Contemporary Security and Strategy; C. A. Snyder Realism and Security Studies; M. Lynn-Jones Beyond Strategy: Critical Thinking on the New Security Studies; D. Mutimer Non-Military Security Challenges; J. P. Burgess Thinking and Rethinking The Causes of War; J. M. Beier The Evolution of Strategy and the New World Order; G. Till The Transformation of War; A. Latham Nuclear Strategy; A. Butfoy Emerging Nuclear States and the Challenge of Non-Proliferation; J.D. K. Boutin Terrorism and Insurgency; M.Boyle Intervention; M. J. Arnold Great Powers and the International System; Between Unilateralism and Multilateralism; N. Bisley Regional Security and Regional Conflict; C. A. Snyder
MICHAEL ARNOLD Deakin University, Australia J. MARSHALL BEIER Associate Professor of Political Science, McMaster University, Canada NICHOLAS BISLEY Senior Lecturer and Director of the Graduate Programme in Diplomacy and Trade, Monash University, Australia J.D. KENNETH BOUTIN, Lecturer in International Relations, Deakin University, Australia MICHAEL BOYLE Lecturer in International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK J. PETER BURGESS Research Professor at PRIO, the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo, Norway ANDY BUTFOY Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Monash University, Australia ANDREW LATHAM Associate Professor of Political Science, Macalaster College, Minnesota, USA SEAN M. LYNN-JONES Research Associate in the International Security Program at the Belfor Centre for Science and International Affairs (BCSIA), Harvard University, USA DAVID MUTIMER Deputy Director of YCISS and Associate Professor of Political Science, York University, UK CRAIG SNYDER Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Deakin University, Australia GEOFF TILL Professor of Maritime Studies in the Defence Studies Department, Joint Services Command and Staff College
CRAIG A. SNYDER is Director of the International Relations Postgraduate Programme, Deakin University, Australia. His research interests focus around the construction of regional security patterns in Europe and the Asia Pacific.
Reviews of the 1st edition: '[A] good set of essays that can be used for both graduate and undergraduate courses in security studies... It will be an important resource for scholars and advanced students of military security. It provides a structured and balanced overview, together with a comprehensive bibliography. It should be a 'must buy' for security studies courses.' - Malcolm Chalmers, International Affairs '... the papers are of a uniformly high standard, written with admirable clarity, and they provide a useful introduction to the topics that are addressed.' - Duncan Bell, Millennium