3 edition of Terror and consent found in the catalog.
Terror and consent
|LC Classifications||HV6432 .B625 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||676 p. :|
|Number of Pages||676|
|LC Control Number||2009517293|
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The wars against terror have begun, but it will take some time b /5. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both s: 2. About Philip Bobbitt. Philip Bobbitt is the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence and the Director of the Center for National Security at Columbia University.
'Philip Bobbitt is perhaps the outstanding political philosopher of our time.' -- Henry Kissinger 'This is a bold, wide-ranging and provocative book which grapples with one of the great challenges of our time' -- Timothy Garton-Ash 'he sets out with clarity and courage the first really comprehensive analysis of the struggle against terror' -- Tony Blair/5(29).
In his book he argued that the U.S.'s dominance in the world is the primary cause of global terrorism and said that the U.S. should develop a new strategy to combat terrorists. Philip Bobbitt’s treatise on foreign policy is a manifesto for a new Atlanticism, not just a reassertion but a reinvention of the dominant role of the Anglo-American alliance.
He wants to see intervention "by states of consent" to protect civilians from genocide in "states of terror" (he wanted the US to take a lead in Rwanda and Darfur) and also from the. Excerpts. From the book The New Masque of TerrorismMorano: What are you, Friend?Polly: A young Fellow, who hath been robb'd by the World; and I came on purpose to join you, to rob the World by way of open War with the whole World is brave and honourable.
I hate the clandestine pilfering War that is practis'd among Friends and Neighbors in Terror and consent book Societies.—John Gay, The Beggar. A study of the new face of modern-day warfare integrates historical, legal, and Terror and consent book analyses to look at the concept of a "war on terror" from the perspective of governance, liberty, violence, and globalization, while examining its impact on public policy/5(6).
Bobbitt reminds readers that government legitimized by the consent of the governedall of them, not just those of a particular party, creed, gender, or raceis relatively new in human history and. "For states of terror, targeting civilians is the point; for states of consent, protecting them is the objective even when they may sympathize with our enemies." Professor Bobbitt believes that authorities and decision makers resolutely refuse to recognize the sort of victory we must aim for.
To meet this security threat, writes the author, states that depend on the consent of the governed must radically recalibrate their strategies and laws. Bobbitt’s prescriptions for preventing terrorism and the proliferation of WMDs, for intervening to prevent genocide or ethnic cleansing, and for mitigating the human-rights consequences of.
Philip Bobbitt's Terror and Consent is a big book, enormous in concept, ambition, and sweep, full of portent for transnational politics in the twenty-first century.5/5(5). The Program in Law and Public Affairs Princeton University Wallace Hall Princeton, NJ [email protected] Where to Start with Noam Chomsky: His Best Books Chomsky by jeanbaptisteparis (CC-BY-SA ) Where to Start with Noam Chomsky.
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A distinguished scholar proposes an entirely new way of understanding and combating modern the startling statement that "almost every widely held idea we currently entertain about Read full review4/5(4). States of consent are bound up with his idea of the market-state, which Bobbitt argues is rapidly replacing the now virtually defunct nation-state, creating a situation where 'the people' look to Author: Rebecca Seal.
Bobbitt follows his magisterial Shield of Achilles with an equally complex and provocative analysis of the West's ongoing struggle against terrorism. Accord. "Brilliant This is quite simply the most profound book to have been written on the subject of American foreign policy since the attacks of 9/indeed, since the end of the cold war/5(2).
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You can remove the unavailable item(s) now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout.4/5. Terror and Consent by Prof Philip Bobbitt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Among the many consequences of the attacks by al-Qaeda against the United States on Septemhas been a torrent of writings by intellectuals seeking either to explain modern terrorism or to propose ways of dealing with it—or author, however, has approached the subject with greater ambition than Philip Bobbitt, the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence at the.
Many of Bobbitt’s recommendations seemed to come straight out of the Bush administration’s playbook. He favors pre-emptive detention of suspected terrorists; increased domestic surveillance and occasional coercive interrogations (though he opposes legalized torture).
Bobbitt is the author of the critically-acclaimed The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace, and the Course of History (Knopf, ), named "One of the best books of the year," by The Times (London), "One of the best books in on politics and current affairs", by The Economist, and hailed as "magisterial in its scope and ambition," by The New York.
Philip Bobbitt’s powerful, dense and brilliant new book argues that the nature of terrorism has changed as nationhood has evolved. Title. Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-First CenturyCited by: The Art of War is the Swiss army knife of military theory–pop out a different tool for any situation.
Folded into this small package are compact views on resourcefulness, momentum, cunning, the profit motive, flexibility, integrity, secrecy, speed, positioning, surprise. This book on "the wars for the 21st century" has taken five years to write. Philip Bobbitt has been in an out of US Federal government since the time of Lyndon Johnson, though to judge from the.
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The first section of the book provides a mini-history of terrorists and terrorism. Bobbitt argues that the way states are organized also determines how terrorists organize.
Accordingly, princely states of the Renaissance spawned uncontrollable mercenary armies, while mercantile trading states gave rise to privateers who then became buccaneers Author: Richard Pious.
Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-first Century: Philip Bobbitt: Books - 5/5(1). Bobbitt ultimately prescribes a strategy of "preclusion" whereby the United States and like-minded allies would apply a full range of military and nonmilitary instruments "to preclude hostile acts and the development of capabilities in hostile hands.".
This book focuses on the theoretical and legal aspects of terrorism. Its main strength is that it explains the importance of rule by consent, and how terrorism can threaten this directly (by overthrowing consensual governments) as well as indirectly (when consensual governments become authoritarian in trying to defend their people from terrorists)/5(28).
This book, Bobbitt says, isn't about the root causes of terrorism but rather about whether the current change in the constitutional order "will result in Author: Clay Spinuzzi."What caused the Wars against Terror, however, was a war for terror, and what caused that onslaught was the emergence of market states, a development that enraged and empowered those who created al Qaeda.
"Two new factors brought forth the asymmetric attacks. First was the overwhelming conventional strength of the United States and its.Philip Bobbitt's sweeping analysis of the relationship between 21st-century states and terrorism could not be more timely.
His arguments are radical, but they will not appeal to many Europeans.