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Contesting Sovereignty: Human Security as a New Justification for War?

Abstract : [...] Jorge Nef, one of the founding fathers of the European International Studies Association, was among the first to use the term "human security" (HS) at the end of 1980s. He established the link between the end of bipolarity and the emergence of HS. Does this represent a paradigm shift or simply hot air? [...]
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Frédéric Ramel. Contesting Sovereignty: Human Security as a New Justification for War?. Daniel Brunstetter; Jean-Vincent Holeindre. The Ethics of War and Peace Revisited. Moral Challenges in an Era of Contested and Fragmented Sovereignty, Georgetown University Press, 2018, 9781626165069. ⟨hal-03394049⟩

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