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Securitization Process of Indo-Pacific and Asia-Pacific Through IR Theories within Maritime Security Interaction
Securitization Process of Indo-Pacific and Asia-Pacific Through IR Theories within Maritime Security Interaction

Author(s): Burak Şakir Şeker
Subject(s): Geopolitics, Maritime Law
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Securitization; Process; Indo-Pacific; Asia-Pacific; Ir Theories; Maritime Security Interaction;
Summary/Abstract: From ancient times to the present, the Indian and Pacific Oceans have been vital because it is an area that encompasses major trade routes and choke points. Oceans, on the other hand, is vulnerable to a variety of maritime security concerns, including piracy, drug trafficking, significant state conflicts, and terrorist operations. Coastal governments are unable to collectively assure the ocean's security, sometimes due to divergent interests and other times due to issues stemming from internal instability, but they have created regional organizations and are working in this field. Within the context of Indian and Pacific Oceans maritime security, several theoretical explanations of specific aspects can be given.

  • Page Range: 59-74
  • Page Count: 16
  • Publication Year: 2022
  • Language: English