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Sep 13, 2002
| ISBN 9781584350163
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Sep 13, 2002 | ISBN 9781584350163
In The Empire of Disorder, Alain Joxe offers the first truly comprehensive analysis of the new world disorder of the twenty-first century. The contemporary world, claims Joxe, is dominated by the American empire but not ordered by it. This “leadership through chaos,” based on maintaining a “creeping peace,” is at the root of the present organization of violence and barbary on a global scale. At the same time, national governments—including that of the United States—are declining in influence as the imperial system fosters transnational mafias, corporations, and markets.
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