January 26 Lecture

Beyond Sovereignty: Issues for a Global Agenda

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January 26 Lecture Terrorism and Globalization: - Globalization of terrorism has facilitated and increased power for states - Limitations to civil liberties – Patriotic Act - Increased extra-legal and extra-sovereign powers of states - Revitalized power of some states’ militaries – Russia, India, USA Is Terrorism the Biggest Threat? - Developing countries face greater threat from AIDS and other diseases - Developing countries face greater threat from gang and other routine violence - Realignment of economic priorities and internal floes in some countries Combating Terrorism: - State Responses: o International cooperation o Re-regulation – who should pay the cost of security? (point of origin or arrival?) o Diplomatic pressure or surgical warfare against states – does this cripple networks? o Deterrence – buyout terrorists, subvert network, violate human rights o Decapitate network – hydra? Whose head?
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