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11 September 2001 : war, terror, and judgement
Gökay, Bülent.
Publication Information:
London ; Portland, OR : Frank Cass, 2003.
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xii, 204 pages ; 23 cm
Reflections on 11 September / Hidemi Suganami -- Invisible cities / Patrick Thornberry -- The politics of terrorism and "civilization": how to respond as a human being / Yoshikazu Sakamoto -- Identifying limits on a borderless map in the first post-modern war / Richard Falk -- War, terror, judgement / R.B.J. Walker -- Afghanistan and the global environment: turning local language into global grammar / Andrew Dobson -- The United States against the world: oil / hegemony and the militarization of globalization / Bülent Gökay -- The response of the British government to the attack on America / Dan Keohane -- The European Union and 11 September / John Vogler -- Terrorism and "new wars" / Susanne Karstedt -- On pharmacological war / Larry George -- Immigration / asylum / borders and terrorism: the unexpected victims / Elspeth Guild -- Barbarians / Alex Danchev.
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In a comprehensive study of the world since September 11th, 2001, the contributors to this volume offer a series of perspectives on current security trends. The scholars who participated in this study are from Europe, North America and Asia.

Table of Contents

Paul RogersBulent Gokay and R.B.J. WalkerHidemi SuganamiPatrick ThornberryYoshikazu SakamotoRichard FalkR.B.J. WalkerAndrew DobsonBulent GokayDan KeohaneJohn VoglerSusanne KarstedtLarry GeorgeElspeth GuildAlex Danchev
List of Contributorsp. vii
List of Abbreviationsp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Introductionp. 1
1. Reflections on 11 Septemberp. 3
2. Invisible Citiesp. 13
3. The Politics of Terrorism and 'Civilization': How to Respond as a Human Beingp. 30
4. Identifying Limits on a Borderless Map in the First Post-Modern Warp. 46
5. War, Terror, Judgementp. 62
6. Afghanistan and the Global Environment: Turning Local Language into Global Grammarp. 84
7. The United States Against the World: Oil, Hegemony, and the Militarization of Globalizationp. 91
8. The Response of the British Government to the Attack on Americap. 110
9. The European Union and 11 Septemberp. 129
10. Terrorism and 'New Wars'p. 139
11. On Pharmacological Warp. 155
12. Immigration, Asylum, Borders and Terrorism: The Unexpected Victimsp. 176
13. Barbariansp. 195
Indexp. 199