Trends in Conflict 2010-2030


By Non classé

Paul Rogers identifies and analyses the proliferation of weapons, the broadening of socio-economic divisions and global environmental concerns as key challenges to international security and main drivers of future conflicts. His argument challenges assumptions of a shift in the nature of conflict from internationalized Cold War to internal post-Cold War conflict scenarios by illuminating what are substantially international components in today’s and future conflicts.

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