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Mapping State And Non State Actors Responses To Nuclear Energy In Southeast Asia

Author : Putra Nur Azha
ISBN : 9789814723213
Genre : Political Science
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This book aims to introduce and discuss the policy issues and challenges surrounding the development of nuclear power energy in Southeast Asia (SEA). Nuclear energy is poised for substantial growth in a region that is in need of more sustainable and clean energy source against the background of rising energy demand and an increasingly narrower power supply and demand gap. However, there are many safety and security risks associated with nuclear power especially so for a region that remains vulnerable to political risks and military conflicts. This book will, therefore, discuss those policy issues and challenges and offers unique insights from the practitioners, industry experts, academics, and policymakers on how the SEA governments could mitigate those risks through good governance. Contents:Nuclear Energy: Issues and Challenges for Southeast Asia States (Nur Azha Putra)Nuclear Energy Security and the Policy Environment in Southeast Asia (Alistair D B Cook and Sofiah Jamil)Towards a Regional Nuclear Energy Safety Regime in Southeast Asia (Nicholas Fang)Areas of Regional Nuclear Energy Cooperation (Eulalia Han)Challenges in Adapting Malaysia's Legal Framework to International Nuclear Norms (Aishah Bidin)Policy Considerations for Singapore's Nuclear Energy Involvements (John Bauly)Human Resources and Capacity Building: Issues and Challenges for Vietnam's Nuclear Energy Programme (Ton Nu Thi Ninh)Socioeconomic Impact of Nuclear Power (Hans Rogner) Readership: Graduates and researchers interested in policy issues and challenges surrounding nuclear power energy in Southeast Asia.

Negotiating Governance On Non Traditional Security In Southeast Asia And Beyond

Author : Mely Caballero-Anthony
ISBN : 9780231544498
Genre : Political Science
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The threats the world currently faces extend beyond traditional problems such as major power competition, interstate conflict, and nuclear proliferation. Non-traditional security challenges such as climate change, migration, and natural disasters surpass states’ capacity to address them. These limitations have led to the proliferation of other actors—regional and international organizations, transnational networks, local and international nongovernmental organizations—that fill the gaps when states’ responses are lacking and provide security in places where there is none. In this book, Mely Caballero-Anthony examines how non-traditional security challenges have changed state behavior and security practices in Southeast Asia and the wider East Asia region. Referencing the wide range of transborder security threats confronting Asia today, she analyzes how non-state actors are taking on the roles of “security governors,” engaging with states, regional organizations, and institutional frameworks to address multifaceted problems. From controlling the spread of pandemics and transboundary pollution, to managing irregular migration and providing relief and assistance during humanitarian crises, Caballero-Anthony explains how and why non-state actors have become crucial across multiple levels—local, national, and regional—and how they are challenging regional norms and reshaping security governance. Combining theoretical discussions on securitization and governance with a detailed and policy-oriented analysis of important recent developments, Negotiating Governance on Non-Traditional Security in Southeast Asia and Beyond points us toward “state-plus” governance, where a multiplicity of actors form the building blocks for multilateral cooperative security processes to meet future global challenges.

Economic Interdependence And International Conflict

Author : Edward Deering Mansfield
ISBN : 0472022938
Genre : Political Science
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The claim that open trade promotes peace has sparked heated debate among scholars and policymakers for centuries. Until recently, however, this claim remained untested and largely unexplored. Economic Interdependence and International Conflict clarifies the state of current knowledge about the effects of foreign commerce on political-military relations and identifies the avenues of new research needed to improve our understanding of this relationship. The contributions to this volume offer crucial insights into the political economy of national security, the causes of war, and the politics of global economic relations. Edward D. Mansfield is Hum Rosen Professor of Political Science and Co-Director of the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics at the University of Pennsylvania. Brian M. Pollins is Associate Professor of Political Science at Ohio State University and a Research Fellow at the Mershon Center.

Der Weg In Die Weltdiktatur Krieg Und Frieden Im 21 Jahrhundert Die Strategie Des Pentagon

ISBN : 3941956256
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Europ Isches Atomrecht

Author : Wolf-Georg Schärf
ISBN : 9783110292428
Genre : Law
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This new edition will be of special value in providing timely information about European atomic energy law. The heart of the compendium is a thorough presentation of the Euratom Treaty, including all of its component regulations, directives, and relevant decisions by the European Commission and European Court of Justice. There is an ongoing need for information about international as well as European atomic energy law.

Umweltv Lkerrecht

Author : Ulrich Beyerlin
ISBN : 340646517X
Genre : Environmental law, International
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A Rising China And Security In East Asia

Author : Rex Li
ISBN : 9781134059614
Genre : Political Science
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This volume provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the security discourse of Chinese policy elites on the major powers in East Asia in relation to China’s self-perception as a rising power. It is the first book-length study that utilizes International Relations theories systematically to analyze Chinese security perceptions of the United States, Japan and Russia, and the debate among Chinese international relations specialists on how China should respond to the perceived challenge from the major powers to its rise to a global status. Rex Li argues that the security discourse of Chinese policy analysts is closely linked to their conception of China’s identity and their desire and endeavour to construct a great power identity for China. Drawing on extensive and up-to-date Chinese-language sources, the study demonstrates that Chinese elites perceive the power, aspirations and security strategies of other East Asian powers primarily in terms of their implications for China’s pursuit of great power status. This new work will contribute significantly to the on-going academic and policy debate on the nature and repercussions of China’s rise. This book will be essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of Asian security, China’s foreign relations, security studies and international relations.

Donald J Trump Great Again

Author : Donald J. Trump
ISBN : 9783864703850
Genre : Business & Economics
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Zieht "The Donald" ins Weiße Haus? Für seine Fans verheißt er die Rückkehr goldener Zeiten. Für seine Gegner ist er wahlweise ein Lügner, ein Großmaul, ein Demagoge, ein Rassist oder vieles mehr. Ganz egal, wie man zu ihm steht – der Immobilien-Tycoon ist dem mächtigsten Amt der Welt bereits näher gekommen, als alle es für möglich gehalten hätten. Zeit also, sich zumindest einmal mit seinen Ansichten vertraut zu machen. Diese finden sich in seinem aktuellen Buch, in dem er, wen wundert's, darlegt, wie er sein geschundenes Land wieder zu alter Größe führen kann. Ein Buch das polarisieren wird. Ein Buch, das man gelesen haben sollte, um über die Person Donald Trump mitreden zu können.


Author : Julia Neles
ISBN : 9783642243295
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Knapp und klar arbeitet der Autor die Grundlagen zum Verständnis der Kernenergie heraus und ermöglicht Lesern damit einen leichten Einstieg ins Thema. Dabei vermittelt er nicht nur die technisch-wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen in allgemein verständlicher und umfassender Weise, sondern befasst sich auch mit den gesellschaftspolitischen Fragen der Sicherheit, der Entsorgung und der nuklearen Abrüstung. Der Band bietet die Möglichkeit, die aktuellen Entwicklungen nach der Reaktorkatastrophe in Fukushima einzuordnen und zu reflektieren.

Aspects Of India S International Relations 1700 To 2000

Author : Jayanta Kumar Ray
ISBN : 8131708349
Genre : India
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This Volume Is A Modernist Study Of India'S International Relations, Which Traverses Pre-Colonial, Colonial And Postcolonial Perspectives. Its Fourteen Chapters Discuss Varied Subjects Related To South Asia'S Regional And International Relations, Like: (I) The Institutionalization Of British Paramountcy In India And Its Effect On The Region'S External Relations, As Well As Indigenous Responses To Colonial Rule (Ii) The Influence Of Domestic Variables Upon India'S International Relations (Iii) The Interspersing Of Ethnic, Economic And Religious Factors In The Making Of The British Indian Empire, And Later, Of The Indian State (Iv) The Paradigms Of Nature, Culture, State-Making On The One Hand, And Political Ecology And Cultural Politics Of Natural Resources On The Other (V) The Changing Character Of Foreign Corporate Involvement In India (Vi) The Development Of Science And Technology In India And The Activities Of The Armed Forces In India (Vii) The Fostering Of Formal Arrangements Such As Saarc Or Safta In South Asia And Informal Challenges To India'S Security From Non-State Actors (Viii) The Economic, Political And Cultural Consequences Of Globalization For India During The Imperial-Colonial Phases (Ix) The Evolution, In Creative Writing, Of A Discourse On The World Outside India And On India'S Relationship With It. This Volume Will Be Of Interest To Scholars And Students Of South Asian Studies, History, Political Science And International Relations, And Defence Studies.

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