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The restructuring of work and production in the international political economy
Louise Amoore

: 2). The state and corporate actors Strange positions in relationships of ‘triangular diplomacy’ are presented as ‘managers’ of globalisation, resonant with Charlotte Hooper’s ‘frontier masculinity’ in which business solutions are sought for global dilemmas (Hooper, 2000: 67; see also Hooper, 2001). Diplomatic practices, espionage and the activities of statesmen have defined what Hooper terms ‘hegemonic masculinities’ that now merge with business discourses to create images such as that of James Bond and Henry Kissinger ‘sitting next to an Economist reading

in Globalisation contested