IJSSH 2015 Vol.5(1): 54-57 ISSN: 2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2015.V5.421

Human Security as a Problematic Area of Contact between Politics and Science: The Peculiarities of East Asia

Sergey Yachin
Abstract—The problem of human security in international relations is becoming increasingly important replacing and pushing on the back burn the problems of national and state security. The nature of the argumentation is changing in the protection of all types of security. International expert communities (epistemic communities) are engaged into the disputes of national and state interests as arbitrators since they are able to develop independent forecasts and recommendations. This trend could easily be seen in East Asia though it falls behind the political tendencies of the West.

Index Terms—Epistemic communities, international expert communities, human security.

Sergey Yachin is with the Far Eastern Federal University, Russia (e-mail: yachin@land.ru).

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Cite: Sergey Yachin, " Human Security as a Problematic Area of Contact between Politics and Science: The Peculiarities of East Asia," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 54-57, 2015.

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