地域安全保障とグローバルな権力関係<br>Regions and Powers : The Structure of International Security (Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 86)

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地域安全保障とグローバルな権力関係
Regions and Powers : The Structure of International Security (Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 86)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 400 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521891110
  • DDC分類 327.116

基本説明

Publication delayed (Originally scheduled in 2002). Presents a detailed account of relations between global powers, but emphasise their relations with the regional security complexes.

Full Description


This book develops the idea that since decolonisation, regional patterns of security have become more prominent in international politics. The authors combine an operational theory of regional security with an empirical application across the whole of the international system. Individual chapters cover Africa, the Balkans, CIS Europe, East Asia, EU Europe, the Middle East, North America, South America, and South Asia. The main focus is on the post-Cold War period, but the history of each regional security complex is traced back to its beginnings. By relating the regional dynamics of security to current debates about the global power structure, the authors unfold a distinctive interpretation of post-Cold War international security, avoiding both the extreme oversimplifications of the unipolar view, and the extreme deterritorialisations of many globalist visions of a new world disorder. Their framework brings out the radical diversity of security dynamics in different parts of the world.

Table of Contents

Part 1. Introduction: Developing a Regional
Approach to Global Security: 1. Theories and
histories about the structure of contemporary
international security
2. Levels: distinguishing the regional from the
global
3. Security complexes: a theory of regional
security
Part II. Asia: 4. South Asia: inching towards
internal and external transformation
5. Northeast and southeast Asian security
complexes during the Cold War
6. The 1990s and beyond: an emergent east Asian
complex
Conclusion
Part III. The Middle East and Africa:
Introduction
7. The Middle East: a perennial conflict
formation
8. Sub-saharan Africa: security dynamics in a
setting of weak and failed states
Conclusions
Part IV. The Americas: 9. North America: the
sole superpower and its surroundings
10. South America: an under-conflictual anomaly?
Conclusion: scenarios for the RSCs of the
Americas
Part V. The Europes: Introduction
11. EU-Europe: the European Union and its 'near
abroad'
12. The Balkans and Turkey
13. The post-Soviet space: a regional security
complex around Russia
Conclusion: scenarios for the european
supercomplex
Part VI. Conclusions: 14. Regions and powers:
summing up and looking ahead
15. Reflections on conceptualising
international security.