Globalization, Human Security, and the African Experience

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Caroline Thomas, Peter Wilkin
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
Explores issues surrounding the globalization of world politics. Drawing on the African experience, the book establishes the context of the security debate, sets out the relationship between globalization and security, and explores the challenges posed to the realization of security.
 

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Contents

Human Security and Class in a Global Economy
23
Feminist Perspectives on Security in a Global Economy
41
Jan Aart Scholte
59
Justice and Security
85
Security in the Senegal River Basin
101
Human Security and Economic Genocide in Rwanda
117
Mohamed A Mohamed Salih
127
Security and StateSociety Crises in Sierra Leone and Liberia
145
The Erosion of the State and
163
Furthering the Debate on Human Security
179
List of Acronyms
185
About the Contributors
205
About the Book 211
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