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Clara Eroukhmanoff

as the expanding role of the United Nations (UN) in regional conflicts, the increasing cost to the US of expensive military operations, Japan's growing economic power and the fragmentation of the USSR dissipated the Cold War vision of a world divided into East–West binaries. Feminist literature had an important role in widening the agenda too, by arguing that ‘women’ could be the referent object of security (Hoogensen and Stuvøy 2006 ; Hudson 2005 ; Kennedy-Pipe 2007 ; Tickner 1992; 2001; 2004

in The securitisation of Islam