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- Melbourne University Press 2011; US$ 26.65
The crisis in New South Wales Labor is so deep and has such significant ramifications that we need a massive dose of unadulterated, no-holds-barred honesty. The man who can deliver this honesty is Frank Sartor. An independent outsider who became a Labor minister in 2003, Sartor impressed and irritated insiders and the commentariat... more...
- Melbourne University Press 2011; US$ 33.32
A healthy democracy relies on a healthy electoral system. Are the ways we run elections and political parties adapting to contemporary challenges and learning from international experience? Drawing together leading political scientists and legal scholars, this collection examines pressing debates about the regulation of political finance, parties... more...
- Wiley 2013; US$ 28.95 US$ 25.09
How should one understand the nature and possibilities of political radicalism today? The political radical is normally thought of as someone who stands on the left, opposing backward-looking conservatism. In the present day, however, the left has turned defensive, while the right has become radical, advocating the free play of market forces no matter... more...
- Georgetown University Press 2013; US$ 26.95 US$ 21.56
What is driving political extremism in Pakistan? In early 2011, the prominent Pakistani politician Salmaan Taseer was assassinated by a member of his own security team for insulting Islam by expressing views in support of the rights of women and religious minorities. Benazir Bhutto, the former prime minister, was killed by gunfire and explosive devices... more...
- UNSW Press 2006; US$ 31.99
The book takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the corridors of parliament as seen through the eyes of a practitioner of thirty years experience in the bear pit on Macquarie Street. The authors seven years as one of its most highly regarded Speakers provides the background for this detailed and informative study... more...
- Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 49.95 US$ 39.96
This book is the first detailed study of administration and politics in premodern Burma and one of the few works of its kind for mainland Southeast Asia. Originally published in 1984. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2014; US$ 11.99
One of Us: An Australian Head of State is a timely contribution to the republican debate by leading academics and essayists from Tim Soutphommasane and Greg Barns to John Warhurst, edited by Damien Kingsbury .Shouldnt Australia have an Australian head of state? After all, we are a sovereign nation with a distinct identity, outlook and set of... more...
- Anthem Press 2014; US$ 82.50
This book explores retrogressive agrarian interventions by Pakistan?s military in the Punjab and details the social resentment and resistance it has initiated. more...
- NewSouth 2015; US$ 9.99
This book explains everything that Australians need to know about the proposal to recognise Aboriginal peoples in the Constitution. It details how our Constitution was drafted, and shows how Aboriginal peoples came to be excluded from the new political settlement. It explains what the 1967 referendum - in which over 90% of Australians voted to delete... more...