New Interfaces between Security and Development: Changing Concepts and Approaches
New interfaces between security and development: changing concepts and approaches/Stephan Klingebiel (ed.), Bonn: Dt. Inst. für Entwicklungspolitik, 2006
164 Pages Posted: 7 Apr 2014
Date Written: January 15, 2006
For some years the nexus of development and security has been a key conceptual and also political issue. The associated debates are wide-ranging, extending from the basic question of the relationship between development and security to the concrete interaction of military and civil actors in a given post-conflict situation. The edited volume seeks to contribute to this debate by considering various dimensions of the subject.
The volume compromises contributions from the following authors: Jakkie Cilliers, Mark Duffield, Ann M. Fitz-Gerald, Stephan Klingebiel, Clive Robinson, Necla Tschirgi.
Keywords: Security, development, development security nexus, post-conflict, fragile states, development policy, development cooperation
JEL Classification: F3, F35, H77, 02
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