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Editors: David Walton (University of Western Sydney, Australia), Michael Frazier (Howard University, Washington D.C.)
Book Description:
This book considers contending views on security ten years after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington in September 2001. In this context the editors have endeavored to offer a diverse range of perspectives on security with the intention of contributing to existing literature and understanding of what security means in the first decade after 9/11. The editors have invited perspectives from Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, as well as the United States. Traditional and non-tradition approaches towards security are examined. The diversity of views in this volume is indicative of the range of complex and challenging security issues that exist in the new international environment. This book’s main focus is to showcase important themes in the discourse on broader post-9/11 security debates. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:
Preface

Acknowledgments

List of Contributors

Introduction: Comparative Research and International Security
(Michael Frazier and David Walton)

Section One: Cultural and Social Issues

1. Culture: The Undervalued Dimension of Global Security and
Education's Role in the Solution, pp. 1-16
(Lesley L. Lambright)

2. Transit through Terror: The Architecture of International Mobility after 9/11, pp. 17-36
(Christopher Pokarier)

3. Neo-tribalism: Exploring the Populist Backlash to a Cosmopolitan Europe, pp. 37-56
(Lars Dencik)

4. Rural-Urban Migration: Seeds of Strife in the People’s Republic of China, pp. 57-72
(Meidong Ding and Liang Ding)

5. Laiklik: Secularism in Turkey: Not Just a Means for the State to Control Religion, but an Endless Source of Social Conflict, pp. 73-86
(Ravza Kavakci Kan)

Section Two: Politics & Security

6. Acting Politically in Global Life: Security and Its Logic of Resilience, pp. 87-102
(Emilian Kavalski)

7. Imperialism and Its Aftermath in Present Day Africa: How the Failure to Acknowledge and Remedy Colonial Vestiges Continues to Fuel Unrest, pp. 103-120
(Abdul Karim Bangura)

8. The Role of Prime Ministers in Australian Foreign Policy: A Case Study on Japan, pp. 121-130
(David Walton)

9. Implications of Islamization for Indonesian Foreign Policy and International Security, pp. 131-148
(Steven Drakeley)

10. Return to Basics? Japan’s Security Concept after 9/11, pp. 149-168
(Tomohiko Satake)

Section Three: Global Democracies

11. Globalization of Democracy and Diversity: Dilemma and Prospects, pp. 169-226

Conclusion: Contending Security Issues: Challenges and Opportunities, pp. 227-230
(David Walton and Mike Frazier)

Index, pp. 231

   Series:
      Defense, Security and Strategies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012 2nd Quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61942-808-9
   Status: AV
  
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