2 edition of Contested paradigms of security in the Asia-Pacific found in the catalog.
Contested paradigms of security in the Asia-Pacific
by Bibhasa, Distributed in collaboration with Progressive Publishers in Kolkata
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -288) and index.
|LC Classifications||UA832.7 .S47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||2004328964|
Wolfers' 'specifications' refer not only to the concept of national security as a policy objective but also to the means for its pursuit, i.e., national security policy. In the discussion that follows, Wolfers' specifications will be developed and set in the context of more recent literature. The discussion consists of seven parts. Description. Contested Terrain provides a cutting-edge, comprehensive and innovative approach to critically analysing the multidimensional and contested nature of security narratives, justified by different ideological, political, cultural and economic rationales. This is important in a complex and ever-changing situation involving a dynamic interplay between local, regional and global factors.
Mely Caballero-Anthony is Associate Professor and Head of the Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Prof. Anthony’s research interests include regionalism and regional security in the Asia-Pacific, multilateral security cooperation, politics and international relations in. ÒThis is a highly innovative book that offers a thorough appraisal of key EU public policy paradigms in a truly interdisciplinary way, combining theoretical analyses and empirical case studies.Ó Alberto Martinelli (University of Milan) Ò[This book provides] a new set of studies that apply the paradigm concept to multi -.
Contested multilateralism and regional order transition: causes and implications Article in The Pacific Review 32(3) April with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'. His work is centered on the politics, economics and security of the broadly conceived Asia-Pacific region. He is the author or editor of 19 books, including Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development and China's Regional Relations: Evolving Foreign Policy Dynamics, co-authored with Fujian Li.
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Contested paradigms of security in the Asia-Pacific. Kolkata: Bibhasa: Distributed in collaboration with Progressive Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Parama Sen. DOI link for Contested Multilateralism and Asian Security Dynamics. Contested Multilateralism and Asian Security Dynamics book.
This collection will be of great interest to scholars and students of international relations in the Asia Pacific and of great value to policy makers in the region and beyond. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Critical security in the Asia-Pacific applies both a critical theoretical approach that interrogates the deeper assumptions underpinning security discourses, and a human-centred policy approach that focuses on the security, welfare and emancipation of individuals and communities.5/5(1).
The Asia-Pacific region is divided into distinct security paradigms that are governed by differing normative and structural frameworks and differing levels of greater power influence and involvement.
This chapter outlines the combination of theoretical, policy and institutional frameworks in the region and the ways that they can be challenged by a critical security analysis.
The first Cited by: 3. This book brings together respected experts to assess both the theoretical and empirical dimensions of the Asian security debate. Building on the latest research on Asia's regional security politics, it focuses on the 'regional-global nexus' as a way to understand the dynamics of Asian security politics and its intersection with global security.
Ten years ago, Anthony Burke and I published an edited book: Critical Security in the Asia-Paciﬁc (Manchester UP, ). The book endorsed a broad conceptualisation of critical security that encompassed both deconstructive and reconstructive approaches, while contributors applied these approaches to issues in the Asia.
research interests are Sino-US relations, Sino-Japan relations, Asia-Pacific security, and Chinese foreign policy. Zhu Feng is a professor in the School of International Studies and director of the International Security Program at Peking University.
He is a leading Chinese security expert and senior research fellow of the Center for Peace and. New Approaches to Human Security in the Asia-Pacific offers a distinctly Asia-Pacific-oriented perspective to one of the most discussed components of international security policy, human security.
This volume of regional experts assess countries that have either spearheaded this form of security pol.
1 CHAPTER-I The Concept of Security: An Examination of Various Security Paradigms Mapping the Context In the discipline of international relations, the basic concept of security has undergone a huge change during last few years.
Observing the changing trends of security studies, Richard Wyn Jones rightly sets forth that the concepts and theories in international relations, which were the.
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PArAdigms of security in AsiA Edited by ArPitA BAsu roy Associate Editors Binoda Kr. mishra sreemati ganguli in short, the development discourse is heterogeneous, contested and constantly changing while responding to hegemonic crisis.
Here it security approach’ is concerned with. Introduction: contested paradigms of resilience; the challenges of resilience; governing uncertainty; resilience and neoliberalism; environmental concerns and climate change adaptation; urban planning; disaster risk reduction and response; international security and insecurity; the policy and practices of international development.
The authors provide an interesting investigation into the continued relevance and promise of the human security paradigm against more 'traditional' security approaches. Accordingly the book will appeal to readers across a wide band of the social sciences (international relations, security studies, development studies and public policy) and to practitioners and analysts working in applied : Hardcover.
misapplication of obsolete paradigms and frameworks and, consequently, threatens to skew our understandings. 4 Security in Asia Pacific Figure Methodological Approach Note: TSD is the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue; ASC is the ASEAN Security Community; and SCO is the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
ASIA-PACIFIC SECURITY | MARCH Contested Spaces: A Renewed Approach to Southeast Asia Introduction With its rapidly growing economies, strategic geography, and diverse regime types, Southeast Asia is emerging as the most contested region of the Indo-Pacific.
The United States and its allies – above all, Japan – are engaged in a. Critical Security in the Asia-Pacific Paper for International Studies Association Asia Pacific Conference, Hong Kong, June Matt McDonald, University of Queensland Comments welcome: [email protected] Ten years ago, Anthony Burke and I submitted an edited book.
All journal articles featured in Asian Security vol 16 issue 1. He has published a number of academic books and many papers about Asia Pacific security and arms control and US strategy.
Zhang Jian graduated with a BA and MA in Economics from Zhejiang University in the PRC, and completed a PhD in Chinese Politics at Murdoch University in.
Paradigms in ConflictThe Contested Claims of Human Security, Critical Theory and Feminism Article (PDF Available) in Cooperation and Conflict 41(3) September with Reads. Emerging Security Order in Asia Pacific: Impact on South Asia i Preface Ambassador (retd.) Sohail Amin, Muhammad Munir and Muhammad Nawaz Khan his book is based on the papers, presentations and speeches made at the two-day International Conference on Emerging Security Order in Asia Pacific and its Impact on South Asia organised by the Islamabad.
Human security is becoming increasingly pronounced in recent years due to changes in the security landscape of world politics. Yet, inter-state relations have continued to dominate security concerns in East Asia.
This has, unfortunately, eluded the broader understanding of issues and challenges facing the peoples of East Asia. Home to nations with rapid economic growth and .Contributors explore: why some forms of security cooperation and institutionalization in the Asia-Pacific are more feasible than others; bilateral security cooperation and emerging multilateral structures; and factors needed to develop complementary relationships between states.
Patterns of change and continuity are identified and analyzed. Introduction: contested paradigms of resilience; the challenges of resilience; governing uncertainty; resilience and neoliberalism; environmental concerns and climate change adaptation; urban planning; disaster risk reduction and response; international security and insecurity; the policy and practices of international development.