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'There is no better guide to policing's place in IR and security studies. In rethinking how policing is made globally, the authors show that police institutions and practices are a core aspect of world politics. Their work makes clear that global policing is about much more than the transfer of knowledge across national boundaries. This is essential reading for anyone looking to develop the research agenda on policing and the production of social order in the international realm.' - Alice Hills, Professor of Conflict Studies, University of Durham, UK 'This exciting collection establishes an understanding of the emergence of global policing that challenges the usual notion of a diffusion of western concepts of making things, especially states, modern. It stresses that ideas about policing can move in both directions - from the west and, when recast, back again. The chapters embrace a range of disciplines and sweep the globe to provide stimulating case studies and illuminating theoretical perspectives. In sum, an important and valuable book.'- Clive Emsley, Emeritus Professor, Open University, UK
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Jana Hoenke is a Visiting Professor at the Conflict Research Centre, Universitat Marburg, Germany, and, subsequently, Assistant Professor and Rosalind-Franklin Fellow at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Markus-Michael Muller is an Assistant Professor at the ZI Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany.
Chapter 1: The Global Making of Policing [Jana Hoenke and Markus-Michael Muller] THE POST-COLONY AS A LABORATORY Chapter 2: Capillaries of Empire: Colonial Pacification and the Origins of U.S. Global Surveillance [Alfred W. McCoy] Chapter 3: Laboratories of Pacification and Permanent War: Israeli-U.S. Collaboration in the Global Making of Policing [Stephen Graham and Alex Baker] Chapter 4: Beyond the Laboratory Thesis: Gaza as Transmission Belt for War and Security Technology [Leila Stockmarr] SOUTH-SOUTH POLICING ENCOUNTERS Chapter 5: Entangled Pacifications: Peacekeeping, Counterinsurgency and Policing in Port-au-Prince and Rio de Janeiro [Markus-Michael Muller] Chapter 6: Associated Dependent Security Cooperation: Colombia and the United States Arlene Tickner POSTCOLONIAL TRANSNATIONAL SECURITY FIELDS Chapter 7: Securing the Diaspora: Policing Global Order [Mark Laffey and Sutharan Nadarajah] Chapter 8: 'British Cop or International Cop?' Global Makings of International Policing Assistance, 2000-2014 [Georgina Sinclair] Chapter 9: A Translational Perspective on Police-building in Afghanistan: The Enactment of 'Progress' in the Implementation Gap [Lars Ostermeier] CONCLUSION Chapter 10: Unpacking 'the Global' [Pinar Bilgin]