Worlds in collision: Terror and the future of global order

Worlds in collision: Terror and the future of global order. Edited by Ken Booth and Tim Dunne London, England, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

Title Worlds in collision: Terror and the future of global order
Place of Publication London, England, U.K.
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Publication year 2002
Sub-type Edited book
ISBN 0333998049
Language eng
Editor Ken Booth
Tim Dunne
Start page v
End page 379
Total number of pages 386
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Bringing together an outstanding group of thinkers,Worlds in Collision is the essential book for understanding the debate about the future of global order in the wake of international terrorism and the war in Afghanistan. When the victim of such horrific terror attacks happens to be the world's only superpower, the agenda is set for the future global order. This book will help readers understand the ways in which our worlds collided on September 11, 2001. Not only does it comprehensively address the first phase of the war against international terrorism, the book also looks at the wider regional and global ramifications. Worlds in Collision is ultimately about more than the war on terrorism, it concerns itself with the possibilities for re-shaping global order on the basis of new kinds of politics.

© 2008 Macmillan
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