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The American Bar Association Legal Guide for Military Families: Everything You Need to Know about Family Law, Estate Planning, and the Servicemembers

by American Bar Association

The one and only legal guide for servicemembers and their families.

The American Bar Association Legal Guide for Military Families is the complete resource for servicemembers, veterans, and their families. This...


Exploring European Social Policy

by Robert R. Geyer

With the growing challenges of economic globalization and national welfare state retrenchment, the development and future of EU social policy has become increasingly important. This exciting new textbook provides...


Development and International Relations: A Critical Introduction

by Anna Dickson

This introductory textbook examines the role of the Third World and the processes of development from the study of international politics and argues that in an increasingly globalized world development can no...


Twenty Observations on a World in Turmoil

by Ulrich Beck

Translated by Ciaran Cronin.

 

The world is a state of turmoil. From the financial crisis to the chaos in the eurozone, from the Arab uprisings to protests in Athens, Barcelona, New York and elsewhere, many of...


Politics in Deeply Divided Societies

by Adrian Guelke

The establishment of durable, democratic institutions constitutes one of the major challenges of our age. As countless contemporary examples have shown, it requires far more than simply the holding of free elections....


Peace Processes: A Sociological Approach

by John D. Brewer

Peace processes are mostly very fragile. This engagingly written book takes a bold new approach to the topic by beginning from the premise that sociology can identify those factors that help to stabilize them....


Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict

by Janie L. Leatherman

Every year, hundreds of thousands of women become victims of sexual violence in conflict zones around the world; in the Democratic Republic of Congo alone, approximately 1,100 rapes are reported each month....


Terrorism: A History

by Randall Law

Terrorism is one of the forces defining our age, but it has also been around since some of the earliest civilizations. This one-of-a-kind study of the history of terrorism — from ancient Assyria to the post-9/11...


Human Security

by Mary Kaldor

There is a real security gap in the world today. Millions of people in regions like the Middle East or East and Central Africa or Central Asia where new wars are taking place live in daily fear of violence....


Morgenthau

by William E. Scheuerman

The ideas of Hans Morgenthau dominated the study of international politics in the United States for many decades. He was the leading representative of Realist international relations theory in the last century...


State Power

by Bob Jessop

Bob Jessop presents an up-to-date account of his distinctive approach to the dialectics of structure and strategy in the exercise of state power. While his earlier work critically surveys other state theories,...


International Ethics: A Critical Introduction

by Richard Shapcott

Is it is justifiable to make any basic moral distinction between 'insiders and outsiders'? Do we have substantive duties of 'justice' to all human beings or merely Humanitarian duties of aid and assistance?...


The Identity of Nations

by Montserrat Guibernau

What is national identity? What are the main challenges posed to national identity by the strengthening of regional identities and the growth of cultural diversity? How is right-wing nationalism connected to...


The Hidden Wealth of Nations

by David Halpern

Richer nations are happier, yet economic growth doesn't increase happiness. This paradox is explained by the Hidden Wealth of Nations - the extent to which citizens get along with other independently drives...


The Causes of War

by David Sobek

Wars often spring out of nowhere with little warning. One need only look at the recent troubles at the Lebanon-Israeli border for evidence of this claim. At other points in history, such as the run-up to the...


The Historical Muhammad

by Irving M. Zeitlin

In his quest for the historical Muhammad, Zeitlin's chief aim is to catch glimpses of the birth of Islam and the role played by its extraordinary founder. Islam, as its Prophet came to conceive it, was a strict...


The International Arms Trade

by Rachel Stohl & Suzette Grillot

The multi-billion dollar business of the international conventional arms trade involves virtually every country in the world. Around the globe, people's lives are being irrevocably changed by the effects of...


Global Human Rights Institutions

by Gerd Oberleitner

The range of global human rights institutions which have been created over the past half century is a remarkable achievement. Yet, their establishment and proliferation raises important questions. Why do states...


Gorbachev's Gamble: Soviet Foreign Policy and the End of the Cold War

by Andrei Grachev

The sudden ending of the Cold War, surely the dominant feature of the second half of the 20th century, continues to be one of the most unexpected and perplexing events of our time. Explanations provided by the...


Capitalism and Modernity: The Great Debate

by Jack Goody

This important new book investigates how the West attained its current position of economic and social advantage. In an incisive historical analysis, Jack Goody examines when and why Europe (and Anglo-America)...