Deadly Transfers and the Global Playground

Deadly Transfers and the Global Playground Author Robert Mandel
ISBN-10 0275962288
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 139
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Analyzes the causes and the consequences of deadly transfers of clandestine arms, illegal migrants, illicit drugs, hazardous materials, infectious diseases, and information disruptions.

Transnational Security

Transnational Security Author Marie-Helen Maras
ISBN-10 9781466594449
Release 2014-10-09
Pages 373
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Globalization and the easy movement of people, weapons, and toxins across borders has transformed security into a transnational phenomenon. Preventing transnational security threats has proven to be a very difficult challenge for governments and institutions around the world. Transnational Security addresses these issues, which are at the forefront of every global security professional’s agenda. This book analyzes the most pressing current transnational security threats, including weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, organized crime, cybercrime, natural disasters, human-made disasters, infectious diseases, food insecurity, water insecurity, and energy insecurity. It considers the applicable international laws and examines how key international organizations are dealing with these issues. The author uses a combination of theory and real-world examples to illustrate the transnational nature of security risks. By providing a detailed account of the different threats, countermeasures, and their implications for a number of different fields—law, public policy and administration, security, and criminology—this book will be an extremely useful resource for academicians, practitioners, and graduate and upper-level undergraduate students in these areas.

Oceans of Crime

Oceans of Crime Author Carolin Liss
ISBN-10 9789814279468
Release 2011
Pages 425
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Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--Murdoch University.

Terrorism and Transnational Security Threats in West Africa

Terrorism and Transnational Security Threats in West Africa Author Adebayo E. Adeyemi PhD
ISBN-10 9781503598171
Release 2015-09-18
Pages 388
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While it could be arguably stated that West Africa has achieved remarkable and sustainable progress in the areas of democratic governance and economic growth, the subregion, over the past few years, has been challenged by terrorism and other transnational security threats. Innocent civilians are continuously killed, security operatives and providers of humanitarian assistance are targeted, and properties and infrastructures are wantonly destroyed, thus culminating in significant displacement of people and acute poverty. If these developments are not carefully and timely addressed, they are capable of eroding progress so far recorded. It is against this background that this book examines the different manifestations of terrorism and related transnational security challenges in West Africa, with a view to exploring the internal and external sources and drivers of instability, establishing the linkages between terrorism and transnational threats, and reviewing the various steps taken in recent time to strengthen the subregion’s capacity to prevent and address the menace of terrorism and other security challenges and make necessary policy recommendations based on comprehensive best practices.

The New Power Politics

The New Power Politics Author Deborah Avant
ISBN-10 9780190604523
Release 2016-06-02
Pages 336
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Traditional analyses of global security cannot explain the degree to which there is "governance" of important security issues -- from combatting piracy to curtailing nuclear proliferation to reducing the contributions of extractive industries to violence and conflict. They are even less able to explain why contemporary governance schemes involve the various actors and take the many forms they do. Juxtaposing the insights of scholars writing about new modes of governance with the logic of network theory, The New Power Politics offers a framework for understanding contemporary security governance and its variation. The framework rests on a fresh view of power and how it works in global politics. Though power is integral to governance, it is something that emerges from, and depends on, relationships. Thus, power is dynamic; it is something that governors must continually cultivate with a wide range of consequential global players, and how a governor uses power in one situation can have consequences for her future relationships, and thus, future power. Understanding this new power politics is crucial for explaining and shaping the future of global security politics. This stellar group of scholars analyzes both the networking strategies of would-be governors and their impacts on the effectiveness of governance and whether it reflects broad or narrow concerns on a wide range of contemporary governance issues.

Emerging Transnational In security Governance

Emerging Transnational  In security Governance Author Ersel Aydinli
ISBN-10 9781135157272
Release 2010-02-25
Pages 216
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Bringing together leading international scholars with practicing intelligence, military, and police officers this book provides different theoretical and empirical perspectives on international security cooperation.

Multilateralism and Transnational Security

Multilateralism and Transnational Security Author Nayef R. F. Al-Rodhan
ISBN-10 2051020930
Release 2009
Pages 366
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In the globalised world of today, states face increasingly complex and transnational threats, which include, among other things, terrorism, international migration, weapons proliferation, poverty and human rights violations. This book maintains that the most effective responses to such threats are multilateral ones -- an argument that is supported by an exploration of the various multilateral organisations and instruments of security. The theoretical foundations for this book are set out in The Five Dimensions of Global Security: Proposal for a Multi-sum Security Principle (2007), and Symbiotic Realism: A Theory of International Relations in an Instant and an Interdependent World (2007). The former proposes five dimensions of global security (human, environmental, national, transnational and transcultural) that depend on good governance and justice. The latter proposes a new theory of international relations that addresses the instant and interdependent nature of our globalised world and enlarges the number of actors beyond the traditional state and non-state actors. Our instant and interdependent world makes multilateral responses better suited to current global security threats, and means that only multilateral responses can provide the authority, legitimacy, resources and burden-sharing that are necessary to tackle these threats -- because they advance a more just and sustainable world order.

Policing the Caribbean

Policing the Caribbean Author Ben Bowling
ISBN-10 9780199577699
Release 2010-05-27
Pages 350
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Policing the Caribbean investigates the emergence of transnational policing practises in response to drug trafficking and organized crime in ten Caribbean territories. The book addresses questions of accountability and explores how understandings of national sovereignty are shifting in the face of domestic and global insecurity.

Issues for Engagement Asian Perspectives on Transnational Security Challenges

Issues for Engagement  Asian Perspectives on Transnational Security Challenges Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:713348523
Release 2010
Pages 92
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Faculty members at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) have endeavored to gather in this volume a series of perspectives from the Asia-Pacific region. The resulting product of their efforts, in the form of this collection of essays, is intended to offer perspectives APCSS faculty have gathered from recent travels and other intersections with diverse groups dealing with these challenges regularly. As you would expect, the common thread is the diversity of perspectives, leading to various strategies, policies and actions to accomplish national objectives related to prioritized security challenges. The book contains the following essays: "Russia's Transnational Security: Challenges, Policies, and International Cooperation, by Rouben Azizian; "The Perfect Storm? Thailand's Security Predicament," by Miemie Winn Byrd; "Transnational Security Threats to Indonesia," by James R. Campbell; "Cambodia's Transnational Security Challenges," by Jessica H.S. Ear; "US-Oceania Security Cooperation in the Post 9/11 World: Whose Agendas and Priorities?" by Gerard A. Finin; "Japan's Transnational Security Agenda," by David Fouse; "Republic of Korea: Meeting the Challenge of Transnational Threats in the Twenty-First Century," by Steven Kim; "Afghanistan at a Crossroads: Transnational Challenges and the New Afghan State," by Kerry Lynn Nankivell; "Transnational Security Challenges in India," by Rollie Lal; "Perceptions of Transnational Security Threat in Malaysia and Singapore: Windows of Cooperative Opportunities for the United States," by Yoichiro Sato; "Sri Lanka: Transnational Security and Postinsurgency Issues," by Shyam Tekwani; and "Vietnamese Perspectives on Transnational Security Challenges," by Alexander Vuving.

Policing Global Risks

Policing Global Risks Author Conor O'Reilly
ISBN-10 1841138134
Release 2015-11-19
Pages 272
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At the transnational level, a variety of private policing forms have emerged to protect new sites of private authority within global governance, as well as to assume security responsibilities that were previously the sole preserve of state agents. Operating across the world's most hostile regions, the transnational security consultancy industry provides a compelling example of this phenomenon. From Colombia to Iraq, leading firms deploy a wide range of specialised security services to protect client interests in high-risk environments. In this detailed examination and theorisation of transnational security consultancy, Conor O'Reilly presents a timely critique of an industry that is well-placed to harness contemporary global security anxieties. Mass casualty terrorist attacks such as 9/11, corporate scandals such as Enron, ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and the insecurity surrounding pandemics have all lent further impetus to the transnational ascendancy of leading security consultancy firms. Through in-depth examination of the expanding transnational policing remit of leading firms, this book provides novel insights into transnational security governance and promotes a more nuanced appreciation of the transnational commercial security field. By proposing the concept of state-corporate symbiosis, it further examines the role of transnational security consultancy firms in the pursuit of mutually beneficial objectives across the state-corporate security nexus, as well as across borders.

Moving Beyond State centric Responses to Transnational Security Threats

Moving Beyond State centric Responses to Transnational Security Threats Author Joseph Edward Vorbach (III.)
ISBN-10 OCLC:48908572
Release 2001
Pages 494
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The results of the research suggest that efforts to develop effective self-regulatory behaviors in industries exploited by drug traffickers should receive greater emphasis in revised drug control strategies. Further, the dissertation hypothesizes that the nascent public/private engagement analyzed in the counter-drug trafficking case can inform more effective approaches to other transnational threats to security like organized crime and terrorism.

Transnational security issues and preventive diplomacy in Pacific Asia

Transnational security issues and preventive diplomacy in Pacific Asia Author Alan Dupont
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822035257153
Release 1999
Pages 20
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Transnational security issues and preventive diplomacy in Pacific Asia has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Transnational security issues and preventive diplomacy in Pacific Asia also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Transnational security issues and preventive diplomacy in Pacific Asia book for free.

Policy Briefs on the Transnational Aspects of Security and Stability

Policy Briefs on the Transnational Aspects of Security and Stability Author Nayef R. F. Al-Rodhan
ISBN-10 9783825801809
Release 2007
Pages 216
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This book looks specifically at a number of topics that deal with the changing nature of the state in the era of globalization, and the impact of this transformation on global security and stability. Each topic is also represented by a diagram assessing and illustrating the linkages between the challenges currently facing states and recommendations for ways in which the state can move forward. This book may serve as a reference guide for practitioners, students, and academic institutions that work to provide solutions to contemporary conflicts and security threats. Topics addressed include the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, arms control, energy security, natural disasters, the changing role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), health paradigms, and US environmental policy. The collection of policy briefs provides a valuable insight into a number of major issues that affect the future of the international system. The briefs are authored by acknowledged expert

Asian Transnational Security Challenges

Asian Transnational Security Challenges Author Caroline Ziemke-Dickens
ISBN-10 1741383641
Release 2010
Pages 224
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"The Council for Asian transnational Threat Research (CATR) has its roots in the initial months following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. Although the United States initially received widespread global support for what the Bush administration called the global war on terror, over time, as the US war on terror expanded its reach beyond al-Qaida's safe haven in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, allies and partners began to question some aspects of the US approach. Regional experts criticized the disproportionately military response to what they regarded as a threat with primarily political, social, and economic roots and the focus on religiously-motivated jihadists that overlooked other, largely secular, but no less dangerous, violent extremist movements. The regional view of the landscape of transnational threats in Asia extended well beyond al-Qaida, involving loose networks of violent groups that traded resources and know-how, but did not necessarily have a central leadership, common motivations, or a shared agenda. To understand and cope with this threat landscape would require a multilateral and nuanced approach, in which states across Asia could work in partnership with the United States to develop comprehensive responses to an increasingly complex threat environment."--DTIC abstract.

Transnational Companies and Security Governance

Transnational Companies and Security Governance Author Jana Hönke
ISBN-10 9781136219900
Release 2013-08-21
Pages 248
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This book examines non-state governance in areas of limited statehood by looking at the security practices of multinational companies. It investigates the everyday security practices of mining companies in Subsaharan Africa to illustrate a much broader and highly relevant phenomenon: hybrid transnational security governance. Such hybridity and its ambiguous effects characterise external security practices in many other arenas of intervention in our postcolonial world. Since the end of the Cold War, multinational companies from the extractive industries have expanded substantial.

Cooperative Security in the Asia Pacific

Cooperative Security in the Asia Pacific Author Jürgen Haacke
ISBN-10 9781135183219
Release 2010-01-21
Pages 296
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This book provides an in-depth and comprehensive study of the ASEAN Regional Forum, and its activities in promoting regional security after 9/11.

Transnational Security Challenges in Southeast Asia the Need for Multinational Military Cooperation and Coordination in ASEAN

Transnational Security Challenges in Southeast Asia  the Need for Multinational Military Cooperation and Coordination in ASEAN Author Duc Huong Tran
ISBN-10 OCLC:965784172
Release 2014
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Recently, the association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has accelerated the process of realizing a closer-knit ASEAN community by 2015 through implementing holistic and synergistic solutions with an emphasis on military cooperation. Economic development and political stability in the region facilitate the expansion of a cooperative agenda defense which has been marked by the inception of regular sessions of the ASEAN Defense Ministers Meeting (ADMM) and ADMM-Plus. However, the military cooperation sphere is considered to be lagging behind and remains a domain waiting for improvement. This thesis ascertains that there is a need for stronger and closer military cooperation and coordination under the ASEAN framework in order to address transnational security challenges in the region.