Police Power, all the way to heaven – Mark Neocleous on No-Fly Zones

Mark Neocleous on police power and no-fly zones.

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Mark Neocleous has recently written a fascinating piece on police power and no-fly zones at Radical Philosophy, which draws on wider questions on territorial verticality and property rights, colonial and international policing in the twenties and thirties and into the Second World War, and the proliferation of temporary no-fly zones, almost anywhere. Presumably the article deals with some of the themes explored in his forthcoming book discussed on progressive geographies recently.

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Associate Professor of Sociology, Environmental Studies, and Science and Technology Studies at Penn State, Nicholas mainly writes about understanding the scientific study of states and, thus, it is namely about state theory. Given his training in sociology and STS, he takes a decidedly STS-oriented approach to state theory and issues of governance.

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