ABSTRACT

This book examines the development of peace research and explores its present challenges, focusing on the contribution made by the Copenhagen Peace Research Institute. The authors investigate how peace research relates to security studies and international relations, providing a comprehensive study of conceptual innovations and a discussion of secu

chapter 1|12 pages

Copenhagen peace research

ByStefano Guzzini, Dietrich Jung

part |2 pages

Part I Peace research and IR theory

chapter 2|12 pages

Peace Research and International Relations in Scandinavia

From enduring rivalry to stable peace?
ByNils Petter Gleditsch

chapter 3|13 pages

Peace research between idealism and realism

Fragments of a Finnish debate
ByRaimo Väyrynen

chapter 4|13 pages

‘The Cold War is what we make of it’

When peace research meets constructivism in International Relations
ByStefano Guzzini

chapter 5|14 pages

Peace and security: two concepts and their relationship OLE WÆVER

Two concepts and their relationship
ByOle Wæver

part |2 pages

Part II Globalisation and contemporary security studies

chapter 6|12 pages

Wars and the un-making of states

Taking Tilly seriously in the contemporary world
ByAnna Leander

chapter 7|13 pages

Post-trinitarian war and the regulation of violence

ByBjørn Møller

chapter 8|12 pages

‘Civil’ and ‘uncivil’ in world society

ByBarry Buzan

chapter 9|11 pages

Globalisation and societal insecurity

The securitisation of terrorism and competing strategies for global governance
ByMorten Kelstrup

chapter 10|11 pages

From Bentham to Bush

Surveillance, security and the quest for visibility
ByLene Hansen

chapter 11|13 pages

The subversion of borders

ByThomas Diez

part |2 pages

Part III Security analysis in the larger European context

chapter 12|11 pages

A Deutschian security community?

Nordic peace reframed
ByPertti Joenniemi

chapter 13|13 pages

Initiating a security community

General theory, history and prospects for Baltic–Russian relations
ByHans Mouritzen

chapter 14|13 pages

The EU as a foreign policy actor

The limitations of territorial sovereignty
ByChristopher S. Browning

chapter 15|13 pages

Fears into fences

The isolationist pitfall of European federalism
ByJaap H. de Wilde

chapter 16|12 pages

The new NATO

Europe’s continued security crisis
BySten Rynning

chapter 17|12 pages

Securitising European integration

Turkey and the EU
ByDietrich Jung

chapter 18|12 pages

Algeria

Securitisation of state/regime, nation and Islam
ByUlla Holm