Conclusion Introduction Network security exists because of the vital business need to electronically communicate and share information. If information only needs to be accessed by one person, simple isolation techniques alone would eliminate the need for any further levels of security. However, networks are all about the sharing of programs and data, both internally and externally.
It means protecting people from critical and pervasive threats and situations, building on their strengths and aspirations. It also means creating systems that give people the building blocks of survival, dignity and livelihood.
To do this, it offers two general strategies: Protection shields people from dangers. Empowerment enables people to develop their potential and become full participants in decision-making.
This paper examines preventive human security within the sphere of human security in the 21st century. My attention was drawn to the subject of peacekeeping in the 21st century as the solution to a plausible reality that may impose itself upon us in the future.
In light of an increasingly sovereignty-sensitive yet globalizing world, and given the prospect that violence-related trends will persist war-related fatalities will move up to be the 15th leading cause of death in the year Peden, McGee and Sharma, ; has the international community overlooked the possibility of threats emanating from current humanitarian concerns and global predispositions?
And finally, is the international community prepared to meet potential security challenges that emanate from these threats?
Conflict, illiteracy, povertyhunger, water scarcity and pollution among other human sustainability threats continue to be some of the more pressing topics placed at the top of the global agenda at the dawn of the 21st century. Human security provides a framework in which such critical components as those above may be addressed.
If the notation is true and wars between states are becoming less common while wars within them are on the rise Hoffman, all the meanwhile weaker states in particular have always had to struggle not only to maintain effective control within and over their borders but also to exclude external authority Kanser,it becomes clear then that preventive security today and well into the future will remain central to the process of moving forward with ensuring human survivability.
The Threats of the Threats Globalization, irregardless of the definition you use, is apparently encompassing the world, in some instances slowly and in others surely. This increase in global interactiveness and interdependence begins to highlight the fact that different societies have become dependent upon one another.
Like technologythe economy and diplomacy, conflict too has demonstrated its global tendencies, as modern history has repeatedly demonstrated. It has the tendency to encompass the world; hence it too is very closely related to globalization.
The world is shrinking, not only because of globalization but also due to the rapid increase in global population.
There is less room for people in the 21st century then at any other time in history. Aside from an increasing population and the issue of population securitythe global community finds itself facing other serious challenges.
The three cornerstones of this paper are: Food Security and Hunger: Over million people in the world are undernourished.
However, there is enough food in the world today for every man, woman and child to lead a healthy and productive life Netaid, n. The latter portion of this statistic is quite frightening, especially when considered through the scope of human security; given that the hungry can find food elsewhere and in many instances within geographic proximity some may take matters into their own hands and as a result pursue aggressive means of securing this much needed food supply.
Furthermore, the statistics become shocking when thought of as a daily occurrence; about 25, people [worldwide] die every day of hunger or hunger-related causes poverty. Rising food prices and increased demand have created a global state of instability and unpredictability.
In A report published by Brookings Global Experts noted that: Depleting Natural Resources; Oil and Water both stand out as the two main components of this category.
Infact conflict over water supplies is hardly a new issue as it has been the cause of clashes between nations for many decades, even centuries prior to the start of the 21st century. However, with the current concerns over global warming, one could say that water resources will only be depleting more rapidly during the 21st century, hence increasing the potential of resource wars.
One can only imagine what implications this could have on already turbulent regions such as The Middle East and Africa, where UNEP has recognized that they both provoke perhaps the greatest concern about water shortage: Furthermore a study carried out by the College of Agri culture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona established that more than a dozen nations receive most of their water from rivers that cross borders of neighboring countries that are viewed as hostile.
These include Botswana, Bulgaria, Cambodia, the Congo, Gambia, the Sudan, and Syria, all of whom receive 75 percent or more of their fresh water from the river flow of often hostile upstream neighbors UoA, n. The majority of nations worldwide suffering from a lack or depletion in the amounts of safe drinking water are closely bound by nations that have access to water, the same argument goes to say that where one nation faces national catastrophe, a neighboring nation is home to that much needed commodity.
It does not take a lot of research and thought to realize that what is needed must be sought; hence there will be a constant threat of conflict looming in the 21st century.
So why these three concerns in particular? Secondly if history has shown us anything, it has proven that when demand for resources outweighs supply and when the distribution is perceived to be grossly unfair, public frustration can spark civil strife Brainard, Chollet, Nelson, Iweala and Rice, Combined, this can spark trans or intra-border conflict, directly or indirectly.
As mentioned earlier, they lay the grounds for conflict. In preparing to meet the threats posed by such threats it becomes clear that for the international community to tackle such issues, there would have to be answers made available to some crucial questions; how can global institutions be better equipped to tackle these issues?A report from The Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by THE MEANING OF SECURITY IN THE 21st CENTURY Understanding root causes of security threats— and steps companies can take now.
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The fraud being committed over the Internet is the same type of white collar fraud the FBI has traditionally investigated but poses additional concerns and challenges because of the new. Food Insecurity and the Threat to Global Stability and Security in the 21st Century In , over , Syrian farmers were forced from their land due to water shortages.
Lack of water left these farmers dangerously food insecure, so they moved, en masse, into Syrian urban centers.
That is what futurework: trends and challenges for work in the 21st century seeks to do. It is designed to inform readers—policy-makers, scholars, employers, workers, trade unionists, and advocates—to provoke questions and to stimulate dialogue.
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