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Human Security: An Analysis of the Dissemination of an Idea in World Politics

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Human Security of the Indigenous Peoples in the Arctic. The Sami Case

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Responsibility to Protect and Human Security: Doctrines Destroying or Strengthening the Sovereignty?

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Human Security versus Human Development - Behavioristic Approach

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Vulnerabilities and Threats to Human Security Generated by an Ineffective Educational System

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The present trend towards globalization has led to people changing their views on possible threats to their existence. Nowadays, we witness a diversification of vulnerabilities and threats to human security, as well as a progressive reduction of our resilience. The article attempts to correlate the 5 dimensions of national security, as identified by the Copenhagen School of Security, with the problems of the Romanian educational system, explaining how these problems can become threats to the security of Romanian citizens. It offers an overview of the problems of the Romanian educational system, and the threats and vulnerabilities derived from them towards human security. It also suggests solutions to problems and indicators for monitoring progress.

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Correlation Between Human Development and Sustainable Development – Condition of Human Security

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IoT and EU Law – E-Human Security

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The new realities brought on us by the growing usage of IoT devices should be paralleled by new sets of paradigms and regulations, in order to not only accomplish the raise in the living standards of people but also to increase their level of human security. The IoT devices, as well as, in whole, the virtually completely internet connected society we live in today, need strong and clear rules and regulations, need laws that can help maintain and improve the cyber-security level. While being able to electronically track one’s children, by a multitude of IoT and other electronic devices, it is a great and useful feature we have to take into account that the same information, now shared over the internet, might also get into the wrong hands and lead to unpleasant or even dangerous situations.

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Public Health in the Framework of the International Security. A Constructive Approach

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Irregular Warfare And (In)Security In The Horn Of Africa

References [1] Laura M. Herța, “Humanitarian Intervention and Human Security – Sociological, Critical, and Constructivist Approaches to (In)security in Africa”, in Valentin Naumescu (ed.), Democracy and Security in the 21st Century: Perspectives on a Changing World , Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014, p. 349 [2] Lotta Harbom; Peter Wallensteen, “Patterns of major armed conflicts, 2000–2009”, in SIPRI Year Book 2010 , Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 2010, pp. 62-63 [3] Barry Buzan; Lene Hansen, The

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Relationship between Security and Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism: A Case of Introducing Body Scanners in Civil Aviation

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