Losing Control: Global Security in the 21st Century
by Paul Rogers
Pluto Press, 2010
Paper: 978-0-7453-2937-6 | Cloth: 978-0-7453-2938-3
Library of Congress Classification UA10.5.R63 2010

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

When Losing Control was first published a decade ago it was years ahead of its time. Its argument was simple - the real causes of global insecurity were the widening socio-economic divide, global marginalisation and environmental limitations, especially climate change and conflict over energy resources.

Paul Rogers, one of the most original thinkers on international security, pointed to a world in which irregular warfare from the margins would prevent powerful states from maintaining their position. He even predicted accurately how the United States would respond to a catastrophic attack.

The new edition brings the whole analysis right up to date, arguing persuasively that the world’s elite cannot maintain control and that a far more emancipatory and sustainable approach to global security has to be developed.


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