Category Archives: Africa

La Nina Whiplash Coming? Watch for Cyclones in…the Arctic

The scale of the devastating 2015-2016 El Nino is just coming to light. In Southern Africa alone, 41.4 million people are food insecure, according to the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), with 21 million needing immediate humanitarian assistance due to … Continue reading

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Maritime Search and Rescue: the Migration Emergency

In the 1990’s, the prolific author, journalist, and filmmaker Robert Young Pelton traveled throughout the so-called “World’s Most Dangerous Places” recounting the true dynamics of conflict areas, wars, and complex emergencies. With a special interest in emerging trends, Mr. Pelton … Continue reading

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5 Looming Food Security Disasters

Referenced by the Center for Climate and Security In a guest post for Devex, I offer the hypothesis to the international relief and development communitiy suggesting that emerging food security crises are a proxy for projecting looming humanitarian operations, projects, and … Continue reading

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