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Sergunin A. A. Leiden: Brill, Nijhoff, 2018.

In this volume we examined human security from a regional perspective, specifically the Arctic, with a particular focus on the Barents region. The central frame of reference for all the contributions presented in this volume is human security, and the specific threats that Arctic communities are facing. We considered multiple aspects of human security from different perspectives, including local developments, indigenous communities, culture, and identity.

Added: Jan 29, 2019
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Kashnikov B. Vol. 3. Leiden; Boston: Brill, Nijhoff, 2017.

Most books and articles still treat leadership and ethics as related though separate phenomena. This edited volume is an exception to that rule, and explicitly treats leadership and ethics as a single domain. Clearly, ethics is an aspect of leadership, and not a distinct approach that exists alongside other approaches to leadership. This holds especially true for the for the military, as it is one of the few organizations that can legitimately use violence. Military leaders have to deal with personnel who have either used or experienced violence. This intertwinement of leadership and violence separates military leadership from leadership in other professions. Even in a time that leadership is increasingly questioned, it is still good leadership that keeps soldiers from crossing the thin line between legitimate force and excessive violence

Added: Nov 8, 2015
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Krasnyak O. Brill, Nijhoff, 2018.

Science diplomacy is becoming an important tool by which states can more effectively promote and secure their foreign policy agendas. Recognising the role science plays at national and international levels and identifying a state’s national diplomatic style can help to construct a ‘national style’ in science diplomacy. In turn, understanding science diplomacy can help one evaluate a state’s potential for global governance and to address global issues on a systematic scale. By using a Realist framework and by testing proposed hypotheses, this study highlights how different national styles in science diplomacy affect competition between major powers and their shared responsibility for global problems. This study adds to general understanding of the practice of diplomacy as it intersects with the sciences.

Added: Apr 20, 2020