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The Security imaginary: Explaining military isomorphism
This article proposes the notion of a security imaginary as a heuristic tool for exploring military isomorphism (the phenomenon that weapons and military strategies begin to look the same across the world) at a time ...
Redefining defence in the post-apartheid security imaginary: The politics of meaning-fixing
(University of the Free State, 2008)
This article traces the politics of meaning-fixing with respect to the role of the defence force as apartheid declined from the mid-1980s, as it was negotiated from a current to a past organising principle of the “security ...