Violent globalisms: conflict in response to Empire
This monograph provides a structural explanation for the 'Global War on Terror' in terms of its broader context and causes. During the post-cold war unipolar world, the only superpower encounters an unprecedented challenge: a non-state enemy that is challenging its hegemony and uses violence as a strategic means. Given the international nature of this phenomenon, such a structural explanation requires an added necessity and urgency. This structural approach can provide for both a proper understanding of the phenomenon of international terrorism and for formulating effective policies to counter it.Current studies of transnational terrorism and the interrelated role of hegemonic power are undertheorized. This book remedies this theoretical neglect and in doing so opens up new modes of thinking about and struggling against global terrorism.
Beyer, C. Violent globalisms: conflict in response to Empire. The University of Hull
|Book Type||Authored Book|
|Deposit Date||Dec 19, 2014|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Violent globalisms: conflict in response to Empire|
|Keywords||REF 2014 submission|
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