Table of contents for Peace, war, and computers / Chris Hables Gray.

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Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
 Introduction
 
21st Century War
Politics and September 11, 2001
Keywords
Hope
 Part I: The Situation
 Chapter 1:
 The New Normal Isn't
On Terror
The Second Cold War
Not a New War
No Surprises
Unintended Consequences
 Chapter 2:
 Real War and Postmodern Illusions
Postmodern War at the End of War
The Perpetual Revolution in Military Affairs
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Information War and Real Combat
Asymmetry
 
 Chapter 3:
 Globalization: Who Will Rule the World?
Empires
NeoLiberal Globalism
Nationalism
Internationalism
 Chapter 4
 The Politics of Technologies/The Technologies of Politics
Technics, Artifacts with Politics, and Actants
Information Rules and Meta-Rules
Power
Machine Politics and Civil Society
 Part II: Responses
 Chapter 5:
 The Future Present of Peace and Resistance to War
Peace Organizing and Theorizing
Official Peaces: Peacemaking/Peacekeeping
One World/One Net
One Peace/Many Paths: A Better World is Possible
 Chapter 6:
 Art as Politics by Other Means
Art and War
Culture Jamming
Prefiguration
Prefigurative Embodiment and Ethics
 
 
 
 Chapter 7:
 The Possibilities of Citizenship
Subjectivity
21st Century Citizenship
Humans/Cyborgs/Posthumans
The Digital Agora and Meatspace Politics
 Chapter 8:
 Reasons for Hope
Stories
Epistemological Conclusions
Predictions
Shaping the Future
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Bibliography
Illustrations
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War.
Information warfare.
World politics -- 21st century.
Globalization.
Peace.