas Homer-Dixon
  • Debate: Time for a Third Wave of Environment and Security Scholarship, with Thomas Homer-Dixon, Marc Levy, Gareth Porter, and Jack Goldstone
  • Official Statements and Documents

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