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Table of Contents List of figures List of Tables About the Contributors Chapter 1: Introduction - Maurice Mullard and Bankole Cole Part 1 Theoretical Frameworks Chapter 2: Discourse analysis and the 'war' on terror - Mick Drake Chapter 3: History's actors: insights into the war on terror from international relations theory / Colin Tyler Chapter 4: The Polanyian image reversed: globalisation and economic citizenship in the New Great Transformation - Terrence Casey Chapter 5: Citizenship , globalisation and the politics of the war in the war on terror - Maurice Mullard . Part 2: Issues Chapter 6: Citizenship after the death of the public sphere / Stefan Skrimshire Chapter 7; Citizenship, rights and Tony Blair's doctrine of international community - Colin Tyler Chapter 8: The politics of globalisation and the war on terror - Simon Lee Chapter 9: Building institutions for freedom: the economic dimension of the war on terror / Simon Lee Chapter 10: Globalisation, terror and the future of 'development' / citizenship beyond bare life? - Su-ming Khoo Chapter11: Globalisation, surveillance and the War on Terror - Mike McCahill Part 3 Reflections Chapter 12: Elias, organised violence and terrorism - Tony Ward and Peter Young Chapter 13: The oppressive discourse of global exclusion: the 'war on terror' as a war on difference and freedom - Andrew Robinson Chapter 14: Power, resistance and 'anti-globalisation' movements in the context of the 'war on terror' Mick Drake Chapter 15: Beyond the bliss of the new consumer society and the new dark times Index
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War on Terrorism, 2001-.