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          Key words: security, securitization, traditionalists, “wideners”, realism, social constructivism, speech act 

           

          Since its inception the security studies represent the core of the International Relations, predominantly dealing with the issues of war and peace.  In the years following the Second World War security studies have become a synonym for Strategic Studies with a distinct focus on the military sector. However, with the growing complexity of the international relations` agenda, namely with the rise of economic and environmental challenges count, emergence of the new security challenges, risks and threats, emergence of the new international relations` actors, the traditional view of the sole concept of security, that is, its essence, has become too narrow.

           

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        • Tags: Security, theory, secutatization, realism, social constructivism, speech act
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