Governing anarchy: A research agenda for the study of security communities

Ethics and International Affairs 10 (1):63–98 (1996)
Adler and Barnett demonstrate how changes occurring in international politics create the nostalgia of security communities, a concept made prominent by Karl Deutsch nearly forty years ago
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