"Data has become a social and political issue because of its capacity to reconfigure relationships between states, subjects, and citizens. This book explores how data has acquired such an important capacity and examines how critical interventions in its uses in both theory and practice are possible"-
Between Power and Irrelevance explores why the gap between transnational NGOs' rhetoric and reality exists and what TNGOs can do to close it. The book argues that TNGOs need to change the fundamental conditions under which they operate by bringing their own "forms and norms" into better alignment with their ambitions and strategies.
In The Drone Age, Michael J. Boyle examines how the spread of drones worldwide will change the patterns of war and peace in the decades ahead. He argues that drones are subtly altering the decision-making and risk calculus of its users and producing new ways in which states and non-state actors alike can compete for power and influence.
Kamal (Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Irvine) Sadiq & John Echeverri (Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Department of Politics, University of Virginia) Gent
Marie (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) Soederberg & Carin (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) Holroyd & Ken (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) Coates & Kimie (University of Waterloo, Canada) Hara
Leigh K. (Professor of Political Theory, Professor of Political Theory, London School of Economics and Politic Science) Jenco & Murad (Assistant Professor of Political Theory, Assistant Professor of Political Theory, University of Virginia University of Virginia) Idris & Megan C. (Associate Professor of Politics, Associate Professor of Politics, University of California, Santa Cruz) Thomas