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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 Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Influence.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.
National security -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
World politics -- 1995-2005.