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  • Author:
    Anthony Burke
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    0719073057
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    Manchester University Press; 1 edition (August 1, 2007)
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    320 pages
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Series: New Approaches to Conflict Analysis MUP. Paperback: 320 pages.

Series: New Approaches to Conflict Analysis MUP. pointing to the extent to which such discourses remain trapped (particularly in the Asia-Pacific) within dominant security paradigms, and these epistemic communities rely upon a level of engagement with orthodox thinking about security that ultimately precludes genuine innovation in security thinking.

This innovative new book challenges these limitations and addresses the missing problems, people and vulnerabilities of the . Critical Security in the Asia-Pacific (New Approaches to Conflict Analysis). 0719073057 (ISBN13: 9780719073052).

This innovative new book challenges these limitations and addresses the missing problems, people and vulnerabilities of the Asia-Pacific region, while also turning a new, critical eye on traditional inter-state strategic dynamics.

Jim E. Hoare and others published Critical security in the Asia-Pacific .

Series: New Approaches to Conflict Analysis. Anthony Burke teaches International Relations and Security Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia. In the Asia-Pacific, the accepted wisdom of realism has meant that analyses rarely move beyond the statist, militarist and exclusionary assumptions that underpin traditional realpolitik. This innovative new book challenges these limitations and addresses the missing problems, people and vulnerabilities of the Asia-Pacific region. It also turns a critical eye on traditional interstate strategic dynamics. Matt McDonald is Assistant Professor in International Security at the University of Warwick.

Conflict analysis or conflict assessment is an initial stage of conflict resolution in which parties seek to gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics in their relationship. For instance, in Darfur, conflict analysis of the Fur-Arab War in 1987 noted that: from time immemorial, seasonal fluctuations in water and grazing land had led to conflict over natural resources in Darfur.

This volume of regional experts assess countries that have either spearheaded this form of security politics.

New Approaches to Human Security in the Asia-Pacific offers a distinctly d perspective to one of the most discussed components of international security policy, human security. This volume of regional experts assess countries that have either spearheaded this form of security politics (Japan and Australia) or have recently advanced to become a key player on various aspects of human security in both a domestic and global context (China).

The CNAS Asia-Pacific Security Program addresses opportunities and challenges for the United States in the region, with a growing focus on issues that originate in the Asia-Pacific but have global implications

The CNAS Asia-Pacific Security Program addresses opportunities and challenges for the United States in the region, with a growing focus on issues that originate in the Asia-Pacific but have global implications. It draws on a team with deep government and nongovernment expertise in regional studies, . foreign policy, international security, and economic statecraft. Strategic Competition with China.

Sub-Genre: International Relations. Series Title: New Approaches to Conflict Analysis

Sub-Genre: International Relations. Series Title: New Approaches to Conflict Analysis. Publisher: Manchester University Press. Dr Damien Rogers, Massey University.

Home Browse Books Book details, Strategy and Security in the Asia Pacific. Unlocking the major strategic themes and security challenges of the early 21st century, this book provides the analytical frameworks needed to make sense of this complex but exciting strategic universe. Strategy and Security in the Asia Pacific. By Robert Ayson, Desmond Ball. Offering a unique mix of global strategic thinking and Asia-Pacific security analysis, it provides a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the dynamic security developments in the region, around which much global strategy is based.

As Asia Pacific states wrestle with the burgeoning human needs generated . As in the rest of the world, human security in Asia still very much remains a work in process.

As Asia Pacific states wrestle with the burgeoning human needs generated by development and change, can state elites break down the barriers between freedom from fear and freedom from want? . There is much in this book to enrich the debate on seeking new ways and forms of recognizing and tackling the challenge of reconciling traditional and human security in the Asia-Pacific context where the state-centric geopolitical complexities prevail.

In the wake of 9/11, the Asian crisis and the 2004 tsunami, traditional analytical frameworks are increasingly unable to explain how individuals and communities are rendered insecure, or advance individual, global or environmental security. In the Asia-Pacific, the accepted wisdom of realism has meant that analyses rarely move beyond the statist, militarist and exclusionary assumptions that underpin traditional realpolitik. This innovative new book challenges these limitations and addresses the missing problems, people and vulnerabilities of the Asia-Pacific region. It also turns a critical eye on traditional interstate strategic dynamics. Critical security in the Asia-Pacific applies both a critical theoretical approach that interrogates the deeper assumptions underpinning security discourses, and a human-centred policy approach that focuses on the security, welfare and emancipation of individuals and communities. Leading Asia-Pacific researchers combine to apply these frameworks to the most pressing issues in the region, from the Korean peninsula to environmental change, Indonesian conflict, the 'war on terror' and the plight of refugees. The result is a sophisticated and accessible account of often-neglected realities of marginalization in the region, and a compelling argument for the empowerment and security of the most vulnerable.