Climate change, weak states and the “war on terrorism” in South and Southeast Asia.
Climate change is emerging as one of the key security challenges of the 21st century, a challenge that will increasingly have effects in the realm of counter-terrorism. Since January 2002, the United States Government has grounded its counter-terrorism policies within an international/diplomatic framework of well-governed states that have the capacity and willingness to cooperate with … Continue reading Climate change, weak states and the “war on terrorism” in South and Southeast Asia. →
Political economy of Southeast Asian borderlands: Migration, environment, and developing country firms
Borderland zones in Southeast Asia have become sites of increased economic investment for developing country firms, intra-regional and transnational corporations. As a result of deregulation, these investment opportunities have led to the exploitation of natural and human resources in an unsustainable and unjust way. This article argues that the flows of people and natural resources … Continue reading Political economy of Southeast Asian borderlands: Migration, environment, and developing country firms →