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The US NATO Debate: From Libya to Ukraine

by Magnus Petersson

Since the Libya War in 2011 it has been widely suggested that NATO's role in US security policy has diminished, because Washington gives Europe less and Asia more strategic priority (a tendency that is reinforced...


Undocumented: A Dominican Boy's Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League

by Dan-el Padilla Peralta

An undocumented immigrant’s journey from a New York City homeless shelter to the top of his Princeton class

Dan-el Padilla Peralta has lived the American dream. As a boy, he came here legally with his family....


The Two-State Delusion: Israel and Palestine - A Tale of Two Narratives

by Padraig O'Malley

A leading reconciliation expert argues that a two-state solution is no longer a viable path to create lasting peace in Israel and Palestine

Disputes over settlements, the right of return, the rise of Hamas, recognition...


Doing Good Better: How Effective Altruism Can Help You Make a Difference

by William MacAskill

Most of us want to make a difference. We donate our time and money to charities and causes we deem worthy, choose careers we consider meaningful, and patronize businesses and buy products we believe make the...


Criminal Man

by Gina Lombroso

On consulting my memory and the documents relating to my studies on this subject, I find that its two fundamental ideas—that, for instance, which claims as an essential point the study not of crime in the...


Anti-Party Parties in Germany and Italy

by Andrea De Petris & Thomas Poguntke

Populist, extremist or anti-system parties are not new in the European political scene. At various times in contemporary history, Europe has experienced the rise and development of political movements that have...


Social Origins and Primal Law

by James Jasper Atkinson Andrew Lang

The Family is the most ancient and the most sacred of human institutions; the least likely to be overthrown by revolutionary attacks. In epochs of change the Family naturally invites the attentions of impetuous...


Legends of Babylon and Egypt in Relation to Hebrew Tradition

by L. W. King

In these lectures an attempt is made, not so much to restate familiar facts, as to accommodate them to new and supplementary evidence which has been published in America since the outbreak of the war. But even...


Feminism and Sex-Extinction

by Arabella Kenealy

Feminism, the extremist—and of late years the predominant cult of the Woman's Movement, is Masculinism. It makes for such training and development in woman, of male characteristics, as shall equip her to compete...


The Handbook of Gangs

by Scott H. Decker & David C. Pyrooz

Pulling together the most salient, current issues in the field today, The Handbook of Gangs provides a significant assessment by leading scholars of key topics related to gangs, gang members, and responses to...


Woman, Church & State

by Matilda Joslyn Gage

This work explains itself and is given to the world because it is needed. Tired of the obtuseness of Church and State; indignant at the injustice of both towards woman; at the wrongs inflicted upon one-half...


The Politics of Consolation: Memory and the Meaning of September 11

by Christina Simko

What meaning can be found in calamity and suffering? This question is in some sense perennial, reverberating through the canons of theology, philosophy, and literature. Today, The Politics of Consolation reveals,...


A Celtic Psaltery

by Alfred Perceval Graves

I have called this volume of verse a Celtic Psaltery because it mainly consists of close and free translations from Irish, Scotch Gaelic, and Welsh Poetry of a religious or serious character. The first half...


Nations and Citizens in Yugoslavia and the Post-Yugoslav States: One Hundred Years of Citizenship

by Igor ¿¿tiks

Between 1914 and the present day the political makeup of the Balkans has relentlessly changed, following unpredictable shifts of international and internal borders. Between and across these borders various political...


The Hermeneutics of Suspicion: Cross-Cultural Encounters with India

by Dorothy Figueira

Through a unique combination of theoretical scope and material, and historical, breadth The Hermeneutics of Suspicion poses an original investigation into our understanding of alterity in Indian literature and...


Consuming Behaviours: Identity, Politics and Pleasure in Twentieth-Century Britain

by Erika Rappaport, Sandra Trudgen Dawson & Mark J. Crowley

In twentieth-century Britain, consumerism increasingly defined and redefined individual and social identities. New types of consumers emerged: the idealized working-class consumer, the African consumer and the...


Agent 407

by Olivia Forsyth

“I owe it to many people, and to myself, to set the record straight. There have been many versions of parts of the story in the press over the years, many lies overlaid with truths and truths overlaid with...


OASIS n. 21, June 2015

by Fondazione Internazionale Oasis

The current crisis has grown out of a long century of renewal and closure. Lessons from the past and today’s debate. OASIS Year XI - n. 21 - June 2015 - The Long Century of Islam - Martino Diez - How ‘Abduh’s...


Diamonds in the Rough: Corporate Paternalism and African Professionalism on the Mines of Colonial Angola, 1917-1975

by Todd Cleveland

Diamonds in the Rough explores the lives of African laborers on Angola’s diamond mines from the commencement of operations in 1917 to the colony’s independence from Portugal in 1975. The mines were owned...


Texas Mexican Americans and Postwar Civil Rights

by Maggie Rivas-Rodríguez

After World War II, Mexican American veterans returned home to lead the civil rights struggles of the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Many of their stories have been recorded by the Voces Oral History Project...