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Securitization dan Peristiwa 9/11

Securitization dan Peristiwa 9/11

            Securitization merupakan salah satu pendekatan dalam studi keamanan Internasional. Kata kunci dari securitization yaitu, adanya referent object yang mendapat existential threat… 719 more words

Hubungan Internasional

Algorithmic self-trading in the Treasury markets: Do we need more effective pre-trade risk controls?

Val Srinivas, Banking & Securities research leader, August 12

Some of you may remember the US Treasury “flash crash” last October. That was the day—October 15, 2014—when intraday volatility in Treasury securities in both cash and futures markets exploded, and the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield experienced an unprecedented 37-basis-point trading range. 1,150 more words

Deloitte Center For Financial Services

How effective are Australian strategies to counter violent extremism?

Published 20 May, 8:35am 2015 by The Lowy Institute for International Policy 

The Australian Government has just announced that more than $22 million will be spent on battling the radicalisation of young Muslims in Australia. 762 more words

Countering Violent Extremism

Securitization of the Islamist Ideology

In his speech presenting the outline of a 5 year anti-extremism plan, Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK declared war on the Islamist ideology itself. 251 more words

ISIS

Keynes is the Henry Ford of Institutional Investors

Recently, the CFA Institute published a really interesting article about Keynes performance as an investor.

“The story of Keynes the investor was not “one of unqualified success,” adding that “for the first decade, kind of matched the market, and for a period of three years in the late 1920s, he actually was substantially behind the market.” Chambers, David… 565 more words

Economy

Governing Borderless Threats

Lee Jones discusses the changing landscape of securitization and sovereignty at The Disorder of Things:

The ‘solutions’ to non-traditional security threats thus often reinforce the very inequalities in power and resources that spawns them in the first place.

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