Table of contents for Regions and powers : the structure of international security / Barry Buzan and Ole Wµver.


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Part 1. Introduction: Developing a Regional Approach to Global Security: 1. Theories and histories about the structure of contemporary international security
2. Levels: distinguishing the regional from the global
3. Security complexes: a theory of regional security
Part II. Asia: 4. South Asia: inching towards internal and external transformation
5. Northeast and southeast Asian security complexes during the Cold War
6. The 1990s and beyond: an emergent east Asian complex
Conclusion
Part III. The Middle East and Africa: Introduction
7. The Middle East: a perennial conflict formation
 8. Sub-saharan Africa: security dynamics in a setting of weak and failed states
Conclusions
Part IV. The Americas: 9. North America: the sole superpower and its surroundings
10. South America: an under-conflictual anomaly?
Conclusion: scenarios for the RSCs of the Americas
Part V. The Europes: Introduction
11. EU-Europe: the European Union and its 'near abroad'
12. The Balkans and Turkey
13. The post-Soviet space: a regional security complex around Russia
Conclusion: scenarios for the european supercomplex
Part VI. Conclusions: 14. Regions and powers: summing up and looking ahead
15. Reflections on conceptualising international security.


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