Routledge research in terrorism and the law.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -251) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction : homeland security, the US polity, and social dynamics 2. Politics, the state and law : a strategic-relational approach 3. 11 September 2001 : a social, political and legal charting 4. Heralding a new politics : the war on terror discourse 5. A blueprint of power : legislating counterterrorism 6. Counterterrorism legislation and the law-form 7. The act and the state : implementation, friction, resistance 8. Department of homeland security and police restructuring 9. Total intelligence, intelligence-led policing, 'totalitarian' state? 10. The political significance of intelligence : government by experts 11. Citizen corps : homeland security citizenship 12. Resistance to homeland security 13. Repression 14. Homeland security : capital in full armour.