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Why human security matters : rethinking Australian foreign policy

Author: Dennis Altman
Publisher: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Threats to Australian security today are more likely to come from climate change or international criminal networks than in the form of a military attack. Why Human Security Matters sets a framework  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dennis Altman
ISBN: 9781743312025 1743312024
OCLC Number: 801471503
Notes: Record machine-generated from publisher information.
Description: 228 pages
Contents: Contributors1 Introduction: Why human security matters - Dennis Altman2 Human security: From theory to practice - Joseph A Camilleri3 In defence of breadth: The broad approach to human security - Stephen James4 Human security and national security: The Australian context - Joseph A Camilleri5 Australia's global security: A model national strategy for a more secure world - Anthony Burke6 Human security and the politics of security - Matt McDonald7 Australia's 'new engagement' with Africa: What role for human security? - David Mickler8 Security from below: An alternative perspective on human security - Gerhard Hoffstaedter and Chris Roche9 The prevention of mass atrocities: From principle to Australian foreign policy - Alex J Bellamy10 Conclusion: The political virtues of human security - Robyn EckersleyIndex
Responsibility: edited by Denis Altman [and others].

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