IN-DEPTH: What does climate change have to do with the Egypto-Ethiopian Nile dispute and the internationalisation of the Amazon? W/ Anet McClintock & Professor Stephen M. Walt.
Anet is completing her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Relations and German at the University of Melbourne and is also a Senior Correspondent at the Young Diplomats Society, with a particular interest in Africa, development, gender and international security. Stephen M. Walt is the Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School and is a Contributing Editor at Foreign Policy magazine.
Emma and Anet discuss the Egypto-Ethiopian Nile dispute, international involvement in the conflict, the effects on regional communities, and whether we will see the militarization of the conflict.
Gen and Professor Stephen M. Walt will discuss the intersection between conflict, climate change and sovereignty, the challenges facing the internationalisation of climate change, and the globalisation of the Amazon in the climate change debate.
CREDITS: This episode is produced by the Young Diplomats Society on the lands of the Wurundjeri/Gadigal people. We pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the lands upon which we operate and live.