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Security, mobility, liberals, and Christians

places could be connected and in which ways, on the technologies involved in making digital pocket navigation applications possible, and the politics, economics, and socialities at play in allowing such instruments and technologies to be available to the everyday person. Had that not made him dizzy already, he could have gone deeper, reflecting on how his particular way of life, that of a liberal

in Security/ Mobility
Data becoming risk information

. Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin (Dodge and Kitchin 2005 ; Kitchin and Dodge 2011 ), alternately, trace the ways in which digital codes instantiate themselves ubiquitously across the everyday life of organisations and, indeed, whole cities. These data-based processes, as Daniel Neyland ( 2015 ) argues, speak of a broader trend by which technologies based on algorithmic rules

in Security/ Mobility
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Language games in the Kosovo war

our language games that is essential to the creation of a legitimate political order. In this process, an appreciation of the ‘art of memory’ is being formed which attempts to arrange images into memorable – or repeatable – order(s). In this way, a certain sense of memory establishes a connection between the practical level of everyday life and behaviour and the ‘spellbound’ stratum of imaginary

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
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Security/ Mobility and politics of movement

., Surveillance and Security. Technological Politics and Power in Everyday Life , New York/London: Routledge. Adey, P., 2006b. ‘If Mobility is Everything Then it is Nothing: Towards a Relational Politics of (Im)mobilities’, Mobilities 1(1): 75–94. Adey, P., 2008. ‘Airports, Mobility and the Calculative Architecture of Affective Control’, Geoforum 39(1): 438–51. Adey, P., 2010. Mobility , Milton Park/New York

in Security/ Mobility
Problematising the normative connection

everyday language. 15 Apart from the absence of consensual definition and conceptualisation, there is also the added difficulty posed by the expression ‘normative research/theory’. This difficulty does not necessarily arise from the definition or meaning of norm and normative. Normative theory seems to refer to three distinct types of intellectual activity, which are not, however, always or entirely

in The United Nations, intra-state peacekeeping and normative change
Between humanitarianism and pragmatism

and of the southern Christians as well. Harshness and violence are an everyday occasion and it is used by all against all. Human life may cost little to the Ottomans but this also applies to the [Balkan] Christian peoples, who are at a low level of cultural development. Even in the present insurgency the most popular are those leaders who never give in, such as Peiko Pavlovits, who collected as his trophies human heads

in Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century
Israeli security experience as an international brand

. ‘Communicating the Terrorist Risk: Harnessing a Culture of Fear?’, Crime, Media, Culture 2(2): 123–42. Neocleous, M., 2007. ‘Security, Commodity, Fetishism’, Critique 35(3): 339–55. Ochs, J., 2011. Security and Suspicion: An Ethnography of Everyday Life in Israel , Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pine, B. J. and J. H. Gilmore

in Security/ Mobility
A discourse view on the European Community and the abolition of border controls in the second half of the 1980s

EC/EU being relevant in the daily life of citizens. The interlinkage of these discourses enables discussion of the removal of border controls as a viable option. The third part focuses on the meaning-making practices concerning the border between the member states. The border is conceptualised as a barrier, although in different ways. According to economic reasoning, borders prevent optimum exchange and wealth

in Security/ Mobility

the principles of liberal democracy (think about the ‘corrupt’ and often criticised and ridiculed case of the ‘Third Way’ of Sweden 22 ). As in many other cultures, in the US there is a widely felt need for something that would give meaning to life and world history. Because of its artificial nature and abstract individuality, this need may, indeed, be particularly strong in the

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
Democratisation, nationalism and security in former Yugoslavia

Republic of Yugoslavia, to be decided by the Security Council of the United Nations. The interim administration to provide transitional administration while establishing and overseeing the development of provisional democratic self-governing institutions to ensure conditions for a peaceful and normal life for all inhabitants in Kosovo. It would

in The Kosovo crisis and the evolution of post-Cold War European security