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Global Security Concerns : Anticipating the Twenty-First Century

By Magyar, Karl P.

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Title: Global Security Concerns : Anticipating the Twenty-First Century  
Author: Magyar, Karl P.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Magyar, K. P. (n.d.). Global Security Concerns : Anticipating the Twenty-First Century. Retrieved from http://www.hawaiilibrary.net/


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Preface: One of the most important and intellectually fascinating areas of investigation for the student of political affairs concerns the attempt to understand why man makes war. This ancient field of inquiry may be addressed at such various levels as the philosophical and psychological or the institutional and structural contexts of human behavior. For example, did the recent wars in Somalia, Rwanda, and Haiti result from clashing ideologies, tribalism, poverty and class warfare, the cold war, or distant ramifications of colonial history, or, as has been postulated, the trees of these countries having been cut down? These plausible sources of conflict offer insight into various dimensions of explanations for wars; however, the analysts in this volume focus on just one aspect of the inquiry. They were charged with the task of anticipating which specific contentious issues likely will propel large, organized political units to choose violent means of acquiring their sociopolitical objectives rather than attaining them peacefully. The units on which we focus have been traditionally identified as states, but we recognize that a host of new sub- and supra-state actors also will play major roles in such wars; hence, we also will allude to them.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Preface, Vi - History, Culture, And Change: Foundations of Conflicts And Wars, 1 - Religion-A Banner for Twenty-First Century Conflict, 19 - National Fragmentation, Ethnicity, And the New World Order, 32 - Population Pressures, Migration, And Refugees, 46 - Transnational Crime Its Effect And Implications for International Stability, 58 - Human Rights And Humanitarian Concerns, 70 - Anticipating the Twenty-First Century Economic Sources of Conflicts, 82 - The Third World?s Nonviable States A Major Source of Conflict In the Twenty-First Century, 96 - Table 2, 101 - When the Water Runs Out, 111 - Transnational Air, Water, And Land Degradation Problems, 124 - Nuclear Conflict And Nonproliferation Issues In the Twenty-First Century, 134 - The Other Weapons of Mass Destruction Chemical And Biological, 145


 

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