922 books (47 pages) in this category
Julius Malema and the New ANC
by Fiona Forde
The first thorough investigation of the demagogue who is the face of the new South African politics. ...
by Patricia J. Campbell
Taking an interdisciplinary approach, <i>An Introduction to Global Studies</i> presents readers with a solid introduction to the complex, interconnected forces and issues confronting today's globalized world. <ul type="disc"> <li>Introduces ...
by Charles Stewart III
The only undergraduate Congress text written from a rational-choice perspective.<br /> <br /> <p><i>Analyzing Congress</i> provides students with the basic analytical tools for understanding congressional politics. In addition to introducing ...
Choices, Conflicts, and Practices
by Michael C. Munger
Rationality, Behavior and Instititutions
by Kenneth A. Shepsle
<br /> <b>Analyzing Politics</b> makes the fundamentals of rational-choice theory accessible to undergraduates in clear, nontechnical language. <p>Through case studies, illustrations, and examples, the author provides students with the means to
From the Death of Bin Laden to the Rise of the Islamic State
by Ali Soufan
Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain
by David Wearing
by John A. Byers
Investigating a whole host of species from around the globe, the first short and affordable introduction to this growing field of study 'Byers ultimately makes the reader yearn to join him and watch animals for a livingE an excellent example of ...
by Simon Tormey
Every aspect of the anti-capitalist world is covered in this helpful guide, from WOMBLES to Zapatistas, NGOs to environmentalism, Paris 1968 to Seattle, and beyond. Picking up where Naomi Klein left off, this is not so much a manifesto as a ...
by Perry Anderson
by Sophia Hatzisavvidou
Ethics and Politics from Aristotle to MacIntyre
by Kelvin Knight
Aristotle is the most influential philosopher of practice, and Knight's new book explores the continuing importance of Aristotelian philosophy. First, it examines the theoretical bases of what Aristotle said about ethical, political and ...
Defectors Talk About Their Lives Inside the World's Most Secretive Nation
by Daniel Tudor
by Michael Hardt
by Catherine Mayer
by Rebecca Huntley
What do Australians want most from their next government? In this vivid, grounded, surprising essay, Rebecca Huntley listens to the people and hears a call for change.<BR><BR>Too often we focus on the angry, reactionary minority. But, Huntley ...
by Frank Moorhouse
<b>ASIO has kept a file on Frank Moorhouse since he was seventeen. Now Frank has decided it is time to report on ASIO.<br><br></b>This year ASIO has extended its surveillance powers, made the issuing of warrants easier and limited the freedom of
by Richard Flanagan
'Non-freedom to the Western mind is inevitably linked with images of backwardness - Soviet tractors, East German Trabants, Kim Jong Il's haircut. But non-freedom these days is also iPads, iPhones and a dazzling array of less iconic but ...
by Stan Grant
In Quarterly Essay 64, Stan Grant takes a deep and passionate look at Indigenous futures, in particular the fraught question of remote communities.<BR><BR>Moving beyond simplistic talk of "lifestyle choices," Grant explores what makes for a ...
by Carl Ungerer
This textbook examines changes to Australian foreign policy since 9/11 and the rise of global Islamic terrorism. It covers each of the main areas of Australian foreign policy ? security, trade, development assistance, multilateral institutions ...