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A comprehensive tour d'horizon of the debate on the environment and security, focusing on the various policy options for building peace and preventing environmental conflict. Experts from the areas survey the key environmental challenges in Eastern and Central European states and those of the former Soviet Union, extending the debate to such regions as the Balkans, the Black Sea and Central Europe. This is the first time such extensive case study research has been reported for these regions. Both practical and theoretical approaches to the debate are presented, within a multi-disciplinary framework, the contributors ranging from academic experts involved with peace and conflict research to actual policy makers active in the fields of environmental and security policy. Readership: Experts already working in the relevant disciplines, both academic and governmental, as well as those seeking an introduction to the various policy fields. A graduate-level study text, excellent survey for policy makers and an academic contribution to ongoing studies.
Preface; A. Carius, A. Vincze. Theoretical Linkages and Policy Approaches to the Environment and Security Debate: Providing an Overview; E. Petzold-Bradley, et al. Overview of Environment and Security Challenges. Environment and Security on the International Agenda: Challenges for Environmental Policy; K.M. Lietzmann. Negotiations to Avert Transboudary Environmental Security Conflicts; Bertram I. Spector. Resource and Environmental Conflict: The State-of-the-Art; N. P. Gleditsch. Assessing Environmental Security? Theoretical Aspects of Environmental Security; H.C. Dyer. Cultural Differentiation as a Source of Environmental Conflict; Yannis N. Kinnas. Comparative Environmental Policy and Risk Assessment: Implications for Risk Communication, International Conflict Resolution and National Security; G. Schultink. Side-Stepping Environmental Conflicts: The Role of Natural-Hazards Assessment, Planning and Mitigation; N. Pinter, et al. The Security Diagram: An Approach to Quantifying Global Environmental Security; J. Alcamo, M. Endejan. A Case Study Approach. Environment and Security in Hungary; A. Vincze, L. Halász. Redefining Security Around the Baltic: Environmental Issues in a Regional Context; S.D. VanDeveer, G.D. Dabelko. Environment and Security Challenges in the Black Sea Region; I. Rudneva, E. Petzold-Bradley. Mechanisms of Environmental Security in Russia: Out of Order? V. Kotov, E. Nikitina. Democratization, Nationalism and Eco-Politics: The Slovak-Hungarian Conflict Over the Gabikovo-Nagymaros Dam System on the Danube; M. Sükösd. The Role of International and Environmental Institutions. Preventing Environmentally-Induced Conflicts through InternationalEnvironmental Policy; S. Oberthür. Environment and Security: Institutional Approaches within the European Union; M. Brusasco-Mackenzie. The UNECE Environmental Conventions: Their Role and Potential to Promote Conflict Prevention and Settlement of Disputes in Transboundary Environmental Issues; B. Bosnjakovic. Achievements and Limitations of International Environmental Regimes and Institutions in Positive Dispute Prevention: UNEP's Role; S.J.H. Hoefnagel, A.U.D. Bode.