Rights of Passage: The Passport in International Relations

Rights of Passage: The Passport in International Relations

by Mark B. Salter

Hardcover(Library Binding)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781588261458
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 03/28/2003
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

1Introduction: A Body, a Soul, and a Passport1
Security and Mobility2
Examining Our Papers3
Not-so-Hidden Agendas6
2Passports, Violence, and International Society11
Ne Exeat Regno12
Privateers, Princes, and Letters of Marque16
Colonial Space and Passports20
Description, Depiction, and Conscription24
Conclusion: The Control of Violent Movements39
3Health and the Body Politic49
The Prince and the Plague50
Colonialism, Cholera, and Passports55
New Plagues, the New World Order, and the World Health Organization63
Conclusion: Health and the Citizen--Disease and the Stranger69
4Passports and International Society77
Formation of the Modern International System78
Citizenship, Immigration, and the Return of the Repressed86
Machine-Readable Identity93
Conclusion: Protecting Whom from What?95
5The Disappearance of Passports101
Bothers, Nuisances, and Passports102
Schengen Again and Again105
Passports in the Periphery112
Conclusion: Integration, Not Freedom115
6Borders, Frontiers, and Formalities121
The Frontiers of Sovereignty121
Design, Space, and Interrogation123
Translocality, Transversality, and the Persistence of Borders134
Conclusion: Narrating the Border142
7Conclusion: Passports, Identity, and International Relations149
Problems of Citizenship, Nationality, and Documentation152
Constituting the Self as a National and International Actor156
Taking the "Inter-" Seriously158
About the Book195

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