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Non-Traditional Security(NTS) in Central Asia: Contending Paradigms and Current Perspectives

Title
Non-Traditional Security(NTS) in Central Asia: Contending Paradigms and Current Perspectives
Author
김연규
Keywords
Central Asian security; non-traditional security; The Great Game; Great Powers; environment security; climate security; internal security
Issue Date
2012-06
Publisher
한국국제정치학회
Citation
The Korean Journal of International Studies,Vol.10 No.1 [2012],p123-152
Abstract
This article describes a new non-traditional security paradigm specifically with respect to security challenges that Central Asia faces due to internal instability and ecological disruptions. While security remains a contested term, more and more analysts studying Central Asia have come to define it in response to broad and often interlinked domestic and foreign threats or challenges to these states. Indeed, the linkages between state failure and domestic pathologies and foreign intervention or diminution of sovereignty are palpable and visible in the policies of local governments and among the rival great powers in Central Asia.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE01893543http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/38056
ISSN
2233-470X
DOI
10.14731/kjis.2012.06.10.1.123
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COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES[S](국제학부) > INTERNATIONAL STUDIES(국제학부) > Articles
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