Transboundary climate risks; external emergency assistance

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Presentation
International Conference on CLIMATE CHANGE AND FOOD SECURITY in South Asia (CCFS)

The presentation provides an understanding of the complexity of issues surrounding climate change, climate security and other forms of security issues by providing several cases. It describes transboundary risks (global), climate fragility risks (Japan), food security (India), and external assistance (all countries) cases to showcase the...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Politics and Governance

External emergency assistance (EEA) provided in the aftermath of a disaster has costs and benefits to the donor and recipient countries. Donors benefit from quick recovery feedback effects from the trade and cultural links, and recipient countries have additional resources to manage the emergency. However, EEA costs could outweigh the benefits...