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Volume: 1 Issue: 7
Marilyn Booth, PhD
University of Edinburgh
In the linked assemblage of essays that make up this study of the rise of a new kind of governance regime associated particularly with “hot spots” in the global semi-periphery, Paul Amar offers a series of case studies focusing on Brazil and Egypt to argue that “a grammar of humanitarian protection or securitized humanization” (p. 3) is increasingly the new discursive and material logic of state control and population management. Rather than seeing this as a strategy disseminated unil...
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