Human security approach to global issues

What does a human security approach to global issues mean, and what would it have looked like in a country like Afghanistan?

Read this article by Jonathan Granoff (President of the Global Security Institute, attorney, recipient of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award of the American Bar Association International Law Section, 2014 nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize, and Fellow and Trustee of the World Academy of Arts and Science) and Garry Jacobs (President of the World Academy of Art and Science). They write: “Seeking and finding solutions hinges on reaching a new, unprecedented level of international coherence. It will require a new leadership paradigm to meet real human needs, a new moral compass for leadership that is both practical and inspirational.”

Human security approach to global issues
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