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In the Shadow of Korematsu

by Eric K. Yamamoto

The national security and civil liberties tensions of the World War II mass incarceration link 9/11 and the 2015 Paris-San Bernardino attacks to the Trump era in America - an era darkened by accelerating discrimination...

No Dancing, No Dancing

by Denis Dragovic

What happens to aid projects after the money is spent? Or the people and communities once the media spotlight has left?

No Dancing, No Dancing follows the return journey of a former aid worker back to the site...

When Harry Became Sally

by Ryan T. Anderson

Why publish a book about transgenderism?

The transgender “rights” movement is moving at breakneck speed. Never in human history has such a profound social and cultural change taken place in such a short period....

Humanitarian Hypocrisy

by Andrea L. Everett

" Humanitarian Hypocrisy makes a substantial contribution to the literature on peace operations."—Katharina Coleman, author of International Organisations and Peace Enforcement

" Humanitarian Hypocrisy is...

The Killing Season

by Geoffrey B. Robinson

The Killing Season explores one of the largest and swiftest, yet least examined, instances of mass killing and incarceration in the twentieth century—the shocking antileftist purge that gripped Indonesia in...

War and the Politics of Ethics

by Maja Zehfuss

Contemporary Western war is represented as enacting the West's ability and responsibility to help make the world a better place for others, in particular to protect them from oppression and serious human rights...

Necessary Evil

by David Kinley

Finance governs almost every aspect of modern life. Every day, we use the financial system to mortgage our homes, to insure our health, to invest in our futures through education and pension funds, to feed and...

Memory Battles of the Spanish Civil War

by Sebastiaan Faber

The ability to forget the violent twentieth-century past was long seen as a virtue in Spain, even a duty. But the common wisdom has shifted as increasing numbers of Spaniards want to know what happened, who...

The Wall and the Gate

by Michael Sfard

From renowned human rights lawyer Michael Sfard, an unprecedented exploration of the struggle for human rights in Israel's courts

A farmer from a village in the occupied West Bank, cut off from his olive groves...

Democracy and Subjective Rights

by Catherine Colliot-Thélène

This book critically investigates the notion of democracy without demos by unravelling the link that modern history has established between the concepts of democracy and the sovereignty of the people. This task...

No Path Home

by Elizabeth C. Dunn

" No Path Home is an extremely interesting, engaging, and well-written book. Elizabeth Cullen Dunn’s fluid and clear prose paints a very evocative picture of life for internally displaced persons as well as...

Freedom in the World 2017

by Freedom House

Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties....

Fifty Years of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination

by David Keane & Annapuma Waughray

This is the very first edited collection on International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD), the oldest of the UN international human rights treaties. It draws together...

Hannah Arendt and the Fragility of Human Dignity

by John Douglas Macready

In Hannah Arendt and the Fragility of Human Dignity, Professor John Douglas Macready offers a post-foundational account of human dignity by way of a reconstructive reading of Hannah Arendt. He argues that Arendt’s...

Global Health Watch 5

by People's Health Movement, Medact, Third World Network & Health Poverty Action et al.

For over a decade, Global Health Watch has been the definitive source for alternative analysis on health.

This new edition addresses the key challenges facing governments and health practitioners today, within...

Human Rights Dilemmas in the Developing World

by Sambuddha Ghatak, E. Ike Udogu, Onah P. Thompson & David R. Davila-Villers

This book brings the quandaries that many minority groups confront in Latin America, Asia and Africa into the limelight. The chapters in this volume—written by experts on this subject-matter—examine and...

Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule

by NCRI- U.S. Representative Office

Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule is an expose of the current rulers of Iran and their track record in human rights violations. The book details how 30,000 political prisoners fell victim to politicide during...

Regulation Theory and Australian Capitalism

by Brett Heino

The end of the post-World War II ‘long boom’ in the mid-1970s proved the beginning of a process of political-economic change that has fundamentally transformed labour law, both in Australia and across the...

Merchants of Despair

by Robert Zubrin

There was a time when humanity looked in the mirror and saw something precious, worth protecting and fighting for—indeed, worth liberating. But now we are beset on all sides by propaganda promoting a radically...

The Rights of Man

by Thomas Paine

One of the most influential writers and reformers of his age, Thomas Paine successfully publicized the issues of his time in pamphlets that clearly and persuasively argued for political independence and social...