Multilevel Security Governance: Reinventing Multilateralism through Multiregionalism

Felício, Tânia, (2007). Multilevel Security Governance: Reinventing Multilateralism through Multiregionalism. Human Security Journal, 5(Winter), 50-58

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  • Author Felício, Tânia
    Title Multilevel Security Governance: Reinventing Multilateralism through Multiregionalism
    Appearing in Human Security Journal
    Volume 5
    Issue No. Winter
    Publication Date 2007
    Place of Publication Paris
    Publisher CERI Program for Peace and Human Security
    Start page 50
    End page 58
    Language EN
    Abstract

    The anachronism of the traditional state centred security governance has led to the socalled crisis in multilateralism. Today's concept of global governance is in need of a redefinition that embraces the new context and concepts of security. A multilevel approach to security governance, based on the regional level, may be the key to overcome the present crisis of multilateralism.

    Copyright Holder The Copenhagen School
    Copyright Year 2007
    Copyright type All Rights Reserved
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