The Resource Globalization between the Cold War and neo-imperialism, edited by Jennifer M. Lehmann ; special volume editor, Harry F. Dahms

Globalization between the Cold War and neo-imperialism, edited by Jennifer M. Lehmann ; special volume editor, Harry F. Dahms

Label
Globalization between the Cold War and neo-imperialism
Title
Globalization between the Cold War and neo-imperialism
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jennifer M. Lehmann ; special volume editor, Harry F. Dahms
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This work contains an Introduction by Harry F. Dahms. It includes contents such as: Periodizing Globalization: From Cold War Modernization to the Bush Doctrine Robert J. Antonio and Alessandro Bonanno; Recognizing Empire: Alienation, Authority, and Delusions of Grandeur David Norman Smith; Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America Harry W. Isaac and Daniel M. Harrison; From Exceptionalism to Imperialism: Culture, Character and American Foreign Policy Lauren Langman and Meghan Burke; 9.11.01 and Its Global Aftermath: Empire Strikes Back? Timothy Luke. It also includes commentaries - Globalization and Social Justice: Working the Tensions of the Dialectics of National Character Karen Monkman; Neoliberalism and its Discontents: Comments on Three Views of the American Empire Barney Warf. It includes five chapters and two commentaries from some of the most respected personalities in the field. It takes a broad and diverse look at the development of globalization
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
327.73009049
Index
no index present
LC call number
JZ1318
LC item number
.G5815 2006eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Current perspectives in social theory,
Series volume
v. 24
Label
Globalization between the Cold War and neo-imperialism, edited by Jennifer M. Lehmann ; special volume editor, Harry F. Dahms
Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Cover -- Contents -- Editorial Board -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: ''Globalization between the Cold War and Neo-Imperialism'' -- Notes -- References -- Periodizing Globalization: From Cold War Modernization to the Bush Doctrine -- Neoliberal Globalization and the Cold War System -- Cold War Modernization Theory and the Winding Down of the Long Postwar Expansion -- The Rise of the Post-Cold War System: Globalization as American--Led Modernization -- Phase 1: Crisis of the Cold War System and Neoconservative Mobilization -- Phase 2: The Reagan Revolution: Money Culture and Victorious Neoliberalism -- Phase 3: The New World Order: Neoliberalism on the Road to Global Hegemony -- Phase 4: Globalization and ''Third Way'' Politics: Neoliberalism with a Human Face? -- Progressive Modernization Redux: the new Economy as Dawn of the Post-Cold War Era -- After the Cold War Era: A Global Stockholder's Republic -- Gathering Clouds of Post-Cold War era Modernization -- Neoliberalism with an Iron Fist: U.S. Hyperpower and Imperium -- After the Post-Cold War Era: Regime Change in the USA & Permanent War Redux -- New Rome's Legitimacy Crisis: Geopolitics and the Globalization System -- The Stockholders' Empire Under Siege -- Beyond Arrogant Exceptionalism: Recovering Americana's ''Spiritual Side'' -- Notes -- References -- Recognizing Empire: Alienation, Authority, and Delusions of Grandeur -- After Empire? -- The Spirit of Power Politics -- The State Unbound -- Power Disenchanted -- Enchantment Reborn -- A Unipolar World -- Denial and Celebration of Empire -- The Unilateral Mentality -- Pax Americana -- What the people give, They can take away -- Alienation, Empire, and Consent100 -- Authority in Question -- Conceptual Roots of Empire -- Sovereignty and Alienation -- Not Two Swords, A Double-Edged Sword -- Alienation as the Free Act of the People -- The Prince Unbound -- In the Beginning was the Sword -- The Good Cannot Be Good -- The Outsized Executive -- Machiavelli in the White House -- Herrschaft und Knechtschaft -- Master of All He Surveys -- The Machiavellian Temptation -- The Will to Power -- Recognition Denied -- Notes -- Corporate Warriors: The State and Changing forms of Private Armed Force in America* -- Building the Local State: Capitalist Flexibility and Irregular Armed Force -- Independent Militias: Early Industrialists as Corporate Warriors -- Private Industrial Police: Mobilizing Corporate Warriors through the Market -- Building a Massive Warfare State -- The New Corporate Warrior in the Private Military Industry -- Private Military Firms and Global Security -- Nation States and the Use of Force -- The U.S. in the Global Military Services Industry -- Theorizing the rise of the New Corporate Warrior -- The Silverstein Thesis -- The Singer Thesis -- The Weakness of the U.S. State as a Weakness in Singer's Argument -- Conclusions and Implications -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Books and Journal Articles -- Press and Web Sources -- From Exceptionalism to Imperialism: Culture, Character, and America
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ocn166253052
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1 online resource (xvi, 278 pages)
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Isbn
9780080476964
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