Consensus for American Security in Stars and Stripes

An op-ed on the security implications of COP21 signed by four members of American Security Project's Consensus for American Security was published by Stars and Stripes online and in their Saturday, December 19th print edition.

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Developing an Effective Anti-ISIS Strategy

The recent terror attacks in Paris have created renewed demand to develop a real strategy for defeating ISIS. These attacks show spillover from the Syrian Civil War that threatens the livelihood of people far beyond Syria’s borders.

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Climate change, Paris, the rise of ISIS, and What “Causes” Terrorism

While no act of terror is due to climate change, climate change has helped to create the conditions from which terrorist groups can plot and plan.

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Australian Defense Force responds to Climate Change

Australians are facing a changing climate more than almost any developed country. The Australian military is working with U.S. and U.K militarizes to prepare for the security implications of these changes, especially given threats to nearby Pacific islands.

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Holland spoke about climate security in “Insights from a National Dialogue on Climate Change, Energy, and Security”

October 21, 2015 - Andrew Holland, the Director of Studies and Senior Fellow at the American Security Project, joined the “Insights from a National Dialogue on Climate Change, Energy, and Security” conference co- sponsored by the CAN corporation, the EU Delegation to the United States, the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, and the Energy Foundation in the Wilson Center, Washington, D.C to talk about climate security in the United States today.

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El Niño and the Case for Microgrids

Winter is coming to the United States’ national electric grid. El Niño – an ocean temperature event that affects global weather – is on its way and is expected to be one of the strongest events in recent history. Already, we have seen El Nino’s warmer ocean currents create severe weather conditions, causing blackouts throughout the Asian and Pacific regional energy grids.

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ASP in Colorado: Climate Change and Security in the Heartland

In September, 2015, ASP visited Colorado to examine and discuss the threats of climate change to national security for a state at the front line of climate.

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The Arctic at the Center of World Affairs

President Obama’s visit to Alaska for the GLACIER conference is an important reminder about America’s Arctic, and about the importance of climate change. ASP’s work on the Arctic has focused on three overlapping themes: energy, climate change, and national security.

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Iranian Human Rights Defenders Coming Out Massively in Support of the Iran Deal

Dr. Trita Parsi, President of the National Iranian American Council, shows the Iran nuclear deal continues to gain more international support from groups.

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