Governing disorder: the Australian Federal Police and Australia's new regional frontier

  title={Governing disorder: the Australian Federal Police and Australia's new regional frontier},
  author={Shahar Hameiri},
  journal={The Pacific Review},
  pages={549 - 574}
  • Shahar Hameiri
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • The Pacific Review
  • Abstract The Australian Federal Police has in recent years become an important actor in both the implementation and design of Australian-led state building interventions in Australia's near region of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific. The article focuses on the recent expansion of the Australian Federal Police as a way of understanding the emergence of a new partly (and strategically) deterritorialized, ‘regional’ frontier of the Australian state. Within this new frontier, whose fluctuating… CONTINUE READING
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