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  • Profits, Security, and Human Rights in Developing Countriesby James Rochlin

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 130.00

    The extractive sector is a particular area of expertise for Canada and more than half of Canada?s mining assets abroad are located in Latin America, specifically in Brazil, Peru, Chile, and Colombia. The Canada-Colombia accord was the first free-trade agreement in the world to include annual Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIA), and also includes... more...

  • The Right Way to Lose a Warby Dominic Tierney

    Little, Brown and Company 2015; Not Available

    Why has America stopped winning wars? For nearly a century, up until the end of World War II in 1945, America enjoyed a Golden Age of decisive military triumphs. And then suddenly, we stopped winning wars. The decades since have been a Dark Age of failures and stalemates-in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan-exposing our inability to change... more...

  • The Right Way to Lose a Warby Dominic Tierney

    Little, Brown and Company 2015; US$ 30.76

    Why has America stopped winning wars? For nearly a century, up until the end of World War II in 1945, America enjoyed a Golden Age of decisive military triumphs. And then suddenly, we stopped winning wars. The decades since have been a Dark Age of failures and stalemates-in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan-exposing our inability to change... more...

  • The Right Way to Lose a Warby Dominic Tierney

    Little, Brown and Company 2015; Not Available

    Why has America stopped winning wars? For nearly a century, up until the end of World War II in 1945, America enjoyed a Golden Age of decisive military triumphs. And then suddenly, we stopped winning wars. The decades since have been a Dark Age of failures and stalemates-in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan-exposing our inability to change... more...

  • Take This Job and Ship Itby Byron L. Dorgan

    St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 22.99

    Our trade deficit increases by $2 billion a day. Pharmaceutical companies and their lobbyists have such influence in Washington that Medicare, by current law, is not allowed to negotiate lower drug prices. We import oil on an ever-increasing scale, putting ourselves into dept with the Saudis, the Kuwaitis, and other Middle Eastern nations. With their... more...

  • The Sino-American Alliance: Nationalist China and American Cold War Strategy in Asiaby John W. Garver

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 49.95

    This study provides an analysis of the role the United States alliance with Nationalist China played in US strategy to contain first the Sino-Soviet alliance and then China during the 1950s and 1960s. more...

  • Unstately Powerby Lynn T. III White

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 49.95

    A critique of America's flawed Asia policy that centres on US-Japan relations but harkens back to the same disastrous views that drew America into Vietnam. The technique is a narrative flow of short vignettes woven into longer chapters; the main strands are personal reflections and interviews. more...

  • The George W. Bush Foreign Policy Reader: Presidential Speeches with Commentaryby John W. Dietrich

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 49.95

    India has become one of the hottest business stories in the news. Covering the fast-growing economy, the twists and turns of domestic politics, labor in the large informal sector, the cultural roots of Hindu nationalism, the foreign relations roller coaster, the business of Bollywood, and a special chapter covering the range of new resources about... more...

  • Aggression against Ukraineby Thomas D. Grant

    Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 105.00

    Conquest, annexation, secession by force?these belong to a statecraft which great powers after World War II seemed to have set aside for good. Russia in 2014 however brought them back. Aggression against Ukraine examines the stakes in Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk and other troubled borderlands?and for international law and public order as a whole. more...