Rethinking Human Security
Gary King and Christopher J. L. Murray note that many attempts to ensure the territorial security of nation-states through military power have failed to improve their total human condition. In response, the international community has moved to combine economic development with military security and other basic human rights to form a new concept of “human security.” Unfortunately, by common assent the concept lacks either a clear definition or any agreed upon measure of it.
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North Korea and the West
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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