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environmental consequences such as “destabilizing levels of internal migration” in developing countries and more
immigration into the United States. The U.S. military will face increasing pressure to deal with these crises, which will
further put our military at risk and require already strapped resources to be sent abroad. A2: Impact Defense
Conflicts over natural resources are the most probable scenario for global war
Klare 2006 (Michael- professor of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College, March 7,
It's official: the era of resource wars is upon us. In a major London address, British Defense Secretary John Reid warned that global climate
change and dwindling natural resources are combining to increase the likelihood of violent conflict over land, water and
energy. Climate change, he indicated, “will make scarce resources, clean water, viable agricultural land even scarcer”—and this will “make...
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