The evolution of international security studies

by Barry Buzan

Publisher: Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 384 Downloads: 248
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Subjects:

  • Security, International -- Study and teaching,
  • Security, International -- Research,
  • Security, International -- History

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-364) and indexes.

StatementBarry Buzan, Lene Hansen.
ContributionsHansen, Lene, 1968-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ5588 .B887 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 384 p. :
Number of Pages384
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24032535M
ISBN 100521872618, 0521694221
ISBN 109780521872614, 9780521694223
LC Control Number2009025609

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Keith Krause and Michael C. Williams, “Security and ‘Security Studies’: Conceptual Evolution and Historical Transformation”, in Alexandra Gheciu and William C. Wohlforth (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Security, Oxford, Oxford University Press, , pp. File Size: KB. The evolution of international security studies. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Buzan, Barry, Hansen, Lene Date Publisher Cambridge University Press Pub place Cambridge ISBN , ISBN , eBook. Access the eBook. Dr Russell Ong is a Lecturer in the Department of Government, University of Strathclyde, UK. Email: @ His research interests lie in international security studies, international politics of Asia and Chinese foreign policy. His latest book will be China's Security Interests in the 21st Century (London: Routledge, ).Cited by: 7. The Evolution of International Security Studies by Barry Buzan, Professor Lene Hansen starting at $ The Evolution of International Security Studies has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

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"The Evolution of International Security Studies is more than a comprehensive survey of a vast and contentious body of thought; it is also a lucid and insightful analysis of the forces that have shaped the field and the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches. Buzan and Hansen are scrupulously fair-minded and their book is a model of Cited by: Cambridge Core - Regional and World History: General Interest - The Evolution of International Security Studies - by Barry BuzanAuthor: Barry Buzan, Lene Hansen.

True this is a book more for people in the field of International Security Studies, but it would be nice if the authors had more accessible language.

I'm glad that they took to analyze important subjects of International Relations theory and to define them according to pivotal times in global history, like the Cold War, 9/11, the Rise of China 4/5.

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Buzan and Hansen are scrupulously fair-minded and their book is a model of /5(8). Book Review: The Evolution of International Security Studies by Barry Buzan and Lene Hansen. As the contemporary doyen of security studies, Buzan has paired with a critical theory feminist, Lene Hansen, to broaden his outlook, which gives the book a slightly left-of-centre feel to it.

Figure illustrates my point. From the starting point of arms control, security studies bifurcates into strategic studies and peace-research.5/5(3). Security became its watchword (Wolfers, ; Yergin, ), both distinguishing ISS from earlier thinking and the disciplines of War Studies and Military History, and, as it evolved, serving as the linking concept connecting an increasingly diverse set of research programmes.

The Evolution of International Security Studies and the Everyday: Suggestions from the Buffyverse Christina Rowley and Jutta Weldes University of Bristol Abstract Security Studies is again reflecting on its origins and debating how best to study in/security.

In this paper we interrogate the contemporary evolutionary narrative about (international)File Size: KB. Stuart Croft, Professor of International Security, Warwick University 'The Evolution of International Security Studies takes an amazing intellectual journey around the rich, variegated and sometimes surprising stories about security that IR - all of it.

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In particular, the book would have benefited from saying much more on the Strategic Studies dimension of international security. Nobody involved in the evolution of its debates can be satisfied by the book's treatment of what for so long was the dominant subfield of International Relations.

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security studies at this time focused very squarely upon issues surrounding the use of armed force in international politics. is research focus is certainly not difficuTh lt to comprehend against the backdrop of the formative security development of thatFile Size: KB.

IN WRITING THE EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES, our ambition was to heed the call made by Nye & Lynn-Jones () for an intellectual history of international security studies, and the contributions in this special issue of Security Dialogue give us confidence that.

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This relativity of security—of who or what is being threatened, and from what or whom—has important consequences for understanding security relations between Author: Keith Krause, Michael Williams. International Security Studies (ISS) has changed and diversified in many ways since This book provides the first intellectual history of the development of the subject in that period.

It explains how ISS evolved from an initial concern with the strategic consequences of superpower rivalry and nuclear weapons, to its current diversity in which environmental, economic, human. Security studies, also known as international security studies, is traditionally held to be an academic sub-field of the wider discipline of international relations.

The field rapidly developed within international relations during the Cold War, and examples from the era can be considered to include the academic works of midth century Realist political scientists such as Thomas.

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