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(In)Security and the Production of International Relations
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[Hagmann] ambitiously tries to link the construction of threat and danger to tangible changes in three European countries, international postures and policies, following in successive chapters French, German, and Swiss policy making from the immediate postwar era through the end of the Cold War, using parliamentary documents, leaders' statements, press reports, and academic debate. ... Recommended for graduate students and professional analysts in the European security field. --D. N. Nelson, Center for Arms Control & Nonproliferation, CHOICE recommended
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Jonas Hagmann is Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and has a PhD in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.
Part I: Security as Systematization 1. Introduction 2. Endangering and Ordering International Relations 3. Contesting and Conditioning International Relations Part II: Genealogies of European Insecurity Politics 4. France's Troubled Post-war Years 5. Westbindung, Winning Paradigm in West Germany 6. Neutral Switzerland and the non-recognition of direct danger 7. Gaullism as World Order Perspective 8. The West German Ostpolitik Years 9. Switzerland Embraces Collective Dangers 10. France and the re-construction of European insecurities 11. Unified Germany in the post-Cold War era Part III: (In-)security and the production of international relations 12. Conclusion