National, European and Human Security
From Co-Existence to Convergence (Routledge Studies in Human Security)
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|Format: ||Hardback, 192 pages|
|Other Information: ||4 black & white tables, 1 black & white line drawings|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 16 July 2012|
Employing a discourse-based methodology, this book examines European national security strategies to see how the strategy in question relates to an emerging common European or global vision of security, on the one hand, and, on the other, to human security ideas.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Mary Martin, Mary Kaldor and Narcis Serra 1. French Security Policy: A Human Security Perspective, Genevieve Schmeder 2. Past Present: The Development Of German Security Strategy After The Cold War, Thomas Bauer 3. A 'Force For Good'? British National Security And Human Security In An Age Of Counter-Terrorism, Natasha Marhia and Chloe Davies 4. Spain's National Security Strategy From A Human Security Perspective: Getting Close But Not That Close, Gemma Collantes-Celador 5. Swedish Security Strategy In The Twenty-First Century: What Role For Human Security?, Arita Holmberg 6. The Hidden Human Security Dimension Of The Czech Security Policy, Milos Balaban, Antonin Rasek and Libor Stejskal 7. Human Security As A 'Floating Signifier': Russia's Re-Interpretation Of The Concept, Andrey S.Makarychev
About the Author
Mary Martin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of International Development, London School of Economics. Mary Kaldor is Professor of Global Governance and director of the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, at the London School of Economics. Narcis Serra is the Chairman of the Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI).
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