A Decade of Human Security: Global Governance and New Multilateralisms

1st Edition

David R. Black, Sandra J. MacLean

Routledge
Published September 28, 2006
Reference - 264 Pages
ISBN 9780754647737 - CAT# Y235464
Series: Global Security in a Changing World

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Summary

Human security has been advanced as an alternative to traditional state-based conceptualizations of security, yet controversies about the use and abuse of the concept remain. Investigating innovations in the advancement of the human security agenda over the past decade, this book identifies themes and processes around which consensus for future policy action might be built. It considers the ongoing debates regarding the human security agenda, explores prospects and projects for the advancement of human security, addresses issues of human security as emerging forms of new multilateralisms and examines claims that human security is being undermined by US unilateralisms. This comprehensive volume explores the theoretical debate surrounding human security and details the implications for practical application. It will prove ideal for students of international relations, security studies and development studies.

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