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Corruption in Nigeria: The Fight and Movement to Cure the Malady

by Mazi A. Kanu Oji & Valerie U. Oji

This book addresses the effects of corruption in Nigeria and provides a concise overview for a lasting solution. Offering insight from the authors' original thinking and experiences, the book traces corruption...


Turkey's Integration Into the European Union: Legal Dimension

by Sebnem Akipek, Belgin Akçay & Gamze Öz

As legal harmonization is the initial step for EU membership, the aim of this book is to give a general view of Turkish Law and to compare certain fields of law with EU Law. In order to reach this aim, an overview...


World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements

by John Hunter

Award-winning teacher and high-profile public speaker John Hunter offers insights into conflict resolution and collective problem-solving gleaned from his many years teaching kids through the “world peace...


Crippled at the Starting Gate: The Graduate Schools Created and Perpetuate the Gender Gap in Science and Engineering

by Robert Leslie Fisher

This book argues that the United States needs an education bill to send more Americans to graduate school in the sciences, technology, and engineering. Graduate schools need to change their culture not only...


Matter and Form: From Natural Science to Political Philosophy

by Ann Ward, Coleen Zoller & Douglas Al-Maini

Matter and Form explores the relationship between natural science and political philosophy from the classical to contemporary eras, taking an interdisciplinary approach to the philosophic understanding of the...


Prying Open Fortress Europe: The Turn to Sectoral Labor Migration

by Alexander Caviedes

Globalization has increased international migratory pressures, but in advanced industrialized countries entrenched social interests eager to maintain restrictive policies make it difficult for governments to...


Junius and Albert's Adventures in the Confederacy: A Civil War Odyssey

by Peter Carlson

Junius Browne and Albert Richardson covered the Civil War for the New York Tribune until Confederates captured them as they tried to sneak past Vicksburg on a hay barge. Shuffled from one Rebel prison to another,...


The Quest for Security: Protection without Protectionism and the Challenge of Global Governance

by Joseph E. Stiglitz & Mary Kaldor

The essays in this collection boldly confront the quest for security arising out of the social, economic, environmental, and political crises and transformations of our century. Joseph E. Stiglitz and Mary Kaldor...


Confirmation Wars: Preserving Independent Courts in Angry Times

by Benjamin Wittes

In Confirmation Wars, Benjamin Wittes examines the degradation of the judicial nominations process over the past fifty years. Drawing on years of reporting on judicial nominations, including numerous interviews...


Down the Up Escalator: How the 99 Percent Live in the Great Recession

by Barbara Garson

One of our most incisive and committed journalists—author of the classic All the Livelong Day—shows us the real human cost of our economic follies.

The Great Recession has thrown huge economic chal­lenges...


Culture Wars: The Threat to Your Family and Your Freedom

by Marie Alena Castle

Boldly stated and passionately supported, this argument against religious influence on the American government and legal system analyzes the impact that religion has on culture in the United States. The book...


Historical Dictionary of United States-Middle East Relations

by Peter L. Hahn

The current state of affairs between the United States and the Middle East is probably the most volatile and absorbing relationship the U.S. is involved in today. Prior to 1941, however, the U.S. preferred to...


Historical Dictionary of World War II Intelligence

by Nigel West

In the years immediately following World War II, information was disclosed about what has been termed the shadow war of the existence of hitherto secret agencies. In Germany it was the Abwehr and the Sicherheitsdienst;...


Imaging the Other: Essays on Diversity

by Marie A. Conn & Thérèse McGuire

These essays explore the creation of the 'other' as the basis for conflict among humans, within the context of each author's background, interests, and research. These essays speak of the 'other,' how we create...


Globalization and Belonging: The Politics of Identity in a Changing World

by Sheila L. Croucher

This is a book that will get us all thinking about the implications of identities in rapidly evolving international and country-by-country politics.


Historical Dictionary of NATO and Other International Security Organizations

by Marco Rimanelli

The Historical Dictionary of NATO and Other International Security Organizations covers the Atlantic Alliance's origins, structure and organization through a list of acronyms and abbreviations, a chronology,...


Historical Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence

by Robert W. Pringle

At its peak, the KGB (Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti) was the largest secret police and espionage organization in the world. It became so influential in Soviet politics that several of its directors moved...


Historical Dictionary of Cold War Counterintelligence

by Nigel West

The defection of Igor Gouzenko in September 1945, more so than any other single event, alerted the West to the nature and scale of the Soviet espionage offensive being waged by the Kremlin. Apart from the dozen...


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Immigration Reform: We Can Do It, If We Apply Our Founders' True Ideals

by Godfrey Y. Muwonge

This book is an in-depth discussion of immigration reform in America, highlighting commonly held myths about immigration and explains which issues America needs to address in order to achieve comprehensive reform....