Globalized ( in ) Security : the Field and the Ban-opticon 1

  title={Globalized ( in ) Security : the Field and the Ban-opticon 1},
  author={Didier Bigo},
  • Didier Bigo
  • Published 2006
T discourses that the United States and its closest allies 2 have put forth asserting the necessity to globalize security have taken on an unprecedented intensity and reach. They justify themselves by propagating the idea of a global “(in)security,” attributed to the development of threats of mass destruction, thought to derive from terrorist or other criminal organizations and the governments that support them. This globalization is supposed to make national borders effectively obsolete, and… CONTINUE READING

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