Post-Westphalian global security : the strategic implications of applying nonviolent consent theory to the global war on terror
Citation:Jason W. Daverth, 'Post-Westphalian global security : the strategic implications of applying nonviolent consent theory to the global war on terror', [thesis], Irish School of Ecumenics, 2009, pp 349
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In characterising 9/11 as a transformative moment in global security, IR realists have failed to contextualise such threats within the larger trends of global populism. The rising technological and temporal-spatial diminishment of globalisation has afforded militarised non-state networks (MNSNs), such as al-Qaeda, increasingly efficient means and modalities through which to exert influence. Yet it is important to note that rather than aberrations, such networks are the logical extrapolation of a broader global trajectory of eroding state-centric norms.
Author: Daverth, Jason W.
Publisher:Irish School of Ecumenics
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