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The Security Dilemma

Fear, Cooperation and Trust in World Politics

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This provides the first comprehensive analysis of the concept of the 'security dilemma'. By exploring the theory and practice of the security dilemma through the prisms of fear, cooperation and trust, it considers whether...

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This provides the first comprehensive analysis of the concept of the 'security dilemma'. By exploring the theory and practice of the security dilemma through the prisms of fear, cooperation and trust, it considers whether the security dilemma can be mitigated or even transcended analysing a wide range of historical and contemporary cases.

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A major new work by two leading academics
Provides a comprehensive assessment of the concept of the Security Dilemma and shows its central significance for our understanding of world politics
Essential reading for students and specialists in International Relations (a rapidly growing market) and for anyone with a general or professional interest in security and world affairs

Preface
Foreword by John H. Herz
Introduction: What is the Security Dilemma?
PART 1: ANARCHY
Uncertainty
Weapons
Fear
PART 2: SOCIETY
Norms
Regimes
Cooperation
PART 3: COMMUNITY
Reform
Transformation
Trust
PART 4: CONCUSION
The Security Dilemma in the 21st Century
Beyond the Security Dilemma.

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KEN BOOTH is the E.H. Carr Professor in the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK. He was a former Vice-Chair and Chair of the British International Studies Association, and its first President. In addition to numerous publications in the field of International Politics he is founding series editor of the Critical Security Studies Series (Lynne Rienner Publishers) and editor of International Relations.

NICHOLAS WHEELER is Professor in International Politics in the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK. He is also Director of the David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies, a Trustee of the Welsh Centre of International...

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KEN BOOTH is the E.H. Carr Professor in the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK. He was a former Vice-Chair and Chair of the British International Studies Association, and its first President. In addition to numerous publications in the field of International Politics he is founding series editor of the Critical Security Studies Series (Lynne Rienner Publishers) and editor of International Relations.

NICHOLAS WHEELER is Professor in International Politics in the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK. He is also Director of the David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies, a Trustee of the Welsh Centre of International Affairs, and a member of the United Nations Association of the UK's Policy Advisory Committee.

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