Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security

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General index
0+x global structure 37–9, 178, 303, 446–7, 452–3, 455, 459–60
1+4 global structure 30, 37–8, 40, 54, 59, 97, 168, 181, 303, 343, 446–60
1+4+regions 40, 446–7, 458
1+x global structure 455, 459
2+3 global structure 37, 343, 445, 448
3+3 global structure 445
11 September 2001 effects 3, 8, 41, 106, 115, 127, 146, 166, 167, 168, 205–6, 211, 251, 265, 288, 293, 297, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303, 328, 336, 359, 360, 369, 428, 431, 446–7, 450, 453, 461–2, 464, 466–7, 475, 476
actors, structural pressures upon 66–7
adjacency 45–6, 60
Afghanistan 24 decolonisation 17 as insulator 41, 103, 110–13, 187, 258, 484–5, 486–7 Pakistani involvement during Soviet occupation 107 political disaffection 196–7 Soviet Cold War involvement 61, 107, 111, 113 US involvement (2001) 115
Africa decolonisation 15–17, 219–22, 238–9, 241, 254–5 domestic level dynamics 224–9, 237 global level dynamics 229, 249–52 interregional level dynamics 248–9 and Middle East, securitisation 258–60 nonstate rivals 220, 223, 227–9 nonstatist states 225–7 and overlay 61, 68 pre-complexes 64, 233, 241–3 proto-complexes 233, 238–41, 243 regional dynamics 229–33, 247–8, 253, 451 regional security 230(map), 231(map) regional security complexes 16, 55, 232–3, 234, 247–8, 451 securitisation 75, 223, 233, 235–8, 241–3, 254–6 state development, and securitisation 24, 219–21, 224, 252–6 volatility 478 see also East and Central Africa; Horn of Africa; post-colonialism Southern Africa; West Africa
AIDS, in Africa, securitisation 237–8, 252, 296, 360–1
al-Qaeda 107, 197, 205, 206, 258, 404 bin Laden, Osama 75, 205, 206–10, 297 demands on US relating to Israel–Palestinian conflict 211 and regional level dynamics 466–7 see also terrorism
Albania 22–4 instability 385 see also Balkans
Algeria see Maghreb
Amazonia 332–3
American Civil War 272–3
American Virgin Islands see Caribbean
Americas independence from European domination 15, 263 not one regional security complex 263, 340 regional security complexes 263–4, 266(map), 340 see also North America; South America

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