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Rethinking Security at the Crossroad of International Relations and Criminology

Didier Bigo
2016 British Journal of Criminology  
but a set of differentiated practices that are nevertheless connected along a Mobius strip.  ...  This article aims to introduce an in-depth conversation between International Relations (IR) and criminology about security practices and security studies.  ...  In some ways, part of the strategists who specialised in Kremlinology reinvented themselves as ethnographers of the Middle East or Yugoslavia.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bjc/azw062 fatcat:6w27hxszbfck5ckphefgerz2zm

Understanding the Pathways to Above-Mandatory Severance Pay When Downsizing: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of 20 Cases in France

Pierre Garaudel, Rachel Beaujolin, Florent Noël, Géraldine Schmidt
2016 Relations Industrielles - Industrial Relations  
Is it a way for unions to a qualitative comparative analysis of 20 cases in france demonstrate their power to their members, and their capacity to obtain something tangible that goes beyond legal obligations  ...  Or should it be interpreted as a radicalization of industrial relations, which leads workers to make their employer pay for the loss of their jobs?  ... 
doi:10.7202/1035903ar fatcat:776d33c2ynbozptxlxsbnxt624

PSYCHOLOGY ANDINTERNATIONALRELATIONSTHEORY

J. M. Goldgeier, P. E. Tetlock
2001 Annual review of political science (Palo Alto, Calif. Print)  
resources or a just resolution of conflicts of interest, can inform neo-institutionalist and constructivist theories.  ...  Work on bounded rationality in competitive markets and mixed-motive games, as well as the literature on the power of human emotions to shape judgments of what represents an equitable allocation of scarce  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Paul Brewer, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Martha Finnemore, Donald Green, Ernst Haas, Richard Herrmann, Robert Jervis, Peter Katzenstein, and Randall Schweller for their  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.polisci.4.1.67 fatcat:6vii2zn6rrdk7cv3zfbh7yrxxu

Investigating diplomatic transformations

NICHOLAS J. WHEELER
2013 International Affairs  
Berger, recalling his experiences with peacemaking in Northern Ireland and the Middle East, explained how he repeatedly found himself dealing with antagonists who expected the other party to make the first  ...  former officials and decision-makers, who had experienced conflict situations, back together to reflect on their previous encounters with a view to learning lessons for ending conflicts.  ...  Nevertheless, even if decision-makers can develop increased security dilemma sensibility, this is not a sufficient condition for the frame-breaking moves that are necessary to transform a conflict.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-2346.12028 fatcat:wbakao2tf5gmjenvbiofjapopy

Encountering Imagery: Materialities, Perceptions, Relations

John Robb
2014 Norwegian Archaeological Review  
We are also most grateful to the anonymous peer-reviewers for their great work in scrutinizing all texts, and lastly, our warmest thanks to the authors for contributing to this book.  ...  and Heritage for assistance with access to Old Man's Hat and accommodation at Middle Head and the Mawland Group for access to the Quarantine Station.  ...  Those who claim that Flatruet shows an elk hunt are making their theory valid by identifying the human figure as a depiction of a prehistoric hunter, and those who go for the shamanistic approach recognize  ... 
doi:10.1080/00293652.2014.956790 fatcat:mhdnwgsgvvgcta2zdzhajfrlbu

Neutrosophy in Arabic Philosophy

Florentin Smarandache, Salah Osman
2016 Social Science Research Network  
"The Owl of Minerva ", Hegel said, "first takes flight with twilight closing in".  ...  ), second edition, The House of Scientific Books (Dar al-Kutub al-Ilmya ), Beirut, 1983(in Arabic)  ...  There are main civilizations in the Middle East, India, and South America that have reduced or vanished, whereas they were in some day the holder of intellectual heritage for their age.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2731553 fatcat:d2r77p5xxjehteefktuzh6uhgq

Fuzzy logic based decision support for mass evacuations of cities prone to coastal or river floods

Xiaojuan Jia, Gilles Morel, Hipolito Martell-Flore, François Hissel, Jean-Louis Batoz
2016 Environmental Modelling & Software  
In a fuzzy relation, the inputs parameters and the output are both described as fuzzy sets. Thus, a fuzzy relation or rule describes a logical relation between fuzzy sets.  ...  Spatial application of the fuzzy logic method with ArcGIS in Bordeaux City Introduction In Chapter III, we developed a fuzzy logic system for evacuation necessity analysis.  ...  A general review of the organization of flood emergency management in France is shown in Figure D -17.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.07.018 fatcat:o3wdup4ttjg6dk5vo24sztpdlu

The British state 'security syndrome' and Muslim diversity: challenges for liberal democracy in the age of terror

Stefano Bonino
2016 Contemporary Islam  
This paper explores the securitisation of British Muslims within a global context in which tensions are reignited by the threat that Islamist terrorism, and Islam more generally, are considered to pose  ...  relations and achieve social cohesion.  ...  support for their violent causes in European and Middle Eastern countries.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11562-016-0356-4 fatcat:mxexjmeytnfyrhgel6k4tesqbu

THE EUROPEAN UNION'S NORTH AFRICA POLICY: A DEFENSIVE NEOREALIST PERSPECTIVE

Sibel ZENGİN
2019 Marmara Avrupa araştırmaları dergisi  
The method of the paper is hence the application of a theory (defensive neorealism) to a specific case (the case of the EU's relations with North Africa).  ...  a competition in redesigning the architecture of the region, notwithstanding the considerable interaction and cooperation between the two.  ...  by its wider impact in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) have been the main problems over the region.  ... 
doi:10.29228/mjes.20 fatcat:yxjzi3pl6vejxo22rdthrfrhiq

How Does the International Community Reconcile the Principles of Territorial Integrity and Self-Determination? The Case of Crimea

Khazar Shirmammadov
2015 Social Science Research Network  
After exposing the fragility of these principles in international law, the paper then concludes by proposing an alternative approach that utilizes a different philosophical logic, thus further illustrating  ...  From the very beginning, the legal interpretation of the situation in Crimea was that Russia's legal rhetoric was groundless and that her legal justification for the secession of Crimea was simply not  ...  approach based on the fuzzy logic 1 of mathematics.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2671934 fatcat:fm3klrmatff5tdixdyszd7zwoa

How Does the International Community Reconcile the Principles of Territorial Integrity and Self-Determination? The Case of Crimea

Khazar Shirmammadov
2016 Russian Law Journal  
After exposing the fragility of these principles in international law, the paper then concludes by proposing an alternative approach that utilizes a different philosophical logic, thus further illustrating  ...  From the very beginning, the legal interpretation of the situation in Crimea was that Russia's legal rhetoric was groundless and that her legal justification for the secession of Crimea was simply not  ...  approach based on the fuzzy logic 1 of mathematics.  ... 
doi:10.17589/2309-8678-2016-4-1-61-97 fatcat:4v3yuyncfveuzo6rcf7ubdbfpq

Turkey's Otherness In The Identity Discourses Of European Parliament

Hülya AĞCASULU, Ringo OSSEWAARDE
2019 Ege Academic Review  
The study's major findings are a) the tendency to present acquired characteristics as the innate differences; b) the majority of exclusive discourses emanate from right-wing MEPs and c) the exclusivist  ...  This study aims to analyze discursive constructions of Turkey's otherness and its relation to European identity in the European Parliament (EP).  ...  These are a) what are the hegemonic exclusive discourses of European identity?; b) how Turkey is framed as the other in relation to the European identity?  ... 
doi:10.21121/eab.464110 fatcat:v5q4ca6hbnfv7pdzwlfsqdiqxi

Discourse Semantics and Ideology

Teun A. van Dijk
1995 Discourse & Society  
This article presents fragments of a new, multidisciplinary theory of ideology and its relations with discourse, formulated in the broader framework of a critical discourse analysis.  ...  by underlying ideologies, as expressed in opinion articles in the New York Times and the Washington Post.  ...  of the Middle East.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0957926595006002006 fatcat:5pndwj4uovhgxkzv2a6giodiea

Making States Work: State Failure and the Crisis of Governance

G. John Ikenberry, Simon Chesterman, Michael Ignatieff, Ramesh Thakur
2006 Foreign Affairs  
The University operates through a worldwide network of research and postgraduate training centres, with its planning and coordinating headquarters in Tokyo.  ...  Its activities focus mainly on the areas of peace and governance, environment and sustainable development, and science and technology in relation to human welfare.  ...  In the 1540s the colonial administration passed laws to protect indigenous peoples and prohibit their enslavement.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20031853 fatcat:egtgzohz6bgonbslkwpi3rcttq

Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics

Giovanni Sartori
1970 American Political Science Review  
At the other end a sophisticated minority qualify as overconscious thinkers, in the sense that their standards of method and theory are drawn from the physical, "paradigmatic" sciences.The wide gap between  ...  with the crucial concern of "methodology," which is a concern with the logical structure and procedure of scientific enquiry.  ...  Acknowledgements An earlier draft, "Theory and Method in Comparative Politics," was submitted as a working paper to the IPSA Torino Round Notes  ... 
doi:10.2307/1958356 fatcat:6fgbinbecndlxhnleayo33lbvq
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