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The power of the public sphere: (anti)diplomacy and crisis management within security communities

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In Corneliu Bjola and Markus Kornprobst (eds) Arguing Global Governance: Agency, Lifeworld and Shared Reasons. London: Routledge

This book chapter develops an analytical framework for understanding how political tensions undermine the viability of the transatlantic security community. I argue the legitimacy of the security communities is primarily shaped by its public sphere through two critical status functions, will- and opinion-formation. Deficient performance of these two compon...

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University of Oxford
Department:
International Development

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Host title:
Arguing Global Governance : Agency, Lifeworld and Shared Reasoning
Publication date:
2010
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uuid:4daf4398-bf53-4688-a272-5153cec17a8e
Source identifiers:
621
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ISBN:
9780415572170

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