Challenge and Change : Global Threats and the State in Twenty-first Century International Politics
This edited volume addresses how the state system, the organizing political institution in world politics, copes with challenges of rapid change, unanticipated crises, and general turmoil in the twenty-first century. These disruptions are occurring against the background of declining US influence and the rising power of countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Traditional inter-state security concerns coexist with new security preoccupations, such as rivalries likely to erupt over the resources of the global commons, the threat of cyber warfare, the ever-present threat of terrorism, and the economic and social repercussions of globalization. The contributors explore these key themes and the challenges posed by rapid change.
Noonan, Norma C., "Challenge and Change : Global Threats and the State in Twenty-first Century International Politics" (2016). Faculty Bookshelf. 18.