Re-Envisioning Peacekeeping: The United Nations and the Mobilization of Ideology

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Acknowledgments

There are several people whom I would like to thank for their contribution and support. Cynthia Weber, Diane Rubenstein, Aparajita Sagar, and Michael Weinstein have offered me constant encouragement and invaluable suggestions since I began this project at Purdue University. I owe my greatest intellectual debts to their generosity, lucidity, and friendship. I am indebted to Tim Luke for his careful readings of most of the chapters before they came to form a book and for his path-breaking writing, which indirectly influenced my critical perspective on international relations, political theory, and culture.

I would also like to thank David Campbell and Michael Shapiro, the editors of the Borderlines series, and Carrie Mullen, who supported the project from the beginning and provided sage advice throughout the review process. My gratitude also goes to James Der Derian, whose review of the manuscript helped make the book theoretically and empirically stronger, and to Siba Grovogui and Rob Walker, who provided critical comments on individual chapters. An earlier, shorter version of chapter 2 appeared in Alternatives: Social Transformation and Humane Governance 24, no. 2 (1999). This book is dedicated to my wife and colleague, Clair Apodaca, for her loving support and cheerful intellectual inspiration over the years.

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