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1. How did we get here? 2. Underbelly of the global 3. Winning the Cold War - The power of organised crime in the global economy 4. Drugs, territory and transnational networks 5. Nuclear holocaust or drive-by shooting? Arms in the new world economy 6. Circulating bodies in the global marketplace 7. Conclusion: Violent endings and new beginnings Bibliography Index

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Gargi Bhattacharyya is lecturer in Cultural Politics and Religion at the University of Birmingham. She is the author of Race and Power: Global Racisms in the Twenty-first Century with John Gabriel and Stephen Small (Routledge, 2001) Sex and Society (Routledge, 2002), and Tales of Dark-Skinned Women (UCL, 1998).

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I have no hesitation in saying it promises to be an excellent and much needed book and recommend[...] that you accept it. I would certainly use it as recommended reading on my undergraduate course on human rights and globalization -- Professor O'Connell Davidson, Nottingham University

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