Global affairs and the politics of security technologies

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Martins, Bruno Oliveira (2019) Global affairs and the politics of security technologies, Global Affairs. DOI: 10.1080/23340460.2019.1608456.

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How do security practices emerge, and how do they change across time? And how do we think about them? When analysing these issues, the discipline of International Relations (IR), for many years, was mostly concerned with the geopolitics of security threats. This meant that the frames of the debates of what counts as a security threat were centred on military, strategic and diplomatic aspects, such as alliances, balancing, bandwagoning, proxy wars, or national interest.

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