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    • Call for Papers for Journal of Regional Security

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    • Date: 01 June 2014
      Journal of Regional Security invites contributions that address the subject "Regions and Powers: The Present and Future of Regional Security Complex Theory".

      In the papers Regional Security Complex Theory can be analyzed from various theoretical and multidisciplinary perspectives:

      • The role of external region-builders
      • Regional identity and common memories
      • RSCT and energy security
      • New empirical applications of RSCT
      • Regional and human security
      • The status of the state in RSCT
      • New regionalism and RSCT
      • Level-of-analysis problem and RSCT
      • Globalization and regionalization of security

      Over the course of the past decade there is a growing interest in regional security studies particularly thanks to the work done by Barry Buzan and Ole Wžver. Their influential work Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security published in 2003 represents the most authoritative account of the Regional Security Complex Theory (RSCT) to date. Over the years, their book informed a great number of theoretical and empirical discussions.

      Ten years on, it’s time to take stock of the scope and perspectives of the debate generated by this book.

      Manuscripts should be submitted to jrs@fpn.bg.ac.rs by 1 June 2014 at the latest. Guidelines for authors can be downloaded here.

      The Journal of Regional Security (former Western Balkans Security Observer) is an open access peer-reviewed journal specializing in the field of regional security studies. It was established in 2006 by Belgrade Centre for Security Policy and since 2012 has been co-published with the Faculty of Political Sciences/University of Belgrade. Subject areas include: security communities, regional security complexes, regional security sector reform and governance, security regimes, regional conflicts, security integration, region-building and comparative regional security research. 
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