'Arctic International Relations in a Widened Security Perspective' - New special issue of Politik – University of Copenhagen

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04 October 2017

'Arctic International Relations in a Widened Security Perspective' - New special issue of Politik

The new special issue of Politik has been published. The focus of this issue is 'Arctic International Relations in a Widened Security Perspective'. All articles are inspired by the Copenhagen School and CAST researchers have contributed articles as well. One of the articles was discussed and conceptualized at a recent CAST seminar and the afterword is written by Ole Wæver.

Content of the issue:

  1. 'Introduction: Arctic International Relations in a Widened Security Perspective'
    Marc Jacobsen, Victoria Herrmann
  2. 'Desecuritization as Displacement of Controversy: geopolitics, law and sovereign rights in the Arctic'
    Marc Jacobsen, Jeppe Strandsbjerg
  3. 'Soft Securitization’: Unconventional Security Issues and the Arctic Council'
    Wilfrid Greaves, Daniel Pomerants 
  4. 'Regional Order in the Arctic: Negotiated Exceptionalism'
    Heather Exner-Pirot, Robert W. Murray
  5. 'Arctic Indigenous Societal Security at COP21: The Divergence of Security Discourse and Instruments in Climate Negotiations'
    Victoria Herrmann 
  6. 'Post-colonial governance through securitization? A narratological analysis of a securitization controversy in contemporary Danish and Greenlandic uranium policy'
    Rasmus Kjærgaard Rasmussen, Henrik Merkelsen
  7. 'What kind of nation state will Greenland be? Securitization theory as a strategy for analyzing identity politics'
    Ulrik Pram Gad
  8. 'Afterword: The Arctic Security Constellation'
    Ole Wæver 

The full issue can be downloaded here: https://tidsskrift.dk/politik/issue/view/6917/showToc