Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Struggle over Freedom and Security
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Henry Farrell., Henry Farrell|AUTHOR., & Abraham L. Newman|AUTHOR. (2019). Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Struggle over Freedom and Security . Princeton University Press.

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Henry Farrell, Henry Farrell|AUTHOR and Abraham L. Newman|AUTHOR. 2019. Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Struggle Over Freedom and Security. Princeton University Press.

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Henry Farrell, Henry Farrell|AUTHOR and Abraham L. Newman|AUTHOR. Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Struggle Over Freedom and Security Princeton University Press, 2019.

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Henry Farrell, Henry Farrell|AUTHOR, and Abraham L. Newman|AUTHOR. Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Struggle Over Freedom and Security Princeton University Press, 2019.

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    [synopsis] => "Winner of the ICOMM Best Book Award, International Communication Section of the International Studies Association" "One of Foreign Affairs Best Books of 2019" "A Daniel Drezner Best Political Economy Book of the Year" "A Just Security Holiday Reading Book of the Year" Henry Farrell is professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University. He is the author of The Political Economy of Trust. Farrell lives in Bethesda, Maryland. Twitter @henryfarrell. Abraham L. Newman is professor of government in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. His books include Voluntary Disruptions and Protectors of Privacy. Newman lives in Washington, DC. Twitter @ANewman_forward 
	How disputes over privacy and security have shaped the relationship between the European Union and the United States and what this means for the future

We live in an interconnected world, where security problems like terrorism are spilling across borders, and globalized data networks and e-commerce platforms are reshaping the world economy. This means that states' jurisdictions and rule systems clash. How have they negotiated their differences over freedom and security? Of Privacy and Power investigates how the European Union and United States, the two major regulatory systems in world politics, have regulated privacy and security, and how their agreements and disputes have reshaped the transatlantic relationship.

The transatlantic struggle over freedom and security has usually been depicted as a clash between a peace-loving European Union and a belligerent United States. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman demonstrate how this misses the point. The real dispute was between two transnational coalitions-one favoring security, the other liberty-whose struggles have reshaped the politics of surveillance, e-commerce, and privacy rights. Looking at three large security debates in the period since 9/11, involving Passenger Name Record data, the SWIFT financial messaging controversy, and Edward Snowden's revelations, the authors examine how the powers of border-spanning coalitions have waxed and waned. Globalization has enabled new strategies of action, which security agencies, interior ministries, privacy NGOs, bureaucrats, and other actors exploit as circumstances dictate.

The first serious study of how the politics of surveillance has been transformed, Of Privacy and Power offers a fresh view of the role of information and power in a world of economic interdependence. "Talk about having a year. Most political economy scholars would be happy to have one standout publication in a year. Farrell and Newman produced two distinct pieces of scholarship, both of which deal with the less anticipated ramifications of deepening economic interdependence. Of Privacy and Power explains how the United States was able to get the European Union to adopt some (but not all) of its post-9/11 security measures on issues ranging from airline passenger data to finance. Interdependence empowered newer, nontraditional actors, creating new cross-national bargains."---Daniel Drezner, Washington Post "An important contribution to political science, expanding on their concept of 'weaponized interdependence,' namely how the U.S. (and sometimes other political actors) uses access to international networks, such as SWIFT, to push other nations around."---Tyler Cowen, Marginal Revolution "American debates about privacy and security tend to be framed in terms of purely domestic interests: This book details how those conflicts are critically shaped by international relations, and how the US and EU facets of that fight can't be understood in isolation."---Julian Sanchez, Just Security "Showcasing a 'new interdependence' framework, Of Privacy and Power analyzes how overlaps in the rules governing global information flows create power asymmetries that destabilize domestic policy bargains. The result is an understanding of the world w
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