By Gilles Bertrand and Mathias Delori
The critical security studies emerged in the 1990s in the context of the paradigm upheaval which followed the end of the Cold War. Thirty years after this critical turn time seems rife for a joint reflection on the achievements and limitations of those new approaches to security. The sympasium brings together authors who propose internal and external critiques of those new security studies.
Études internationales 46 (2-3), 2015