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International Relations theory

Non-western International Relations theory: perspectives on and beyond Asia. Edited by Amitav Acharya and Barry Buzan.

Imperialism and global political economy. By Alex Callinicos.

Forbidden fruit: counterfactuals and International Relations. By Richard Ned Lebow.

Hans J. Morgenthau's theory of International Relations: disenchantment and re-enchantment. By Mihaela Neacsu.

International law, human rights and ethics

Why not torture terrorists? Moral, practical and legal aspects of the ‘ticking bomb’ justification for torture. By Yuval Ginbar.

International justice in Rwanda and the Balkans: virtual trials and the struggle for state cooperation. By Victor Peskin.

Mobilizing for human rights: international law in domestic politics. By Beth A. Simmons.

International organization and foreign policy *

How enemies become friends: the sources of stable peace. By Charles A. Kupchan.

Conflict, security and defence

Walking away from terrorism: accounts of disengagement from radical and extremist movements. By John Horgan.

How terrorism ends: understanding the decline and demise of terrorist campaigns. By Audrey Kurth Cronin.

Dictionary of terrorism. By David Wright-Neville.

Understanding violent radicalisation. Edited by Magnus Ranstorp.

Complex emergencies. By David J. Keen.

Mass atrocity response operations: a military planning handbook. By Sarah Sewall, Dwight Raymond and Sally Chin.

NATO in search of a vision. Edited by Gülnur Aybet and Rebecca R. Moore.

Freedom's battle: the origins of humanitarian intervention. By Gary J. Bass.

War and peace in transition: changing roles of external actors. Edited by Karin Aggestam and Annika Björkdahl.

Governance, civil society and cultural politics

Is democracy exportable? Edited by Zoltan Barany and Robert G. Moser.

Political economy, economics and development

Fixing global finance: how to curb financial crises in the 21st century. By Martin Wolf.

The future of money: how to get the most from the global economy. Edited by Oliver Chittenden.

Energy, resources and environment

Global energy governance: the new rules of the game. Edited by Andreas Goldthau and Jan Martin Witte.

War and the health of nations. By Zaryab Iqbal.

Globesity: a planet out of control?. By Francis Delpeuch, Bernard Maire, Emmanuel Monnier and Michelle Holdsworth.

History

Utopia or Auschwitz: Germany's 1968 generation and the Holocaust. By Hans Kundnani.

Europe

1989: the struggle to create post-Cold War Europe. By Mary Elise Sarotte.

Mitterrand, the end of the Cold War and German unification. By Frédéric Bozo.

Contested statehood: Kosovo's struggle for independence. By Marc Weller.

Kosovo: the path to contested statehood in the Balkans. By James Ker-Lindsey.

The road to independence for Kosovo: a chronicle of the Ahtisaari Plan. By Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

Russia and Eurasia

Dagestan: Russian hegemony and Islamic resistance in the North Caucasus. By Robert Bruce Ware and Enver Kisriev.

Terror in Chechnya: Russia and the tragedy of civilians in war. By Emma Gilligan.

A little war that shook the world: Georgia, Russia, and the future of the West. By Ronald Asmus.

Middle East and North Africa

Israel and Palestine: reappraisals, revisions, refutations. By Avi Shlaim.

Debating Arab authoritarianism: dynamics and durability in nondemocratic regimes. Edited by Oliver Schlumberger.

Rethinking Arab democratization: elections without democracy. By Larbi Sadiki.

What's really wrong with the Middle East. By Brian Whitaker.

Eclipse of the Sunnis: power, exile, and upheaval in the Middle East. By Deborah Amos.

Dubai: the vulnerability of success. By Christopher M. Davidson.

Dubai: gilded cage. By Syed Ali.

Sub-Saharan Africa

A history of modern Africa: 1800 to the present. By Richard Reid.

Magic and warfare: appearance and reality in contemporary African conflict and beyond. By Nathalie Wlodarczyk.

China and Africa: emerging patterns in globalization and development. Edited by Julia C. Strauss and Martha Saavedra.

Africa's new peace and security architecture: promoting norms, institutionalizing solutions. Edited by Ulf Engel and joão Gomes Porto.

Asia and Pacific

China and India: prospects for peace. By Jonathan Holslag.

Crouching dragon, hidden tiger: can China and India dominate the West?. By Prem Shankar Jha.

Transforming faith: the story of Al-Huda and Islamic revivalism among urban Pakistani women. By Sadaf Ahmad.

China: the pessoptimist nation. By William A. Callahan.

North America

America and a changed world: a question of leadership. Edited by Robin Niblett.

US foreign policy in context: national ideology from the founders to the Bush Doctrine. By Adam Quinn.

American credo: the place of ideas in US politics. By Michael Foley.

Latin America and Caribbean

The Cuban revolution (1959—2009): relations with Spain, the European Union and the United States. By Joaquín Roy.

Bolivia's radical tradition: permanent revolution in the Andes. By S. Sándor John.
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Document Type: Book Review

Publication date: July 1, 2010

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