Contemporary Security Policy
Contemp Secur Pol
ISSN (printed): 1352-3260. ISSN (electronic): 1743-8764.
The end of the Cold War has radically altered the ways in which security is perceived and pursued. Contemporary Security Policy provides a forum for discussion of the broadening spectrum of security issues emerging in the post-Cold War world. Its aim is not only to examine the technical and political issues of arms control and disarmament but also to discuss the security implications of ethnic conflict, nationalism, economic decline and underdevelopment, environmental degradation, mass migration of refugees and drug trafficking. A refereed journal, Contemporary Security Policy has an important role in the debate over security and security agreements in contemporary international relations.
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