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Sheehan's book is a must-have for all those somehow dealing with International Security, with a broad and updated analysis. It's one of the best books that I would recommend to any undergraduate or graduate course.

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Ix, 201 pages ; 24 cm. Michael Sheehan provides a survey of the varied positions that scholars have adopted in interpreting 'security'. Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-196) and index

Michael Sheehan provides a masterly survey of the varied positions that scholars have adopted in interpreting "security"-one of the most contested terms in international relations-and proposes a synthesis that both widens and deepens our understanding of the concept.

Michael Sheehan provides a masterly survey of the varied positions that scholars have adopted in interpreting "security"-one of the most contested terms in international relations-and proposes a synthesis that both widens and deepens our understanding of the concept. Sheehan first outlines the classical realist approach of Morgenthau and Carr and the ideas of their neorealist heirs.

International security is national security or state security in the global . International Security: An Analytical Survey. London, Lynne Rienner Publishers.

International security is national security or state security in the global arena. With the end of World War II, a new subject of academic study focusing on international security emerged. In addition, the book forwarded one more specific theory: that great-power war would tend to be more frequent in multipolarity (an international system shaped by the power of three or more major states) than bipolarity (an international system shaped by two major states, or superpowers).

ISBN-13: 9781588262981, 978-1588262981. Sheehan begins by outlining the classical realist approach of Morgenthau and Carr and the ideas of their neorealist heirs. International Security An Analytical Survey. Read full description. See details and exclusions. International Security: An Analytical Survey by Michael Sheehan (Paperback, 2005). Brand new: lowest price.

International security: An Analytical Survey . The book's main challenge is to develop some consensus as to what constitutes a security issue. If considered broadly, anything that affects the well-being of humans might be included, but so inclusive a discourse might be meaningless. Sheehan sides with those who propose to limit the debate to the human-inspired dangers of a life-threatening nature to collectives.

Michael Sheehan provides a masterly survey of the varied positions that scholars have adopted in interpreting ""security"", one of the most contested terms in international relations, and asks whether a synthesis is possible that both widens and deepens our understanding of the concept.

PO381: Critical Security Studies.

Lynne Rienner Publishers. PO381: Critical Security Studies. Section: Textbook Chapters. Next: Previous: Security studies: an introduction. Library availability.

2005) International Security. An Analytical Survey. The book critically engages with theoretical developments in international relations and security studies to develop a fresh conceptual framework for studying security. Boulder: Lynne Rienner. Contents 1. Politics of insecurity, technology and the political2. Security framing: the question of the meaning of security3. Displacing the spectre of the state in security studies: From referent objects to techniques of government4.

Michael Sheehan provides a masterly survey of the varied positions that scholars have adopted in interpreting security, one of the most contested terms in international relations, and asks whether a synthesis is possible that both widens and deepens our understanding of the concept. Sheehan begins by outlining the classical realist approach of Morgenthau and Carr and the ideas of their neorealist heirs. He then explores how the economic security approach embraces both defense economics and human security from poverty and hunger; and how environmental security links environment and security in a fundamental challenge to the international political hierarchy. Next, tackling the various postpositivist perspectives on security, all of which stem from worldviews fundamentally different from that of realism, he explains the range of feminist thought on security, the ideas of the critical security school, and the main concerns of postmodern security theory. In conclusion, revealing his own interpretation of security, he makes the case for a postpositivist conception that links human emancipation, justice, and peace.
International Security: An Analytical Survey ebook
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