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Governing risks in international security

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Governing risks in international security. / Dijkstra, Hylke; Petrov, Petar; Versluis, Esther.

In: Contemporary Security Policy, Vol. 39, No. 4, 30.08.2018, p. 537-543.

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abstract = "Risks are omnipresent in contemporary international security. Despite a long tradition in security studies going at least back to Von Clausewitz, we consider that the topic of risk remains under-examined. This forum seeks to advance the research agenda on risk in security studies by showcasing work of scholars using advanced concepts of risk, based on insights from sociology, biology, psychology, and safety studies, to better understand the role of risk in international security. As a way of introduction, this short article sets out the main debates.",
keywords = "AMBIGUITY, DECISION, PROSPECT-THEORY, RESILIENCE, Risk, UNCERTAINTY, resilience, risk society, security studies, uncertainty",
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