Freedom from fear, freedom from want: an introduction to human security

"Adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want is a brief introduction to human security, conflict, and development. The book analyzes such key human security issues as climate change, crimes against humanity, humanitarian intervention, international law, pover...

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Main Author: Hanlon, Robert James
Contributors: Christie, Kenneth (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [2016]
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Availability in Tübingen:Present in Tübingen.
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Summary:"Adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want is a brief introduction to human security, conflict, and development. The book analyzes such key human security issues as climate change, crimes against humanity, humanitarian intervention, international law, poverty, terrorism and transnational crime, among others. The authors encourage readers to critically assess emerging threats while evaluating potential mechanisms of deterrence such as conflict resolution, economic development, diplomacy, peacekeeping, international law, and restorative justice. Concise yet comprehensive, Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want is an ideal text for human security courses."--
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:xii, 275 Seiten
ISBN:9781442609570
1442609575
9781442609587
1442609583