This book aims to provide us with a better understanding of the hybrid regimes of security practices that characterise the arenas of transnational security governance in the postcolony. It does this with regards to a somewhat unusual – yet all the more relevant and crucial – intervening actor: MNCs. The hybrid ordering practices around the sites of MNCs in Africa and elsewhere are closely related to profound political reordering processes that are taking place in our contemporary world. This reordering is para - digmatically visible in Africa, and especially in business spaces connected to the global economy.