August 11, 2009
Analysts concluded that massive migrations, refugee crises, and social upheaval could bring down national governments, increase support for non-state groups, and destabilize large regions.
Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia were among some of the most vulnerable areas, due to current social conditions and the increased threat of food and water shortages, flooding, and refugee situations.
Additionally, climate change poses direct threats to the hundreds of US military bases around the world.
New York Times