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Globalization and the national security state

Norrin M. Ripsman

Globalization and the national security state

by Norrin M. Ripsman

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Globalization,
  • National security -- United States,
  • United States -- Military policy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNorrin M. Ripsman, T.V. Paul.
    ContributionsPaul, T. V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ1480 .R57 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24028644M
    ISBN 109780195393903, 9780195393910
    LC Control Number2010000010

    The New Frontiers of the National Security State: The US Global Governmentality of Contingency David Grondin 5. Governmentality, Sovereign Power, and Intervention: Security Council Resolutions and the Invasion of Iraq Miguel de Larrinaga and Marc G. Doucet Part 3: Securitizing Global Governance: Contemporary Cases 6. GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL BASE Terrence R. Guay February This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Ti United States Code.

    National security has been described as the ability of a state to cater for the protection and defence of its citizenry. Makinda’s definition of security fits into this confine of national security. Global security, on the other hand, evolved from the necessity that nature and many other activities, particularly globalization, have placed on. Jonathan Kirshner, Globalization and National Security, New York: Routledge, Though much has been published on the topics of globalisation and national security, there has been little in the way of a methodical examination of the impact that globalisation has on the national security of states.

    This accessible and stimulating revision from renowned security scholar Donald Snow examines the United States' national security situation today and what policies the U.S. should adopt to confront it. National Security for a New Erais the first book to offer a comprehensive examination of American national security policy since the events of 9/11 galvanized change.   A profound but underappreciated truth about globalization is the extent to which national security and international security have become inseparably linked. This is true even in the most powerful.


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In the past two decades, many have posited a correlation between the spread of globalization and the decline of the nation-state. In the realm of national security, advocates of the globalization thesis have argued that states' power has diminished relative to transnational governmental institutions, NGOs, and transnational capitalism.

This study by two Canadian political scientists casts a critical eye on the expansive claims of “globalization theorists” who argue that the decline of great-power war and the rise of nontraditional security challenges -- such as terrorism, drug trafficking, and the environment -- are eroding the traditional national-security orientation of states.

In Globalization and the National Security State, T.V. Paul and Norrin M. Ripsman test the proposition against the available evidence and find that the globalization school has largely gotten it wrong. The decline in interstate warfare can largely be attributed to Cited by: In Globalization and the National Security State, T.V.

Paul and Norrin M. Ripsman test the proposition against the available evidence and find that the globalization school has largely gotten it wrong. The decline in interstate warfare can largely be attributed to. In this book, top scholars of international relations assess the consequences of globalization for national security, identifying three distinct ‘processes’ of globalization - the intensification of economic exchange, the flow of information, and marketization (the expansion of the set of social relations governed by market forces)-exploring how they can affect the capacity and power of Format: Paperback.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: national security state in the era of globalization --Globalization and national security: key propositions --The global security environment --The major powers --States in stable regions --States in regions of enduring.

Globalization trends increases incidence of transnational threats 2. The weakness of the state tends to engender transnational threats 3. Nigeria border security tends to be hampered by transnational threats 4. The higher the level of globalization and transnational threat the poorer the state of national security.

This chapter explores the globalization school's predictions for the pursuit of security. First, it examines the various strands of the demise of the state argument, including those of hard globalization proponents, soft globalization proponents, and commercial liberals, as well as two other groups with claims that are compatible with our definition of globalization, democratic.

Globalization and the National Security State by T. Paul,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2). This book challenges these assumptions. Indeed, the Bush administration’s National Security strategy of has reinvigorated and even extended the idea of national security.

Paradoxically, the renewed emphasis on a distinctly state-centred approach to security, including the War on Terror, has unfolded during an era of deepening : Book Description. In this book, top scholars of international relations assess the consequences of globalization for national security, identifying three distinct ‘processes’ of globalization - the intensification of economic exchange, the flow of information, and marketization (the expansion of the set of social relations governed by market forces)-exploring how they can affect the.

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They have maintained. Friedman spoke about how increasing globalization of markets might impact national security concerns. He said that the Internet and information technology had transformed traditional notions.

Security in the Age of Globalization: Separating Appearance from Reality MOHAMMED AYOOB 2. Two Terrors, One Problem KEN BOOTH 3. The National Security State and Global Terrorism: Why the State Is Not Prepared for the New Kind of War T.

PAUL Part II: State Transformations and Responses 4. The Rise of the Trading State Revisited MARK R. A book entitled: Globalization and the National Security State was published by Oxford University Press in Two volumes have been published, titled Complex Deterrence: Strategy in the Global Age (University of Chicago Press, ) and South Asia’s Weak States: Understanding the Regional Insecurity Predicament (Stanford University Press.

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Contributors explore the connections between security and global transformations, and the corresponding or resulting changes in state structures that emerge. Probing and extending existing paradigms, the book offers three regional cases studies: the periphery states of the Middle East and North Africa, the second world states of the Russian.Globalization, Biosecurity, and the Future of Life Sciences examines current trends and future objectives of research in public health, life sciences, and biomedical science that contain applications relevant to developments in biological weapons 5 to 10 years into the future and ways to anticipate, identify, and mitigate these dangers.In the past two decades, many have posited a correlation between the spread of globalization and the decline of the nation-state.

In the realm of national security, advocates of the globalization thesis have argued that states' power has diminished relative to transnational governmental institutions, NGOs, and transnational capitalism.

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