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THE ROUTLEDGE BOOK SERIES

Global Security Studies

Topics | New and Forthcoming Titles | Guidlies for Prospective Authors | Book Proposals

Global Security Studies is a Routledge series for cutting-edge monographs and textbooks on international security.

Global Security Studies emphasizes broad forces reshaping global security and the dilemmas facing decision-makers the world over. The series stresses issues relevant in many countries and regions, accessible to broad professional and academic audiences as well as to students, and enduring through explicit theoretical foundations.


New and Forthcoming Titles

Topics Include:

  • Sources of conflict
  • Terrorism and war
  • Deterrence
  • Strategic planning
  • Security communities
  • Proliferation
  • Human security
  • Transnational challenges

Networks, Coalition Warfare and US Policy The New Military Operating System
[2009] Paul Mitchell

Detecting Nuclear Weapons: The IAEA and the Politics of Proliferation
[2009] Chen Kane
To be published October 31st 2009

Guidelines for Prospective Authors

To submit a book proposal please complete the following forms and send them along with a sample chapter, if available, to the editors:

Iran and Nuclear Weapons: Protracted Conflict and Proliferation
[2009] Saira Khan, McGill University, Canada
To be published October 31st 2009

Energy Security and Global Politics: The Militarization of Resource Management
[2008] Daniel Moran and James Russell

US Nuclear Weapon Policy: The Evolution of Strategy and Policy
[2008] Nick Ritchie

Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
[2008] Robert Muggah

Terrorism and WMD: Responding to the Challenge
[2007] Ian Bellany

Power Shifts, Strategy and War:Declining States and International Conflict
[2007] Dong Sun Lee

Global Insurgency and Future Warfare
[2007] Terry Terriff, Aaron Karp, Regina Karp, eds. | Brochure

Nuclear Proliferation and International Security
[2007] Sverre Lodgaard and Bremer Maerli

Globalization and WMD Proliferation: Terrorism, Transnational Networks and International Security
[2007] James A. Russell and James J. Wirtz

Nuclear Weapons and International Order
William Walker


Global Security Studies is edited by Aaron Karp (Old Dominion University) and Regina Karp (Old Dominion University).


Book Proposals

All book proposals should be sent to the editors:

Aaron Karp: akarp@odu.edu
Regina Karp: rkarp@odu.edu

Or to:

Andrew Humphrys, Editor
Military, Strategic and Security Studies
Routledge
Haines House, 21 John Street
London WC1N 2BP Great Britain
e-mail: andrew.humphrys@tandf.co.uk