تأثیر امنیتی شدن بر سیاست خارجی جمهوری اسلامی ایران (1389 1380)- قسمت 36

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  1. B) Articles:

Balzacq, Thierry (2005) “The Three Faces of Securitization: Political Agency, Audience, and Context”, European Journal of International Relations 11(2): 171-201.
Balzacq, Thierry (2008) “The Policy Tools of Securitization: Information Exchange, EU Foreign and Interior Policies,” Journal of Common Market Studies 46(1): 57-100.
Buzan, Barry, Wæver, Ole (2009) “Macrosecuritisation and security constellation: Reconsidering scale in securitization theory”, Review of International Studies, 35(2): 253–276.