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Shell Shocked: On the Ground Under Israel¿s Gaza Assault

by Mohammed Omer

Gripping eye-witness account of Operation Protective Edge by only Palestinian reporting in English from Gaza during Israel's 2014 assault.

Taming American Power: The Global Response to U. S. Primacy

by Stephen M. Walt

Finalist for the 2006 Gelber Prize: "A brilliant contribution to the American foreign policy debate."—Anatol Lieven, New York Times Book Review At a time when America's dominance abroad was being tested like...

Lives and Motors

by Andrea Bonardi

Twelve unpublished short stories inspired be the historical engineering that recount the passion for cars of the past. The independence of three girls in Turin at the end of the 50s with a Fiat 500, a Beetle...

AQA Sociology Student Guide 2: Families and households

by Joan Garrod

Written by experienced author Joan Garrod, this Student Guide for Sociology:

- Identifies the key content you need to know with a concise summary of topics examined in the AS and A-level specifications

- Enables...

AQA Sociology Student Guide 1: Education (with theory and methods)

by Dave O'Leary

Written by experienced teacher Dave O'Leary, this Student Guide for Sociology:

- Identifies the key content you need to know with a concise summary of topics examined in the AS and A-level specifications

- Enables...

Anarchism and Socialism

by Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov

The general conception of anarchism that a beginner often gets is that it is something extremely advanced. It is often expressed somewhat as follows: "After capitalism comes socialism and then comes anarchism."...

Humanizing the Sacred: Sisters in Islam and the Struggle for Gender Justice in Malaysia

by Azza Basarudin

In recent years, global attention has focused on how women in communities of Muslims are revitalizing Islam by linking interpretation of religious ideas to the protection of rights and freedoms. Humanizing the...

Beyond the Divide: Men and Women Learning from Each Other

by Mike Marvin, Christina Lopez & LLC, Boundless Connections

The gender war is over -- and if it isn’t, it should be.

Most people are willing to work for gender equality that leads to positive and productive relationships with the opposite sex.  Applying the current...

Lost Teachings of the Cathars: Their Beliefs and Practices

by Andrew Phillip Smith

Centuries after the brutal slaughter of the Cathars by papally endorsed Northern French forces,and their suppression by the Inquisiton the medieval Cathars continue to exert a powerful influence on both popular...

State of Terror: The War Against ISIS

by The Washington Post

They have taken over a region the size of the United Kingdom, and sparked one of the great humanitarian crises of our time. Now, with coordinated attacks in Paris and the downing of a Russian passenger plane,...

National Dialogue in Tunisia

by Hatem M'rad

The authentic dialogue, the compromises, the consensus which allowed Tunisia to overcome its political and institutional crisis

This book is the final product of an investigation launched in November 2014 and...

Luke Skywalker Can't Read: And Other Geeky Truths

by Ryan Britt

"Ryan Britt is . . . the Virgil you want to guide you through the inferno of geekery." -Lev Grossman, author of the bestselling Magician's trilogy

Pop Culture and sci-fi guru Ryan Britt has never met a monster,...

Reacher Said Nothing: Lee Child and the Making of Make Me

by Andy Martin

Fans of Lee Child know well that the muscular star of his bestselling novels, Jack Reacher, is a man of few words—and a lot of action. In Reacher Said Nothing, Andy Martin shadows Child like a literary private...

From the war in Syria and Terrorism in Paris: Combatting Terrorism IS-A different look

by Mr. Peter Han

France, Russia and the U.S. moved beyond talk of cooperation and into the far more difficult realm of action, as the “grand and single coalition” French President François Hollande called for to combat...

From the war in Syria and Terrorism in Paris: Combatting Terrorism IS - A different look

by Mr.peter Han

Speaking after the British meeting with Mr Putin, Downing Street said it had been a “constructive, measured discussion”. In a press conference afterwards Mr Cameron said that the refusal of the UK and the...

The wider benefits of investment in cultural heritage

by Collectif

Dozens of investments have been made in cultural monuments and historic environments in the countries of South-East Europe over the last decade in accordance with the principles of the European Union and Council...

What the Bible Really Does (and Doesn't Say) about Sex: The How, When, Why, and With Whom of Scriptural Prohibitions and Permissions

by Matthew O'Neil

Addresses the often unhealthy and troublesome relationship between sex and religion, covering such issues as gay rights, reproductive rights, and abortion


People are constantly judged for their sexual choices,...

MI5 at War 1909-1918: How MI5 Foiled the Spies of the Kaiser in the First World War

by Chris Northcott

The years 1909-1918 can be regarded as formative for MI5, an era in which it developed from a small counterespionage bureau into an established security intelligence agency. MI5 had two main roles during this...

The Justice Women: The Female Presence in the Criminal Justice System 1800-1970

by Stephen Wade

The first policewomen were established during the Great War, but with no powers of arrest; the first women lawyers did not practise until the early twentieth century, and despite the fact that women worked as...

A philosophy of the social construction of crime

by David Polizzi

This book situates the social construction of crime and criminal behaviour within the philosophical context of phenomenology and explores how these constructions inform, and justify, the policies employed to...