Climate change as the global security risk factor: A case study of darfur, Sudan
Climate change (CC) is the present reality of the planet earth. It brought several negative effects. Among them ‘conflict’ is being considered as one. Though there is enough debate on CC as a direct causal effect on conflict. But the evidences that are occurring as the direct manifestation of CC cannot be ignored either. Forced migration due to extreme weather conditions is one of those parameters. It is taking the shape of a global security risk by contributing and igniting civil wars and conflicts in several regions. This study will focus on the case of Darfur, Sudan. The continuous civil war stricken region poses a serious threat to the region and lapse of severe human rights. The role of the international community and the national government will be covered as well. The study will debate as to how far the link between CC and conflict is valid and true.