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  • The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Very Short Introductionby Martin Bunton

    OUP Oxford 2013; US$ 7.99

    The conflict between Palestine and Israel is one of the most highly publicized and bitter struggles in history. In this accessible and stimulating Very Short Introduction, Martin Bunton clearly explains the history of the problem, reducing it to its very essence - a modern territorial contest between two nations and one geographical territory. more...

  • When Globalization Failsby James Macdonald

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 6.79

    IS GLOBALIZATION AN UNINTENDED RECIPE FOR WAR? Taking this question as its starting point, James Macdonald's When Globalization Fails offers a rich, original account of war, peace, and trade in the twentieth century—and a cautionary tale for the twenty-first. In the late nineteenth century, liberals exulted that the spread of international commerce... more...

  • The United Nationsby Norrie MacQueen

    Oneworld Publications 2012; US$ 7.99

    Since its inception in 1945, the United Nations has had a powerful but controversial influence on global politics. In this informative guide, Norrie MacQueen provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to its institutions, remit, personalities, and role in the modern world. Defending it from common criticisms of bureaucratic paralysis and bias... more...

  • International Relationsby Charles Jones

    Oneworld Publications 2014; US$ 7.99

    Today, more than ever, we are buffeted by forces that originate from beyond our shores. Whether it’s war, economics, politics, or law, we live in a global world influenced by a complex landscape of international transactions. Esteemed academic Charles Jones ably provides the building blocks to understand the history of these interactions, outlining... more...

  • Putinismby Walter Laqueur

    St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 19.59

    There is no question that tensions between Russia and American are on the rise. The forced annexation of Crimea, the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17, and the Russian government's treatment of homosexuals have created diplomatic standoffs and led to a volley of economic sanctions. Much of the blame for Russia's recent hostility towards the... more...

  • The Forbidden Gameby Dan Washburn

    Oneworld Publications 2016; US$ 6.99

    Financial Times Best Book of 2014 It’s still known as the rich man’s game” and considered taboo, and yet golf is booming in China hundreds of new courses have opened in the past decade, despite it being illegal for anyone to build them. Award-winning journalist Dan Washburn follows the lives of three men intimately involved in China’s bizarre... more...

  • Doneby Jacques Peretti

    Hodder & Stoughton 2017; US$ 24.99

    What if the way we understand our world is wrong? What if it isn't politicians and events that shape our lives, but secret deals made by people you've never heard of? This book tells the story of the secret deals that are changing the world, and revolutionizing everything we do, including money, the food we eat, what we buy, and the drugs we take... more...

  • Holy War, Inc.by Peter L. Bergen

    Free Press 2001; US$ 19.99

    On September 11, 2001, the world in which we live was changed forever. The twin towers of the World Trade Center came crashing down, one side of the Pentagon burst into flame, and more than six thousand men, women, and children lost their lives in the most deadly terrorist attack on American soil. As shocking as it was, it had been long in the making:... more...

  • The Planetary Interestby Kennedy Graham

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 61.95

    This text suggests that contemporary political and institutional arrangements for problem-solving, based on sovereignty as a principle and the nation-state as a decision-making unit, are not equipped to handle such problems and that concepts and methods of decision-making are therefore needed to augment existing ones in dealing with the challenges... more...

  • If a Place Can Make You Cryby Daniel Gordis

    Crown/Archetype 2002; US$ 24.00

    In the summer of 1998, Daniel Gordis and his family moved to Israel from Los Angeles. They planned to be there for a year, during which time Daniel would be a Fellow at the Mandel Institute in Jerusalem. This was a euphoric time in Israel. The economy was booming, and peace seemed virtually guaranteed. A few months into their stay, Gordis and his wife... more...