Guns and Butter : The Political Economy of International Security
Reflecting the growing interest among scholars and practitioners in the relationship between security affairs and economics, this new volume explores the nature of that relationship in the first decade of the 21st century. Among the issues addressed in the book are the impact of the events of September 11 and of the U.S. response. The authors also consider whether the challenges of the current security environment are in fact new, or instead more virulent manifestations of long-term trends and processes. The result is a state-of-the-art resource on the engagement between security studies and international political economy, intended to encourage still further broadening and overlap of the research agendas of both fields.
- Paperback | 300 pages
- 149.9 x 226.1 x 15.2mm | 385.56g
- 30 Jun 2005
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
- illustrated Edition
Table of contents
The Political Economy of International Security, P. Dombrowski. False Dichotomies: Why Economics Are High Politics - N.M. Ripsman. Political Economy And International Security: New Intersections. The Economic Foundations of Military Power - E.O. Goldman and L.J. Blanken. Foreign Investors in Conflict Zones: New Expectations - V. Haufler. Plight or Plunder? Natural Resources and Civil War - C. Kahl. A Multidimensional Approach to Security: The Case of Japan - C. Hughes. U.S. Policies And The Emerging Politicla Economy Of Security. U.S. Statecraft in a Unipolar World - L. Skalnes. New Rationales and Old Concerns About U.S. Arms-Export Policy - S. Hook and D. Rothstein. Protecting Critical Infrastructure: The Role of the Private Sector - S. Eckert. A Windown On The Future. Understanding Security Through the Eyes of the Young - M. Boyer et al. The New Security Environment: Policy Implications - P. Dombrowski.