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Critical Political Ecology: The Politics of Environmental Science

by Timothy Forsyth

Critical Political Ecology brings political debate to the science of ecology. As political controversies multiply over the science underlying environmental debates, there is an increasing need to understand...


Common Ground

by Bob Beckel & Cal Thomas

Inspired by their popular USA Today column, conservative Cal Thomas and liberal Bob Beckel unmask the hypocrisy of the issues, organizations, and individuals that have created and deepened the partisan divide...


Cool War: The Future of Global Competition

by Noah Feldman

A bold and thought-provoking look at the future of U.S.-China relations, and how their coming power struggle will reshape the competitive playing field for nations around the world

 

The Cold War seemingly...


UFOs, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don't Have to Be Crazy to Believe

by Richard Belzer

"I'm not asking you to believe every conspiracy theory you'll find in this book. . . . I didn't write this book to give you all the answers. The Warren Commission did that, and the answers were all wrong. I...


Master of War

by Suzanne Simons

The name Blackwater, the world's largest private military contractor, became infamous early in the Iraq War, when four of its men were seized by a mob in Fallujah, murdered, and hung from a bridge for the world...


It's Our Turn to Eat

by Michela Wrong

In January 2003, Kenya—seen as the most stable country in Africa—was hailed as a model of democracy after the peaceful election of its new president, Mwai Kibaki. By appointing respected longtime reformer...


Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste: How Neoliberalism Survived the Financial Meltdown

by Philip Mirowski

At the onset of the Great Recession, as house prices sank and joblessness soared, many commentators concluded that the economic convictions behind the disaster would now be consigned to history. Yet in the harsh...


Inclusion and Resilience: The Way Forward for Social Safety Nets in the Middle East and North Africa

by Joana Silva

The report aims to meet two broad objectives: (a) enhance knowledge about the current state of existing social safety nets (SSNs) and assess their effectiveness in responding to new and emerging challenges to...


Growing Green: The Economic Benefits of Climate Action

by Uwe Deichmann

Pollution from fossil fuels and degraded natural lands are raising the earth's temperature. The evidence of the causes of global warming is clear, as are its consequences. The economic impacts of climate change...


Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana: Race and Politics in Two Plural Societies

by Ann Marie Bissessar & John Gaffar La Guerre

For the first time, an attempt is made to examine the relationship between race and politics in two plural societies in the Caribbean. While there has been no dearth of literature on race, this book contends...


The Spy Who Came In From the Co-op: Melita Norwood and the Ending of Cold War Espionage

by David Burke

On September 11th 1999 The Times newspaper carried the front page article "Revealed: the quiet woman who betrayed Britain for 40 years. The spy who came in from the Co-op." Melita Norwood, the last of the atomic...


Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink

by John Campbell

In this thoroughly updated edition, John Campbell explores Nigeria’s post-colonial history and presents a nuanced explanation of the events and conditions that have carried this complex, dynamic, and very...


Homer Simpson Ponders Politics: Popular Culture as Political Theory

by Timothy M. Dale, Joseph J. Foy & Margaret Weis

It is often said that the poet Homer "educated" ancient Greece. Joseph J. Foy and Timothy M. Dale have assembled a team of notable scholars who argue, quite persuasively, that Homer Simpson and his ilk are educating...


Why We Fight: The Origins, Nature, and Management of Human Conflict

by David Churchman

This book draws on twenty-four academic disciplines to analyze some 100 theories that explain the origins, nature, and management of human conflict. It treats intellectual, moral, community, political, and international...


Disequilibrium, Polarization, and Crisis Model: An International Relations Theory Explaining Conflict

by Isabelle Dierauer

This book adds a social psychological component to the analysis of why nations, sections, or states enter into armed conflict. The Disequilibrium, Polarization, and Crisis Model is introduced, drawing from prospect...


Just War in Religion and Politics

by Jacob Neusner, Bruce D. Chilton & R. E. Tully

The basis of this collection of essays is the reading of a common topic from different perspectives. The contributors compare and contrast not only positions, but also methods of learning. They examine theories...


From Mediation to Nation-Building: Third Parties and the Management of Communal Conflict

by William J. Lahneman, Joseph R., Jr. Rudolph & Mohammad Ashraf

The volume is unique in both design and some of its entries, and in the mix of practitioners and scholars writing its chapters. Although there are numerous specialized works that treat the individual options,...


Religion, Science, and Democracy: A Disputational Friendship

by Lisa L. Stenmark

This book uses Hannah Arendt’s work to understand the paradoxical role of religion and science in public life and to develop a model for the science and religion discourse which does not focus on truth claims,...


Don't Hurt People and Don't Take Their Stuff

by Matt Kibbe

Do you believe in the freedom of individuals to determine their own future and solve problems cooperatively?

Don't hurt people, and don't take their stuff. Simple and straightforward, that's liberty in a nutshell—no...


The Korporate Kannibal Kookbook: The Empire Is Consuming Us

by Ph. D. Brad Blanton

The way the world of human beings is framed must be reframed for the sake of our survival. These ideas morph into a synthesis: 1. Campaign Finance Reform 2. Corporate Cannibal Cannibalism 3. Justice Based on...