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Making Enemies: NATO Enlargement and the Russian ‘Other’
The relationship between ‘Promoting Stability’ and providing ‘Strategic Response’ is important for my purposes in this paper, but not as alternative explanations for, or even justifications of, NATO enlargement. I am not ...
Refugees and Humanitarian Ethics: Beyond the Politics of the Emergency
“The subject of refugees and displaced people is high on the list of international concerns today not only because of its humanitarian significance, but also because of its impact on peace, security and stability. The world ...
Hedge Funds as a Weapon of State?: Financial and Monetary Power in an Era of Liberalized Finance
The purpose of this paper is to determine whether states retain the capacity to engage in financial and monetary forms of diplomacy within the present context of liberalized international capital markets. In doing so, it ...
Division and Democracy: Bosnia's Post-Dayton Elections
This paper will examine the three rounds of country-wide elections that have taken place in Bosnia in the first three years of Bosnia’s post-Dayton existence. It will suggest that given the poisoned political climate, as ...
The Transformation of Political Community Towards "A Cosmopolitan System of General Political Security"
Problematizing traditional conceptions of political community and national citizenship is a central theme in recent social and political theory. Envisaging new political arrangements in which sovereignty, territoriality, ...
Extradisciplinary Approaches to Security: A Selected Bibliography
What follows is not intended as a comprehensive pointer to extradisciplinary writings having a direct bearing on the subject matter(s) and core conceptual concerns of Security Studies. Rather it is meant to provide something ...