Critical Explorations - K. Booth. Security. Introduction - K. Booth. The Contested Concept of Security - S. Smith. Military Power and In/security - G. Cheeseman. Militarized Masculinities and the Politics of Peacekeeping - S. Whitworth. Community. Introduction - K. Booth. Political Community and Human Security - A. Linklater. The Missing Link: Security, International Political Economy, and Community - R. Tooze. Questions of Identity: Australia and Asia - J.J. Pettman. Emancipation. Introduction - K. Booth. Emancipation in the Critical Security Studies Project - H. Alker. On Emancipation: Necessity, Capacity, and Concrete Utopias - R. Wyn Jones. Communal Conflict and Emancipation: The Case of Northern Ireland - J. Ruane and J. Todd. Conclusion. The Realities of Security - K. Booth.
Ken Booth is E.H. Carr Professor and head of the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth. His numerous publications include Strategy and Ethnocentrism, Contemporary Strategy: Theories and Policies and New Thinking About Strategy and International Security.
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