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The Routledge Handbook of Human Security


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Introduction, Mary Martin and Taylor Owen Part I: Concepts of Human Security 1. Birth of a Discourse, Amartya Sen 2. From definitions to investigating a discourse, Des Gasper 3. In Defense of the Broad View of Human Security, Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh 4. Human Security Thresholds, Taylor Owen 5. Filling the security gap. Human Security, Human Rights and Human Development, Mary Kaldor 6. Critical Perspectives on Human Security, Keith Krause 7. The Siren Song of Human Security, Ryerson Christie 8. Why Human Security?The Case for Resilience in an Urban Century, Peter Liotta and Aybuke Bilgin Part II: Human Security Applications 9. Violent conflict and the individual security dilemma, Mient Jan Faber and Martijn Dekker 10. Security and development. Context specific approaches to human insecurity, Richard Jolly 11. Human Security in the R2P Era, Lloyd Axworthy 12. Human Security and War, Jennifer Leaning 13. Human Security and Natural Disasters, Thea Hilhorst, Alp Ozerdem and Erin Smith 14. Food and Human Security, Robert Bailey 15. Navigating the 'national security' barrier:a human security agenda for arms control in the 21st century, Deepayan Basu Ray 16. Adjusting the Paradigm: A Human Security Framework for Combating Terrorism, Cindy R. Jebb and Andrew A. Gallo Part III: Human Security Actors 17. The United Nations and Human Security: Between Solidarism and Pluralism, Edward Newman 18. Japan and Networked Human Security, Yukio Takasu 19. The European Union and Human Security. The making of a global security actor, Javier Solana 20. The Pan-Africanization of Human Security, Thomas Kwasi Tieku 21. Human Security and Asia, Paul Evans Part IV: Human Security Tools 22. Econometrics and human security, Mansoob Murshed 23. From Concept to Method: The challenge of a human security methodology, Mary Martin and Denisa Kostovicova 25. Human Security Mapping, Taylor Owen 25. Human security: idea, policy, and law, Gerd Oberleitner Conclusion, Taylor Owen and Mary Martin

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Centre for Global Governance, London School of Economics, London, UK Oxford University, UK

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