Table of contents for Contemporary security analysis and Copenhagen peace research / edited by Stefano Guzzini and Dietrich Jung.


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1		Copenhagen Peace Research
Stefano Guzzini & Dietrich Jung					  1-24
Part I: Peace Research and IR Theory
2		Peace Research and International Relations in Scandinavia
From enduring rivalry to stable peace?	
Nils Petter Gleditsch							 25-45
3		Peace Research between Idealism and Realism
Fragments of a Finnish debate	
Raimo Väyrynen							 46-69
4	'The Cold War is What We Make of It'
	When peace research meets constructivism in International Relations	
Stefano Guzzini							 70-93
5	Peace and Security
	 Two concepts and their relationship	
Ole Wæver								 94-116
Part II: Globalization and Contemporary Security Studies
6		Wars and the Un-Making of States
Taking Tilly seriously in the contemporary world	
Anna Leander							           117-138
7	Post-Trinitarian War and the Regulation of Violence	
Bj¢rn M¢ller							            139-159
8	'Civil' and 'Uncivil' in World Society	
Barry Buzan 							            160-180
9	Globalisation and Societal Insecurity
The securitisation of terrorism and competing strategies for global gov-
ernance	
Morten Kelstrup						            181-199
10		From Bentham to Bush
Surveillance, security and the quest for visibility	
Lene Hansen							            200-218
11	The Subversion of Borders	
Thomas Diez							            219-240
Part III: Security Analysis in the Larger European Context
12		A Deutschian Security Community?
Nordic peace reframed	
Pertti Joenniemi						            241-260
13	Initiating a Security Community
	General theory, history and prospects for Baltic-Russian relations	
Hans Mouritzen 						            261-282
14		The EU as a Foreign Policy Actor
The limitations of territorial sovereignty	
Christopher S. Browning					            283-304
15		Fears into Fences
The isolationist pitfall of European federalism	
Jaap de Wilde							            305-328
16	New NATO
	Europe's continued security crisis	
Sten Rynning						                        329-350
17		Securitising European Integration
Turkey and the EU	
Dietrich Jung							            351-370
18	Algeria: Violence and Securitisation	
Ulla Holm							            371-391
Håkan Wiberg Bibliography (Selected)	
compiled by Anita Elleby					            392-420
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Peace Research, Security, International