|Author (Corporate)||European Union Institute for Security Studies|
|Series Title||EUISS Chaillot Papers|
|Series Details||No.133, December 2014|
The last 20 years have brought huge reductions in global poverty, opening economic, political and personal opportunities for hundreds of millions of people and the countries where they live and work. This is changing old power balances, altering how humanity uses the earth’s scarce resources, and democratising – for good and for ill – access to many advanced technologies. Governance institutions are struggling to react to all these changes.
And while economic, demographic and technological trends will greatly influence the changing international balance of power, concerns of security and geopolitics will likely retain their own unique rationale. The first section of this Chaillot Paper explores these issues through thematic, and the second through geographic, lenses.
Written by Antonio Missiroli, Gerald Stang et al.
|Subject Categories||Security and Defence|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|