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Reconceptualizing Security in the Americas in the Twenty-First Century

Reconceptualizing Security in the Americas in the Twenty-First Century by Bruce M. Bagley
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This book illustrates the plethora of security concerns of the Americas in the 21st century. It presents the work of a number of prolific scholars and analysts in the continents of America. The book provides one of the only expansive applications of theory to a wide geographical area. It offers new perspectives and urges readers to take theory seriously through use.

Within the Americas, we find a number of important issues that compose of this geographic security complex. Most important are the threats that supersede borders: drug trafficking, migration, health, and environment. These threats change our understanding of security and the state and region process of neutralizing or correcting these threats. This volume evaluates these threats within contemporary security discourse.
Lexington Books; February 2015
376 pages; ISBN 9780739194867
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Title: Reconceptualizing Security in the Americas in the Twenty-First Century
Author: Bruce M. Bagley; Jonathan D. Rosen; Hanna S. Kassab; Bruce M. Bagley; Jorge Chabat; Sebastían Antonio Cutrona; R. Evan Ellis; Juan Carlos Garzón Vergara; Joseph M. Humire; Adam Isacson; Hanna S. Kassab; Barnett S. Koven; Alberto Lozano-Vázquez; Bradford R. McGuinn; Cynthia McClintock; Rémi Piet; Sherri L. Porcelain; Daniel Suman; Jonathan D. Rosen; Lilian Yaffe; Roberto Zepeda Martínez
 
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9780739194850
9780739194867