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Navies and Foreign Policy (Routledge Revivals)

by Ken Booth

First published in 1977, this study offers a comprehensive, systematic and integrated survey of the important relationship between navies and the making and execution of foreign policy. Ken Booth explains the...


Ethics and Global Security: A cosmopolitan approach

by Anthony Burke, Katrina Lee-Koo & Matt McDonald

This book will be the first systematic examination of the role that ethics plays in international security in both theory and practice, and offers the reader a concrete ethics for global security.

Questions...


Klop: Britain's Most Ingenious Secret Agent

by Peter Day

Klop Ustinov was Britain's most ingenious secret agent, but he wasn't authorised to kill. Instead, he was authorised to tell tall tales, bemusing and beguiling his enemies into revealing their deepest, darkest...


The Art of Post-Dictatorship: Ethics and Aesthetics in Transitional Argentina

by Vikki Bell

Since the end of the last dictatorship in 1983, Argentina's visual artists and art-activists have been central to campaigns to demand the criminal prosecution of those initially granted amnesty and to a variety...


The Psychology of Terrorism

by John Horgan

This new edition of John Horgan's critically acclaimed book is fully revised and expanded.

The book presents a critical analysis of our existing knowledge and understanding of terrorist psychology. Despite the...


The Official History of the Joint Intelligence Committee: Volume I: From the Approach of the Second World War to the Suez Crisis

by Michael S. Goodman

Volume One of the Official History of the Joint Intelligence Committee draws upon a range of released and classified papers to produce the first, authoritative account of the way in which intelligence was used...


Legal Pluralism in Action: Dispute Resolution and the Kurdish Peace Committee

by Latif Tas

This book contributes to, and refocuses, public debates about the incorporation of plural approaches into the English legal system by examining a secular method of dispute resolution practised by the Kurdish...


Communicating with Intelligence: Writing and Briefing for National Security

by James S. Major

Aimed at students, faculty, and practitioners, the book is designed to provide all necessary information on how to prepare, write, and read intelligence publications. This book outlines the foundations of good...


Wasted Years, Wasted Lives Volume 1: The British Army in Northern Ireland 1975-77

by Ken Wharton

Over the past several years, Ken Wharton, himself a former soldier, has been prolific in his coverage of the Troubles, which spread their tentacles far from the streets, and fields of Northern Ireland. Over...


Terrorism: All That Matters

by Andrew Silke

Terrorism is surrounded by myths. One of the most enduring of these myths and half-truths is that terrorism never works. In the end, the state will prevail and the terrorists will either be dead or imprisoned...


Mastermind: The Many Faces of the 9/11 Architect, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed

by Richard Miniter

The bestselling author of Shadow War and Losing Bin Laden exposes the sinister Al Qaeda mastermind behind 9/11.

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the architect of the 9/11 attacks, has carried out many of the biggest...


Human Rights: An Introduction

by Darren O'Byrne

Human Rights: An Introduction is an important and particularly timely text that provides a comprehensive overview of human rights and related issues from a social science perspective.

First, this book does more...


The World of the John Birch Society: Conspiracy, Conservatism, and the Cold War

by D. Mulloy

The blueprint of the modern Tea Party, front and center in the John Birch Society's strongest years


Operation Shakespeare: The True Story of an Elite International Sting

by John Shiffman

On today’s high-tech battlefields, the most lethal weapons are not the big ones, but rather the ones that are small enough to be smuggled inside a pack of chewing gum. Microchips. Gyroscopes. Radar-cloaking...


Nihongi

by GW Aston

The Nihongi is the standard native history of Ancient Japan. This volume, now of classic status makes accessible to European scholars the extensive store of material for the study of mythology, folk-lore, early...


Pursuing Justice: Traditional and Contemporary Issues in Our Communities and the World

by Ralph A. Weisheit & Frank Morn

Pursuing Justice, Second Edition examines the issue of justice by considering the origins of the idea, formal systems of justice, current global issues of justice, and ways in which justice might be achieved...


The Politics of Destroying Surplus Small Arms: Inconspicuous Disarmament

by Aaron Karp

Although it receives much less attention than better known disarmament processes, the destruction of small arms is reshaping the military arsenals of the world. Out of roughly 200 modern military small arms...


Ethnicity and Religion: Intersections and Comparisons

by Joseph B. Ruane & Jennifer Todd

Religion has regained political prominence in the twenty first century and not least for the manner in which it intersects with ethnicity. Many ethnic conflicts have a strong religious dimension, and religion...


Understanding Deterrence

by Keith B. Payne

For decades, the rational actor model served as the preferred guide for U.S. deterrence policy. It has been a convenient and comforting guide because it requires little detailed knowledge of an opponent's unique...


Memory and Pluralism in the Baltic States

by Eva-Clarita Pettai

Memories, both in individual and collective form, still have a significant impact on how people relate to political processes in Europe today. While much has been written about top-down attempts by states and...