By Alan Ingram, Klaus Dodds
This well timed booklet explores the various geographies of the struggle on Terror. Drawing on contemporary advances in social idea, it deals new case experiences and theoretical reflections on one of many important matters in modern geopolitics. in contrast to extra conventional kinds of geopolitical learn, the authors neither search to suggest specific international and defense making groups, nor privilege a pick out crew of states resembling the USA and its allies, nor concentration exclusively on headline geopolitical concerns. Bringing jointly a wide-range of examples inside of functional, well known and formal geopolitical imaginations, practices and reports, this quantity considers how those either depend on and contest kin of gender, race and coloniality. It addresses present debates in social concept via deploying 3 large techniques to interrogate the warfare on Terror: discourse and function; biopolitics and governmentality; and impact. In doing so, the booklet demonstrates the achieve of the battle on Terror right into a large choice of social contexts, its results, and the way everyone is responding to it.
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