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- Dodds, Klaus (red.)/Sharp, Joanne (red.)
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'This is an essential book at a crucial moment for the sub-discipline and the world, as both face questions of what comes next. The organization of the book provides emerging and established researchers with the literature to ground their work in the seminal literature of critical geopolitics and provides valuable signposts to current omissions and pressing questions. The emphasis on different agents of geopolitical change and the sites of their activity will help academics frame questions and research design.'Colin Flint, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
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Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway University, UK, Merje Kuus, University of British Columbia, Canada and Joanne Sharp, University of Glasgow, UK.
Contents: Foreword: arguing about geopolitics, Gerard Toal / GearA(3)id A" Tuathail: Introduction: geopolitics and its critics, Klaus Dodds, Merje Kuus and Joanne Sharp; Part I Foundations: The origins of critical geopolitics, John Agnew; Realism and geopolitics, Simon Dalby; Text, discourse, affect and things, Martin MA1/4ller; Geopolitics and visual culture, Rachel Hughes; Heteronormativity, Linda Peake; Sovereignty, Fiona McConnell; Radical geopolitics, Julian Mercille; Neo-liberalism, Simon Springer; Reappraising geopolitical traditions, James D. Sidaway, Virginie Mamadouh and Marcus Power; Violence and peace, Nick Megoran. Part II Sites: Borders, Anssi Paasi; The state, Sami Moisio; Militarization, Matthew Farish; Media, Paul C. Adams; Resources, Phillippe Le Billon; Environment, Shannon O'Lear; The global South, Chi Yuan Woon; Intimacy and the everyday, Deborah Cowen and Brett Story; Spaces of terror, Ulrich Oslender. Part III Agents: Non-governmental organisations, Alex Jeffrey; International organizations, Veit Bachmann; Indigenous geopolitics, Chris Gibson; Journalists, Alasdair Pinkerton; Artists, Alan Ingram; Evangelicals, Jason Dittmer; Intellectuals of statecraft, Matthew Coleman; Women, Jennifer L. Fluri; Activists, Kye Askins; Index.