1The concept of ‘human security’ has been increasingly under discussion among practitioners and in scholarly circles (Martin and Owen). In 1994, the Human Development Report of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) drew global attention to the idea, emphasizing the need for ‘people-centred development’ as the foundation of the global development agenda. The notion of human security is to approach security beyond a purely State-focused military angle, but also include humanitarian, political, economic, and social perspectives. In this spirit, the UN’s...
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