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The rhetoric in human security in the 21st century : the case of Boko Haram in Nigeria
Since the end of the Cold War, new notions on international security have arisen that suggest that the concept has evolved to include the security of individuals. However, the more traditional concept of international security as pertaining primarily to the security of states remains applicable to many current security crises. This thesis substantiates this argument by examining the international reactions to Nigeria's Boko Haram security issue. This thesis finds that other states responded todoi:10.14288/1.0167727 fatcat:65mejuc3infgndihhejz6cb2sq