ABSTRACT. By geopolitics or geopolitical competition, Klare means the contention between great powers and aspiring great powers for control over territory, resources, and important geographical positions. Hardt and Negri state that war has become a regime of biopower and a permanent social relation. Palmisano holds that the globally integrated enterprise fashions its strategy, management and operations to integrate production worldwide. Harvey argues that the circulation of capital is increasingly imprisoned within immobile physical and social infrastructures which are crafted to support certain kinds of production.



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