Repressive inclusion

  title={Repressive inclusion},
  author={J. Reynolds},
  journal={The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law},
  pages={268 - 293}
  • J. Reynolds
  • Published 2017
  • The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law
ABSTRACT This article examines the relation between emergency legal doctrine and racial sovereignty in the context of Palestine. It theorises Israel's multifarious emergency modalities in a colonial present paradigm where traditional territorial colonisation is fused with modern security biopolitics. The Israeli juridical-security apparatus mimics European liberal legalism in presenting itself as generally accepting of human rights obligations, save in circumstances where particular illiberal… Expand
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