Spector and Wolf

International Negotiation 5: 411–426, 2000. © 2001 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 411 Negotiating Security: New Goals, Changed Process BERTRAM I. SPECTOR Center for Negotiation Analysis, 11608 Le Havre Drive, Potomac, Maryland 20854, USA AMANDA WOLF School of Business and

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point for reformational scholars working in many disciplines today. In this article I look at the field of Security Studies in connection to international relations, asking how reformational philosophy can help us reconceptualise the notion of security. This issue speaks to the core of the field and

Nalanda Roy

then current “balance” between and among these four key elements (LeMay 1987). This article aims to explore shifts in integration policy and an effort to reach a new harmonized balance between security and economic needs. Immigration engenders significant contribution to the US economy, whether in

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leave the country. His case was a petty one, but exactly its insignificance says a great deal about the state security organs of Greater Romania, a topic which I will attempt to broaden in this article. In Némethy’s case we see a commonly repeated pattern: an anonymous denunciation triggers police

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Lou Pingeot

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Nina Græger and Wrenn Yennie Lindgren

illustrated by the terrorist attacks in European cities in recent years. Under these circumstances, there is an explicit or implicit expectation about the state’s duty to care for its citizens. 2 Protecting citizens beyond state borders is a matter of security. Yet existing security concepts have little

Manuel Mireanu

‘self-defense’ units, with a clear military character but no obvious or transparent connection to any state structures. Moreover, these units had a clear purpose: To tackle what they saw as a security threat, embodied by ‘Gypsy crime.’ This paper analyzes the context and the discourses of these

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Tugba Basaran

thorny relation to humanitarian acts. Starting with a study of eu proposals to save lives at sea, part two addresses the fault lines between security and rescue. Through the cases of Cap Anamur (2009) and Morthada/El-Hedi (2009), part three demonstrates the adverse effects of anti-smuggling laws on

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