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Handbook of Defence Politics : International and Comparative Perspectives

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Title: Handbook of Defence Politics : International and Comparative Perspectives
Author: Isaiah "Ike" Wilson III, James J.F. Forrest
ISBN: 1857434439 / 9781857434439
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 450
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2008
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Issues of defence politics and policy have long been at the forefront of political agendas and defining of international affairs. However, the dramatic changes to the global system that have taken place since the end of the Cold War and parrticularly since the terror attacks on the USA on 11 September 2001 have amplified the world's attention toward political and policy issues of national, regional and global security. The focus of this volume is on examining the fundamental causes of, and defence policy responses to this new 'post-9/11' security environment.

Edited by Isaiah (Ike) Wilson III and James J. F. Forest of the US Military Academy, West Point, USA, this volume is international in scope, with pieces written by experts in the field, offering a collection of up-to-date and balanced insights on key contemporary issues of concern to defence policymakers. The book will be an invaluable reference tool for academics and students, researchers in international relations, policymakers, media professionals and government officials.

Part 1 : International Dimensions
Chapter 1 :
Introduction to Politics of Defence
Chapter 2 : The Changing Conception of Self-Defence
Chapter 3 : New Security Constructions : Cats and Dogs Living TogeTher in The 21st Century
Chapter 4 : The Politics of Collective Action
Chapter 5 : The United Nations and Peacekeeping
Chapter 6 : The New NATO and Collective Security in Europe
Chapter 7 : Democracy by Force
Chapter 8 : Contractors and Corporate Security
Chapter 9 : Nuclear Capabilities and Policies in The 21st Century
Chapter 10 : The Politics of Defence Industries : A Comparative Review
Chapter 11 : The Use of New Media in The Modern Asymmetric Warfare Environment

Part 2 : Regional and Domestic Dimensions
Chapter 12 :
Africa
Chapter 13 : Asia/Strategic Asia
Chapter 14 : Europe, Old and New
Chapter 15 : Latin America
Chapter 16 : Middle East
Chapter 17 : Australia, Canada and The United Kingdom
Chapter 18 : Militaries and Peacekeeping Operations of The Nordic Countries
Chapter 19 : Japan
Chapter 20 : Koreas
Chapter 21 : China
Chapter 22 : Taiwan
Chapter 23 : Turkey
Chapter 24 : Israel
Chapter 25 : Russia

Part 3 : U.S.Dimensions
Chapter 26 :
U.S.Defense Policymaking : A 21st Century Perspective
Chapter 27 : U.S.Defense Policy : A Constructivist Perspective
Chapter 28 : Defense Consolidation in The U.S.
Chapter 29 : U.S.Defence Policy and China
Chapter 30 : The Politics and Strategy of U.S. Military Interventions in The Muslim World

Part 4 : The Future of Defense Politics and Policy
Chapter 31 :
Expanding Our Notions of Defence
Chapter 32 : Dueling Regimes : International Humanitarian Law and The Future of Military Intervention
Chapter 33 : An Asian Nuclear Arms Race?
Chapter 34 : Compound Security Dilemmas Maps and Statistics

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