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  • British Politics For Dummiesby Julian Knight

    Wiley 2010; US$ 27.95 US$ 22.36

    So - you want to be knowledgeable about British politics but don't know where to start. The rich history, complex statistics and tricky political jargon are getting in your way, not to mention the media hype (is politics only about duck houses and moats?). But don't worry! British Politics For Dummies is your essential guide to understanding even... more...

  • Why the French Don't Like Headscarvesby John R. Bowen

    Princeton University Press 2010; US$ 29.95

    The French government's 2004 decision to ban Islamic headscarves and other religious signs from public schools puzzled many observers, both because it seemed to infringe needlessly on religious freedom, and because it was hailed by many in France as an answer to a surprisingly wide range of social ills, from violence against females in poor suburbs... more...

  • The End of the Westby David Marquand

    Princeton University Press 2011; US$ 24.95

    Has Europe's extraordinary postwar recovery limped to an end? It would seem so. The United Kingdom, Belgium, France, Italy, and former Soviet Bloc countries have experienced ethnic or religious disturbances, sometimes violent. Greece, Ireland, and Spain are menaced by financial crises. And the euro is in trouble. In The End of the West , David Marquand,... more...

  • Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruniby Valerie Benaim

    Andrews UK 2011; US$ 5.99

    Nicholas Sarkozy was elected President of France with a broken heart. Shortly after he took office, his second wife, Ceceila, left him for another man. He sat brooding alone by night in the Presidential Palace. Though on top of the world, and one of the most powerful men in Europe, he felt very much alone. Sick of his own company, he asked a friend... more...

  • The Killing Of The Countrysideby Graham Harvey

    Random House 2011; US$ 12.68

    Over then past fifty years the British countryside has changed out of all recognition. A wide range of wildlife species are disappearing - victims of modern intensive farming, of pesticides and fertilisers and the sheer relentless pressure to maximise output from every hedge bank and field corner. It need not have happened. The loss of our wildlife... more...

  • Life in Europe Under Climate Changeby Joseph Alcamo; Jorgen E. Olesen

    Wiley 2012; US$ 82.95

    Life in Europe will indeed go on as the climate changes, but not in the same way as before. The air will be warmer, winds will change, patterns of rainfall and snowfall will alter, and sea level is likely to rise. These phenomena are already being seen. Europe will in the future experience marked changes in vegetation cover, increased floods along... more...

  • The European Unionby Alasdair Blair

    Oneworld Publications 2012; US$ 14.99

    The world?s greatest importer and exporter, the European Union is an economic superpower with a GDP even larger than th US. It is America?s most important trading partner and a key ally on the world stage, but how much do we really know about the nature and aim of European integration? And, in an increasingly multipolar world, will it ever challenge... more...

  • One of Usby Asne Seierstad; Sarah Death

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 17.99

    A harrowing and thorough account of the massacre that upended Norway, and the trial that helped put the country back together On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik detonated a bomb outside government buildings in central Oslo, killing eight people. He then proceeded to a youth camp on the island of Ut°ya, where he killed sixty-nine more, most... more...

  • Europe's Orphanby Martin Sandbu

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 29.95

    Originally conceived as part of a unifying vision for Europe, the euro is now viewed as a millstone around the neck of a continent crippled by vast debts, sluggish economies, and growing populist dissent. In Europe?s Orphan , leading economic commentator Martin Sandbu presents a compelling defense of the euro. He argues that rather than blaming the... more...

  • The Conflict in Ukraineby Serhy Yekelchyk

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 10.99

    Ukraine has long been a country rent by linguistic differences, ethnic strife and divided political loyalties. This book provides the crucial historical background for understanding the conflict in Ukraine. It also looks beyond the appearance of ethnic strife to the conflict's deeper causes, the clash of different political models and concepts of citizenship. more...