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Cowen and Smith on Geoeconomics
From “After Geopolitics? From the Geopolitical Social to Geoeconomics,” pp25-40:
A geoeconomic conception of security underlines conflicts between the logics of territorial states and global economic flows, the proliferation of non-state and private actors entangled in security, and the recasting of citizenship and social forms.
… Whatever else it implies, geoeconomics has come to provide a new disciplining architecture replacing the geopolitical mechanisms of colonial administration.