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Introduction: Affective States: Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions
Mateusz Laszczkowski and Madeleine Reeves

Chapter 1. Negotiating Uncertainty: Neo-liberal Statecraft in Contemporary Peru
Annabel Pinker and Penny Harvey

Chapter 2. The Fines and the Spies: Fears of State Surveillance in Eritrea and in the Diaspora
David Bozzini

Chapter 3. “Recognize the Spies”: Transparency and Political Power in Uzbek Cyberspace
Sarah Kendzior

Chapter 4. Moral Subjectivity and Affective Deficit in the Transitional State: On Claiming Land in South Africa
Christiaan Beyers

Chapter 5. ‘Father Mao’ and the Country-Family: Mixed Feelings for Fathers, Officials, and Leaders in China
Hans Steinmüller

Chapter 6. The Turn of the Offended: Clientelism in the Wake of El Salvador’s 2009 Elections
Ainhoa Montoya

Chapter 7. Living from the Nerves: Deportability, Indeterminacy, and the ‘Feel of Law’ in Migrant Moscow
Madeleine Reeves

Afterword: Political Timequakes
Mateusz Laszczkowski and Madeleine Reeves

Affective States

Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions

Edited by Mateusz Laszczkowski and Madeleine Reeves

158 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78533-717-8 Hb Published (December 2017)

eISBN 978-1-78533-719-2 eBook