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Critical Security Studies New Titles & Key Backlist 2010 New


2nd Edition

The Routledge Handbook of New Security Studies

Critical Security Studies

Virtuous War

Edited by J. Peter Burgess, PRIO, Oslo, Norway

Columba Peoples, Swansea University, UK and Nick Vaughan-Williams, University of Exeter, UK

An Introduction

This new Handbook gathers together state-of-the-art theoretical reflection and empirical research by a group of leading international scholars in the subdiscipline of Critical Security Studies. In today’s globalised setting, the challenge of maintaining security is no longer limited to the traditional foreign-policy and military tools of the nation-state, and security and insecurity are no longer considered as dependent only upon geopolitics and military strength, but rather are also seen to depend upon social, economic, environmental, ethical models of analysis and tools of action. The contributors discuss and evaluate this fundamental shift in four key areas: • New Security Concepts • New Security Subjects • New Security Objects • New Security Practices. Offering a comprehensive theoretical and empirical overview of this evolving field, this book will be essential reading for all students of critical security studies, human security, international/global security, political theory and IR in general. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction J. Peter Burgess Part 1: New Security Concepts 2. Civilizational Security Brett Bowden 3. Risk Oliver Kessler 4. Small Arms Keith Krause 5. Critical Human Security Taylor Owen 6. Critical Geopolitics Simon Dalby Part 2: New Security Subjects 7. Biopolitics Michael Dillon 8. Gendered Security Laura Shepherd 9. Identity Security Pinar Bilgin 10. Security as Ethics Anthony Burke 11. Financial Security Marieke de Goede 12. International Law and Security Kristin B. Sandvik Part 3: New Security Objects 13. Environmental Security Jon Barnett 14. Food Security Rachel Slater and Steve Wiggins 15. Energy Security Roland Dannreuther 16. Cyber Security Myriam Dunn Cavelty 17. Pandemic Security Stephan Elbe 18. Biosecurity Frida Kuhlau and John Hart Part 4: New Security Practices 19. Surveillance Mark Salter 20. Urban Insecurity David Murakami Wood 21. Privatization of Security Anna Leander 22. Migration William Walters 23. Security Technologies Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet and Julien Jeandesboz 24. Designing Security Cynthia Weber and Mark Lacy 25. New Mobile Crime Monica den Boer January 2010: 246 x 174: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-48437-4: £125.00 eBook: 978-0-203-85948-3 For more information, visit:

Critical Security Studies introduces students of Politics and International Relations to the sub-field through a detailed yet accessible survey of emerging theories and practices. Written in an accessible and clear manner, this textbook: • offers a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to critical security studies

• locates Critical Security Studies within the broader context of social and political theory • evaluates fundamental theoretical positions in critical security studies against backdrop of new security challenges. The book is divided into two main parts. The first part, ‘Approaches’, surveys the newly extended and contested theoretical terrain of Critical Security Studies, and the different schools within the subdiscipline, including Feminist, Postcolonial and Poststructuralist viewpoints. The second part, ‘Issues’, will then offer examples of how these various theoretical approaches have been put to work against the backdrop of a diverse range of issues in contemporary security practices, from environmental, human and homeland security to border security and the War on Terror. The historical and geographical scope of the book is deliberately broad and readers will be introduced to a number of key illustrative case studies. Each of the chapters in Part 2 will act to concretely illustrate one or more of the approaches discussed in Part 1, with clear internal referencing allowing the text to act as a holistic learning tool for students. Selected Contents: Part 1: Approaches 1. Critical Theory and Security 2. Feminist and Gender Approaches 3. Postcolonial Perspectives 4. Poststructuralism and International Political Sociology 5. Securitization Theory Part 2: Issues 6. Environmental Security 7. Homeland Security and the ‘War against Terrorism’ 8. Human Security and Development 9. Migration and Border Security 10. Technology and Warfare in the Information Age June 2010: 246 x 174: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-48443-5: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48444-2: £22.99 eBook: 978-0-203-84747-3 For more information, visit:

Mapping the Military-Industrial-MediaEntertainment-Network James Der Derian, Brown University, USA Praise for 2nd Edition ’The expanded, brilliantly realized 2nd edition of Virtuous War makes indispensable reading. The world is catching up to Der Derian’s vision of where we are and what we must do about these lethal linkages of war, media, entertainment.’ - Richard Falk, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA This is the first book to offer a long history of the military strategies, philosophical questions, ethical issues, and political controversies that lead up to the global war on terrorism and the Iraq War. 2009: 198 x 129: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-77238-9: £70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77239-6: £20.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88153-8 For more information, visit:

Critical Practices in International Theory Selected Essays James Der Derian, Brown University, USA Critical Practices in International Theory brings together for the first time the essays of the leading IR theorist, James Der Derian. 2008: 234 x 156: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-77240-2: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77241-9: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88263-4 For more information, visit:

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Critical International Relations - An Introduction From the Barbarian to the Cyborg James Der Derian, Brown University, USA In this book, the radical IR theorist James Der Derian provides an innovative text based on the critical encounters throughout history that have transformed international relations. December 2011: 246 x 174: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77244-0: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77245-7: £20.99 For more information, visit:


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PRIO New Security Studies Series edited by: J. Peter Burgess, PRIO, Oslo, Norway This series gathers state-of-the-art theoretical reflection and empirical research into a core set of volumes that respond vigorously and dynamically to new challenges to security studies scholarship. Forthcoming

The Ethical Subject of Security Geopolitical Reason and The Threat to Europe J. Peter Burgess, PRIO, Oslo, Norway This book studies the subject of security in terms of underlying values, and uncovers a level of security practice that has not been covered by other theorizations of security. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Ethical Subject 1. The Ethical Subject of Security 2. Insecurity of the European Community of Values 3. The Gendered Subject of Security 4. The Ethical-Core of the Nation State Part 2: Holding Together 6. Identity Community, Security 7. European Security Identity 8. The Federalist Vision of Europe 9. Identity and the Intolerable: Pluralism and Structure of Threat Part 3: Geopolitics of Community 10. Cosmopolitan Europe 11. The Nomos of Europe 12. Justice in the Political Community 13. War in the Name of Europe December 2010: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-49982-8: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49981-1: £23.99



Securitization Theory How Security Problems Emerge and Dissolve

Critical Perspectives on Human Security

Edited by Thierry Balzacq, University of Namur and Louvain, Belgium

Rethinking Emancipation and Power in International Relations

This volume aims to provide a new framework for the analysis of securitization processes, increasing our understanding of how security issues emerge, evolve and dissolve.

Edited by David Chandler, University of Westminster, UK and Nik Hynek, Institute of International Relations, Prague, Czech Republic

Selected Contents: 1. A Theory of Securitization: Origins, Core Assumptions, and Variants Thierry Balzacq 2. Enquiries Into Methods: A New Framework for Securitization Analysis Thierry Balzacq Part 1: The Rules of Securitization 3. Reconceptualizing the Audience in Securitization Theory Sarah Léonard and Christian Kaunert 4. Securitization as a Media Frame Fred Vultee 5. The Limits of Spoken Words: From Meta-narratives to Experiences of Security Claire Wilkinson 6. When Securitization Fails: The Hard Case of Counter-terrorism Programmes Mark B. Salter Part 2: Securitization and De-securitization in Practice 7. Rethinking the Securitization of Environment: Old Beliefs, New Insights Julia Trombetta 8. Health Issues and Securitization: HIV/AIDS as a US National Security Threat Roxanna Sjostedt 9. Securitization, Culture and Power: Rogue States in US and German Discourse Holger Stritzel and Dirk Schmittchen 10. Religion Bites: The Securitization of – and Desecuritization Moves by – Falungong Practitioners in the People’s Republic of China Juha A. Vuori 11. The Continuing Evolution of Securitization Theory Michael C. Williams August 2010: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-55627-9: £90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55628-6: £24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-86850-8 For more information, visit:


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Biopolitics of Security in the 21st Century


The Political Economy of Security after Foucault

Feminist Security Studies A Narrative Approach Annick Wibben, University of San Francisco, USA This book rethinks security theory from a feminist perspective, illustrating what feminist security concerns are, why they remain outside the purview of security studies, and what can be done to address them more successfully through the development of a comprehensive theoretical framework. It constitutes a major contribution to the fields of security studies and feminist IR, uniquely engaging feminism, security, and strategic studies. While furthering theoretical and normative questions posed by feminists, it is based on security as it has been theorized in the field of IR. In gathering materials from the emerging field of feminist security studies, the book develops a comprehensive framework for the field. As such, it will be the work that scholars, students, and practitioners will turn to for years to come. October 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-45727-9: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45728-6: £22.99 For more information, visit:

Michael Dillon, University of Lancaster, UK This book is a volume of essays on the Biopolitics of Security in the 21st Century, by Professor Mick Dillon. It is at first of its kind in that no other study currently available covers the same field of research with the same degree of innovation. This volume will provide a genealogy of the biopolitics of security beginning with Michel Foucault’s original account of the rise of biopolitics at the beginning of the 18th century, and will clarify and further develop Foucault’s original analytic of the biopolitics of security. This work is an original introduction to the emerging field of the biopolitics of security, tracking its development into the 21st century, which will serve as an intellectual provocation to researchers as much as it will a pedagogical guide to graduate and undergraduate teachers. October 2010: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48432-9: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48433-6: £23.99 For more information, visit:

This new book presents critical approaches towards Human Security, which has become one of the key areas for policy and academic debate within Security Studies and IR. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction David Chandler and Nik Hynek Part 1: Human Security and Emancipation 2. ‘We the Peoples’: Contending Discourses of Security in Human Rights Theory and Practice Tim Dunne and Nicholas J. Wheeler 3. Development of the Human Security Field: A Critical Examination David Bosold 4. Has Human Security Had Its Day? Neil Cooper, Mandy Turner and Michael Pugh 5. Human Security, Biopoverty and the Possibility for Emancipation David Roberts 6. Emancipatory Forms of Human Security and Liberal Peacebuilding Oliver P. Richmond 7. Towards a Critical Security Paradigm? Reconceptualizing the ‘Vital Core’ of Human Security Giorgio Shani 8. The Siren Song of Human Security Ryerson Christie 9. The Limits to Emancipation in the Human Security Framework Tara McCormack Part 2: Human Security and Regimes of Power 10. Human Security and the Securing of Human Life: Tracing Global Sovereign and Biopolitical Rule Marc G. Doucet and Miguel de Larrinaga 11. Rethinking Human Security: Economy, Governmentality and Hybridization of Individuals 12. Human Security: Sovereignty, Citizenship, Disorder Kyle Grayson 13. (Bio)Human Security Julian Reid 14. Inhuman Security Mark Neocleous 15. Living not Human: The Biopolitics of Security Mick Dillon 16. Human Security and the Globalization of the Political David Chandler. Conclusion July 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-56734-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84758-9 For more information, visit:


Security and Global Governmentality Globalization, Governance and the State

Edited by Miguel de Larrinaga, University of Ottawa, Canada and Marc G. Doucet, Saint Mary’s University, Canada This book examines global governance through Foucaultian notions of governmentality and security, as well as the complex intersections between the two.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical Treatments and Critical Readings Part 2: Global Governmentality and Global War Part 3: Securitizing Global Governance: Contemporary Cases May 2010: 234 x 156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-56058-0: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86573-6 For more information, visit:

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Liberal Terror

Security, Risk and the Biometric State

Terror and the Politics of Catastrophe

Governing Borders and Bodies

Risk, Security and Modernity

Benjamin J. Muller, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Edited by Claudia Aradau, Open University, UK and Rens Van Munster, University of Southern Denmark

This book explores the governmentality of terror post-9/11 as a complex discursive and institutional formation deployed at the horizon of a catastrophic future. It unpacks the risk practices deployed in the ’war on terror’ by taking seriously the policy-makers’ imaginaries of catastrophe. If the governance of terrorism is essentially made possible by the description of the future as ’catastrophic’, it is important to analyse the ways in which catastrophe changes (and challenges) traditional practices of security and risk management. At the same time, it is instrumental to assay the effects of these new practices. This is the two-pronged approach undertaken in this book.

Global Security, Divine Power and Emergency Rule Bradley Evans, University of Leeds, UK This book offers a genealogical investigation into the phenomenon of terror in the 21st century. Terror has become the defining political emblem of our globally inter-connected age, resulting in an unprecedented global security effort which has given renewed purpose to the Liberal cause. This book charts these developments, moving beyond attempts at either establishing a universal definition or seeking to resurrect outdated Realist modes of analysis, arguing instead that the phemonenon’s transient and elusive nature is unavoidable given its alignment with changing Liberal attempts to strategise species life. The book argues that the tendency to write of terror in morally inclusive terms reveals to us the political-theology at work in which Liberalism affords itself divine status. Terror as such is the generative principle of its very formation, providing us with the truest diagnostic of modern Liberal societies, along with the rationalities which underwrite its very reasoning. Thus, the book argues that while terror is widely recognised to be a complex, adpative and emerging phenomenon, displaying many of the hallmarks of Liberal societies, the conceptual significance of these parallels continues to be overlooked. December 2010 Hb: 978-0-415-58882-9: £75.00 For more information, visit:

This book examines a series of questions associated with the increasing application and implications of biometrics in contemporary everyday life.

This book explores how ’virtual borders’ are created and the effect they have upon the politics of citizenship and immigration, especially how they contribute to the treatment of citizens as suspects. Finally and most importantly, this text argues that the rationale of ’governing through risk’ facilitates pre-emptory logics, a negligent attitude towards ’false positives’, and an overall proliferation of borders and ubiquitous risk, which becomes integral to contemporary everyday life, far beyond the confined politics of national borders and frontiers. February 2010: 234 x 156: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-48440-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-85804-2 For more information, visit:

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Security, War and Technology

Militarism, Gender and (In)Security

Paul Virilio and the Global Politics of Disappearance

Biopolitical Technologies of Security and the War on Terror Cristina Masters, University of Manchester, UK This book examines the biopolitical fetishisation of technology in contemporary practices of war, and thus explores how masculinity is being rearticulated within the context of US militarism. More specifically, it explores the ethico-political possibilities of technology and the attending claims that advanced technology are both liberatory and transgressive. It seeks to explore a dual question: is technology and its attending technologies of power liberating us from the strictures of gendered regimes of knowledge and thus from the deadly politics of war? In considering this question, the project inquires into the representative practices at work and the ethico-political implications therein. It does so by tracing various moments of militarism through both techno-scientific and masculinist discourses of power.

Mark Lacy, University of Lancaster, UK This book analyses some of the key problems explored in Paul Virilio’s theorising on war and security. Each chapter begins with an example from popular culture - from video games, on-lines graphic novels to films from around the world - that begins to introduce the specific question and proceeds to develop a critical engagement with his work. One of the key themes that emerges through the chapters is the importance of the idea of ’disappearance’ - the aesthetics of disappearance or the politics of disappearance - that is developed through his work: it will be argued that the politics of disappearance explored in different ways in his work provides a disturbing and insightful introduction to the key questions in the politics of security that will shape the twenty-first century. August 2011: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-57604-8: £70.00 For more information, visit:

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The Geopolitics of American Insecurity Terror, Power and Foreign Policy Edited by Francois Debrix, Florida International University, USA and Mark Lacy, University of Lancaster, UK

This edited volume examines the political, social, and cultural insecurities that the United States is faced with in the aftermath of its post-9/11 foreign policy and military ventures.

Selected Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction: US Foreign Policy after Hype(r)-Power Mark J. Lacy and François Debrix 1. Hyper-Power or Hype-Power? The USA after Kandahar, Karbala, and Katrina Timothy W. Luke 2. American Insecurities and the Ontopolitics of US Pharmacotic Wars Larry George 3. Power, Violence, and Torture: Making Sense of Insurgency and Legitimacy Crises in Past and Present Wars of Attrition Alexander D. Barder 4. Torturefest and the Passage to Pedagogy of Tortured Pasts Marie Thorsten 5. Designing Security: Control Society and MoMA’s SAFE: Design Takes on Risk Mark J. Lacy 6. Deserting Sovereignty? The Securitization of Undocumented Migration in the United States Mathew Coleman 7. The Biopolitics of American Security Policy in the Twenty-First Century Julian Reid 8. Human Security, Governmentality, and Sovereignty: A Critical Examination of Contemporary Discourses on Universalizing Humanity Kosuke Shimizu 9. The Aesthetic Emergency of the Avian Flu Affect Geoffrey Whitehall 10. Over a Barrel: Cultural Political Economy and Oil Imperialism Simon Dalby and Matthew Paterson 11. Zombie Democracy Patricia Molloy 2008: 234 x 156: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-46042-2: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-57754-0: £22.50 eBook: 978-0-203-88421-8 For more information, visit:

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Routledge Studies in Liberty and Security Series edited by: Didier Bigo, Elspeth Guild and R.B.J. Walker This book series establishes connections between critical security studies and International Relations, surveillance studies, criminology, law and human rights, political sociology and political theory. To analyse the boundaries of the concepts of Liberty and Security, the practices which are enacted in their name (often the same practices) will be at the heart of the series. These investigations address contemporary questions informed by history, political theory and a sense of what constitutes the contemporary international order. Forthcoming

Conflict, Security and the Reshaping of Society The Civilisation of War Edited by Alessandro Dal Lago and Salvatore Palidda, Universita di Genova, Italy This book is an examination of the effect of contemporary wars (such as the ’War on Terror’) on civil life at a global level. Selected Contents: Introduction Alessandro Dal Lago and Salvatore Palidda Part 1: The Constituent Role of Armed Conflicts 1. Fields Without Honour: Contemporary War as Global Enforcement Alessandro Dal Lago 2. The Barbarization of the Peace: The Neo-Conservative Transformation of War and Perspectives Alain Joxe 3. Norm/ Exception: Exceptionalism and Governmental Prospects Roberto Ciccarelli 4. Reversing Clausewitz? War and politics in French Philosophy: Michel Foucault, Deleuze-Guattari and Raymond Aron Massimiliano Guareschi 5. Global War and Technoscience Luca Guzzetti Part 2: Securisation 6. September 14, 2001: The Regression to the Habitus Didier Bigo 7. Revolution in Police Affairs Salvatore Palidda 8. Surveillance: From Resistance to Support Eric Heilmann 9. Enemies, Not Criminals: The Law and Courts Against Global Terrorism Gabriella Petti Part 3: The Reshaping of Global Society 10. Media at War Marcello Maneri 11. Global Bureaucracy: Irresponsible But Not Indifferent Mariella Pandolfi and Laurence Mcfall 12. The Space of Camps: Towards a Genealogy of Places of Internment in the Present Federico Rahola July 2010: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-57034-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84631-5 For more information, visit:

Exceptionalism and the Politics of Counter-Terrorism

Muslims in the West after 9/11

Liberty, Security and the War on Terror

Edited by Jocelyne Cesari, Harvard University, USA

Andrew W. Neal, University of Edinburgh, UK

This book is the first systematic attempt to study the situation of European and American Muslims after 9/11, and to present a comprehensive analysis of their religious, political, and legal situations.

This book is an analysis and critique of the concepts of ‘exception’ and ‘exceptionalism’ in the context of the politics of liberty and security in the so-called ‘War on Terror’. Situating exceptionalism within the post-9/11 controversy about the relationship between liberty and security, this book argues that the problem of exceptionalism emerges from the limits and paradoxes of liberal democracy itself. It is a commentary and critique of both contemporary practices of exceptionalism and the critical debate that has formed in response. Through a detailed assessment of the key theoretical contributions to the debate, this book develops exceptionalism as a critical tool. It also engages with the problem of exceptionalism as a discursive claim, as a strategy, as a concept, as a theoretical problem and as a practice. 2009: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45675-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86758-7 For more information, visit:


Religion, Politics and Law

Selected Contents: Introduction Jocelyne Cesari Part 1: Overview: Muslims in Europe and the US 1. Securitization of Islam in Europe Jocelyne Cesari 2. Muslims in America Jane Smith Part 2: Anti-Terrorism and International Constraints 3. The War on Terror and the Muslims in the West Mahmood Monshipouri 4. Bush’s Political Fundamentalism and the ’War’ against Militant Islam: The US-European Divide Dirk Nabers 5. The Liberal Roots of the American Empire Michael C. Desch Part 3: Influence of International Constraints on Politics, Law and Religion in the West 6. Welcoming Muslims into the Nation: Tolerance Politics and Integration in Germany Frank Peter 7. Shari’a and the Future of Secular Europe Jocelyne Cesari 8. American Muslims at the Dawn of the 21st Century: Hope and Pessimism in the Drive for Civic and Political Inclusion Louise Cainkar 9. The Concept of the Muslim Enemy in the Public Discourse Reim Spielhaus and Yasemin Schooman 10. Islamic Radicalism in Europe Farhad Khosrokhavar

Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations

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The EU, Canada and the War on Terror

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Edited by Mark Salter, University of Ottawa This book examines how legal, political, and rights discourses, security policies and practices migrate and translate across the North Atlantic. Selected Contents: Introduction Mark B. Salter 1. Special Delivery: The Multilateral Politics of Extraordinary Rendition Maria Koblanck 2. Miscarriages of Justice and Exceptional Procedures in the ‘War against Terrorism Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet 3. Risk-Focused Security Policies and Human Rights: The Impossible Symbiosis Anastassia Tsoukala 4. The International Politics of Data Privacy: European Leadership and the Ratcheting up of Canadian Rules Abraham Newman 5. Aviation Security and the War on Terror Mark B. Salter 6. The Accountability Gap: Human Rights and EU External Cooperation on Criminal Justice, Counterterrorism and the Rule of Law Susie Alegre 7. Norms and Expertise in the Global Fight against Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism Amandine Scherrer 8. Tracing Terrorists: The EU–Canada Agreement in PNR Matters Peter Hobbing 9. Replacing and Displacing the Law: Europeanization of the Judicial Power Antoine Mégie 10.Transjudicial Conversations about Security and Human Rights Audrey Macklin 11. Removeable Aliens? Canada’s Position on Indefinite Immigration Detention in Comparative Perspective Rayner Thwaites 12. The Role of NGOs in the Access to Public Information: Extraordinary Renditions and the Absence of Transparency Márton Sulyok and András L. Pap 13. Sovereignty and Security R.B.J. Walker and Maria Koblanck


Security, Law and Borders Tugba Basaran, Brussels School of International Studies at Kent University, Belgium This book focuses on security practices, civil liberties and the politics of borders in liberal democracies. The book develops three inter-related arguments: First, it questions the discourse of exception that seeks to separate liberal from illiberal rule in liberal democracies, as if both belonged to different times and spaces with a clear boundary line. Second, it questions the space of the government and argues for a turn in perspective from territorial to legal borders - legal borders of policing and legal borders of rights. Third, it emphasizes the role of ordinary liberal practices and ordinary law, and argues that law’s most powerful tools are also its most ordinary tools: the creation of legal identities, the creation of legal borders and the definition of the scope of legal rights. September 2010: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-57025-1: £75.00 For more information, visit:

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Terror, Insecurity and Liberty Illiberal Practices of Liberal Regimes after 9/11 Edited by Didier Bigo, Sciences Po, Paris, France and Anastassia Tsoukala, University of Paris XI, Orsay, France This edited volume questions the widespread resort to illiberal security practices by contemporary liberal regimes since 9/11, and argues that counter-terrorism is embedded into the very logic of the fields of politics and security. Selected Contents: Understanding (In)Security Didier Bigo and Anastassia Tsoukala. Globalized (In)Security: The Field and the Ban-Opticon Didier Bigo. Defining the Terrorist Threat in the Post-September 11th Era Anastassia Tsoukala. Hidden in Plain Sight: Intelligence, Exception and Suspicion after September 11th 2001 Laurent Bonelli. Military Activities within National Boundaries: The French Case Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet. Military Interventions and the Concept of the Political: Bringing the Political Back into the Interactions between External Forces and Local Societies Christian Olsson 2008: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46628-8: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49068-9: £23.50 eBook: 978-0-203-92676-5 For more information, visit:


Critical Perspectives on the Responsibility to Protect Interrrogating Policy and Practice Edited by Philip Cunliffe Series: Routledge Studies in Intervention and Statebuilding This edited volume will be the first book to critically interrogate both the theoretical principles and the policy consequences of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine. The contributors to this volume argue that the doctrine of R2P does not embody progressive values and that it has the potential to undermine international order. This volume not only advanceW a novel set of arguments, but will also spur debate by offering perspectives that are seldom heard in relation to R2P. The aim of the volume is to bring a range of criticisms to bear from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including international law, political science, IR theory and security studies. September 2010: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-58623-8: £75.00 For more information, visit:

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Critique, Security and Power The Political Limits to Emancipatory Approaches Tara McCormack, University of Leicester, UK

Gender and International Security Feminist Perspectives Edited by Laura Sjoberg, University of Florida, USA This book defines the relationship between gender and international security, analyzing and critiquing international security theory and practice from a gendered perspective. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Laura Sjoberg Part 1: Gendered Lenses Envision Security 2. Theses on the Military, U.S. National Security, War, and Women Judith Stiehm 3. War, Sense, and Security Christine Sylvester 4. Gendering the State: Performativity and Protection in International Security Jonathan Wadley Part 2: Gendered Security Theories 5. Gendering the ‘Cult of the Offensive,’ Lauren Wilcox 6. Gendering Power Transition Theory Laura Sjoberg 7. The Genders of Environmental Security Nicole Detraz Part 3: Gendered Security Actors: Women in International Security 8. Loyalist Women Paramilitaries in Northern Ireland: Beginning a Feminist Conversation about Conflict Resolution Sandra McEvoy 9. Securitization and De-Securitization: Female Soldiers and the Reconstruction of Women in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone Megan MacKenzie 10. Women, Militancy, and Security: The South Asia Conundrum Swati Parashar Part 4: Gendered Security Problematiques 11. Feminist Theory and Arms Control Susan Wright 12. Beyond Border Security: Feminist Approaches to Human Trafficking Jennifer Lobasz 13. When Are States Hypermasculine? Jennifer Maruska 14. Peace Building through a Gender Lens and the Challenges of Implementation in Rwanda and Cote d’Ivoire Heidi Hudson 2009: 234 x 156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-47546-4: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47579-2: £22.99 eBook: 978-0-203-86693-1 For more information, visit:

The Struggle for the West A Divided and Contested Legacy Edited by Christopher Browning, University of Warwick, UK and Marko Lehti, University of Tampere, Finland This book problematises the idea of and debates about a ‘divided West’ that have emerged since 9/11 and the controversy over the Iraq War. Selected Contents: Part 1: Foundations of The West Part 2: The Dividing Legacy of The West Part 3: Europe, America and Alternative Core Wests Part 4: Remaking The West in the Margins 2009: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47683-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86735-8 For more information, visit:

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This book aims to engage with contemporary security discourses from a critical perspective. It argues that rather than being a radical, analytical outlook, much critical security theory fails to fulfil its promise to pose a challenge to contemporary power relations. Tara McCormack investigates the limitations of contemporary critical and emancipatory theorising and its relationship with contemporary power structures. Beginning with a theoretical critique and moving into a case study of the critical approaches to the break up of the former Yugoslavia, this book assesses the policies adopted by the international community at the time to show that much contemporary critical security theory and discourse in fact mirrors shifts in post-Cold War international and national security policy. Far from challenging international power inequalities and offering an emancipatory framework, contemporary critical security theory inadvertently ends up serving as a theoretical justification for an unequal international order. 2009: 234 x 156: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-48540-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87046-4 For more information, visit:


Reimagining War in the 21st Century From Clausewitz to Network-Centric Warfare Manabrata Guha, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India This book interrogates the philosophical backdrop of Clausewitzian notions of war, and asks whether modern, network-centric militaries can still be said to serve the ’political’. In light of the emerging theories and doctrines of Network-Centric War (NCW), this book traces the philosophical backdrop against which the more common theorizations of war and its conduct take place. Tracing the historical and philosophical roots of modern war from the 17th Century through to the present day, this book reveals that far from paralyzing the project of re-problematisating war, the emergence of NCW affords us an opportunity to rethink war in new and philosophically challenging ways. July 2010: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-56166-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84864-7 For more information, visit:



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Gender, Human Security and the United Nations Security Language as a Political Framework for Women Natalie Florea Hudson, University of Dayton, USA This book examines the relationship between women, gender and the international security agenda, exploring the meaning of security in terms of discourse and practice, as well as the larger goals and strategies of the global women’s movement. 2009: 234 x 156: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-77782-7: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86990-1 For more information, visit:

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International Relations Theory and the Politics of Space Edited by Natalie Bormann, Northeastern University, Boston, USA and Michael Sheehan, Swansea University, UK This edited volume analyses a number of controversial policies, and contentious strategies which have promoted space activities under the rubric of exploration and innovation, militarization and weaponization, colonization and commercialization. It places these policies and strategies in broader theoretical perspective in two key ways. Firstly, it engages in a reading of the discourses of space activities: exposing their meaningproducing practices; uncovering the narratives which convey certain space strategies as desirable, inevitable and seamless. Secondly, the essays suggest ways of understanding, and critically engaging with, the effects of particular space policies. 2009: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-46056-9: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88202-3

Critical Terrorism Studies A New Research Agenda Edited by Richard Jackson, Marie Breen Smyth and Jeroen Gunning, all at Aberystwyth University, UK ’Starting from a caustic, but well-founded, assessment of the serious limits of mainstream approaches to terrorism, the many interesting contributions in this precious volume convincingly argue why and how critical thinking can contribute to the understanding of political violence.’ Selected Contents: Introduction: The Case for Critical Terrorism Studies Marie Breen Smyth, Jeroen Gunning and Richard Jackson Part 1: The Contemporary Study of Polictical Terrorism 1. Mapping Terrorism Studies after 9/11: An Academic Field of Old Problems and New Prospects Magnus Ranstorp 2. Contemporary Terrorism Studies: Issues in Research Andrew Silke 3. In the Service of Power: Terrorism Studies and US Intervention in the Global South Sam Raphael 4. Knowledge, Power and Politics in the Study of Political Terrorism Richard Jackson Part 2: Critical Approaches to the Study of Political Terrorism 5. Exploring a Critical Theory Approach to Terrorism Studies Harmonie Toros and Jeroen Gunning 6. Emancipation and Critical Terrorism Studies Matt McDonald 7. Middle East Area Studies and Terrorism Studies: Establishing Links via a Critical Approach Katerina Dalacoura 8. The Contribution of Anthropology to Critical Terrorism Studies Jeffrey A. Sluka 9. Social Movement Theory and the Study of Terrorism Jeroen Gunning 10. The Contemporary ‘Mahabharata’ and the Many ‘Draupadis’: Bringing Gender to Critical Terrorism Studies Christine Sylvester and Swati Parashar 11. Subjectivities, ‘Suspect Communities’, Governments, and the Ethics of Research on ‘Terrorism’ Marie Breen Smyth 12. Critical Terrorism Studies: Framing a New Research Agenda Richard Jackson, Jeroen Gunning and Marie Breen Smyth

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The New Spatiality of Security Operational Uncertainty and the US Military in Iraq


Female Suicide Bombers

Caroline Croser

Narratives of Violence

This book provides a rigorous critical analysis of how the US military operates in Iraq, and the operationalisation of new technology in warfare.

V.G. Julie Rajan, Rutgers University, USA

The book operates at two levels. On one level, it gives a user-friendly picture of the daily operation of a US Army Division headquarters in Iraq, through a detailed exploration of a specific command and control technology, ’Command Post of the Future’. On another level, the book provides readers with the theoretical tools to disrupt the grand narratives that currently ’explain’ the operation of violence in Iraq. It does this by developing a spatial vocabulary to describe the operation of violence, drawing on the works of Foucault, Lefebvre and Deleuze; and by developing methods associated with non-representational geography and science and technology studies (STS), utilised in conjunction with this spatial vocabulary, in order to perform a detailed material analysis of violence-as-practiced.

An Intellectual History of Terror War, Violence and the State Mikkel Thorup, Aarhus University, Denmark

Donatella Della Porta, European University Institute, Italy

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This book examines the phenomenon of female suicide bombings through postcolonial, Third World, feminist, and human-rights frameworks. Through those multiple contexts, the author reveal the highly complex subjectivities and social agencies of women suicide bombers in contemporary conflict situations internationally, such as Palestine, Sri Lanka, and Chechnya. September 2010: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-55225-7: £75.00 For more information, visit:

This work investigates an extensive array of violent phenomena and actors, trying to broaden the scope and ambition of the history of terrorism studies. It combines an extensive reading of state and terrorist discourse from various sources with theorizing of modernity’s political, institutional and ideological development, forms of violence, and its guiding images of self and other, order and disorder. Chapters explore groups of actors (terrorists, pirates, partisans, anarchists, Islamists, neo-Nazis, revolutionaries, soldiers, politicians, scholars) as well as a broad empirical source material, and combine them into a narrative of how our ideas and concepts of state, terrorism, order, disorder, territory, violence and others came about and influence the struggle between the modern state and its challengers. The main focus is on how the state and its challengers have conceptualized and legitimated themselves, defended their existence and, most importantly, their violence. In doing so, the book situates terrorism and anti-terrorism within modernity’s grander history of state, war, ideology and violence. June 2010: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-57995-7: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84821-0 For more information, visit:

Contemporary State Terrorism Theory and Practice Edited by Richard Jackson, Aberystwyth University, UK, Eamon Murphy, Curtin University of Technology, Australia and Scott Poynting, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK This volume aims to ‘bring the state back into terrorism studies’ and fill the notable gap that currently exists in our understanding of the ways in which states employ terrorism as a political strategy of internal governance or foreign policy. Selected Contents: 1. State Terrorism in the Social Sciences: Theories, Methods and Concepts Ruth Blakeley 2. Darfur’s Dread: Contemporary State Terrorism in the Sudan David Mickler 3. State Terrorism and the Military in Pakistan Eamon Murphy and Aazar Tamana 4. Israel’s Other Terrorism Challenge Sandra Nasr 5. ’We have no orders to save you’: State Terrorism, Politics and Communal Violence in the Indian state of Gujarat, 2002 Eamon Murphy 6. The Politics of Convenient Silence in Southern Africa: Relocating the Terrorism of the State Joan Wardrop 7. Revenge and Terror: The Destruction of the Palestinian Community in Kuwait Victoria Mason 8. Winning Hearts and Mines: The Bougainville Crisis, 1988-90 Kristian Lasslett 9. Paramilitarism and State Terror in Colombia Sam Raphael 10. ‘We are all in Guantanamo’: State Terror and the case of Mamdouh Habib Scott Poynting 11. From Garrison State to Garrison Planet: State Terror, the War on Terror and the Rise of a Global Carceral Complex Jude McCulloch 12. The Deterrence Logic of State Warfare: Israel and the Second Lebanon War, 2006 Karine Hamilton Conclusion: Contemporary State Terrorism: Towards a New Research Agenda Richard Jackson 2009: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-49801-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86835-5 For more information, visit:

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Discourses and Practices of Terrorism Interrogating Terror Edited by Bob Brecher and Mark Devenney, both at University of Brighton, UK and Aaron Winter, University of Abertay Dundee, UK This interdisciplinary book investigates the consequences of the language of terror for our lives in democratic societies. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Philosophy, Politics, Terror Bob Brecher and Mark Devenney 2. Rediscovering the Individual in the ’War on Terror’: A Virtue and Liberal Approach Heather Widdows 3. Is there a Justifiable Shoot-to-Kill Policy? Shahrar Ali 4. Torture and the Demise of the Justiciable Standard of Enlightened Government: A S Perspective Don Wallace and Akis Kalaitzidis 5. Asylum and the Discourse of Terror: The European ’Security state’ Fran Cetti 6. Feeling Persecuted? The Definitive Role of Paranoid Anxiety in the Constitution of ’War on Terror’ Television Hugh Ortega Breton 7. Fundamentalist Foundations of Terrorist Practice: The Political Logic of Life-Sacrifice Jeff Noonan 8. Specificities, Complexities, Histories: Algerian Politics and George Bush’s USA-led ’War on Terror’ Martin Evans 9. Ignatieff, Ireland and the Lesser Evil: Some Problems with the Lessons Learnt Mark McGovern 10. American Terror: from Oklahoma City to 9/11 and After Aaron Winter. Bibliography February 2010: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-48808-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-85734-2 For more information, visit:


The Making of Terrorism in Pakistan

State Violence and Genocide in Latin America

Terrorism and the Politics of Response

The Cold War Years

Edited by Angharad Closs Stephens, University of Durham, UK and Nick Vaughan-Williams, University of Exeter, UK

Edited by Marcia Esparza, City University of New York, USA Henry R. Huttenbach, New York City College, USA and Daniel Feierstein, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina This edited volume explores political violence and genocide in Latin America during the Cold War, examining this in light of the United States’ hegemonic position on the continent. Selected Contents: Introduction: Globalizing Latin American Studies of State Violence and Genocide Marcia Esparza Part 1: The Roots and Theoretical Underpinnings 1. U.S. Hemispheric Hegemony and the Descent into Genocidal Practices in Latin America Luis Roniger 2. Political Violence in Argentina and its Genocidal Characteristics Daniel Feierstein 3. Genocide in Chile: An Assessment Maureen S. Hiebert and Pablo Policzer 4. Understanding the 1982 Guatemalan Genocide Marc Drouin Part 2: The Mechanisms of Violence 5. ’Industrial Repression’ and Operation Condor in Latin America J. Patrice McSherry 6. The United States and Torture: Lessons from Latin America Jennifer K. Harbury 7. State Violence and Repression in Rosario during the Argentine Dictatorship, 1976-1983 Gabriela Aguila 8. U.S.-Colombian Relations in the 1980s: Political Violence and the Onset of the UP Genocide Andrei Gomez-Suarez Part 3: The Aftermath of State Violence and Genocide 9. Political Violence, Justice and Reconciliation in Latin America Ernesto Verdeja 10. Vicious Legacies? State Violence(s) in Argentina Guillermina S. Seri 11. Courageous Soldiers (Valientes Soldados): Politics of Concealment in the Aftermath of State Violence in Chile Marcia Esparza 12. Bringing Justice to Guatemala: The Need to Confront Genocide and Other Crimes Against Humanity Raúl Molina Mejía 2009: 234 x 156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-49637-7: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86790-7 For more information, visit:

Historical and Social Roots of Extremism Eamon Murphy, Curtin University of Technology, Australia This book aims to explain the rise of Pakistan as a centre of Islamic extremism by going back to the roots of the state and the nature of Islam in Pakistan. The broad aim therefore is to examine the social, and political and economic factors that have contributed to the rise of terrorism in Pakistan. This is the first book to employ a Critical Terrorism Studies (CTS) approach to explain the origins and nature of terrorism in Pakistan. It will be of great interest to students of Critical Terrorism Studies, Asian Politics, Security Studies and IR in general. December 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-56526-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86169-1 For more information, visit:

State Terrorism and Neoliberalism The North in the South Ruth Blakeley, University of Kent, UK This book explores the complicity of democratic states from the global North in state terrorism in the global South. It evaluates the relationship between the use of state terrorism by Northern liberal democracies and efforts by those states to further incorporate the South into the global political economy and to entrench neoliberalism. The book explores state terrorism as used by European and early American imperialists to secure territory, to coerce slave and forced wage labour, and to defeat national liberation movements during the process of decolonisation. It examines the use of state terrorism by the US throughout the Cold War to defeat political movements that would threaten US elite interests. Finally, it assesses the practices of Northern liberal democratic states in the ’War on Terror’ and shows that many Northern liberal democracies have been active in state terrorism, including through extraordinary rendition. 2009: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46240-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87651-0 For more information, visit:

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This inter-disciplinary edited volume critically examines the dynamics of the War on Terror, focusing on the theme of the politics of response. Selected Contents: Foreword Marie Fatayi-Williams Introduction: London in a Time of Terror Angharad Closs Stephens and Nick Vaughan-Williams Part 1: Cartographies of Response 1. Missing Persons: London, July 2005 Jenny Edkins 2. Security, Multiculturalism, and the Cosmopolis Vivienne Jabri 3. 7 Million Londoners; 1 London: National and Urban Ideas of Community Angharad Closs Stephens Part 2: War on Terror/War on Response 4. Foreign’ Terror? Resisting/Responding to the London Bombings Dan Bulley 5. The Shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes: New Border Politics? Nick Vaughan-Williams 6. Terror Time in Toronto: A Response to the Response to the Arrests of the Toronto 17 Patricia Molloy 7. Response Before the Event: On Forgetting the War on Terror Louise Amoore Part 3: Possibilities of Response? 8. Cosmpolitanism vs. Terrorism? Discourses of Ethical Possibility Before, and After 7/7 James Brassett 9. Finding meaning in meaningless times: emotional responses to terror threats in London? Chris Rumford 10. The Ontopolitics of Response: Difference, Alterity and the Face Madeleine Fagan 11. July 2, July 7 and Metaphysics Costas Douzinas 2008: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-45506-0: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88933-6 For more information, visit:



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Female Terrorism and Militancy Agency, Utility, and Organization Edited by Cindy D. Ness The City University of New York, USA Series: Contemporary Terrorism Studies This edited volume provides a window on the many forces that structure and shape why women and girls participate in terrorism and other forms of political violence, as well as on how states have come to view, treat, and strategize against them. Selected Contents: Introduction Cindy D. Ness. In the Name of the Cause: Women’s Work in Secular and Religious Terrorism Cindy D. Ness. Women Fighting in Jihad? David Cook. Beyond the Bombings – Analyzing Female Suicide Bombers Debra Zedalis. (Gendered) War Carolyn Nordstrom. The Evolving Participation of Muslim Women in Palestine, Chechnya, and the Global Jihadi Movement Karla Cunningham. Black Widows and Beyond: Understanding the Motivations and Life Trajectories of Chechen Female Terrorists Anne Speckhard and Khapta Akhmedova. The Black Widows: Chechen Women Join the Fight for Independence – and Allah Anne Nivat. Palestinian Female Suicide Bombers: Virtuous Heroines or Damaged Goods? Yoram Schweitzer. Martyrs or Murderers? Victims or Victimizers? The Voices of Would Be Palestinian Female Suicide Bombers Anat Berko and Edna Erez. Girls as ’Weapons of Terror’ in Northern Uganda and Sierra Leonean Rebel Fighting Forces Susan McKay. From Freedom Birds to Water Buffaloes: Women Terrorists in Asia Margaret Gonzalez-Perez. Women and Organized Racial Terrorism in the United States Kathleen M. Blee. The Portrayal of Female Terrorists in the Media: Similar Framing Patterns in the News Coverage of Women in Politics and in Terrorism Brigitte L. Nacos 2007: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77347-8: £80.00

Critical Issues in Global Politics Forthcoming in 2011

Democracy and Intervention John Macmillan, Brunel University, UK This book develops a systematic understanding of the conceptual, ethical, political and theoretical dimensions of intervention in an empirical/historical context. More specifically, the book aims to provide advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students with a systematic and critical understanding of ’intervention/ non-intervention’ through examination of the doctrine’s conceptual, theoretical and normative underpinnings; the theory and practice of intervention in different historical periods; and the notion of ’intervention’ as a (problematic) mode of governance that raises important theoretical as well as practical issues given contemporary conditions of globalisation. The book will focus primarily on the theory and practice of intervention as pertaining to the nexus between democracy/democracies and international society, but will extend beyond this core focus as appropriate. February 2011: 216 x 138: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-44494-1: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44495-8: £19.99 For more information, visit:

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The United States and the Security Council

International Society, Democracy & Insecurity

Brian Frederking, McKendree University, USA ’Brian Frederking’s new book should appeal not only to advanced undergraduate and graduate students, but to anyone interested in international organization, U.S. foreign policy, or global politics in the age of terror. In this volume, Frederking expertly engages debates over power, rules and institutions to highlight a ’security-hierarchy’ paradox which plagues U.S. policy toward the U.N. Security Council. Highlighting tensions between unilateral temptations and multilateral imperatives, Frederking provides incisive case studies of evolving approaches to peacekeeping, international justice, sanctions, regional conflicts, terrorism. In the process, his demonstrates the contributions of an elegant theoretical synthesis to understanding the emergent global order.’ - Wesley Widmaier, St. Joseph’s University, USA 2007: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-77076-7: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77075-0: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-94472-1

Global Ethics Anarchy, Freedom and International Relations Mervyn Frost, King’s College London, UK This provocative and original book challenges the commonplace that contemporary international interactions are best understood as struggles for power. Eschewing jargon and theoretical abstraction, Mervyn Frost argues that global politics and global civil society must be understood in ethical terms. International actors are always faced with the ethical question: So, what ought we to do in circumstances like these? Illustrating the centrality of ethics to our understanding of global politics and global civil society with detailed case studies, Frost shows how international actors constitute one another in global social practices that are underpinned by specific ethical commitments. Case Studies examined include: • The War on Iraq • The ‘Global War on Terror’ • Iran • Human Rights • Globalization and Migration • The use of Private Military Companies.


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Jef Huysmans, Open University, UK

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This book introduces students to the central concepts in security studies and one of the most important issues in international relations. Jef Huysmans:

Forthcoming in 2011

• explains recent conceptual and theoretical developments in security studies • introduces contemporary security questions and changes in dominant security issues since the end of the Cold War • draws on insights from security studies, criminology, and sociology and cultural studies of fear • introduces a political rather than strategic analysis of security practice • focuses on the tensions between international democratic political practice and security policies • uses a story-led approach to introduce concepts and theories. December 2010: 216 x 138: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-44020-2: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44021-9: £23.99 For more information, visit:

Sovereignty Jens Bartelson, University of Copenhagen, Denmark This book summarizes recent academic debates on sovereignty within academic international relations and political theory. Recent scholarship has focused on the changing meaning of the concept of sovereignty in a variety of historical and political contexts, and under what conditions these changes in turn spill over into institutional change on a global scale. This book furnishes new insights about the current meaning and function of the concept of sovereignty within international relations and political theory. June 2011: 216 x 138: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-44682-2: £70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44683-9: £15.99 For more information, visit:

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International Statebuilding The Rise of Post-Liberal Governance David Chandler, University of Westminster, UK This concise and accessible new text offers original and insightful analysis of the policy paradigm informing international statebuilding interventions. The book covers the theoretical frameworks and practices of international statebuilding, the debates they have triggered, and the way that international statebuilding has developed in the post-Cold War era. Spanning a broad remit of policy practices from post-conflict peacebuilding to sustainable development and EU enlargement, Chandler draws out how these policies have been cohered around the problematization of autonomy or self-government. Rather than promoting democracy on the basis of the universal capacity of people for self-rule, international statebuilding assumes that people lack capacity to make their own judgements safely and therefore that democracy requires external intervention and the building of civil society and state institutional capacity. Chandler argues that this policy framework inverses traditional liberal–democratic understandings of autonomy and freedom – privileging governance over government – and that the dominance of this policy perspective is a cause of concern for those who live in states involved in statebuilding as much as for those who are subject to these new regulatory frameworks. July 2010: 216 x 138: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-42117-1: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42118-8: £17.99 eBook: 978-0-203-84732-9 For more information, visit:

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We live in a moment that urgently calls for a reframing, reconceptualizing, and reconstituting of the political, cultural and social practices that underpin the enterprises of international relations. While contemporary developments in international relations are focused upon highly detailed and technical matters, they also demand an engagement with the broader questions of history, ethics, culture and human subjectivity. Global Horizons is dedicated to examining these broader questions.

After the Globe, Before the World R.B.J. Walker, University of Victoria, Canada

’Rob Walker’s After the Globe, Before the World is a radical text in the best sense of the word. It explores the roots of the international studies discipline, rethinks those aspects of the political theory canon on which the discipline’s traditional conceits have relied, and proceeds to articulate a reconceptualization of the state-world relationship. The work is the most important intervention in international studies/international relations thinking in decades. Any scholar who would presume to treat global politics as it is developing in this millennium must come to terms with Walker’s challenge.’ - Michael J. Shapiro, University of Hawai’i, USA A sustained critique of the primary traditions of both political theory and international relations theory, this book provides an analysis of the relationship between claims about sovereignty and the spatiotemporal articulation of boundaries, borders and limits.

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The Liberal Way of War Killing to Make Life Live Michael Dillon, University of Lancaster, UK and Julian Reid, King’s College London, UK

’The Liberal Way of War is a remarkable book: theoretically sophisticated and conceptually nuanced. Building on, critiquing, and updating Foucault’s analyses of biopower and liberal governmental strategies, Dillon and Reid provide a powerful and challenging account of how contemporary politics operates both globally and over life itself.’ - Stuart Elden, Durham University, UK The liberal way of war and the liberal way of rule are correlated; this book traces that correlation to liberalism’s original commitment to ’making life live’. Committed to making life live, liberalism is committed to waging war on behalf of life, specifically to promote the biopolitical life of species being; what the book calls ’the biohuman’. Tracking the advent of the age of life-as-information complex, adaptive and emergent - while contrasting biopolitics with geopolitics, the book details how and why the liberal way of rule wages war on the human in the cause of instituting the biohuman. Contingent and emergent, the biohuman is however continuously also becoming-dangerous to itself. It therefore requires constant surveillance to anticipate the threats it presents to its own flourishing. The book explains how, in making life live, liberal rule finds its expression, today, in making the biohuman live the emergency of its emergence. Thus does liberal peace become the continuation of war by other means. Just as the information and molecular revolutions have combined to transform liberal military-strategic thinking so also has it contributed to the discourse of global danger through which global liberal governance currently legitimates the liberal way of war. 2009: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-95299-6: £75.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95300-9: £22.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88254-2 For more information, visit:

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The Contested Politics of Mobility Borderzones and Irregularity Edited by Vicki Squire, Open University, UK Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics The Contested Politics of Mobility is the first collection to explore how the politics of mobility turns on the condition of irregularity. Selected Contents: 1. The Politics of Mobility Vicki Squire Politicising Mobility 2. Politicising Mobility Vicki Squire 3. Freedom and speed in enlarged borderzones Didier Bigo 4. Rezoning the Global: Technological Zones, Technological Work, and the (Un-) Making of Biometric Borders William Walters 5. Targeted Exclusion: Mobile Bodies, Workplace Raids, and Migrant Counter-Conducts Jonathan Inda 6. Alien Powers: Deportable Labour and the Spectacle of Security Nicholas De Genova Mobilising Politics 7. Mobilising Politics Vicki Squire 8. Capitalism, Migration and Social Struggles: Towards a Theory of the Autonomy of Migration Sandro Mezzadra 9. Governing Mobility: Technology, Surveillance and Citizenship Kim Rygiel 10. Legal Exclusion and Dislocated Subjectivities: The Deportation of Salvadoran Youth from the United States Susan Bibler Coutin 11. Forms of Irregular Citizenship Peter Nyers 12. Citizens Despite Borders: Reflections upon the Changing Territorial Order of Europe Enrica Rigo 13. Epilogue Engin Isin September 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-58461-6: £75.00 For more information, visit:


Corporate Security, Terrorism and Risk Karen Lund Petersen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics Situated with the debate on terrorism risk and security, this book investigates the role of private companies in counter-terrorism policies. Lund Peterson analyses how political actors and private companies, including airports, airlines, ports and food production companies, understand their role in the fight against terrorism. Challenging the modern understandings of national security and corporate risk, this book brings corporate understandings of the relation between corporate risk and national security to the fore and assesses degrees of openness and closedness towards the political understanding of companies. September 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-57999-5: £70.00 For more information, visit:

New Norms and Knowledge in World Politics

Securitizations of Citizenship

Protecting People, Intellectual Property and the Environment

Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics

Preslava Stoeva, Hult International Business School, London, UK Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics This book examines the process of norm development and knowledge creation in international politics, and assesses these processes in case studies on protection from torture, intellectual property rights and climate change. Drawing on the theories of constructivism and the sociology of scientific knowledge, author Preslava Stoeva demonstrates that international norms are a product of a sequence of closures and consensus reached at different social levels. She contends that it is this process which makes norms permeate the social and political fabric of international relations even before they become official principles of state behaviour. Proposing a theoretical model which indicates the stages of the development of norms, she studies the roles that various actors play in that process, together with the interplay of various types of power. 2009: 216 x 138: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-54737-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86983-3 For more information, visit:

Edited by Peter Nyers, McMaster University, Canada

Securitizations of Citizenship critically assesses the fate of citizenship in relation to securitized practices of surveillance and control that have emerged in the post-9/11 period. Selected Contents: Introduction: Securitizations of Citizenship Peter Nyers 1. The Neurotic Citizen Engin F. Isin 2. Secure Borders, Safe Haven, Domopolitics William Walters 3. Renormalizing Citizenship and Life in Fortress North America Davina Bhandar 4. (Dis)Qualified Bodies: Securitization, Citizenship and ‘Identity Management’ Benjamin J. Muller 5. Security, Flexible Sovereignty, and the Perils of Multiple Citizenship Daiva Stasiulis and Darryl Ross 6. The Accidental Citizen Peter Nyers 7. Political Belonging in a Neoliberal Era: The Struggle of the Sans-Papiers Anne McNevin 8. The Production of Culprits: From Deportability to Detainability in the Aftermath of ‘Homeland Security’ Nicholas De Genova 9. Citizenship for All Barry Hindess 2009: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-48529-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87890-3 For more information, visit:

Securing ’the Homeland’ Critical Infrastructure, Risk and (In)Security

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Myriam Anna Dunn, Center for Security Studies, Switwerland and Kristian Søby Kristensen, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark

Positive Security

Series: CSS Studies in Security and International Relations

Paul Roe, Central European Univeristy, Hungary

This edited volume uses a ‘constructivist/reflexive’ approach to address critical infrastructure protection (CIP), a central political practice associated with national security.

Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics This book explores current thinking about positive security and seeks to suggest a reformulated positive security concept, and to evaluate the efficacy of such a concept in terms of foreign and security policy. Proceeding from a critical evaluation of McSweeney’s positive security approach, the author assesses the potential for reformulating positive security in other existing theoretical approaches: the Copenhagen School, the Welsh School, and largely Galtungian-defined Peace Studies and finally proposes a formulation of positive security defined as the ability of ’orders’ (security referent objects) to achieve/maintain ’just’ values, and secondly tackle the highly contentious issue of the use of force in the securing of these values. In equating Positive Security with the achievement/ maintenance of just values, the book, although locating itself within a tradition that is committed to ways of promoting equitable and cooperative relations between humans and human communities, will also seek to pose contentious questions of violent- as well as non-violent transformations.

Selected Contents: Foreword Ole Wæver. Introduction: Securing the Homeland: Critical Infrastructure, Risk, and (In)Security Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Kristian Søby Kristensen Part 1: Origins, Conceptions, and the Public-Private Rationale The Vulnerability of Vital Systems: How ‘Critical Infrastructure’ Became a Security Problem Stephen J. Collier and Andrew Lakoff. Like a Phoenix from the Ashes: The Reinvention of Critical Infrastructure Protection as Distributed Security Myriam Dunn Cavelty. ‘The Absolute Protection of our Citizens’: Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Practice of Security Kristian Søby Kristensen. Critical Infrastructures and Network Pathologies: The Semiotics and Biopolitics of a Heteropolar World Order James Der Derian and Jesse Finkelstein. Part 2: Terrorism and the Politics of Protecting the Homeland Media, Fear, and the Hyperreal: The Construction of Cyberterrorism as the Ultimate Threat to Critical Infrastructures Maura Conway. Homeland Security Through Traceability: Technologies of Control as Critical Infrastructures Philippe Bonditti. The Gendered Narratives of Homeland Security: Anarchy at the Front Door Makes Home a Haven Elgin M. Brunner. Conclusion: The Biopolitics of Critical Infrastructure Protection Julian Reid

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Hollywood and the CIA

Rethinking Insecurity, War and Violence

Media, Defense and Subversion

Beyond Savage Globalization?

Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Bowling Green State University, USA, David Herrera and James Baumann

Edited by Damian Grenfell and Paul James, both at RMIT University, Australia

Series: Media, War and Security

Series: Rethinking Globalizations

This book analyses representations in Hollywood film of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

This collection of essays rethinks the security paradigm in the context of the War on Terror, providing a broad and systematic analysis of the long-term sources of political, military and cultural insecurity from the local to the global.

Hollywood and the CIA examines movies sampled from the each of five decades: the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and explores four main issues: the relative prominence of the CIA; the extent to which these movies appeared to be overtly political; the degree to which they were favorable or unfavorable to the CIA; and their relative attitude to the ’business’ of intelligence. A final chapter considers the question: do these Hollywood texts appear to function ideologically to ’normalize’ the CIA? If so, might this suggest the further hypothesis that many CIA movies assist audiences with reconciling two sometimes fundamental opposites: often gruesome covert CIA activity for questionable goals and at enormous expense, on the one hand, and the values and procedures of democratic society, on the other. June 2011: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-78006-3: £75.00 For more information, visit:

Selected Contents: Part 1: Globalizing Insecurity Part 2: Reconceptualizing Security Part 3: Rethinking Localized Transnational Conflicts Part 4: Renewal in the Aftermath of Violence 2008: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-43226-9: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43227-6: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-89419-4 For more information, visit:


Experiencing War Edited by Christine Sylvester, University of Lancaster, UK Series: War, Politics and Experience

The Politics of Becoming European A Study of Polish and Baltic Post-Cold War Security Imaginaries Maria Mälksoo, International Centre for Defence Studies, Estonia Series: New International Relations This book weaves together perspectives drawn from critical international relations, anthropology and social theory in order to understand the Polish and Baltic post-Cold War politics of becoming European. Approaching the study of Europe’s eastern enlargement through a post-colonial critique, author Maria Mälksoo makes a convincing case for a rethinking of European identity. Drawing on the theorist Edward Said, she contends that studies of the European Union are marked by a prevailing Orientalism, rarely asking who has traditionally been able to define European identity, and whether this identity should be presented as an historical process rather than a static category. The central argument of this book is that the historical experience of being framed as simultaneously in Europe - and yet not quite in Europe - informs the current self-understandings and security imaginaries of Poland and the Baltic States. Exploring this existential condition of ’liminal Europeaness’ among foreign and security policy-making elites, the book considers its effects on key security policy issues, including relations with Western Europe, Russia and the United States.

This book presents the most recent thinking on war as a physical and emotional experience for those who touch and are touched by it politically, through feelings, and through physical activities, ranging from combat to TV viewing. Selected Contents: Part 1: Theorizing War As Experience 1. Touching War: Politics and the Experiential Christine Sylvester 2. The Passions of Protection: Sovereign Authority and Humanitarian War Anne Orford 3. Reconsidering Just War Theory Kimberly Hutchings 4. The Uselessness of a Generalised ’New Wars’ Rubric Stephen Chan 5. Wars, Bodies, and Development Brigitte Holzner Part 2: Studying War as Politics and Experience 6. Neo-cons, Neologisms and Iran: The Construction of Another Islamic Enemy Annabelle Sreberny 7. Living and Remembering War Mary Hamilton and Denny Taylor 8. What Women Warriors Experience Megan MacKenzie 9. Dilemmas of Drawing War Jill Gibbon 10. War As Experience: Some Conclusions and New Directions Christine Sylvester October 2010: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-56630-8: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56631-5: £22.99 For more information, visit:

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Risk and the War on Terror Edited by Louise Amoore, University of Durham, UK and Marieke de Goede, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

’This anthology’s broad coverage of the relationship of risk to the war on terror’s proliferation of surveillance is extraordinary. The work of this excellent group of scholars is innovative and compelling.’ - Michael Shapiro, University of Hawaii, USA

Written by leading scholars in the field, this book offers the first comprehensive and critical investigation of the specific modes of risk calculation that are emerging in the so-called war on terror. 2008: 234 x 156: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-44323-4: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44324-1: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-92770-0 For more information, visit:

Tabloid Terror War, Culture, and Geopolitics Francois Debrix, Florida International University, USA

’In this compelling volume Francois Debrix investigates at length the discourses now used by journalists, think tank intellectuals, foreign policy writers, and talk show hosts to represent the world as a threatening place ’in need’ of American military violence. This volume is both a valuable contribution to contemporary thinking about media and war, and simultaneously a powerful critique of the practices that legitimize geopolitical violence. In lucid prose Debrix reasserts the importance of using critical social and political theory to effectively tackle matters of geopolitics, identity and warfare. This very timely book deserves a wide readership wherever citizens and scholars are concerned with violence and war, and how their contemporary justifications are shaping culture in so many places.’ - Simon Dalby, Carleton University, Canada 2007: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-77290-7: £90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77291-4: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-94466-0 For more information, visit:


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Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution Series edited by: Tom Woodhouse and Oliver Ramsbotham, both at University of Bradford, UK Forthcoming

Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution Edited by Katy Hayward, Queen’s University, Belfast and Catherine O’Donnell In applying discourse analysis to the study of the conflict and peace process in Northern Ireland, this book offers a new and pertinent way to understand and examine three core subjects: conflict studies, Irish politics and applied discourse analysis. As a product of collaboration and intellectual engagement between scholars from a variety of disciplines, institutions, countries and even generations, it analyses the close, yet still mystifying, relationship between political discourse and conflict resolution. September 2010: 234 x 156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-56628-5: £75.00 For more information, visit:

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Governing Ethnic Conflict

Migration and Security in the Global Age

Consociation, Identity and the Price of Peace

Diaspora Communities and Conflict

Andrew Finlay, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland This book traces the emergence of a common technology of peace and how, in the process, the liberal state has come to embrace illiberal subjects and practices. In this common technology of peace, the cause of conflict is understood to be competing ethno-national identities and the solution is to recognize these identities, and make them useful to government through power-sharing. The problem with consociational arrangements is not simply that they institutionalise ethnic division and privilege particular identities or groups, but, more importantly, that they close down the space for other ways of being. By specifying identity categories, consociational regimes create a residual, sink category, designated ’other’. These ’others’ not only offer a challenge to prevailing ideas about identity but also stand in reproach to conventional wisdom regarding the management of conflict. July 2010: 216 x 138: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-49803-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84731-2 For more information, visit:

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Feargal Cochrane, Lancaster University, UK This book is an interdisciplinary examination of several interconnecting aspects of migrant communities in the context of contemporary conflict and security. It aims to illustrate how the diversity of migrant populations cross-cuts political, cultural, social and economic spheres of activity. The book builds a connected picture of contemporary migrants/diasporas that reflects the fact that they exist within, and help to construct, an integrated and multi-layered political, social, cultural and economic mileau. While empirically focused studies are often case-specific and, while rich in local detail, lack comparative breadth or the ability to make connections and see irregularities across a number of cases that might be of interest to scholars beyond that specific area. This work intends to connect these literatures together more thoroughly. In particular, it seeks to demonstrate that political, cultural, economic and social factors all play important roles in helping us understand the actual (and potential) roles of migrant communities in conflict and security within contemporary society. December 2010: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-58775-4: £75.00 For more information, visit:


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