by Robert G. Patman and Jeremy Hall, published in Rod Alley (ed.) New Zealand in World Affairs 1990-2005, Wellington: University of Victoria Press, 2007, pp. 109-130.
Entries in US (4)
by Dick Nabers and Robert G. Patman Version publshed in Jocelyne Cesari (ed.) Muslims in Europe and the United States after 9/11, New York, Routledge, forthcoming in Fall 2009.
The US national security state was fashioned at the beginning of the Cold War to contain the global threat of the rival superpower, the Soviet Union. However, this security framework did not wither away with the end of the Cold War and the disintegration of the USSR. The events of September 11 starkly exposed the limitations of a state-centric approach to international security in a globalizing world.
by Robert G. Patman, published in Brian Lynch (ed) New Zealand and the World: The Major Foreign Policy Issues, 2005-2010 Wellington: New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, Victoria University of Wellington, 2006, pp. 63-80.