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- University of California Press 2014; US$ 29.95
One Land, Two States imagines a new vision for Israel and Palestine in a situation where the peace process has failed to deliver an end of conflict. "If the land cannot be shared by geographical division, and if a one-state solution remains unacceptable," the book asks, "can the land be shared in some other way?" Leading Palestinian and Israeli... more...
- Hoover Institution Press 2014; US$ 7.99
In The Consequences of Syria , Lee Smith analyzes the current U.S. administration?s stance on Syria, questioning whether it will build the foundations of a new Middle East or usher in an era of instability that will affect the entire world. The author contends that the many apparent shifts in the administration?s Syria policy were part of a messaging... more...
- Seren 2013; US$ 14.57
Robert Minhinnick?s latest prose collection follows him to China, theTower of Babel and Wales via the mysterious ‘Island of Lightning?. Teeming with vivid depictions of people and the natural world, these twenty-three texts are an exhilarating combination of poetry, magic realism and wanderlust. On the journey we read about Minhinnick?s time spent... more...
- Hesperus Press 2014; US$ 9.99
Travel with Kipling through India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canton (now Guangzhou), Japan, and Burma Rudyard Kipling spent many years abroad and his relationship with India is explored in several of his works, both fiction and non-fiction. After leaving school, Kipling was sent to Lahore to work at a local newspaper. He would go on, a few years later,... more...
- Stanford University Press 2014; US$ 65.00
The Mediterranean port of Livorno was home to one of the most prominent and privileged Jewish enclaves of early modern Europe. Focusing on Livornese Jewry, this book offers an alternative perspective on Jewish acculturation during the eighteenth century, and reassesses common assumptions about the interactions of Jews with outside culture and the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 60.95
Kakuei Tanaka was the most powerful politician in Japan for nearly two decades, and his followers have dominated Japanese politics for most of the country's recent history. This account of the life and times of Tanaka explores the public profile and private power-broking of a controversial and powerful politician, opening up in the process the intimate... more...
- Lexington Books 2014; US$ 94.99
The Middle East and its problems have become a constant source of news and public interest, but the current issues cannot be understood without a firm grasp on the historical context of the conflicts. Britain?s Unfulfilled Mandate for Palestine provides this context for one of the most significant issues in current global politics?Israel?s relations... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 53.95
For thirty years in India at the cusp of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Henry Thomas Colebrooke was an administrator and scholar with the East India Company. The Making of Western Indology explains and evaluates Colebrooke?s role as the founder of modern Indology. The book discusses how Colebrooke embodies the significant passage from... more...
- Interlink Publishing 2014; US$ 17.00
During the summer of 2011, armed with a camera and a map, award-winning Canadian filmmaker and photographer Afzal Huda set out to chronicle the Separation Wall in Palestine. His aim was to magnify the ugly face of the Wall and depict the contradictions and hardships endured by human beings living under a military occupation. He was intent on showing... more...