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From de-securitisation to re-securitisation: Sub-regional multilateralism around the Baltic Sea
This paper traces the development of sub-regional multilateralism around the Baltic Sea from the building of regional security via de-securitisation to cooperation through the re-securitisation ofExpand
‘Memory must be defended’: Beyond the politics of mnemonical security
This article supplements and extends the ontological security theory in International Relations (IR) by conceptualizing the notion of mnemonical security. It engages critically the securitization ofExpand
Shifting the Balance? The US, the EU and ‘New Europe’
The fierce transatlantic and intra-European rift over the justifiability of the invasion of Iraq in 2003 illuminated deep divisions within the European strategic outlook. Four aspects in particularExpand
A ritual approach to deterrence: I am, therefore I deter
How can ritual help to understand the practice of deterrence? Traditional deterrence scholarship tends to overlook the active role of deterring actors in creating and redefining the circumstances toExpand