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October 25, 2007

New Faces Conference 2006

Security in a Globalized World: Toward Regional Cooperation and Strategic Partnerships

The end of the Cold War brought with it the end of the traditional, bipolar geo-strategic model of explaining world affairs. “Feindbilder" have been replaced by security threats perceived to be truly global and functional in nature, yet regional in origin. The realization that in today’s globalized and interlinked world regional conflicts can have global fallout has increased the need for policy analysts to better understand the highly complex nature of different regional security dynamics.

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DGAPreport 6, October 2008, 108 pp.

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