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European Integration and the Communist Dilemma: Communist Party Responses to Europe in Greece, Cyprus and Italy

by Giorgos Charalambous

European Integration and the Communist Dilemma assesses the response of communist parties to European integration using three contrasting and comparatively significant case studies from Greece, Cyprus and Italy....


by Angus Cameron & Jen Dickinson

Body/State brings together original essays addressing various aspects of the evolving interaction between bodies and states. While each essay has different empirical and/or theoretical focus, authors consider...

No Miracle: What Asia Can Teach All Countries About Growth

by Mitchell Wigdor

No Miracle examines the role of institutions in bridging the 'digital divide' between rich and poor nations and what that means for the country's integration into a global economy. Shifting the debate from whether...

War, Clausewitz and the Trinity

by Thomas Waldman

In this book, Waldman explores Clausewitz's central theoretical device for understanding war - the 'remarkable trinity' of politics, chance, and passion. Through an in-depth reinterpretation of On War and Clausewitz's...

Foreigners, Refugees or Minorities?: Rethinking People in the Context of Border Controls and Visas

by Didier Bigo & Sergio Carrera

This book examines the relationship of citizenship, ethnicity and international relations and how these three aspects of the State, its people and its neighbours relate to one another. It studies the wide issue...

Persistent Ruskin: Studies in Influence, Assimilation and Effect

by Keith Hanley & Brian Maidment

Examining the wide-ranging and abiding implications of Ruskin's engagement with his contemporaries and followers into the present, this collection is organized around three related themes. This book studies...

Culture and Foreign Policy: The Neglected Factor in International Relations

by Howard J. Wiarda

The puzzle or query that chiefly concerns this author is why the United States (US) and its foreign policy have such a hard time understanding cultures and societies other than their own. This provocative book...

Uncovering African Agency: Angola's Management of China's Credit Lines

by Lucy Corkin

In this thought provoking and original work Lucy Corkin demonstrates how Angola has been amongst the most successful of African nations to use China's involvement in the region to grow their economies and solicit...

Confrontation, Strategy and War Termination: Britain's Conflict with Indonesia

by Christopher Tuck

At the heart of this book is the problem of war termination. The British experience in Indonesia in the 1960s represents an illuminating case study of the difficulties associated with strategy and the successful...

Informal Norms in Global Governance: Human Rights, Intellectual Property Rules and Access to Medicines

by Wolfgang Hein & Suerie Moon

Hein and Moon take up a serious problem of contemporary global governance: what can be done when international trade rules prevent the realization of basic human rights? This book recounts the remarkable story...

Texas Politics: Governing the Lone Star State

by Cal Jillson

Approaching the politics of the Lone Star State from historical, developmental, and analytical perspectives, this text avoids partisanship, ideology, and gimmicks to provide the most comprehensive, readable,...

Aspects of Enlightenment

by Thomas Osborne

Aspects of Enlightenment is an attempt to reconfigure the terrain of contemporary social theory. Critical of sociologistic approaches in that discipline and of vague concepts such as modernity and postmodernity,...

The Perot Legacy: A New Political Path

by Pat Benjamin

In The Perot Legacy, political activist and Perot campaigner Pat Benjamin takes you inside Perot's campaign and tells the story of a citizen action movement that turned everyday folks into street fighters as...

Restricting Freedoms: Limitations on the Individual in Contemporary America

by Vladimir Shlapentokh & Eric Beasley

Today, freedom is so closely associated with the United States that most people still view America as the ultimate symbol of freedom. Vladimir Shlapentokh and Eric Beasley argue that the idea of basing American...

Jane Addams and the Practice of Democracy

by Wendy Chmielewski & Marilyn Fischer

Using a rich array of newly available sources and contemporary methodologies from many disciplines, the ten original essays in this volume give a fresh appraisal of Addams as a theorist and practitioner of democracy....

Gleanings of Freedom: Free and Slave Labor along the Mason-Dixon Line, 1790-1860

by Max Grivno

Late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century landowners in the hinterlands of Baltimore, Maryland, cobbled together workforces from a diverse labor population of black and white apprentices, indentured servants,...

Quaker Brotherhood: Interracial Activism and the American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1950

by Allan W. Austin

The Religious Society of Friends and its service organization, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), have long been known for their peace and justice activism. The abolitionist work of Friends during...

One Nation, Two Cultures: A Searching Examination of American Society in the Aftermath of Our Cultural Rev  olution

by Gertrude Himmelfarb

In One Nation, Two Cultures, one of today's most respected and articulate cultural critics gives us a penetrating examination of the gulf between the two sides of American society -- a divide that cuts across...

The UN's Challenges and Problems in International Interim Administration: The cases of the Kosovo and East Timor

by Melanie Thiem

Since the end of the cold war the number of UN peacekeeping missions raised drastically. This development within international affairs has been labelled the 'new interventionism' (see for example Yannis 2002b:...

Integration of Participatory Elements in the Governance of the UN Transitional Administration in East Timor

by Katrin Kornmann

The role of the United Nations in the new century will be a different one compared to the traditional observing and discussion role from the past. UN peace-building missions in Kosovo, Eastern Slavonia, East...