708 books (36 pages) in this category
by Dawood Amiri
Dawood Amiri is an ethnic Hazara who, as a young man, made the fateful decision to flee the terror being inflicted on his people, and seek asylum in Australia. He arrived in Indonesia in 2010, but was eventually captured when he was about to ...
by Roger Scruton
The ideas and principles of conservatism explored and explained by the world's leading thinker on the subject. ...
by Oliver Ramsbotham
Since the end of the Cold War, conflict prevention and resolution, peacekeeping and peacebuilding have risen to the top of the international agenda. The fourth edition of this hugely popular text explains the key concepts, charts the development
by Michael Mintrom
by Alan Collins
Contemporary Security Studies is the definitive introduction to Security Studies, providing the most accessible, up-to-date guide to the subject available. Bringing together leading scholars in the field, it features an impressive breadth and ...
by Aaron Patrick
'Credlin was Abbott's enforcer, his disciplinarian, his counsellor, his brain, his mother. Her strength as a chief of staff was a sign of his weakness as a prime minister- she gave him the option of disengaging. Credlin allowed Abbott to be who ...
by Trent;Daschle, Tom;Sternfeld, Jon Lott
"An astute case for a model of public service that is professional and principled, attributes that distinguished (Lott and Daschle's) former service." --The Wall Street JournalWith a new afterword on the 2016 electionTrent Lott and Tom Daschle, ...
Northern Territory politics an instruction manual on how NOT to run a government
by Ben Smee
by Kim McGrath
With explosive new research and access to never-before-seen documents, Kim McGrath tells the story of Australia's secret agenda in the Timor Sea, exposing the ruthlessness of successive governments. Australia did nothing to stop Indonesia's ...
A Secret History of Torture
by Ian Cobain
A hard-hitting book from an award-winning investigative journalist, Cruel Britannia tells the hidden story of Britain's secretive and shameful record of torture, for the first time. ...
by Edward Lucas
rossing the road, we look both ways. Riding a bicycle at night, we use lights. So why is our attitude towards online security so relaxed? Edward Lucas reveals the ways in which cyberspace is not the secure zone we may hope, how passwords provide
by Robert Manne
'There are few original ideas in politics. In the creation of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange was responsible for one.' This essay reveals the making of Julian Assange - both his ideas and his world-changing actions. Robert Manne explores Assange's ...