From Defence to Development: Resolving Threats to Global Security
Edited by Anita Singh and Dave McDonough
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This edited volume examines the implications of global insecurity, incorporating such disparate issues as failed states, terrorism, human security and weapons proliferation in order to assess the major threats to world order, the measures that are required to deal with such threats and the role of major international actors in the maintenance of global stability. What are the conditions underlying global insecurity? What role does American strategic 'primacy' play in global security? What are the appropriate roles for middle powers in alleviating insecurity? Do NGOs and multilateral institutions still have an important role in this environment?
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