‘Contemporary Security Studies’, a book written by Alan Collins and translated by Seyyed Davoud Aghaei and Alireza Samoudi, has been released in Iran.
IBNA: The major new textbook brings together key scholars to introduce students to the fast-evolving field of security studies.
It is divided into three sections: differing approaches to the study of security; the broadening and deepening of security; and a range of traditional and non-traditional issues that have emerged on the security agenda.
The book’s Persian rendition holds 12 chapters namely ‘Peace Studies’ by Paul Rogers, ‘Realism’ by Charles L Gloser, ‘Liberalism’ by Patrick Morgan, ‘Social Constructivism’ by Christine Agius, ‘Critical Security Studies’ by David Mutimer, ‘Coercive Diplomacy’ by Peter Viggo Jakobsen, ‘Humanitarian Intervention’ by Alex Bellamy, ‘Terrorism’ by Brenda Lutz and James Lutz, ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ by James J. Wirtz, ‘Military Security’ by Mike Sheehan as well as ‘Regime Security’ by Richard Jackson.
The book can be handy for students of international relations, regional studies as well as researchers of international issues.
‘Contemporary Security Studies’, a book written by Alan Collins and translated by Seyyed Davoud Aghaei and Alireza Samoudi, has been released in Iran by Khorsandi Publications.