Caught up in the Madness? State Power and Transnational Organized Crime in the Work of Susan Strange

@article{Friman2003CaughtUI,
  title={Caught up in the Madness? State Power and Transnational Organized Crime in the Work of Susan Strange},
  author={H. Richard Friman},
  journal={Alternatives: Global, Local, Political},
  year={2003},
  volume={28},
  pages={473 - 489}
}
  • H. Friman
  • Published 1 August 2003
  • Political Science
  • Alternatives: Global, Local, Political
Susan Strange left an impressive legacy of scholarship on international relations.1 She consistently challenged the field for its tendency to privilege the state and discount the role of markets and transnational actors. For Strange, power was contested by states and nonstate actors, and bargaining between these actors in the context of transnational relations remained a central theme in her work. In two of her last major books - The Retreat of the State: The Diffusion of Power in the World… 
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