Conference Proceeding Article
The concept of human security as a new paradigm presents a particular challenge for East Asia. While the region experienced dramatic political, economic and social transformations in the last few decades, much of the region’s key security concerns are state-focused. In fact East Asian regional security structures that are products of the Cold War era have remained largely intact.
Asian Studies | Defense and Security Studies | Political Science
Human security in East Asia: International Conference on Human Security in East Asia, Seoul, June 16-17 2003
Korean National Commission for UNESCO
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TANG, James T. H., "A regional approach to human security in East Asia: Global debate, regional insecurity and the role of civil society" (2004). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 2374.
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