Security Community2 - Surname 1 Student\u2019s Name Professor\u2019s Name Course Date Security community A Security community refers to an integrated

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Surname 1Student’s NameProfessor’s NameCourseDateSecurity communityA Security communityrefers to an integrated group of people. It can also be defined as a region where massive violence usage and war has been improbable or even unimaginable. The phrase was invented by Karl Deutsch, a notable political scientist in 1957. This concept of security communitiesis an effort to achieve solutions for the insecurity in the states in international domain. It is therefore related to the abstract idea of collectivesecurity, in the perception thatsecurity communitiesfocus to render collectivesecurity to themember states. However, in this essay, we will discuss the ideology behind the phrase ‘security community’ and focus on to analyzing its relevance to the African countries (p.48 Williams 2000).In theoretical perspective, international relations’ Scholars are generally uneasy awakening the language of the community in understanding politics at the international level. The idea that players may have common values and norms which contribute to social recognition, and endeavor in integration, disbelief, fear and doubt in their hearts. This doubtfulness with disbelief is specifically articulated when told to consider how international community may engrave international security.Generally, the concept involves a preferably small portion in studying relations internationally. In this article, the argument touches both
Surname 2theoretical and ontological basis in which this concept’s cognitive heritage goes beyond the theories that are already in existence. The security community concept therefore plays a role of connecting various strands in the theory of international relations as well as connecting different theoretical loopholes. By tracing this concept, a task that is being overlooked by liberal arts in the security community; would also be shown that this concept occupies strategic grounds among those particular strands of this theory, as such strands have absolutely been grounded on the principles of respectable philosophy.In the 1970s, the economy of the United States had become weaker than it had been in the past years. Confronted with a high rate of inflation, declining manufactures and recessing economy, the role of the United States in the economy was gradually shifting. However, the economies of Europe, especially Germany and Japan, was growing stronger especially in banking and manufactures developed world. Revisions to the international economic system were sought and hence created cooperation among the developed worlds’ economies. In responseto the developments, politicians and business leaders were encouraged to cooperate in explicating security and economic challenges faced by the three regions and pursuing remedies to them. These states have lodged in security communities and hence creating not only just a simple stable peace, but a stable security in deed. (p.48 Williams 2000)The concept of security communities in the regions is highly favorable and encouraging

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