Nbr. XII-1, September 2011
- Editors' Note
- Introductory Comments: The Pervasive, Persistent, and Profound Links Between Conflict and the Environment
- Natural Resources Conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: A Question of Governance?
- Water Crisis in the Murray-Darling Basin: A ustralia Attempts to Balance Agricultural Need with Environmental Reality
- Bankrupting Peace Spoilers: What Role for UN Peacekeepers?
- The Real Cost of China's Rare Earth Export Quotas on American Job Security
- High-value Natural Resources: A Blessing or a Curse for Peace?
- Weak Planning Process Frustrates Protection of Puerto Rico's Threatened Coastline
- Liquid Challenges: Contested Water in Central Asia
- A Case for the United States' Opposition of International and Domestic Coal Subsidies
- Natural Resource 'Conflicts' in the U.S. Southwest: A Story of Hype Over Substance
- Cuban Offshore Drilling: Preparation and Prevention Within the Framework of the United States' Embargo
- The Arctic Council: Gatekeeper or Doormat to the World's Next Major Resource Battle?
- Threats to a Sustainable Future: Water Accumulation and Conflict in Latin America
- Collaboration and the Ecology of Democracy