Spaces of Global Security: Beyond Methodological Nationalism

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Adamson, Fiona B.;
(2016)

The changing political and social meanings of space under conditions of advanced globalization point to the need to analyze security – or the deployment and management of violence -- as a socio-spatial practice. This article draws attention to the “methodological nation... View more
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