We envision a world in which security is defined not by militarism and fear, but by human well-being, global solidarity, and a livable planet.
Security in Context’s team of international scholars foregrounds the needs of societies over states to demonstrate why rethinking military and security policy is key to addressing the world’s most pressing problems, including global inequalities and environmental injustice.
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• Financialization and Militarism
• Legacies of the Global War on Terror
• Political Economy of Multipolarity and New South-South Relations
• War and Institutional Change
• Endemic Infrastructures
The Security in Context Global Research Network brings together centers, organizations, and scholars in a North-South dialogue. The goal is to produce new perspectives and enhance our collective understanding about the multiple sources of (in)security for societies worldwide, particularly in the global South at the economic, political, and social levels.
This is a monthly roundup of news articles, reports, and other materials focusing on (in)security issues and reflects a wide variety of opinions.