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Stuart Schrader

Stuart Schrader is a Lecturer and Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches courses in Africana Studies, International Studies, and Sociology. He is author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing (2019).

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A new book reveals how deeply the Washington-backed Indonesian mass killings of 1965 reshaped global politics, securing a decisive victory for U.S. interests against Third World self-determination.

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During the Cold War, the “police apparatus” was held up as a prime example of Soviet repression. Yet in its efforts to fight subversives, the United States ended up with its own carceral state. 

Stuart Schrader

A new book reveals the extent of the "Greater United States," but territory is not as important as it used to be. Instead, imperialism endures today in the logic of capitalism.

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