807 books (41 pages) in this category

Human Rights in China

A Social Practice in the Shadows of Authoritarianism

by John Wiley & Sons (UK)

How can we make sense of human rights in China's authoritarian system? In this insightful book, China law expert Eva Pils offers a nuanced account of this contentious area, examining human rights as a set of social practices involving a variety ...

ISBN: 9781509500703

Binding: Paperback


Human Rights Overboard: Seeking Asylum in Australia

by Briskman Linda & Goddard Chris

In 2005, in the wake of the Cornelia Rau scandal, a citizen's inquiry was established to bear witness to events in Australian immigration-detention facilities. Until then, the federal government had refused to conduct a broad-ranging ...

ISBN: 9781921372407

Binding: Paperback


Humanitarian Business

by John Wiley & Sons (UK)

With some 50 million people living under duress and threatened by wars and disasters in 2012, the demand for relief worldwide has reached unprecedented levels. Humanitarianism is now a multi-billion dollar enterprise, and aid agencies are ...

ISBN: 9780745663326

Binding: Paperback


Humanitarian Intervention

by John Wiley & Sons (UK)

<p>A singular development in the post-Cold War era is the use of military force to protect human beings. From Rwanda to Kosovo, Sierra Leone to East Timor, and Libya to Cote d Ivoire, soldiers have rescued civilians in some of the world's most ...

ISBN: 9781509507320

Binding: Paperback


Humankind: Solidarity with Non-Human People

by Timothy Morton

What is it that makes humans human' As science and technology challenge the boundaries between life and non-life, between organic and inorganic, this ancient question is more timely than ever. Acclaimed object-oriented philosopher Timothy Morton

ISBN: 9781786631329

Binding: Paperback


Hybrid Conflicts and Information Warfare

Old Labels, New Politics

by Ofer Fridman

<P>What is hybrid warfare? And what role does information play in today’s conflicts? In the context of the technological/information revolution of the last two decades—which has greatly amplified the danger posed by nonmilitary means of ...

ISBN: 9781626377516

Binding: Hardback


IB Course Book: Global Politics 2016

by Max Kirsch

ISBN: 9780198308836

Binding: Paperback


Imagined Communities

by Bloomsbury

ISBN: 9781784786755

Binding: Paperback


Immigrant Nations

by John Wiley & Sons (UK)

This book is a major reassessment of how immigration is changing our world. The policies of multiculturalism that were implemented in the wake of post-war immigration have, especially since 9/11, come under intense scrutiny, and the continuing ...

ISBN: 9780745649627

Binding: Paperback


Immigrants against the State: Yiddish and Italian Anarchism in American

by Kenyon Zimmer

ISBN: 9780252080920

Binding: Paperback


Imperial Gamble

Putin, Ukraine, and the New Cold War

by Marvin Kalb

<p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">Marvin Kalb, former CBS Moscow bureau chief, traces how the Crimea of Catherine the Great has become a global tinder box, leading to a bloody civil war in Ukraine and a new Cold War between East and ...

ISBN: 9780815726647

Binding: Hardback


In Days to Come

A New Hope for Israel

by Avraham Burg

ISBN: 9781568589787

Binding: Hardback


In Defense of Left Populism

by Chantal Mouffe

Populism, today, is the expression of a crisis of liberal-democratic politics. It is more than an ideology or a political regime. It is a way of doing politics that can take various forms but emerges when one aims at building a new subject of ...

ISBN: 9781786637550

Binding: Hardback


In Search of Good Government: Great Expectations & Political Amnesia

by Laura Tingle

With the politics of rage and resentment dominating many Western nations, including Australia, Laura Tingle?s calm, perceptive analysis is more relevant than ever. What has happened to good government? Can Malcolm Turnbull apply the lessons of ...

ISBN: 9781863959285

Binding: Paperback


In the Shadow of the Dictators: The British Left in the 1930s

by Paul Corthorn

ISBN: 9781780760421

Binding: Paperback


Income Inequality in Capitalist Democracies: The Interplay of Values and Institutions

by Vicki Birchfield

ISBN: 9780271034416

Binding: Paperback


Incorrigible Optimist

by Gareth Evans

A colourful and central figure in Australian politics for two decades-described by Bob Hawke as having 'the most acute mind? of any of his ministers-Gareth Evans has also been applauded worldwide for his contributions, both as Foreign Minister ...

ISBN: 9780522866445

Binding: Hardback


India Today

Economy, Politics and Society

by John Wiley & Sons (UK)

Twenty years ago India was still generally thought of as an archetypal developing country, home to the largest number of poor people of any country in the world, and beset by problems of low economic growth, casteism and violent religious ...

ISBN: 9780745661124

Binding: Paperback


Inside Russian Politics

by Ed Bacon

<p>NEW SERIES: INSIDE GLOBAL POLITICS&nbsp;<br></p><p>Is there more to Russian politics than Putin?<br></p> <p><i>Inside Russian Politics</i> is an intelligent, critical, and engaging account of the realities of contemporary Russian politics. It

ISBN: 9781785902314

Binding: Paperback


Inside Story: Politics, Intrigue and Treachery from Thatcher to Brexit

by Philip Webster

An insider's account of the great political stories over the past three decades years, illustrated with Peter Brookes' iconic cartoons. With the wit and geniality that has made him so many friends in politics, Webster gives has written the ...

ISBN: 9780008201364

Binding: Paperback