ABSTRACT. Harvey says that the fundamental point is to see the territorial and the capitalist logic of power as distinct from each other. Barber emphasizes that neither Jihad, nor McWorld promises a remotely democratic future. Hardt and Negri write that empire establishes no territorial center of power and does not rely on fixed boundaries or barriers. Mallaby affirms that the logic of neoimperialism is too compelling to resist. Harvey thinks that the Cold War provided the US with a glorious opportunity.



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