Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation
The Concept of Security and International Relations Theory, Working Paper No. 3, First Annual Conference on Discourse, Peace, Security and International Society
- Author(s): Walker, R.B.J.
- et al.
The participation of states in a wide range of processes--economic, military, tecnological, cultural, and political--produces ever more intense forms of insecurity on many dimensions. This working paper explores some of the assumptions that underlie conventional discourse on national securityand how they intersect with modern international relations theory.