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In May, Yale University Press released Grand Strategies: Literature, Statecraft, and World Order by Charles Hill. Hill, Brady-Johnson Distinguished Fellow in Grand Strategy and Senior Lecturer in Humanities at Yale University, connects the reading of classic literary works to the study and practice of statecraft.
This month Palgrave Mcmillan will release The European Union as a Small Power: After the Post-Cold War by Asle Toje. This book is one of many recently published pieces searching for a definition of international affairs outside of the Cold War narrative.
Paradise Beneath Her Feet: Women and Reform in the Middle East by Isobel Coleman
The Shock of the Global: The 1970s in Perspective edited by Niall Ferguson, Charles S. Maier, Erez Manela, and Daniel Sargent.
Victoria Clark takes looks at the country's history and brings into context its current role in today's jihadist movements.
Jack S. Levy and William R. Thompson use historical examples to present a comprehensive and scientifically minded review of theories on the origins of war.
In Places: Identity, Image and Reputation Simon Anholt asks us to consider if the reputations of nations and countries are ‘brand images.’
Author William R Polk writes an easy to read overview of a country often misunderstood.
This short book gives us a picture of the political uncertainty present in the world’s smallest ocean.
In a new book out this month from Oxford University Press, “What I Believe,” Ramadan attempts to clarify his ideas...
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