708 books (36 pages) in this category
by David Shambaugh
China's future is arguably the most consequential question in global affairs. Having enjoyed unprecedented levels of growth, China is at a critical juncture in the development of its economy, society, polity, national security, and international
Reassessing Collective Leadership
by Cheng Li
Examines how the structure and dynamics of Chinese party leadership have evolved since the late 1990s and argues that "inner-party democracy" - the concept of collective leadership that emphasizes deal making based on accepted rules and norms - ...
A Christian View
by John Roth
From a leading Christian thinker comes a must-read for anyone concerned about issues of violence and justice and the possibility that God's love is stronger than our society's fears. By a leading writer and thinker. How might Christians look on ...
by Andrew Leigh
Across the developed world, global engagement has become a major political fault line. Some say that trade, investment, and immigration are threats rather than opportunities. The siren song of populism, global uncertainty, and rising inequality ...
by Glenn Patmore
It has been ten years since the 1999 Republican referendum failed. Whilst it was ultimately unsuccessful, it has engaged people in a debate that has spanned a decade. Australians seem to want a republic, but there is uncertainty about what kind ...
Stories from the Egyptian Revolution
by Wendell Steavenson
From the acclaimed New Yorker writer, here is a compelling chronicle of the Egyptian Revolution, from Mubarak's downfall to Morsi's, told through the stories of Egyptians, the activists and those who were indifferent, thugs and elites, liberals ...
by Goran Therborn
Cities of Power ...
by Matthew Worley
by Rundle Guy
Who is Clive Palmer, and what does his ascent say about Australia's creaking political system? In Clivosaurus, Guy Rundle observes Palmer close up, examining his rise to prominence, his beliefs, his deals and his politics - not to mention his ...
Concepts, Methods and Tools
by Jeremy Black
The term the Cold War has had many meanings and interpretations since it was originally coined and has been used to analyse everything; comics to pro-natalist policies, and science fiction to gender politics. This range has great value, but also
by Kristin Ross
Kristin Ross's new work on the thought and culture of the Communard uprising of 1871 resonates with the motivations and actions of contemporary protest, which has found its most powerful expression in the reclamation of public space. Today's ...
by K;Engels, F;Lenin, V;Ali, T Marx
The Communist Manifesto is the most influential political book ever written - few other books can claim to have fundamentally changed the world, but after the Russian Revolution this book has become the key text for radicals the world over. Now,