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Globalization Between the Cold War and Neo-Imperialism



Book details for Globalization Between the Cold War and Neo-Imperialism
Current Perspectives in Social Theory v. 24

Jennifer M. Lehmann (editor), Harry F. Dahms (volume editor),

Hardback, 234 x 156 x 17mm , 296 pp, black & white illustrations

 21 Jul 2006

 JAI Press Inc.

 9780762313143

 £67.95


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Synopsis

This work contains an Introduction by Harry F. Dahms. It includes contents such as: Periodizing Globalization: From Cold War Modernization to the Bush Doctrine Robert J. Antonio and Alessandro Bonanno; Recognizing Empire: Alienation, Authority, and Delusions of Grandeur David Norman Smith; Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America Harry W. Isaac and Daniel M. Harrison; From Exceptionalism to Imperialism: Culture, Character and American Foreign Policy Lauren Langman and Meghan Burke; 9.11.01 and Its Global Aftermath: Empire Strikes Back? Timothy Luke. It also includes commentaries - Globalization and Social Justice: Working the Tensions of the Dialectics of National Character Karen Monkman; Neoliberalism and its Discontents: Comments on Three Views of the American Empire Barney Warf. It includes five chapters and two commentaries from some of the most respected personalities in the field. It takes a broad and diverse look at the development of globalization.

Contents

Introduction Harry F. Dahms Periodizing Globalization: From Cold War Modernization to the Bush Doctrine Robert J. Antonio and Alessandro Bonanno Recognizing Empire: Alienation, Authority, and Delusions of Grandeur David Norman Smith Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America Harry W. Isaac and Daniel M. Harrison From Exceptionalism to Imperialism: Culture, Character and American Foreign Policy Lauren Langman and Meghan Burke 9.11.01 and Its Global Aftermath: Empire Strikes Back? Timothy Luke Commentaries Globalization & Social Justice: Working the Tensions of the Dialectics of National Character Karen Monkman Neoliberalism and its Discontents: Comments on Three Views of the American Empire Barney Warf