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Security in a Globalized World - Towards Regional Cooperation and Strategic Partnerships : New Faces Conference 2006, Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI) in Oslo, Norway 20–22 October 2006

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Brockmann, Kathrin; Hauck, Hans Bastian (ed.)

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Corporate Editor Forschungsinstitut der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V.
Abstract "The end of the Cold War brought with it the end of the traditional, bipolar geo-strategic model of explaining world affairs. 'Feindbilder,' which used to be defined in geographical terms ('East' vs 'West'), have been replaced by security threats perceived to be truly global and functional in nature, yet regional in origin: Terrorism and proliferation, migration, organized crime and corruption or, at the root level, the lack of democracy and good governance in certain parts of this world. The realization that in today’s globalized and interlinked world regional conflicts can have global fallout has increased the need for policy analysts to better understand the highly complex nature of different regional security dynamics. For policy makers, the question is how to address regional security issues efficiently and effectively." (author's abstract)
Keywords cold war; East-West conflict; image of the enemy; terrorism; proliferation; organized crime; corruption; migration; Asia; Middle East; EU; globalization; conflict
Classification International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy; Peace and Conflict Research, International Conflicts, Security Policy
Method documentation
Document language English
Publication Year 2007
City Berlin
Page/Pages 108 p.
Series DGAP-Bericht, 6
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
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