Michael Werz and Max Hoffman discuss the troubling relationship between climate change, migration, and international security.
Issue Brief Food security and climate change are already contributing to human suffering and eroding state structures. The United States should incorporate food and climate analysis fully into foreign and security policy to anticipate the next crisis.
Michael Werz argues that innovative forms of trans-Atlantic cooperation are needed, including recognition by Europe and the United States that Turkey, the Middle East, and North Africa share important political and economic ties.
Issue Brief The United States and Europe should cooperate to help at-risk countries address the challenges of climate change and demographic growth.
President Erdoğan has won a major electoral victory. Now, he must decide whether to continue his strategy of confrontation or move to ease tensions in a polarized country.
Michael Werz and Max Hoffman discuss how climate change will increasingly threaten humanity’s shared interests and collective security across the globe, but particularly in the least developed countries.
Issue Brief Turkey heads to the polls on June 7 for its closest general election in years, with profound implications for this key U.S. ally.
Michael Werz and Max Hoffman write about the impact of climate change on African migration.
Michael Werz and Max Hoffman argue that, if the city of Kobani falls, it will be both a human tragedy and a strategic setback.
Report The United States must rethink its policy toward Kurdish political groups in its pursuit of regional stability.
Michael Werz discusses the rocky relationship between the United States and Germany.
Report This report examines the implications of the nexus of climate change, migration, and security in five Chinese hotspots. Our analyses highlight the overlays of these factors in key regions and discuss their impact on domestic and regional policymaking.
Issue Brief The upcoming Turkish elections will shape the future of a key NATO ally.
The Turkish prime minister’s statement blaming Israel for last month’s military coup in Egypt is simply another attempt to divert attention away from Turkey’s serious issues.