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War, peace, and security [electronic resource]

War, peace, and security [electronic resource]

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Fontanel, Jacques. Chatterji, Manas, 1937-.
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War, peace, and security [electronic resource] / edited by Jacques Fontanel, Manas Chatterji.
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Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   c2008.  
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1 online resource (xxi, 335 p.).
총서사항
Contributions to conflict management, peace economics and development,1572-8323 ; v. 6
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9781849505352 (electronic bk.)
요약
Although all religions and cultures preach the gospel and virtues of peace, the history of mankind is the history of war and peace; millions have perished in international and domestic conflicts, and many wars have been fought on behalf of those same religions and people who call for peace around the world. During the 20th century, at the height of human civilization, we have seen two world wars and many devastating region conflicts. Although the last two decades have seen a prevalence of domestic, rather than international conflict, these have been as vicious and as destructive as any other war. Further, we are still facing the threat of nuclear confrontation, and a new kind of war - the war on terror - is also taking place.Although there is widespread desire for peace, there is no sustained advocacy of it by our political and cultural leaders. Citizens the world over have become more insecure because of international and domestic conflicts, genocide, terrorism, drug and criminal activities, weapons of mass destruction, pandemic threats of infectious diseases like Aids and HIV, natural disasters, poverty, resource constraints, climate change, threats to the international financial system, and much else. All these are interrelated at some level. In the name of international and domestic security, billions of dollars are wasted on unproductive military spending in both developed and developing countries, when millions are starving and living without basic human needs.This book contains a number of original articles relating to military spending, military industrial establishments, peace keeping, terrorism, environmental security and democratic peace, prepared by leading scholars in the field. Since we are living in a globalized world, global security rather than national security is the relevant issue. Global security must be consistent with and complimentary to a basic human security, which preserves freedom from threats to people's rights and safety. Because peace is not just the absence of violence. It is related to all the above issues - the socio-economic, political and physical environment of the world. Making this clear is the focus of the book.
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Introduction : the controversial economic question of peace and war / Jacques Fontanel, Manas Chatterji -- Defense-industrial establishment of Russia / Alexander Karlik, Igor Maximtsev, Jean-Paul Hébert, Paul-Marie Clouet -- The determinants of military expenditures / Jacques Fontanel, Ivan Samson -- Peace, war and international security : economic theories / Paul Dunne, Fanny Coulomb -- Analyzing dependencies in geo-economics and geo-politics / Michael D. Ward, Peter D. Hoff -- The economics of terrorism / Michael D. Intriligator, Steven Coissard -- Economics of UN peacekeeping operations / Nadége Sheehan -- The gender approach in institutional responses to conflict / Liliane Bensahel, Steven Coissard, Claske Dijkema -- Political economy of the humanitarian actions / Jacques Fontanel, Albane Geslin -- Economic intelligence and national security / Carlos Seiglie, Steven Coissard, Yann chinard -- International security and sustainable development / Jurgen Brauer -- Securing the environment and securing states / Urs Luterbacher, Carla Norrlöf -- Does the European defence burden-sharing matter? / Martial Foucault -- Race versus culture in politics and war : implications for Africa / Ali A. Mazrui -- International security, defence economics and the powers of nations / Ron Smith, Jacques Fontanel -- Global security and human security / Michael D. Intriligator, Fanny Coulomb -- The economic reorganization of the military sector at the beginning of the twenty-first century / Jacques Fontanel, Fanny Coulomb -- The evolution and future of European defence firms / Keith Hartley, Renaud Bellais, Jean-Paul Hébert.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Intro -- War, Peace and Security -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Introduction: The controversial economic question of peace and war -- The main economic thoughts about peace and wars -- The new economic analyses or policies of war inside the economists for peace and security association -- Summary of the content of the book -- Reference -- Chapter 2. Peace, war and international security: economic theories -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The economics of security -- 3. The new economics of conflict8 -- 4. Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 3. International security, defence economics and the powers of nations -- Introduction -- Security -- National security -- International security -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4. Global security and human security -- The current threats hanging on the world peace -- Some proposals to secure the world system -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5. The economic reorganization of the military sector at the beginning of the twenty-first century -- Crisis and renewal of the military power in the global economy -- The Revival of the Military Power in Relation to the New Threats -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6. The evolution and future of European defence firms -- Introduction -- European firms under transformation -- The inescapable economics of defence systems -- Defence industrial policy: the way forwardquest -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 7. Defense-industrial establishment of Russia -- The development of DIEs as the reaction for the external threats -- ‘‘Commercial pragmatism’’33 in Russian arms exports policy. Dependency toward arms export -- Russian aeronautic industry turns to the west -- Notes -- Chapter 8. The determinants of military expenditures -- Introduction -- The explanation by arms race -- New threats -- The membership to an alliance -- The existence of a national armament industry -- Importance of the military R&D -- The state budget growth -- References -- Chapter 9. Analyzing dependencies in geo-economics and geo-politics -- Introduction -- The gravity model of international commerce -- Estimation details -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Appendix A. Notation -- Appendix B. Software and data documentation -- Chapter 10. The economics of terrorism -- Introduction and motivation -- Terrorists and antiterrorists -- Means and ends -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 11. Economics of UN peacekeeping operations -- Introduction -- Characteristics of UN peacekeeping operations -- Contributions to UN peacekeeping: The UN peacekeeping assessment system -- UN peacekeeping expenditures -- Debt in UN peacekeeping and consequences -- Deployments of national armies for UN peacekeeping operations: a system with many deficiencies -- Economic options for UN peacekeeping production -- References -- Chapter 12. The gender approach in institutional responses to conflict -- Introduction -- Components of a gender approach -- Gender approach: a historical review -- The contribution of the gender approach -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 13. Political economy of the humanitarian actions -- Introduction -- The political economy of humanitarian missions -- The political economy of humanitarian interventions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 14. Economic intelligence and national security -- Introduction -- Economic intelligence systems: the US intelligence community -- Economic intelligence and national security: first model -- Economic intelligence as source of economic power: second model -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 15. International security and sustainable development -- Introduction: security, development, sustainability -- Security-development -- Security-sustainability -- Development-sustainability -- All together now: security, development, sustainability -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 16. Securing the environment and securing states -- Introduction -- The model -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix. Technical Appendix -- Chapter 17. Does the European defence burden-sharing matterquest -- Introduction -- Conclusions and future research agenda -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 18. Race versus culture in politics and war: implications for Africa -- Comparative imperialism: European and American -- Comparative apartheid: cultural and racial -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Subject Index -- .

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