Interested in improving your skills in this field? Then contact me about my in-house skills training sessions or apply for my Summer School courses at Maastricht University:
- Bourne, M. (2014) Understanding security. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Buzan, B., Waever, O. and De Wilde, J. (1998) Security. A new framework for analysis. Rienner.
- Buzan, B. and Waever, O. (2003) Regions and powers. The structure of international security. Cambridge University Press.
- Fierke, K.M. (2015) Critical approaches to international security. 2nd Edn. Polity Press.
- Jarvis, K. and Holland, J. (2015) Security. A critical introduction. Palgrave.
- Kaldor, M. (2007) Human security. Polity Press.
- Lipschutz, R.D. (ed) (1995) On security. Columbia University Press.
This post is part of our series of posts with similar themes:
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- What do you mean by Territory?
- Framing 115 Years of Geopolitics in 230 Words
- What do you mean by Cyberspace, Internet and Cybergeopolitics?
- What are Geopolitical Aspects of Cities?
- The Oil Price, Geopolitics and Geoeconomics
- Rare Metals, Global Power and National Security
- How useful are Maps?
- Words matter in Geopolitics – Czechia or Czech Republic?
- BREXIT and the Myth of National Unity
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- Foreign Policy, International Relations and World Politics [Reading List]
- Geopolitical Scenario Planning [Reading List]
- Geopolitics, Geoeconomics and Geostrategy [Reading List]
- Global Power [Reading List]
- International Boundaries and National Territory [Reading List]
- National Identity [Reading List]
- Natural Resource Scarcity [Reading List]
- Security [Reading List]