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Security and Cooperation, International Institutions and Relations


Section Editor

Thomas J. Biersteker 

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland
thomas.biersteker@graduateinstitute.ch
 

Security and Cooperation, International Institutions and Relations


Security takes many forms and its meaning differs depending on the vantage point from which it is viewed. The potential of armed conflicts, new forms of warfare and shifting alliances make for an increasingly complex security landscape. International cooperation is also multidimensional, with international institutions extending far beyond the realm of formal inter-governmental organizations and increasingly involving state actors along with multinational corporations and civil society organizations. International Relations as a subject remains a contested domain, with successive generations of scholars pushing the boundaries of the subject with much needed conceptual, normative, and methodological innovations. The Security and Cooperation, International Institutions and Relations Section of Global Perspectives is open to such innovations that challenge different parochialisms and open up new transdisciplinary perspectives on the current and future state of security and international cooperation.

Please see Thomas Biersteker's editorial, Global Perspectives on Security, Cooperation, International Institutions, and International Relations.


Section Editorial Board

Itty Abraham, National University of Singapore, Singapore Peter Andreas, Brown University, USA
Deborah Avant, University of Denver, USA Neta Crawford, Boston University, USA
Ronald Deibert, University of Toronto, Canada James Der Derian, University of Sydney, Australia
Daniel Deudney, Johns Hopkins University, USA Tana Johnson, Duke University, USA
Stephanie Hofmann, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland Nico Krisch, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland
Marina Lebedeva, MGIMO, Moscow, Russia Evgeny Roschin, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), St Petersburg, Russia
Duncan Snidal, Oxford University, UK Diane Stone, University of Canberra, Australia,  & Warwick University, UK
Nina Tannenwald, Brown University, USA Peter Vale, Centre for the Development of Scholarship at the University of Pretoria, South Africa
Cynthia Weber, University of Sussex, UK  


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