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Triple Cross: How bin Laden's Master Spy Penetrated the CIA, the Green Berets, and the FBI

by Peter Lance

"A chilling account of a killer who slipped through the hands of a daft justice system….Triple Cross chronicles one of the most vicious spies of our time."—Toronto Sun

In the years prior to 2001, no single...


Religions and Development

by Emma Tomalin

The text will present, explain and critically evaluate different sorts of literature from a range of disciplines that are relevant to thinking about the relationships between religions and development. It provides...


Planning Sustainable Transport

by Barry Hutton

First Published in 2013. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Russian Multinationals: From Regional Supremacy to Global Lead

by Andrei Panibratov

Russian multinationals are playing an increasingly important role in the world economy, particularly in some key sectors such as oil, gas and metallurgy. At the same time, Russian multinationals differ in many...


Women Entrepreneurs: Inspiring Stories from Emerging Economies and Developing Countries

by Mauro F. Guillen

Women Entrepreneurs offers a collection of over two dozen cases that explore the process by which women become entrepreneurs, and the opportunities and challenges they face in growing their businesses. Each...


Technology, Gender and China S Great Transformations

by Francesca Bray

What can the history of technology contribute to our understanding of late imperial China? Most stories about technology in pre-modern China follow a well-worn plot: in about 1400 after an early ferment of creativity...


International and Comparative Criminal Justice: A Critical Introduction

by Mark J. Findlay

International criminal justice is in transition. This book explores the growing internationalisation of criminal justice as a phenomenon of global governance. It provides students with a critical understanding...


Food and Development

by E.M. Young

This text analyzes diverse food related problems, namely: the continued prevalence of mass under nutrition in the developing world; acute food crises in some places associated with conflict; the emergence of...


North American Integration: An Institutional Void in Migration, Security and Development

by Gaspare M. Genna & David A. Mayer-Foulkes

The course of events since the implementation of NAFTA has had unexpected elements with significant impacts on North American integration. First has been the rise of China as a larger source of imports and production...


Cultivating Cosmopolitanism for Intercultural Communication: Communicating as a Global Citizen

by Miriam Sobré-Denton & NILANJANA BARDHAN

This book engages the notion of cosmopolitanism as it applies to intercultural communication, which itself is undergoing a turn in its focus from post-positivistic research towards critical/interpretive and...


Class, States and International Relations: A Critical Appraisal of Robert Cox and Neo-Gramscian Theory

by Adrian Budd

This book provides an outline and a critique of neo-Gramscian international relations theory, from a Marxist perspective.

Focusing on the pioneering work of Robert Cox, but also drawing on the wider neo-Gramscian...


Religion in International Relations

by Nukhet Sandal & Jonathan Fox

There is a growing realization among international relations scholars and practitioners that religion is a critical factor in global politics. The Iranian Revolution, the September 11 attacks, the ethno-religious...


Creativity and Advertising: Affect, Events and Process

by Andrew McStay

@text Andrew McStay identifies and explores key historical, cultural and philosophical discourses that give rise to contemporary notions of advertising creativity.


Televising Democracies

by Bob Franklin

Published in 1992, this was the first book to assess the impact of television broadcasting on the House of Commons and its Member's behaviour. It looks at the implications for political journalism as well as...


The International Relations Discipline in France

by Henrik Breitenbauch

Why is the French International Relations (IR) discipline different from the transnational-American discipline? By analysing argument structures in research articles across time, this book shows how the discipline...


Television News and the Elderly: Broadcast Managers' Attitudes Toward Older Adults

by Michael L. Hilt

This concise survey investigates the television general managers' and news directors' attitudes towards the elderly in the United States. Originally published in 1997, it raises important issues of ageing in...


Television and the Aggressive Child: A Cross-National Comparison

by L. Rowell Huesmann & Leonard D. Eron

The research presented in this book, originally published in 1986, looks to pinpoint the psychological processes involved in the media violence-aggression relation. Expanding on earlier studies, the compilation...


The Language of Television: Uses and Abuses

by Albert Hunt

The first part of this book assesses how television presents viewers with information - contrasting the 'official reality' of news and current affairs programmes with the anarchic view of the world put out by...


The Ideological Octopus: An Exploration of Television and Its Audience

by Justin Lewis

Originally published in 1991, this introduction to studying the television audience discusses developments in semiology and cultural studies and their contribution to our understanding of the power of television....


China Turned on: Television, Reform and Resistance

by James Lull

The years following the Cultural Revolution saw the arrival of television as part of China's effort to 'modernize' and open up to the West. Endorsed by the Deng Xiaoping regime as a 'bridge' between government...