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Eurasian Corridors of Interconnection: From the South China to the Caspian Sea

by Susan M. Walcott & Corey Johnson

Connectivity, as well as conflict, characterizes Eurasia. This edited volume explores dynamic geopolitical and geo-economic links reconfiguring spaces from the eastern edge of Europe through the western edge...


International Relations Theory: A Critical Introduction

by Cynthia Weber

The fourth edition of this innovative textbook introduces students to the main theories in international relations. It explains and analyzes each theory, allowing students to understand and critically engage...


Democracy, Revolution and Geopolitics in Latin America: Understanding Polarized Politics in Venezuela: Venezuela and the International Politics of Dis

by Luis Fernando Angosto-Ferrández

Hugo Chávez won re-election in the 2012 Venezuelan presidential election, despite a closer margin between candidates than in previous elections. The results were puzzling for those who believed that Chávez's...


Trust Me: Australians and Their Politicians

by Jackie Dickenson

A lively look at the deep distrust between Australians and the people they elect to office, this book showcases the long history of such an uneasy relationship. From the 1850s to the 2013 election, Jackie Dickenson...


Righting the Balance: How You Can Help Protect America

by Daniel Serwer

When Daniel Serwer is asked what he does, he often replies, ôI make peace. I put it in cans and ship it abroad.ö That pursuit of peace took him to Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, and many places in between...


U.S. National Security and Foreign Policymaking After 9/11: Present at the Re-creation

by Kent M. Bolton

U.S. National Security Policymaking: Present at the Re-Creation examines the external, societal, and governmental sources of change to U.S. national-security policymaking that were begun by 9/11, memorialized...


The Nixon Administration and the Middle East Peace Process, 1969¿1973: From the Rogers Plan to the Outbreak of the Yom Kippur War

by Boaz Vanetik & Zaki Shalom

The Yom Kippur War was a watershed moment in Israeli society and a national trauma whose wounds have yet to heal some four decades later. In the years following the war many studies addressed the internal and...


John Kass's Odyssey: A Journey of Discovery in Greece and Turkey

by John Kass

John Kass's Odyssey is a nine-article Chicago Tribune series from April 2012 that relates the economic and political transformations of Greece and Turkey from the always-honest perspective of an award-winning...


The Rule of Law in South Korea

by Jongryn Mo & David W. Brady

Expert contributors examine the challenges of fully implementing the rule of law in South Korea's fledgling democracy and market economy. The expert contributors detail the obstacles that must be overcome, such...


Nuclear Nightmares: Securing the World Before It Is Too Late

by Joseph Cirincione

There is a high risk that someone will use, by accident or design, one or more of the 17,000 nuclear weapons in the world today. Many thought such threats ended with the Cold War or that current policies can...


Holding the Line: Race, Racism, and American Foreign Policy Toward Africa, 1953-1961

by George, Jr. White

The Eisenhower administration's confrontation with Africa demonstrates the significance of race in the creation and execution of American foreign policy. In this new work, historian George White, Jr., explores...


State Responses to Human Security: At Home and Abroad

by Courtney Hillebrecht, Tyler R. White & Patrice C. McMahon

The aim of this book is to analyse why and how states respond to human security, both at home and abroad.

Although states still define security as "the defense of territory" from military attack, increasingly...


Theory of the Political Subject: Void Universalism II

by Sergei Prozorov

Together these two companion volumes develop an innovative theory of world politics, grounded in the reinterpretation of the concepts of 'world' and 'politics' from an ontological perspective.

Theory of the...


International Relations Theory: A Critical Introduction

by Cynthia Weber

International Relations Theory: A Critical Introduction is an innovative new textbook, which introduces students to the main theories in International Relations. It also deconstructs each theory allowing students...


Japan's Re-Emergence as a 'Normal' Military Power

by Christopher Hughes

Is Japan re-emerging as a normal, or even a great, military power in regional and global security affairs? This Adelphi Paper assesses the overall trajectory of Japan's security policy over the last decade,...


The Changing Geopolitics of Eastern Europe

by Dr A H Dawson & Rick Fawn

This work covers the uncertain geopolitical situation of some countries of Central and Eastern Europe, including some of those which are hoping to enter the European Union in the near future, some for which...


North Africa, Islam and the Mediterranean World: From the Almoravids to the Algerian War

by Julia Clancy-Smith

Long regarded as the preserve of French scholars and Francophone audiences due to its significance to France's colonial empire, North Africa is increasingly recognized for its own singular importance as a crossover...


Israeli Diplomacy and the Quest for Peace

by Mordechai Gazit

This account of key issues in Israel's foreign policy offers a new insight into Israeli thinking. It also covers issues where the focus is on American, British, Egyptian and Jordanian diplomacy. The author's...


Seeing Drugs: Modernization, Counterinsurgency, and U.S. Narcotics Control in the Third World, 1969-1976

by Daniel Weimer

Since its declaration in the early 1970s, the American drug war has spanned the globe in a quest to stop the flow of illegal drugs into the United States. Explaining the conceptual framework within which policymakers...


Safe for Decolonization: The Eisenhower Administration, Britain, and Singapore

by S.R. Joey Long

In the first decade after World War II, Singapore underwent radical political and socioeconomic changes with the progressive retreat of Great Britain from its Southeast Asian colonial empire. The United States,...