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The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide

Lionel Gelber Prize 2014

by Gary J. Bass

A riveting history—the first full account—of the involvement of Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger in the 1971 atrocities in Bangladesh that led to war between India and Pakistan, shaped the fate of Asia,...


One Country

by Ali Abunimah

A provocative approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict--one state for two peoples--that is sure to touch nerves on all sides

The Israeli-Palestinian war has been called the world's most intractable conflict....


Saudi Arabia in the New Middle East

by F. Gregory Gause III

Gause posits that, though the Arab Awakening has caused tensions in Saudi-American relations, the two countries do not face a crisis and still have significant mutual interests that should be prioritized.


Allies of a Kind: The United States, Britain and the War Against Japan, 1941-1945

by Christopher Thorne

An analysis of American and British policies and interactions with the Far East during World War II. This digital edition was derived from ACLS Humanities E-Book's (http://www.humanitiesebook.org) online version...


The Un General Assembly

by M.J. Peterson

The United Nations General Assembly is arguably the most important discussion forum in global politics. This is a concise and accessible introduction to its history, organization and politics.

Examining the...


A Handful of Bullets: How the Murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Still Menaces the Peace

by Harlan K. Ullman

The Great War or the “War to end all Wars” as promised by President Woodrow Wilson was neither great nor ultimately conclusive. Precipitated by the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand...


States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control

by Jeffrey Herbst

Theories of international relations, assumed to be universally applicable, have failed to explain the creation of states in Africa. There, the interaction of power and space is dramatically different from what...


A State Beyond The Pale: Europe's Problem With Israel

by Robin Shepherd

The Jewish state of Israel has now acquired the status of a pariah across much of the West and especially in Europe. For many, it has become the contemporary equivalent of apartheid South Africa - a system and...


Theory and Practice of Paradiplomacy: Subnational Governments in International Affairs

by Alexander S Kuznetsov

This book examines and systematises the theoretical dimensions of paradiplomacy - the role of subnational governments in international relations.

Throughout the world, subnational governments play an active...


Failed Statebuilding: Intervention, the State, and the Dynamics of Peace Formation

by Oliver Richmond

Western struggles-and failures-to create functioning states in countries such as Iraq or Afghanistan have inspired questions about whether statebuilding projects are at all viable, or whether they make the lives...


The Role of Intelligence in Ending the War in Bosnia in 1995

by Timothy R. Walton, Pia Antolic-Piper & Jonathan R. Alger

Based on primary sources, this book examines the 1995 Dayton Peace agreement, which ended the fighting in Bosnia, to show how American decision-making works on a complex issue. It takes a multidisciplinary approach...


Outpost: Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy: A Memoir

by Christopher R. Hill

An “inside the room” memoir from one of our most distinguished ambassadors who—in a career of service to the country—was sent to some of the most dangerous outposts of American diplomacy. From the wars...


Iran and the United States: An Insider¿s View on the Failed Past and the Road to Peace

by Seyed Hossein Mousavian & Shahir Shahidsaless

Scores of books have been written by Western experts, mainly American, looking at the root causes of the conflict between Iran and the US. However, none of them have presented an inside look at this complex...


Post-Conflict Environment

by Daniel Bertrand Monk & Jacob Mundy

In case studies focusing on contemporary crises spanning Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, the scholars in this volume examine the dominant prescriptive practices of late neoliberal post-conflict...


Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations Since 1945

by Heather L. Dichter & Andrew L. Johns

International sporting events, including the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup, have experienced profound growth in popularity and significance since the mid-twentieth century. Sports often facilitate diplomacy,...


Metternich's Diplomacy at Its Zenith, 1820-1823: Austria and the Congresses of Troppau, Laibach, and Verona

by Paul W. Schroeder

What Metiernich wanted at the peak of his career, why he wanted it, and the methods by which he achieved his goals are questions brilliantly answered in this survey and analysis of the Austrian chancellor's...


The Russia-China Axis: The New Cold War and America's Crisis of Leadership

by Douglas E. Schoen & Melik Kaylan

The United States is a nation in crisis. While Washington’s ability to address our most pressing challenges has been rendered nearly impotent by ongoing partisan warfare, we face an array of foreign-policy...


The Punishment of Gaza

by Gideon Levy

Israel’s 2009 invasion of Gaza was an act of aggression that killed over a thousand Palestinians and devastated the infrastructure of an already impoverished enclave. The Punishment of Gaza shows how the ground...


Ambassadors at Sea: The High and Low Adventures of a Diplomat

by Henry E., Jr. Catto

In 1969, Henry Catto was selling insurance in San Antonio, Texas. Just twenty years later, he presented his credentials as ambassador to the Court of St. James's to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, at Buckingham...


The Dismantling of the Good Neighbor Policy

by Bryce Wood

The Good Neighbor Policy was unique: a great power obligated itself not to use force in its dealings with twenty smaller powers and not to interfere in their domestic politics. It was a policy that lasted, with...