Tuesday, November 6, 2018

World Politics Of Security

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The international security order has found itself suffering beneath the strain of significant tensions these past years. With every publication of this series the problems analysed seem to have worsened: From the rise of ISIS to the situation in the Ukraine; from the refugee crisis in Europe to maritime tensions in East and South China Seas; from hybrid warfare to climate change; from a seemingly never-ending economic crisis to drug trafficking networks; from renewed nuclear threats to cyber warfare. The list appears endless and the international system, in turmoil

1. The Importance of the Global Maritime Domain for World Politics and Security.
2. Euro-Atlantic Security in an Era of Self Defence.
3. Hot Spot East and South China Seas and the Importance of Crisis Management – A European Perspective.
4. The New Colour of War – Hybrid Warfare and Partnerships.
5. Values and Interests at the Heart of European Union Foreign Policy.
6. The Impact of the Risk Perception Society on Sovereignty, Security and Development in the Global South. 
7. The Geopolitics of Future Wars. 
8. States in a Changing Global Order: Where does Africa fit? 
9. A Stake in the System: the Evolution of Criminal Links to Politics, and how they can be mitigated.. 
10. World Politics of Security: Global Cooperation facing the Predominance of Geopolitics. 
11. European Natural Gas Security Challenges in the Wake of the Ukraine/Russia Crisis. 
12. Security, Trust, and the NATO Alliance: European Security and the Question of Reassurance.
13. Brazilian International Perspectives and the Fate of Security Relations with the European Union: a brief Assessment 
14. National Laws and the Internet: The Making and Implications of Brazil’s Marco Civil 
15. The Shifting Flows of Global Energy and Trade: Implications for Latin America 
16. Reflections on the values of the International System of the 21st Century, and Brazil 
17. Our Daily Bread: Brazil and the European Union in the Struggle for Food Security 
18. Drug-trafficking and Security in Contemporary Brazil 
19. Peace Process in Colombia: Implications for internal and regional Security 
20. Nuclear Disarmament and Proliferation: Can we get the genie back into the bottle?  
21. Future Prospects for EU–Brazil Defence Cooperation 
22. Elements of a democratically-based anti-authoritarian Foreign Policy 
23. The Capa Method for Conflict Assessment and Policy Analysis for the Security and Defense Sector 
24. NGOs as norm dealers: Norm-Diffusion in Conflict- Management using the example of the ICRC 
25. The International System, Sovereignty, Territory and the Nation State: a Brazilian Perspective 

Author Details
"Felix Dane"
Representative of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation to Brazil

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