Varieties of Sovereignty and Citizenship

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Index
Abrams case, 42
Abu Ghraib, 55, 77
accountability: citizenship, global, and, 10–11, 242; democratic, 134–137, 183–184; DREAM Act and, 140; Oxfam and, 239; private actors and, 288n23; rootedness and, 126, 134–137, 139, 146; World Bank and, 185; world government and, 150, 152
Accountability Charter, 239
Adams, John, 40, 41
Aderholt, Harry, 279n12
Adhamiyah, 90–91
Afghanistan, 53, 75–77, 81, 180, 186, 272n41, 302n24
Africa, 32, 58, 169, 170, 187, 301n10. See also specific countries
African Americans, 41, 48
Afroyim v. Rusk (1967), 101, 103, 107–108
Agamben, Giorgio, 309n35
aggression, 180–181
Ahmad, Eqbal, 78, 79
air power, 35–36
al-Awlaki, Anwar, 100, 106
al-Maliki, Houri, 91, 93
al-Qaeda (AQ), 81, 88, 89, 100, 172
al-Sadr, Muqtada, 89, 282n51
Aleinikoff, Alexander, 137
Alexander, Gregory, 290n36
Algeria, 46, 77, 80, 81, 85
Algerian War, 46, 47, 77, 78
Ali, Ayaan Hirsi, 181
Alien and Sedition acts, 40, 41, 98
alienation, 199, 201, 203, 308n22
alliances, 179, 294n12. See also specific alliances
Althusius, 155
American Bar Association, 55
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 41–42, 55
American Dream, 141, 142
American Indians, 215, 218, 221–222, 301n10
American Librarians’ Association, 55
American-ness, 121
American Prospect, 37, 282n51
Amnesty International, 238–240
AMS (Association of Muslim Scholars), 89
anarchy, 33, 273n64
Anbar province, 89
Anderson, Benedict, 214, 219, 220
Andreski, Stanislav, 43, 44
Annan, Kofi, 299n62
annexation example, 314n2
Antarctic lands, 162
anthropology, 10, 39, 61, 64–65, 67, 86, 221, 223, 224
anticolonialism, 21, 24–26, 29, 31, 63, 272n53, 273n63. See also Fanon, Frantz
Anti-Federalists, 150
anti-immigrant legislation, 98
antislavery movement, 273n63
antistatism, 29, 276n48
antiterrorism tools, 109
antiwar movements, 45
Apocalypse Now (movie), 67–68
Appadurai, Arjun, 19, 307n2
appeasement, 177–178, 304n36, 306n48
Appiah, Anthony, 223–224

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