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Roman Britain

by David Shotter

This revised edition of the classic text of the period provides both the student and the specialist with an informative account of post-Roman English society.

Religion and Rebellion in Iran: The Iranian Tobacco Protest of 1891-1982

by Nikki R. Keddie

An account of the events of the Iranian Tobacco protest of 1891 to 1892. This book examines the developments which led to this sudden outburst of opposition, traces the course of events in each city and notes...

From Flintlock to Rifle: Infantry Tactics, 1740-1866

by Steven T. Ross

This is a comprehensive study of the major changes in infantry tacticts from the time of Frederick the Great to the beginning of what many see as the era of modern war, in the 1860s. Ross lays social and political...

Origins of National Interests

by Glenn Chafetz, Benjamin Frankel & Michael Spirtaz

The concept of "identity" in international relations offers too many vague and imprecise definitions of the concepts that stand at its very core. This text offers clear definitions of the concept of identity...

Security Community in South Asia: India - Pakistan

by Muhammad Shoaib Pervez

The security relationship between India and Pakistan is generally viewed through a neo-realist approach of International Relations.. Treading on a different path, this book explains the rivalry of these countries...

Naval Warfare, 1815-1914

by Lawrence Sondhaus

This book looks at the transition of wooden sailing fleets to the modern steel navy. It details the technological breakthroughs that brought about this change - steampower, armour, artillery and torpedoes, and...

The Spanish Civil War: A Modern Tragedy

by George R. Esenwein

This exciting collection of primary sources on the Spanish Civil War uses military and political documents, media accounts, and contemporary propaganda to create a representative and illuminating survey of...

Imagining Robin Hood: The Late Medieval Stories in Historical Context

by A.J. Pollard

A.J. Pollard takes us back to the earliest surviving stories, tales and ballads of Robin Hood, and re-examines the story of this fascinating figure. Setting out the economic, social and political context of...

Uncivil Society?: Contentious Politics in Post-Communist Europe

by Petr Kopecky & Cas Mudde

This volume makes a significant contribution to the debate about the development of post-communist civil society by focusing on its alleged 'dark side', i.e., on the groups that are excluded from 'civil society'...

The Politics of Egypt: State-Society Relationship

by Ninette S. Fahmy

This book addresses two important matters of current concern to Middle East scholars: firstly, the nature of the Egyptian state and society and the interactive process between them and secondly, how change,...

Egypt on the Brink

by Tarek Osman

Famous until the 1950s for its religious pluralism and extraordinary cultural heritage, Egypt is now seen as an increasingly repressive and divided land, home of the Muslim Brotherhood and an opaque regime...

A "Topping People": The Rise and Decline of Virginia's Old Political Elite, 1680-1790

by Emory G. Evans

A "Topping People" is the first comprehensive study of the political, economic, and social elite of colonial Virginia. Evans studies twenty-one leading families from their rise to power in the late 1600s to...

The United States and Cambodia, 1870-1969: From Curiosity to Confrontation

by Kenton Clymer

Spanning from the first US contacts with Cambodia in the 19th century up until the late 1960s and the outbreak of war with Vietnam, this book is the first to systematically explore American relations with Cambodia....

Soviet Karelia: Politics, Planning and Terror in Stalin's Russia, 1920 1939

by Nick Baron

In 1920, Lenin authorised a plan to transform Karelia, a Russian territory adjacent to Finland, into a showcase Soviet autonomous region, to show what could be achieved by socialist nationalities policy and...

Islam in World Politics

by Nelly Lahoud & A.H. Johns

The essays in this collection examine the emergence of Islam as a force in today's international political arena. Driven by a concern to understand factors leading to, and the implications of, this heightened...

The First Englishmen in India: Letters and Narratives of Sundry Elizabethans written by themselves

by J. Courtenay Locke

First published in 1930. This volume contains letters and narratives of some of the Elizabethans who went to India. Here the beginnings of the British Indian Empire can be seen, arising out of the trading operations...

Ritual and Domestic Life in Prehistoric Europe

by Richard Bradley

This fascinating study explores how our prehistoric ancestors developed rituals from everyday life and domestic activities. Richard Bradley contends that for much of the prehistoric period, ritual was not a...

Grievance Administration (Sikayet) in an Ottoman Province: The Kaymakam of Rumelia's 'Record Book of Complaints' of 1781-1783

by Michael Ursinus

The 'Record Book of Complaints', from the office of the governor-general (beylerbey) of Rumelia, is an exceptional manuscript of the Ottoman archive. It offers a unique insight into the experience of Ottoman...

Japan S Development Aid: Old Continuities and New Directions

by David Arase

Filling a gap in the existing literature, this book analyzes the distinctive features of Japan's development aid, especially technical co-operation, in comparison with other donors' aid. Incorporating a wealth...

Perception and Reality in the Modern Yugoslav Conflict: Myth, Falsehood and Deceit 1991-1995

by Brendan O'Shea

In this book, the author has tried bridge the gap between the common perception of the Yugoslav conflict as portrayed in the media and the actual grim reality with which he was dealing as an EU monitor on the...