The new imperial order : indigenous responses to globalization
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Stewart-Harawira, Makere, 1945-
"Developed during a time of dramatic global upheavals and transformations, The New Imperial Order is concerned with the political economy of world order and the ontologies of being upon which the emergent global order is predicated. Positioned from a Maori perspective and contextualized within the international political and juridical framework, this book examines the political and juridical ontologies that shaped the development of international law and the world order of nation states. In engaging with these issues across macro and micro levels, the book identifies the nation state and new forms of regionalism as sites for the reshaping of the global politico/economic order and the re-emergence of Empire. Stewart-Harawira also tracks the role of education and the reconstruction of sovereign indigenous nations into dependent populations in the development of world order, and the profound impact of indigenous peoples' proactive global and local responses in the reshaping of international law."--Jacket.
xiv, 269 pages ; 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
London ; New York : New York : Wellington, N.Z. :
Zed Books ;
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