Global Security and Transnational Threats: TRANSCEND Report

Global Security and Transnational Threats


This report discusses several transnational challenges to security: trends in armed conflicts and human security, poverty, disease, forced migration, climate change and conflict and violence against women. Throughout this chapter, I adopt a human security perspective, defining security broadly. Transnational threats are defined as challenges to the safety and well-being of states and peoples which defy national or regional boundaries, and which cannot be resolved by national action alone.

Sections include;Trends in Armed Conflicts and Human Security, Poverty, Disease, Refugees and Forced Migration, Climate Change, Violence Against Women.

The full report can be read here