Security in Context is delighted to present the inaugural issue of the Insecurity Monitor magazine.
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The Insecurity Monitor is Security in Context’s annual print and digital magazine. Launched in 2020, Security in Context is a transnational research network aimed at advancing critical and non-Western perspectives on global affairs. Through the Insecurity Monitor we aim to showcase deeply informed, empirically rich, and analytically sophisticated articles from across Security in Context’s four main research tracks, including:
Redefining (In)Security, which examines how traditional security practices have in fact increased insecurity globally and proposes alternative social justice-oriented ways to measure security.
Global Capitalism and Transnational War Economies, which analyzes how shifts in global capitalism interact with, facilitate, and are transformed by transnational war economies and military industrial complexes.
Class, Race, Gender, and (In)security, which aims to highlight not only the different ways in which class, race, and gender intersect with securitization, but also the de-securitizing agendas of marginalized poor and working class, racialized and gendered groups.
Multipolarity, Great Power Competition and the Global South, which examines how multipolarity and Great Power competition are both shaping and being shaped by Global South dynamics.
The inaugural edition of the Insecurity Monitor includes original articles, new research projects, and interviews featuring Kasia Paprocki, Robert Vitalis, Roosbelinda Cardenas, Van Jackson, Paul Amar, Rabie Nasser, Shana Marshall, Maria Hadjipavlou, Mouin Rabbani, Lee Jones, and others.
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