When is it permissible to move an issue out of normal politics and
treat it as a security issue? How should the security measures be
conducted? When and how should the securitization be reversed?
Floyd offers answers to these questions by combining security
studies' influential securitization theory with philosophy's
long-standing just war tradition, creating a major new approach to
the ethics of security: 'Just Securitization Theory'. Of interest
to anyone concerned with ethics and security, Floyd's innovative
approach enables scholars to normatively evaluate past and present
securitizations, equips practitioners to make informed judgements
on what they ought to do in relevant situations, and empowers the
public to hold relevant actors accountable for how they view
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