Human Security with an Asian Face?

January 2010
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies;Winter2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p83
Academic Journal
The article analyzes the implication of the emergence of an Eastphalian order for efforts to improve human security. It analyzes the concept of human security and its relevance to international law and global governance. The efforts of Japan to embrace the human security concept in its foreign policy are discussed. The article also discusses whether the emergence of a more Asian-centric international system can establish a distinctive Asian contribution to the problems the concept of human security was made to address.


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