Cowens the deadly life of logistics mapping violence in global trade is a welcome contribution clearly showing how something as purely technical as logistics has turned into a phenomenon shaping politics in several different relams and will surely be a good read for those interested in political geography critical geopolitics labor . The deadly life of logistics book description in a world in which global trade is at risk where warehouses and airports shipping lanes and seaports try to guard against the likes of al qaeda and somali pirates and natural disaster can disrupt the flow of goods even our stuff has a political life. The deadly life of logistics has 25 ratings and 2 reviews in a world in which global trade is at risk where warehouses and airports shipping lanes and. Shrimali r 2016 the deadly life of logistics mapping violence in the global trade by deborah cowen university of minnesota press minneapolis 2014 328 pp paper us2500 isbn 978 0816680887 . In these ways the deadly life of logistics is both an important contribution to understandings of globalization security and economy and an opening to further inquiry on the political and economic geographies of the material movement of goods
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