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Assignment: Reveron and Mahoney-Norris, Chapters 6-7, pp. 159-210.
MacFarlane and Khong, Chapters 4-6, pp. 143-224.
Hindwan, Manvi. “Food Security: A Drive Towards Sustainability and Zero Hunger.” World Affairs:
The Journal of International Issues Vol. 4, No. 24 (Winter-October-December 2018): pp. 122-135. Food Security (fdu.edu)
Englehart, Neil A. “State Capacity, State Failure, and Human Rights.” Journal of Peace Research Vol. 46, No. 2 (March 2009): pp. 163-180. State Capacity, State Failure, and Human Rights (fdu.edu)
Please respond to the following questions:
Health Security: In Chapter Six, Reveron and Mahoney-Norris direct their attention to the category of Health Security. We have all experienced the effects that the global pandemic has wrought.
In this era of globalization, health threats do not respect borders, especially with the ease of travel. How are global health, human, and national security connected? Cyber Security:
In Chapter Seven, Reveron and Mahoney-Norris turn their attention and look closely at cyber security threats. These threats are real. As we are just a few days away from the midterm elections in the U.S., we see an increase in security against electoral interference. These threats are both domestic and international. It is not only our electoral process that is challenged but our privacy as well
How do such risks pose an increasing threat to our way of life? Is enough being done at an international level to quell these risks?
Is the U.S. doing enough to prevent those nations deemed our adversaries, such as China, Russia, and Iran connected to cyber threats in the U.S., from doing enough to protect the American public?
Food Security (Insecurity):
In the additional reading by Manvi Hindwan, the author discusses certain innovations in biotechnology that could alter the food “insecurity” narrative and see the world reach Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1 & 2 – No Poverty and No Hunger.
What is your impression of the author’s argument? Do you believe reaching SDGs 1-2 is achievable? How has COVID-19 contributed to food insecurity? Political Security:
In the additional reading by Neil A. Englehart, the author delves into what is a very serious issue in international relations today: The state’s responsibility to protect its populations within its own borders from human rights abuses. We can point to several examples where the state has failed its citizens in this regard: Syria, Bosnia, Rwanda, and Cambodia to name just a few.
This article not only deals with political security but also the category of personal security.
Do you believe that a state (nation/country) has a right to protect its own citizens? Does a state have a responsibility to protect, assist, and engage its citizens in this regard? This question ties into what is known as the doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) developed at the 2005 World Summit at the UN.
What are the political security ramifications globally for weak and failing states? How should the international community respond to the challenges?
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