International relations and states of exception : margins, peripheries, and excluded bodies / edited by Shampa Biswas and Sheila Nair. - London ; New York : Routledge, 2010. - viii, 262 p.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 230-257) and index.

Introduction: International Relations and "states of exception" / Shampa Biswas, Sheila Nair -- 1. Uncivil zones : terror and territoriality in the geopolitical shadowlands / Suvendrini Perera -- 2. Geopolitical articulations : global terrorism, southern Thailand / Carlo Bonura -- 3. Dystopic geographies of empire / Prem Kumar Rajaram -- 4. Sovereignty, security, and migrants : making bare life / Sheila Nair -- 5. Imperceptible naked lives : constructing a theoretical space to account for non-statist subjectivities / Tangseefa Decha -- 6. Marginal life : the production of the Undocumented and (il)legality at the U.S.-Mexican border / Marie Woodling -- 7. Biopower as a supplement to sovereign power : prison camps, war, and the production of excluded bodies / Halit Mustafa Tagma -- 8. Necro-(neo) colonizations and economies of blackness : of slaughters, "accidents," "disasters" and captive flesh / Anna M. Agathangelou -- 9. Ec(h)o-tourism and the whisper of the state : the "greening" of indigenous politics / Elizabeth Shannon Wheatley.

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International relations.
Sovereignty.
Non-state actors (International relations)
Refugee camps.
Political prisoners.

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