Human Security

Dynamics Leading to Radicalization

Dynamics Leading to Radicalization

Radicalization is change in belief, feeling, or behaviour towards increased support for intergroup conflict. Terrorism is the worst outcome of radicalization. People are not born radical; unjust practices, social/political alienation and personal experiences radicalize them. In the prevailing era, the phenomena of radicalization is widespread. The developing as well as the developed world are all […]

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Security & Viability of NAP

Security & Viability of NAP

Though there is no fixed definition of the term “security” yet the most agreed definition is “the absence of fear and threat”. Security has been a changing phenomenon since “Westphalian model”. Security in 21st century stands the most complex than ever before. There are numerous factors, which have come into being affecting the traditional concept […]

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Ensuring Human Security in Thar

The issues related to human security gained prominence in developed states while the concept remains elusive in developing states where national security in narrowly defined parameters dominates the security debate within the state, and human security becomes a neglected subject. Earlier, human security was considered limited to violent threats to individuals and communities but, in the […]

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