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Trends. Self, Security, And The Twenty-First Century, Editor Dec 1999

Trends. Self, Security, And The Twenty-First Century, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

the author discusses impact of globalization and an ever-greater access to convenient, efficient, comprehensive, and quick telecommunications on the facilitation of the construction of a new homogeneous self.


The Globalization Of Production And The Changing Benefits Of Conquest, Stephen Brooks Oct 1999

The Globalization Of Production And The Changing Benefits Of Conquest, Stephen Brooks

Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Articles

This article examines the conditions under which conquest is likely to reap significant economic rewards. Scholars have largely focused on how the level of popular resistance within the vanquished country influences the benefits of conquest. What needs to be scrutinized in greater depth is how post–World War II economic transformations within the most advanced countries affect the benefits of conquest. This article focuses on examining one particular economic change that has been neglected for the most part in the secu- rity and peace literature: the globalization of production. The article delineates four recent changes in the structure of global ...


Trends. Globalization And The 21st Century: The Multiplicity Of Enemies, Editor Feb 1999

Trends. Globalization And The 21st Century: The Multiplicity Of Enemies, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses recent events that underline a trend of security and globalization--the multiplicity of enemies that are real and notional, actual and potential, and the impact such multiplicities have on national security.


Resisting The Globalizing Economy In Seattle, Francis A. Beer, G. Robert Boynton Jan 1999

Resisting The Globalizing Economy In Seattle, Francis A. Beer, G. Robert Boynton

Political Science Faculty Contributions

Seattle, November-December 1999: the third meeting of the Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization. President Clinton was the host. Political leaders came from around the world. The news media-global, national, and local-were there in full force. As were the protesters. For the political leaders who believed that freer trade would improve their economies this was the place to be. For those who believed that freer trade would have a detrimental impact on people and the environment this was also the place to be. It was the point of resistance. For reporters and camera crews the conflict between leaders and ...