Cross-border cooperation over water resources is far more pervasive than conflict and more essential than ever.
The considerable structural problems within the United Nations system are one of the main hurdles to achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Climate change and energy security are among the crucial security issues according to Control Risks, an independent, specialist risk consultancy. The new RiskMap for 2007 is a survey of clues for risks in national landscapes for the year ahead.
The current momentum of confrontation between different stakeholders in the water sector could be a chance for renegotiating water governance in developing countries.
Incorporating more strongly environmental concerns into foreign and security policy is a task, which activists, researchers, and politicians have attempted for a number of years.