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The Future of Genetically Modified Crops: Lessons from the Green Revolution

by Felicia Wu & William Butz

The world is now on the cusp of a new agricultural revolution, the so-called Gene Revolution, in which genetically modified (GM) crops are tailored to address chronic agricultural problems in certain regions...


Steeling the Mind: Combat Stress Reactions and Their Implications for Urban Warfare

by Todd C. Helmus & Russell W. Glenn

Combat stress casualties are not necessarily higher in city operations than operations on other types of terrain. Commanders and NCOs need to have the skills to treat and prevent stress casualties and understand...


The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism: A Joint Conference by the RAND Corporation and the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich

by Bruce Hoffman, William Rosenau & Andrew J. Curiel

Certain Diaspora communities, frustrated by a perceived war against the Muslim world, have turned against their adopted homelands, targeting the government and its people by supporting terrorist attacks against...


Urban Battle Fields of South Asia: Lessons Learned from Sri Lanka, India, and Pakistan

by C. Christine Fair

Military operations in urban areas are among the most complex challenges confronting the U.S. Army. Compared to a number of other nations, the Army has relatively less experience operating in this environment....


The Cat Who Came in From the Cold

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

In this sentimental, didactic fable, Masson imagines how the lone, nonsocial, domesticated animal came to share hearth and home. Billi, an Asian leopard cat, lives in a mango forest in ancient India. He enjoys...


Stein, Stung

by Hal Ackerman

Last time it was stolen weed and knockoff designer shampoo. This time it is the seemingly trivial occurrence of a few pilfered honeybee colonies that propel former hippie and merry prankster Harry Stein into...


Levant: Splendour and Catastrophe on the Mediterranean

by Philip Mansel

Levant is a book of cities. It describes three former centers of great wealth, pleasure, and freedom—Smyrna, Alexandria, and Beirut—cities of the Levant region along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean....


Milk: A Local and Global History

by Deborah Valenze

How did an animal product that spoils easily, carries disease, and causes digestive trouble for many of its consumers become a near-universal symbol of modern nutrition? In the first cultural history of milk,...


Ariadne in the Grotesque Labyrinth

by Salvador Espriu & Rowan Ricardo Phillips

Salvador Espriu's Ariadne in the Grotesque Labyrinth is a collection of thirty-four short stories in which the twists and turns of action, character, and place are as winding and sumptuous as the legendary maze...


Pop Poetics

by Andy Fitch

Pop artists often get praised or criticized for their use of commercial imagery, and yet their contributions-particularly to literature-are generally ignored in preference to a focus on precisely this sort of...


Blind Man's Bluff

by Aidan Higgins

A commonplace book of anecdotes and cartoons, Aidan Higgins's Blind Man's Bluff is a compendium of tart and comic insights into sight itself, as well as other varied indignities: personal, historical, and literary.Perversely,...


Farewell: A Mansion in Occupied Istanbul

by Ayse Kulin & Kenneth J. Dakan

A sweeping story of the final collapse of the Ottoman Empire over the course of the First World War, Farewell is a novel of great warmth, suffused with tragedy.Focusing on the experiences of one particular family...


Walaschek's Dream

by Giovanni Orelli & Jamie Richards

Allusive, ironic, and elegiac, Joycean in scope, Walaschek's Dream is an encyclopedic portrait of European culture under Nazism and a singular meditation on the ephemerality of sport and the immortalizing power...


With the Animals

by Noëlle Revaz & W. Donald Wilson

With the Animals, Noelle Revaz's shocking debut, is a novel of mud and blood whose linguistic audaciousness is matched only by its brutality, misanthropy, and gallows humor which paint a portrait of masculinity...


Fiction from Georgia

by Elizabeth Heighway

This volume brings together stories from nineteen of the most influential contemporary authors to have emerged from the Republic of Georgia.Spanning fifty years, but with a particular emphasis on post-independence...


Building Waves

by Taeko Tomioka & Louise Heal Kawai

In her early forties, Kyoko has no compunction about getting what she wants. But when she begins a relationship with a traditional and conformist man, the result in Building Waves is uncomfortable, comical,...


Flowers of Grass

by Takehiko Fukunaga & Royall Tyler

Flowers of Grass is Takehiko Fukunaga's fully realized portrait of a young man of fastidious intelligence and great sorrow, and shows us how it is possible, seeing reality from the side of death and despair,...


Reticence

by Jean-Philippe Toussaint & John Lambert

In Reticence, a man on vacation seems to be under surveillance. But it's far more pleasant to enjoy the Mediterranean than to look for answers, make deductions, or get upset-isn't it?

"A little thing happened...


Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down

by Ishmael Reed

"Folks. This here is the story of the Loop Garoo Kid. A cowboy so bad he made a working posse of spells phone in sick. A bullwhacker so unfeeling he left the print of winged mice on hides of crawling women....


Reckless Eyeballing

by Ishmael Reed

It's the 1980s and the politics of the New York theater scene have taken yet another turn.

Masochism is out and feminism is in, Jews are out and Germans are in, race is out and gender is in, and everyone's fighting...