September 11: Imbrication of Security, ICT, and International Relations ² 77 September 11: Early Thoughts on the Imbrication of Security, ICT, and International Relations O KAN T ANSU * A BSTRACT This paper provides more questions than answers and, for that matter, more questions than data. It is the hope of the author that this paper and other recent ones on the overlap of international relations, security, and informatics will stimulate other research that generates empirical data and thereby answer some of the important questions posed. Introduction After the terrorist act of September 11, 2001, which targeted the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and possibly other federal sites in Washington D.C., security concerns about the future topped the agendas of governments and international bodies around the world. This act of terror that shocked the sensitivities of the masses was not actually very surprising for analysts working in the imbricated elds of international relations, security, and informatics. 1 With the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the world has witnessed the commencement of a period of major transformation in the distribution and exercise of power, which in fact initiated brand-new phases in economics, politics, sociology and international
Perspectives on Global Development and Technology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2003
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