How Progressive Realism can help the Democratic World in the fight against the Security Implications of Climate Change

While these concerns grow, other geopolitical problems tend to further hinder the actual process of solving the consequences of climate change. An expected swing to the right in the European elections (whom tend to do not want to enforce the same policies as climateambitious parties), as well as the possible return of Trump – including even more American isolationism than during his first presidency – and a new changing global order do not predict a future in which global solutions and effective policy to climate change, its implications and other border-crossing problems can be solved effectively.

In this paper Jurre Kok (22) discusses the perspective, approach, discipline, paradigm, or however one wants to call it, through which the democratic world can tackle the security implications of climate change (and other bordercrossing problems) named: Progressive Realism.

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