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CONTENTS 1 Introduction Derek Gregory and Allan Pred 2 Bare life, political violence and the territorial structure of Britain and Ireland Gerard Kearns 3 ¿An unrecognizable condition has arrived¿: law, violence and the state of exception in Turkey Anna Secor 4 Cosmopolitanism¿s collateral damage: the state-organzied racial violence of World War I and the War on Terror Eric Olund 5 Refuge or refusal: the geography of exclusion Jennifer Hyndman, Alison Mountz 6 Imperialism imposed and invited: the ¿war on terror¿ comes to Southeast Asia Jim Glassman 7 ¿Spaces of terror and fear on Colombia¿s Pacific coast: the armed conflict and forced displacement among black communities Ulrich Oslender 8 Fatal transactions, conflict diamonds and the (anti)terrorist consumer Philippe Le Billon 9 The geography of Hindu right-wing violence in India Rupal Oza 10 Revolutionary Islam: a geography of modern terror Michael Watts 11 Vanishing points: law, violence and exception in the global war prison Derek Gregory 12 Groom Lake and the imperial production of Nowhere Trevor Paglen 13 Targeting the inner landscape Matthew Farish 14 Immaculate warfare? The spatial politics of extreme violence Nigel Thrift 15 ¿The Pentagon¿s imperial cartography: tabloid realism and the War on Terror Simon Dalby 16 Demodernizing by design: everyday infrastructure and political violence Stephen Graham 17 The terror city hypothesis Mitchell Gray, Elvin Wyly 18 Banal terrorism: spatial fetishism and everyday insecurity Cindi Katz 19 Situated ignorance and state terrorism: silences, W.M.D., collective amnesia and the manufacture of fear Allan Pred Index
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War on Terrorism, 2001-.