Water scarcity, the 1980s’ Palestinian uprising and implications for peace
research agenda. Freedman argues that ‘once
anything that generates anxiety or threatens the quality of life in some
respects becomes labelled a “security problem”, the field
risks losing all focus’ ( 1998 : 53; Walt, 1991 ).
Indeed not all environmental problems are relevant to security
studies. Most environmental issues have more to do with internationalco-operation, economics and demography than with
of classical antiquity onto
Greece’s post-war modernity and precarious state of affairs.
The Good Life was produced as part of the MP film
series The Changing Face of Europe (1951), with each film
focusing on one country and one theme (e.g. agriculture, health), but
within the framework of European and internationalco-operation. 34 Apart from this
common thread, each film in the series has a