The Palgrave Handbook of National Security

This handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of the contemporary theory, practice and themes in the study of national security. Part 1: Theories examines how national security has been conceptualised and formulated within the disciplines international relations, security studies and public policy...

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Other Authors: Clarke, Michael (Editor), Henschke, Adam (Editor), Sussex, Matthew (Editor), Legrand, Tim (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2022, 2022
Edition:1st ed. 2022
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1. History and National Security (Michael Clarke, ANU)
  • 2. International Relations Theory and National Security (Matthew Sussex, ANU)
  • 3. Public Policy and National Security (Tim Legrand, University of Adelaide)
  • 4. Ethics and National Security (Adam Henschke, ANU)
  • 5. United States (Christopher Fettweis, Tulane University)
  • 6. UK (Michael Lister, Oxford Brookes University)
  • 7. China (Jingdong Yuan, University of Sydney)
  • 8. Russia (Matthew Sussex, ANU)
  • 9. India (Harsh V. Pant, Kings College)
  • 10. Japan (Yuki Tatsumi, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
  • 11. France and Germany (Bruno Tetrais)
  • 12. Turkey (Bill Park, Kings College)
  • 13. Saudi Arabia (Christopher Davidson, Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Durham University)
  • 14. Iran (Shahram Akbarzadeh, Deakin University)
  • 15. Brazil (Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira, Institute of International Relations, University of São Paulo)
  • 16. Nigeria (Signe Marie Cold-Ravnkilde, Danish Institute of International Affairs)
  • 17. Law, Regulation and National Security (Sarah Heathcote, ANU)
  • 18. WMD, proliferation and deterrence (Michael Cohen, ANU)
  • 19. Counter-Terrorism (Raffaello Pantucci, RUSI)
  • 20. Intelligence and National Security (Paul Burke, Delft University of Technology)
  • 21. Cybersecurity (TBC)
  • 22. Maritime security (Carolin Liss, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)
  • 23. Energy security (Jennifer Hunt, National Security College, ANU)
  • 24. Biosecurity (Brett Edwards, Tom Hobson, and Neville Li, University of Bath)