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From the Publisher"Academics and pundits refer to the ‘dark side of globalization’. Some examine aspects of the linkages between globalization and political violence. None, however, match the accomplishment of this volume in considering the emergent forms of insecurity in such a comprehensive manner. Shifting the focus away from a purely state-centric approach, the contributors to this book examine the wide-ranging dimensions of violence with which scholars and policymakers will have to come to terms in forthcoming decades."
Simon Reich, University of Pittsburgh, USA
"Violent conflict in the 21st century no longer conforms to the Clausewitzean and Weberian models of war between vertically organized states. Rather it involves horizontally organized networks: loose transnational factions and the demonstration effect; civil and cross-border wars; translocal ethnic and religious conflicts; migration and diasporas; private military corporations and criminal mafias. States, international organizations and non-state actors are struggling to find horizontally organized responses, but are increasingly ineffective and overstretched. This book breaks new ground in addressing how the globalization of violence is reshaping the very structure of world politics."
Philip G. Cerny, Professor of Global Affairs, Rutgers University-Newark, USA