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Harry S Truman: The Economics of a Populist President

by E Ray Canterbery

Harry S Truman is best remembered as the President who witnessed the swift arrival of the Cold War in the tumultuous years after World War Two. Little however has been written to show that he was also the populist...


Human Security Studies: Theories, Methods and Themes

by Sorpong Peou

Human Security Studies: Theories, Methods and Themes examines the concept of human security from different theoretical and methodological perspectives and shows how they help shed light on the different themes...


The NSA Report: Liberty and Security in a Changing World

by The President's Review Gr Technologies, Richard A. Clarke & Michael J. Morell

"We cannot discount the risk, in light of the lessons of our own history, that at some point in the future, high-level government officials will decide that this massive database of extraordinarily sensitive...


The Spirit of Compromise: Why Governing Demands It and Campaigning Undermines It

by Amy Gutmann & Dennis Frank Thompson

To govern in a democracy, political leaders have to compromise. When they do not, the result is political paralysis—dramatically demonstrated by the gridlock in Congress in recent years. In The Spirit of Compromise...


Carnival China: China in the Era of Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping

by Kerry Brown

With Foreword by John Keane

The era of the Chinese leaders Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao was one in which China became richer, more powerful, more prominent and more vexed. This series of essays, originally published...


Universal Foreigner: The Individual and the World

by Robert W Cox

The book shows one individual's (the author) experience of the world, through contacts with government officials and scholars in the Middle East and Asia, Europe and Latin America during the post-Second World...


EU Foreign Policy and Crisis Management Operations: Power, purpose and domestic politics

by Benjamin Pohl

This book explores the drivers of the EU's recent forays into peace- and state-building operations.

Since the Union's European (now Common) Security and Defence Policy (ESDP/CSDP) became operational in 2003,...


The Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit

by Thomas J. Sugrue

Once America’s “arsenal of democracy,” Detroit is now the symbol of the American urban crisis. In this reappraisal of America’s racial and economic inequalities, Thomas Sugrue asks why Detroit and other...


The Rehnquist Choice: The Untold Story of the Nixon Appointment That Redefined the Supreme Court

by John W. Dean

The explosive, never-before-revealed story of how William Rehnquist became a Supreme Court Justice, told by the man responsible for his candidacy.


A Handbook for Psychological Fitness-For-Duty Evaluations in Law Enforcement

by Cary D. Rostow & Robert D. Davis

While some books about police psychology contain a chapter on the fitness-for-duty question, this is the first comprehensive publication focused exclusively on psychological fitness-for-duty evaluations (FFDEs)...


The Middle East in World Politics (Routledge Revivals)

by Mohammed Ayoob

The Middle East is, and has always been, of major global economic and political importance. First published in 1981, this edited collection analyses many of the crucial issues that have had international repercussions...


How the End Begins: The Road to a Nuclear World War III

by Ron Rosenbaum

The president loses control of fifty nukes for nearly an hour. Russian nuclear bombers almost bump wingtips with American fighter jets over the Pacific coast. North Korea detonates nuclear weapons underground....


Russia and Europe: Building Bridges, Digging Trenches

by Kjell Engelbrekt & Bertil Nygren

Russian-European political relations have always been problematic and one of the main reasons for this is the different perspectives on even the very basic notions and concepts of political life. With a worldwide...


Producing Legality: Law and Socialism in Cuba

by Marjorie Zatz

Producing Legality provides a window into the official construction of socialist legality in Cuba and the dissemination of this legal consciousness throughout the country. It links abstract theories of lawmaking...


Work and Employment in a Globalized Era: An Asia Pacific Focus

by Yaw A. Debrah & Ian G. Smith

Looking at the change in work brought about by globalization, this text examines how global competitive pressures in Asia are transforming workplace relations and impacting on strategies of managers as well...


War, Peace and Terror in the Middle East

by Raphael Israeli

A collection of articles about the fateful issues of war and peace in the Middle East, especially the evasive brands of war - terrorism and incitement.

Horrific words of incitement, followed by atrocious acts...


The Wrong War: Grit, Strategy, and the Way Out of Afghanistan

by Bing West

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In this definitive account of the conflict, acclaimed war correspondent and bestselling author Bing West provides a practical way out of Afghanistan. Drawing on his expertise as both a combat-hardened...


Why Government Fails So Often: And How It Can Do Better

by Peter Schuck

From healthcare to workplace conduct, the federal government is taking on ever more responsibility for managing our lives. At the same time, Americans have never been more disaffected with Washington, seeing...


War Is a Force that Gives Us Meaning

by Chris Hedges

A veteran New York Times war correspondent's complex, moving, and thought-provoking reflection on how life is lived most intensely in times of war


All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power

by Nomi Prins

Prins shows how powerful Wall Street bankers partnered with presidents to became the unelected leaders of the 20th century.