Tag Archives: Mathew England

Pacific Warming: The Next Black Swan?

Cross-posted by the Center for Climate and Security A new “Black Swan” may be emerging for the international humanitarian community. Often definedĀ as a high impact, low probability wildcard–this new threat could be game changer for almost anyone involved in international … Continue reading

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Operational Implications of the Emerging El Nino

For international security analysts, humanitarian operations planners, and humanitarian logisticians, the ability to identify emerging global hot spots is crucial. Over the coming months, areas such as Syria, the Crimea, Venezuela, Sudan, and the Central African Republic will no doubt … Continue reading

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