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The Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University selects the most important books on political and legal topics reviewed during the last year. Here are his reviews, culled from recent issues of the magazine.
Click here to see all of the best books on international relations of 2013.
In recent years, Katzenstein, a renowned scholar of international relations, has advanced a strikingly new vision of civilizations, contending that although civilizations exist and are important, they are not really actors. Rather, they are loose, pluralistic systems of belief and identity.
Rosecrance urges the United States to pursue a grand strategy of trade and economic integration, this time focused on the creation of a massive economic union with Europe.
For over half a century, Germany and Japan have struggled to put World War II behind them. Berger has produced one of the most sophisticated and sensitive treatments yet about how these two countries have contended with their troubled histories.