Human Security in the African Sahel: Climate Change and Terrorism

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The concept of human security is a recently used concept, but it has evolved throughout history and has emerged since the end of the Cold War, where human security is not related to the more traditional concepts of security derived from the military analysis of the international relations model. However, human security is considered a hierarchy of human rights according to priorities based on the circumstances of each society and consistent with ideas of fear and need. Thus, it can be understood and clarified through issues related to human rights, such as the lack of food, medicine, care, education and security, as affirmed by all international agreements, including the 1945 United Nations Charter and the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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