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by Deborah L. Rhode

Cheating is deeply embedded in everyday life. The costs of the most common forms of cheating total close to a trillion dollars annually. Part of the problem is that many individuals fail to see such behavior...

The Big Picture: Towards an Independent Foreign Policy: Australian Foreign Affairs; Issue 1

by Jonathan Pearlman

'We need to determine a foreign policy of our own - one that looks after Australia's interest in the new order; an order which will have China as its centre of gravity.' -Paul Keating

Australia's top thinkers...

From the Democratic Deficit to a Democratic Surplus

by Athanasios Psygkas

Challenging the conventional narrative that the European Union suffers from a "democratic deficit," Athanasios Psygkas argues that EU mandates have enhanced the democratic accountability of national regulatory...

Under My Thumb: Songs That Hate Women and the Women That Love Them

by Rhian Jones, Eli Davies & Tamar Shlaim

Discussions and analyses of music – whether on TV, in books or in the music press – have always been full of the stories of men. When female fans appear in these stories it is often through the eyes and...

How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds

by Alan Jacobs

"Absolutely splendid . . . essential for understanding why there is so much bad thinking in political life right now." —David Brooks, New York Times

How to Think is a contrarian treatise on why we’re not...

Unseen: Unpublished Black History from the New York Times Photo Archives

by Dana Canedy, Darcy Eveleigh & Damien Cave

Hundreds of stunning images from black history have long been buried in The New York Times archives. None of them were published by The Times--until now. UNSEEN uncovers these never-before published photographs...

Go Back to Where You Came From: The Backlash Against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy

by Sasha Polakow-Suransky

What if the new far right poses a graver threat to liberal democracy than jihadists or mass migration?

Brexit and Donald Trump's victory were just the beginning--and Marine Le Pen's defeat does not signal a turning...

Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back

by Gretchen Carlson

When star news anchor, journalist, mother of two, and former Miss America Gretchen Carlson spoke up about sexual harassment in the workplace, she had no idea what lay ahead. But now, inspired by her actions,...

Elements of Taste: Understanding What We Like and Why

by Benjamin Errett

From My Little Pony to the Sex Pistols: An engaging exploration of why we love what we love


Katy Perry. Wes Anderson. Coldplay. Star Wars. Hamilton. Gilmore Girls. We all have our most and least favorite...

White Like Her: My Family's Story of Race and Racial Passing

by Gail Lukasik & Kenyatta Berry

The story one woman's struggle with her identity, race, and finding out who she really is.

You Can't Buy Love Like That

by Carol E. Anderson

Carol Anderson grows up in a fundamentalist Christian home in the ?60s, a time when being gay was in opposition to all social and religious mores and against the law in most states. Fearing the rejection of...

Original Magic: The Rituals and Initiations of the Persian Magi

by Stephen E. Flowers

A complete guide to the theory, practice, and history of Mazdan magic, the first organized system of magic

• Provides a complete curriculum of magical study and initiation centered on exercises keyed to the...

How to Do Things with International Law

by Ian Hurd

A provocative reassessment of the rule of law in world politics

Conventionally understood as a set of limits on state behavior, the “rule of law” in world politics is widely assumed to serve as a progressive...


Market Encounters

by Bianca Murillo

In Market Encounters, Bianca Murillo explores the shifting social terrains that made the buying and selling of goods in modern Ghana possible. Fusing economic and business history with social and cultural history,...

Living with Nkrumahism

by Jeffrey S. Ahlman

In the 1950s, Ghana, under the leadership of Kwame Nkrumah and the Convention People’s Party, drew the world’s attention as anticolonial activists, intellectuals, and politicians looked to it as a model...

Following the Ball

by Todd Cleveland

With Following the Ball, Todd Cleveland incorporates labor, sport, diasporic, and imperial history to examine the extraordinary experiences of African football players from Portugal’s African colonies as they...

Handbook of Culture and Memory

by Brady Wagoner

In the Handbook of Culture and Memory, Brady Wagoner and his team of international contributors explore how memory is deeply entwined with social relationships, stories in film and literature, group history,...

The Double Game

by James Cameron

How did the United States move from a position of nuclear superiority over the Soviet Union at the beginning of the 1960s to one of nuclear parity under the doctrine of mutual assured destruction in 1972? Drawing...

NATO and Article 5

by John R. Deni

For much of the last 25 years, NATO has focused on crisis managementin places such as Kosovo and Afghanistan,resulting in major changes to alliance strategy, resourcing,force structure, and training. Re-embracing...