Techno-security in an Age of Globalization: Perspectives from the Pacific Rim
Denis Fred Simon
M.E. Sharpe, 1997 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
This text assesses the changing dimensions of national security in a world where business and technology issues have moved to centre stage, and traditional military security issues seem to have receded due to the end of the Cold War.
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TechnoSecurity in an Age of Globalization
Emerging Sources of Cooperation and Conflict
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