The Fragility of Cities and What to Do About It

Eighty percent of the world’s cities are “fragile cities,” posing manifold risks to their residents, countries, and regions. Robert Mullah, a security and development specialist, looks at the case of Colombia, which provides an inspiring example of how cities can “design out” fragility and promote resilience.

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