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Sustainable Security Blog Relaunched!

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12 February 2014


We are pleased to announce the re-launch of our blog, SustainableSecurity.org! Our blog now has a brand new look, new writers from the academic and practitioner community and a growing international readership. 

SustainableSecurity.org is space to debate, discuss and develop a better understanding of modern insecurity within a 'sustainable security' framework. It emphasises the need for integrated and preventive approaches to today’s complex security challenges.


SustainableSecurity.org is a project of our Sustainable Security programme. The blog was originally launched in September 2009, on the 8th anniversary of 9/11. It was redesigned and relaunched at the end of 2013.

Through topical discussion pieces, we explore the integrated, preventive policies that are needed to solve today's security threats at source. The website is a platform for promoting a better awareness of the challenges to global security in the 21st century and the policies that should be implemented to address those threats at their root cause.

Our blog draws together the best new thinking and analysis from around the world. As well as providing a platform for reactive analysis to some of today's emergent security crises, our articles highlight a number of key drivers of modern insecurity, including climate change and global weapons proliferation.


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