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Beyond the Ivory Tower: International Relations Theory and the Issue of Policy Relevance

by Joseph Lepgold & Miroslav Nincic

The gap between academics and practitioners in international relations has widened in recent years, according to the authors of this book. Globalization, ethnic conflict, and ecological threats have created...


Rushed to Judgment: Talk Radio, Persuasion, and American Political Behavior

by David Barker

Convenient, entertaining, and provocative, talk radio today is unapologetically ideological. Focusing on Rush Limbaugh—the medium's most influential talk show—Rushed to Judgment systematically examines the...


Picture Imperfect: Utopian Thought for an Anti-Utopian Age

by Russell Jacoby

-- Amos Elon, author, The Pity of It All: A Portrait of the German-Jewish Epoch, 1743-1933


Glimmer of a New Leviathan: Total War in the Realism of Niebuhr, Morgenthau, and Waltz

by Campbell Craig

The Second World War put an end to America's historical isolation from international power politics, and so also to the long-standing American defiance of the Realist ideology that shaped Old World affairs....


Food Waste: Home Consumption, Material Culture and Everyday Life

by David Evans

Food Waste is the first academic study to tackle this highly topical subject. Drawing from social science approaches to waste, material culture and everyday life in the home, the author uncovers the reasons...


A History of Cambodia

by David Chandler

Author David Chandler covers two thousand years of Cambodian history in a candid and concise assessment that focuses on transformation and the historic implications and myths surrounding these changes


Defense for Marx: A New Interpretation of Marxist Philosophy

by Geng Yang, Zhou Cheng & Kizilcec Cem

A monograph by the Chinese academia expounding on basic opinions of Marxist philosophy, evealing the ignored or forgotten views by the classical textbook system of Marxist philosophy and ystematically demonstrating...


That Option No Longer Exists: Britain 1974-76

by John Medhurst

The 1970s in Britain were years of immense social, cultural and political liberation aborted by a right-wing counter revolution.


Rules Without Rulers: The Possibilities and Limits of Anarchism

by Matthew Wilson

Is life without the state really possible, and, if so, what would such a life look like?


Scratching the Surface: Posties, Privatisation and Strikes in the Royal Mail

by Phil Chadwick

The story of those in the frontline of change in the Royal Mail.


One Nation Britain: History, the Progressive Tradition, and Practical Ideas for Today's Politicians

by Richard Carr

Outlining the historical context, and offering suggestions for contemporary thinkers, this comprehensive overview shows how all three major UK political parties have made a significant contribution to the One...


The Search for Lasting Peace: Critical Perspectives on Gender-Responsive Human Security

by Rosalind Boyd

Presenting the human security agenda as a policy response to the changing nature of violent conflicts and war, this collection traces its evolution in relation to conflicts in different contexts (Burma, India,...


Australia's 'war on terror' Discourse

by Kathleen Gleeson

Too often, existing literature has conflated the discourses that enabled the 'War on Terror', ignoring the contextual specificities of the states that make up the 'Coalition of the Willing'. Australia's 'war...


Misunderstanding Russia: Russian Foreign Policy and the West

by Magda Leichtova

Well argued and balanced, Leichtova provides an alternative and more constructive understanding of what drives Russian foreign policy. The book is based on the concepts of constructivism and orientalism in international...


The Geographies of Air Transport

by Andrew R. Goetz & Lucy Budd

Making a detailed contribution to geographies of air transport and aeromobility, this book examines the practices and processes that produce particular patterns of air transport provision both regionally and...


The Paradoxes of Planning: A Psycho-Analytical Perspective

by Sara Westin

Using a philosophical and psychoanalytical approach, this book critically examines expert knowledge within architecture and urban planning. Its point of departure is the 'gap' between visions and realities,...


Their Second Republic: Islamism in the Sudan from Disintegration to Oblivion

by Abdullahi A. Gallab

Building on his successful book, The First Islamist Republic Abdullahi A. Gallab's Their Second Republic: Islamism in the Sudan from Disintegration to Oblivion deals with Islamism, its representations, history,...


Postsecular Cities: Space, Theory and Practice

by Justin Beaumont & Christopher Baker

This book reflects the wide-spread belief that the twenty-first century is evolving in a significantly different way to the twentieth, which�witnessed the advance of human rationality and technological progress,...


Shakespeare Inside: The Bard Behind Bars

by Amy Scott-Douglass

Shakespeare Inside goes behind the scenes to reveal Shakespeare at work in the most decisive institutional context of our time - in prisons. Based upon the author's experience of watching prison yard rehearsals...


Nazarbayev and the Making of Kazakhstan: From Communism to Capitalism

by Jonathan Aitken

Kazakhstan is colossal in size, complicated in its history, colourful in its culture and is a nation state that most outsiders know little of. Much of the existing narrative revolves around the country's first...