2 edition of Political economy in security studies after the cold war found in the catalog.
Political economy in security studies after the cold war
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Occasional Paper / Cornell University, Peace Studies Program,, #20, Occasional paper (Cornell University. Peace Studies Program) ;, #20.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.D4 K57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||98113117|
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Abstract. In contemporary International Relations theory, there exists a sharp distinction between international political economy and security studies.
However, this is largely a false distinction, a product of peculiar circumstances associated with the cold war, and one which is becoming increasingly anachronistic in the post-cold war era.
In order to understand international relations in Cited by: In order to under- stand international relations in this era, a reintegration of the discipline is necessary. During the cold war, there was a certain logic to the separation of political economy and security studies.
The bipolar struggle dominated the security agenda. In Depression, War, and Cold War, Robert Higgs, a highly regarded economic historian, makes pointed, fresh economic arguments against war, showing links between government policies and the economy in a clear, accessible way.
He boldly questions, for instance, the widely accepted idea that World War II was the chief reason the Depression-era economy by: In contemporary International Relations theory, there exists a sharp distinction between international political economy and security studies.
However, this is largely a false distinction, a product of peculiar circumstances associated with the cold war, and one which is becoming increasingly anachronistic in the post-cold war era. The Aegean Sea After the Cold War: Security and Law of the Sea Issues (International Political Economy Series) th Edition by NA NA (Author)Author: Na Na.
After Economic interdependence, third world poverty, environmental issues (non-military threat) Lessen Cold war tensions revealed other issues: The s: No substantial change: New International security studies.
Military meas to meet military threats. Militarisation of studies Breakdown of detente and renewal of CW tensions. The Erosion of the Traditionalist Agenda and the Traditionalist Counterattack.
The mature Cold War period saw the contraction of the initially  broad conceptualisation of security (in ideological, social, economic, and, of course, military terms) to just a military focus due to the pressure of the nuclear arms race.
And fourth, the decline of interest intra ditional security studies was partially offset by increased interest in peace studies and peace research during the s and s, thus in dicating that declining interest in security studies was not tantamount to a lack of intellectual interest in war A key change in the post-Cold War study of international relations is a greater emphasis on understanding cooperation between nations.
Despite the unfortunate tendency of the media and individuals alike to focus on conflict and the use of force, the overwhelming proportion of international activity is non-violent. have found a place in studies on war and peace, political, economic and cultural colonialism, PP 3 ’17 A feminist approach to security studies Author: Aleksandra Gasztold.
Building on the highly regarded series edited by Christian Appy, new editors Edwin A. Martini and Scott Laderman seek projects that move beyond traditional temporal and geographic boundaries of the Cold War; that consider its effects through new approaches, such as studies of militarized landscapes and the environment, or international sport and culture; and that explore.
Political Economy in Security Studies After the Cold War Jonathan Kirshner The Peace Studies Program was established at Cornell in as an interdisciplinary program concerned with problems of peace and war, arms control and disarmament, and more generally, instances of collective by: In order to lay the groundwork for such a reexamination, the emergence and evolution of security studies as a subfield of international relations is surveyed, the adequacy of the field for coping with the post—cold war world is assessed, and proposals for the future of security studies Cited by: on security and security studies in Arms Control, 13, (), pp.
; and Graham Allison and Gregory F. Treverton (eds.), Rethinking America's Security: Beyond Cold War to New World Order (New York, ). Citation Link. Citation Link. Human security, approach to national and international security that gives primacy to human beings and their complex social and economic interactions.
The concept of human security represents a departure from orthodox security studies, which focus on the security of the subjects of the human security approach are individuals, and its end goal is the protection of people from. He boldly questions, for instance, the widely accepted idea that World War II was the chief reason the Depression-era economy recovered.
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