The introduction lays down the conceptual framework and introduces the structure of the volume. It outlines the key tenets of the comparative framework deployed in the outlined series of empirical accounts of both the established and more recently evolving global security regulation frameworks divided into three clusters: weapons of mass destruction; humanitarian (small arms, landmines, cluster munitions); and unconventional (drugs, endangered species, cyberspace).
KeywordsRegime theory Global security regulation Global prohibition regime Analytical eclecticism
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