Performing security: The imaginative geographies of current US strategy

@article{Bialasiewicz2007PerformingST,
  title={Performing security: The imaginative geographies of current US strategy},
  author={L. Bialasiewicz and David Campbell and S. elden and S. Graham and A. Jeffrey and Alison J. Williams},
  journal={Political Geography},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={405-422}
}
Political geographers have recently focused their attention on the performative nature and imaginative geographies of US security strategies. This work has illuminated a number of mechanisms through which geographical knowledge has been interpreted and reformulated to support specific political agendas. This paper builds upon and develops the insights of these recent studies, arguing that current US security strategies are constructed around a policy of integration, whereby states are… Expand

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