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Transnational Terror
Transnational terror

When we begin to consider the ideologies of corporate capital and the world market, it certainly appears that the postmodernist and postcolonialist theorists who advocate a politics of difference, fluidity and hybridity in order to challenge the binaries and essentialism of modern sovereignty have been outflanked by the strategies of power. Power has evacuated the bastion they are attacking and has circled around the rear to join them in the assault in the name of difference. … There is no need to doubt the democratic, egalitarian and even at times anticapitalist desires that motivate large segments of these fields of work but it is important to investigate the utility of these theories in the context of the new paradigm of power. (Hardt ...

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