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Resilience as embedded neoliberalism: a governmentality approach
This article looks at resilience as a form of governmentality. In particular, it is concerned to show that resilience, despite its claims to be about the operation of systems, is, in practice, closerExpand
Empire of Capital
Philosophy of Social Science: The Philosophical Foundations of Social Thought
Getting the books philosophy of social science the philosophical foundations of social thought now is not type of inspiring means. You could not isolated going in the manner of ebook increase orExpand
The limits of governmentality: Social theory and the international
Foucault’s concept of governmentality goes beyond the narrow limits of state power to look at how these societies employ more subtle methods of power exercised through a network of institutions,Expand
The Fabrication of Social Order: A Critical Theory of Police Power
This is a highly stimulating book that sets out to challenge conventional ideas about the role and function of the police. It questions both liberal conceptions that relate the role of the police toExpand
Resilience in UK and French Security Strategy: An Anglo-Saxon Bias?
The idea of resilience is increasingly prominent across a wide range of policy areas. This contribution looks at the emergence of resilience in UK security discourse and compares this with theExpand
Hegemony: A Realist Analysis
Hegemony: A Realist Analysis is a new and original approach to this important concept. It presents a theoretical history of the use of hegemony in a range of work starting with a discussion ofExpand
Governmentality of What? Populations, States and International Organisations
As more work on governmentality appears in International Relations (IR), it is time to take stock and deal with a few questions. In social theory, the governmentality approach has mainly addressedExpand
What Can Governmentality Do for IR
Two interesting things have happened recently that are relevant for this Forum. One has been the release of Michel Foucault's lectures at the College de France. The other is the increasing interestExpand