Blue cloth boards with whole book almost as new but for slight tail corner bumps. Jacket clean with edge shelf wear creases; no jacket tears. In the post-Cold War world, debates over security have broadened beyond the realm of traditional military concerns. resurgent nationalism, mass migration, religious radicalism, economic globalisation and environmental degradation have become increasingly the focus of debate in the field of security studies. Nonetheless, international politics is still trying to cope with the empirical legacy of the Cold War. Nuclear proliferation, the continued search by Russia for security, the attempt by Washington to sustain its dominant position in international affairs, continued concerns in the West over the influence of religious, and in particular Islamic, radicalism, stand as clear examples of themes from the past continuing to inform present debates about international security. This volume examines the new, the changing, and the enduring features of international security in the post-Cold War era. In so doing, it examines the extent to which present state structures and institutions have been able to adapt and accommodate themselves to the diversity of security threats.