Vol. 5, Issue 2 - Program for Culture and Conflict Studies
Volume 5, Issue 2
Earth Day 2011 Special Issue
Welcome to the our special Earth Day edition of The Culture & Conflict Review, a special joint publication with our newest journal: The Climate & Conflict Review. We are pleased to present you with an engaging selection of new articles on a timely and important topic.
Published for Earth Day 2011, this premier edition of the The Climate & Conflict Review explores the intersection of climate and conflict, and considers the impacts of climate change on international security – with special attention to the defense and security challenges of the polar region, and both national and international responses to these challenges.
We also are pleased to present a selection of new student theses addressing issues related to climate security and Arctic climate change.
- Arctic Defense Concerns: Reorganizing U.S. Defense Structure to Meet Threats in the Changing Arctic by LCDR Daryl Robbin, USN
- Defending the Artctic: America's Challenge by Chris Gaucher
- Forging an Arctic Alliance: Canadian-U.S. JIATF-Arctic by CDR Douglas A. Bradley, USN
Book Review & Exerpts
- Book Review: The Adaptation Imperative: Understanding Climate and Conflict by Dr. James E. McGinley
- Book Excerpt: An Ice-Free Arctic by Dr. Curt Stager
- Easing the Arctic Tension: An Economic Solution by Chad P. Pate (December 2010)
- Freshwater Export from the Arctic Ocean and its Downstream Effect on Labrador Sea Deep Convection in a High-Resolution Numerical Model by Timothy P. McGeehan (December 2010)
- Arctic Region Policy: Information Sharing Model Options by Claire Marie (September 2010)
- Long-Range Forecasting of Arctic Sea Ice by Megan M. Stone (June 2010)