Climate and Security Nexus Cover (2)

Scholars are increasingly paying attention to the security impacts of climate change, however, this nexus remains relatively understudied, particularly in South Asia. Climate change-induced events may cause large-scale migration and impact the availability of resources, which in turn could stir up conflict. In this three-part series, SAV contributors explore this climate-security nexus in South Asia, looking closely at the links between climate change and security challenges in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

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Articles in Collection

Climate Change in India and South Asia: Intensifying Local Grievances Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Climate Change in India and South Asia: Intensifying Local Grievances

Scholars are increasingly paying attention to the security impacts of…

In Pakistan, Climate Change is the Primary Threat to National Security Geopolitics & Diplomacy

In Pakistan, Climate Change is the Primary Threat to National Security

Scholars are increasingly paying attention to the security impacts of…

Non-Traditional Security Implications of Climate Change in Bangladesh Geopolitics & Diplomacy

Non-Traditional Security Implications of Climate Change in Bangladesh

Scholars are increasingly paying attention to the security impacts of…