'In this important and provocative book, packed with deep insights, Chandler illustrates how global problems are turned into problems of human subjectivity.'
Jonathan Joseph, University of Sheffield
'Incisive and thought provoking, it captures for the first time the shape of an essential debate about human agency, the state, and the international during the current crisis of liberalism.'
Oliver Richmond, University of Manchester
'This book will be vital reading for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the primary importance attached to the human subject in contemporary "post-liberal" globalization.'
Nicholas Kiersey, Ohio University
'This critical thought-provoking work merits much attention and discussion.'
Eric Selbin, Southwestern University