11 September and its Aftermath
The Geopolitics of Terror
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|Format: ||Paperback, 308 pages|
|Other Information: ||index|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 2004|
@text: In this book, an international team of political geographers and political scientists examine the impact of 11 September 2001 on foreign policies and international relations. The authors draw from a variety of different perspectives to discuss America and emerging world orders, terrorism, environmental security, civil society and the visual and print media.
Table of Contents
11 September and its aftermath - introduction, Stanley D. Brunn; the meaning of 11 September and the emerging postinternational world, Richard W. Mansbach; American hegemony after 11 September - allies, rivals and contradictions, James Anderson; calling 911 - geopolitics, security and America's new war, Simon Dalby; the naming of "terrorism" and evil "outlaws" - geopolitical place-making after 11 September, Mat Coleman; strategic trooping in Sri Lanka - "September Eleventh" and the consolidation of political position, Margo Kleinfeld; environmental terrorism - a critique, Shannon O'Lear; tabloid realism and the revival of American security culture, Francois Debrix; 11 September and popular geopolitics - a study of websites run for and by Dutch Moroccans, Virginie Mamadouh; editorials and geopolitical explanations for 11 September, Jonathan Taylor and Chris Jasparo; reading geopolitics beyond the state - organizational discourse in response to 11 September, Carl T. Dahlman and Stanley D. Brunn.
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23.4 x 15.6 x 1.9 centimetres (0.45 kg)|
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