Market Forces and Security: Report from the Annual Symposium on the United Nations System in the Twenty-first Century

Moon, Chung-in (1998). Market Forces and Security: Report from the Annual Symposium on the United Nations System in the Twenty-first Century. United Nations University.

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    Author Moon, Chung-in
    Title Market Forces and Security: Report from the Annual Symposium on the United Nations System in the Twenty-first Century
    Publication Date 1998
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 18
    Language eng
    Abstract This paper re-explores this ideal and optimistic vision of capitalist market forces in resolving global insecurity and crafting international peace by elucidating the dynamic and complex relationships between the two. The first part of the paper examines the evolving nature of capitalist market forces in the world. The second recasts the conventional definition of security and expands it to newly emerging non-military security domains. The third section looks into causal relationships between market forces and security by issue areas. Finally, the paper suggests new roles for the United Nations in managing market forces and security.
    UNBIS Thesaurus INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
    PEACE
    MAINTENANCE OF PEACE AND SECURITY
    MARKET ECONOMY
    GOVERNANCE
    CAPITALISM
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 1998
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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