|Title||Border walls : Security and the war on terror in the United States, India and Israel|
|Imprint||London : Zed Books, 2012|
|Descript||210p. : maps ; 22 cm|
Introduction: fortress democracy. -- Borders, barriers, and the war on terror. -- Securing the 'homeland' in the United States. -- Border fencing and the global war on terror in India. -- 'Arafat is our bin Laden': territory and terrorism in Israel and Palestine. -- Building up, rippling out: enforcement practices at the US-Mexican border. -- The agents of exception in the Indian borderlands. -- The practices of insecurity: the barrier in the West Bank. -- The enduring significance of borders.
|Political Science Library||320.12 J78B||DUE 04-01-21|
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