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  • National, International, and Human Securityby Laura Neack

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2017; US$ 31.99

    This concise updated edition offers a clear and comprehensive comparison of national, international, and human security. Laura Neack frames key concepts and policies, paired with timely new case studies, arguing that security remains elusive due to a centuries-old ethic insisting that states are the only viable international actors. more...

  • How Statesmen Thinkby Robert Jervis

    Princeton University Press 2017; US$ 29.95 US$ 27.25

    Robert Jervis has been a pioneering leader in the study of the psychology of international politics for more than four decades. How Statesmen Think presents his most important ideas on the subject from across his career. This collection of revised and updated essays applies, elaborates, and modifies his pathbreaking work. The result is an indispensable... more...

  • Nuclear Multilateralism and Iranby Tarja Cronberg

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 25.00

    Drawing on the author?s personal experience, this book presents an insider?s chronology and policy analysis of the EU?s role in the nuclear negotiations with Iran. The European Union strives to be a global player, a ?soft power? leader that can influence international politics and state behavior. Yet critics argue that the EU?s Common Foreign and... more...

  • Merchants of Menby Loretta Napoleoni

    Atlantic Books 2017; US$ 11.99

    Every day, a powerful and sophisticated underground business delivers thousands of refugees along the Mediterranean coasts of Europe. A new breed of criminals, risen from the post-9/11 political chaos and the fi?asco of the Arab Spring, coupled with the destabilization of Syria and Iraq and the rise of ISIS, controls it. The ever-increasing political... more...

  • Nuclear Asymmetry and Deterrenceby Jan Ludvik

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 54.95

    This book offers a broader theory of nuclear deterrence and examines the way nuclear and conventional deterrence interact with non-military factors in a series of historical case studies. The existing body of literature largely leans toward the analytical primacy of nuclear deterrence and it is often implicitly assumed that nuclear weapons are so... more...

  • Space Warfare in the 21st Centuryby Joan Johnson-Freese

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 42.95

    This book examines the recent shift in US space policy and the forces that continually draw the US back into a space-technology security dilemma. The dual-use nature of the vast majority of space technology, meaning of value to both civilian and military communities and being unable to differentiate offensive from defensive intent of military hardware,... more...

  • Iraqby Jeremy Greenstock

    Random House 2016; US$ 36.65

    Tony Blair's decision to back George W. Bush in his attack on Iraq will go down as a defining moment for Blair, and for Britain. As Ambassador to the UN, Sir Jeremy Greenstock was centre stage in the dramatic months leading up to the Iraq war. After the war he was Special Envoy for Iraq, the UK?s highest authority on the ground, and he worked side... more...

  • Able Archer 83by Nate Jones; Thomas S. Blanton

    The New Press 2016; US$ 27.99

    In November 1983, Soviet nuclear forces went on high alert. After months nervously watching increasingly assertive NATO military posturing, Soviet intelligence agencies in Western Europe received flash telegrams reporting alarming activity on U.S. bases. In response, the Soviets began planning for a countdown to a nuclear first strike by NATO on Eastern... more...

  • The Evolving U.S. Nuclear Narrativeby Rebecca K.C. Hersman; Clark Murdock; Shanelle Van

    Center for Strategic & International Studies 2016; US$ 34.99

    This report tracks the changing conceptual and political landscape of U.S. nuclear deterrence to illuminate the gap in prioritizing the nuclear arsenal and to build a compelling rationale for tactical personnel explaining the role and value of U.S. nuclear weapons. more...

  • Countering Weapons of Mass Destructionby Albert J. Mauroni

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2016; US$ 49.99

    This book uses a public policy framework to examine how the U.S. government, and in particular the U.S. military, should address the potential use of unconventional weapons in the 21st century. It discusses past policy efforts before offering a critical review of current strategies and proposes new national framework for countering WMD. more...