Post Tagged with: "human security"

Interview – Mary Kaldor

Interview – Mary Kaldor

Prof. Kaldor explains new wars, discusses the conflict in Syria and the role of civil society, her approach to human security, and subterranean politics in Europe.

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The Significance of the ‘Human Security’ Paradigm in International Politics

The topic of human security is multifaceted and demands caution when analysed in different contexts.

Review – Boko Haram

Review – Boko Haram

This well-informed book explains the colonial legacy that shaped Boko Haram’s historical rise, what divides North and South Nigeria and Boko Haram’s impact on Africa.

Review – “Lost” Causes

Review – “Lost” Causes

An invaluable title which meticulously explores complex relations among key actors to ask why so many salient issues are neglected by elite advocacy networks.

Human Security in the Age of Ebola: Towards People-centered Global Governance

Human Security in the Age of Ebola: Towards People-centered Global Governance

Successfully addressing public health crises requires development of a global community organized around the ethical obligation to provide human security while maintaining accountability to beneficiaries.

Human Security at Twenty: Civilizing Process or Civilizing Mission?

Human Security at Twenty: Civilizing Process or Civilizing Mission?

The problem for human security is that it continues to be articulated in terms unintelligible to the majority of the subjects in whose name it speaks: humanity.

The Hunger Games and Human Security

The Hunger Games and Human Security

The cinematic portrayal of The Hunger Games series offers insight into various elements of human security, and how one can be insecure in a society that is at peace.

Six Reasons Why the UN Security Council Should Not Discuss Climate Change

Six Reasons Why the UN Security Council Should Not Discuss Climate Change

Now may be the right time to shift attention from the UNSC to an alternative forum through which the implications of climate change could be discussed and solutions elicited.

Review – National, European and Human Security

Review – National, European and Human Security

National, European and Human Security examines whether, if at all, human security and national security have converged in the past decade, and how they currently co-exist.

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