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- The politics of war, citizenship, territory
- Who is a friend? Who is an enemy? Who is a target? Who is a terrorist? Who is a combatant? Who is innocent? Who is "high risk"? Who is "illegal"? Who is free? Who serves? Who belongs? Who decides? Who's next? These simple questions emerge forcefully out of contemporary political crises. They constitute some of the most basic and pressing challenges of citizenship in the context of war. The above questions ask us to think war and territory through social and political subjects-or, in other words, through the lens of citizenship. The above questions ask us to think war and territory through social and political subjects-or, in other words, through the lens of citizenship.
- War, Citizenship, Territory p. 1-30
politics of war;
war and territory;
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- book chapter