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Author Takahashi, Saul
Title Human Rights, Human Security, and State Security : The Intersection
Imprint Westport : ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2014
©2014
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Series Praeger Security International Ser
Praeger Security International Ser
Note Cover -- Volume 1 -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Set Introduction: The Perils of Sectionalism -- Volume Introduction: Human Rights -- 1 The Responsibility to Protect: "Never Again!" for the 21st Century? -- 2 Humanitarian Interventions: A Clash of Recent History -- 3 The International Criminal Court and the Arab Spring: Overcoming Bias, Increasing Engagement -- 4 Protecting Those We Like: Arab Civil Society Perspectives on Intervention and Protection -- 5 Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Human Rights -- 6 Suspension, Exception, Silence: Antiterrorism Discourses and the Challenges to Human Rights from State Security -- 7 Human Rights and Drug Control: The Importance of Children's Rights -- 8 The League of Arab States and the Arab Revolts -- 9 Applying International Human Rights Standards to the International Financial Institutions -- Index -- About the Editor and Contributors -- Volume 2 -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Volume Introduction: Human Security -- 1 A Road Still to Be Travelled: Human Security and a Continuing Search for Meaning -- 2 Border Securitization and Human Security -- 3 Migration and Security -- 4 Between National Security and Human Security: Lessons from Lebanon -- 5 Climate Change and Human Security: The Convergence on Policy Requirements -- 6 The Financialization of Agricultural and Energy Commodities: How the Financial Industry Forms a Bottleneck on Human Development, State Security, and Full Employment, and What to Do about It -- 7 Disconnecting Civil Society from Its Historical Extension: NGOs and Neoliberalism in Palestine -- 8 Military Engagement in Humanitarian Response -- 9 Putting Aid on Trial: An Emerging Theory of Change for How Palestinians Can Hold International Aid Actors Accountable to Human Rights Obligations
10 Ethical Problems of Emergency Humanitarian Aid: The Case of Japan -- 11 The Weak International Support for Human Security in Countries in Crisis: Cases of Humanitarian Interventions, Development, and the Environment -- 12 The Global Marshall Plan: Generosity and Genuine Caring for Others as a Path to Human Rights and Human Security -- Index -- About the Editor and Contributors -- Volume 3 -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Volume Introduction: State Security -- 1 Democratic Legitimacy and International Society: Debating a "League of Democracies" -- 2 The Politics and Geopolitics of the Global Democracy and Human Rights Order -- 3 The Democratization of the United Nations Organization: Ideal versus Real -- 4 The Triumph of Security over Humanity in the United Nations System -- 5 The Hobbesian Excuse: Where Is Sovereignty and Why Does It Matter? -- 6 Peace and Justice: Conflict Frames in Deeply Divided Societies -- 7 Nuclear Arms Proliferation and the Utility of the Nonproliferation Treaty Regime -- 8 Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons: As the Cornerstone of the International Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime -- 9 Israel's Security Industry as a Business Model: Conflict-Management Industry -- 10 Human Rights, Human Security, and the Military-Industrial Complex -- 11 UN Peace Operations: From National Security to Human Rights and Human Security -- Index -- About the Editor and Contributors
Provides insightful, informed viewpoints by scholars as well as policy makers and practitioners on human rights, human security, and national security, and how these three areas intersect Supplies innovative, even provocative thinking on the important issues facing national and international policy makers Offers diverse opinion essays by experts from a wide range of disciplines, supplying a balanced approach to the complex issues rather than a one-dimensional view Examines the intersections of topics such as poverty, migration, drug control, terrorism, environmental security, and international crime with human rights, human security, and national security policy issues
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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