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    The Political Economy of the Creeping Militarization of US Foreign Policy

    Coyne, Christopher. 2011. “The Political Economy of the Creeping Militarization of US Foreign Policy.” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy 17 (1): 1-25.

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    Topics: Development, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries, Militarization, Political Economies Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: 3D approach, US military, foreign policy, U.S. foreign policy, militarization

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    Women and Social Movements: Engendering Argentina’s Piquetero Movement

    Barker, Karina. 2007. "Women and Social Movements: Engendering Argentina’s Piquetero Movement." Undercurrent 4 (1): 57-65.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Gender, Women, Livelihoods, Political Economies, Political Participation Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Argentina

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    Gender, Generation and Poverty: Exploring the Feminisation of Poverty In Africa, Asia and Latin America

    Chant, Sylvia. 2007. Gender, Generation and Poverty: Exploring the Feminisation of Poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Chelteham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Poverty, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Households, Political Economies Regions: Africa, Americas, Asia

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    Beyond Exploitation and Integration: New Scholarship on Women in Latin America

    Flora, Cornelia Butler. 1998. “Beyond Exploitation and Integration: New Scholarship on Women in Latin America.” Latin American Research Review 33 (2): 245–57.

    Topics: Economies, Gender, Women, Political Economies Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries, Central America, North America, South America

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    The Transnationalization of Gender and Reimagining Andean Indigenous Development

    Radcliffe, Sarah A., Nina Laurie, and Robert Andolina. 2004. “The Transnationalization of Gender and Reimagining Andean Indigenous Development.” Signs 29 (2): 387–416.

    Topics: Development, Ethnicity, Gender, Women, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Globalization, Political Economies, Rights Regions: Americas, South America

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    Gendering Globalization in an Era of Transnational Capital: New Cross-Border Alliances and Strategies of Resistance in a Post-NAFTA Mexico

    Marchand, Marianne H. 2001. “Gendering Globalization in an Era of Transnational Capital: New Cross-Border Alliances and Strategies of Resistance in a Post-NAFTA Mexico.” Working Paper 103, Institute for History, International, and Social Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark.

    Topics: Economies, Gender, Globalization, Political Economies Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Mexico

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    The Great Equalizer?: Globalization Effects on Gender Equality in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Seguino, Stephanie. 2006. “The  Great Equalizer?: Globalization Effects on Gender Equality in Latin America and  the Caribbean.” In Globalization and the Myth of Free Trade, edited by Anwar Shaikh. London: Routledge.

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    Topics: Class, Economies, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Gender Equity, Globalization, Political Economies Regions: Americas Keywords: globalization, gender equality

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    Women’s Voices on the Executive Council: Popular Organizations and Resource Battles in Bolivia and Ecuador

    Dosh, P., N. Kligerman, and J. Lerager. 2010. “Women’s Voices on the Executive Council: Popular Organizations and Resource Battles in Bolivia and Ecuador.” Latin American Perspectives 37 (4): 214–37. doi:10.1177/0094582X10372514.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Economies, Extractive Industries, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Governance, Infrastructure, Energy, Water & Sanitation, NGOs, Political Economies, Political Participation, Privatization Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Bolivia, Ecuador Keywords: Bolivia, Ecuador, women, natural resources, social movements

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    Women’s Absence, Women’s Power: Indigenous Women and Negotiations with Mining Companies in Australia and Canada

    O’Faircheallaigh, Ciaran. 2013. “Women’s Absence, Women’s Power: Indigenous Women and Negotiations with Mining Companies in Australia and Canada.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (11): 1789–807. doi:10.1080/01419870.2012.655752.

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    Topics: Economies, Ethnicity, Extractive Industries, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Livelihoods, Multi-national Corporations, Political Economies, Rights, Land Rights Regions: Americas, North America, Oceania Countries: Australia, Canada Keywords: indigenous peoples, aboriginal, power, land rights, mining

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    A War of One’s Own: Understanding the Gender Gap in Support for War

    Brooks, Deborah Jordan, and Benjamin A. Valentino. 2011. “A War of One’s Own: Understanding the Gender Gap in Support for War.” The Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (2): 270–86.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Political Economies Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America

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