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The New Politics of Transnational Labor Why Some Alliances SucceedUlnerabilities in global value chains invoke national and international institutions and mobilize networks of stakeholders in ways that threaten employers core material interestsBrookes uses The New Epubsix comparative case studies spanning four industries five countries and fifteen years From dockside labor disputes in Britain and Australia to service sector campaigns in the supermarket New Politics of Transnational Labor PDFEPUB or and private security industries to campaigns aimed at luxury hotels in Southea.