Human Security and Myanmar’s Response to Cyclone Nargis: More Continuity than Change
This paper aims to examine whether the government of Myanmar has dedicated attention to human security after so many years of prioritizing state and regime security. Based on the paper’s content and other authors’ observation, this paper makes two interrelated argument. First, the government of Myanmar continues to undertake a halfhearted effort to protect human security. Second, the government’s half-hearted approach to human security primarily reflects deep concern of foreign intervention.
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