Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies
This article applies the Innisian concept of media bias to contemporary U.S. foreign policy developments. The author argues that the common sense informing an emerging neo-imperialism has been profoundly influenced by Washington’s general neglect of time. Among others, consumption is assessed as a medium shaping such biases as well as contradictory policies related to the globalization project.
Citation of this paper:
Comor, Edward. "Neo-Imperialism and the Crisis of Time." Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 10 (2003), 1-21.