Series UKLSE-AS1OX01003 - Sustainable Security Programme

War-Prevention-Works.pdf 0203 Neverendingwar.pdf 02-09 The War on Terrorism.pdf 02-10 Iraq Consequences.pdf northkorea.pdf nonproliferation.pdf 04-07 Putting People First.pdf 04-07 The Human Face.pdf ORGsubsidy.pdf 05-01 Breakthrough or Bust.pdf 2005-02-StrengtheningtheNPTRegime.pdf globalthreats.pdf secureenergy.pdf 08-02 Nuclear Futures.pdf 08-11 Tigers and Dragons.pdf 08-10-thetippingpoint.pdf 09-03 withinandwithout.pdf 09-11_Global_Security.pdf Climate Change and Security_Oxford Research Group.pdf Looking_for_Leadership.pdf Bridging the North-South divide PDF.pdf Marginalisation and Insecurity in the Global South, 2012.pdf A Sustainable Approach to Nuclear Zero.pdf Competition Over Resources and Insecurity in the Global South FINAL pdf.pdf Climate Change and Insecurity in the Global South.pdf Water Scarcity_The Real and Virtual Problems.pdf Sustainable Peace and Security in CAR 2013.pdf Security in the Sahel Part I - Stabilising Mali in 2013-14.pdf
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UKLSE-AS1OX01003

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Sustainable Security Programme

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  • 2001-2020 (Creation)

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89 document files, 2 audio files

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The Sustainable Security Programme was established in 2006-2007, expanding on Paul Rogers' work on marginalisation, climate change and geopolitics, as well as ORG's work on recording of casualties in armed conflict. The programme aimed to highlight the limitations of orthodox security policy and to develop policy alternatives that address underlying drivers.

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