Transnational Learning Networks Amongst Asian Muslims: An Introduction
Modern Asian Studies
GB : Cambridge University Press
331 - 339 p.
The students of transnational flows, including James Rosenau, have pertinently highlighted the growing assertion of ‘sovereign free actors’ at the expense of ‘sovereign bound actors’ in what they call postinternational politics. Dealing mostly with the end of the Cold War era, they have tended to focus on the increasingly important role of not only the multinational firms but also of the financial companies on newly globalized markets, and not only law-abiding but also illicit traffickers (of drugs, arms etc.) which have prospered along with increasingly more effective means of communication...