Since the end of World War II, North American analysts and policy-makers have used "security" in innumerable ways to highlight a range of issues considered important, reflecting different perspectives on what matters and why in international relations. All along, the meaning of security has been contested, but that debate intensified with the end of the cold war.
International security, United States
Defense and Security Studies | Political Science
The new security agenda: A global survey
Paul B. Stares
Japan Center for International Exchange
City or Country
FLORINI, Ann, & SIMMONS, P. J.. (1998). North America. In The new security agenda: A global survey (pp. 23-74). Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange.
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