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International relations, international organisations

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Political economy

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Political theory

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History of ideas

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Texts in political thought

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Research methods in politics

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British government, politics, policy 37 European government, politics, policy

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Russian, East European government, politics, policy

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American government, politics, policy

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Latin American government, politics, policy

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Middle East government, politics, policy 44 African government, politics, policy

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South Asian government, politics, policy 47 South-East Asian government, politics, policy

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East Asian government, politics, policy

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Politics (general)

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Also of interest

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Comparative politics The Politics of Representation in the Global Age Identification, Mobilization, and Adjudication Edited by Peter A. Hall Harvard University, Massachusetts

Wade Jacoby Brigham Young University, Utah

Jonah Levy University of California, Berkeley

and Sophie Meunier Princeton University, New Jersey

This book argues that interests are actively forged through processes of politics. It develops an analytic framework for understanding how representation takes place – based on processes of identification, mobilization, and adjudication – and explores how these processes have evolved over time. 2014 228 x 152 mm 228pp 7 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-03776-2 Hardback c. US$95.00 978-1-107-61189-4 Paperback c. US$29.99 Publication April 2014 For all formats available, see

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Warlords, Strongman Governors, and the State in Afghanistan Dipali Mukhopadhyay Columbia University, New York

Mukhopadhyay argues that Afghani warlords, often considered the enemy of peace, security, and good governance, can under certain conditions become effective governors on behalf of the state. Based on extensive field work, she shows that although this brand of governance falls short of international expectations, its emergence reflects the reassertion of the Afghan state in material and symbolic terms.

Democracies and Dictatorships in Latin America

Muslim immigrant, incorporation; and the so-called new nationalism.

Emergence, Survival, and Fall Scott Mainwaring

2014 228 x 152 mm 312pp 12 b/w illus.  56 tables   978-1-107-03633-8 Hardback Publication January 2014

University of Notre Dame, Indiana

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and Aníbal Pérez-Liñán

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University of Pittsburgh

This book presents a new theory for why democracies and dictatorships emerge and then either survive or collapse. Scott Mainwaring and Aníbal Pérez-Liñán analyze the survival of political regimes in Latin America since 1900, arguing for a theory of democratization situated between explanations that emphasize long-term structural preconditions and short-term decisions by specific leaders. Advance praise: ‘Democracies and Dictatorships in Latin America takes a comprehensive look at regime change in that region, explaining the surprising endurance of democracy there since the 1970s. Through a parsimonious yet comprehensive theory of democratization that is contrasted with other theories, Professors Mainwaring and Pérez-Liñán provide analysis that will revive interest in these topics. Well organized and well written, this timely book will be of interest to scholars, analytically oriented lay readers, and policy makers alike.’ William R. Keech, Research Professor of Political Economy, Duke University 2014 234 x 156 mm 376pp 18 b/w illus.  25 tables   978-0-521-19001-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-15224-2 Paperback US$29.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Europe’s Contending Identities Supranationalism, Ethnoregionalism, Religion, and New Nationalism Edited by Andrew C. Gould

2014 228 x 152 mm 400pp 6 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02392-5 Hardback US$99.00 Publication February 2014

University of Notre Dame, Indiana

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This volume interrogates the implications of the persistence of nationalisms and newer, ethnic-religious identities for the emergence of a robust European identity. The collected essays intersect and are informed by the streams of scholarship on: contemporary ethnonationalism; the challenges associated with immigrant, particularly

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and Anthony M. Messina Trinity College, Connecticut

Freedom Rising Human Empowerment and the Quest for Emancipation Christian Welzel Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany

This is the first study to demonstrate the role of cultural change in the global rise of freedoms. The author illustrates how emerging ‘emancipative values’ intertwine technological and institutional changes into a single trend toward human empowerment. He interprets his broad and far-reaching findings in a new and coherent framework: the evolutionary theory of emancipation. 2014 228 x 152 mm 480pp 74 b/w illus.  38 tables   978-1-107-03470-9 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-66483-8 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Religion in the Military Worldwide Edited by Ron E. Hassner University of California, Berkeley

How does religion affect the lives of professional soldiers? How does religion shape militaries, their organization, procedures, and performance? This volume is the first to address these questions by comparing religious symbols and practices in nine countries: Japan, Canada, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Israel, Iran, India, the United States, and Turkey. Advance praise: ‘The purpose of Religion [in] the Military Worldwide is clear and important: to consider the role and effect of religion on military service from a broader perspective than has usually been the case. This goal entails a ‘thick religion’ approach to the study of religion and politics: considering theology, religious organization (hierarchy), symbol (iconography), and ceremony and belief (knowledge). The chapters in this book present a complex tapestry that shows positive, negative, and neutral effects of religion on the military.’ Donald Downs, Alexander Meiklejohn Professor of Political Science, Law, and Journalism, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Comparative politics 2014 228 x 152 mm 264pp 10 b/w illus.  4 tables   978-1-107-03702-1 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-61364-5 Paperback US$28.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Changing Societies, Changing Party Systems Heather Stoll University of California, Santa Barbara

Stoll studies how society shapes democratic political competition, focusing on the number of political parties. The book develops the most general theory about how society shapes the number of parties to date, as well as the most extensive measures of social heterogeneity, which it uses to test its hypotheses. 2013 234 x 156 mm 352pp 31 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03049-7 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-67574-2 Paperback US$32.99 Publication December 2013

offers practical remedies and focuses on recent events, including the global economic crisis and the Arab Spring. Advance praise: ‘Michael Johnston’s Corruption, Contention and Reform is an elegantly written book. Challenging, thoughtful, and provocative; it is an outstanding contribution to the study of corruption, which will be of great interest for scholars and practitioners alike. Johnston builds upon decades spent studying corruption world wide to give us a penetrating analysis of why corruption seems to be so intractable, while also providing us with some hope for the future and concrete ideas of what we may do to control it more effectively.’ Luigi Manzetti, Southern Methodist University 2013 228 x 152 mm 320pp 2 b/w illus.  7 tables   978-1-107-03474-7 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61006-4 Paperback US$32.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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Comparative Welfare State Politics Development, Opportunities, and Reform Kees van Kersbergen Aarhus Universitet, Denmark

and Barbara Vis Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

In this book, Kees van Kersbergen and Barbara Vis explain the political opportunities and constraints of welfare state reform by asking ‘big’ questions relating to the historical development of the welfare state, the different types of welfare regimes, and the politics of welfare state reform. 2013 228 x 152 mm 272pp 9 b/w illus.  23 tables   978-1-107-00563-1 Hardback US$80.00 978-0-521-18371-0 Paperback US$29.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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Corruption, Contention, and Reform The Power of Deep Democratization Michael Johnston Colgate University, New York

Exploring corruption in Egypt, Tunisia, the Philippines, Argentina, France, Australia and the US, Johnston contrasts corruption problems and reform challenges and identifies ways to check abuses of wealth and power. This book

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Diffusion of Democracy The Past and Future of Global Democracy Barbara Wejnert University at Buffalo, State University of New York

This study of democratization since 1800 provides new data to explore the relationship between socioeconomic development and democracy over the last 200 years. Barbara Wejnert examines both countries and regions, and argues that the role of diffusion mechanisms (as opposed to internal factors) is especially significant, as are regional effects. Advance praise: ‘This study is bold in scope, impressive in the range of variables examined, meticulous in its statistical analysis, innovative in its large conclusions and full of interesting empirical details about the course of democratization in the world since 1800. Barbara Wejnert is an important voice arguing that countries do not move towards or away from democracy independently of what is happening elsewhere; analysts need to consider processes on a transnational scale.’ John Markoff, University of Pittsburgh 2013 228 x 152 mm 400pp 23 b/w illus.  22 tables   978-1-107-04711-2 Hardback Publication December 2013

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Understanding Environmental Policy Convergence The Power of Words, Rules and Money Edited by Helge Jörgens Freie Universität Berlin

Andrea Lenschow Universität Osnabrück

and Duncan Liefferink Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

This book provides an in-depth empirical analysis of the international motivation for environmental policy convergence. It investigates how four countries – France, Hungary, Mexico and the Netherlands – have shaped their domestic environmental policies in the context of international institutions and relationships, while taking into account various domestic factors and national conditions. Advance praise: ‘We have long suspected that environmental policies are growing more similar, but systematic explanations have always eluded us. This intelligently designed book addresses this gap by blending quantitative and qualitative sources in a most novel and enlightening way. I do not think you will read a better edited book on environmental policy for a long time.’ Professor Andrew Jordan, University of East Anglia 2013 228 x 152 mm 320pp 19 b/w illus.  41 tables   978-1-107-03782-3 Hardback Publication December 2013

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Urban Poverty and Party Populism in African Democracies Danielle Resnick United Nations University, Helsinki

When and why do the urban poor vote for opposition parties in Africa’s electoral democracies? This book explores and defines the role of populism in Africa’s urban centers and its political outcomes. It contributes significantly to the scholarship on opposition parties and elections in Africa, party linkages, populism, and democratic consolidation. 2013 228 x 152 mm 336pp 6 b/w illus.  4 maps  48 tables   978-1-107-03680-2 Hardback Publication December 2013

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Comparative politics Conscription, Family, and the Modern State

Nationalism and the Rule of Law

A Comparative Study of France and the United States Dorit Geva

Lessons from the Balkans and Beyond Iavor Rangelov

Central European University, Budapest

London School of Economics, Centre for the Study of Global Governance

Compares how the American draft system and the French conscription system came to be. Although the two conscription systems were very different from one another, they had some surprising similarities, especially during the first half of the twentieth century. ‘Military conscription is a charged issue that dramatically brings to the fore the complex understandings of rights and responsibilities that make up modern citizenship. In this important study Dorit Geva compares conscription – and claims for exemption from it – in two paradigmatic modern nations, France and the United States. Sharing revolutionary traditions, the two countries arrived at different systems of conscription, but through two world wars struggled over similar core ideas about what it means to be a citizen, to be male, and to have family as well as national obligations. The study casts light not only on the gendered role of military service in citizenship but on core ideas about fairness, obligation, and sacrifice.’ Craig Calhoun, Director, London School of Economics and Political Science 2013 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-1-107-02498-4 Hardback

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Democratic Theory and Causal Methodology in Comparative Politics Mark I. Lichbach University of Maryland, College Park

Barrington Moore bequeathed comparativists a problem: how to reconcile his causal claim of ‘no bourgeoisie, no democracy’ with his normative ‘dream of a free and rational society’. In this book, Mark I. Lichbach harmonizes causal methodology and normative democratic theory, illustrating their interrelationship. 2013 216 x 138 mm 245pp 5 tables   978-1-107-02581-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-62235-7 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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across the social sciences, and prove a valuable resource for policy makers.

The relationship between nationalism and the rule of law has been largely neglected even though they are critical concepts. This book provides the first systematic account of this relationship through analysis of case studies from the former Yugoslavia, and the development of an analytical framework for understanding the interactions of nationalism and the rule of law. 2013 228 x 152 mm 240pp 978-1-107-01219-6 Hardback

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Political Consumerism Global Responsibility in Action Dietlind Stolle McGill University, Montréal

and Michele Micheletti Stockholms Universitet

Political Consumerism captures the creative ways in which consumers and citizens turn to the market as their arena for politics. This book theorizes, describes, analyzes, compares and evaluates how political consumers target corporations to solve globalized problems. It demonstrates the reconfiguration of civic engagement, political participation and citizenship. 2013 228 x 152 mm 376pp 9 b/w illus.  20 tables   978-1-107-01009-3 Hardback

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Preventing Regulatory Capture Special Interest Influence and How to Limit it Edited by Daniel Carpenter Harvard University, Massachusetts

and David A. Moss Harvard University, Massachusetts

This timely volume brings together leading scholars from across the social sciences, whose work presents empirical evidence that the obstacle of regulatory capture is more surmountable than previously thought. The unprecedented rigor they bring to the study of capture will appeal to scholars and students

2013 228 x 152 mm 512pp 18 b/w illus.  23 tables   978-1-107-03608-6 Hardback US$70.00 978-1-107-64670-4 Paperback US$24.99 For all formats available, see

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Why Communism Did Not Collapse Understanding Authoritarian Regime Resilience in Asia and Europe Edited by Martin K. Dimitrov Tulane University, Louisiana

This volume provides an explanation for the surprising resilience of communist autocracies, including the ten regimes that ultimately collapsed in 1989–91 (the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia and Mongolia) and the five regimes that persist under communist rule to this day (China, Vietnam, Laos, North Korea and Cuba). Contents: Part I. Reform and Resilience: 1. Understanding communist collapse and resilience; 2. Resilience and collapse in China and the Soviet Union; Part II. Ideology and Resilience: 3. Ideological erosion and the breakdown of communist regimes; 4. Ideological introversion and regime survival: North Korea’s ‘our-style socialism’; Part III. Contagion and Resilience: 5. Bringing down dictators: waves of democratic change in communist and postcommunist Europe and Eurasia; 6. The dynamics of contagion in the Soviet Bloc and the impact on regime survival; Part IV. Inclusion and Resilience: 7. Authoritarian survival, resilience, and the selectorate theory; 8. Cause or consequence? Private-sector development and communist resilience in China; Part V. Accountability and Resilience: 9. Vietnam through Chinese eyes: divergent accountability in single-party regimes; 10. Vertical accountability in communist regimes: the role of citizen complaints in Bulgaria and China; 11. Conclusion: whither communist regime resilience. 2013 228 x 152 mm 386pp 6 b/w illus.  7 tables   978-1-107-03553-9 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-65113-5 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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Democracy and Media Decadence John Keane University of Sydney

In this revolutionary age of communicative abundance and media innovation, our lives and our politics have been altered in many ways for the better. John Keane targets the troubling countertrends and explains why ‘media decadence’ is actually harmful for democracy. ‘With impressive intellectual breadth and rich analytic insight, John Keane’s engaging new book moves us beyond conventional ways of thinking about media and democracy. Addressing key debates, his writing is, as always, accessible, compelling, and edifying.’ Peter Dahlgren, Lund University 2013 228 x 152 mm 261pp 16 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04177-6 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-61457-4 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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traces the historical origins of ‘inclusive’ and ‘dual’ welfare systems. ‘Oude Nijhuis’s book is a convincing and timely contribution to the contemporary debates on welfare state development. It highlights the gripping conflicts that, while dealing with seemingly tedious and technical features of welfare programs, reveal key differences in the welfare state preferences of labor and capital. This book opens new paths for further research.’ Matthieu Leimgruber, University of Geneva 2013 228 x 152 mm 268pp 2 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-03549-2 Hardback

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Party System Change in Legislatures Worldwide Moving Outside the Electoral Arena Carol Mershon University of Virginia

Imperial Rule and the Politics of Nationalism Anti-Colonial Protest in the French Empire Adria K. Lawrence Yale University, Connecticut

In this pathbreaking study of the decolonization era, Adria Lawrence asks why elites in French colonies shifted from demands for egalitarian and democratic reforms to calls for independent statehood, and why mass mobilization for independence emerged where and when it did. 2013 216 x 138 mm 293pp 1 b/w illus.  19 tables   978-1-107-03709-0 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-64075-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Labor Divided in the Postwar European Welfare State The Netherlands and the United Kingdom Dennie Oude Nijhuis Universiteit Leiden

This book explains how the success of attempts to expand the boundaries of the postwar welfare state in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom depended on organized labor’s willingness to support redistribution of risk and income among different groups of workers. By illuminating and explaining differences within and between labor union movements, it

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and Olga Shvetsova Binghamton University, New York

Most people think of political parties as operating in the electoral arena, and see party strengths as determined at elections. This book takes a different view, emphasizing the discretion that politicians have to change the party system while they serve in office. This book explains why, how, and under what conditions this process of change occurs. ‘Future scholars will be much more careful to treat political parties as endogenous coalitions of legislators and party system dynamics as the evolution of these coalitions. Mershon and Shvetsova offer an excellent starting point for this discussion. It is also very welcome to find a wellcrafted new book blending theory and empirics in the best traditions of modern comparative politics.’ Michael Laver, New York University 2013 228 x 152 mm 240pp 17 b/w illus.  28 tables   978-0-521-76583-1 Hardback

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Sterilized by the State Eugenics, Race, and the Population Scare in TwentiethCentury North America Randall Hansen University of Toronto

and Desmond King Nuffield College, Oxford

This book shows how eugenic sterilization policies were maintained after the 1940s in the United States and Canada despite the discrediting of such theories by comparable Nazi Germany policies. It focuses on the individual experience of victims of sterilization, the doctors concerned, and the mental health institutions that protected the system. 2013 228 x 152 mm 328pp 978-1-107-03292-7 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65970-4 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Making Constitutions Presidents, Parties, and Institutional Choice in Latin America Gabriel L. Negretto Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica, Mexico

Negretto addresses the phenomenon of constitution writing in Latin America, providing the first comprehensive explanation of the origins of constitutional designs. Using an interdisciplinary perspective, the author explores the sources of constitutional reform and the factors that determine the adoption of central political institutions. ‘Gabriel Negretto challenges the traditional wisdom, largely inspired by the experiences of the United Kingdom and the United States, which conceives constitutions as stable frameworks for political action. With a focus on Latin America, he shows that constitutions can be as unstable as political parties and electoral behavior are in the region, thus making the choices of institutions endogenous to the political process. This work will be of interest to students of political institutions everywhere.’ Josep Colomer, Georgetown University 2013 228 x 152 mm 292pp 14 b/w illus.  26 tables   978-1-107-02652-0 Hardback

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Comparative politics Post-Communist Democracies and Party Organization Margit Tavits Washington University, St Louis

Explains why some political parties are able to establish themselves in new democracies and why some excel at staying unified in parliament, whereas others remain dominated by individuals. Focusing on the democratic transitions in post-communist Europe, Margit Tavits demonstrates that the successful establishment of a political party in a new democracy crucially depends on the strength of its organization. 2013 228 x 152 mm 295pp 5 b/w illus.  22 tables   978-1-107-03569-0 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-68335-8 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era Edited by Peter A. Hall Harvard University, Massachusetts

and Michèle Lamont Harvard University, Massachusetts

This book analyzes the effects of neoliberalism, a global phenomenon dominating social and political life for more than thirty years. It takes an unusually broad view of neoliberalism, seeing it not only as a set of economic and political initiatives but as a movement that brought new logics into the heart of many spheres of social life. 2013 234 x 156 mm 413pp 22 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-03497-6 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-65984-1 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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the national political agenda during the Great Depression. 2013 228 x 152 mm 2282pp 978-0-521-76644-9 Hardback US$90.00 978-0-521-74731-8 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Disciplining Terror How Experts Invented ‘Terrorism’ Lisa Stampnitzky Harvard University, Massachusetts

Since 9/11, we have been told that terrorists are pathological evildoers. Yet before the 1970s, hijackings, assassinations, and other acts now called ‘terrorism’ were considered the work of rational actors. Disciplining Terror explains how political violence became ‘terrorism’, and how this transformation ultimately led to the current ‘war on terror’. ‘I do not know anyone who would have predicted some forty years ago that ‘terrorism studies’ would emerge as a field, much less that a talented sociologist would devote her attention to producing a fascinating critique of its erratic and contentious development. Lisa Stampnitzky’s book is important not just as a disciplined examination of an undisciplined field but as a cautionary tale about the vexed relationship between experts and policy makers.’ Martha Crenshaw, Senior Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University 2013 228 x 152 mm 242pp 10 b/w illus.  7 tables   978-1-107-02663-6 Hardback

analysis with in-depth and highly readable historical cases, attaining both academic excellence and mustread policy relevance.’ Alexander Betts, University Lecturer in Refugee Studies and Forced Migration, University of Oxford 2013 228 x 152 mm 304pp 978-1-107-02631-5 Hardback

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The Shadow Economy An International Survey Second edition Friedrich Schneider Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

and Dominik H. Enste Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, Cologne

Presents new data to give an overview of shadow economies from OECD countries and propose solutions to prevent illicit work. 2013 228 x 152 mm 226pp 30 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03484-6 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Transitions and NonTransitions from Communism Regime Survival in China, Cuba, North Korea, and Vietnam Steven Saxonberg Masarykova Univerzita v Brně, Czech Republic

A unique comparative study examining why some communist regimes remain in power, whilst others have fallen.

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Latin American State Building in Comparative Perspective

Refugee Repatriation

Social Foundations of Institutional Order Marcus J. Kurtz

What do refugee-creating states owe to their returning citizens? How can reparations respond to human rights violations at the root of displacement and enable just return processes? Using case studies from Guatemala, Bosnia and Mozambique, this book explores refugee repatriation as a critical challenge for peacebuilding, transitional justice and reconciliation.

European University Institute, Florence

‘In this remarkable book, Megan Bradley brilliantly unlocks one of the greatest challenges in the politics of refugee protection: the conditions for a just return. She does so by integrating nuanced normative

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Ohio State University

Kurtz outlines the long-run institutional development in Latin America, emphasizing the social and political foundations of state-building processes. He focuses on the initial consolidation of national institutions after independence and when the ‘social question’ of mass political incorporation forced its way into

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Justice, Responsibility and Redress Megan Bradley St Paul University, Ottawa

Meeting Democracy Power and Deliberation in Global Justice Movements Edited by Donatella Della Porta and Dieter Rucht Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

An innovative study of the internal practices of deliberation and democratic decision-making in twelve Global Justice social movement groups. 2013 228 x 152 mm 284pp 4 b/w illus.  26 tables   978-1-107-02830-2 Hardback

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Comparative politics Property and Political Order in Africa Land Rights and the Structure of Politics Catherine Boone University of Texas, Austin

In sub-Saharan Africa, property relationships around land and access to natural resources vary across localities, districts and farming regions. These differences produce patterned variations in relationships between individuals, communities and the state. This book analyzes the politics of land and the use of natural resources in Africa. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2014 234 x 156 mm 424pp 3 b/w illus.  13 maps  12 tables   978-1-107-04069-4 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-64993-4 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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voter participation do not justify nonprogrammatic distribution. ‘This book advances a single broad theoretical point: vote brokers are central to any system of vote buying in mass elections. While many previous scholars have considered the role of vote brokers from one angle or another, what sets this book apart is that it provides a unified theoretical model of vote brokers. It is grounded effectively in the modern economic theory of agency, and the authors run it through a series of tests using both original primary and secondary sources. Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism will be a landmark for the next generation of studies.’ Gary W. Cox, Stanford University Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 344pp 50 b/w illus.  16 tables   978-1-107-04220-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-66039-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

Alien Rule Michael Hechter Arizona State University

This book argues that alien rule can become legitimate to the degree that it provides governance that is both effective and fair. Governance is effective to the degree that citizens have access to an expanding economy and fair to the degree that rulers act according to the strictures of procedural justice. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 216 x 138 mm 216pp 8 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04254-4 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61714-8 Paperback US$28.99 For all formats available, see

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Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism The Puzzle of Distributive Politics Susan C. Stokes Yale University, Connecticut

Thad Dunning Yale University, Connecticut

Marcelo Nazareno Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

and Valeria Brusco Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism studies distributive politics: how parties and governments use material resources to win elections. The authors develop a theory that explains why loyal supporters, rather than swing voters, tend to benefit from pork-barrel politics; why poverty encourages clientelism and vote buying; and why redistribution and

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Hierarchical Capitalism in Latin America Business, Labor, and the Challenges of Equitable Development Ben Ross Schneider Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This book argues that Latin America has a distinctive, enduring form of hierarchical capitalism characterized by multinational corporations, diversified business groups, low skills and segmented labor markets. It is intended to open a new debate on the nature of capitalism in Latin America and link that discussion to related research on comparative capitalism in other parts of the world. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 259pp 18 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-04163-9 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-61429-1 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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to address these complex issues in a global economy. ‘Richard Locke confronts issues that are of central concern to scholars, as well as to activists, firms, and consumers: under what conditions, and through which mechanisms, will workers involved in global supply chains be treated fairly? Locke’s answer is that no single mechanism – corporate codes of conduct, capacity building, or host government regulation – is sufficient to effect improvements in workers’ conditions. Locke argues protecting workers will require a combination of firm-level efforts, long-standing supply-chain relationships, and government effort. He draws on a rich collection of factory-level audit data, as well as in-depth interviews in a range of countries, to explore the determinants of variation in workers’ rights outcomes, and to illustrate the conditions under which sustained improvements might occur.’ Layna Mosley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 223pp 20 b/w illus.  26 tables   978-1-107-03155-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-67088-4 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Bankers, Bureaucrats, and Central Bank Politics The Myth of Neutrality Christopher Adolph University of Washington, Seattle

Economists emphasize the role central banks’ independence plays in achieving good economic outcomes. Using game theory and data from dozens of countries Adolph illustrates that central bankers with different career trajectories choose different monetary policies. Central banks run by former bankers favor low inflation, whereas bureaucrats support low unemployment. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

The Promise and Limits of Private Power Promoting Labor Standards in a Global Economy Richard M. Locke

2013 234 x 156 mm 380pp 53 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03261-3 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This book examines and evaluates various private initiatives to enforce fair labor standards within global supply chains. Through careful, empirically grounded analysis, it illustrates the mix of private and public regulation needed

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Comparative politics Boundary Control Subnational Authoritarianism in Federal Democracies Edward L. Gibson Northwestern University, Illinois

Gibson explains how subnational authoritarianism is part of democratic politics and strategic interactions between local authoritarians and national democratic leaders. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 202pp 24 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-0-521-19223-1 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-12733-2 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Politics of Principle The First South African Constitutional Court, 1995–2005 Theunis Roux University of New South Wales, Sydney

This detailed case study of the performance of the South African Constitutional Court is aimed at comparative judicial politics scholars with an interest in the role of constitutional courts in new democracies and at political scientists and legal academics with an interest in South Africa. Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, 6

2013 228 x 152 mm 450pp 4 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01364-3 Hardback US$120.00 978-1-107-61906-7 Paperback US$60.00 For all formats available, see

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Inequality, Grievances, and Civil War Lars-Erik Cederman Center for Comparative and International Studies, ETH Zürich

Kristian Skrede Gleditsch University of Essex

and Halvard Buhaug Peace Research Institute Oslo

This book argues that political and economic inequalities following group lines generate grievances that in turn can motivate civil war. The book’s analyses show that systematic political and economic inequalities at the group level exert a strong effect on the risk of civil war, and the authors present examples illustrating motivating grievances. Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 271pp 39 b/w illus.  17 tables   978-1-107-01742-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-60304-2 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Logic of Connective Action

Clandestine Political Violence

Digital Media and the Personalization of Contentious Politics W. Lance Bennett

Donatella della Porta

University of Washington, Seattle

and Alexandra Segerberg University of Stockholm

Growing numbers of citizens find pathways to engagement through simple, everyday discourses shared over social media networks. The Logic of Connective Action offers a framework and a rich set of case studies to explain these increasingly common forms of public engagement with contemporary issues, and shows how they complement more conventional models of collective action in contentious politics. Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 251pp 16 b/w illus.  5 tables   978-1-107-02574-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-64272-0 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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European University Institute, Florence

This volume compares four types of clandestine political violence: leftwing (Italy and Germany), right-wing (Italy), ethnonationalist (Spain) and religious fundamentalist (Islamist clandestine organizations). Looking at these different types, Della Porta illuminates common causal mechanisms of clandestine political violence at their onset, during their persistence and at their demise. Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 338pp 12 b/w illus.  5 tables   978-0-521-19574-4 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-14616-6 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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Informal Labor, Formal Politics, and Dignified Discontent in India Rina Agarwala

The Language of Contention Revolutions in Words, 1688–2012 Sidney Tarrow Cornell University, New York

This book examines the development of the language of social movements, revolutions and terrorism from the seventeenth century to the present and looks at the impact of events such as 9/11 and innovations such as the Internet and social media on social mobilization. ‘Classism, racism, sexism. Words, words, words? Revolutions, protests, riots – more words? That master of contentious politics, Sid Tarrow, examines how language constructs (empowers and unites) and deconstructs (disempowers and divides) actors. Using word counts and ethnography, his positivist constructivism connects words to actions as well as to historical structural contexts. Exploring cognitions, emotions, and meanings, Tarrow’s rich analyses demonstrate how language endures through time and diffuses through populations via mechanisms of symbolic resonance and processes of strategic modularity.’ Mark I. Lichbach, University of Maryland Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 272pp 22 b/w illus.  5 maps  9 tables   978-1-107-03624-6 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-69328-9 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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The Johns Hopkins University

Rina Agarwala investigates how vulnerable workers are organizing to improve their livelihoods in India. Drawing on 300 personal interviews with women workers in construction and tobacco, she finds these workers are launching an innovative movement to assert their rights. Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 266pp 15 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-02572-1 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-66308-4 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Origins of Global Humanitarianism Religion, Empires, and Advocacy Peter Stamatov Yale University, Connecticut

How, when, and why did ordinary people began to care for the fate of distant strangers? This book addresses these questions by reconstructing, for the first time, the historical origins of global humanitarianism. Peter Stamatov investigates these origins in the context of European overseas imperialism between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Advance praise: ‘Peter Stamatov’s careful analysis coupled with his theoretical acumen allows him to make an important historical claim: long-distance advocacy was not initially a secular

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Comparative politics institution, but rather emerged from religious activism among established clergy. However, he does not stop at that point. Stamatov argues that religious activism was highly correlated with the pattern of imperial advance. Thus, empire, religion, and long-distance advocacy develop in relation to each other – but not in any predetermined or uniform way. Rather, it is the interaction between the specific national context and the imperial context that generates the timing and character of the longdistance advocacy. This finding is important on a substantive as well as theoretical level. It will be a pathbreaking contribution to the literature on globalization and transnational activism.’ Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics

2014 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-1-107-02173-0 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Political Journalism in Comparative Perspective Erik Albæk University of Southern Denmark

Arjen van Dalen University of Southern Denmark

Nael Jebril University of Oxford

and Claes de Vreese Universiteit van Amsterdam

Contrary to conventional wisdom, this book shows how different political journalism content creates varied effects and demonstrates that under the right circumstances citizens learn from political news, do not become cynical, and are satisfied with political journalism. Communication, Society and Politics

2014 216 x 138 mm 264pp 31 b/w illus.  11 tables   978-1-107-03628-4 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-67460-8 Paperback US$28.99 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Consumer Democracy The Marketing of Politics Margaret Scammell London School of Economics and Political Science

This book argues that marketing is inherent in competitive democracy, explaining how we can make the consumer nature of competitive democracy better and more democratic. Margaret Scammell argues that

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consumer democracy should not be assumed to be inherently antithetical to ‘proper’ political discourse and debate about the common good. Communication, Society and Politics

2014 216 x 138 mm 250pp 978-0-521-83668-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-54524-2 Paperback US$29.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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Shaping Immigration News A French-American Comparison Rodney Benson New York University

Rodney Benson challenges classic liberalism’s assumptions about state intervention’s chilling effects on the press, suggests costs as well as benefits to the current vogue in personalized narrative news, and calls attention to journalistic practices that can help empower civil society. ‘Shaping Immigration News uses one of the most salient and challenging issues facing contemporary democracies – immigration – as a lens through which to examine that critically important democratic institution, the press. Comparing the experiences of France and the United States for explanatory leverage, the author of this fine book identifies and tracks the prevalence of alternative frames and authorized spokespersons in immigration news over four decades – and in so doing demonstrates how institutional differences in the journalistic field refract coverage of events and debates in striking and often unanticipated ways.’ Paul DiMaggio, Princeton University Communication, Society and Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 293pp 22 b/w illus.  22 tables   978-0-521-88767-0 Hardback

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Media Commercialization and Authoritarian Rule in China Daniela Stockmann Universiteit Leiden

Stockmann argues that the consequences of introducing market forces to the media depend on the institutional design of the state. Communication, Society and Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 352pp 24 b/w illus.  1 map  7 tables   978-1-107-01844-0 Hardback

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Constitutions in Authoritarian Regimes Edited by Tom Ginsburg University of Chicago

and Alberto Simpser University of Chicago

Constitutions in authoritarian regimes are often denigrated as meaningless exercises in political theater. This volume explores the form and function of constitutions in countries without the fully articulated institutions of limited government. It offers an exploration into the constitutions of authoritarian regimes, generating broader insights into the study of constitutions and their functions more generally. Comparative Constitutional Law and Policy

2014 228 x 152 mm 272pp 9 b/w illus.  18 tables   978-1-107-04766-2 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-66394-7 Paperback US$34.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions Edited by Denis J. Galligan University of Oxford

and Mila Versteeg University of Virginia

Explores the social and political forces behind constitution making from a global perspective. It combines leading theoretical perspectives with in-depth case studies from nineteen countries. The result is an examination of constitutions as social phenomena and their interaction with other social phenomena, from various perspectives. Comparative Constitutional Law and Policy

2013 228 x 152 mm 696pp 2 b/w illus.  4 tables   978-1-107-03288-0 Hardback

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Comparative politics Consequential Courts Judicial Roles in Global Perspective Edited by Diana Kapiszewski University of California, Irvine

Gordon Silverstein Yale Law School

and Robert A. Kagan University of California, Berkeley

Maps the roles in governance that courts now undertake. Offering empirically rich accounts of dramatic judicial actions in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, this book explores the political conditions and judicial strategies that have fostered those assertions of power, and evaluates when and how courts’ assertions of new roles have been politically consequential. Comparative Constitutional Law and Policy

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Social Movements and Protest Gemma Edwards University of Manchester

This lively textbook integrates theory and methodology into the study of social movements, and includes contemporary case studies such as political violence and terrorism, alter-globalisation, social networking and global activism, to engage students and encourage them to apply theories critically. Contents: 1. Introduction: conceptualizing social movements; 2. From the mad to the sane: collective behaviour and its critics; 3. From the rational to the relational: resource mobilization, organization, and social movement networks; 4. From political processes to cultural processes: political opportunity, frames, and contentious politics; 5. From old to new social movements: capitalism, culture, and the reinvention of everyday life; 6. From national to global social movements: network movements, alternative globalization, and new media; 7. From the pretty to the ugly: terrorism, social movement theory, and covert networks; 8. From collective behaviour to misbehaviour: redrawing the boundaries of political and cultural resistance; 9. Conclusion: the shifting terrain of social movement studies. Key Topics in Sociology

2013 228 x 152 mm 304pp 20 b/w illus.   978-0-521-19636-9 Hardback US$95.00 978-0-521-14581-7 Paperback US$32.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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Practising SelfGovernment A Comparative Study of Autonomous Regions Edited by Yash Ghai The University of Hong Kong

and Sophia Woodman University of Edinburgh

Comparative and detailed case studies of thirteen autonomies from around the world, in which noted experts outline the constitutional, legal and institutional frameworks as well as how these arrangements have worked in practice to protect minority rights and prevent secession of the territories in question. Law in Context

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Political Institutions and Party-Directed Corruption in South America Stealing for the Team Daniel W. Gingerich University of Virginia

This book examines how the structure of electoral institutions – the rules of democratic contestation that determine the manner in which citizens choose their representatives – affects political corruption, defined as the abuse of state power or resources for campaign finance or party-building purposes. Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

2014 228 x 152 mm 304pp 25 b/w illus.  2 maps  20 tables   978-1-107-04044-1 Hardback US$99.00 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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wisdom that election fraud is only about winning elections. With an elegant theory and original data, Simpser shows us that the information provided by manipulated elections may be just as influential as stolen votes, and they can significantly change political participation and perceptions of power. This comprehensive explanation of the causes and consequences of election manipulation throughout the world represents a major contribution to the field.’ Susan D. Hyde, Yale University Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

2013 228 x 152 mm 302pp 12 b/w illus.  20 tables   978-1-107-03054-1 Hardback

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Constitutional Change and Democracy in Indonesia Donald L. Horowitz Duke University, North Carolina

How did democracy became entrenched in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country? Indonesia was threatened by deadlock over a new constitution and violence between Islamic and secular groups. These divisions were overcome by adopting gradual constitutional amendments making consensus possible and resulting in multiple elections and a peaceful transfer of power. Problems of International Politics

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The Politics of Nation-Building

Why Governments and Parties Manipulate Elections

Making Co-Nationals, Refugees, and Minorities Harris Mylonas

Theory, Practice, and Implications Alberto Simpser

What drives a state’s choice to assimilate, accommodate or exclude ethnic groups within its territory? Mylonas argues a state’s nation-building policies toward non-core groups – individuals perceived as an ethnic group by the state ruling elite – are influenced by its foreign policy goals and relations with external patrons of these groups.

University of Chicago

This book documents the widespread use of blatant and excessive manipulation of elections and explains what drives this practice. Simpser shows that, in many instances, governments and parties manipulate elections not only to gain votes, but also to transmit or distort information. ‘In compelling fashion, Alberto Simpser’s Why Governments and Parties Manipulate Elections successfully upends the conventional

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Problems of International Politics

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Comparative politics / International relations, international organisations international organisations Regimes of Ethnicity and Nationhood in Germany, Russia, and Turkey Şener Aktürk Koç University, Istanbul

Akturk discusses how the definition of being German, Soviet, Russian and Turkish changed at the turn of the twenty-first century. Joseph Rothschild Prize in Nationalism and Ethnic Studies, Association for the Study of Nationalities 2013 – Winner Problems of International Politics

2013 234 x 156 mm 322pp 11 b/w illus.  5 maps  36 tables   978-1-107-02143-3 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61425-3 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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dynamics between a status quo power and a predatory state. 2014 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-76361-5 Hardback c. US$95.00 978-0-521-12568-0 Paperback c. US$28.99 Publication July 2014 For all formats available, see

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Renée Jeffery

Anti-Americanism and the Rise of World Opinion

Australian National University, Canberra

Renée Jeffery examines the role played by the emotions in making moral judgments and motivating ethical actions. Focusing on the problem of world poverty, she draws on the work of eighteenth-century moral sentiment theorists and recent advances in the neurosciences to develop a contemporary sentimentalist cosmopolitan account of ethics. 2014 228 x 152 mm 230pp 978-1-107-03741-0 Hardback Publication July 2014

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Borders, Asylum and Global Non-Citizenship The Other Side of the Fence Heather L. Johnson

In Search of Cyber Peace Scott J. Shackelford

Queen’s University Belfast

Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

The experience of border crossing for refugees and irregular migrants challenges global border and migration controls in multiple contexts. Heather Johnson explores how non-citizens can be political actors at the global level through everyday decisions, challenging dominant narratives that characterize migrants as threatening or powerless.

This book presents a novel framework to reconceptualize internet governance and better manage cyber attacks. It makes an original contribution by examining the potential of polycentric regulation to increase accountability through bottom-up action. Throughout the book, cybersecurity is treated holistically, covering outstanding issues in law, science, economics and politics.

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Deadly Impasse Kashmir and Indo-Pakistani Relations in Transition Sumit Ganguly Indiana University

What ails the Indo-Pakistani relationship? Despite negotiations, four wars and multiple crises, the states remain trapped in rivalry. Evaluating relations from 1999 to 2009, Ganguly seeks to understand this troubled relationship, asking whether it stems from security dilemmas or reflects

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2014 228 x 152 mm 300pp 5 b/w illus.  11 tables   978-1-107-05927-6 Hardback c. US$95.00 978-1-107-62929-5 Paperback c. US$32.99 Publication April 2014

Reason and Emotion in International Ethics

Managing Cyber Attacks in International Law, Business, and Relations

2014 228 x 152 mm 300pp 3 maps   978-1-107-06183-5 Hardback c. US$95.00 Publication August 2014

when their quests provoke international conflict, and how established states can use states’ desire for recognition to obtain cooperation.

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Consequences for the U.S. National Interest Monti Narayan Datta University of Richmond

Under the presidencies of Bush and Obama, anti-Americanism has emerged as a topic of considerable interest to policy-makers, pundits, and scholars alike. Drawing from a wealth of analytical research, this book addresses the pivotal question of whether antiAmericanism has a significant impact on the American national interest. 2014 228 x 152 mm 288pp 32 b/w illus.  38 tables   978-1-107-03232-3 Hardback Publication March 2014

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The Outbreak of the First World War Structure, Politics, and DecisionMaking Edited by Jack S. Levy Rutgers University, New Jersey

and John A. Vasquez University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

This volume links historians’ debates about the origins of the First World War to theoretical debates about the causes of war. It shows how power, alliances, historical rivalries, militarism, nationalism, public opinion, internal politics, and powerful personalities shaped decision-making in each of the major countries in the lead up to war.

McGill University, Montréal

2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 3 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-1-107-04245-2 Hardback c. US$99.00 978-1-107-61602-8 Paperback c. US$34.99 Publication March 2014

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Status in World Politics Edited by T. V. Paul University of California, Los Angeles

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and William C. Wohlforth Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

Rising powers such as Brazil, China, India and Russia are claiming heightened profiles in international politics. In this first systematic analysis of status, leading international relations scholars explain why states seek status,

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International relations, international organisations international organisations Constructing Cause in International Relations Richard Ned Lebow King’s College London

Lebow argues that causal inference is always rhetorical in nature and must be judged on grounds of practicality. Understandings of cause accordingly vary across fields. His new approach builds on general understandings and idiosyncratic features of context to offer an original approach relevant to international relations. 2014 228 x 152 mm 200pp 4 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04790-7 Hardback c. US$95.00 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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New Constitutionalism and World Order Edited by Stephen Gill York University, Toronto

and A. Claire Cutler University of Victoria, British Columbia

A pioneering collection analyzing global neoliberal constitutional innovations intended to extend the power of capital and reduce the policy autonomy of states, and the emerging potential to create a more just and sustainable world order. Indispensable for policymakers, activists and scholars. Advance praise: ‘The concept of ‘the new constitutionalism’ informs a distinctive, critical approach to the study of contemporary global governance that emphasizes concrete attempts to institutionalize neoliberalism. This volume provides a welcome introduction to the range and depth of the scholarship that adopts this approach.’ Craig N. Murphy, M. Margaret Ball Professor of International Relations, Wellesley College and Research Professor of Global Governance, University of Massachusetts, Boston 2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 5 b/w illus.   978-1-107-05369-4 Hardback c. US$95.00 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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Redefining Human Rights in the Struggle for Peace and Development Terrence E. Paupp Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Washington DC

Examines the history of the struggle to advance human rights, end global poverty, and respect the sovereign integrity of States and governments throughout the Global South, providing

a global framework to implement these rights. It argues that within this framework States will be obligated to formulate policies and programs to achieve peace and development throughout the global society. 2014 228 x 152 mm 576pp 60 tables   978-1-107-04715-0 Hardback US$115.00 978-1-107-66931-4 Paperback US$44.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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The Return of the Public in Global Governance Edited by Jacqueline Best University of Ottawa

and Alexandra Gheciu University of Ottawa

No matter where we look, the public seems to be playing an increasingly important role in global politics. Using concrete examples drawn from international political economy, international security and environmental politics, this book examines the nature and consequences of this ‘return of the public’ in global governance. Advance praise: ‘Defining Western public spheres as bundles of common concern is a nice way of capturing the phenomenon’s emergence, and of identifying changing agents and agendas. The striking thing is how states so often effortlessly co-opt these agendas and go on to re-draw a new authoritative line between the public and the private.’ Iver Neumann, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science 2014 228 x 152 mm 296pp 1 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-1-107-05295-6 Hardback Publication February 2014

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on-site inspectors negotiate entry into inspected countries. 2014 228 x 152 mm 410pp 15 b/w illus.  5 maps  3 tables   978-1-107-04400-5 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Climate and Human Migration Past Experiences, Future Challenges Robert A. McLeman Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario

Will global warming create millions of environmental refugees? This book provides the first comprehensive review of how past floods, droughts and hurricanes have triggered migration, and provides evidence-based analysis of how livelihoods, settlements, food security, and global political stability are at stake as climate change alters global migration patterns. Advance praise: ‘McLeman eschews the hyperbole and screaming headlines that often surround this topic to unpack the complex and still evolving connections between climate change and migration. His analysis is both broad and deep in its reach and avoids the pitfalls that commonly plague the climate change and migration literature.’ Geoffrey Dabelko, Ohio University 2014 253 x 177 mm 320pp 47 b/w illus.  7 maps  3 tables   978-1-107-02265-2 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-60670-8 Paperback US$39.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Banning the Bang or the Bomb? Negotiating the Nuclear Test Ban Regime Edited by I. William Zartman The Johns Hopkins University

Mordechai Melamud The Johns Hopkins University

and Paul Meerts

The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, although not yet in force, is the latest development in the nuclear arms control regime. This book provides a practical guide for on-site inspection training, analysing how the treaty was negotiated and the new dialogues being initiated as

Diplomatic Counterinsurgency Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina Philippe Leroux-Martin Harvard Kennedy School of Government

This compelling eyewitness account of a key political crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2007 demonstrates how interventions from foreign powers to end armed conflict can create new forms of conflict that are not only as determined and resilient, but can lead groups to challenge the power of fragile states through political and legal means. Advance praise: ‘This book makes a most useful and original contribution to one of the most pressing foreign affairs questions of our time. How can the international community be wiser and

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International relations, international organisations international organisations more successful in preventing war and creating peace after conflict? It should be required reading by all who aspire to act to suppress conflict and build sustainable peace.’ Lord Paddy Ashdown, former High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2014 228 x 152 mm 344pp 978-1-107-02003-0 Hardback Publication January 2014

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From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda Elisabeth King Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo, Canada

This book nuances the belief that education builds peace by exploring the ways in which ordinary schooling can contribute to intergroup conflict. Unlike most books, which study only one part of Rwanda’s history, this book covers Rwanda over three different periods (colonial, independence, post-genocide) and argues that in each period, education was conducive to intergroup conflict. Advance praise: ‘From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda argues that the content and format of education, not just its availability, really matter. Elisabeth King proposes that in each of Rwanda’s three principal modern political epochs – colonial, republic, and post-genocide – education and schooling exacerbated differences and horizontal inequalities, fostered stigma, and nourished competition for resources. King’s writing is clear and lively, her organization is solid, and her thesis is firmly delivered. [She] has a very sensitive and intuitive understanding of the complexities of Rwandan history and of Rwandan political life today. This book is a gem.’ Mark A. Drumbl, Class of 1975 Alumni Professor of Law and Director, Transnational Law Institute, Washington and Lee University 2014 228 x 152 mm 224pp 2 b/w illus.  1 map  11 tables   978-1-107-03933-9 Hardback Publication January 2014

‘Supremely over-confident in the 1980s and 1990s, international financial institutions have now recognized some of the limits of their capacity to effect change in an uncertain world. But, if structural adjustment has failed, what comes afterwards? In a brilliant analysis, Jacqueline Best shows us how the IFIs have invented a new form of ‘provisional governance’: failure is now anticipated, the authority of experts is known to be fragile, and government has become something of an experiment.’ Andrew Barry, University College London 2014 228 x 152 mm 312pp 2 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03504-1 Hardback US$95.00 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Reconstructing Iraq’s Budgetary Institutions Coalition State Building after Saddam James D. Savage University of Virginia

This is the first book to examine the efforts to reconstruct Iraq’s vital budgetary system after the 2003 invasion as a key element of the American-led Coalition’s state-building and counterinsurgency strategy. It analyzes how the Coalition attempted to help the Iraqis budget their massive oil revenues to serve the broader counterinsurgency strategy of providing essential services to the Iraqi people. 2014 228 x 152 mm 336pp 7 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-03947-6 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-67876-7 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107039476 US$90.00

For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107039339

Governing Failure Provisional Expertise and the Transformation of Global Development Finance Jacqueline Best University of Ottawa

This book provides an innovative explanation of recent shifts in international development finance and provides a new perspective on the

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role of policy failure in international policymaking. It will be of interest to scholars, students and professionals interested in international politics, economic development and social theory.

The History of Global Climate Governance Joyeeta Gupta

environmental policy and international law. Advance praise: ‘Joyeeta Gupta’s analytical history tour of a quarter-century of climate change negotiations provides a good entry point for newcomers and a pause for reflection by veterans. The former will benefit from the foundations of her analysis in climate science and sustainability, while the latter will be intrigued by her outreach to the domains of international law and human rights.’ Michael Zammit Cutajar, Executive Secretary, UNFCCC secretariat, 1991–2002, and Chairman of the Guardian of Future Generations under the Sustainable Development Act (2012), Malta 2014 247 x 174 mm 264pp 36 b/w illus.  28 tables   978-1-107-04051-9 Hardback Publication January 2014

US$75.00

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Toppling Qaddafi Libya and the Limits of Liberal Intervention Christopher S. Chivvis Rand National Defense Research Institute

Toppling Qaddafi is a carefully researched, highly readable look at the role of the US and NATO in Libya’s war of liberation and its lessons for future military interventions. Based on extensive interviews within the US government, it explores how the United States and its European allies went to war against Muammar Qaddafi in 2011. Advance praise: ‘Christopher Chivvis brilliantly dissects the 2011 intervention in Libya, providing a detailed account of Allied diplomacy and NATO military operations. Anyone thinking about future interventions should read this book.’ James Goldgeier, Dean, School of International Service, American University 2014 228 x 152 mm 298pp 16 b/w illus.  5 maps   978-1-107-04147-9 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61386-7 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107041479

Universiteit van Amsterdam

This book explores the shifting problems and politics of climate change governance, explaining the key underlying issues and negotiation history systematically, and arguing for a methodical solution through global law and constitutionalism. A key resource for policymakers, NGOs, researchers and graduate students working in climate/

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International relations, international organisations international organisations Beyond the Balance of Power

The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism

France and the Politics of National Security in the Era of the First World War Peter Jackson

An International History, 1878–1934 Richard Bach Jensen

University of Glasgow

This is a major new study of French foreign and security policy in the era of the Great War. Peter Jackson examines the interplay between contending conceptions of security based on traditional practices of power politics and the new internationalist doctrines that emerged in the late nineteenth century.

This is the first global history of the secret international diplomatic and police campaign waged against anarchist terrorism from 1880 to the 1920s. Placing anarchist terrorism in the context of economic and social globalisation, this book considers why some nations dealt with this global phenomenon more effectively than others.

2013 228 x 152 mm 581pp 4 maps   978-1-107-03994-0 Hardback c. US$110.00 Publication December 2013

2013 228 x 152 mm 448pp 10 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03405-1 Hardback US$99.00 Publication December 2013

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www.cambridge.org/9781107034051

Governing the Climate New Approaches to Rationality, Power and Politics Edited by Johannes Stripple Lunds Universitet, Sweden

and Harriet Bulkeley University of Durham

First volume to collect a body of scholarship on critical social and political studies of climate change. Invaluable for social science researchers, advanced students and policy makers in climate change and global environmental politics. 2013 253 x 177 mm 304pp 10 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04626-9 Hardback US$95.00 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107046269

Legal Resolution of Nuclear NonProliferation Disputes James D. Fry

Northwestern State University

The Delimitation of the Continental Shelf between Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands Arguing Law, Practicing Politics? Alex G. Oude Elferink Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

This analysis of the negotiations between Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands concerning the delimitation of their continental shelf in the North Sea uses relevant government archives to provide insights into the legal and political considerations which feed into policy formulation and negotiations. 2013 228 x 152 mm 544pp 24 maps   978-1-107-04146-2 Hardback US$120.00 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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HIGHLIGHT

The University of Hong Kong

The Direction of War

While legal resolution is not necessarily the panacea to the world’s problems with nuclear proliferation, it nevertheless represents an option that States and commentators have all too often ignored. James Fry examines the legal grounds for the resolution of such disputes through the International Court of Justice and international arbitration.

Contemporary Strategy in Historical Perspective Hew Strachan

2013 228 x 152 mm 516pp 978-1-107-04129-5 Hardback Publication December 2013

US$110.00

For all formats available, see

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University of Oxford

The West’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been seen as strategic failures resulting from a lack of consistent direction, of effective communication, and of governmental coordination. Leading military historian Sir Hew Strachan argues here that these failures resulted from a fundamental misreading and misapplication of strategy itself. Advance praise: ‘A very thoughtful, enormously stimulating, and hugely thoughtprovoking examination of the strategies, concepts, and civil-military

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relationships that have influenced the character of war in the twenty-first century.’ General David H. Petraeus, former Commander of United States Central Command and Commanding General of the Multi-National Force – Iraq and the NATO International Security Assistance Force, Afghanistan 2013 228 x 152 mm 350pp 978-1-107-04785-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65423-5 Paperback US$29.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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The Transformation of American International Power in the 1970s Barbara Zanchetta The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki

Barbara Zanchetta analyzes the evolution of American-Soviet relations during the 1970s, from the rise of détente during the Nixon administration to the policy’s crisis and fall during the final years of the Carter presidency. This study traces lines of continuity among the Nixon, Ford and Carter administrations and assesses its effects on the ongoing redefinition of America’s international role in the post-Vietnam era. 2013 228 x 152 mm 270pp 18 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04108-0 Hardback US$95.00 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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International Organizations Politics, Law, Practice Second edition Ian Hurd Northwestern University, Illinois

Updated and expanded introductory textbook exploring law, compliance and enforcement through case studies of the most important international organizations. Takes readers behind the scenes to explore how IOs shape and are shaped by international politics. This edition covers IR theory in more depth, and extensive new material on the EU. Contents: 1. Introduction to international organizations; 2. Theory, methods, and international organizations; 3. The World Trade Organization; 4. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; 5. The United Nations I: law and administration; 6. The United Nations II: international peace

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International relations, international organisations international organisations and security; 7. The International Labor Organization; 8. The International Court of Justice; 9. The International Criminal Court; 10. The European Union and regional organizations; 11. Conclusion.

Collective Security

2013 247 x 174 mm 306pp 16 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04097-7 Hardback US$110.00 978-1-107-61261-7 Paperback US$45.00

University of Nottingham

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Transparency in International Law Edited by Andrea Bianchi Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva

and Anne Peters Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg; University of Basel, Switzerland

While its importance in domestic law has long been acknowledged, transparency has until now remained largely unexplored in international law. This study of transparency issues in key areas of international law is therefore a must-read for scholars and practitioners who believe transparency can enhance the legitimacy of international legal processes. 2013 228 x 152 mm 640pp 3 b/w illus.  7 tables   978-1-107-02138-9 Hardback

US$140.00

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Bringing Sociology to International Relations World Politics as Differentiation Theory Edited by Mathias Albert Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Barry Buzan

Theory, Law and Practice Nicholas Tsagourias University of Sheffield

US$120.00

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Constructing National Security U.S. Relations with India and China Jarrod Hayes Georgia Institute of Technology

Jarrod Hayes analyzes U.S. relations with India and China to explore why democracies tend not to use military force against each other. He argues that democratic identity – the shared understanding within democracies of who ‘we’ are and what ‘we’ expect from each other – makes it difficult for political leaders to construct external democracies as threats. At the same time, democratic identity enables political actors to construct external non-democracies as threats. US$90.00

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London School of Economics and Political Science

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and Michael Zürn

European Integration and the Atlantic Community in the 1980s

Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

Bringing Sociology to International Relations brings together contributions from leading international relations scholars and sociological theorists to offer a unique synthesis in which contemporary world politics is discussed as a differentiated social realm. 2013 228 x 152 mm 292pp 2 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03900-1 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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Edited by Kiran Klaus Patel Universiteit Maastricht, Netherlands

and Kenneth Weisbrode Bilkent University, Ankara

These essays, by prominent scholars from Europe and the United States, examine political relations in the 1980s and offer an original research agenda for work on the period in multiple fields of political, social, economic and cultural history. 2013 228 x 152 mm 315pp 978-1-107-03156-2 Hardback

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University of Redlands, California

This systematic analysis and thorough assessment of the institutional, operational, legal and accountability parameters of the United Nations collective security system is informed by practice and case law and will assist those researching and teaching in international law, international politics and international relations.

2013 228 x 152 mm 221pp 978-1-107-04042-7 Hardback

Global Politics in the 21st Century Robert J. Jackson

and Nigel D. White

2013 228 x 152 mm 518pp 978-1-107-01540-1 Hardback

TEXTBOOK

US$99.00

Objective, critical, optimistic, and with a global focus, this textbook combines international relations theory, history, up-to-date research and current affairs to give the student a comprehensive, unbiased understanding of international politics. It offers the ideal breadth and depth of coverage for a one-semester undergraduate course. ‘Global Politics in the 21st Century is an impressive book that successfully conveys the complexity of this subject to a wide audience. An essential argument, which plays a role throughout, is that the context of world history shapes what is seen today. This manuscript offers a splendid synthesis of scholarship in the field of international relations. I am aware of no other work that attempts such a comprehensive integration of research and puts it forward so clearly. This book is essential reading for everyone with an interest in international relations.’ Patrick James, Dornsife Dean’s Professor, University of Southern California

Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Detailed table of contents; Part I. Foundations of Global Politics: 1. Introduction to global politics; 2. Global history: the making of the twenty-first century; 3. Competing theories, methods, and intellectual debates about global politics; Part II. Institutions and Actors in Global Politics: 4. Modern states, power, leaders, and decisions in global politics; 5. The global system: great and middle powers; 6. Global governance in transition: international law and intergovernmental institutions; 7. Politics beyond the state I: non-state actors and communications; 8. Politics beyond the state II: identity – ethnicity, nationalism, and religion; Part III. Global Conflict and War: 9. War: causes, conduct, and consequences; 10. Civil wars, insurgencies, and counterinsurgencies; 11. Terrorism and counter-terrorism; Part IV. The Politics of Global Economics: 12. Global economics and governance; 13. Global inequality: winners and losers; Part V. Global Problems and Prospects: 14. Human rights: law, institutions, and abuses; 15. Global threats: environment, energy, demographic, and health issues; 16. Crises in global politics. 2013 234 x 156 mm 608pp 82 b/w illus.  31 maps  22 tables   978-0-521-76745-3 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-75653-2 Paperback US$59.00

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Modern Treaty Law and Practice Third edition Anthony Aust London School of Economics and Political Science

This third edition textbook provides a comprehensive account of the law of treaties from the viewpoint of an experienced practitioner. Updated with numerous detailed examples of the problems, precedents and documents relating to treaties, this book will appeal to teachers and students in law, political science, international relations and diplomacy. Contents: Introduction; 1. Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969; 2. What is a treaty?; 3. MOUs; 4. Capacity to conclude treaties; 5. Full powers; 6. Adoption and authentication; 7. Consent to be bound; 8. Reservations; 9. Entry into force; 10. Treaties and domestic; 11. Territorial application; 12. Successive; 13. Interpretation; 14. Third States; 15. Amendment; 16. Duration and termination; 17. Invalidity; 18. The depositary; 19. Registration and publication; 20. Dispute settlement and remedies; 21. Succession to treaties; 22. International organisations; 23. Drafting and final clauses; Appendices. 2013 247 x 174 mm 516pp 978-1-107-02384-0 Hardback US$120.00 978-1-107-68590-1 Paperback US$60.00 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107023840

Research Methods in Conflict Settings A View from Below Edited by Dyan Mazurana Tufts University, The Fletcher School

Karen Jacobsen Tufts University, The Fletcher School

and Lacey Andrews Gale Feinstein International Center

This volume compiles lessons learned by field researchers who have faced violence, distrust and social fragmentation. It offers options for studying the situations of people affected by conflict and, by focusing on ethical and security issues, seeks ways to safeguard the interests and integrity of the research ‘subjects,’ the researchers and their teams. 2013 228 x 152 mm 334pp 11 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03810-3 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107038103

The Militant Face of Democracy Liberal Forces for Good Edited by Anna Geis Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany

Harald Müller

Transforming Military Power since the Cold War Britain, France, and the United States, 1991–2012 Theo Farrell King’s College London

Peace Research Institute, Frankfurt

Sten Rynning

and Niklas Schörnig

University of Southern Denmark

Peace Research Institute, Frankfurt

This volume advances democratic peace theory by adding a fresh perspective on democratic militancy. It will appeal to students and scholars interested in the relationship between democracy, peace and war and the impact of national identities on foreign policy. ‘Focusing on the dark side of the democratic peace, this book inquires into the ambivalences that have arisen when democracies fight nondemocracies. Focusing on different types of war since the end of the Cold War, this theoretically selfconscious, well-designed, data-rich, methodologically sophisticated, tightly argued and morally nuanced book opens up a new avenue for research that both enriches and unsettles the conventional wisdom. Its conclusions pose important intellectual challenges that will influence international relations research and graduate instructions for years to come.’ Peter J. Katzenstein, Walter S. Carpenter, Jr Professor of International Studies, Cornell University 2013 228 x 152 mm 397pp 11 b/w illus.  47 tables   978-1-107-03740-3 Hardback

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US$99.00

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The Pathologies of Power Fear, Honor, Glory, and Hubris in U.S. Foreign Policy Christopher J. Fettweis Tulane University, Louisiana

The foreign policy of the United States is guided by deeply held beliefs, few of which are recognized much less subjected to rational analysis, Christopher J. Fettweis writes, in this, his third book. He identifies the foundations of those beliefs, explains how they have inspired poor strategic decisions in Washington and proceeds to discuss their origins. 2013 228 x 152 mm 312pp 978-1-107-04110-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-68271-9 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107041103

and Terry Terriff University of Calgary

A deeply researched account of how the British, French and US armies have transformed themselves since the end of the Cold War. This is an essential reference for anybody studying contemporary military development, the US military, European defence, and the future of military power. ‘Critically integrating and indisputably surpassing the current literature on military innovation, this is a ‘must have’ book for serious students of military affairs and senior leaders, particularly for those interested in, or responsible for, innovation and force development. Transforming Military Power since the Cold War is also highly relevant to policy makers facing key decisions about reposturing ground forces for joint and coalition warfare after the protracted struggles in Iraq and Afghanistan – and to any leader seeking to induce disruptive changes into large organizations.’ Frank G. Hoffman, National Defense University, Washington, DC 2013 228 x 152 mm 318pp 6 b/w illus.  13 tables   978-1-107-04432-6 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-62144-2 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107044326

Genocide and International Relations Changing Patterns in the Transitions of the Late Modern World Martin Shaw University of Sussex

Genocide can be assumed to be a problem of dictatorial regimes. This book shows that targeted violence against population groups is a much larger problem, that patterns of genocide depend on international contexts, and that genocide in the modern world can be stimulated as well as constrained by global change. ‘A pioneer scholar of globalization and contemporary warfare, Martin Shaw now focuses his sharp eye on international relations and genocide. This book’s marrying of these fields challenges both theorists and

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International relations, international organisations international organisations historians to rethink the categories and temporalities of their analysis. It is an important innovation.’ A. Dirk Moses, European University Institute, Florence 2013 228 x 152 mm 246pp 978-0-521-11013-6 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-12517-8 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9780521110136

Just and Unjust Military Intervention European Thinkers from Vitoria to Mill Edited by Stefano Recchia University of Cambridge European University Institute, Florence

Classical arguments about the legitimate use of force have crucially shaped society. But what lessons can we learn from classical European philosophers and jurists when thinking about the ethics and politics of military intervention today? This book explores the ways in which classical ideas can be applied to contemporary problems. ‘Arguments about whether or not military intervention is justified overshadow much of today’s international agenda. This authoritative collection, encompassing the reflections across four centuries of the major luminaries of European thought, will greatly enrich those debates, as well as documenting an intellectual history in its own right.’ Ian Clark, Aberystwyth University US$99.00

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The Opening Up of International Organizations Transnational Access in Global Governance Jonas Tallberg Stockholms Universitet

Thomas Sommerer Stockholms Universitet

Theresa Squatrito Stockholms Universitet

and Christer Jönsson Lunds Universitet, Sweden

Once the exclusive preserve of member states, international organizations have become increasingly open in recent decades. Combining statistical analysis and in-depth case studies, this book maps and explains the openness of international organizations across all

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‘Jonas Tallberg and his co-authors have collected a uniquely refined dataset of transnational access to almost 300 international bodies over time, which forms the backbone for the first systematic explanation of transnational design. This pathbreaking study will change our understanding of global governance.’ Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and VU University, Amsterdam 2013 228 x 152 mm 332pp 26 b/w illus.  32 tables   978-1-107-04223-0 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-64079-5 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

and Jennifer M. Welsh

2013 228 x 152 mm 317pp 978-1-107-04202-5 Hardback

issue areas, policy functions and world regions from 1950 to 2010.

www.cambridge.org/9781107042230

Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change Recognizing Grotian Moments Michael P. Scharf Case Western Reserve University, Ohio

This is the first book to explore the concept of ‘Grotian Moments’. Named for Hugo Grotius, whose masterpiece De jure belli ac pacis helped marshal in the modern system of international law, it examines the historic underpinnings of the Grotian Moment concept, provides a theoretical framework for testing its existence and application, and analyzes six case studies. 2013 228 x 152 mm 237pp 978-1-107-03523-2 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61032-3 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Enduring Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific Steve Chan University of Colorado Boulder

Enduring rivalries recurrently ensnare states in militarized disputes and wars. Steve Chan argues that Asia-Pacific rivalries are likely to be held in abeyance due to decisions by leaders in the region to base their political legitimacy on their economic performance rather than popular mobilization against foreign enemies. ‘An innovative study about the dynamics of enduring rivalries in the Asia-Pacific. By integrating rich knowledge of the region and rigorous international relations theorizing, Enduring Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific convincingly refutes the conventional wisdom about interstate rivalries and militarized conflicts in the Asia-Pacific. It explains why traditional ingredients

for wars, such as territorial disputes, military alliance and arms build-up, may not increase the overall odds of large multilateral wars in the region. Chan’s book will be very appealing to both IR theorists and experts in Asian studies.’ Richard W. Hu, University of Hong Kong 2013 228 x 152 mm 246pp 8 tables   978-1-107-04143-1 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107041431

Humanitarian Intervention A History Edited by Brendan Simms University of Cambridge

and D. J. B. Trim University of Reading

This unique and wide-ranging history of humanitarian intervention examines responses to oppression, persecution and mass atrocities from the emergence of the international state system and international law in the late sixteenth century, to the end of the twentieth century. ‘One of Simms and Trim’s expressed objectives is to show the ‘rich and varied’ history of humanitarian intervention, which is definitely achieved.’ Kate Nevens, International Affairs 2013 229 x 152 mm 426pp 7 maps   978-1-107-67332-8 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107673328

Individual Rights and the Making of the International System Christian Reus-Smit University of Queensland

Christian Reus-Smit argues that struggles for individual rights were deeply implicated in the development of today’s global system of sovereign states. Combining theoretical innovation with historical cases, he challenges the widespread assumption that such rights are marginal to world politics or important only after 1945. ‘Chris Reus-Smit has written a groundbreaking book. By showing that, during the last five centuries, revolutionary ideas on individual rights were at the roots of the demand for sovereignty and de-legitimation of empires, and therefore, also of the expansion of international systems and the evolution of international order, [his] theoretical and empirical tour de force, more than most books in international relations, reveals

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International relations, international organisations international organisations the social nature of international systems and how international orders transform.’ Emanuel Adler, Professor of Political Science and Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair of Israeli Studies, University of Toronto 2013 228 x 152 mm 244pp 978-0-521-85777-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-67448-5 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Institutional Choice and Global Commerce Joseph Jupille University of Colorado Boulder

Influence from Abroad

Edited by James C. Simeon

and Matt Guardino

University of Oxford

Foreign Voices, the Media, and U.S. Public Opinion Danny Hayes George Washington University, Washington DC

York University, Toronto

Providence College, Rhode Island

James C. Simeon examines the UNHCR’s central role in the international refugee protection regime, analyses the part played by key institutions, organizations and actors in the supervision of international refugee law, and provides suggestions and recommendations for how the UNHCR’s supervisory role can be strengthened. 2013 228 x 152 mm 384pp 978-1-107-02285-0 Hardback

Walter Mattli

US$115.00

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and Duncan Snidal

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University of Oxford

Why do institutions emerge, change, persist and die? This book addresses one of the central issues in the social sciences and beyond. Offering a new theoretical approach with illustrations from global commerce, it will appeal to students and scholars of international relations, politics, sociology, economics, law and public policy. ‘Jupille, Mattli, and Snidal have written a pathbreaking book on the politics of institutional choice relating to global commerce. Developing a novel approach grounded in bounded rationality, the authors demonstrate why the process of institutional change is often piece-meal, disjointed, and inefficient judged by standards of global efficiency.’ James Caporaso, Director of the European Union Center for Excellence, University of Washington, Seattle 2013 228 x 152 mm 265pp 10 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-03895-0 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-64592-9 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107038950

The Prohibition of Torture in Exceptional Circumstances Michelle Farrell University of Liverpool

Rather than engaging the question of whether torture can be justified in exceptional circumstances, Michelle Farrell asks how and why torture has become such a central subject of debate and critiques existing legal and moral approaches to torture with the aim of turning the debate on its head. 2013 228 x 152 mm 291pp 978-1-107-03079-4 Hardback

The UNHCR and the Supervision of International Refugee Law

US$99.00

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Counterinsurgency Exposing the Myths of the New Way of War Douglas Porch Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

Douglas Porch’s sweeping history of counterinsurgency campaigns, ranging from nineteenth-century colonial conquests to General Petraeus’s ‘Surge’ in Iraq, challenges the contemporary mythologising of counterinsurgency as a humane way of war. The reality, he reveals, is that ‘hearts and minds’ has never been a recipe for lasting stability. ‘In this brilliant volume master historian Douglas Porch shatters the myth of contemporary counterinsurgency by exposing its raw historical roots. American counterinsurgents often preach moralistic sounding bromides like ‘protect and serve the local populations’. Porch deconstructs the mythical universe of counterinsurgency and lays bare the historical truth that they are ultimately wars of death, destruction, and often brute conquest.’ Colonel Gian Gentile, United States Military Academy, West Point 2013 228 x 152 mm 445pp 16 b/w illus.  7 maps   978-1-107-02738-1 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-69984-7 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107027381

This book shows that US public opinion about American foreign policy can be shaped by foreign leaders and representatives of international organizations. US media outlets aired a significant amount of opposition to the invasion from official sources abroad, driving many Democrats and independents to signal opposition to the war. 2013 228 x 152 mm 196pp 19 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-1-107-03552-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-69102-5 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107035522

American Journalism and International Relations Foreign Correspondence from the Early Republic to the Digital Era Giovanna Dell’Orto University of Minnesota

American Journalism and International Relations argues that the American press’ disengagement from world affairs has critical repercussions for American foreign policy. Giovanna Dell’Orto shows that discourses created, circulated and maintained through the media mold opinions about the world and shape foreign policy parameters. 2013 228 x 152 mm 294pp 978-1-107-03195-1 Hardback

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An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect Edited by Gentian Zyberi Universitetet i Oslo

An Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect examines the roles and responsibilities of the international community regarding the responsibility to protect and proposes improvements to the current system of collective security and human rights protection. 2013 228 x 152 mm 570pp 978-1-107-03644-4 Hardback

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International relations, international organisations international organisations Global Markets and Government Regulation in Telecommunications Kirsten Rodine-Hardy Northeastern University, Boston

This book shows the surprising ways in which globalization has led to the spread of liberal reforms in the telecommunications sector around the world. It argues that international organizations, rather than just markets, structure this diffusion of policy innovation by providing information, sharing policy standards and developing regulatory networks. 2013 216 x 138 mm 226pp 2 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-1-107-02260-7 Hardback

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Principled Negotiation and Mediation in the International Arena Talking with Evil Paul J. Zwier Emory University, Atlanta

This book argues that it can be useful for the United States to talk with ‘evil’ – that is, terrorists and other bad actors – if it employs a strategy that engages a mediator who shares the United States’ principles yet is pragmatic. 2013 228 x 152 mm 462pp 3 b/w illus.  8 maps   978-1-107-02687-2 Hardback

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Just War and International Order The Uncivil Condition in World Politics Nicholas Rengger University of St Andrews, Scotland

A new account of the contemporary just war tradition, its roots and its relationship to wider aspects of the history of political thought. In a provocative and trenchant critique, Nicholas Rengger argues that the just war tradition, rather than being a restraint on war, has expanded its scope. ‘A literate and persuasive account in the context of just war and intervention of how reason coupled with good intentions can unwittingly help expand state authority and the use of force at home and abroad. Rengger’s arguments also show how historically informed reason coupled with a deeper understanding of community can provide compelling arguments for restraint.’ Richard Ned Lebow, Professor of International Political Theory, King’s College London 2013 228 x 152 mm 220pp 978-1-107-03164-7 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-64474-8 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Nationalism and War Edited by John A. Hall

Defensive Environmentalists and the Dynamics of Global Reform Thomas K. Rudel Rutgers University, New Jersey

Rudel analyzes historic occurrences of environmental reform, explaining that reforms occur when two types of environmentalists join forces: defensive environmentalists concerned with contaminants in their immediate surroundings and altruistic environmentalists who, after events such as hurricanes or droughts, commit to alleviating global problems. ‘A marvelous contribution to environment-society theory. Defensive Environmentalists and the Dynamics of Global Reform is a crowning achievement, drawing on insights garnered from Rudel’s long and distinguished career.’ S. R. Brechin, Syracuse University

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McGill University, Montréal

and Siniša Malešević University College Dublin

The relationship between nationalism and warfare is complex, and dependent on the historical period and geographical context in question. Nationalism and War brings together some of the world’s leading social scientists and historians, to examine the nature of this relationship and the factors which influence it. ‘This is a vastly important subject, and this book amply fulfils all expectations in assembling a star cast with divergent perspectives to explore its many dimensions. The editors’ introduction offers a state-of-theart overview to the field. This is an essential text for students of war and of nationalism.’ John Hutchinson, Reader in Nationalism, London School of Economics and Political Science

Sex in Peace Operations Gabrielle Simm University of New South Wales, Sydney

Sex in Peace Operations critically re-evaluates the problem of UN peacekeepers, private military contractors and humanitarian NGO workers who engage in sex with local people. Of interest to scholars of international law, peace and conflict studies, gender and sexuality, and development, it takes a regulatory approach to international law. 2013 228 x 152 mm 247pp 978-1-107-03032-9 Hardback

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The Ethics of Preventive War Edited by Deen K. Chatterjee University of Utah

Examines the complex moral and legal issues of preventive warfare, using current debates to shed light on enduring questions about justice, human rights and ethics of war and peace. Of interest to scholars in ethics and political philosophy, political theory, international relations, international law, peace studies. 2013 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-76568-8 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-15478-9 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Wargames From Gladiators to Gigabytes Martin van Creveld Hebrew University of Jerusalem

War and games have always been intimately related in many different ways. This book studies the history of wargames – from the Old Testament to computer games – and explores their development, their links to real warfare, and their role in human culture at large. ‘No other historian could bring us this marvellous history of wargaming and its relationship to the larger strategic and societal trends that are the critical context for the impact these games have had.’ Paul Bracken, Yale University, and author of The Second Nuclear Age

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Countering Terrorism in Britain and France Institutions, Norms and the Shadow of the Past Frank Foley Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, Madrid

Frank Foley presents the first in-depth comparative analysis of counterterrorist operations in two leading liberal democracies. 2013 228 x 152 mm 352pp 3 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02969-9 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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International Law Jan Klabbers University of Helsinki

A landmark publication in the teaching of international law from one of the world’s leading international lawyers. This refreshingly clear, concise textbook conveys the dynamics of international law through four questions: where does it come from? To whom does it apply? How does it resolve conflict? What does it say? ‘This textbook not only provides a source of knowledge but also a source of critical thinking which captivates the reader’s attention. Every person dealing with international law should read Professor Klabbers’ International Law: its case law discussion and fascinating analysis of international law principles provides a powerful tool when teaching the international legal order.’ Elena Katselli, Newcastle Law School

Contents: Table of cases; Preface; Part I. The Structure of International Law: 1. The setting of international law; 2. The making of international law; 3. The law of treaties; 4. The subjects of international law; 5. Jurisdiction, powers, and immunities; 6. The individual in international law; 7. The law of responsibility; 8. International courts and tribunals; 9. Sanctions, countermeasures, and collective security; Part II. The Substance of International Law: 10. Use of force; 11. The law of armed conflict; 12. International criminal law; 13. The seas, the air, and space; 14. Protecting the environment; 15. The global economy; Part III. The Surroundings

of International Law: 16. Domestic courts and the relationship with international law; 17. The politics and ethics of international law and global governance; 18. By way of conclusion; Bibliography.

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations

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The State of the Art Edited by Jeffrey L. Dunoff

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Privatizing War Private Military and Security Companies under Public International Law Lindsey Cameron

Temple University, Philadelphia Temple University, Philadelphia

Influential writers on international law and international relations explore the making, interpretation and enforcement of international law.

and Vincent Chetail

2013 228 x 152 mm 696pp 10 b/w illus.  12 tables   978-1-107-02074-0 Hardback US$125.00 978-1-107-68402-7 Paperback US$44.99

Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva

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University of Geneva

A comprehensive and detailed analysis of the international legal framework applying to private military and security companies in armed conflict. 2013 228 x 152 mm 754pp 978-1-107-03240-8 Hardback

US$150.00

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Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare General Editor Michael N. Schmitt US Naval War College

The result of a three-year project, this manual addresses the entire spectrum of international legal issues raised by cyber warfare. 2013 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-1-107-02443-4 Hardback US$120.00 978-1-107-61377-5 Paperback US$58.99 For all formats available, see

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Globalization and the Distribution of Wealth The Latin American Experience, 1982–2008 Arie M. Kacowicz Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Links theoretical discussions about globalization and the distribution of wealth with a rich empirical analysis of Latin America. 2013 228 x 152 mm 262pp 8 b/w illus.  16 tables   978-1-107-02784-8 Hardback

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The Six-Day War and Israeli Self-Defense Questioning the Legal Basis for Preventive War John Quigley Ohio State University

Seeks to provide a corrective on the 1967 war between Israel and Arab states using documents declassified by key governments. 2013 228 x 152 mm 284pp 978-1-107-03206-4 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61002-6 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Alliance Formation in Civil Wars Fotini Christia Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This book argues power balances, rather than shared identities, explain why warring Afghan groups aligned with and double-crossed each other. Gregory M. Luebbert Award, American Political Science Association 2013 – Winner 2013 234 x 156 mm 356pp 19 b/w illus.  11 maps  15 tables   978-1-107-02302-4 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-68348-8 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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International relations, international organisations international organisations European Security in NATO’s Shadow

Normative Pluralism and International Law

Party Ideologies and Institution Building Stephanie C. Hofmann

Exploring Global Governance Edited by Jan Klabbers

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

and Touko Piiparinen

Asks why European countries tried to build a security institution outside of NATO, emphasising the influence of political party ideologies.

This book addresses conflicts involving how law relates to normative orders, and the assumption that law no longer automatically claims supremacy, but that actors can pick and choose which code to follow. It covers conflicts between legal orders and conflicts involving law and honor, self-regulation, lex mercatoria, local social practices, bureaucracy, religion, professional standards and morality.

2013 228 x 152 mm 275pp 9 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-02909-5 Hardback

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International Liquidity and the Financial Crisis William A. Allen

Explains how the financial crisis spread across the world, how damage was contained and how the monetary world has changed. 2013 228 x 152 mm 270pp 36 b/w illus.  49 tables   978-1-107-03004-6 Hardback

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Helsinki University, Faculty of Law Finnish Institute of International Affairs

ASIL Studies in International Legal Theory

2013 228 x 152 mm 367pp 3 b/w illus.  1 table   978-1-107-03622-2 Hardback

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Conflicts in the Knowledge Society The Contentious Politics of Intellectual Property Sebastian Haunss Universität Bremen

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Petro-Aggression When Oil Causes War Jeff D. Colgan American University, Washington DC

Offers new insight into why oil politics has a central role in global peace and conflict. 2013 228 x 152 mm 324pp 17 b/w illus.  15 tables   978-1-107-02967-5 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-65497-6 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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Combining a theoretical perspective with in-depth empirical studies, Sebastian Haunss discusses how conflicts over intellectual property issues such as access to medicines, the emergence of Pirate Parties and the creation of Creative Commons are linked to more general social conflicts in the knowledge society. Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, 20

2013 228 x 152 mm 296pp 20 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-03642-0 Hardback

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Transnational Dynamics of Civil War Edited by Jeffrey T. Checkel Simon Fraser University, British Columbia

Combining innovative theory with detailed case studies, this book offers a novel account of the border-crossing processes of civil war. 2013 228 x 152 mm 319pp 3 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-02553-0 Hardback

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The Law of Development Cooperation A Comparative Analysis of the World Bank, the EU and Germany Philipp Dann Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany

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Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

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This comparative study on the laws of foreign aid as a central field of global public policy asks how accountability and human rights can be preserved while combating poverty. Placing the law in its theoretical and political context, it is relevant to lawyers and

political scientists, academics and practitioners alike. Cambridge International Trade and Economic Law, 11

2013 228 x 152 mm 604pp 978-1-107-02029-0 Hardback

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State Responsibility The General Part James Crawford University of Cambridge

James Crawford’s critical, in-depth review of the responsibility of states for acts contrary to international law also examines issues of dispute settlement in relation to responsibility and the connections between institutions, rules and practice. It fully reflects the ILC’s work (led in its final stages by Crawford) and subsequent developments. Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, 100

2013 228 x 152 mm 912pp 978-0-521-82266-4 Hardback

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International Law and the Arctic Michael Byers University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Climate change and rising oil prices have thrust the Arctic to the top of the foreign policy agenda and raised difficult issues of sovereignty, security and environmental protection. International Law and the Arctic explains these developments in a manner that is accessible to lawyers and non-lawyers alike. ‘By situating legal instruments and norms within the region’s complex politics, diverse cultures, emergent economic sectors, and increasingly dynamic geophysical environment, Michael Byers has written an accessible but thorough guide to the region.’ Philip E. Steinberg, Durham University Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, 103

2013 228 x 152 mm 337pp 1 map   978-1-107-04275-9 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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International relations, international organisations international organisations Domestic Politics and International Human Rights Tribunals The Problem of Compliance Courtney Hillebrecht University of Nebraska, Lincoln

This book brings together theories of compliance from international law, human rights, and international relations to explain the increasingly important phenomenon of states’ compliance with human rights tribunals’ rulings. It explores these issues through a combination of quantitative analyses and in-depth case studies from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Italy, Portugal, Russia and the United Kingdom. Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, 104

2014 228 x 152 mm 200pp 3 b/w illus.  13 tables   978-1-107-04022-9 Hardback Publication January 2014

The Persistent Power of Human Rights From Commitment to Compliance Edited by Thomas Risse

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The Great Powers and the International System Systemic Theory in Empirical Perspective Bear F. Braumoeller Ohio State University

A systemic argument that is virtually unknown in international relations. This book describes and tests a fully systemic theory of international politics. Using statistics and diplomatic history, it traces statesmen’s efforts to influence the broad contours of the international system within which they interact.

and Kathryn Sikkink

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University of Minnesota

This book offers a unique combination of quantitative and qualitative research arguing for the persistent power of human rights norms. Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 126

2013 228 x 152 mm 374pp 12 b/w illus.  15 tables   978-1-107-02893-7 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-60936-5 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

The Cartographic State Maps, Territory, and the Origins of Sovereignty Jordan Branch Brown University, Rhode Island

Today’s maps are filled with uniform states separated by linear boundaries. This book examines the important but overlooked role of cartography in shaping the development of modern states. It explores how maps have altered concepts of political space, organization and authority, and transformed practices of internal rule and international interaction. Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 127

2013 228 x 152 mm 224pp 14 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04096-0 Hardback US$90.00 For all formats available, see

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2013 234 x 156 mm 297pp 34 b/w illus.  10 tables   978-1-107-00541-9 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-65918-6 Paperback US$29.99

Global Shell Games

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University of Wyoming

Stephen C. Ropp

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corporations through a series of field experiments. 2014 228 x 152 mm 288pp 16 b/w illus.  20 tables   978-1-107-04314-5 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-63883-9 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014

Freie Universität Berlin

Experiments in Transnational Relations, Crime, and Terrorism Michael G. Findley University of Texas, Austin

Daniel L. Nielson Brigham Young University, Utah

and J. C. Sharman Griffith University, Queensland

Every year a staggering number of corporate service providers mask perpetrators of terrorist financing, corruption and illegal arms trades, but the degree to which firms flout global identification standards remains unknown. This book sheds new light on the sordid world of anonymous shell

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The Status of Law in World Society Meditations on the Role and Rule of Law Friedrich Kratochwil European University Institute, Florence

Friedrich Kratochwil’s book explores the key discourses surrounding the role of law in the international arena. Providing an overview of the debates in legal theory, philosophy, international law and international organizations, Kratochwil reflects on the need to break down disciplinary boundaries. Advance praise: ‘Kratochwil is one of the few contemporary academics straddling the line between international relations theory and international law. He is not just a political scientist, but a political thinker firmly based in classic as well as modern social philosophy. The meditations assembled in the present book bring out the best in Kratochwil’s writing: they are enlightening, of course, but they are also a pleasure to read, acerbic, iconoclastic and challenging our established wisdom on many concepts we have taken for granted.’ Bruno Simma, University of Michigan and former judge, International Court of Justice Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 129

2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-1-107-03728-1 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-68107-1 Paperback US$34.99 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Responsibility for Human Rights Transnational Corporations in Imperfect States David Jason Karp University of Sussex

Karp argues that non-state actors, including transnational corporations, can sometimes be public enough to have ‘responsibility for human rights’. His book shows how this approach is superior to the main alternative perspectives, and gives readers an original combination of theory and

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International relations, international organisations international organisations empirical grounding in the world of practice. Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 130

2014 228 x 152 mm 220pp 3 tables   978-1-107-03788-5 Hardback c. US$95.00 Publication March 2014

Edited by Gregory C. Shaffer University of Minnesota School of Law

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Leading law and society scholars apply an empirically grounded approach to the study of transnational legal ordering and its effects within countries.

Democratic Militarism

Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

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Voting, Wealth, and War Jonathan D. Caverley Northwestern University, Illinois

Why are democracies pursuing more military conflicts, but achieving worse results? Examining modern militaries and the average voter’s incentives, this book explains why Britain’s empire swelled as its suffrage expanded, why the US pursued a lengthy but flawed strategy in Vietnam, and why we are entering an age of democratic militarism. Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 131

2014 228 x 152 mm 260pp 26 b/w illus.  1 map  18 tables   978-1-107-06398-3 Hardback c. US$95.00 978-1-107-66737-2 Paperback c. US$29.99 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Complementarity in the Line of Fire The Catalysing Effect of the International Criminal Court in Uganda and Sudan Sarah M. H. Nouwen University of Cambridge

Focussing on Uganda and Sudan, and drawing on extensive empirical research, Complementarity in the Line of Fire provides a reality check on the expectation that the ICC will catalyse domestic proceedings and prompt the reform of domestic legal systems. ‘This work gets under the skin of rules and institutions and looks with an acute anthropological eye at their real effects in practice. Under the rubric of complementarity, Sarah Nouwen has had the energy and courage to explore a difficult and variable terrain and the nerve to tell the resulting story. The result is a marvellous début.’ James Crawford, Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

2013 228 x 152 mm 524pp 5 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01078-9 Hardback US$110.00 For all formats available, see

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Transnational Legal Ordering and State Change

2013 228 x 152 mm 264pp 6 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-02611-7 Hardback

from Australia (PT Garuda Indonesia) and England (Pocket Kings, Sultan of Pahang) and diplomatic immunity cases from England (Wokuri) and the United States (Baoanan and Swarna) and the Zimbabwe Supreme Court case on expropriation of agricultural land (Commercial Farmers Union). International Law Reports, 152

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International Law Reports

International Law Reports

Volume 153 Edited by Elihu Lauterpacht

Volume 151 Edited by Elihu Lauterpacht

Christopher Greenwood

University of Cambridge

Christopher Greenwood International Court of Justice

and Karen Lee University of Cambridge

The International Law Reports is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of decisions of international courts and arbitrators as well as judgments of national courts. Volume 151 reports on, amongst others, the judgment of the International Court of Justice in Kasikili/Sedudu Island (Botswana/Namibia), the judgments of the International Court of Justice in Sovereignty over Pulau Ligitan and Pulau Sipadan (Indonesia/Malaysia), and the judgment of the International Court of Justice in Dispute regarding Navigational and Related Rights (Costa Rica v. Nicaragua). International Law Reports, 151

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University of Cambridge International Court of Justice

and Karen Lee University of Cambridge

Volume 153 reports on, amongst others, the 2012 decision of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in Othman (Abu Qatada), the 2012 decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Hungary v. Slovakia, and the 2011 decision of the Netherlands Court of Appeal of The Hague in Nuhanovic. International Law Reports, 153

2013 219 x 146 mm 799pp 978-1-107-03676-5 Hardback

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Christopher Greenwood International Court of Justice

and Karen Lee University of Cambridge

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International Law Reports Volume 152 Edited by Elihu Lauterpacht University of Cambridge

Christopher Greenwood International Court of Justice

and Karen Lee University of Cambridge

Volume 152 reports on, amongst others, the orders and judgment of the International Court of Justice in Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay (Argentina v. Uruguay), state immunity cases

Volume 154 reports on, amongst others, the 2013 Award of Court of Arbitration in the Indus Waters Kishenganga Arbitration, the Advisory Opinion OC16/99 of Inter-American Court of Human Rights on the Right to Information on Consular Assistance, and the United States Court of Appeals (District of Columbia Circuit) 2012 decision in Hamdan. International Law Reports, 154

2013 219 x 146 mm 912pp 8 maps   978-1-107-03677-2 Hardback US$260.00 For all formats available, see

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diplomatic toolbox will reshape how countries do business with one another.

Sean F. Everton

Volume 155 Edited by Elihu Lauterpacht

Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

International Court of Justice

Focuses on how social network analysis can be used to craft strategies to track, destabilize and disrupt covert, illegal networks.

and Karen Lee

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University of Cambridge

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University of Cambridge

Christopher Greenwood

Volume 155 reports on, amongst others, the England Court of Appeal 2013 judgment in Othman (Abu Qatada) v. Home Secretary, the 2012 decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Ahmad and Others v. United Kingdom and the related 2012 England High Court decision in Hamza and Others v. Home Secretary, and the South Africa Constitutional Court 2011 judgment in Glenister v. President of Republic of South Africa. International Law Reports, 155

2014 219 x 146 mm 807pp 978-1-107-03673-4 Hardback Publication February 2014

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The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives Edited by Andreas Føllesdal Universitetet i Oslo

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Small Arms Survey 2013 Everyday Dangers Small Arms Survey, Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland

The Small Arms Survey 2013: Everyday Dangers explores the complexities of non-conflict armed violence, focusing on intimate partner violence, armed gangs and organised crime, with a geographic focus. The book reports on illicit weapons and ammunition prices; on seizures of illicit weapons and ammunition; and on the demilitarisation industry. ‘Law enforcement must address and anticipate new trends in the illegal acquisition, use, and transfer of firearms to ensure the safety of our communities. Evidence-based research provided by the Small Arms Survey 2013 can help us better understand the problem of violent crime involving the use of firearms. I invite all those organizations, authorities, and services tasked with preventing and combating crime worldwide to draw full benefit from this new edition of the Survey.’ Ronald K. Noble, Secretary General, INTERPOL Small Arms Survey

2013 246 x 189 mm 335pp 88 colour illus.  10 maps  33 tables   978-1-107-04196-7 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-67244-4 Paperback US$34.99

Johan Karlsson Schaffer Universitetet i Oslo

and Geir Ulfstein Universitetet i Oslo

Prominent scholars in law, political philosophy and international relations examine the legitimacy of international human rights regimes as a theoretically challenging and politically salient case of international authority and provide a unique and thorough overview of the legitimacy problems involved in the global governance of human rights. Studies on Human Rights Conventions, 4

2013 228 x 152 mm 319pp 978-1-107-03460-0 Hardback

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Political economy Minilateralism How Trade Alliances, Soft Law and Financial Engineering are Redefining Economic Statecraft Chris Brummer Georgetown University Law Center

Multilateral organizations dominated during the past half century, but no longer monopolize economic affairs. Countries are resorting to ‘minilateral’ strategies like trade alliances, informal ‘soft law’ agreements, and financial engineering to manage the global economy. This book explains how these strategies work and how this new

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The Rise and Fall of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger Liberalism, Boom and Bust Seán Ó’Riain National University of Ireland, Maynooth

In 2008 Ireland experienced one of the most dramatic economic crises of any economy in the world. This book offers a detailed account of the forces shaping the ‘boom to bust’ fall of the Celtic Tiger and explains the lessons of Ireland’s experience for the workings of economic liberalism worldwide. 2014 228 x 152 mm 300pp 59 b/w illus.  40 tables   978-1-107-00982-0 Hardback c. US$90.00 978-0-521-27905-5 Paperback c. US$32.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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KEY REFERENCE

The Cambridge History of Capitalism Edited by Larry Neal and Jeffrey G. Williamson

The Cambridge History of Capitalism is a comprehensive two-volume work that provides an authoritative account of the evolution of capitalism and its spread and impact across the world. Adopting a wide geographical coverage and strong comparative perspective, an international team of leading scholars delve deep into the historical roots of capitalism and provide a definitive reference on the global development of capitalism and the varieties of responses to it. Volume I traces the rise of capitalism from distant origins in ancient Babylon to modern times, determining what features of modern capitalism were present at each time and place, and why the various precursors of capitalism did not survive. Volume II explores the global consequences that capitalism has had for industry, agriculture and trade, along with the reactions by governments, firms and markets. These groundbreaking volumes will have widespread appeal amongst

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Political economy historians, economists and political scientists.

successes, and ultimately, how capitalism became global.

Contributors: Larry Neal, Michael Jursa, Alain Bresson, Willem M. Jongman, Étienne de la Vaissière, R. Bin Wong, Tirthankar Roy, Sevket Pamuk, Karl Gunnar Persson, Luciano Pezzolo, Oscar Gelderblom, Joost Jonker, Patrick Karl O’Brien, Richard Salvucci, Morten Jerven, Ann M. Carlos, Frank D. Lewis, C. Knick Harley, Jeremy Atack, José Luís Cardoso, Kevin H. O’Rourke, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Robert C. Allen, Giovanni Federico, Kristine Bruland, David C. Mowery, Ron Harris, Geoffrey Jones, Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung, Ranald Michie, Harold James, Mark Harrison, Jeffry Frieden, Ronald Rogowski, Michael Huberman, Peter H. Lindert, Leandro Prados de la Escosura

Contributors: Larry Neal, Michael Jursa, Alain Bresson, Willem M. Jongman, Étienne de la Vaissière, R. B. Wong, Tirthankar Roy, Sevket Pamuk, Karl Gunnar Persson, Luciano Pezzolo, Oscar Gelderblom, Joost Jonker, Patrick Karl O’Brien, Richard Salvucci, Morten Jerven, Ann M. Carlos, Frank D. Lewis, C. Knick Harley, Jeremy Atack, José Luís Cardoso

2014 228 x 152 mm 1400pp 54 b/w illus.  5 maps  27 tables   978-1-107-03694-9 2 Volume Set US$230.00 Publication January 2014

The Cambridge History of Capitalism

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The Cambridge History of Capitalism Volume 1: The Rise of Capitalism: From Ancient Origins to 1848 General Editor Larry Neal University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

and Jeffrey G. Williamson Harvard University, Massachusetts

The first volume of The Cambridge History of Capitalism provides a comprehensive account of the evolution of capitalism from its earliest beginnings. Starting with its distant origins in ancient Babylon, successive chapters trace progression up to the ‘Promised Land’ of capitalism in America. Adopting a wide geographical coverage and comparative perspective, the international team of authors discuss the contributions of Greek, Roman and Asian civilizations to the development of capitalism, as well as the Chinese, Indian and Arab empires. They determine what features of modern capitalism were present at each time and place, and why the various precursors of capitalism did not survive. Looking at the eventual success of medieval Europe and the examples of city-states in northern Italy and the Low Countries, the authors address how British mercantilism led to European imitations and American

2014 228 x 152 mm 592pp 28 b/w illus.  5 maps  13 tables   978-1-107-01963-8 Hardback US$130.00 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Volume 2: The Spread of Capitalism: From 1848 to the Present General Editor Larry Neal University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

and Jeffrey G. Williamson Harvard University, Massachusetts

The second volume of The Cambridge History of Capitalism provides an authoritative reference on the spread and impact of capitalism across the world, and the varieties of responses to it. Employing a wide geographical coverage and strong comparative outlook, a team of leading scholars explore the global consequences that capitalism has had for industry, agriculture and trade, along with the reactions by governments, firms and markets. The authors consider how World War I halted the initial spread of capitalism, but global capitalism arose again by the close of the twentieth century. They explore how the responses of labor movements, compounded by the reactions by political regimes, whether defensive or proactive, led to diverse military and welfare consequences. Beneficial results eventually emerged, but the rise and spread of capitalism has not been easy or smooth. This definitive volume will have widespread appeal amongst historians, economists and political scientists. Contributors: Kevin H. O’Rourke, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Robert C. Allen, Giovanni Federico, Kristine Bruland, David C. Mowery, Ron Harris, Geoffrey Jones, Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung, Ranald Michie, Harold James, Gareth Austin, Mark Harrison, Jeffry Frieden, Ronald Rogowski, Michael Huberman, Peter H. Lindert, Leandro Prados de la Escosura, Larry Neal 2014 228 x 152 mm 544pp 26 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-01964-5 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Economic Politics in the United States The Costs and Risks of Democracy Second edition William R. Keech Duke University, North Carolina

This book evaluates democratic institutions and processes with respect to their impact on macroeconomic performance. The deterioration in fiscal discipline has made it clear how important informal institutions are, and this second edition demonstrates this. Although polarization has increased, it would not be as consequential with stronger informal institutions, especially those of budget balance over the business cycle. ‘In this important new edition, Bill Keech, one of the first political scientists to apply macroeconomic tools and research to political questions, revisits his prior inquiry on the ‘health’ of economic politics. But, in doing so, he also extends his discussion to incorporate many new findings in macro political economy. These additional results enhance our understanding of how and how well representative government performs. What is more, this book reflects the author’s qualities: clear in exposition and sober in outlook. Very few social scientists have his scholarly breadth to engage the varied literatures from different disciplines – and even fewer could have written a contribution like this.’ Jim Granato, University of Houston 2013 228 x 152 mm 312pp 8 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-00414-6 Hardback US$95.00 978-0-521-17867-9 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Global Problems, Smart Solutions Costs and Benefits Edited by Bjørn Lomborg Copenhagen Consensus Center

Bjørn Lomborg invites more than 50 expert authors to decide how best to spend a hypothetical $75 billion of aid money to combat twelve major global problems. This thought-provoking book challenges readers to form their own opinions and prioritize: resources are limited and some solutions are smarter than others. Praise for the Copenhagen Consensus 2004–2013: ‘I have served on four Copenhagen Consensus committees of experts

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Political economy since 2004. All involved hard choices among attractive alternatives to meet crucial objectives for development and health. And the reason I keep serving? I learn so much.’

decay of American democracy. While this book may not comfort the afflicted, it should certainly afflict the comfortable. And what’s more, it should make readers think.’

Thomas C. Schelling, Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Maryland, and Nobel Laureate in Economics

Stephen J. Blank, Strategic Studies Institute, United States Army War College

2013 246 x 189 mm 760pp 110 b/w illus.  172 tables   978-1-107-03959-9 Hardback US$125.00 978-1-107-61221-1 Paperback US$49.99 For all formats available, see

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The Political Economy of Transnational Tax Reform The Shoup Mission to Japan in Historical Context Edited by W. Elliot Brownlee University of California, Santa Barbara

Eisaku Ide Keio University, Tokyo

and Yasunori Fukagai Yokohama National University, Japan

These essays explore the history of the US tax mission to Japan during the occupation following World War II. Carl Shoup was appointed to create a new tax system for Japan. This volume examines the intellectual world of Shoup and his colleagues, describes their collaboration with Japan and analyzes the mission’s effects. 2013 228 x 152 mm 482pp 8 b/w illus.  10 tables   978-1-107-03316-0 Hardback

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Democracy and its Elected Enemies American Political Capture and Economic Decline Steven Rosefielde University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

and Daniel Quinn Mills Harvard Business School

This book reveals that American politicians have usurped their constitutional authority, substituting their economic and political sovereignty for the people’s. Rosefielde and Mills contend that this usurpation is the source of America’s economic decline and fading international power, and provide an action plan for restoring ‘true’ democracy in which politicians only provide the services people vote for within the civil and property rights protections set forth in the constitution. ‘Once again Rosefielde and Mills take no prisoners. Neither the right nor the left emerge unscathed from this withering account of the

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AIDS Drugs For All Social Movements and Market Transformations Ethan B. Kapstein Arizona State University

and Joshua W. Busby University of Texas, Austin

Drawing on a rich set of interviews and surveys, this book shows how the AIDS treatment advocacy movement helped millions in the developing world gain access to life-saving medication. The reasons behind this movement’s success are used to explore the conditions under which other social movements can transform global markets. ‘One of the most profound social movements of our time was the one that pitted people with AIDS against Fortune 500 drug companies, fighting to push treatments through the R&D pipeline, and then bring their prices down to levels affordable for the entire world. Kapstein and Busby tell the saga, and offer powerful insights into why this battle was won for AIDS, but not for other global health issues. Bravo!’ Laurie Garrett, Pulitzer Prize winner and Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations 2013 228 x 152 mm 337pp 12 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-03614-7 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-63264-6 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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Social Assistance in Developing Countries Armando Barrientos University of Manchester

This book provides the first comprehensive account of the global growth of social assistance transfers in developing countries. It explains the emergence of programmes such as Brazil’s Bolsa Família, India’s National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and South Africa’s Child Support Grant,

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and examines their potential to address global poverty. ‘In this complex but accessible book, Armando Barrientos locates the exponential recent growth of social assistance programmes in developing countries in its historical and political context. Uniquely, he weaves together ethical arguments and economic analysis, to explain why social assistance has emerged as one of the most powerful tools for fighting poverty in our times. No-one who reads this seminal book can fail to be convinced that social assistance for the poor is not only effective but also affordable and ethically indispensable.’ Stephen Devereux, Institute of Development Studies 2013 228 x 152 mm 267pp 10 b/w illus.  5 tables   978-1-107-03902-5 Hardback

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Against the Consensus Reflections on the Great Recession Justin Yifu Lin Peking University, Beijing

In June 2008, Justin Yifu Lin was appointed Chief Economist of the World Bank, right before the eruption of the worst global financial and economic crisis since the Great Depression. Drawing on experience from his privileged position, Lin offers unique reflections on the cause of the crisis, why it was so serious and widespread, and its likely evolution. Arguing that conventional theories provide inadequate solutions, he proposes new initiatives for achieving global stability and avoiding the recurrence of similar crises in the future. He suggests that the crisis and the global imbalances both originated with the excess liquidity created by US financial deregulation and loose monetary policy, and recommends the creation of a global Marshall Plan and a new supranational global reserve currency. This thought-provoking book will appeal to academics, graduate students, policy makers, and anyone interested in the global economy. ‘A large literature asks what China can learn from the advanced countries as it continues to develop. Here Justin Yifu Lin turns the tables and asks what the advanced countries can learn from

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Political economy China, including on questions like the need for infrastructure spending in recovery from the crisis. Who better?’ Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley 2013 228 x 152 mm 273pp 46 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-03887-5 Hardback

US$29.99

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Outsourcing Economics Global Value Chains in Capitalist Development William Milberg New School for Social Research, New York

and Deborah Winkler Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis, New York

William Milberg and Deborah Winkler propose an institutional theory of trade and development. They find that offshoring reduces employment and raises income inequality in countries that lack institutions supporting workers. They also find that offshoring allows firms to reduce domestic investment and focus on finance and short-run stock movements. 2013 228 x 152 mm 370pp 57 b/w illus.  34 tables   978-1-107-02699-5 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-60962-4 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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Partisan Investment in the Global Economy Why the Left Loves Foreign Direct Investment and FDI Loves the Left Pablo M. Pinto Columbia University, New York

Pinto develops a partisan theory of foreign direct investment (FDI) arguing that left-wing governments choose policies that allow easier entry by foreign investors more than right-wing governments, and that foreign investors prefer to invest in countries governed by the left. ‘Pinto explores one of the key political questions asked of globalization: when and why would a government seek foreign direct investment? By providing analysts with a lucid and thorough examination of data on cross-country variation in both flows and regulation of FDI, Pinto shows how and why left-leaning parties are more likely to support FDI. This is a must-read book for scholars interested in economic development, globalization, and the politics of investment.’ Judith Goldstein, Stanford University

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2013 228 x 152 mm 305pp 33 b/w illus.  37 tables   978-1-107-01910-2 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61736-0 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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From Financial Crisis to Stagnation The Destruction of Shared Prosperity and the Role of Economics Thomas I. Palley

This book offers a novel explanation of the financial crisis and Great Recession that emphasizes the destruction of shared prosperity over the past thirty years. This contrasts with ‘black swan’ styled explanations that emphasize unexpected financial shocks and speculation. The book explains why the economy is now confronted with stagnation rather than the quick recovery predicted by other accounts.

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Building Business in Post-Communist Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia Collective Goods, Selective Incentives, and Predatory States Dinissa Duvanova State University of New York, Buffalo

After the collapse of communism, industry associations mushroomed throughout the communist countries of Eastern Europe and the USSR. A business’ choice to join these groups often depends on economic regulations, corrupt enforcement practices and the ability of associations to provide effective regulatory relief to members and the larger business community. 2013 228 x 152 mm 267pp 16 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03016-9 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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‘Thomas Palley has provided a penetrating analysis of the Great Recession, the weakness of the policy response, and the role of economic ideas in both. If we are to avoid the Great Stagnation – and build a more equitable and sustainable economic future – economists and policy makers must fundamentally change the way they think about economics and politics. Mr Palley points the way.’

Money and Banks in the American Political System

Ron Blackwell, Chief Economist, AFL-CIO

2013 228 x 152 mm 324pp 8 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-1-107-02804-3 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-60916-7 Paperback US$29.99

2013 228 x 152 mm 258pp 26 b/w illus.  26 tables   978-1-107-61246-4 Paperback US$27.99 Also available 978-1-107-01662-0 Hardback US$62.00 For all formats available, see

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The Political Economy of Human Happiness How Voters’ Choices Determine the Quality of Life Benjamin Radcliff University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Data, methods and theories of contemporary social science can be applied to resolve how political outcomes in democratic societies determine the quality of life that citizens experience. Radcliff seeks to provide an objective answer to the debate over what public policies best contribute to people leading positive and rewarding lives.

Kathryn C. Lavelle Case Western Reserve University, Ohio

Lavelle argues that the political sources of instability in finance derive from the intersection of market innovation and regulatory arbitrage.

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The State of Economic and Social Human Rights A Global Overview Edited by Lanse Minkler University of Connecticut

Offers original scholarship on economic and social human rights from cuttingedge scholars in the fields of economics, law, political science, sociology and anthropology. 2013 228 x 152 mm 403pp 11 b/w illus.  22 tables   978-1-107-02802-9 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-60913-6 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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2013 234 x 156 mm 211pp 16 b/w illus.  16 tables   978-1-107-03084-8 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-64442-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Political economy After the Great Recession The Struggle for Economic Recovery and Growth Edited by Barry Z. Cynamon Washington University, St Louis

Rawi E. Abdelal, Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management, Harvard Business School Business and Public Policy

Steven Fazzari Washington University, St Louis

and Mark Setterfield Trinity College, Connecticut

Foreword by Robert Kuttner

A collection of essays about the US Great Recession of 2007 to 2009 and the subsequent stagnation from prominent scholars. 2013 228 x 152 mm 354pp 19 b/w illus.  15 tables   978-1-107-01589-0 Hardback

strategy. With extraordinary research and compelling argument, Hughes’ book provides insight into both.’

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In the Shadow of Violence Politics, Economics, and the Problems of Development Edited by Douglass C. North Washington University, St Louis

John Joseph Wallis University of Maryland, College Park

Steven B. Webb The World Bank, Washington DC

and Barry R. Weingast Stanford University, California

This book explains how political control of economic privileges is used to limit violence and coordinate coalitions of powerful organizations. 2013 228 x 152 mm 376pp 12 b/w illus.  2 maps  42 tables   978-1-107-01421-3 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-68491-1 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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Globalizing Oil Firms and Oil Market Governance in France, Japan, and the United States Llewelyn Hughes George Washington University, Washington DC

Oil is one of the world’s most important commodities. This book is the first systematically to document and explain why governments across advanced industrialized democracies have changed the strategies they use to govern their oil markets over the last three decades. Advance praise: ‘Llewelyn Hughes has written a brilliant book about the transformation of the world’s energy markets. In Globalizing Oil, Hughes demonstrates that the interplay of governments and firms in the global market for oil requires an understanding of both politics and

2014 228 x 152 mm 272pp 3 b/w illus.  1 table   978-1-107-04199-8 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Perils of Centralization Lessons from Church, State, and Corporation Ken Kollman University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

In this provocative and wide-ranging book, Ken Kollman examines the histories of the US government, the Catholic Church, General Motors, and the European Union as examples of federated systems that centralized power over time. He shows how their institutions became locked-in to intensive power in the executive. Advance praise: ‘Organization theorists across the social sciences, from political science to economics to history, will profit from and enjoy Ken Kollman’s ambitious attempt to conduct organizational analysis across nationstate, church, business, and political union and to bear naked the forces that lead to increased centralization. Expect this book to start a lively discussion across these disciplines!’ Jacques Crémer, Toulouse School of Economics Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 224pp 1 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04252-0 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-61694-3 Paperback US$27.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

Trading Spaces Foreign Direct Investment Regulation, 1970–2000 Sonal S. Pandya University of Virginia

This book examines why countries dismantled FDI restrictions over the period 1970–2000. It features statistical analyses of the most comprehensive dataset of industry-level FDI regulations to date. It also highlights the economic and political foundations of global economic integration and the growing economic conflicts between advanced economics and large emerging markets. Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

2014 228 x 152 mm 200pp 11 b/w illus.  23 tables   978-1-107-04034-2 Hardback Publication January 2014

US$90.00

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Financial Crises and the Politics of Macroeconomic Adjustments Stefanie Walter Universität Heidelberg

This book explains why governments respond differently to macroeconomic problems and why necessary reforms are sometimes delayed until a serious financial crisis erupts. Empirical analyses at both the individual level across a broad range of countries and case studies of national policy responses to financial and economic crises in Asia and Eastern Europe support the argument. Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

2013 228 x 152 mm 280pp 20 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-02870-8 Hardback

US$90.00

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Globalization and Austerity Politics in Latin America

The Political Economy of the American Frontier

Stephen B. Kaplan

Ilia Murtazashvili

George Washington University, Washington DC

University of Pittsburgh

The book explores the effect of financial globalization on Latin American economic policy-making.

This book shows how claim clubs – informal governments established by squatters in each of the major frontier sectors of agriculture, mining, logging and ranching – substituted for the state as a source of private property institutions and how they changed the course of who received a legal title,

Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 354pp 63 b/w illus.  21 tables   978-1-107-01797-9 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-67076-1 Paperback US$29.99

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Political economy / Political theory and for what price, throughout the nineteenth century. ‘In The Political Economy of the American Frontier, Ilia Murtazashvili provides a significant reinterpretation of U.S. land policy in the nineteenth century. His detailed analysis of the role of claims clubs in lowering the price paid to purchase government land raises interesting questions about the reasons why the federal government chose not to maximize its revenue from land sales. Murtazashvili’s arguments are based on considerable historical research, making an important contribution to the study of the impact of institutions and to understanding American economic and political history.’ Stanley Engerman, John H. Munro Professor of Economics and Professor of History, University of Rochester Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

2013 234 x 156 mm 297pp 17 tables   978-1-107-01912-6 Hardback US$90.00 For all formats available, see

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Political theory Practices of Freedom Decentred Governance, Conflict and Democratic Participation Edited by Steven Griggs De Montfort University, Bedford

Aletta J. Norval University of Essex

and Hendrik Wagenaar University of Sheffield

Practices of Freedom draws upon new understandings of radical democracy and policy-making to examine how the struggles of individuals, groups and movements shape contemporary governance. Integrating theoretical contributions with detailed empirical studies, this book is essential reading for scholars and students of new approaches to governance, conflict resolution and democracy. Advance praise: ‘This landmark collection brings together the very best theoretical work on local and global governance in relation to democratic participation on the one hand and carefully reconstructed case studies on the other. It is precisely the kind of theoretical and practical work needed to understand the complex modes of governance and practices of freedom in which we are entangled today.’ James Tully, University of Victoria, Canada

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2014 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-1-107-05610-7 Hardback Publication May 2014

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Barbarism and Religion Volume 5: Religion: The First Triumph J. G. A. Pocock The Johns Hopkins University

This volume in Pocock’s acclaimed sequence on Barbarism and Religion examines the controversy caused by Gibbon’s treatment of the early Christian church. Pocock challenges the assumption that Decline and Fall was intended as an attack on belief in the Christian revelation, and questions our understanding of the character of ‘enlightenment’. 2014 228 x 152 mm 440pp 978-1-107-66792-1 Paperback c. US$39.99 Publication April 2014 Also available 978-0-521-76072-0 Hardback US$101.00

climate governance and consider the potential for democratic reform. 2014 228 x 152 mm 272pp 4 tables   978-1-107-02680-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-60853-5 Paperback US$29.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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Crisis of Authority Politics, Trust, and Truth-Telling in Freud and Foucault Nancy Luxon University of Minnesota

Crisis of Authority analyzes the practices that bind authority, trust and truthfulness in contemporary theory and politics. Drawing on newly available archival materials, Nancy Luxon locates two models for such practices in Sigmund Freud’s writings on psychoanalytic technique and Michel Foucault’s unpublished lectures on the ancient ethical practices of ‘fearless speech’, or parrhesia.

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The Meanings of Rights The Philosophy and Social Theory of Human Rights Edited by Costas Douzinas Birkbeck College, University of London

and Conor Gearty London School of Economics and Political Science

Questioning some of the repetitive and narrow theoretical writings on rights, a group of leading intellectuals examine human rights from philosophical, theological, historical, literary and political perspectives. 2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-1-107-02785-5 Hardback c. US$99.00 978-1-107-67959-7 Paperback c. US$36.99 Publication April 2014 For all formats available, see

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Democratizing Global Climate Governance Hayley Stevenson University of Sheffield

and John S. Dryzek Australian National University, Canberra

Few issues are more vexing for global governance than climate change. Democratizing Global Climate Governance challenges traditional assumptions made by democratic and international relations theorists to offer a fresh appraisal of existing global

How Americans Make Race Stories, Institutions, Spaces Clarissa Rile Hayward Washington University, St Louis

This is a book about the stickiness of identity. Its focus is racial identities in the contemporary United States, which, it argues, were ‘institutionalized’ and ‘objectified’. It uses historical analysis and life-history interviews to show how the institutionalization and objectification of racial stories makes them ‘sticky’, even when they’re challenged and critiqued. 2013 228 x 152 mm 234pp 978-1-107-04389-3 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-61958-6 Paperback US$28.99 For all formats available, see

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Locke, Science and Politics Steven Forde University of North Texas

In the first study of its kind, Steven Forde argues that John Locke’s devotion to modern science deeply shaped his moral and political philosophy. This approach not only modified Locke’s individualism but also colored his philosophy of property, politics and education. ‘Steven Forde’s Locke, Science, and Politics makes a sparkling contribution to the ever-expanding universe of

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Political theory Locke studies. Forde draws upon his deep learning in political philosophy to produce a finely crafted argument that the core of Locke’s moral and political philosophy is not the grasping and callous individualism that critics persistently imagine, but instead a complex teaching of natural law in which a concern for individual natural rights complements a morality of sociability and service. Written with uncommon elegance and lucidity, the book deserves a wide readership.’ Peter C. Myers, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire 2013 228 x 152 mm 272pp 978-1-107-04114-1 Hardback

US$95.00

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The East Asian Challenge for Democracy Political Meritocracy in Comparative Perspective Edited by Daniel A. Bell Tsinghua University, Beijing

and Chenyang Li Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

This volume gathers a series of commissioned research papers from an interdisciplinary group of leading philosophers, historians, and social scientists to examine the rise (or revival) of political meritocracy and what it will mean for political developments in China and the rest of the world. ‘In theory, democracy works beautifully. In practice, it does not. Indeed, the American democratic system has effectively been hijacked by special interests through a process best described as institutionalized legal corruption. Clearly the world needs new political thinking, bringing together the best of the East and the West. This is what this volume does, reminding us that political wisdom springs from all corners of the world. It could not be more timely. A mustread.’ Kishore Mahbubani, Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, and author of The Great Convergence: Asia, the West, and the Logic of One World 2013 228 x 152 mm 412pp 1 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-03839-4 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-62377-4 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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Against Autonomy Justifying Coercive Paternalism Sarah Conly Bowdoin College, Maine

Sarah Conly rejects the idea of autonomy as inviolable and argues that laws that enforce what is good for the individual’s well-being, or hinder what is bad, are morally justified. Of interest to students and researchers of political philosophy, political theory and philosophy of law. ‘Sarah Conly’s Against Autonomy is a bold and rigorous work, which seeks to demolish liberal defenses of rights and the value often believed to underlie them. I expect it to become a canonical consequentialist defense of paternalism. It is also a book with which all political and moral philosophers will have to contend, especially those who seek to resist its central thesis.’ Corey Brettschneider, Brown University 2013 229 x 152 mm 216pp 978-1-107-64972-9 Paperback US$32.99 Also available 978-1-107-02484-7 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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Distant Strangers Ethics, Psychology, and Global Poverty Judith Lichtenberg Georgetown University, Washington DC

Lichtenberg argues for a practical and moral approach to reducing poverty, exploring concepts such as altruism, responding to criticisms of the effectiveness of aid, and asking whether and how the world’s richer populations should assist. This book is for those interested in ethics, political theory, public policy and development studies.

global debates over justice, democracy and equality. ‘One of the most important philosophers writing on toleration today, Glen Newey brilliantly analyses the conceptual intricacies of this complex notion as well as the political stakes in understanding and applying that term. A timely book.’ Rainer Forst, University of Frankfurt, and author of Toleration in Conflict (2013) 2013 228 x 152 mm 234pp 978-1-107-04032-8 Hardback

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Agonistic Democracy Constituent Power in the Era of Globalisation Mark Wenman University of Nottingham

Agonistic Democracy presents a pioneering overview of this important strand of contemporary democratic theory. Wenman delivers a comprehensive account of the core components and the historical background of agonism, and evaluates the contributions of the leading proponents. This book offers muchneeded fresh ideas about revitalising democracy in response to globalisation. ‘The first comprehensive and critical survey of the whole field of agonistic democracy. It is an excellent introduction to this new field and makes an original contribution to it.’ James Tully, Distinguished Professor, University of Victoria 2013 228 x 152 mm 348pp 978-1-107-00372-9 Hardback

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Authority

2013 228 x 152 mm 286pp 978-0-521-76331-8 Hardback US$80.00 978-0-521-12462-1 Paperback US$29.99

A Sociological History Frank Furedi

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Why is authority always a problem? People ask continually: ‘who is in authority?’, ‘who is the authority?’, ‘who can speak with authority?’ Every disaster or crisis creates a demand for authoritative solutions. This study provides readers with a sociological perspective on one of the most difficult questions facing our world.

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Toleration in Political Conflict Glen Newey Université Libre de Bruxelles

Modern engagement with toleration centres on its political role. This book tackles controversial issues such as male and female circumcision, the killing of civilians in the Iraq war, terrorism and pornography and is informed by current

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University of Kent, Canterbury

‘A convincing and very knowledgeable study of the notion of authority throughout the history of western social and political thought. Spanning almost thirty centuries of western thought, it is profound, well-

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Political theory argued and an impressive tribute to the wealth of sociological and philosophical scholarship.’

Gregg writes with urgency and clarity, and his book should be read by both cosmopolitans and their critics.’

Mark Bovens, Utrecht University School of Governance

Richard Vernon, Distinguished University Professor, University of Western Ontario

2013 228 x 152 mm 454pp 978-1-107-00728-4 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-18928-6 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Emergencies and Politics

On Dissent

A Sober Hobbesian Approach Tom Sorell University of Warwick

In this book Tom Sorell argues that emergencies can justify types of action that would normally be regarded as wrong. He develops a theory which proposes a democratic politics that is liberal but that takes seriously threats to life and limb from public disorder, crime or terrorism. ‘This is an outstanding book on an under-treated and important topic. With careful and engaging arguments, Sorell develops a ‘sober’ Hobbesianism that supports a liberal Leviathan and a ‘thin’ conception of security for international politics, enabling it to speak to some of the most pressing real-world emergencies we presently face. This is Hobbesian political thinking at its best.’ Catriona McKinnon, University of Reading 2013 228 x 152 mm 234pp 978-1-107-04431-9 Hardback

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Human Rights as Social Construction Benjamin Gregg University of Texas, Austin

Benjamin Gregg writes that human rights can be created by the average, ordinary people to whom they are addressed and that they are valid only if embraced by those to whom they would apply. To view human rights this way is to increase the chances and opportunities that more people across the globe will come to embrace them. ‘Benjamin Gregg’s book advances an idea of the local and particular that, while normatively rich, invites an openness to universal norms as well. While denying any easy answers to the moral universalist, the argument is well placed to fend off many of the familiar skeptical objections to the idea of human rights. Professor

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Its Meaning in America Ronald K. L. Collins University of Washington, Law School, Seattle

and David M. Skover Seattle University, School of Law

America values dissent. It tolerates, encourages and protects it. But what is this thing we value? That is a question never asked. ‘Dissent’ is treated as a known fact. For all that has been said about it – in books, articles, judicial opinions, and popular culture – it is remarkable that no one has devoted much, if any, ink to explaining what dissent is. No one has attempted to sketch its philosophical, linguistic, legal or cultural meanings or usages. There is a need to develop some clarity about this phenomenon, for not every difference of opinion, symbolic gesture, public activity in opposition to government policy, incitement to direct action, revolutionary effort or political assassination need be tagged dissent. In essence, we have no conceptual yardstick. It is just that measure of meaning that On Dissent offers. 2013 115 x 178 mm 194pp 978-0-521-76719-4 Hardback

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bear from the key disciplines of law, sociology, politics and theology. ‘Can secularism be combined with liberalism? We would all like to say yes, but how can it be done? One comes away from this collection of insightful and closely-argued essays with a clearer sense of the dilemmas we face in this area, of how the best answers to such dilemmas change with changing social conditions, and of how inadequate some of the widely accepted philosophical solutions are. A rare and valuable intellectual experience.’ Charles Taylor, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, McGill University 2013 228 x 152 mm 272pp 978-1-107-04203-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65007-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Securities against Misrule Juries, Assemblies, Elections Jon Elster Columbia University and College de France

Elster proposes a normative theory of collective decision making. The central proposal is that in designing democratic institutions one should reduce the impact of self-interest, passion, prejudice and bias on the decision makers, and let the chips fall where they may. 2013 234 x 156 mm 334pp 6 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03173-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-64995-8 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Politics of Social Welfare in America Glenn David Mackin

Religion in a Liberal State Edited by Gavin D’Costa University of Bristol

Malcolm Evans University of Bristol

Tariq Modood University of Bristol

and Julian Rivers University of Bristol

From the Islamic head-dress, to artistic offence, to religious sensibilities and the refusal of some Christians to provide services to LGBT people, headlinegrabbing stories now regularly involve questions of religion. This book brings the best of academic thinking to

University of Rochester, New York

Glenn David Mackin explores disability rights groups and welfare rights activism in the 1960s and 1970s and argues that those designated as needy or incompetent often challenge these designations, generating new ways of understanding ‘participating’ and ‘equality’, as well as making the issue of welfare an ongoing conflict. 2013 228 x 152 mm 235pp 978-1-107-02902-6 Hardback

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Political theory The System of Liberty Themes in the History of Classical Liberalism George H. Smith

Liberal individualism, or ‘classical liberalism’ as it is often called, refers to a political philosophy in which liberty plays the central role. This book demonstrates a conceptual unity within the manifestations of classical liberalism by tracing the history of several interrelated and reinforcing themes. 2013 228 x 152 mm 231pp 978-1-107-00507-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-18209-6 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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‘As democracy has risen to prominence, it has acquired an aura of idealism that has strengthened it, but also stripped it of some of its most powerful traits. In Democratic Statecraft, Jason Maloy poses a bold challenge to the uncritical idealism that characterizes much of contemporary democratic theory. The democratic reason of state that emerges in the process will remind those who have forgotten where democracy has been, and compel those concerned about its future to think hard about where it might go.’ Yannis Evrigenis, Tufts University 2013 216 x 138 mm 243pp 4 b/w illus.   978-0-521-19220-0 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-14558-9 Paperback US$28.99

Beyond Church and State Democracy, Secularism, and Conversion Matthew Scherer George Mason University, Virginia

Secularism is often imagined in Jefferson’s words as ‘a wall of separation between Church and State’. Scherer argues secularism is a process of conversion that reshapes religion and politics. He presents a picture of what secularism is and how it can be reimagined to be more conducive to genuine democracy. ‘A brilliant contribution to the study of secularity, offering a new perspective on what has become a tired debate about political-religious separation. In inviting readers to rethink secularism as a ‘religious’ conversion – as rooted in the past and yet ruptured from it – Matthew Scherer has written a thought-provoking book of great originality. Beyond Church and State is essential reading for anyone who wishes to engage in serious public discussion on the topic.’ Talal Asad, City University of New York, and author of Formations of the Secular 2013 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-1-107-02609-4 Hardback

old materials to assemble a new democratic paradigm.

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Democratic Statecraft Political Realism and Popular Power J. S. Maloy Oklahoma State University

While half the world yearns for ‘democracy’, the other half grieves over ‘democratic deficits’. J. S. Maloy suggests that democracy’s troubles arise from excessive idealism and examines key episodes from the history of political realism in the Western tradition, using

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for an Antigone committed not just to dissidence but to a positive politics of counter-sovereignty and solidarity. ‘Honig’s sweeping consideration of how the ‘Antigone’ is read and misread offers us a new way to approach the pauses, the ellipses, and the frank interruptions that punctuate this classic text. We have all struggled so hard to make the words mean in this or that way that we have perhaps forgotten the more dramatic features of the text in which relationships rupture, words trail off, and events still language. This book offers a trenchant analysis of sovereignty, belonging, and freedom through a perspective at once dramatic, literary, and political. Honig’s sustained engagement with contemporary criticism shows how important the figure and text of Antigone is for any effort to think about the risks and the necessity of contestatory democratic culture.’ Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley

Tocqueville and the Frontiers of Democracy Edited by Ewa Atanassow ECLA of Bard University, Berlin

and Richard Boyd

2013 228 x 152 mm 338pp 978-1-107-03697-0 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-66815-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Georgetown University, Washington DC

Alexis de Tocqueville is renowned for his classic book, Democracy in America. These essays employ Tocqueville’s writings to explore the challenges of democratization in the twenty-first century, shifting the focus of Tocqueville studies away from America and Western Europe and highlighting the international dimensions of his political thought. ‘These essays offer a stimulating dialogue about the enduring relevance of Tocqueville’s ideas to our present debates on the future of democracy across the globe. The diversity of viewpoints convincingly demonstrates that the greatness of Tocqueville lies in the critical and sophisticated lens through which he analyzed the multiple facets of modern democracy.’ Aurelian Craiutu, Indiana University, Bloomington 2013 228 x 152 mm 288pp 7 b/w illus.   978-1-107-00963-9 Hardback US$95.00 978-0-521-26375-7 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Antigone, Interrupted

Dialogue, Politics and Gender Edited by Jude Browne University of Cambridge

Internationally recognised expert authors consider the relationship between dialogue, politics and gender. This book will appeal to students and scholars of social theory, political theory, political philosophy, politics, international relations, sociology and gender studies. ‘The chapters in this volume enable readers to engage with a set of interconnected issues and problems around dialogue, politics and gender, and to explore the potential contribution of ‘dialogue’ to emancipatory politics. Linking highlevel critical discussion to live social and political issues, it represents a serious and stimulating contribution to contemporary debates.’ Valerie Bryson, University of Huddersfield 2013 228 x 152 mm 276pp 978-1-107-03889-9 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-65356-6 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Bonnie Honig Northwestern University, Illinois

Antigone, Interrupted explores the intertwined history of law, politics, gender and humanism through a new reading of Sophocles’ classical tragedy. Studying the play in its fifth-century and modern contexts, Bonnie Honig argues

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Political theory TEXTBOOK

Human Rights The Hard Questions Edited by Cindy Holder University of Victoria, British Columbia

and David Reidy University of Tennessee

In this volume philosophers, political scientists, international lawyers, environmentalists and anthropologists discuss some of the most difficult questions of human rights theory and practice, including topics such as jus post bello contexts, global economy and global climate change. For students of political philosophy, human rights, peace studies and international relations. Contents: Introduction; Part I. What are Human Rights?: 1. Human rights and human nature; 2. Universalism and particularism in human rights; 3. Are human rights universal?; Part II. How do Human Rights Relate to Group Rights and Culture?: 4. The significance of cultural difference for human rights; 5. Groups and human rights; 6. Entangled: family, religion and human rights; 7. What does cultural difference require of human rights?; Part III. What do Human Rights Require of the Global Economy?: 8. What do human rights require of the global economy? Beyond a narrow legal view; 9. Universal human rights in the global political economy; 10. Human rights and global equal opportunity: inclusion not provision; Part IV. How do Human Rights Relate to Environmental Policy?: 11. Human rights in a hostile climate; 12. A human rights approach to energy, poverty and gender inequality; 13. Pollution wolves in scientific sheep’s clothing: why environmental-risk assessors and policymakers ignore the ‘hard issues’ of the human rights of pollution victims; Part V. Is There a Human Right to Democracy?: 14. Is there a human right to democracy?; 15. The human right to democracy and its global import; 16. An egalitarian argument for a human right to democracy; Part VI. What are the Limits of Rights Enforcement?: 17. Is it ever reasonable for one state to invade another for humanitarian reasons? The ‘declaratory tradition’ and the UN charter; 18. Conflicting responsibilities to protect human rights; 19. Searching for the hard questions about women’s human rights; 20. Are human rights possible after conflict? Diary of a survivor; Part VII. Are Human Rights Progressive?: 21. Moral progress and human rights; 22. Human rights and moral agency; 23. Gender mainstreaming human rights: a progressive path for equality? 2013 247 x 174 mm 488pp 1 b/w illus.  1 table   978-1-107-00306-4 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-17626-2 Paperback US$34.99

Paternalism

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The Religious and the Political A Comparative Sociology of Religion Bryan S. Turner City University of New York

Religion and politics are fundamental dimensions of human society, yet they are often at loggerheads. The apparent differences are deceptive, because the two are inevitably entwined – both deeply concerned with control or regulation of everyday affairs. This book explores how and where they intersect in different religions and societies. ‘The Religious and the Political challenges conventional assumptions about secular modernity by demonstrating that state formations are deeply enmeshed with the religious on myriad fronts – from gender and family to revelation and charisma, agency and conversion, citizenship, power and violence, and colonialism. Turner’s global comparative sociology of this ‘tragic tension’ will help informed scholars and a wider readership alike grapple with the key antinomies of liberal modernity in ways that point to a path forward for both souls and states.’ John R. Hall, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Davis 2013 228 x 152 mm 290pp 978-0-521-85863-2 Hardback US$90.00 978-0-521-67531-4 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Hobbes Today Insights for the 21st Century Edited by S. A. Lloyd

Theory and Practice Edited by Christian Coons Bowling Green State University, Ohio

and Michael Weber Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Should the government influence or coerce us for our ‘own good’? This volume discusses specific applications in policy and law. 2013 228 x 152 mm 290pp 978-1-107-02546-2 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-69196-4 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Challenge of Rousseau Edited by Eve Grace Colorado College

and Christopher Kelly Boston College

The essays in this volume focus on Rousseau’s genuine yet undervalued stature as a philosopher. 2013 228 x 152 mm 342pp 978-1-107-01828-0 Hardback

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Anarchy and Legal Order Law and Politics for a Stateless Society Gary Chartier La Sierra University, California

This book elaborates and defends law without the state. It explains why the state is illegitimate, dangerous and unnecessary. 2013 228 x 152 mm 428pp 978-1-107-03228-6 Hardback

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University of Southern California

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This volume demonstrates the enduring relevance of the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes for the political and social problems we face today.

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2013 228 x 152 mm 353pp 978-1-107-00059-9 Hardback

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Justice for Earthlings Essays in Political Philosophy David Miller University of Oxford

David Miller explores what justice means for real people and challenges philosophical theories that ignore the facts of human life. 2013 228 x 152 mm 260pp 978-1-107-02879-1 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-61375-1 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Political theory The Natural Law Foundations of Modern Social Theory A Quest for Universalism Daniel Chernilo Loughborough University

Daniel Chernilo offers an original reconstruction of the history of universalism in modern social thought from Hobbes to Habermas. 2013 228 x 152 mm 254pp 978-1-107-00980-6 Hardback

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The Cambridge Companion to Utilitarianism Edited by Ben Eggleston

Proportionality and Constitutional Culture Moshe Cohen-Eliya Academic Center of Law and Business, Israel

and Iddo Porat Academic Center of Law and Business, Israel

Proportionality is currently the most important constitutional doctrine worldwide, spreading to every democracy apart from the USA. Although widely discussed, it has not been the subject of a thorough cultural and historical examination until now. This book compares proportionality with its counterpart in American constitutional law, balancing. Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, 7

2013 228 x 152 mm 179pp 978-1-107-02186-0 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-60571-8 Paperback US$40.00 For all formats available, see

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University of Kansas

and Dale Miller Old Dominion University, Virginia

This book offers a comprehensive overview of one of the most important and frequently discussed accounts of morality. It will be an important resource for all those studying moral philosophy, political philosophy, political theory and history of ideas. Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

2014 228 x 152 mm 340pp 978-1-107-02013-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65671-0 Paperback US$29.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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The Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism Edited by Alan Malachowski University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

Introduces some of the most innovative philosophical thinking of recent times. Covers key figures such as Peirce, James, Dewey, Quine, Rorty and Putnam, as well as the main themes they have opened up and explored. Of interest to students and scholars of pragmatism, American philosophy and political theory. Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

2013 228 x 152 mm 391pp 978-0-521-11087-7 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-12580-2 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Toleration in Conflict Past and Present Rainer Forst Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

This book represents the most comprehensive historical and systematic study of the theory and practice of toleration ever written. Ideas in Context, 103

2013 253 x 177 mm 662pp 978-0-521-88577-5 Hardback

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New Essays in Political and Social Philosophy Volume 29 Part 1 Edited by Ellen Frankel Paul Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Counting the Many

Fred D. Miller, Jr

The Origins and Limits of Supermajority Rule Melissa Schwartzberg

and Jeffrey Paul

New York University

Supermajority voting rules, rules that require more than a majority but less than unanimity, are used for many major political and social decisions in contemporary democracies. In this book, Melissa Schwartzberg examines the history and the logic underlying the use of supermajority voting rules and offers a forceful critique of their purported ability to remedy the defects of majority decision making. Cambridge Studies in the Theory of Democracy, 10

2013 228 x 152 mm 264pp 978-0-521-19823-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-12449-2 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Freedom is Power Liberty Through Political Representation Lawrence Hamilton University of Johannesburg

A novel and sophisticated account of the relationship between freedom and power, illustrated by original accounts of South Africa’s recent political experience and the global financial crisis. Will appeal to scholars and students of history, politics, philosophy, economics, sociology, development studies and southern African studies. Contemporary Political Theory

2014 228 x 152 mm 220pp 978-1-107-06296-2 Hardback Publication June 2014

Bowling Green State University, Ohio Bowling Green State University, Ohio

This volume represents a contribution to the investigation of issues of political and social philosophy. Social Philosophy and Policy, 291

2013 228 x 152 mm 392pp 978-1-107-60453-7 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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Natural Rights Individualism and Progressivism in American Political Philosophy Volume 29 Part 2 Edited by Ellen Frankel Paul Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Jeffrey Paul Bowling Green State University, Ohio

and Fred D. Miller, Jr Bowling Green State University, Ohio

The essays in this collection investigate two political traditions and their critical interactions. The first series of essays deals with the development of natural rights individualism. The second series of essays focuses on the Progressive repudiation of natural rights individualism and its far-reaching effect on American politics and public policy. Social Philosophy and Policy, 292

2013 228 x 152 mm 389pp 978-1-107-64194-5 Paperback US$37.99 For all formats available, see

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History of ideas

History of ideas

orthodoxy, they were subjected to the forces of religious competition.

Romanticism and the Emotions

2014 234 x 156 mm 320pp 9 b/w illus.  2 maps  9 tables   978-1-107-04156-1 Hardback Publication February 2014

Edited by Joel Faflak

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University of Western Ontario

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and Richard C. Sha American University, Washington DC

Romanticism and the Emotions offers the first essay collection to examine the recent focus on the importance of emotion in literature within the context of Romanticism. The wide range of authors covered, from Jane Austen to Michael Faraday, including Lord Byron and Immanuel Kant, enables fascinating conclusions to be drawn. 2014 228 x 152 mm 296pp 1 b/w illus.   978-1-107-05239-0 Hardback US$95.00 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Writing Metamorphosis in the English Renaissance 1550–1700 Susan Wiseman Birkbeck College, University of London

Wiseman explores the transformations of fantastic creatures including werewolves and wild children in English Renaissance writing. Analysing a variety of texts, from Shakespeare’s The Tempest to court records, Writing Metamorphosis argues that the seventeenth century is marked by concentration on the potential of the human to change or be changed. 2014 228 x 152 mm 272pp 15 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04165-3 Hardback US$95.00 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Secularism and Religion in NineteenthCentury Germany The Rise of the Fourth Confession Todd H. Weir Queen’s University Belfast

This book explores the culture, politics, and ideas of the nineteenth-century German secularist movements of Free Religion, Freethought, Ethical Culture, and Monism. In it, Todd H. Weir argues that although secularists challenged church establishment and conservative

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argues that these thinkers exemplify a particularly attractive type of liberalism, one that is more realistic, moderate, flexible, and contextually sensitive than most other branches of this tradition. 2013 228 x 152 mm 344pp 978-1-107-04500-2 Hardback

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Americomania and the French Revolution Debate in Britain, 1789–1802 Wil Verhoeven Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

This book explores the evolution of British identity and participatory politics in the 1790s. Wil Verhoeven argues that in the course of the French Revolution debate in Britain, the idea of ‘America’ came to represent for the British people the choice between two diametrically opposed models of social justice and political participation. ‘Wil Verhoeven makes a strong and original argument, that the idea of ‘America’ played a central, neglected role in Britain’s debate on the French Revolution in the 1790s. Despite the loss of the colonies in the American Revolution, America continued to loom large in the British national imaginary. Verhoeven’s readings of familiar and obscure texts are consistently rewarding. His analyses of the new world degeneracy thesis of Buffon et al.; the ‘progressive agrarianism’ of Crevecoeur, Jefferson, and Imlay; and the Jacobin novel are fresh and insightful; and his rehabilitation of the anti-Jacobin novel brings to the fore a neglected but ‘historically significant body of social critique’. No previous writer has put these texts into conversation, and the interpretative results are striking. The debate over the French Revolution will never look quite the same.’ Peter S. Onuf, University of Virginia 2013 228 x 152 mm 368pp 21 b/w illus.  7 colour illus.  6 maps   978-1-107-04019-9 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Themistius, Julian, and Greek Political Theory under Rome Texts, Translations, and Studies of Four Key Works Simon Swain University of Warwick

Power, government, the age-old struggle between rulers and ruled – these are the topics of the extraordinary exchange between the leading political figure of fourth-century Constantinople, Themistius, and the stripling prince, Julian. This volume provides a critical edition and translation of four texts illustrating the relation of kings and courtiers. 2013 228 x 152 mm 232pp 978-1-107-02657-5 Hardback

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Encyclopaedism from Antiquity to the Renaissance Edited by Jason König University of St Andrews, Scotland

and Greg Woolf University of St Andrews, Scotland

Extensive reassessment of the rich body of encyclopaedic writing surviving from the two millennia before the Enlightenment. Traces the development of traditions of knowledge ordering which stretched back to Pliny and Varro and others in the classical world, with the focus primarily on European/ Mediterranean culture. 2013 247 x 174 mm 615pp 3 b/w illus.  1 table   978-1-107-03823-3 Hardback

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The Pragmatic Enlightenment Recovering the Liberalism of Hume, Smith, Montesquieu, and Voltaire Dennis C. Rasmussen Tufts University, Massachusetts

This is a study of the political theory of the Enlightenment, focusing on four leading eighteenth-century thinkers: David Hume, Adam Smith, Montesquieu and Voltaire. Dennis C. Rasmussen

Rousseau and German Idealism Freedom, Dependence and Necessity David James University of Warwick

This book provides a systematic account of Rousseau’s significance in relation to Kant’s, Fichte’s and Hegel’s views on freedom, dependence and necessity. It offers valuable insight to all those

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The Symposion in Ancient Greek Society and Thought Fiona Hobden University of Liverpool

Provides new insights into the symposion’s importance in Greek culture by tracing the discursive power of its representations. 2013 228 x 152 mm 310pp 7 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02666-7 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Libertas and the Practice of Politics in the Late Roman Republic Valentina Arena

Anne DeWitt Princeton University, New Jersey

How did Victorian novelists including Eliot, Hardy and Wells respond to contemporary men of science who aligned scientific practice with moral excellence in an endeavor to secure cultural authority for their discipline? Anne DeWitt argues that novelists came to reject this alignment, denying that science held widely accessible moral benefits. Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 84

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Transfiguring the Arts and Sciences Knowledge and Cultural Institutions in the Romantic Age Jon Klancher Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania

University College London

Radical reappraisal of the political struggles of the late Roman Republic through a study of the conflicting uses of libertas. 2013 228 x 152 mm 331pp 978-1-107-02817-3 Hardback

Moral Authority, Men of Science, and the Victorian Novel

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The Cambridge Companion to Descartes’ Meditations Edited by David Cunning University of Iowa

This volume shows the Meditations as both philosophy and pedagogy. It explores the connections between Descartes’ views on philosophical method, knowledge, scepticism, God, the nature of mind, free will, and the differences between reflective and embodied life. For those studying Descartes and early modern philosophy more generally. Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-1-107-01860-0 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-63048-2 Paperback US$29.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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In this original and important study leading scholar Jon Klancher discusses how early nineteenth-century writers and thinkers adopted and transformed Enlightenment ideas of knowledge. His conclusions transform the ways we think about knowledge, both in the Romantic period and in our own. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 100

2013 228 x 152 mm 322pp 1 table   978-1-107-02910-1 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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Thomas Jefferson’s Ethics and the Politics of Human Progress The Morality of a Slaveholder Ari Helo University of Oulu

Could Jefferson claim any consistency in his advocacy of democracy and the rights of man while remaining one of the largest slaveholders in Virginia? This extensive study of Jefferson’s intellectual outlook suggests that, once we fully acknowledge the premises of his ethical thought and his now outdated scientific views, he could. Cambridge Studies on the American South

2014 234 x 156 mm 280pp 978-1-107-04078-6 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Two Cultures? The Significance of C. P. Snow F. R. Leavis Introduction by Stefan Collini University of Cambridge

In this first annotated edition of F. R. Leavis’s famous critique of C. P. Snow’s influential argument about ‘the two cultures’, Stefan Collini reappraises both its literary tactics and its purpose as cultural criticism. The edition will enable new generations of readers to understand what was at stake in the dispute and to appreciate the enduring relevance of Leavis’s attack on the goal of economic growth. In his comprehensive introduction Collini situates Leavis’s critique within the wider context of debates about ‘modernity’ and ‘prosperity’, not just the ‘two cultures’ of literature and science. Collini emphasizes the difficulties faced by the cultural critic in challenging widely-held views and offers an illuminating analysis of Leavis’s style. The edition provides full notes to references and allusions in Leavis’s texts. ‘Fifty years after Lionel Trilling established the terms of subsequent commentary on F. R. Leavis’s Richmond Lecture, Stefan Collini decisively and triumphantly reframes the discussion. By explaining a tone that has struck so many observers as inexplicable, Collini places Leavis’s seemingly outrageous lecture within a tradition of cultural criticism that continues to this day.’ Guy Ortolano, author of The Two Cultures Controversy: Science, Literature, and Cultural Politics in Postwar Britain

Contributors: Stefan Collini Canto Classics

2013 216 x 138 mm 121pp 978-1-107-61735-3 Paperback US$16.99 For all formats available, see

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Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit Ludwig Siep Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany

This is a new interpretative guide to Hegel’s influential Phenomenology of Spirit, a work that combines a world history of culture and society with a systematic epistemology and a philosophy of nature and culture. A subtle and elegantly argued assessment,

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History of ideas / Texts in political thought / Research methods in politics the book appears here in English for the first time. Modern European Philosophy

2014 228 x 152 mm 260pp 978-1-107-02235-5 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Texts in political thought TEXTBOOK

Revolutionary Writings Reflections on the Revolution in France and the First Letter on a Regicide Peace Edmund Burke Edited by Iain Hampsher-Monk University of Exeter

New edition of the leading theoretical articulation against the French Revolution which brings together for the first time Burke’s first and last published thoughts on the revolution as well as his Letter on a Regicide Peace. A comprehensive introduction and thorough annotations open up this classic text to modern readers. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Editor’s introduction; Further reading; Chronology; Notes; A note on the texts; Reflections on the Revolution in France; The first Letter on a Regicide Peace; Appendix A (variant reading from A Regicide Peace); Index. Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought

2014 216 x 138 mm 450pp 978-0-521-84393-5 Hardback US$80.00 978-0-521-60509-0 Paperback US$27.99 Publication January 2014

‘Altogether, this edition in a crowded field offers many unique annotations complementing its fresh and accurate translation.’ Donald Lateiner, Ancient History Bulletin

Contents: List of maps; Preface; Introduction; Principal dates; Biographical notes; Greek deities, heroes and mythological figures; Greek terms for distances, coinage and the calendar; The War of the Peloponnesians and the Athenians; Appendix 1. Notes on the Greek text: variations from the OCT; Appendix 2. Thucydides in the ancient world: a selection of texts; Bibliography and further reading; Synopsis of contents; Synopsis of speeches; Glossary; Index of names; General index. Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought

2013 216 x 138 mm 754pp 30 maps   978-0-521-84774-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-61258-6 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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Research methods in politics TEXTBOOK

The Fundamentals of Political Science Research Second edition Paul M. Kellstedt Texas A & M University

and Guy D. Whitten Texas A & M University

The Fundamentals of Political Science Research provides an introduction to the scientific study of politics, offering the basic tools necessary for readers to become both critical consumers and beginning producers of scientific research on politics. This revised second edition refines discussions from the first edition, with a new chapter on how to write about an original research project.

The War of the Peloponnesians and the Athenians Thucydides Edited and translated by Jeremy Mynott Wolfson College, Cambridge

Thucydides’ classic work is a foundational text in the history of Western political thought. This new translation includes extensive reference material for non-specialists, including maps, glossaries, biographies, chronological charts, notes and

2013 253 x 177 mm 336pp 49 b/w illus.  46 tables  99 exercises   978-1-107-62166-4 Paperback US$75.00 For all formats available, see

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Evaluating Elections A Handbook of Methods and Standards R. Michael Alvarez California Institute of Technology

Lonna Rae Atkeson University of New Mexico

and Thad E. Hall University of Utah

This book explores how the tools of public management and policy evaluation can generate the data to improve elections. 2013 228 x 152 mm 180pp 2 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02762-6 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65305-4 Paperback US$27.99 www.cambridge.org/9781107027626

Finding Pathways Mixed-Method Research for Studying Causal Mechanisms Nicholas Weller University of Southern California

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Thucydides

models; 9. Multiple regression: the basics; 10. Multiple regression model specification; 11. Limited dependent variables and time series data; 12. Putting it all together to produce effective research.

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an appendix of ancient sources in translation.

and Jeb Barnes University of Southern California

Introduces ‘comparative pathway analysis’: a systematic technique for case selection for small-N research and a means to relate small and large-N research to each other. This approach will be invaluable for researchers and graduate students using mixed-methods research to study causal mechanisms. Strategies for Social Inquiry

2014 247 x 174 mm 200pp 16 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-04106-6 Hardback c. US$99.00 978-1-107-68476-8 Paperback c. US$36.99 Publication June 2014 For all formats available, see

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Contents: 1. The scientific study of politics; 2. The art of theory building; 3. Evaluating causal relationships; 4. Research design; 5. Getting to know your data: evaluating measurement and variations; 6. Probability and statistical influence; 7. Bivariate hypothesis testing; 8. Bivariate regression

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British government, politics, policy

notion. The rules and practices shaping the culture of judicial independence in England are discussed as an illustration.

Affluence, Austerity and Electoral Change in Britain

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Paul Whiteley University of Essex

Harold D. Clarke

Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, 8

2013 228 x 152 mm 491pp 2 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01367-4 Hardback US$110.00 978-1-107-62937-0 Paperback US$48.00

ALTIUS, Brussels

Aspects of Law Reform An Insider’s Perspective Jack Straw

David Sanders

With a focus on the criminal courts, human rights, judicial appointments and the relationship between the UK Parliament, the domestic courts and the European Court of Human Rights, Jack Straw reviews the most important recent reforms to the system of British justice and suggests areas in need of further reform.

University of Texas, Dallas

This book investigates the political economy of party support in contemporary Britain. Marshalling a wealth of survey data gathered during the worst recession since the 1930s, the authors investigate support for New Labour and the Conservative–Liberal Democrat Coalition and choices voters made in Britain’s referendum on the AV ballot. ‘More than a sequel to the two highly regarded previous British Election Study volumes on the 2001 and 2005 campaigns, this book reinforces earlier evidence on the importance of valence issues with new material from the 2010 elections. Now the authors add a dynamic element, tracking the ebb and flow of party vote shares across elections – along with detailed new evidence on the campaign dynamics in 2010. Whiteley and his colleagues produce an impressive holistic model to explain how contemporary electoral democracy works in Britain and how it has been changing.’ Russell J. Dalton, University of California, Irvine 2013 228 x 152 mm 332pp 75 b/w illus.  31 tables   978-1-107-02424-3 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-64116-7 Paperback US$36.99 For all formats available, see

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Judges on Trial The Independence and Accountability of the English Judiciary Second edition Shimon Shetreet Hebrew University of Jerusalem

and Sophie Turenne University of Cambridge

The second edition of Judges on Trial examines the modern meaning of judicial independence. The growth of constitutional adjudication and the need for judicial accountability require a renewed approach to a strained

The Hamlyn Lectures

2013 216 x 138 mm 97pp 978-1-107-04302-2 Hardback US$40.00 978-1-107-61816-9 Paperback US$19.99 For all formats available, see

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European government, politics, policy Opting Out of the European Union Diplomacy, Sovereignty and European Integration Rebecca Adler-Nissen University of Copenhagen

‘This is an excellent book which covers an important and timely topic in an innovative and useful way. I have no doubt that this will be a work of great interest to students of European studies, international theory, and diplomatic studies. It demonstrates the value of incorporating sociological approaches into the study of the increasingly wider and more important spaces which are developing between the insides and the outsides and about which much of IR theory struggles to speak coherently’ Paul Sharp, University of Minnesota, Duluth 2014 228 x 152 mm 240pp 4 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-1-107-04321-3 Hardback Publication August 2014

Text, Cases and Materials Bart Van Vooren and Ramses A. Wessel

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House of Commons, London

and Marianne C. Stewart

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EU External Relations Law

University of Texas, Dallas University of Essex

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University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

Major new textbook on the law and practice of EU external relations, addressing the complex questions at the interface of these areas. Easily navigable chapters guide students through the functioning of legal principles. Readers gain a thorough understanding of EU external relations law, including its history, context and present functioning. Contents: 1. The European Union as a global legal actor; 2. Instruments of EU external action; 3. Existence of EU external competence; 4. Nature of EU external competence; 5. Scope and choice of EU external competence; 6. The duty of cooperation; 7. EU law and international law; 8. The EU and international institutions; 9. Common commercial policy; 10. EU development policy; 11. Common foreign and security policy; 12. Common security and defence policy; 13. The external dimension of the internal energy market; 14. The external dimension of the area of freedom, security and justice; 15. EU and its neighbours. 2014 246 x 189 mm 650pp 3 b/w illus.  5 tables   978-1-107-03112-8 Hardback c. US$130.00 978-1-107-68430-0 Paperback c. US$65.00 Publication April 2014 For all formats available, see

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The Anatomy of Revolution Revisited A Comparative Analysis of England, France, and Russia Bailey Stone University of Houston

This study aims to update a classic of comparative revolutionary analysis, Crane Brinton’s 1938 study The Anatomy of Revolution. It invokes the latest research and theoretical writing in history, political science and political sociology to compare and contrast the English Revolution of 1640–60, the French Revolution of 1789–99 and the Russian Revolution of 1917–29. Advance praise: ‘Despite covering an enormous and highly contentious historiography for these revolutions, and covering hundreds of years of history, this book is deft, clear, and a good read. Bailey Stone is particularly good at working with the international, religious/ nationalist, and social forces behind every twist and turn of the detailed

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European government, politics, policy events. There is nothing else quite like it for telling the story of these three major revolutions in a comparative framework. This is an outstanding book, a worthy sequel to Crane Brinton.’ Jack A. Goldstone, Virginia E. and John T. Hazel, Jr, Professor of Public Policy and Eminent Scholar, George Mason University 2014 228 x 152 mm 544pp 978-1-107-04572-9 Hardback Publication January 2014

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of both workplace pension regulation in Europe and a new perspective on EU decision making in the social policy arena.’ Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford 2013 228 x 152 mm 192pp 9 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-1-107-04105-9 Hardback For all formats available, see

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Political Psychology

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Critical Perspectives Cristian Tileagă

The European Union’s Shaping of the International Legal Order

Loughborough University

Dimitry Kochenov Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

and Fabian Amtenbrink Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

This book establishes a new approach to EU law of external relations in which the EU is perceived as an active co-creator of the international legal order on a variety of planes. A key reference point for an active paradigm of EU external relations law. 2013 228 x 152 mm 394pp 978-1-107-03333-7 Hardback

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The Europeanization of Workplace Pensions Economic Interests, Social Protection, and Credible Signaling Alexandra Hennessy

This book provides an introduction to political psychology through a focus on European politics and topics. By emphasising the theoretical and methodological diversity of political psychology, the book is intended to contribute to a greater understanding of the strength and utility of the field. ‘Cristian Tileagă’s impressive new book offers an exciting new vision for political psychology. Moving beyond individualistic paradigms that dominate the work on public opinion, political values, and behaviour, Tileagă argues for a critical and interpretive political psychology that draws on the best that European social psychology has to offer including: discursive and rhetorical psychology, social representations theory, social identity and collective action, narrative and collective memory.’ Martha Augoustinos, University of Adelaide 2013 228 x 152 mm 234pp 5 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01768-9 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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Seton Hall University, New Jersey

This book examines an area of Europeanization that has been largely ignored by political analysts: the development of an internal market for workplace pensions. Employing statistical analysis, formal modelling, and in-depth case study research, the author highlights the role of informal signalling and communication processes in designing a common pension market. ‘In this rich and fascinating book, Alexandra Hennessy provides a novel theorization of both EU pensions regulation and the changing nature of European workplace pensions. [She] carefully traces the ways in which preferences and bargaining strategies for EU coordination over pensions vary across national political economies, but are also crucially shaped by domestic and EU discourse, providing an incisively crafted explanation of the character of EU regulation over the emerging pensions markets. In so doing, she offers an important account

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The European Union as Crisis Manager Patterns and Prospects Arjen Boin Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

collaboration between scholars of crisis management, European integration and international security, the book frames an important debate about the EU’s present and future role in managing crises. European leaders will ignore this book at their peril!’ Chris Ansell, University of California, Berkeley 2013 228 x 152 mm 203pp 1 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03579-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-68028-9 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Enacting European Citizenship Edited by Engin F. Isin The Open University, Milton Keynes

and Michael Saward University of Warwick

In this illuminating new work leading scholars investigate how issues including migration, increasing diversity and the financial crisis have affected European citizenship and European integration. The authors examine a broad range of cases involving ‘minorities’ or marginalised peoples to explore both the limitations and the possibilities of European citizenship. ‘The ‘acts of citizenship’ approach to studying citizenship in Europe in its widest context offers important insights at the levels of theory, methodology and empirical detail. Trans-disciplinary in their essence, the key outputs of Enacting European Citizenship have added substantially to thinking about citizenship in ways that must be engaged with by social scientists, legal scholars and students of many other disciplines such as cultural studies and geography.’ Jo Shaw, Salvesen Chair of European Institutions, Edinburgh Law School 2013 228 x 152 mm 250pp 978-1-107-03396-2 Hardback

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Magnus Ekengren Swedish National Defence College

and Mark Rhinard Swedish Institute of International Affairs

The European Union is increasingly active as a crisis manager – from terrorist attacks to financial collapse; from natural disasters to cyber threats – but little is known about the EU’s capacities. This book maps and assesses these capacities, explaining how they evolved and how they work. ‘This insightful book explains the unexpected rise of the European Union as a crisis manager and the strengths and limitations of its current crisis management capabilities. The product of an unusually fruitful

Networks and Institutions in Europe’s Emerging Markets Roger Schoenman University of California, Santa Cruz

Since the 1980s, reformers have advocated free markets and regarded networks as sources of corruption. Paradoxically, the rapidly developing East Asian Tiger economies and the most successful post-communist countries developed networked economies linking politicians and businesspeople.

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2014 228 x 152 mm 220pp 26 b/w illus.  15 tables   978-1-107-03134-0 Hardback Publication May 2014

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Contemporary European Politics

2013 228 x 152 mm 469pp 6 b/w illus.  5 tables   978-1-107-04153-0 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61397-3 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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The Eurozone Crisis A Constitutional Analysis Kaarlo Tuori University of Helsinki

and Klaus Tuori University of Helsinki

A concise and comprehensive analysis of the Eurozone crisis from a multidimensional perspective, discussing the most important constitutional questions about the economic crisis and the proposed solutions raised at the level of both individual Treaty provisions and constitutional principles. Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

2013 228 x 152 mm 296pp 5 b/w illus.   978-1-107-05655-8 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-64945-3 Paperback US$32.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy Edited by Vivien A. Schmidt Boston University

and Mark Thatcher London School of Economics and Political Science

Why have neoliberal economic ideas survived and thrived since the 1980s, taking Europe from boom to bust? This groundbreaking book examines how neoliberal ideas have influenced key areas of policy and politics both in the European Union and across European countries. ‘Given the abject failure of neoliberalism’s latest policy offering – austerity – to promote growth in Europe, why are neo-liberal ideas and policies still the only game in town? The answer to such a simple question involves multiple threads of explanation, linking powerful interests to ideational plasticity, and institutional stickiness. Schmidt, Thatcher, and their collaborators have delivered a volume that gives us powerful answers to these pressing questions.’ Mark Blyth, author of Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea

Russian, East European government, politics, policy Freedom, Repression, and Private Property in Russia Vladimir Shlapentokh Michigan State University

and Anna Arutunyan

This study demonstrates how the emergence of private property and a market economy after the Soviet Union’s collapse enabled a degree of freedom while simultaneously supporting authoritarianism. Based on case studies, it analyzes how private property and free markets spawn feudal elements in society. These elements are so strong in post-Communist Russia that they prevent the formation of a true democratic society, while making it impossible to return to totalitarianism. 2013 228 x 152 mm 213pp 978-1-107-04214-8 Hardback

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Can Russia Modernise? Sistema, Power Networks and Informal Governance Alena V. Ledeneva University College London

A political ethnography of the inner workings of Putin’s sistema, contributing to our understanding Russia’s prospects for future modernisation. 2013 228 x 152 mm 327pp 11 b/w illus.  4 tables   978-0-521-11082-2 Hardback US$90.00 978-0-521-12563-5 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Transitional Justice in Post-Communist Romania The Politics of Memory Lavinia Stan St Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia

This is the first volume to overview the complex Romanian transitional justice effort. 2013 228 x 152 mm 306pp 3 tables   978-1-107-02053-5 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Symbolism and Regime Change in Russia Graeme Gill University of Sydney

Asks why regime change in Russia has not been accompanied by a coherent new political symbolism. 2013 228 x 152 mm 326pp 13 tables   978-1-107-03139-5 Hardback US$95.00 For all formats available, see

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American government, politics, policy American Public Opinion, Advocacy, and Policy in Congress What the Public Wants and What It Gets Paul Burstein University of Washington

This book is the first to examine what influences Congress across the hundreds of issues it deals with, and produces some surprising conclusions. Politics may be less of a battle between the public and organized interests than most people think – and what it means to be a democracy under such circumstances is very much an open question. 2014 216 x 138 mm 256pp 1 b/w illus.  22 tables   978-1-107-04020-5 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-68425-6 Paperback US$27.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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American government, politics, policy Representational Style in Congress What Legislators Say and Why It Matters Justin Grimmer Stanford University, California

This book examines the consequences of legislators’ strategic communication for representation, demonstrating how legislators present their work to cultivate constituent support. Using new statistical techniques to analyze massive data sets, Justin Grimmer makes the compelling case that to understand political representation, we must understand what legislators say to constituents. 2014 228 x 152 mm 216pp 27 b/w illus.  9 tables   978-1-107-02647-6 Hardback Publication January 2014

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Disasters and the American State How Politicians, Bureaucrats, and the Public Prepare for the Unexpected Patrick S. Roberts Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Politicians and bureaucrats claim credit for the federal government’s successes in preparing for and responding to disaster, and they are also blamed for failures outside of government’s control. Despite the rhetoric, however, the federal government’s increasingly bold claims and heightened public expectations are disproportionate to the ability of the federal government to prevent or reduce the damage caused by disaster. 2013 234 x 156 mm 240pp 17 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02586-8 Hardback US$90.00 For all formats available, see

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The American Congress Eighth edition Steven S. Smith Washington University, St Louis

Jason M. Roberts University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

and Ryan J. Vander Wielen Temple University, Philadelphia

Completely up-to-date and with new learning features, the 8th edition of this respected textbook provides a fresh perspective and a crisp introduction to congressional politics. Covers the 2012 elections, health care reform, and an early take on the 113th Congress,

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and shows the importance of strong legislature in American democracy. Contents: 1. The troubled Congress; 2. Representation and lawmaking in Congress: the constitutional and historical context; 3. Congressional elections and policy alignments; 4. Members, goals, resources, and strategies; 5. Parties and leaders; 6. The standing committees; 7. The rules of the legislative games; 8. The floor and voting; 9. Congress and the president; 10. Congress and the courts; 11. Congress, lobbyists, and interest groups; 12. Congress and budget politics. 2013 228 x 152 mm 452pp 97 b/w illus.  15 tables   978-1-107-61824-4 Paperback US$65.00 For all formats available, see

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The Politics of Prohibition American Governance and the Prohibition Party, 1869–1933 Lisa M. F. Andersen The Julliard School, New York

This book draws on the history of America’s longest-living minor political party – the Prohibition Party – to illuminate how American politics came to exclude minor parties from governance. It looks at pressure groups and ballot reforms, which created a threshold for organization and maintenance that required extraordinary financial and personal resources from parties lacking in both. ‘Lisa Andersen’s thoughtfully conceived and gracefully executed study adds to a growing body of historical analysis that explains how Americans’ political choices have become ever more restricted, while deliberation over policy has become less common and less inclusive. In addition, she shows why dedicated prohibitionists rejected the Eighteenth Amendment and elucidates the complex relationship between women activists and the first national party to declare for woman suffrage. The Politics of Prohibition draws cogent lessons for Americans today from a skilful anatomy of political failure.’ Jack Blocker, Professor Emeritus, University of Western Ontario, and Past President of the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 2013 228 x 152 mm 323pp 978-1-107-02937-8 Hardback

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The Woman Suffrage Movement in America A Reassessment Corrine M. McConnaughy Ohio State University

This book departs from familiar accounts of high-profile woman suffrage activists whose main concern was a federal constitutional amendment. It tells the story of woman suffrage as one involving the diverse politics of women across the country as well as the incentives of the men with the primary political authority to grant new voting rights. ‘Rather than focusing on the activities and perspectives of women’s rights activists, McConnaughy asks what strategic considerations might be involved in convincing legislators to expand the suffrage when such an expansion affects the probability of their own reelection. This book is an important contribution to the areas of gender and politics, race and politics, and social movements, and to our understanding of how policy is created.’ Lee Ann Banaszak, Pennsylvania State University 2013 228 x 152 mm 280pp 7 b/w illus.  1 map  30 tables   978-1-107-01366-7 Hardback

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When Hollywood Was Right How Movie Stars, Studio Moguls, and Big Business Remade American Politics Donald T. Critchlow Arizona State University

Hollywood was not always a bastion of liberalism. Following World War II, an informal alliance of movie stars, studio moguls and Southern California business interests formed to revitalize a factionalized Republican Party. Coming together were stars such as John Wayne, Robert Taylor, George Murphy and many others, who joined studio heads Cecil B. DeMille, Louis B. Mayer, Walt Disney and Jack Warner to rebuild the Republican Party. They found support among a large group of business leaders who poured money and skills into this effort, which paid off with the election of George Murphy to the US Senate and of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan to the highest office in the nation. This is an exciting story based on extensive new research

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American government, politics, policy that will forever change how we think of Hollywood politics. ‘When Hollywood Was Right offers a lesson for today of how an embattled, factionalized Republican Party came together to elect a principled and pragmatic conservative, Ronald Reagan, to the presidency. Plus this is a damn good read.’ Barry Goldwater, Jr, former United States Congressman 2013 234 x 156 mm 240pp 16 b/w illus.   978-0-521-19918-6 Hardback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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Nature’s Trust Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age Mary Christina Wood University of Oregon, School of Law

This book exposes the dysfunction of environmental law and offers a transformative approach based on the public trust doctrine. An ancient and enduring principle, the public trust doctrine empowers citizens to protect their inalienable property rights to crucial resources. This book shows how a trust principle can apply from the local to global level to protect the planet. ‘What Silent Spring did for our perception of the environment, Nature’s Trust should do for our perception of environmental protection. Thoroughly researched and beautifully written, this book calls for a revolution in environmental policy and law – now, before it is too late. It is simply brilliant.’ James Gustave Speth, former Dean, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and author of America the Possible: Manifesto for a New Economy 2013 228 x 152 mm 496pp 1 table   978-0-521-19513-3 Hardback US$115.00 978-0-521-14411-7 Paperback US$45.00 For all formats available, see

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Human Rights in the Constitutional Law of the United States Michael J. Perry Emory University School of Law

This book explicates the morality of human rights and elaborates three internationally recognized human rights that are entrenched in US constitutional law: the right not to be subjected to cruel, inhuman or degrading punishment; the right to moral equality;

and the right to religious and moral freedom. ‘Michael J. Perry has done it again, offering new and provocative insights about political morality, human rights, and constitutional law. Writing with clarity and grace, [he] connects the morality of international human rights, which is grounded in ‘a spirit of brotherhood’, to the constitutional morality of the United States. In so doing, he provides a rich and nuanced perspective for examining the death penalty, same-sex marriage, and abortion, casting these issues in a new light and permitting an analysis that is novel, penetrating, and powerful.’ Daniel O. Conkle, Robert H. McKinney Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law 2013 228 x 152 mm 192pp 978-1-107-03836-3 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-66608-5 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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The Power of Habeas Corpus in America From the King’s Prerogative to the War on Terror Anthony Gregory The Independent Institute, Oakland

Tells the story of habeas corpus from medieval England to modern America, crediting the rocky history to its nature as a government power. The book addresses habeas’s controversies, its role in the power struggle between the federal government and the states, and the proper scope of federal habeas from the Civil War to the War on Terror. ‘Ask any American what his most important right is, and he is apt to mention the freedom of speech, the freedom of the press, or the freedom of religion … Very rare is the person who would respond by saying, ‘the right not to be arrested and jailed arbitrarily’, let alone mention the judicial writ that protects that right: the writ of habeas corpus. Lawyers know it as ‘the Great Writ’, and the myth holds that its availability from time immemorial is the chief reason that Anglophones have long been free. Anthony Gregory here does the estimable service of showing that the Great Writ was not always what we now understand it to be. He also lays out in excruciating, nay shocking, detail the 150-year trend, accelerating in our day, of reducing the Writ’s importance.’ Kevin R. C. Gutzman, author of James Madison and the Making of America, from the Foreword 2013 228 x 152 mm 432pp 1 table   978-1-107-03643-7 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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A Primer on American Labor Law Fifth edition William B. Gould IV Stanford Law School

A Primer on American Labor Law is an accessible guide written for nonspecialists – labor and management representatives, students and general practice lawyers, and trade unionists, government officials and academics from other countries. This updated fifth edition contains extensive new materials covering developments in the past ten years of employee labor laws. 2013 228 x 152 mm 474pp 2 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02168-6 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-68301-3 Paperback US$42.99 For all formats available, see

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Contesting the Postwar City Working-Class and Growth Politics in 1940s Milwaukee Eric Fure-Slocum St Olaf College, Minnesota

Focusing on mid-century Milwaukee, Eric Fure-Slocum charts the remaking of political culture in the industrial city. Fure-Slocum shows how two contending visions of the 1940s city – working class politics and growth politics – fit together uneasily and were transformed amid a series of social and policy clashes. 2013 234 x 156 mm 408pp 23 b/w illus.  2 maps  17 tables   978-1-107-03635-2 Hardback US$99.00 For all formats available, see

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Slavery, Abortion, and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning Justin Buckley Dyer University of Missouri, Columbia

One particularly contentious dispute in American constitutional politics concerns the relevance of American slavery to the ongoing abortion debates. Dyer takes the reader on a trip through two centuries of American history, law and political philosophy to show how slavery and abortion are intertwined in the United States. ‘I cannot think of another scholarly book that addresses the abortion/slavery analogy in such a comprehensive manner. Professor Dyer skilfully ties the rhetorical use of the slavery analogy in the abortion debate to the substantive philosophical and legal questions on which the debates over slavery and abortion hinge. This analysis of the conceptual parallels

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American government, politics, policy between the pro-life and anti-slavery movements is fascinating. Sometimes, the best way to understand one’s present situation is to look for analogous cases elsewhere – either in the past or in the present – about which there seems to be clarity.’

The Undeserving Rich

Francis Beckwith, Baylor University

Most assume that Americans care little about income inequality, believe opportunities abound, admire the rich and dislike redistributive policies. Leslie McCall contends that such assumptions are based on both incomplete survey data and economic conditions of the past and not present. Her book reveals that Americans have desired less inequality for decades and explains why.

2013 216 x 138 mm 202pp 978-1-107-03194-4 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-68074-6 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings and Constitutional Change Paul M. Collins, Jr

2013 228 x 152 mm 312pp 29 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02723-7 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-69982-3 Paperback US$29.99 www.cambridge.org/9781107027237

and Lori A. Ringhand University of Georgia

This book presents a contrarian view to the idea that the confirmation of Supreme Court nominees by the Senate Judiciary Committee is merely empty ritual and political grandstanding. It uses empirical data and stories from over seventy years of transcripts to demonstrate that the hearings are a democratic forum for the discussion and ratification of constitutional change. US$99.00

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The Drug Wars in America, 1940–1973 Kathleen J. Frydl

The Drug Wars in America, 1940–1973 argues that the US government has clung to its militant drug war, despite its obvious failures, because effective control of illicit traffic and consumption were never the critical factors motivating its adoption in the first place. ‘… a sweeping, complex, and searching history of America’s drug wars. Kathleen J. Frydl’s sophisticated, ‘state-centered’, analysis helps us to understand in new ways the causes of the nation’s greatest social policy failure. A brave and provocative work.’ Gary Gerstle, James G. Stahlman Professor of American History, Vanderbilt University 2013 228 x 152 mm 456pp 9 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01390-2 Hardback US$99.00 978-1-107-69700-3 Paperback US$34.99

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Northwestern University, Illinois

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University of North Texas

2013 228 x 152 mm 311pp 20 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-03970-4 Hardback

American Beliefs about Inequality, Opportunity, and Redistribution Leslie McCall

Latinos in the Legislative Process Interests and Influence Stella M. Rouse University of Maryland, College Park

In one of the only accounts of Latino legislative behavior, Stella M. Rouse examines how well the growing Latino population translates their increased presence into increased influence. Latinos in the Legislative Process explores Latino representation by taking a comprehensive look at the role of ethnicity throughout the legislative process. 2013 228 x 152 mm 196pp 32 b/w illus.  28 tables   978-1-107-03270-5 Hardback

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Black–Latino Relations in U.S. National Politics Beyond Conflict or Cooperation Rodney E. Hero University of California, Berkeley

and Robert R. Preuhs Metropolitan State University, Minnesota

The first systematic study of Black– Latino intergroup relations at the national level of US politics. Based on the activities of minority advocacy groups and the behavior of minority members of Congress, the authors find the relationship between the groups is characterized by non-conflict and a considerable degree of independence. ‘In this path-breaking book, Rodney Hero and Robert Preuhs bring to the fore a long-neglected dimension of American politics – the relationship between African-American and Latino elites in national-level politics. … All students of American politics will want to read [this book], both for what it tells us about the evolving relations between these two increasingly powerful groups in American national politics and for its critical role in reminding us that the American federal system is capable of both dividing and uniting us.’ Lawrence C. Dodd, University of Florida 2013 228 x 152 mm 266pp 5 b/w illus.  28 tables   978-1-107-03045-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-62544-0 Paperback US$28.99 For all formats available, see

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Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving E. Scott Adler

Equality in Education Law and Policy, 1954–2010 Benjamin M. Superfine University of Illinois, Chicago

Drawing from law, education policy, history and political science, this book examines how the concept of equality in education law and policy has transformed from Brown v. Board of Education through the Stimulus, the major factors influencing this transformation, and the significant problems that school reforms accordingly continue to face. 2013 228 x 152 mm 272pp 978-1-107-01692-7 Hardback

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University of Colorado Boulder

and John D. Wilkerson University of Washington

This book shows how voters’ willingness to hold lawmakers accountable for their collective problem-solving abilities can produce insights into legislative organization, behavior and output. Problem-solving motivations explain why bipartisanship is a common pattern of congressional behavior and offer the best explanation for legislative issue attention and policy change. 2013 228 x 152 mm 259pp 20 b/w illus.  38 tables   978-1-107-02318-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-67031-0 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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American government, politics, policy / Latin American government, politics, policy Party Pursuits and The PresidentialHouse Election Connection, 1900–2008 Jeffrey M. Stonecash

Cambridge Historical Studies in American Law and Society

2013 228 x 152 mm 432pp 8 b/w illus.   978-1-107-04392-3 Hardback US$90.00 For all formats available, see

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Syracuse University, New York

Stonecash analyzes election results arguing that the separation of presidential and House results occurring from the 1960s to 1980 was a partydriven process.

The Political Power of Protest

2013 228 x 152 mm 228pp 67 b/w illus.   978-1-107-02948-4 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61675-2 Paperback US$28.99

University of Pennsylvania

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Deficits, Debt, and the New Politics of Tax Policy Dennis S. Ippolito

Minority Activism and Shifts in Public Policy Daniel Q. Gillion

Gillion provides quantifiable evidence that protest shifts the policy positions of national political leaders for each branch of government. It demonstrates that national politicians take cues from minority protest activity that later lead to major shifts in public policy, rivaling the influence that minorities have through elections and public opinion.

Southern Methodist University, Texas

Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics

Ippolito provides a historical account of US tax policy that emphasizes the relationship between taxes and budget components.

2013 216 x 138 mm 204pp 18 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-1-107-03114-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65741-0 Paperback US$27.99

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Making the Modern American Fiscal State Law, Politics, and the Rise of Progressive Taxation, 1877–1929 Ajay K. Mehrotra Indiana University

Making the Modern American Fiscal State chronicles the rise of the US system of direct and progressive taxation, providing historical perspective on the intellectual, legal and administrative foundations of the current US tax regime. Ajay K. Mehrotra explores what tax reformers at the turn of the twentieth century accomplished and how their limited achievements were contested at nearly every turn. ‘Mehrotra has crafted a narrative that is fundamental to understanding the modern American state. By unearthing the intellectual, economic, political, and emotional spade work required to lay the groundwork for a major conceptual change in public policy, he shows how a highly decentralized, politicized, and indirect method of taxation was transformed into a centralized, neutrally administered, direct method of taxation with great potential to achieve redistributive ends.’ Brian Balogh, University of Virginia

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Political Ideologies and Political Parties in America Hans Noel Georgetown University, Washington DC

This book treats the modern liberal and conservative ideologies as the driving forces behind of our modern political parties. Liberalism and conservatism emerged in the twentieth century as important forces independent of existing political parties. These ideologies then reshaped parties in their own image. Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political Psychology

2014 228 x 152 mm 232pp 28 b/w illus.  10 tables   978-1-107-03831-8 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-62052-0 Paperback US$28.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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Seeking Human Rights Justice in Latin America Truth, Extra-Territorial Courts, and the Process of Justice Jeffrey Davis University of Maryland, Baltimore

This book studies how victims of human rights violations in Latin America, their families, and their advocates work to overcome entrenched impunity and seek legal justice. Seeking Human Rights Justice in Latin America examines the political and legal struggle through the lens of the human story at the heart of these cases. 2013 228 x 152 mm 250pp 30 b/w illus.  2 tables   978-0-521-51436-1 Hardback

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Law and the New Developmental State The Brazilian Experience in Latin American Context Edited by David M. Trubek University of Wisconsin, Madison

Helena Alviar Garcia Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Diogo R. Coutinho University of São Paulo Law School

and Alvaro Santos Georgetown University Law Center

This book explores the emergence of a new developmental state in Latin America and its significance for law and development theory. Contrasting the Brazilian experience with Colombia and Mexico, the book underscores the unique features of Brazil’s trajectory and the importance of this experience for understanding the role of law in development today. ‘This pioneering and innovative set of studies will soon be required reading. One of [the] foremost authors in the field, David Trubek has together with Alvaro Santos helped spark a new generation of scholarship on law and development. This book makes good on one of the conclusions from their hugely successful earlier volume, which pointed to the need for contextual and comparative study of legal reforms in developing countries. Trubek and Santos, now with their highly talented co-editors Helena Alviar and Diogo Coutinho, are once more paving the way forward in the

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Latin American government, politics, policy / Middle East government, politics, policy field, in this case by bringing together a remarkable group of scholars focusing on Latin America. Timely and thoughtfully presented, this work will contribute to academic discourses and policy debates alike.’

developmental state as by aspirations for some sort of post-neoliberal future … One of the most rigorous and scholarly accounts of the Morales regime available. A great piece of work.’

State, Faith, and Nation in Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Lands

Chantal Thomas, Cornell Law School

Anthony Bebbington, Clark University

Challenging standard narratives of Ottoman, Balkan and Middle East history, which overemphasise the role of nationalism in the transformation of the region, this book argues that religious affiliation was the most influential shaper of communal identity in the Ottoman era, and that it continues to mould the relationship between state and society today.

2013 228 x 152 mm 386pp 6 b/w illus.  12 tables   978-1-107-03159-3 Hardback

US$120.00

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Welfare and Party Politics in Latin America

State and Nation Making in Latin America and Spain

Jennifer Pribble

Republics of the Possible Edited by Miguel A. Centeno

University of Richmond, Virginia

Pribble explores the variation in welfare and other social assistance policies in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela, finding that the design of previous policies, the intensity of electoral competition and the character of political parties all influence the nature of contemporary social policy reform in Latin America. ‘Why are social policy outcomes so distinct between progressive governments? Jennifer Pribble demonstrates that similar goals to reduce poverty and inequality follow different paths. Her book combines legacies, power resources, and strategies to unpack ‘the left’, showing the ways, means, and constraints shaping policy reform. This book is a superb contribution to the study of social policy and inequality.’ Juliana Martinez Franzoni, University of Costa Rica 2013 228 x 152 mm 224pp 9 b/w illus.  19 tables   978-1-107-03022-0 Hardback

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Princeton University, New Jersey

and Agustin E. Ferraro

This book examines how Latin American countries and Spain tried to build modern and efficient state institutions for more than a century – without much success. The chapters tell how these countries went about constructing systems of authority that could manage their territories, support economic development, provide basic services, and promote a sense of national community. US$90.00

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Middle East government, politics, policy

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Market Justice Political Economic Struggle in Bolivia Brent Z. Kaup College of William and Mary, Virginia

Market Justice explores the challenges for the new global left as it seeks to construct alternative means of societal organization. Focusing on Bolivia, Brent Z. Kaup examines a testing ground of neoliberal and counter-neoliberal policies and an exemplar of bottom-up globalization. ‘Passionate, insightful, and careful, Brent Kaup’s study reveals the many ways in which Bolivia’s twenty-firstcentury experiment in capitalism is structured as much by earlier experiences of neoliberalism and the

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Birkbeck, University of London

2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 2 b/w illus.  5 maps   978-1-107-04216-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61523-6 Paperback US$30.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

2013 234 x 156 mm 479pp 9 b/w illus.  4 tables   978-1-107-02986-6 Hardback

Frederick F. Anscombe

A History of Modern Tunisia Second edition Kenneth Perkins University of South Carolina

Kenneth Perkins’s new edition of A History of Modern Tunisia examines the history of Tunisia from the midnineteenth century to the present with an emphasis on political, social, economic and cultural developments. No other English-language study of Tunisia offers as sweeping a time frame or as comprehensive a history of this nation. 2014 228 x 152 mm 336pp 28 b/w illus.  4 maps   978-1-107-02407-6 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-65473-0 Paperback US$29.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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The Awakening of Muslim Democracy Religion, Modernity, and the State Jocelyne Cesari CNRS-Paris; Harvard University

Jocelyne Cesari investigates the relationship between modernization, politics, and Islam in Muslim-majority countries. This book provides a unique overview of the historical and political developments that have made Islam the dominant force in the construction of the modern states, and discusses its impact on emerging democracies in the contemporary Middle East. 2014 228 x 152 mm 400pp 978-1-107-04418-0 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-66482-1 Paperback US$32.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

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Debating Turkish Modernity Civilization, Nationalism, and the EEC Mehmet Döşemeci Bucknell University, Pennsylvania

Debating Turkish Modernity explores how Turks spoke about the prospect of joining the European Economic Community between 1959 and 1980. It argues that these debates created deep, bitter divides among Turks by bringing up long-standing questions about Turkey’s past and its ambivalent relationship with Europe. Advance praise: ‘Dösemeci’s meticulously written and lucid book is an excellent historical study that calls for the

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Middle East government, politics, policy active imagination of the reader. With a skilful hermeneutical analysis of historical events it invites us to rethink the meanings of modernity through different logics and historicalconceptual sites within which civilization, nation, and Europeanness have been dialogically imagined and debated by Turkish elites. The book powerfully brings to life the impasses and tensions of these debates, shedding a very different light on the much-technicalized discussions of Turkey’s membership to Europe today.’ Meltem Ahiska, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul 2014 228 x 152 mm 206pp 978-1-107-04491-3 Hardback Publication January 2014

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The Israel-Palestine Conflict One Hundred Years of War Third edition James L. Gelvin University of California, Los Angeles

Now in its third edition, James L. Gelvin’s award-winning account is a balanced, compelling, accessible and current introduction for students and general readers. Placing the conflict within the framework of global history, and viewing it as the quintessential nationalist struggle of our time, the book interweaves biographical sketches, eyewitness accounts, poetry, fiction, and official documentation into its narrative. 2014 228 x 152 mm 304pp 22 b/w illus.  13 maps   978-1-107-03718-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61354-6 Paperback US$29.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

Israel’s Security Networks A Theoretical and Comparative Perspective Gabriel Sheffer Hebrew University of Jerusalem

and Oren Barak Hebrew University of Jerusalem

This book provides a fresh perspective on Israeli civil-security relations and politics. It introduces the concept of informal security networks in the area of national security, discusses the significance of these networks in Israel and in other similar states, and deals with the theoretical and comparative effects of these issues. 2013 228 x 152 mm 184pp 978-1-107-03468-6 Hardback

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Slavery, the State, and Islam Mohammed Ennaji Mohammed V University

Slavery, the State, and Islam looks at slavery as the foundation of power and the state in the Muslim world. Closely examining major theological and literary Islamic texts, it challenges traditional approaches to the subject. 2013 228 x 152 mm 260pp 978-0-521-11962-7 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-13545-0 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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TEXTBOOK

A History of Modern Israel

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Second edition Colin Shindler

The New Middle East

University of London

Protest and Revolution in the Arab World Edited by Fawaz A. Gerges London School of Economics

The New Middle East is one of the first comprehensive books to critically examine the Arab popular uprisings of 2011–12. It contains meticulous and thoughtful reflections on the meanings, causes, drivers and effects of these seminal events on the internal, local and international politics of the Middle East and North Africa. 2014 228 x 152 mm 488pp 12 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-1-107-02863-0 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61688-2 Paperback US$32.99 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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The new edition of Colin Shindler’s history of Israel traces the nation’s developments from 1948 to the present day. New content in this sympathetic yet candid portrayal includes the rise of the Israeli far right, Israel’s uneasy dealings with the new administration in the United States and the impact of the Arab Spring. Contents: 1. Zionism and security; 2. The Hebrew republic; 3. New immigrants and first elections; 4. The politics of piety; 5. Retaliation or self-restraint; 6. The rise of the right; 7. The road to Beirut; 8. Dissent at home and abroad; 9. An insurrection before a handshake; 10. The end of ideology?; 11. The killing of a prime minister; 12. The magician and the bulldozer; 13. He does

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not stop at the red light; 14. An unlikely grandfather; 15. A brotherly conflict; 16. Bialik’s bequest?; 17. Stagnation and isolationism; 18. An Arab spring and an Israeli winter? 2013 228 x 152 mm 492pp 20 b/w illus.  6 maps   978-1-107-02862-3 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-67177-5 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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The Power and the People Paths of Resistance in the Middle East Charles Tripp University of London

Drawing on recent dramatic developments in the Middle East and parallel moments in its modern history, this book examines how people have united to unseat their oppressors. This brilliant yet unsettling book affords a panoramic view of the twentieth and twenty-first century Middle East through occupation, oppression and political resistance. ‘This spirited account carries conviction and by telling it Tripp has made an important contribution in supplementing the record of national liberation struggles.’ Morning Star 2013 228 x 152 mm 407pp 25 b/w illus.   978-0-521-80965-8 Hardback US$80.00 978-0-521-00726-9 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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The Cambridge History of Turkey Volume 2: The Ottoman Empire as a World Power, 1453–1603 Edited by Suraiya N. Faroqhi Istanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi

and Kate Fleet Newnham College, Cambridge

Volume 2 of The Cambridge History of Turkey examines the period from the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 to the accession of Ahmed I in 1603. During this period, the Ottoman Empire moved into a new phase of expansion, emerging in the sixteenth century as a dominant political player on the world scene. With territory stretching around the Mediterranean from the Adriatic Sea to Morocco, and from the Caucasus to the Caspian Sea, the Ottomans reached the apogee of their military might in a period seen by many later Ottomans, and historians, as a golden

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Middle East government, politics, policy / African government, politics, policy age in which the state was strong, the sultan’s might unquestionable, and intellectual life and the arts flourishing. In this volume, leading scholars assess the considerable expansion of Ottoman power and effervescence of the Ottoman intellectual and cultural world. They also investigate the challenges that faced the Ottoman state, particularly in the later period, as the empire experienced economic crises, revolts and drawn-out wars. Contributors: Ebru Boyar, Palmira Brummett, Murat Cizakca, Geza David, Suraiya Faroqhi, Kate Fleet, Gottfried Hagen, Colin Imber, Cigdem Kafescioglu, Selim Kuru, Salih Ozbaran, Gilles Veinstein

Between State and Synagogue The Secularization of Contemporary Israel Guy Ben-Porat Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Explores the evolving tensions between the secularization of Israeli society and constraints imposed by religious orthodoxy. These fissures often have stronger ties with lifestyle choices and economics than political or religious ideology, the demands of a secular public and burgeoning religious presence in government are becoming more difficult to reconcile.

Cambridge History of Turkey

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2013 228 x 152 mm 728pp 29 b/w illus.  4 maps   978-0-521-62094-9 Hardback

2013 228 x 152 mm 279pp 13 b/w illus.  14 tables   978-1-107-00344-6 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-17699-6 Paperback US$28.99

US$200.00

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Religion and State in Syria The Sunni Ulama from Coup to Revolution Thomas Pierret University of Edinburgh

The first comprehensive study of Syria’s religious scene and the Sunni ulama. This book shows how the secular, non-Sunni Ba‘thist regime has been compelled to bring the clergy into the political fold. Pierret affords a new perspective on Syrian society now at the crossroads of political, social and religious fragmentation. ‘This recent study of Thomas Pierret is a welcome addition to the existing literature on the subject, and is a comprehensive study of Syria’s little known religious scene … Pierret’s book is a thought-provoking, complex and engaging work. It is well written and includes useful explanations that help the reader navigate through a complex and very condensed history. The author’s arguments are also enriched by an impressive list of references.’ Abderrahman Zouhir, Middle East Media and Book Reviews

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Gender, Politics and Religion in Saudi Arabia Madawi Al-Rasheed University of London

Madawi Al-Rasheed’s goes beyond the conventional tropes that describe women in Saudi Arabia to probe the historical, political and religious forces that have thwarted their emancipation. It demonstrates how women have become hostage to contradictory political projects that demand female piety and encourage modernity. ‘This book deserves praise – and more importantly – to be read by those with an interest in Saudi Arabia or a desire to learn more about the factors and mechanisms that contribute to women’s continued marginalisation worldwide.’ Times Higher Education

2013 228 x 152 mm 272pp 7 b/w illus.  3 tables   978-0-521-19991-9 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-13691-4 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Lawyering for the Rule of Law Government Lawyers and the Rise of Judicial Power in Israel Yoav Dotan

Yoav Dotan examines the role of government lawyers in the rise of judicial activism in Israel and explores the question of judicial mobilization at large. Contains an original, large-scale, quantitative study of around 2,000 court files. Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, 9

2013 228 x 152 mm 232pp 20 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03899-8 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-62590-7 Paperback US$34.99 For all formats available, see

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African government, politics, policy Political Governance in Post-Genocide Rwanda

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Filip Reyntjens

2013 228 x 152 mm 334pp 978-0-521-76104-8 Hardback US$90.00 978-0-521-12252-8 Paperback US$29.99

Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium

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2013 228 x 152 mm 287pp 978-1-107-02641-4 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-60990-7 Paperback US$29.99

Political Aid and Arab Activism

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Democracy Promotion, Justice, and Representation Sheila Carapico University of Richmond

Examines transnational programs in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Yemen, Lebanon, Tunisia, Algeria, the exceptional cases of Palestine and Iraq, and the Arab region at large during two

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Hebrew University of Jerusalem

A Most Masculine State

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tumultuous decades. Sheila Carapico analyzes discursive and professional practices in four key subfields: the rule of law, electoral design and monitoring, women’s political empowerment and civil society. Her research explores the paradoxes and jurisdictional disputes confronted by Arab activists for justice, representation and ‘non-governmental’ agency.

Filip Reyntjens’s new book analyzes political governance in post-genocide Rwanda and focuses on the rise of the authoritarian Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF). While many have hailed Rwanda for its successful bureaucratic governance, Reyntjens complicates this picture by looking more closely at the regime’s activities. 2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-1-107-04355-8 Hardback Publication January 2014

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African government, politics, policy / South Asian government, politics, policy A History of Sub-Saharan Africa

Making Citizens in Africa

Second edition Robert O. Collins

Ethnicity, Gender, and National Identity in Ethiopia Lahra Smith

Late of the University of California, Santa Barbara

and James. M Burns Clemson University, South Carolina

The second edition of A History of SubSaharan Africa continues to provide an accessible introduction to the continent’s history for students and general readers. It places events and developments that general readers will be familiar with into a broad context, emphasising the role of environment and geography in shaping the African past. 2013 253 x 177 mm 408pp 27 b/w illus.  35 maps   978-1-107-03780-9 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-62851-9 Paperback US$32.99 Publication December 2013 For all formats available, see

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Anti-Refugee Violence and African Politics Ato Kwamena Onoma Yale University, Connecticut

Using comparative cases from Guinea, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ato Kwamena Onoma reorients the study of refugees back to a focus on the disempowered civilian refugees that constitute the majority of refugees even in cases of severe refugee militarization, and offers suggestions for broader understanding of and policy options for refugee politics and violence. 2013 228 x 152 mm 292pp 2 b/w illus.  6 maps   978-1-107-03669-7 Hardback

US$90.00

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Political Parties in Africa Ethnicity and Party Formation Sebastian Elischer Leuphana University Lüneberg, and German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg

This book examines the effects of ethnicity on party politics in ten African countries. Sebastian Elischer finds that five party types exist: the mono-ethnic, the ethnic alliance, the catch-all, the programmatic and the personalistic party. He uses these party types to show that the African political landscape is considerably more diverse than conventionally assumed. 2013 228 x 152 mm 334pp 97 tables   978-1-107-03346-7 Hardback US$95.00 978-1-107-62044-5 Paperback US$30.99 For all formats available, see

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Georgetown University, Washington DC

Provides a study of contemporary politics in Ethiopia through an empirical focus on language policy, citizenship, ethnic identity and gender. It uniquely focuses not only on the political institutions of Ethiopia and its history but also at the intersection of both modern and historical time periods. African Studies

2013 228 x 152 mm 276pp 3 maps  3 tables   978-1-107-03531-7 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61038-5 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Law’s Fragile State Colonial, Authoritarian, and Humanitarian Legacies in Sudan Mark Fathi Massoud University of California, Santa Cruz

How do a legal order and the rule of law develop in a war-torn state? Using his field research in Sudan, the author uncovers how colonial administrators, postcolonial governments and international aid agencies have used legal tools, practices and resources to promote stability and their own visions of the rule of law amid political violence and war in Sudan. ‘Insightful, sober, and forward looking analysis of the practice of human rights in the harsh realities of violent conflict and moral ambivalence. This is how to uphold principled commitment to human rights, through critical pragmatic optimism, not unrealistic naivety or futile mutual aggression.’ Abdullahi An-Na’im, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law, Emory University Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

2013 228 x 152 mm 297pp 10 b/w illus.  2 maps  7 tables   978-1-107-02607-0 Hardback

US$99.00

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South Asian government, politics, policy Islamabad and the Politics of International Development in Pakistan Markus Daechsel Royal Holloway, University of London

A highly original history of the design and development of Pakistan’s capital city; one of the most iconic and ambitious urban reconstruction projects of the 1950s and 1960s. Balancing archival research with fresh theoretical insights, Markus Daechsel surveys the project’s successes and failures, evaluating Islamabad’s place in post-war international development. 2014 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-1-107-05717-3 Hardback Publication June 2014

c. US$99.00

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The Promise of Power The Origins of Democracy in India and Autocracy in Pakistan Maya Tudor University of Oxford

An examination of how, despite similar historical contexts, India became a stable democracy post-independence, whilst Pakistan became an unstable autocracy. 2013 228 x 152 mm 254pp 8 b/w illus.  3 maps  1 table   978-1-107-03296-5 Hardback

US$95.00

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Pakistan’s Experience with Formal Law An Alien Justice Osama Siddique Lahore University of Management Sciences

Identifying the disconnection between literature on colonial legal systems and their postcolonial reform projects, this book analyzes why reform routinely fails. It will be of interest to scholars of South Asia, alongside professionals, students and general readers intrigued by the persistence of socially alienating legal systems in developing countries. ‘A fascinating and troubling study of Pakistan’s judicial system: its history misunderstood by its acolytes, its practice unaltered by countless reforms, its operations a tribulation

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South Asian government, politics, policy / South-East Asian government, politics, policy / East Asian government, politics, policy for its constituents. Siddique analyzes the limits of scholarly reflection and well intentioned reform by placing them alongside the perceptions, strategies and experiences of those who use the system. A powerful and broad-ranging cautionary tale.’ David Kennedy, Harvard Law School

examining the rise of fundamentalist Islam. 2013 228 x 152 mm 320pp 20 b/w illus.  7 maps   978-1-107-01947-8 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-62445-0 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

2013 228 x 152 mm 485pp 22 b/w illus.   978-1-107-03815-8 Hardback US$115.00 For all formats available, see

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Presidential Legislation in India The Law and Practice of Ordinances Shubhankar Dam Singapore Management University

Despite India’s parliamentary system, the president has authority to enact legislation (or ordinances) under certain circumstances without involving parliament. This book studies ordinances at the national level in India centered around historical, empirical, and analytical themes. It explains why the fate of parliamentary reforms may be tied to the reform of the provision for ordinances. Comparative Constitutional Law and Policy

2014 228 x 152 mm 300pp 21 tables   978-1-107-03971-1 Hardback US$99.00 Publication January 2014 For all formats available, see

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South-East Asian government, politics, policy A History of Modern Indonesia Second edition Adrian Vickers University of Sydney

This account traces the history of Indonesia from the colonial period through revolution and independence to the present, focusing on the experiences of ordinary people. In this new edition, the author revisits his argument as to why Indonesia has yet to realize its potential as a democratic country, while

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East Asian government, politics, policy South Korea’s Rise Economic Development, Power and Foreign Relations Uk Heo University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

and Terence Roehrig United States Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island

South Korea’s phenomenal rise has been studied extensively in relation to democratisation and economic development. Through a comprehensive evaluation of South Korea’s bilateral and multilateral relationships, Heo and Roehrig explore South Korea’s rise in a different context, illuminating the impact that economic development has had on the country’s foreign policy. 2014 228 x 152 mm 280pp 18 b/w illus.  6 tables   978-1-107-01250-9 Hardback c. US$85.00 978-1-107-69053-0 Paperback c. US$29.99 Publication July 2014 For all formats available, see

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The Transformation of North Korea Hazel Smith University of Warwick

This is a historically founded, empirical study of social and economic transformation in North Korea. Hazel Smith evaluates North Korean society after the ‘marketisation from below’ that followed the famine of the early 1990s, providing readers with an fresh, insightful and broad-ranging overview of the country today. 2014 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-89778-5 Hardback c. US$75.00 978-0-521-72344-2 Paperback c. US$24.99 Publication July 2014 For all formats available, see

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Mao’s Little Red Book A Global History Edited by Alexander C. Cook University of California, Berkeley

On the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Quotations from Chairman Mao, this edited volume is the first to examine the Little Red Book as a global historical phenomenon, challenging established ideas about the book and re-examining the history of the twentieth-century world. 2014 228 x 152 mm 250pp 9 b/w illus.   978-1-107-05722-7 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-66564-4 Paperback US$27.99 Publication March 2014 For all formats available, see

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Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal The Development of the Law in China’s Hong Kong Edited by Simon N. M. Young University of Hong Kong

and Yash Ghai University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal is recognised for its constructive and innovative development of the common law and constitutional and human rights jurisprudence. This study of its structure, jurisprudence and politics also analyses the contribution of its Chief Justice under Chinese sovereignty. 2013 228 x 152 mm 704pp 14 b/w illus.  24 tables   978-1-107-01121-2 Hardback Publication December 2013

US$150.00

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Mao Cult Rhetoric and Ritual in China’s Cultural Revolution Daniel Leese Freiburg University

Although many books have explored Mao’s posthumous legacy, none has scrutinized the massive worship that was fostered around him during the Cultural Revolution. By analyzing secret archival documents, Daniel Leese traces the history of the cult within the Communist Party and at the grassroots level. ‘Leese charts the rise of Mao’s cult in clear stages, with an excellent eye for its intricacies.’ Times Literary Supplement

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paradoxically strengthen, rather than weaken, the authoritarian regime.

Politics (general)

2013 228 x 152 mm 229pp 6 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-02131-0 Hardback

Rethinking the 1950s

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The Peasant in Postsocialist China

Spying for the People

History, Politics, and Capitalism Alexander F. Day Occidental College, Los Angeles

A radical appraisal of the role of the peasant throughout Chinese history, and how that role has transformed in the reform-era and beyond. Indispensable reading for all those wishing to understand Chinese history and politics, and the debate as to the nature of tomorrow’s China. ‘Rural China, the source of the Chinese Revolution, has suffered marginalization, exploitation, and plunder under developmentalist reform policies since the 1990s, when the PRC leadership decisively embarked on a path of incorporation in global capitalism. In this wellresearched and engaged study, Alexander F. Day critically analyzes the ideological debates occasioned by the ‘agrarian question’, and traces efforts by activists of various political stripes to resolve it. The ‘underside’ of the phenomenal so-called ‘China model’ is recognized widely, including by the regime itself, but is framed more often than not as a problem of sustained development. What makes this study unique and invaluable is bringing to light efforts to remedy it that also aspire to lend some credence to the regime’s ritual claims to socialism.’ Arif Dirlik, Liang Qichao Memorial Distinguished Visiting Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing 2013 228 x 152 mm 242pp 978-1-107-03967-4 Hardback

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Social Organizations and the Authoritarian State in China Timothy Hildebrandt King’s College London

This book offers a groundbreaking comparative analysis of the emergence of NGOs across China in three different issue areas: environmental protection, HIV/AIDS prevention, and gay and lesbian rights. It demonstrates how organizations must constantly adapt activities to match the changing interests of local governments and shows how these organizations can

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Mao’s Secret Agents, 1949–1967 Michael Schoenhals Lunds Universitet, Sweden

In this fascinating account, Michael Schoenhals reveals the domestic covert operations of Mao’s public security organs through a detailed examination of the cultivation and recruitment of their agents, their training and their operational activities. These revelations, based on hitherto classified documents, enrich our understanding of modern China’s troubled social history. 2013 228 x 152 mm 274pp 20 b/w illus.   978-1-107-01787-0 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-60344-8 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

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The Logic and Limits of Political Reform in China Joseph Fewsmith Boston University

In the 1990s China embarked on a series of political reforms intended to increase political participation and reduce the abuse of power by local officials. Although there was initial progress, these reforms have largely stalled. If there were sufficient incentives to inaugurate reform, why wasn’t there enough momentum to continue? ‘In recent years, grassroots political reforms in China have drawn much hopeful attention in the West … But Fewsmith’s careful analyses of roughly a dozen such experiments show that none was democratic in the Western sense.’ Andrew J. Nathan, Foreign Affairs 2013 216 x 138 mm 229pp 4 b/w illus.  4 maps   978-1-107-03142-5 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-61254-9 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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How Anticommunism and the Cold War Made America Liberal Jennifer A. Delton Skidmore College, New York

Jennifer A. Delton argues that, far from subverting the New Deal state, anticommunism and the Cold War enabled, fulfilled, and even surpassed the New Deal’s reform agenda. Anticommunism solidified liberal political power and the Cold War justified liberal goals such as job creation, corporate regulation, economic redevelopment, and civil rights. ‘With this genuinely original, important, and provocative book, Jennifer Delton takes on the prevailing wisdom about the eclipse of the New Deal, the decline of liberalism, and the role of conservatism in the postwar era. The conservative 1950s were less conservative than we think, and liberalism proved more of a driving force than the dominant narratives would have us believe. Where many scholars hold the Cold War and anticommunism responsible for the smothering of dissent, she finds in both a critical rationale for domestic social reform. In challenging the consensus view on a variety of fronts, Delton forces us to think very differently about the postwar era.’ Eric Arnesen, George Washington University 2013 228 x 152 mm 204pp 978-1-107-01180-9 Hardback US$80.00 978-1-107-62057-5 Paperback US$27.99 For all formats available, see

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Political Change in Southeast Asia Jacques Bertrand University of Toronto

Jacques Bertrand provides a fresh and highly original survey of politics and political change in Southeast Asia. Against the backdrop of economic development and social transformation in several countries, he uses a comparative framework to explore why some countries have become democratic while others remain persistently authoritarian. ‘At last a book that provides a comprehensive, historically grounded and up-to-date survey of politics in Southeast Asia. Covering the historical origins of the diverse regimes that make up the region, as well as the forces driving political change today, Political Change in Southeast Asia will be welcomed by both experts

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Politics (general) and students of the region. Paying attention to evolving social structures and complex contingencies, mass social forces and the actions of elites, Jacques Bertrand captures the complex dynamics both driving and retarding political change in this fascinating and politically diverse region.’ Edward Aspinall, Australian National University 2013 228 x 152 mm 255pp 2 b/w illus.  12 tables   978-0-521-88377-1 Hardback US$80.00 978-0-521-71006-0 Paperback US$28.99 For all formats available, see

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Constitutionalism of the Global South The Activist Tribunals of India, South Africa, and Colombia Edited by Daniel Bonilla Maldonado Fordham University, School of Law

The Indian Supreme Court, the South African Constitutional Court and the Colombian Constitutional Court have been among the most important and creative courts in the Global South. This book addresses in a direct and detailed way the jurisprudence of these Courts on three key topics: access to justice, cultural diversity and socioeconomic rights. 2013 228 x 152 mm 417pp 12 b/w illus.  4 tables   978-1-107-03621-5 Hardback

US$120.00

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The Dynamic Constitution An Introduction to American Constitutional Law and Practice Second edition Richard H. Fallon, Jr Harvard University, Massachusetts

This revised edition provides an engaging, sophisticated introduction to American constitutional law. It combines detailed explication of current doctrine with insightful analysis of the political culture and theoretical debates in which constitutional practice is situated. Through examples of Supreme Court cases and portraits of past and present Justices, it dramatizes the historical and cultural factors that have shaped constitutional law. 2013 228 x 152 mm 429pp 978-1-107-02140-2 Hardback US$85.00 978-1-107-64257-7 Paperback US$29.99 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107021402

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How Voters Feel

intellectual and cultural renewals, and international entanglements.

Stephen Coleman University of Leeds

Cambridge Concise Histories

What does it mean to think of oneself as a voter? What memories and anxieties are evoked by the phrase, ‘It’s time to vote’? This book explores what voters think they are doing when they vote, providing a unique insight into how it feels to be a democratic citizen.

2014 216 x 138 mm 275pp 20 b/w illus.   978-0-521-87238-6 Hardback US$85.00 978-0-521-69413-1 Paperback US$27.99 Publication February 2014

‘Coleman shows that voting is laden with meaning and emotion, or at least it should be. Building an empiricalcum-theoretical argument for voting as ‘social performance’, [he] lays down a forceful, deeply innovative challenge to conventional wisdom in contemporary political studies.’ Jeffrey C. Alexander, Lillian Chavenson Saden Professor of Sociology, Yale University 2013 216 x 138 mm 275pp 978-1-107-01460-2 Hardback

US$90.00

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Formal Models of Domestic Politics Scott Gehlbach University of Wisconsin, Madison

Intended for students in political science and economics who have already taken a course in game theory, this text provides a unified and accessible survey of canonical and important new formal models of domestic politics. Contents: 1. Electoral competition under certainty; 2. Electoral competition under uncertainty; 3. Special interest; 4. Veto players; 5. Delegation; 6. Coalitions; 7. Political agency; 8. Regime change.

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The Rationalizing Voter Milton Lodge Stony Brook University, State University of New York

and Charles S. Taber Stony Brook University, State University of New York

Lodge and Taber propose and empirically test motivated political reasoning that predicts that when citizens think about familiar political leaders, groups and issues, their prior feelings spontaneously bias how information is encoded, retrieved, evaluated and acted upon. Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political Psychology

2013 228 x 152 mm 294pp 51 b/w illus.  13 tables   978-0-521-76350-9 Hardback US$99.00 978-0-521-17614-9 Paperback US$32.99 For all formats available, see

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Productivity Convergence Theory and Evidence Edward N. Wolff New York University

2013 228 x 152 mm 240pp 15 b/w illus.  1 table   978-0-521-76715-6 Hardback US$90.00 978-1-107-61042-2 Paperback US$29.99

A vast new literature on the sources of economic growth has now accumulated. This book critically reviews the most significant works in this field and summarizes what is known today about the sources of economic growth. Each chapter emphasizes the factors that appear to be most important in explaining growth performance.

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Cambridge Surveys of Economic Literature

www.cambridge.org/9780521767156

2014 228 x 152 mm 510pp 50 b/w illus.  47 tables   978-0-521-66284-0 Hardback US$140.00 978-0-521-66441-7 Paperback US$60.00 Publication January 2014

Analytical Methods for Social Research

HIGHLIGHT

A Concise History of Romania

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Keith Hitchins University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

This comprehensive and engaging new history charts Romania’s development over 2000 years from its establishment to the present day. Always on the border between East and West, Hitchins considers Romania’s place in European politics, economic and social change,

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An Introduction to Australian Public Policy Theory and Practice Second edition Sarah Maddison University of New South Wales, Sydney

and Richard Denniss The Australia Institute

An Introduction to Australian Public Policy, Second Edition examines the broad range of models, influences and players that shape public policy in Australia, and addresses both the theory and real-world challenges of the field. It features a new chapter on policy evaluation, practical exercises and eleven new case studies. Contents: Part I. Policy and Theory: Introduction; 1. The Australian policy context; 2. State or market I: ideology and public policy; 3. State or market II: the economics of public policy; 4. Models and theory for understanding policy; 5. Policy actors and policy instruments; 6. Identifying issues: agenda setting and policy discourse; Part II. Policy in Practice: 7. Who does policy?; 8. The nuts and bolts of policy work: from advice to implementation; 9. Policy evaluation; 10. The role of the media in setting the policy agenda; 11. Consulting with stakeholders; 12. Research and policy; 13. Communication, ethics and accountability. 2013 240 x 165 mm 292pp 9 b/w illus.   978-1-107-65825-7 Paperback US$78.00 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107658257

Grassroots for Hire Public Affairs Consultants in American Democracy Edward T. Walker University of California, Los Angeles

Aimed at students and researchers in sociology, political science, management, and communication, this book illuminates how elite consultants have adopted grassroots advocacy tactics for paying clients. Rather than being dismissed as mere ‘astroturf’, these consultants’ campaigns should be seen as having real effects on political participation and policymaking. Business and Public Policy

2014 228 x 152 mm 250pp 13 b/w illus.  8 tables   978-1-107-02136-5 Hardback c. US$95.00 978-1-107-61901-2 Paperback c. US$34.99 Publication February 2014 For all formats available, see

www.cambridge.org/9781107021365

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Index A Adler-Nissen, Rebecca ...........................37 Adler, E. Scott ........................................42 Adolph, Christopher ................................6 Affluence, Austerity and Electoral Change in Britain ...............................37 After the Great Recession ......................27 Against Autonomy .................................29 Against the Consensus ..........................25 Agarwala, Rina........................................7 Agonistic Democracy .............................29 AIDS Drugs For All .................................25 Aktürk, Şener ........................................10 Al-Rasheed, Madawi .............................46 Albæk, Erik .............................................8 Albert, Mathias .....................................14 Alien Rule ...............................................6 Allen, William A.....................................20 Alliance Formation in Civil Wars .............19 Alvarez, R. Michael ................................36 Alviar Garcia, Helena .............................43 American Congress, The.........................40 American Journalism and International Relations ............................................17 American Public Opinion, Advocacy, and Policy in Congress ...............................39 Americomania and the French Revolution Debate in Britain, 1789–1802 ........................................34 Amtenbrink, Fabian ...............................38 Anarchy and Legal Order .......................32 Anatomy of Revolution Revisited, The ....37 Andersen, Lisa M. F................................40 Anscombe, Frederick F............................44 Anti-Americanism and the Rise of World Opinion ..............................................10 Anti-Refugee Violence and African Politics ...............................................47 Antigone, Interrupted ............................31 Arena, Valentina ....................................35 Arutunyan, Anna ...................................39 Aspects of Law Reform ..........................37 Atanassow, Ewa ....................................31 Atkeson, Lonna Rae...............................36 Aust, Anthony .......................................15 Authority...............................................29 Awakening of Muslim Democracy, The ...44

B Bankers, Bureaucrats, and Central Bank Politics .................................................6 Banning the Bang or the Bomb? ............11 Barak, Oren ...........................................45 Barbarism and Religion .........................28 Barnes, Jeb............................................36 Barrientos, Armando ..............................25 Battle against Anarchist Terrorism, The ...13 Bell, Daniel A.........................................29 Ben-Porat, Guy ......................................46 Bennett, W. Lance ...................................7 Benson, Rodney ......................................8 Bertrand, Jacques ..................................49 Best, Jacqueline............................... 11, 12 Between State and Synagogue ..............46 Beyond Church and State ......................31 Beyond the Balance of Power ................13 Bianchi, Andrea .....................................14 Black–Latino Relations in U.S. National Politics ...............................................42

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Boin, Arjen ............................................38 Bonilla Maldonado, Daniel.....................50 Boone, Catherine.....................................6 Borders, Asylum and Global NonCitizenship .........................................10 Boundary Control ....................................7 Boyd, Richard ........................................31 Bradley, Megan .......................................5 Branch, Jordan ......................................21 Braumoeller, Bear F. ...............................21 Bringing Sociology to International Relations ............................................14 Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism ...............6 Browne, Jude ........................................31 Brownlee, W. Elliot ................................25 Brummer, Chris ......................................23 Brusco, Valeria.........................................6 Buhaug, Halvard......................................7 Building Business in Post-Communist Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia ....26 Bulkeley, Harriet ....................................13 Burke, Edmund ......................................36 Burns, James. M ....................................47 Burstein, Paul ........................................39 Busby, Joshua W. ...................................25 Buzan, Barry..........................................14 Byers, Michael .......................................20

C Cambridge Companion to Descartes’ Meditations, The .................................35 Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism, The ....................................................33 Cambridge Companion to Utilitarianism, The ....................................................33 Cambridge History of Capitalism, The ..... 23, 24 Cambridge History of Turkey, The ...........45 Cameron, Lindsey ..................................19 Can Russia Modernise? .........................39 Carapico, Sheila.....................................46 Carpenter, Daniel.....................................3 Cartographic State, The..........................21 Caverley, Jonathan D. ............................22 Cederman, Lars-Erik ................................7 Centeno, Miguel A.................................44 Cesari, Jocelyne .....................................44 Challenge of Rousseau, The ...................32 Chan, Steve...........................................16 Changing Societies, Changing Party Systems ................................................2 Chartier, Gary ........................................32 Chatterjee, Deen K. ...............................18 Checkel, Jeffrey T. ..................................20 Chernilo, Daniel.....................................33 Chetail, Vincent .....................................19 Chivvis, Christopher S. ...........................12 Christia, Fotini .......................................19 Clandestine Political Violence...................7 Clarke, Harold D. ...................................37 Climate and Human Migration ...............11 Cohen-Eliya, Moshe...............................33 Coleman, Stephen .................................50 Colgan, Jeff D........................................20 Collective Security .................................14 Collini, Stefan........................................35 Collins, Jr, Paul M...................................42 Collins, Robert O....................................47 Collins, Ronald K. L................................30 Comparative Welfare State Politics ...........2

Complementarity in the Line of Fire .......22 Concise History of Romania, A ...............50 Conflicts in the Knowledge Society ........20 Congress and the Politics of Problem Solving ...............................................42 Conly, Sarah ..........................................29 Conscription, Family, and the Modern State ....................................................3 Consequential Courts ..............................9 Constitutional Change and Democracy in Indonesia .........................................9 Constitutionalism of the Global South ....50 Constitutions in Authoritarian Regimes ....8 Constructing Cause in International Relations ............................................11 Constructing National Security ...............14 Consumer Democracy ..............................8 Contesting the Postwar City...................41 Cook, Alexander C. ................................48 Coons, Christian ....................................32 Corruption, Contention, and Reform ........2 Countering Terrorism in Britain and France ................................................19 Counterinsurgency ................................17 Counting the Many ...............................33 Coutinho, Diogo R. ................................43 Crawford, James....................................20 Creveld, Martin van ...............................18 Crisis of Authority ..................................28 Critchlow, Donald T................................40 Cunning, David .....................................35 Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change .........................16 Cutler, A. Claire .....................................11 Cynamon, Barry Z. .................................27

D D’Costa, Gavin ......................................30 Daechsel, Markus ..................................47 Dalen, Arjen van ......................................8 Dam, Shubhankar..................................48 Dann, Philipp ........................................20 Datta, Monti Narayan ............................10 Davis, Jeffrey .........................................43 Day, Alexander F. ...................................49 de Vreese, Claes ......................................8 Deadly Impasse .....................................10 Debating Turkish Modernity ...................44 Defensive Environmentalists and the Dynamics of Global Reform .................18 Deficits, Debt, and the New Politics of Tax Policy ...........................................43 Delimitation of the Continental Shelf between Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands, The.................................13 Dell’Orto, Giovanna ...............................17 Della Porta, Donatella.......................... 5, 7 Delton, Jennifer A. .................................49 Democracies and Dictatorships in Latin America ...............................................1 Democracy and its Elected Enemies........25 Democracy and Media Decadence ...........4 Democratic Militarism............................22 Democratic Statecraft ............................31 Democratic Theory and Causal Methodology in Comparative Politics ....3 Democratizing Global Climate Governance ........................................28 Denniss, Richard ....................................51 DeWitt, Anne ........................................35

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E East Asian Challenge for Democracy, The 29 Economic Politics in the United States ....24 Edwards, Gemma ....................................9 Eggleston, Ben ......................................33 Ekengren, Magnus.................................38 Elischer, Sebastian .................................47 Elster, Jon ..............................................30 Emergencies and Politics........................30 Enacting European Citizenship ...............38 Encyclopaedism from Antiquity to the Renaissance .......................................34 Enduring Rivalries in the Asia-Pacific ......16 Ennaji, Mohammed ...............................45 Enste, Dominik H. ....................................5 Equality in Education Law and Policy, 1954–2010 ........................................42 Ethics of Preventive War, The..................18 EU External Relations Law .....................37 Europe’s Contending Identities ................1 European Integration and the Atlantic Community in the 1980s ....................14 European Security in NATO’s Shadow ....20 European Union as Crisis Manager, The ..38 European Union’s Shaping of the International Legal Order, The .............38 Europeanization of Workplace Pensions, The ....................................................38 Eurozone Crisis, The ...............................39 Evaluating Elections ..............................36 Evans, Malcolm .....................................30 Everton, Sean F. .....................................23

F Faflak, Joel ............................................34 Fallon, Jr, Richard H. ..............................50 Faroqhi, Suraiya N..................................45 Farrell, Michelle .....................................17 Farrell, Theo ..........................................15 Fazzari, Steven ......................................27 Ferraro, Agustin E. .................................44 Fettweis, Christopher J. ..........................15 Fewsmith, Joseph ..................................49 Financial Crises and the Politics of Macroeconomic Adjustments ..............27 Finding Pathways ..................................36 Findley, Michael G. ................................21

Fleet, Kate.............................................45 Foley, Frank ...........................................19 Forde, Steven ........................................28 Formal Models of Domestic Politics ........50 Forst, Rainer ..........................................33 Føllesdal, Andreas .................................23 Freedom is Power ..................................33 Freedom Rising .......................................1 Freedom, Repression, and Private Property in Russia ...............................39 From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda .12 From Financial Crisis to Stagnation ........26 Fry, James D. .........................................13 Frydl, Kathleen J. ...................................42 Fukagai, Yasunori ..................................25 Fundamentals of Political Science Research, The .....................................36 Fure-Slocum, Eric...................................41 Furedi, Frank .........................................29

G Gale, Lacey Andrews..............................15 Galligan, Denis J. .....................................8 Ganguly, Sumit ......................................10 Gearty, Conor ........................................28 Gehlbach, Scott .....................................50 Geis, Anna ............................................15 Gelvin, James L......................................45 Genocide and International Relations ....15 Gerges, Fawaz A. ...................................45 Geva, Dorit..............................................3 Ghai, Yash ......................................... 9, 48 Gheciu, Alexandra .................................11 Gibson, Edward L. ...................................7 Gill, Graeme ..........................................39 Gill, Stephen .........................................11 Gillion, Daniel Q. ...................................43 Gingerich, Daniel W. ................................9 Ginsburg, Tom .........................................8 Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede ........................7 Global Markets and Government Regulation in Telecommunications ......18 Global Politics in the 21st Century .........14 Global Problems, Smart Solutions ..........24 Global Shell Games ...............................21 Globalization and Austerity Politics in Latin America .....................................27 Globalization and the Distribution of Wealth ...............................................19 Globalizing Oil ......................................27 Gould IV, William B. ...............................41 Gould, Andrew C. ....................................1 Governing Failure ..................................12 Governing the Climate...........................13 Grace, Eve .............................................32 Grassroots for Hire ................................51 Great Powers and the International System, The ........................................21 Greenwood, Christopher.................. 22, 23 Gregg, Benjamin ...................................30 Gregory, Anthony ..................................41 Griggs, Steven .......................................28 Grimmer, Justin .....................................40 Guardino, Matt......................................17 Gupta, Joyeeta ......................................12

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I Ide, Eisaku.............................................25 Imperial Rule and the Politics of Nationalism ..........................................4 In the Shadow of Violence .....................27 Individual Rights and the Making of the International System ...........................16 Inequality, Grievances, and Civil War ........7 Influence from Abroad ...........................17 Informal Labor, Formal Politics, and Dignified Discontent in India .................7 Institutional Approach to the Responsibility to Protect, An................17 Institutional Choice and Global Commerce..........................................17 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations ............................................19 International Law ..................................19 International Law and the Arctic ............20 International Law Reports................ 22, 23 International Liquidity and the Financial Crisis ..................................................20 International Organizations ...................13 Introduction to Australian Public Policy, An......................................................51 Ippolito, Dennis S...................................43

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Index Isin, Engin F. ..........................................38 Islamabad and the Politics of International Development in Pakistan 47 Israel-Palestine Conflict, The ..................45 Israel’s Security Networks ......................45

J Jackson, Peter .......................................13 Jackson, Robert J. ..................................14 Jacobsen, Karen ....................................15 Jacoby, Wade ..........................................1 James, David .........................................34 Jebril, Nael ..............................................8 Jeffery, Renée ........................................10 Jensen, Richard Bach .............................13 Johnson, Heather L. ...............................10 Johnston, Michael ...................................2 Jönsson, Christer ...................................16 Jörgens, Helge .........................................2 Judges on Trial ......................................37 Jupille, Joseph .......................................17 Just and Unjust Military Intervention ......16 Just War and International Order ...........18 Justice for Earthlings .............................32

K Kacowicz, Arie M. ..................................19 Kagan, Robert A. .....................................9 Kapiszewski, Diana..................................9 Kaplan, Stephen B. ................................27 Kapstein, Ethan B. .................................25 Karp, David Jason ..................................21 Kaup, Brent Z. .......................................44 Keane, John.............................................4 Keech, William R....................................24 Kellstedt, Paul M. ..................................36 Kelly, Christopher ..................................32 Kersbergen, Kees van...............................2 King, Desmond ........................................4 King, Elisabeth ......................................12 Klabbers, Jan ................................... 19, 20 Klancher, Jon .........................................35 Kochenov, Dimitry..................................38 Kollman, Ken .........................................27 König, Jason..........................................34 Kratochwil, Friedrich ..............................21 Kurtz, Marcus J. .......................................5 Kuttner, Robert ......................................27

L Labor Divided in the Postwar European Welfare State .......................................4 Lamont, Michèle......................................5 Language of Contention, The ...................7 Latin American State Building in Comparative Perspective .......................5 Latinos in the Legislative Process ...........42 Lauterpacht, Elihu ........................... 22, 23 Lavelle, Kathryn C. .................................26 Law and the New Developmental State..43 Law of Development Cooperation, The ...20 Law’s Fragile State.................................47 Lawrence, Adria K....................................4 Lawyering for the Rule of Law ...............46 Leavis, F. R.............................................35 Lebow, Richard Ned ..............................11 Ledeneva, Alena V..................................39 Lee, Karen ....................................... 22, 23 Leese, Daniel .........................................48

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Legal Resolution of Nuclear NonProliferation Disputes .........................13 Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes, The ............................23 Lenschow, Andrea ...................................2 Leroux-Martin, Philippe .........................11 Levy, Jack S............................................10 Levy, Jonah .............................................1 Li, Chenyang .........................................29 Libertas and the Practice of Politics in the Late Roman Republic ....................35 Lichbach, Mark I. .....................................3 Lichtenberg, Judith ................................29 Liefferink, Duncan ...................................2 Lin, Justin Yifu .......................................25 Lloyd, S. A. ............................................32 Locke, Richard M. ....................................6 Locke, Science and Politics .....................28 Lodge, Milton ........................................50 Logic and Limits of Political Reform in China, The ..........................................49 Logic of Connective Action, The ...............7 Lomborg, Bjørn .....................................24 Luxon, Nancy ........................................28

M Mackin, Glenn David .............................30 Maddison, Sarah ...................................51 Mainwaring, Scott ...................................1 Making Citizens in Africa .......................47 Making Constitutions ..............................4 Making the Modern American Fiscal State ..................................................43 Malachowski, Alan ................................33 Malešević, Siniša ...................................18 Maloy, J. S. ............................................31 Managing Cyber Attacks in International Law, Business, and Relations ...............10 Mao Cult...............................................48 Mao’s Little Red Book............................48 Market Justice .......................................44 Massoud, Mark Fathi .............................47 Mattli, Walter ........................................17 Mazurana, Dyan ....................................15 McCall, Leslie ........................................42 McConnaughy, Corrine M. .....................40 McLeman, Robert A. ..............................11 Meanings of Rights, The ........................28 Media Commercialization and Authoritarian Rule in China...................8 Meerts, Paul ..........................................11 Meeting Democracy.................................5 Mehrotra, Ajay K. ..................................43 Melamud, Mordechai ............................11 Mershon, Carol .......................................4 Messina, Anthony M. ...............................1 Meunier, Sophie ......................................1 Micheletti, Michele ..................................3 Milberg, William ....................................26 Militant Face of Democracy, The .............15 Miller, Dale ............................................33 Miller, David ..........................................32 Miller, Jr, Fred D. ....................................33 Mills, Daniel Quinn ................................25 Minilateralism .......................................23 Minkler, Lanse .......................................26 Modern Treaty Law and Practice ............15 Modood, Tariq .......................................30 Money and Banks in the American Political System...................................26

Moral Authority, Men of Science, and the Victorian Novel .............................35 Moss, David A. ........................................3 Most Masculine State, A ........................46 Mukhopadhyay, Dipali .............................1 Müller, Harald........................................15 Murtazashvili, Ilia ..................................27 Mylonas, Harris .......................................9 Mynott, Jeremy......................................36

N Nationalism and the Rule of Law .............3 Nationalism and War .............................18 Natural Law Foundations of Modern Social Theory, The ...............................33 Natural Rights Individualism and Progressivism in American Political Philosophy .........................................33 Nature’s Trust ........................................41 Nazareno, Marcelo ..................................6 Neal, Larry ...................................... 23, 24 Negretto, Gabriel L. .................................4 Networks and Institutions in Europe’s Emerging Markets ..............................38 New Constitutionalism and World Order 11 New Essays in Political and Social Philosophy .........................................33 New Middle East, The ............................45 Newey, Glen ..........................................29 Nielson, Daniel L. ..................................21 Noel, Hans ............................................43 Normative Pluralism and International Law....................................................20 North, Douglass C. ................................27 Norval, Aletta J. .....................................28 Nouwen, Sarah M. H. ............................22

O Ó’Riain, Seán ........................................23 On Dissent ............................................30 Onoma, Ato Kwamena...........................47 Opening Up of International Organizations, The ..............................16 Opting Out of the European Union .........37 Origins of Global Humanitarianism, The ...7 Oude Elferink, Alex G. ............................13 Oude Nijhuis, Dennie ...............................4 Outbreak of the First World War, The ......10 Outsourcing Economics .........................26

P Pakistan’s Experience with Formal Law ..47 Palley, Thomas I. ....................................26 Pandya, Sonal S. ....................................27 Partisan Investment in the Global Economy ............................................26 Party Pursuits and The PresidentialHouse Election Connection, 1900–2008 ........................................43 Party System Change in Legislatures Worldwide ...........................................4 Patel, Kiran Klaus ..................................14 Paternalism ...........................................32 Pathologies of Power, The ......................15 Paul, Ellen Frankel .................................33 Paul, Jeffrey...........................................33 Paul, T. V. ...............................................10 Paupp, Terrence E. .................................11 Peasant in Postsocialist China, The .........49

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Q Quigley, John.........................................19

R Radcliff, Benjamin..................................26

Rangelov, Iavor .......................................3 Rasmussen, Dennis C.............................34 Rationalizing Voter, The .........................50 Reason and Emotion in International Ethics .................................................10 Recchia, Stefano....................................16 Reconstructing Iraq’s Budgetary Institutions .........................................12 Redefining Human Rights in the Struggle for Peace and Development ...11 Refugee Repatriation ...............................5 Regimes of Ethnicity and Nationhood in Germany, Russia, and Turkey ...............10 Reidy, David ..........................................32 Religion and State in Syria .....................46 Religion in a Liberal State ......................30 Religion in the Military Worldwide ...........1 Religious and the Political, The...............32 Rengger, Nicholas..................................18 Representational Style in Congress ........40 Research Methods in Conflict Settings ...15 Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy ............................................39 Resnick, Danielle .....................................2 Responsibility for Human Rights ............21 Rethinking the 1950s ............................49 Return of the Public in Global Governance, The .................................11 Reus-Smit, Christian ..............................16 Revolutionary Writings ..........................36 Reyntjens, Filip ......................................46 Rhinard, Mark .......................................38 Ringhand, Lori A....................................42 Rise and Fall of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger, The 23 Risse, Thomas ........................................21 Rivers, Julian .........................................30 Roberts, Jason M. ..................................40 Roberts, Patrick S...................................40 Rodine-Hardy, Kirsten ............................18 Roehrig, Terence ....................................48 Romanticism and the Emotions..............34 Ropp, Stephen C. ...................................21 Rosefielde, Steven .................................25 Rouse, Stella M. ....................................42 Rousseau and German Idealism .............34 Roux, Theunis ..........................................7 Rucht, Dieter ...........................................5 Rudel, Thomas K....................................18 Rynning, Sten ........................................15

S Sanders, David ......................................37 Santos, Alvaro .......................................43 Savage, James D. ...................................12 Saward, Michael....................................38 Saxonberg, Steven ...................................5 Scammell, Margaret ................................8 Schaffer, Johan Karlsson ........................23 Scharf, Michael P....................................16 Scherer, Matthew ..................................31 Schmidt, Vivien A...................................39 Schmitt, Michael N. ...............................19 Schneider, Ben Ross .................................6 Schneider, Friedrich ..................................5 Schoenhals, Michael ..............................49 Schoenman, Roger ................................38 Schörnig, Niklas ....................................15 Schwartzberg, Melissa ...........................33 Secularism and Religion in NineteenthCentury Germany................................34

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T Taber, Charles S. ....................................50 Tallberg, Jonas ......................................16 Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare ...............19 Tarrow, Sidney .........................................7 Tavits, Margit ..........................................5 Terriff, Terry ...........................................15 Thatcher, Mark ......................................39 Themistius, Julian, and Greek Political Theory under Rome ............................34 Thomas Jefferson’s Ethics and the Politics of Human Progress..................35 Thucydides ............................................36 Tileagă, Cristian.....................................38 Tocqueville and the Frontiers of Democracy .........................................31 Toleration in Conflict .............................33 Toleration in Political Conflict.................29 Toppling Qaddafi ...................................12 Trading Spaces ......................................27 Transfiguring the Arts and Sciences ........35 Transformation of American International Power in the 1970s, The .13 Transformation of North Korea, The ........48 Transforming Military Power since the Cold War ............................................15 Transitional Justice in Post-Communist Romania ............................................39

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Transitions and Non-Transitions from Communism .........................................5 Transnational Dynamics of Civil War .......20 Transnational Legal Ordering and State Change ..............................................22 Transparency in International Law ..........14 Trim, D. J. B............................................16 Tripp, Charles ........................................45 Trubek, David M. ...................................43 Tsagourias, Nicholas ..............................14 Tudor, Maya ..........................................47 Tuori, Kaarlo..........................................39 Tuori, Klaus ...........................................39 Turenne, Sophie .....................................37 Turner, Bryan S.......................................32 Two Cultures? .......................................35

U Ulfstein, Geir .........................................23 Understanding Environmental Policy Convergence ........................................2 Undeserving Rich, The ...........................42 UNHCR and the Supervision of International Refugee Law, The ...........17 Urban Poverty and Party Populism in African Democracies .............................2

V Van Vooren, Bart ...................................37 Vander Wielen, Ryan J. ..........................40 Vasquez, John A. ...................................10 Verhoeven, Wil ......................................34 Versteeg, Mila .........................................8 Vickers, Adrian.......................................48 Vis, Barbara.............................................2

W Wagenaar, Hendrik ................................28 Walker, Edward T. ..................................51 Wallis, John Joseph................................27 Walter, Stefanie .....................................27 Wargames.............................................18 Warlords, Strongman Governors, and the State in Afghanistan .......................1 Webb, Steven B. ....................................27

Weber, Michael .....................................32 Weingast, Barry R. .................................27 Weir, Todd H..........................................34 Weisbrode, Kenneth ..............................14 Wejnert, Barbara .....................................2 Welch Larson, Deborah..........................10 Welfare and Party Politics in Latin America .............................................44 Weller, Nicholas.....................................36 Welsh, Jennifer M. .................................16 Welzel, Christian .....................................1 Wenman, Mark .....................................29 Wessel, Ramses A..................................37 When Hollywood Was Right ..................40 White, Nigel D. ......................................14 Whiteley, Paul .......................................37 Whitten, Guy D......................................36 Why Communism Did Not Collapse..........3 Why Governments and Parties Manipulate Elections ............................9 Wilkerson, John D. .................................42 Williamson, Jeffrey G. ...................... 23, 24 Winkler, Deborah ...................................26 Wiseman, Susan ....................................34 Wohlforth, William C. ............................10 Wolff, Edward N. ...................................50 Woman Suffrage Movement in America, The ....................................................40 Wood, Mary Christina ............................41 Woodman, Sophia ...................................9 Woolf, Greg ...........................................34 Writing Metamorphosis in the English Renaissance .......................................34

Y Young, Simon N. M................................48

Z Zanchetta, Barbara ................................13 Zartman, I. William ................................11 Zürn, Michael ........................................14 Zwier, Paul J. .........................................18 Zyberi, Gentian ......................................17

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