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Selected Publications on human security:

  • Menschliche Sicherheit in Postkonfliktsituationen
    Vortrag von Wolfgang Benedek (Direktor des ETC, Institutsvorstand des Instituts für Völkerrecht der Universität Graz)
    gehalten bei der Tagung "Krisenmanagement und Krisen-Intervention" des Europäischen Forums Alpbach und des Herbert-Batliner-Europainstituts (Diplomatische Akademie Wien, 10.-12. November 2003)
  • The Human Security Network: Achievements of the Austrian Presidency and Future Objectives
    Presentation by Dr. Georg Mautner-Markhof (Director of the Department for Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law and Minority Issues, Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs)
    at the ETC's International Summer Academy on Human Rights and Human Security (Graz, 1 September 2003)
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Markus Möstl, Matthias C. Kettemann, Mainstreaming Human Security: A Research Agenda, in: Benedek/Kettemann/Möstl (eds.), Mainstreaming Human Security in Peace Operations and Crisis Management. Policies, Problems, Potential, Routledge, London 2010, 1-11 (with Wolfgang Benedek und Markus Möstl).
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Markus Möstl, Matthias C. Kettemann, A Roadmap towards Mainstreaming Human Security, in: Benedek/Kettemann/Möstl (eds.), Mainstreaming Human Security in Peace Operations and Crisis Management. Policies, Problems, Potential, Routledge, London 2010, 245-257 (with Wolfgang Benedek und Markus Möstl)
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, The Human Security Approach to Terrorism and Organized Crime in Post-Conflict Situations, in: Wolfgang Benedek, Christopher Daase, Vojin Dimitrijevic, Petrus van Duyne (eds.), Transnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace Building. Human Security in the Western Balkans, Palgrave Macmillan, Great Britain 2010, 3-16.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Mainstreaming human security in United Nations and European Union peace and crises management operations: policies and practice, in: Wolfgang Benedek/Matthias C. Kettemann/Markus Möstl (eds.), Mainstreaming Human Security in Peace Operations and Crises Management. Policies, Problems, Potential, London/New York, Routledge, 2010, 13-31.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, The Role of Education for Sustainable Peace-Building, in: Ernst M. Felberbauer, Predrag Jurekovic and Frederic Labarre (Eds.), Supporting Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Challenge of Reaching Self-Sustainability in a Post-War Environment, National Defense Academy, Vienna 2009, 183-204.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang,   and Kettemann, Matthias C., Menschliche Sicherheit und Menschenrechte, in Claudia Ulbert/Sascha Werthes (eds.), Menschliche Sicherheit. Globale Herausforderungen und regionale Perspektiven, Nomos, Baden-Baden 2008, 94-109.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Human Security and Human Rights Interaction, in: Moufida Goucha and John Crowley (eds.), Rethinking Human Security, International Social Science Journal 2008, 7-17.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Die Relevanz des Konzepts der menschlichen Sicherheit für die persönliche Sicherheit, in: Martin H. W. Möllers/Robert Chr. Van Ooyen (eds.), Jahrbuch Öffentliche Sicherheit 2006/2007, Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft, Clemens Lorei, Frankfurt, 2007, 519-533.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Human Rights and Human Security: Challenges and Prospects, in: Alice Yotopoulos-Marangopoulos (ed.), L’Etat Actuel des Droits de l’Homme dans le Monde, Defis et Perspectives, Conférence internationale à l’occasion du 25e anniversaire d’activités de la FMDH, Editions A Pedone, Paris, 2006, 97-110.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Der Beitrag des Konzeptes der menschlichen Sicherheit zur Friedenssicherung, in: Klaus Dicke, Stephan Hobe, Karl-Ulrich Meyn, Anne Peters, Eibe Riedel, Hans-Joachim Schütz and Christian Tietje (eds.), Weltinnenrecht, Liber amicorum Jost Delbrück, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 2005, 25-36.
  • Benedek, Wolfgang, Human Security and Prevention of Terrorism, in: Wolfgang Benedek and Alice Yotopoulos-Marangopoulos (eds.), Anti-Terrorist Measures and Human Rights, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2004), 171-184.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., Regimewechsel und Schutzverantwortung: Völkerrechtliche Aspekte des Libyen-Konfliktes [Regime Change and Responsibility to Protect, International Legal Aspects of the Conflict in Libya], in: Otto Kammerlander (ed.), Expertenforum SpringerRecht.at 2011, Wien/New York, Springer 2012, 125-129.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., Lessons from Libya: a Test Case for Human Security Main­strea­ming?, Human Security Perspectives 1/2011, 40-52.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., Regimewechsel und Schutzverantwortung: Völkerrechtliche Aspekte des Libyen-Konfliktes [Regime Change and Responsibility to Protect: International Legal Aspects of the Conflict in Libya], SpringerRecht.at Expertenforum, 17 May 2011, www.springerrecht.at/regimewechsel-und-schutzverantwortung-volkerrechtliche-aspekte-des-libyen-konfliktes_matthias-c-kettemann.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., UN-Sicherheitsrat beruft sich in Libyen-Resolutionen erstmals auf Responsibility to Protect [UN Security Council, for the first time, refers to Responsibility to Protect in his Libya Resolutions], BOFAX 377D, www. ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ifhv/documents/bofaxe/bofaxe2011/377d.pdf.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., Menschliche Sicherheit: Erfolgsrezept für Friedensoperationen von UNO und EU [Human Security: Formula for Success for UN and EU Peace Operations], Global View 4/2010.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., und Markus Möstl, Die Bedeutung menschlicher Sicherheit [The Meaning of Human Security], Global View 1/2009, 10.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., und Markus Möstl, Der Königsweg zur Verbindung von Menschenrechten und Sicherheit: der Beitrag des Konzeptes menschlicher Sicherheit zur Friedenskultur [How to Best Unite Human Rights and Security: The Contribution of the Concept of Human Security to a Culture of Peace], in: Bettina Gruber und Werner Wintersteiner (eds.), Menschenrecht und Frieden. Jahrbuch Friedenskultur 2009, Klagenfurt, Drava Verlag, 2009, 110-123.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., Harmonizing International Constitutional Law and Security: the Contribution of the Concept of Human Security, in: Harald Eberhard/Konrad Lachmayer/Gregor Ribarov/Gerhard Thallinger (eds.), Constitutional Limits to Security. Proceedings of the 4th Vienna Workshop on International Constitutional Law, Wien/Baden-Baden 2009, 109-134.
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., The Visiting Practice of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture as an Instrument to Further Human Security, Human Security Journal/Révue de la Sécurité Humaine (2007) 3, 79-88 (with Antonia Dürnsteiner).
  • Kettemann, Matthias C., „The Conceptual Debate on Human Security and its Relevance for the Development of International Law“, Human Security Perspectives 3 (2006) 1, 39-52.
  • Möstl, Markus, Monitoring Human Rights by Council of Europe Bodies: Quo vadis?, in: European Yearbook on Human Rights, Vol. 4., 2012, 303-312.
  • Möstl, Markus, Civil-military coordination in the Common Defence Policy of the European Union, in: Human Security Perspectives 1/2011, pp.30-39.
  • Möstl, Markus, Reforming the Council of Europe’s human rights monitoring mechanisms, in: Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 4/2011, (with Renate Kicker and Emma Lantschner)
  • Möstl, Markus, Assessing the impact of multi-stakeholder partnerships for human security, in: Owen Greene, Andrea De Guttry and Wolfgang Benedek (eds.), Peace-building and human security after conflict: multi-stakeholder partnerships. New York/London, Routledge, (forthcoming 2012).
  • Möstl, Markus, MultiPart country study on Kosovo, available online at: www.multi-part.eu, 2010 (with Wolfgang Benedek and Jens Narten).
  • Möstl, Markus, Core tasks of good governance and their impact on peacebuilding and human security, in: MultiPart thematic paper on multi-stakeholder partnerships active in the field of good governance, democracy and rule of law, available online at: www.multi-part.eu, 2010, 53-79.
  • Möstl, Markus, Overall conclusions, in: MultiPart thematic paper on multi-stakeholder partnerships active in the field of good governance, democracy and rule of law, available online at: www.multi-part.eu, 2010, 226-236. Mainstreaming human rights in the Common Security and Defence Policy: reality or catchphrase? in: European Yearbook on Human Rights, Vol. 2., 2010, 247-262.
  • Möstl, Markus, The European way of promoting human security in crisis management operations: A critical stocktaking, in: Wolfgang Benedek, Matthias C. Kettemann and Markus Möstl (eds.), Mainstreaming human security in peace operations and crisis management. Policies, problems, potential. New York/London, Routledge, 2010, 141-158.
  • Möstl, Markus, “Human Security and the European Security and Defence Policy: Achievements and Challenges”, in: Ferrándiz Francisco (ed.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Peace and Conflict: A View from Europe, Humanitarian Net Publication, Universidad de Deusto, Spain (2009).
  • Möstl, Markus, Das Konzept der Menschlichen Sicherheit in der Europäischen Sicherheits- und Verteidigungspolitik, in: Erstausgabe Vol. 2, 2009, 181-188.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “International Law”, in Mary Martin and Taylor Owen (eds.), Handbook on Human Security, London (Routledge), 2013.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Human Rights in Armed Conflict”, in Wolfgang Benedek (ed.), Understanding Human Rights. Manual on Human Rights Education, Wien (Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 3rd  ed. 2012), 301-326.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Human Security”, in David P. Forsythe (ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Rights, Oxford (Oxford University Press) 2009, Vol. 2, 486-493.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Dal diritto di intervenire al dovere di proteggere”, Nuntium 37 (2009) 1, 47-51.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “The OSCE and Human Security”, Security and Human Rights 1 (2008), 382-390.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Porcupines in Love: The Intricate Convergence of Human Rights and Human Security”, European Human Rights Law Review 6 (2006), 588-606.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Human Security – A Challenge to International Law?”, Global Governance 11 (2005) 2, 185-203.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “A Just War against Terrorism?”, Peace Review 16 (2004) 3, 263-268.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Human Security and Human Rights,” European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy Occasional Paper No. 8 (2002),.
  • Oberleitner, Gerd, “Civil Rights Sacrificed on Altar of Security”, Times Higher Education Supplement 22, 6 December 2002 (with Conor Gearty).