“Security triangle” without the triangle

Having in the previous posting referenced the security triangle used in development and humanitarian work, I thought it would be worth taking another look at the concept. As I mentioned, the three elements in this model are (with brief definitions I adapted from other sources): Acceptance: Reduce the threat by fostering acceptance and positive image … Continue reading “Security triangle” without the triangle

WAWDT: The “Muslim ban” breaks the “security triangle”

Certainly the biggest "Why are we doing this?" (WAWDT) policy decision among many under the new administration so far is Executive Order (EO) 13769, titled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States," but widely known as the "Muslim ban." (The latter term is controversial, but seems appropriate based on its perceived … Continue reading WAWDT: The “Muslim ban” breaks the “security triangle”