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The Case for Grassroots Collaboration: Social Capital and Ecosystem Restoration at the Local Level

by John Charles Morris, William Allen Gibson & William Marshall Leavitt

This book addresses the activities of three grassroots environmental collaborations in the Chesapeake Bay region. Citizen-based collaboration can be effective in ecosystem restoration when applied at the proper...


Human Rights in a Big Yellow Taxi

by Peter Kerr

Kerr examines the erosion of human rights in the West, with particular reference to Britain and the United States. A disturbing look at where the future might lead, if we don't realise what's going on.


Occupy: Reflections on Class War, Rebellion and Solidarity

by Noam Chomsky

Another vital contribution from Chomsky to the literature of defiance and protest, a tribute to Howard Zinn and democracy's power


Mayor 1%: Rahm Emanuel and the Rise of Chicago's 99%

by Kari Lydersen

Lydersen lambasts Chicago's nationally recognized mayor for his obedient endorsement of the devastating austerity agenda set forth by the one-percent.


A Wall in Jerusalem: Hope, Healing, and the Struggle for Justice in Israel and Palestine

Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics, and Migration

by Jaime Marroquin, Adela Pineda Franco & Magdalena Mieri

Open Borders to a Revolution is a collective enterprise studying the immediate and long-lasting effects of the Mexican Revolution in the United States in such spheres as diplomacy, politics, and intellectual...


Not Dead Yet: What Future for Labor?

by Mark Latham

Labor is not dead yet, but it desperately needs to change.

In this book, Mark Latham and several leading young progressive thinkers look to the future.

Not Dead Yet shows how Labor became a party of factional...


The Dark Side of Church/State Separation: The French Revolution, Nazi Germany, and International Communism

by Stephen Strehle

This book analyzes the Enlightenment’s attack upon the Judeo-Christian tradition and its impact upon the development of secular regimes in France, Germany, and Russia. Strehle questions the absolute doctrine...


Political and Military Sociology: The Social Implications of National Defense

by III, Bruce D. McDonald

This volume explores the social elements and impact of national defense. Traditionally, national defense is viewed solely in military terms. As part of their national security objectives, many defense sectors...


China's Strategic Interests in the South China Sea: Power and Resources: Power and Resources

by Sigfrido Burgos Cáceres

This title will explore China's strategic interests in the South China Sea, with a specific emphasis on power projection and resource security. China's regional actions and reactions are reshaping the power...


Untangling Heroism: Classical Philosophy and the Concept of the Hero: Classical Philosophy and the Concept of the Hero

by Ari Kohen

The idea of heroism has become thoroughly muddled today. In contemporary society, any behavior that seems distinctly difficult or unusually impressive is classified as heroic: everyone from firefighters to foster...


Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics

by Paul G. Harris

This handbook provides a comprehensive and authoritative survey of Global Environmental Politics. It provides a history of the discipline and explains the different applicable theories and perspectives; it examines...


Communicating Climate Change and Energy Security: New Methods in Understanding Audiences: New Methods in Understanding Audiences

by Greg Philo & Catherine Happer

This book, drawing on new research conducted for the UK Energy Resource Centre (UKERC), examines the contemporary public debate on climate change and the linked issue of energy security. It analyses the key...


Reporting at the Southern Borders: Journalism and Public Debates on Immigration in the Us and the Eu: Journalism and Public Debates on Immigration in

by Giovanna Dell'Orto & Vicki L. Birchfield

Undocumented immigration across the Mediterranean and the US-Mexican border is one of the most contested transatlantic public and political issues, raising fundamental questions about national identity, security...


Visual Politics and North Korea: Seeing Is Believing

by David Shim

In the realm of international relations, there are seemingly few states like North Korea. Whether it is the country's human rights situation, its precarious everyday life or its so-called foreign policy of coercion...


The Government and Politics of Lebanon

by Imad Salamey

Aiming to contribute to the reader's greater understanding of Lebanese government and politics, this book provides a comprehensive examination of the origin, development, and institutionalization of sectarian...


Politics of Violence: Militancy, International Politics, Killing in the Name

by Charlotte Heath-Kelly

Critical thinkers like Foucault, Benjamin, Derrida and Žižek have long challenged the liberal separation of violence and politics by highlighting the implicit violence within political and economic structures....


Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict: Debate-Framing and Rhetoric in Independence Campaigns

by Beata Huszka

This book analyses how national independence movements' rhetoric can inflame or dampen ethnic violence. It examines the extent to the power of words matters when a region tries to break away to become a nation...


1989 as a Political World Event: Democracy, Europe and the New International System in the Age of Globalization

by Jacques Rupnik

This book is not about the events of 1989, but about 1989 as a world event. Starting with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet bloc it examines the historical significance and the world...


Social and Cultural Change in Central Asia: The Soviet Legacy

by Sevket Akyildiz & Richard Carlson

Focusing on Soviet culture and its social ramifications both during the Soviet period and in the post-Soviet era, this book addresses important themes associated with Sovietisation and socialisation in the Central...