Regulating Statehood State Building and the Transformation of the Global Order

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-09-15
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Shahar Hameiri argues that state building interventions are creating a new form of transnationally regulated statehood. Using case-studies from the Asia-Pacific, he analyzes the politics of state building and the implications for contemporary statehood and the global order.

Author Biography

SHAHAR HAMEIRI is Lecturer in International Politics and Fellow of the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Australia. His research has focused on state building and new modes of governance in the Asia-Pacific. His work has been published in journals including Millennium, The Pacific Review and Third World Quarterly.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Regulatory State Building and the Transformation of Statehood
Beyond Methodological Nationalism, Towards a New Regulatory Framework
State Building, Risk Management and the Transformation of the State
State Building: The Emergence of a New Mode of Governance
Who Intervenes? State Transformation and the Meta-Governance of State Building
The Australian Federal Police and Australia's New Regional Frontier
The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands and the Politics of State Transformation
State Building, Patronage and the Anti-Pluralist Politics of Stability in Cambodia
Conclusion: Transformed Statehood and the Politics of Scale

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