Regulating Global Security

Insights from Conventional and Unconventional Regimes
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. Januar 2019
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • XV, 314 Seiten
978-3-319-98598-5 (ISBN)
 
¿This edited collection presents an innovative approach to global security regimes. Employing both conceptual and empirical studies, the volume examines three empirically-oriented sets of cases: weapons of mass destruction, humanitarian disarmament and unconventional threats. The book combines interrogations of the most prominent prohibition/regulatory regimes while covering WMDs, humanitarian issues and other agendas such as drugs, endangered species and cyber security. It will be of interest to academics and researchers in International Relations and Security Studies.
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Nik Hynek is Associate Professor in Theory of Politics and Chair of the Department of Security Studies at the Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic.

Ondrej Ditrych is Director of Institute of International Relations Prague and academic fellow at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

Vit Stritecky is Assistant Professor in Security Studies at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

1. Introduction Nik Hynek, Ondrej Ditrych and Vit Stritecky 2. Evolutionary and Disciplinary Characteristics of Regime TheorizationNik Hynek 3. Global Security Regimes and International Law Veronika Bilkova 4. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime: Between Prevention and Prohibition Jan Ruzicka 5. Global Governance of Natural Uranium: An Uneven PatchworkCindy Vestergaard 6. The Biological Weapons Regime James Revill 7. The International Regime Prohibiting Chemical Weapons and Its Evolution Alexander Kelle 8. Powers of the Gun: Process and Possibility in Global Small Arms ControlMike Bourne 9. Legal and Political Analysis of Antipersonnel Landmines and Cluster Munitions Regimes Nik Hynek 10. International Migration Regimes: Understanding Environmental ExceptionTomas Bruner 11. The International Drug Prohibition Regime As Security Regulation: Stability and Change in an Increasingly Less Prohibitionist WorldOndrej Ditrych and Constanza Sanchez-Aviles 12. Fate and Future of the Wildlife Trade Regulatory Regimes: The Case of Cites and Rhino Horn Trafficking Miroslav Nozina 13.Global Code: Power and the Weak Regulation of CyberweaponsTim Stevens 14. ConclusionNik Hynek, Ondrej Ditrych and Vit Stritecky
This edited collection presents an innovative approach to global security regimes. Employing both conceptual and empirical studies, the volume examines three empirically-oriented sets of cases: weapons of mass destruction, humanitarian disarmament and unconventional threats. The book combines interrogations of the most prominent prohibition/regulatory regimes while covering WMDs, humanitarian issues and other agendas such as drugs, endangered species and cyber security. It will be of interest to academics and researchers in International Relations and Security Studies.
Nik Hynek is Associate Professor in Theory of Politics and Chair of the Department of Security Studies at the Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic.

Ondrej Ditrych is Director of Institute of International Relations Prague and academic fellow at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

Vit Stritecky is Assistant Professor in Security Studies at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

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