Producing Security: Multinational Corporations, Globalization, and the Changing Calculus of Conflict (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics)

[Stephen G. Brooks] ✓ Producing Security: Multinational Corporations, Globalization, and the Changing Calculus of Conflict (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics) Ì Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Producing Security: Multinational Corporations, Globalization, and the Changing Calculus of Conflict (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics) An interesting outlook on interdependency and the changing incentives for war Brooks formulates his arguments clearly by using all kinds of examples. These examples however, are not always tied to one another or do not always corroborate his other arguments.This book fits within the wider debate of Liberal Peace and during the review of this book I discovered newer works take this idea of globalized production into account, as well as other factors. The book deserves it]

Producing Security: Multinational Corporations, Globalization, and the Changing Calculus of Conflict (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics)

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Rating : 4.18 (735 Votes)
Asin : 0691130310
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-04-14
Language : English

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An interesting outlook on interdependency and the changing incentives for war Brooks formulates his arguments clearly by using all kinds of examples. These examples however, are not always tied to one another or do not always corroborate his other arguments.This book fits within the wider debate of Liberal Peace and during the review of this book I discovered newer works take this idea of globalized production into account, as well as other factors. The book deserves it

Scholars and statesmen have debated the influence of international commerce on war and peace for thousands of years. It has a differential effect on security relations, in part because it does not encompass all countries and industries to the same extent. Trade is no longer the primary means of organizing international economic transactions; rather, where and how multinational corporations (MNCs) organize their international production activities is now the key integrating force of global commerce.MNC strategies have changed in a variety of fundamental ways over the past three decades, Brooks argues, resulting in an increased geographic dispersion of production across borders. The author shows

Brooks's careful craftsmanship is evident from start to finish. Brooks's careful craftsmanship is evident from start to finish. Pollins, Perspectives on Politics"A path-breaking book. It merits real praise for attempting to bridge the often all-too-wide gap between international political economy and security studies."--Tanisha M. "An original and important work that all researchers concerned with the security implications of economic trends will want to read. Brooks is to be congratulated for being willing to engage with the realities of the contemporary global econ