Table of contents for Security studies : an introduction / edited by Paul D. Williams.

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Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations
List of Boxes, Figures and Tables
List of Contributors
1. Security Studies: An Introduction - Paul D. Williams
Part 1: Theoretical Approaches
2. Realism ø Colin Elman
3. Liberalism ø Cornelia Navari
4. Game Theory ø Frank C. Zagare
5. Constructivism ø Matt McDonald
6. Peace Studies - Peter Lawler
7. Critical Theory - Pinar Bilgin
8. Feminist Perspectives - Sandra Whitworth
9. International Political Sociology - Didier Bigo
Part 2: Key Concepts
10. Rethinking the Security Dilemma ø Ken Booth and Nicholas J. Wheeler
11. War ø Paul D. Williams
12. Terrorism ø Paul Rogers
13. Genocide and Mass Killing ø Adam Jones
14. Ethnic Conflict - Stuart J. Kaufman
15. Coercion - Lawrence Freedman and Srinath Rhagavan
16. Human Security - Fen Osler Hampson
17. Poverty - Caroline Thomas
18. Environmental Change - Simon Dalby
19. Health - Colin McInnes
Part 3: Institutions
20. Alliances ø John Duffield with Cynthia Michota and Sara Ann Miller
21. Regional Institutions - Louise Fawcett
22. The United Nations - Thomas G. Weiss and Danielle Zach Kalbacher
Part 4: Contemporary Challenges
23. International Arms Trade - William D. Hartung
24. Nuclear Proliferation - Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
25. Counterterrorism - Paul R. Pillar
26. Counterinsurgency - Joanna Spear
27. Peace Operations - Michael Pugh
28. The Responsibility to Protect - Alex J. Bellamy
29. Private Security - Deborah Avant 
30. Transnational Organized Crime ø John T. Picarelli
31. Population Movements - Sita Bali
32. Energy Security - Michael T. Klare
33. What Future for Security Studies? - Stuart Croft

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Security, International.
International relations.