The Business of War: Workers, Warriors and Hostages in Occupied Iraq

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - History - 152 pages
The Business of War considers the myriad ways in which transnational labour migration intersects with the occupation of Iraq and examines the role of the USA in the Middle East. The book places the war on terror within the practices of neoliberalism, but also links this with migration issues and argues that it is all part of a larger 'business' of conflict.

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