Human Security

Date - 10 / 12 / 2016

Human Security

There is a significant hole in the scholarly literature, and in much policy-level understanding, of evolving security challenges across the Atlantic space, particularly how challenges related to the security of the individual, i.e. ”human” security, as well as the security of the many arteries linking the EU to its Atlantic partners, i.e. ”flow” security, are interacting across the region. This research activity will advance knowledge of these phenomena and their interlinkages; help frame security policy debates within a modern context of the EU as an Atlantic actor; exchange practice regarding the effectiveness of EU and other regional governance mechanisms; and explore principles and codes of conduct that might usefully inform new types of pan-Atlantic network to combat such challenges.

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