Shadows of war. Violence, power, and international profiteering in the twenty-first century.
University of California Press.
Berkeley, 2004, Xlll, 293 pp, ill, softcover.
California Series in Public Anthropology, 10. In this provocative and compelling examination of the deep politics of war, Carolyn Nordstrom takes us from the immediacy of war-zone survival, through the offices of power brokers, to vast extra-legal networks that fuel war and international profiteering. She captures the human face of the front lines, revealing both the visible and the hidden realities of war in the twenty-first century.