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B) Dependable Expectations of Peaceful Change Adler and Barnett break this key concept into its two companion elements: “dependable expectations” and “peaceful change”. indd 10 11/20/09 1:53:04 PM A Contemporary Application of Security Community Frameworks 11 “dependable expectations” are best considered by reference to the various theories of social interaction, including the existence of a collective identity (discussed further below). Indeed, the existence of a collective identity and feelings of mutual trust are necessary preconditions for the existence of dependable expectations of peaceful change.
Other ideational factors that inﬂuence the collective identity of a state include such things as language systems, historical differences, and/or animosities, and various other variables — as articulated later in the discussion on morphological compatibilities. An understanding of these ideational attributes assists in the formation of a distinction between situations when states will trust outsiders or, alternatively, perceive them as a threat. 22 The development of trust among states and/or communities entails, inter alia, a compatibility of values that does not conﬂict with the political and ideational survival of the other state and/or community with which interaction takes place.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Indicators B All indicators contained within “Indicators A ” Cooperative and collective security High level of military integration Policy coordination against internal threats Free movement of population Internationalization of authority A multiperspectival polity Mature Security Community Ascendant Security Community Nascent Security Community A security complex or some form of a non-integrated collection of sovereign states. Increasing hierarchy of “Dependable Expectations” of “Peaceful Change” in parallel with ascending levels of integration Source: Compiled by the author.