Cilt 8, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 95 - 109 2017-07-31

Theoretical Debates on New Security in the Aftermath of the Cold War
Soğuk Savaş Sonrası Yeni Güvenlik Üzerine Kuramsal Tartışmalar

Zerrin Ayşe ÖZTÜRK [1]

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This study aims at analysing the key theoretical debates on new security in International Relations (IR) in the aftermath of the Cold War. Firstly, it starts examining the major theoretical approaches on the new concept of security. It provides a critical reflection on security issues premised upon the view that the wide range of the levels, referents, and dimensions not only reflects an engagement in ‘a continuing process of historical change’, but also it reflects a normative element of a possible transformation within the prevailing order. Secondly, it attempts to demonstrate how the traditional conception of security has dramatically changed both in its levels and dimensions of investigation after the end of the Cold War. Particulary, the redefinition of security is examined through a Critical Security Studies (CSS) perspective combined with Social Constructivism. In sum, this study examines how the concept of security has redefined within the discipline of IR in the beginning of the post-Cold War era.


Bu çalışma, Soğuk Savaş sonrasında Uluslararası İlişkiler’de yeni güvenlik üzerine yapılan kuramsal tartışmaları incelemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Çalışma ilk olarak temel kuramsal yaklaşımların yeni güvenlik kavramına bakışını incelemektedir. Güvenlik meselelerine eleştirel bir çerçevede yaklaşan çalışma, güvenliğin genişleyen analiz düzeyleri, referans nesneleri ve boyutlarıyla birlikte, sadece ‘devam eden tarihsel bir dönüşümü’ göstermekle kalmayıp, aynı zamanda mevcut düzeni de dönüştürmenin mümkün olduğunu öncülleyen normatif bir yaklaşımın da gerekli olduğunu kabul etmektedir. İkinci olarak çalışma, Soğuk Savaş’ın bitişiyle birlikte geleneksel güvenlik kavramının hem analiz düzeyleri, hem de araştırma boyutlarıyla çarpıcı bir biçimde nasıl değiştiğini göstermeye çalışmaktadır. Güvenliğin yeniden tanımlanması özellikle Eleştirel Güvenlik Çalışmaları ve Sosyal İnşacı kuramsal yaklaşımlar açısından ele alınmaktadır. Özetle  bu çalışma, güvenlik kavramının Soğuk Savaş Sonrası Dönemin başlangıcında Uİ disiplini çerçevesinde nasıl yeniden tanımlandığını incelemektedir.  

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Yazar: Zerrin Ayşe ÖZTÜRK
E-posta: zerrin.ayse.ozturk@ege.edu.tr
Kurum: Ege Üniversitesi İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi, Uluslararası İlişkiler Bölümü
Ülke: Turkey


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APA ÖZTÜRK, Z . (2017). Theoretical Debates on New Security in the Aftermath of the Cold War. Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi, 8 (2), 95-109. DOI: 10.18354/esam.322535
MLA ÖZTÜRK, Z . "Theoretical Debates on New Security in the Aftermath of the Cold War". Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi 8 (2017): 95-109 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/esam/issue/30730/322535>
Chicago ÖZTÜRK, Z . "Theoretical Debates on New Security in the Aftermath of the Cold War". Ege Stratejik Araştırmalar Dergisi 8 (2017): 95-109
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