Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and CEPSA researcher Joshua Busby provided summary and insight from the United Nations’ 23rd Conference of Parties (COP23) on Climate for Washington Post’s blog, “Monkey Cage.” The conference held in November in Bonn, Germany brought together all U.N. member nations and a plethora of non-state actors to discuss next steps for global climate governance.

In a recent report from the Strauss Center’s Mexico Security Initiative (MSI), authors Stephanie Leutert, Director of the Mexico Security Initiative, and Caitlyn Yates, MSI Graduate Research Assistant, examines migrants’ growing reliance on “invisible forms of transportation.”

Joshua Busby, Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and CEPSA lead researcher, recently presented “In Harms Way: Climate Security Vulnerability in Asia” at the COP23 climate change meeting in Bonn, Germany. 

This year’s recipients of the 2017 “Bobby R. Inman Award” for student scholarship on intelligence recently had their winning paper published in the journal Intelligence and National Security.

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