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Antarctic and Arctic Maritime Security Interaction within Liberalism, Realism and Critical Theories
Antarctic and Arctic Maritime Security Interaction within Liberalism, Realism and Critical Theories

Author(s): Burak Şakir Şeker, Hasret Çomak
Subject(s): International Law, Maritime Law
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Antarctic; Arctic; Maritime; Security; Interaction; Liberalism; Realism; Critical Theories;
Summary/Abstract: International security possesses a focal situation within the discipline of international relations. This concept is based upon the nations’ sovereignty principle that indicates order and stability in the domestic sphere, and disorder and possible confusion in the international arena. Notwithstanding, the issue of security in the international arena has been the subject of an important theoretical discussion, with various approaches to international security previsions created by liberal, realist and critical theorists. Likewise, various new threats of security have emerged that are especially hazardous, since the end of the Cold War, because these newly emerged threats benefit differently, and more extensively, from the modern world’s interconnectedness.

  • Page Range: 9-23
  • Page Count: 15
  • Publication Year: 2022
  • Language: English