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Genocide in Rwanda, instability in the Middle East, anarchy on the Internet -- insecurities abound. But do they occur "naturally, " or are they, as this pathbreaking volume suggests, cultural and social productions? Bringing together scholars from political science and anthropology, this collection of essays redirects long-standing views on culture as both a source of insecurity and an object of analysis.
The authors present studies whose topics range from traditional security concerns, such as the Cuban missile crisis, the Korean War, and he Middle East, to less conventional issues, including the Internet and national security, multiculturalism and regional economy in New Mexico.
|Introduction: Constructing Insecurity||p. 1|
|The Cultural Production of Crises: U.S. Identity and Missiles in Cuba||p. 35|
|The Politics of the Past: Redefining Insecurity along the "World's Most Open Border"||p. 63|
|Intervention and Identity: Reconstructing the West in Korea||p. 91|
|Postcoloniality and the Production of International Insecurity: The Persistent Puzzle of U.S.-Indian Relations||p. 119|
|Contested Sovereignties and Postcolonial Insecurities in the Middle East||p. 147|
|Peacekeeping, Indifference, and Genocide in Rwanda||p. 173|
|States of Insecurity: Plutonium and Post-Cold War Anxiety in New Mexico, 1992-96||p. 203|
|Adding an Asian Strand: Neoliberalism and the Politics of Culture in New Zealand, 1984-97||p. 233|
|Colonizing Cyberspace: "National Security" and the Internet||p. 261|
|Reimagining the State in Post-Mao China||p. 293|
|Missing the End of the Cold War in International Security||p. 319|
|In/Security and the Politics of Disciplinarity||p. 347|
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Series: Borderlines S.
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 452
Published: 1st September 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 14.9 x 2.21
Weight (kg): 0.58