This book series will provide a coherent body of academic and practitioner insight capable of stimulating further consideration of the concept of human security, its impact on security scholarship and on the development of new security practices. The series will respond to a need for more empirical investigation, at the same time as expanding the theoretical parameters of human security particularly through integrating different disciplinary perspectives.
By Donald Wallace, Daniel Silander
April 20, 2018
This book examines the multiple strategies proposed by the international community for addressing global climate change (GCC) from both human and state-security perspectives. It examines what is needed from major states working within the UN framework to engage with the multiple dimensions of a ...
By Mary Kaldor, Iavor Rangelov, Sabine Selchow
April 11, 2018
This volume examines the EU’s Global Strategy in relation to human security approaches to conflict. Contemporary conflicts are best understood as a social condition in which armed groups mobilise sectarian and fundamentalist sentiments and construct a predatory economy through which they enrich ...
By Mary Kaldor, Mary Martin, Narcis Serra
June 16, 2017
This book examines how national security strategies relate to an emerging common European or global vision of security, and to human security ideas. Human security and national security are often regarded as competing and mutually antagonistic; the former was proposed and has been operationalised ...
By Ben Walter
June 07, 2017
This book employs the concept of human security to show what the term means from the perspective of women in Afghanistan. It engages with a well-established debate in academic and policy-making contexts regarding the utility of human security as a framework for understanding and redressing conflict...
By Sangmin Bae, Makoto Maruyama
December 12, 2014
This book critically assesses the human security challenges faced by states, focusing on how and to what extent the state is influenced by global structures and operations. Having grown rapidly since the 1990s, the field of human security has spawned a wide variety of academic research. This ...
By Courtney Hillebrecht, Tyler R. White, Patrice C. McMahon
February 05, 2014
The aim of this book is to analyse why and how states respond to human security, both at home and abroad. Although states still define security as "the defense of territory" from military attack, increasingly security pertains to the protection of human beings from violence. This violence can ...
By Mary Martin, Mary Kaldor
February 10, 2012
This edited book examines European external interventions in human security, in order to illustrate the evolution and nature of the European Union as a global political actor. In 2003, the EU deployed its first external mission under the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) with a military ...