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  • Governing the World?by Sophie Harman; David Williams

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 42.95

    This text provides an introduction to and exploration of the practices of global governance in contemporary international politics. It consists of a series of case studies written by specialists on the most important areas within global governance.      more...

  • Japan: Beyond the End of Historyby David Williams

    Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 73.95

    Analyses the challenge that Japan's public policy presents to Western traditions of theory practice in political economy: an important discussion that confronts Fukuyama's 'end of history' thesis. more...

  • Japan and the Enemies of Open Political Scienceby David Williams

    Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 73.95

    The historical experience of Japan in the period since it embarked on 'modernization' illuminates the limitations of Western social theory. more...

  • Defending Japan's Pacific Warby David Williams

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 59.95

    'Defending Japan's Pacific War is a major achievement for which the author must be congratulated.  A necessarily selective review cannot do full justice to it. Its deserves a wide readership beyond Japan studies.' - Kenn Nakata Steffensen, Department of Political and International Studies, SOAS, University of London.   'Williams's Pacific... more...

  • Collaborative Theatreby David Williams

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 48.95

    Collaborative Theatre combines critical and historical essays by theatre scholars from around the world with the writings of and interviews with members of le Théâtre du Soleil, past and present. more...

  • Condorcet and Modernityby David Williams

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 50.00

    A full treatment of Condorcet's politics, and a major contribution to enlightenment studies from a senior scholar. more...

  • Poison Farmby David Williams

    Thorogood Publishing 2004; US$ 15.95

    In this true crime story, investigative journalist David Williams unravels the 60-year old mystery of who murdered wealthy Suffolk business-man and womaniser William Murfitt. more...

  • Bitterly Dividedby David Williams

    New Press, The 2010; US$ 19.95

     A fascinating look at a hidden side of the South?s history more...

  • Desert Englandby David Williams

    Andrews UK 2011; US$ 8.99

    A terrifying tidal wave was sweeping across Europe, leaving widespread devastation in its wake. But this was no natural phenomenon; this was a wholly manmade weapon of terror, dubbed by the foreign media as ‘the English disease’: football hooliganism. In the months leading up to FIFA’s decision as to which country would have the prestigious... more...

  • Murder in Adventby David Williams

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 5.57

    Litchester Cathedral, usually an oasis of cloistered calm, suddenly finds itself at the centre of an acrimonious dispute over the proposed sale of its 1225 copy of the Magna Carta. Merchant banker Mark Treasure is invited down to sort out the squabbling cathedral chapter. But even as he journeys down to Litchester a fire destroys the ecclesiastical... more...