Essays about: "social security"

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  1. 1. Hong Kong Under the One Country, Two Systems Policy ——Through the Case study of Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement to exploring the identity and ontological security issues of Hong Kongese

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen; Lunds universitet/Graduate School; Lunds universitet/Pedagogik; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Global Studies

    Author : Jichen Zhao; [2021]
    Keywords : Hong Kong; One Country Two System Policy; Ontological Security; Identity; colony; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Traditional security studies focuses primarily on physical threats to the state. By contrast, the ontological security framework argues that individuals feel secure when they are able to maintain a communal narrative. Such a framework lends itself to an analysis of the impact of identity continuity on security. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Price of a Green Consciousness : Social impacts of carbon forestry projects

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för samhällsstudier (SS)

    Author : Jasmine Brown; [2021]
    Keywords : Climate compensation; Sustainable development; Tree planting; Uganda; Mozambique;

    Abstract : Scholars and civil society organizations have over the last decade referred to large-scale carbon sequestration TPPs as "carbon colonialism" (Carmody and Taylor, 2016) as well as a "development by dispossession" dressed in new clothing behind words such as climate change mitigation and development (Kröger, 2012). Concerns have been raised that the trade-offs from the implementation of industrial tree plantations (ITPs) may result in conflicting effects on countries' overall development (The Oakland Institute, 2019; Osborne, 2015; Nel & Hill, 2013). READ MORE

  3. 3. “They only talk about the trees” - An analysis of relations of power and justice in the (de)construction of Nepal’s Second International Airport

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Hanna Geschewski; [2021]
    Keywords : Land rights; Political Ecology; Justice; Nepal; Sustainability Science; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : While calls to reduce air travel have emerged in many high-income countries, Nepal, with only one international airport, is still striving to improve its air connectivity. In 2015, the government resumed its 1995 plan to build a second international airport near Nijgadh, a town in the southern plains. READ MORE

  4. 4. Weaponized malware, physical damage, zero casualties – what informal norms are emerging in targeted state sponsored cyber-attacks? : The dynamics beyond causation: an interpretivist-constructivist analysis of the US media discourse regarding offensive cyber operations and cyber weapons between 2010 and 2020

    University essay from Försvarshögskolan

    Author : Margarita Sallinen; [2021]
    Keywords : constructivism; critical discourse analysis; cyber operations; cyber security; cyber warfare; cyber weapons; interpretivism; informal norms; media; war studies;

    Abstract :  In 2010, the discovery of the malicious computer worm Stuxnet shocked the world by its sophistication and unpredictability. Stuxnet was deemed as the world’s first cyber weapon and started discussions concerning offensive cyber operations – often called “cyber warfare” – globally. READ MORE

  5. 5. A trinitarian analysis on how The United Nations Security Council failed to protect Timor-Leste's Independence and Human Rights through political action 1960-1999

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

    Author : Evelina Skagerlind; [2021]
    Keywords : Timor-Leste; East Timor; United Nations; Security Council; Independence; Human Rights; Colonialism; East Timor Question; Veto; International Relations; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The aim of this study is to research how the United Nations (UN) through the Security Council (SC) failed to act politically to protect the independence and human rights of Timor-Leste 1960-1999. 1960 Timor-Leste was acknowledged by the UN as a non-self-governing territory and so remained until the referendum of independence 1999. READ MORE