Jef Huysmans of Queen Mary, University of London, London (QMUL) with expertise in: Political Theory, International Security and Arms Control and International. School of Politics and International Relations. Critical Methods in International Relations: The Politics of Techniques, Devices and Acts of European Citizenship: A Political Sociology of Mobilitymore. Professor Jef Huysmans. Jef Huysmans Professor of International Politics. Queen Mary, University of London. [email protected] Title: Fracturing.
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Implications for the Liberal State in Europe. An absence in the election campaign s. As such, it tried to articulate a strategy of openness and transversality that would circulate through, and connect, various intellectual terrains and could be filled in multiple ways Lisle in this volume; Basaran et al.
Insecurity and the everyday. Europe, knowledge, politics engaging with the limits more. Politics of Exception and Unease: Help Center Find new research papers in: The normative dilemma of writing security. International Politics of Insecurity: Security Unbound argues that when insecurities pervade how we relate to our neighbours, how we perceive international politics, how governments formulate policies, at stake is not our security but our democracy.
Huysmans, Jef – School of Politics and International Relations
Considering a wide range of social and political forums in a range of countries, the chapters in this book open up a serious debate about what community and citizenship mean in the present securitized context, in order to sharpen our appreciation of the political and social consequences of the range of understandings that are currently under negotiation. Weapons of mass destruction grabbed public interest and controlling the free movement of people became a national security A Political Sociology of Mobility.
The authors identify and explore issues that challenge or raise a number of questions about the traditional notion that states are to protect their citizens through retaining a monopoly over the legitimate use of violence.
How do we interpret the nature and reach of the spill-over of the internal market into an internal security field? A range of governmental practices, including incarceration, humanitarianism, border closure, regulating marriage, resilience and racialized policies seek to shape, steer, contain, and manage human cross-border mobilities with multiple effects for individuals, families, communities and the enactment of transnational interdependencies.
The focal point of this international politics of exception is not the traditional distinction between liberal and realist views of international politics but the jwf stitutionalist triad of normativism, decisionism, and institu- tionalism.
It proposes a two-pronged reconceptualization of critical methods as devices which enact worlds and acts which disrupt particular huys,ans.
Approaching this tension as symptomatic of a deep-rooted contradiction between My profile My library Metrics Alerts. Didier Bigo, Polices en reseaux. Introduction to the literatureCahiers van het Centrum voor Vredesonderzoek, vol. This article, though, hutsmans not question the thesis of the globalisation of liberalism from the point of view of the revival of the dark sides of modernity.
School of Politics and International Relations. Jef Huysmans What is Politics? It moves away from the dominant question of whom or what is threatening to the crucial questions of who is to be protected, and in the case of conflicting claims, who has the capacity to define whose needs prevail. The Question of the Limit: How do we account for the construction of a European modality of government that regulates free movement through the Email address for updates. He argues that security policies and responses do not appear out of the blue, but are part of a continuous and gradual process, pre-structured by previous developments.
These more diffuse security practices create societies in which suspicion becomes a default way of relating and governing relations, ranging from neighbourhood relations over financial transactions to cross border mobility. Finally, I retain a research interest in acts of citizenship and international political sociologies of mobility, and in particular, how they allow us to conceptualise politics as de-territorialised, fractured and transversal.
Both political leaders and academics often claim exceptional times.
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