The world is becoming more transnational, and in many ways. This is a book about men, gender relations, and transnationalism-more accurately transnationalizations. Transnational processes, transnationalizations, take many and various forms, with major substantive policy and theoretical implications for gender relations. In this approach, men and gender relations can no longer be understood only locally or nationally-if that was ever the case. Thus, this collection on men considered transnationally, that is, as “transnational men”, recognizes both stable transnational patterns and transnational processes of ﬂux.