DANIEL, Jan, Richard TURCSÁNYI, Diāna POTJOMKINA, Václav WALACH, Tamás CSIKI and Ľubomír LUPTÁK. Challenges of Central European Security: Critical Insights. 1st ed. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2015. 111 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-7772-0. doi:10.5817/CZ.MUNI.M210-7772-2015.
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Original name Challenges of Central European Security: Critical Insights
Name (in English) Challenges of Central European Security: Critical Insights
Authors DANIEL, Jan, Richard TURCSÁNYI, Diāna POTJOMKINA, Václav WALACH, Tamás CSIKI and Ľubomír LUPTÁK.
Edition 1. vyd. Brno, 111 pp. 2015.
Publisher Masarykova univerzita
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Type of outcome Book on a specialized topic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form electronic version available online
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ISBN 978-80-210-7772-0
Doi 10.5817/CZ.MUNI.M210-7772-2015
Tags Munipress
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Abstract
This book employs various theories of contemporary security studies to explore some of the most important and most common security issues in Central Europe at this time. Individual chapters of the book adhere mainly to European branches of critical and constructivist security studies, through which they look at some of the salient topics of Central European security politics.The distinction between internal and external security issues is employed throughout the book for analytical purposes.
Abstract (in Czech)
Tato kniha zkoumá za pomoci teorií současných bezpečnostních studií některé z nejdůležitějších bezpečnostních problémů dnešní střední Evropy. Jednotlivé její kapitoly vycházejí především z různých evropských kritických a konstruktivistických přístupů ke studiu bezpečnosti, které jsou následně aplikovány na charakteristická témata středoevropské bezpečnosti. Pro analytické účely kniha rozlišuje mezi vnitřními a vnějšími bezpečnostními tématy.
Abstract (in English)
This book employs various theories of contemporary security studies to explore some of the most important and most common security issues in Central Europe at this time. Individual chapters of the book adhere mainly to European branches of critical and constructivist security studies, through which they look at some of the salient topics of Central European security politics.The distinction between internal and external security issues is employed throughout the book for analytical purposes.
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