Human Security on Foreign Policy Agendas. Changes, Concepts and Cases, INEF-Report 80

Tobias Debiel, Sascha Werthes
Content Type
Working Paper
Institute for Development and Peace
When the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) published its 1994 report, nobody expected that the human security concept outlined within it would attract so much attention from politicians and academics alike. This is all the more astonishing as the concept has provoked a lot of criticism ever since its first appearance due to its excoriated analytical ambiguity and its disputed political appropriateness.
Security, Defense Policy, Human Rights, International Political Economy, United Nations
Political Geography
United States, Japan, Europe, Asia