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Viability of Human Security

From Concept to Practice

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The Viability of Human Security: From Concept to Practice
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This volume elaborates on the EU report A Human Security Doctrine for Europe, adding an engaging discussion of international legal consequences and operational demands in the European Union's quest for domestic security. Introducing the concept of "Human Security from Below," the editors highlight how people in war-torn countries have no choice but to create their own security arrangements. But such structures, surprisingly, are not unique to war zones, the contributors reveal-human security initiatives from below occur in even the most stable Western countries. Arguing that human security as a concept only makes sense if it covers both foreign and domestic policy concerns, The Viability of Human Security offers concise insights on this largely neglected topic. This title is available in the OAPEN Library - http://www.oapen.org.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents - 6 Part 1 Introduction - 8 1 Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Human Security - 10 Part 2 Top-Down Human Security Policies - 20 2 From Just War to Just Peace - 22 3 Failing Global Justice and Human Security - 48 4 Governing Transnational Law enforcement in the EU: Accountability after Fusing Internal and External Security - 72 5 The Lack of Coherence between Internal and External Security Policies of the European Union - 98 6 Ambidextrous Military - 110 Part 3 Human Security Policies from Below - 126 7 Human Security, the Military and the (Israeli) State: 'In-Between Organistaions' at Checkpoints - 128 8 Human Scurity from Below: Freedom from Fear and Lifeline Operations - 150 9 Human Security from Below: Palestinian Citizens Protection Strategies, 1988-2005 - 180 10 Human Security rom Below: Loacal Security Networks in the Netherlands - 204 Part 4 Conclusion - 224 11 Speaking or Doing Human Security? - 226 About the Authors - 256 Index - 258

Author Biography

Monica den Boer is dean of the Police Academy of the Netherlands and professor of comparative public administration at the Free University of Amsterdam. Jaap de Wilde is professor of international relations at the University of Groningen.
Release date Australia
February 29th, 2008
Contributors
Edited by Jaap de Wilde Edited by Monica den Boer
Country of Publication
Netherlands
Imprint
Amsterdam University Press
Pages
272
Dimensions
156x234x15
ISBN-13
9789053567968
Product ID
2534515

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