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The legitimacy of emerging European states rested in great part on their capacity to manage violence by demarcating the boundaries of legitimate/illegitimate violence, and their ability to provide subjects/citizens with security, internal and external. But the erosion of states is accompanied by the reshuffling of identity hierarchies. Multiple Identities and Loyalties Al Qaeda as an institution and the self-conscious status of Islamists in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere after 11 September reflected emphatically the growing importance of identity politics in general and the growing role of multiple identities.
Copyright © 2004 Frank Cass & Co. Ltd 5. ), Pondering Postinternationalism: A Paradigm for the Twenty-First Century? 155–67. 6. Krasner, Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press 1999). 7. Rosenau, ‘Global Changes and Theoretical Challenges: Toward a Postinternational Politics for the 1990s’, in Ernst-Otto Czempiel and Rosenau (eds), Global Changes and Theoretical Challenges: Approaches to World Politics for the 1990s (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books 1989) p. 3.
With statements from his administration apparently oscillating between uni- and multi-lateralism, the contradictions have recently been interpreted as confusion on the part of the United States, but it is also an open question whether it is the United States, or its allies or critics, who are the more confused. A good prism for addressing such questions is provided by the spate of US foreign policy initiatives and entanglements in the eight months after September 2001. The already huge US defence budget received a 14 per cent increase.