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Contents Introduction JAMES ROSENAU AND ERSEL AYDINLI 1 Part I: Reconceptualizing security 1. Security in the age of globalization: Separating appearance from reality MOHAMMED AYOOB 10 2. Two terrors, one problem KEN BOOTH 36 3. The national security state and global terrorism: Why the state is not prepared for the new kind of war T.V. PAUL 67 Part II: State transformations and responses 4. The Rise of the Trading State revisited MARK R. BRAWLEY 90 5. State transformation and new security dilemmas GEORG SORENSEN 111 6. Anarchy meets globalization: A new security dilemma for the modernizing state ERSEL AYDINLI 136 Part III: Regional reflections 7. Global challenges to Russia's national security: Any chances for resisting/ bandwagoning/adapting/contributing to an emerging world order? ALEXANDER SERGOUNIN 157 8. Globalization and (in)security in AMENA: A contextual double-pronged analysis BAGHDAT KORANY 182 9. The constellation of securities in Europe OLE WAEVER 206 Part IV: Emerging international patterns 10. The security dynamics of a 1+4 world BARRY BUZAN 242 11. Prospects for a new world order DAVID GOLDFISCHER 272 12. Turbulence and terrorism: Reframing or readjusting the model? JAMES N. ROSENAU 304 Conclusion ERSEL AYDINLI 317
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World politics -- 1989-.