n African Security Review - Food security and humanitarian emergencies in Southern Africa : editorial

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Extracted from text ... The end of the Cold War in 1989 opened the way for a resumption of a more open debate on security issues, freed from the shackles of ideologically expressed bloc formation. In some respects the years that followed saw the re-emergence of the human rights debate that had characterised the years immediately following the end of World War II, and the foundation of the UN. Not least among those urging a broadening and deepening of the concept of security has been the current UN secretarygeneral, Kofi Annan, who has time and again drawn attention to the importance of making ..


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