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SECURITIZATION OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES – THE IRANIAN NUCLEAR PROGRAM
 
 
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Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie
Publication date: 2015-12-15
 
SBN 2015;8(2): 79–99
 
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Securitization is one of the most discussed theoretical proposition in the Post-Cold War era of security studies. Building on constructivists assumptions on social world, securitization theory has been able to introduce a new framework for security analysis. xis article examines securitization process of nuclear technologies on the example of Iranian Nuclear Program. Firstly it discusses media discourse on Iranian program followed by analysis of securitization process with Benjamin Netanyahu as a main agent. Netanyahu’s speeches to the UN General Assembly are taken as a main source of securitization moves. Finally, article examines the a™ermath including diverent results on national and international levels
 
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