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The Commonwealth Brand: Global Voice, Local Action

by Victoria te Velde

te Velde examines Commonwealth identity through the lens of its membership criteria, its recent enlargement and its constant reincarnation. Far from being an old relic of the past, the Commonwealth is a growing,...


The Ashgate Research Companion to Secession

by Aleksandar Pavkovic & Peter Radan

This research companion has three complementary aims. First, to offer an overview of the current theoretical approaches to secession in the social sciences, international relations, legal theory, political theory...


Globalization and Regional Integration in Europe and Asia

by Nam-Kook Kim

This volume discusses the current trend of globalization and the main characteristics of world order, focusing specifically on the destiny of the nation state, the threat against human rights, and conflicts...


Transforming Law and Institution: Indigenous Peoples, the United Nations and Human Rights

by Rhiannon Morgan

In the past thirty or so years, discussions of the status and rights of indigenous peoples have come to the forefront of the United Nations human rights agenda. During this period, indigenous peoples have emerged...


Pluralism, Democracy and Political Knowledge: Robert A. Dahl and his Critics on Modern Politics

by Hans Blokland

The political discontent or malaise that typifies most modern democracies is mainly caused by the widely shared feeling that the political freedom of citizens to influence the development of their society and,...


The New Economic Diplomacy: Decision-Making and Negotiation in International Economic Relations

by Nicholas Bayne & Stephen Woolcock

This third, fully updated edition of The New Economic Diplomacy explains how states conduct their external economic relations in the 21st century: how they make decisions domestically; how they negotiate internationally;...


Reassessing Security in the South Caucasus: Regional Conflicts and Transformation

by Annie Jafalian

Lying on the periphery of Europe, Russia, Turkey and Iran, and also being of interest to the United States, the South Caucasus is receiving growing attention among decision-makers and scholars of international...


Asymmetric Trade Negotiations

by Sanoussi Bilal & Philippe De Lombaerde

The slow pace of the Doha Round has boosted the proliferation of regional and bilateral trade agreements. Paradoxically, the more powerful actors, the US and the European Union, who at the same time have benefited...


Jihadi Terrorism and the Radicalisation Challenge: European and American Experiences

by Rik Coolsaet

Osama bin Laden's demise in May 2011 marked only the symbolic end of an era. By the time of his killing, he no longer represented the Robin Hood icon that once stirred global fascination. Ten years after the...


The Politics of Misrecognition

by Simon Thompson & Majid Yar

The past several decades have seen the emergence of a vigorous ongoing debate about the 'politics of recognition'. The initial impetus was provided by the reflections of Charles Taylor and others about the rights...


Institutionalizing Agonistic Democracy: Post-Foundationalism and Political Liberalism

by Ed Wingenbach

The first book length study of agonism as a mature account of democratic politics, Institutionalizing Agonistic Democracy provides a lucid overview of agonistic democratic theories and demonstrates the viability...


Global Media Perspectives on the Crisis in Panama

by Howard M. Hensel & Nelson Michaud

Operation Just Cause, the United States' incursion into Panama, was the culmination of a gradually escalating confrontation between the United States and the Noriega dominated government of Panama that extended...


The Politics of Nuclear Weapons in South Asia

by Bhumitra Chakma

An important and critical re-evaluation of South Asia's post-tests nuclear politics, in contrast to other books, this volume emphasises the political dimension of South Asia's nuclear weapons, explains how the...


The 100 Best Volunteer Vacations to Enrich Your Life

by Pam Grout

Travel industry experts report that more and more people are combining vacations with volunteer work—the growing phenomenon called "voluntourism." Professionals predict this will be a key growth area for years...


Limits to Democratic Constitutionalism in Central and Eastern Europe

by Bogusia Puchalska

In this book, Bogusia Puchalska develops an original theory of democratic constitutionalism and uses it to support the argument that constitution-making and law-making in constitutional moments should be politically,...


Visions of Venice in Shakespeare

by Laura Tosi & Shaul Bassi

Despite the growing critical relevance of Shakespeare's two Venetian plays and a burgeoning bibliography on both The Merchant of Venice and Othello, few books have dealt extensively with the relationship between...


Anonymity in Early Modern England: 'What's In A Name?'

by Janet Wright Starner & Barbara Howard Traister

Expanding the scholarly conversation about anonymity in Renaissance England, this essay collection explores the phenomenon in all its variety of methods and genres as well as its complex relationship with its...


Constructions of Childhood and Youth in Old French Narrative

by Phyllis Gaffney

What do we know of medieval childhood? Were boundaries always clear between childhood and young adulthood? Was medieval childhood gendered? Scholars have been debating such questions over half a century. Can...


Romanticism/Judaica: A Convergence of Cultures

by Sheila A. Spector

The twelve essays in Romanticism/Judaica explore the four major cultural strands that have converged from the French Revolution to the present. The first section, Nationalism and Diasporeanism, contains essays...


Radical Pastoral, 1381-1594: Appropriation and the Writing of Religious Controversy

by Mike Rodman Jones

From William Langland's Piers Plowman, through the highly polemicized literary culture of fifteenth-century Lollardy, to major Reformation writers such as Simon Fish, William Tyndale and John Bale, and into...