Security: A New Framework for Analysis

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Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998 - Political Science - 239 pages
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Two schools of thought now exist in security studies: traditionalists want to restrict the subject to politico-military issues; while wideners want to extend it to the economic, societal and environmental sectors. This book sets out a comprehensive statement of the new security studies, establishing the case for the broader agenda. The authors argue that security is a particular type of politics applicable to a wide range of issues. Answering the traditionalists charge that this model makes the subject incoherent, they offer a constructivist operational method for distinguishing the process of securitization from that of politicization. Their approach incorporates the traditionalist agenda and dissolves the artificial boundary between security studies and international political economy, opening the way for a fruitful interplay between the two fields. It also shows how the theory of regional security complexes remains relevant in today's world.
  

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A seminal work on the Copenhagen School. Buzan, Waever and de Wilde provide an updated framework for analyzing international relations. Building on the Classical Security Complex Theory (CSCT) this ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
1
Conceptual Apparatus
21
The Military Sector
49
The Environmental Sector
71
The Economic Sector
95
The Societal Sector
119
The Political Sector
141
How Sectors Are Synthesized
163
Conclusions
195
Bibliography
215
Acronyms
231
Copyright

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Security: A New Framework for Analysis
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Contemporary Security Studies Alan Collins
Security: A New Framework for Analysis:. Ole Waever and securitization: security is a “speech-act” a concrete action by virtue of being said. Conceptual ...
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Barry Buzan
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International Security Policies
Security: A New Framework for Analysis. London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 1998. pp. 21-47. Derian, James Der. “The Value of Security: Hobbes, Marx, ...
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Occasional Paper No. 1 - Security: A new African Paradigm by Dan Henk
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About the author (1998)

Barry Buzan is Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the LSE (formerly Montague Burton Professor), and honorary professor at Copenhagen and Jilin Universities. In 1998 he was elected a fellow of the British Academy. He has written, co-authored or edited over twenty books, written or co-authored more than one hundred and thirty articles and chapters, and lectured, broadcast or presented papers in over twenty countries. Among his books are: People, States and Fear: The National Security Problem in International Relations (1983, revised 2nd edn. 1991); The Logic of Anarchy: Neorealism to Structural Realism (1993, with Charles Jones and Richard Little); Security: A New Framework for Analysis (1998, with Ole Waever and Jaap de Wilde); International Systems in World History: Remaking the Study of International Relations (2000, with Richard Little); Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security (2003, with Ole Waever); From International to World Society? English School Theory and the Social Structure of Globalisation (2004); with Lene Hansen, The Evolution of International Security Studies (2009); co-edited with Amitav Acharya, Non-Western International Relations Theory (2010). Work in progress includes: with George Lawson, The Global Transformation: The 19th Century and the Making of Modern International Relations (2013).

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