Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity ebook
by David Campbell
referent to security rather than the state, Campbell’s. Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy. of the United States as a leader in international.
referent to security rather than the state, Campbell’s. and the Politics of Identity provokes a compelling. inquiry into the very nature of identity, focusing. primarily on how difference, danger, and otherness. play a signicant role in constituting the identity. analysis into the philosophical arguments of. David Campbell, focusing specically on the. notion that the creation of identity is dependent on. the securing of national boundaries.
Rooted in the human security paradigm, policy
Rooted in the human security paradigm, policy. which asserts that the individual should be the key referent to security rather than the state, Campbell’s The Traditional Approach Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity provokes a compelling Analyzing the relationship between the nation inquiry into the very nature of identity, focusing and the state is a vital component
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Writing Security book. In other words, rather than viewing foreign policies as the enactment of a national interest, he analyzes the ways in which they inscribe the notion of the foreign and Campbell’s book was written right after the end of the Cold War, but it is still highly relevant today (perhaps, in the wake of recent issues, even more so).
245 Index 263 Practicing criticism is a matter of making facile gestures difficult. Michel Foucault Preface Uncertain times demand an unconventional analysis
Specifically, by taking foreign policy to be an important (though not predominant) practice of security, and by taking United States foreign policy to be an important, though not overriding, practice in international politics, this book examines the way in which the identity of the United.
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