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Imogen Richards

political-economic governance. Like its management of financial assets, IS’s administration of finance reflects the behaviours of US-associated entities in the Middle East, and neoliberal economic circumstances in the wider international financial system. Extending the previous sections’ exploration of IS finance and the importance of territory for IS, in this section I elaborate on how IS’s administration of finance exemplifies its state-like geo-economic ambitions. In particular, these practices might be interpreted as signifying the organisation’s reliance upon

in Neoliberalism and neo-jihadism
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Security sector reform in transforming societies
Timothy Edmunds

the fighting stops, and their legacies run deeply in the societies affected by them. Mark Duffield and other scholars have argued that the experience of conflict is less about social breakdown and more about the emergence of alternative – generally non-state based – patterns of political and economic governance. 15 In this context, the binary division between ‘war’ and ‘peace’ that the transition

in Security sector reform in transforming societies
European Union policy in South-east Europe
Anthony Welch

Ngaire Woods, The Shifting Politics of Foreign Aid (Oxford: Global Economic Governance Programme, 2005), p. 14. 40 H. Krieger, Migration , (Brussels: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2004), pp. 3–8. 41

in The security dimensions of EU enlargement