Ecological metaphors of security: World politics in the biosphere

Dalby, Simon
July 1998
Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Jul-Sep1998, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p291
Academic Journal
Presents information pertaining to international relations and environmental security. Contention that a fourth debate is either under way or recently concluded in the discipline of international relations; How this debate has introduced more powerful critiques of the discipline; Discussion on the metageographical concepts of international relation; Emergence of `environmental security.'


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