The Third World War: A Look at the Implications of Climate Change on Global, National Security

Lauren Schlusser

Abstract


President Donald Trump ran to be president of the United States on a platform rife with statements denouncing the credibility of anthropogenic — man-made — climate change. In a separate, but equally important, vein, President Trump also expressed a commitment to ensure the security of US citizens both domestically and abroad. Today, however, it’s difficult to address national security effectively without simultaneously addressing global climate change. The two issues are intimately interwoven, and ignoring one issue will compromise the success of solving the other.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/ppr.2017.86

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