From the reviews:
“Human Security: Securing East Asia’s Future, edited by Benny Teh Cheng Guan, and provides further insights into the complexities and challenges of human security in East Asian states. … deserve a wide readership among academics, scholars, and students who are interested in international relations, human rights, and Asia studies.” (Kai Chen, Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 3 (1), 2014)
"Building upon the need for a more human-centered approach, the study of human security continues to mature into a serious area of dialogue and analysis as is so wonderfully demonstrated by the work in this book."
Dr. Lloyd Axworthy, President and Vice-Chancellor of Winnipeg University and former Canadian Foreign Minister
“This collection of essays presents the reader with new and challenging insights on how human security has been implemented in a number of issue areas in East Asian countries.”
Dr. Bert Edström, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Security and Development Policy, author of Japan and the Challenge of Human Security