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International Studies 2018

THE

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A View from the Field

Richard Nephew

Co lu m bia Un iversi t y P r ess c u p. c o l u m b i a . e d u


Letter from the editors: We are delighted to present the 2017 Columbia University Press political science catalog. This year

has been one of growth and change for Columbia’s political science editorial team. We have added

two new editors: Stephen Wesley, covering American politics and US foreign relations, and Caelyn

Cobb, covering international politics. The titles featured here demonstrate the expanding footprint of

Columbia University Press as we renew our focus on American politics and continue a long tradition of publishing top scholarship in security studies, international relations, comparative and regional politics, and political theory.

As the United States asserts its position in the ever-evolving international community, Columbia continues to publish strong offerings in US foreign relations and foreign policy. Noted economist Jeffrey Sachs gives his take on the United States’ role in the world in A New Foreign Policy: Beyond American Exceptionalism, while political scientist Christopher Fettweiss explores how American exceptionalism affects foreign policy in Psychology of a Superpower: Security and Dominance in U.S. Foreign Policy. Two new books have also debuted in the Nancy Bernkopf Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Books on AmericanEast Asian Relations series. In The Conflicted Superpower: America’s Collaboration with China and India in Global Innovation, Andrew Kennedy explores how the US, arguably the world’s most powerful country, approaches its growing collaboration with two rising powers, China and India; Jeanne Guillemin’s Hidden Atrocities: uncovers the secret history of US meddling in the post-World War II Tokyo Trial. Global geopolitics are more in flux than ever after the 2017 election, and nothing speaks more to the current state of affairs than Chaos in the Liberal Order: The Trump Presidency and International

Politics in the Twenty-First Century, where Robert Jervis, Joshua Rovner, Francis Galvin, and Diane

Labrosse bring together the field’s best to discuss international politics after Donald Trump. Richard Nephew’s The Art of Sanctions: A View from the Field, Terence Roehrig’s Japan, South Korea, and the

United States Nuclear Umbrella: Deterrence After the Cold War, and Richard Hill’s No Place for Russia: European Security Institutions Since 1989 all discuss the scholarly underpinnings of international

politics surrounding Russia, Japan, and North Korea. Columbia also continues its relationship with

the Council on Foreign Relations through Scott Snyder’s South Korea at the Crossroads: Autonomy and Alliance in an Era of Rival Powers.

Highlights in our security studies program include the third edition of Bruce Hoffman’s essential

Inside Terrorism, Stephen Tankel’s study of US counterterror partnerships, With Us and Against Us: How America’s Partners Help and Hinder the War on Terror, and Assaf Moghadam, on how terrorist

groups cooperate for increased strength entitled Nexus of Global Jihad: Understanding Cooperation Among Terrorist Actors. Mark Hamm and Ramón Spaaij investigate individual terrorist actors in The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism, and Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault explores global norms on torture in How the Gloves

Came Off: Lawyers, Policy Makers, and Norms in the Debate on Torture.

We hope you share our enthusiasm for these books and the course they mark for the future of our list. Sincerely, Caelyn Cobb, editor, international politics & security studies Stephen Wesley, editor, American politics & US foreign relations


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New and Forthcoming

A New Foreign Policy

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Beyond American Exceptionalism

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Jeffrey D. Sachs

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Manuscript queries and proposals can be sent to the following editors: Caelyn Cobb (cc4141@columbia.edu) for international relations and comparative politics. Stephen Wesley (sw2729@columbia.edu) for U.S. foreign policy.

Bridget Flannery-McCoy (bmf2119@columbia.edu) for economics. Eric I. Schwartz (es3387@columbia.edu) for sociology.

For a complete listing of Columbia’s titles or for more information about any book in this catalog, visit our website cup.columbia.edu.

Jeffrey D. Sachs provides the blueprint for a new foreign policy that embraces global cooperation, international law, and aspirations for worldwide prosperity—not nationalism and dreams of past glory. Sachs presents timely and achievable plans to foster global economic growth and shift from war making to peacemaking. A New Foreign Policy explores both the danger of the “America first” mindset and the concrete steps the United States must take to build a multipolar world that is prosperous, peaceful, fair, and resilient. $17.95 / £14.95 cloth 978-0-231-18848-7 2018 128 pages

Most titles in this catalogue published by Columbia University Press are available worldwide from the press.

Chaos in the Liberal Order

Titles published by the Chinese University Press, the University of Tokyo Press, Auteur Press, Transcript-Verlag, and the Social Science Research Council are available from Columbia only in North America, Australia, and New Zealand. To order titles from these publishers in other parts of the world, please contact each press directly.

The Trump Presidency and International Politics in the Twenty-First Century Edited by Robert Jervis, Francis J. Gavin, Joshua Rovner, and Diane Labrosse

Collecting a wide range of perspectives from leading political scientists, historians, and international-relations scholars, Chaos in the Liberal Order explores the global trends that led to Trump’s stunning victory and the impact his presidency will have on the international political landscape. Contributors examine the effects of Trump’s presidency on trends in human rights, international alliances, and regional conflicts. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18835-7 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-18834-0 June 2018 416 pages

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Psychology of a Superpower

The Conflicted Superpower

Security and Dominance in U.S. Foreign Policy

America’s Collaboration with China and India in Global Innovation

Christopher J. Fettweis

Andrew B. Kennedy

Christopher J. Fettweis investigates how the idea of being number one affects the decision-making of America’s foreign-policy elite. He examines the role the United States plays in providing global common goods, such as peace and security; the effect of the Cold War’s end on nuclear-weapon strategy and policy; the psychological consequences of unbalanced power; and the grand strategies that have emerged in unipolarity. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18771-8

In today’s world, U.S. technological leadership increasingly involves collaboration with other countries. China and India have emerged as particularly prominent partners, most notably as suppliers of intellectual talent to the United States. In The Conflicted Superpower, Andrew B. Kennedy explores how the world’s most powerful country approaches its growing collaboration with these two rising powers. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18554-7

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2018 280 pages

2018 280 pages

A Nancy Bernkopf Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Book on American–East Asian Relations

The Art of Sanctions THE

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A Nation Like All Others

A View from the Field

A Brief History of American Foreign Relations

Richard Nephew

A View from the Field

Warren I. Cohen Richard Nephew

The Art of Sanctions offers a practical framework for planning and applying sanctions based on two critical factors: pain and resolve. Focusing on lessons learned from sanctions on Iran and Iraq, Richard Nephew provides policy makers with practical guidance on how to measure and respond to pain and resolve to achieve successful sanctions regimes. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18026-9 2017 232 pages

Center on Global Energy Policy Series

In this comprehensive account of American foreign relations from the nation’s birth through the Obama administration, Warren I. Cohen calls attention to the uses—and abuses—of U.S. international leadership. A Nation Like All Others offers a brisk, argumentative history that confronts the concept of American exceptionalism and decries the lack of moral imagination in American foreign policy. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-17566-1 2018 352 pages

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From Selma to Moscow

The Return of Bipolarity in World Politics

How Human Rights Activists Transformed U.S. Foreign Policy

China, the United States, and Geostructural Realism

Sarah B. Snyder

From Selma to Moscow demonstrates the crucial role of transnational connections and social movements in spurring human rights activism in the 1960s and 1970s. Sarah B. Snyder shows how activism transformed U.S. foreign policy, curbing military and economic assistance to repressive governments, creating institutions to monitor human rights around the world, and enshrining human rights in policy making. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-16947-9 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-16946-2 2018 320 pages 13 illus.

Øystein Tunsjø

Øystein Tunsjø surveys the new era of superpowers to argue that the combined effects of the narrowing power gap between China and the United States and the widening power gap between China and any third-ranking power portend a new bipolar system that will differ in crucial ways from that of the last century. Tunsjø predicts that the two superpowers will not be as prone to arms races, that the risk of limited war is likely higher, and that rivalry and conflict between the two will occur in East Asia instead of globally. $65.00 / £54.95 cloth 978-0-231-17654-5 2018 288 pages

Silencing the Bomb

NGOs as Newsmakers

Lynn R. Sykes

Matthew Powers

One Scientist’s Quest to Halt Nuclear Testing

Since the dawn of the Cold War, a group of scientists have advocated a halt to nuclear testing. Their work culminated in the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, which still awaits ratification from China, Iran, North Korea, and the United States. The backbone of the treaty is every nation’s ability to independently monitor the nuclear activity of the others. Noted seismologist Lynn R. Sykes has dedicated his career to halting nuclear testing. In Silencing the Bomb, he tells the inside story behind scientists’ quest for disarmament. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18248-5 2017 304 pages

The Changing Landscape of International News

Matthew Powers analyzes the growing role NGOs play in shaping—and sometimes directly producing— international news. Powers charts the dramatic growth in NGO news-making efforts, examines whether these efforts increase organizations’ chances of garnering news coverage, and the effects of digital technologies on publicity strategies. He evaluates NGOs as newsmakers amid the transformations of international news, with important implications for the intersections of journalism and advocacy. $30.00 / £24.50 paper 978-0-231-18493-9 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-18492-2 May 2018 240 pages

Reuters Institute Global Journalism Series

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No Place for Russia

By More Than Providence

European Security Institutions Since 1989 William H. Hill

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Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific Since 1783 Michael J. Green

G r a n d St r at eGy a n d a m e r ic a n p o w e r i n t h e a S i a pac i f i c S i n c e 1 7 8 3

Michael J. Green

William H. Hill traces the development of the post–Cold War European security order, showing how attempts to integrate Russia into a unified Euro-Atlantic security order were gradually overshadowed by the domination of NATO and the EU—at Russia’s expense. In light of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and war in eastern Ukraine, Hill argues that the post–Cold War security order in Europe has been irrevocably shattered, to be replaced by a new and as-yet-undefined order. $40.00 / £32.95 cloth 978-0-231-70458-8 August 2018 528 pages

Woodrow Wilson Center Press Series

In a history that spans the eighteenth century to the present, Michael J. Green follows the development of U.S. strategic thinking toward East Asia. Green finds one overarching concern: that a rival power might use the Pacific to isolate and threaten the United States and prevent the ocean from becoming a conduit for the westward flow of trade and values. Green explores these problems from the perspective of history’s major strategists and statesmen, from Thomas Jefferson to Alfred Thayer Mahan and Henry Kissinger. $45.00 / £37.95 cloth 978-0-231-18042-9 2017 760 pages 27 illus.

A Nancy Bernkopf Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Book on American–East Asian Relations

Japan, South Korea, and the United States Nuclear Umbrella

South Korea at the Crossroads

Autonomy and Alliance in an Era of Rival Powers

Deterrence After the Cold War

Scott A. Snyder

Terence Roehrig

Terence Roehrig provides a comprehensive look at the nuclear umbrella in northeast Asia in the broader context of deterrence theory and U.S. strategy. He examines the role of the nuclear umbrella in Japanese and South Korean defense planning and security calculations, including the likelihood that either will develop its own nuclear weapons. Roehrig argues that the nuclear umbrella is most important as a political signal demonstrating commitment to the defense of allies and as a tool to prevent further nuclear proliferation in the region. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-15799-5

In South Korea at the Crossroads, Scott A. Snyder examines the trajectory of fifty years of South Korean foreign policy and offers predictions—and a prescription—for the future. Pairing a historical perspective with a shrewd understanding of today’s political landscape, Snyder contends that South Korea’s best strategy remains investing in a robust alliance with the United States. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18548-6 2018 352 pages

A Council on Foreign Relations Book

$90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-15798-8 2017 272 pages

Contemporary Asia in the World

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Japan’s Security Renaissance

Contesting Cyberspace in China

New Policies and Politics for the Twenty-First Century

Online Expression and Authoritarian Resilience Rongbin Han

Andrew L. Oros

Rongbin Han offers a powerful explanation for the survival of the world’s largest authoritarian regime in the digital age. Han reveals the complex internal dynamics of online expression in China, showing how the state, service providers, and netizens negotiate the limits of discourse. He finds that state censorship has conditioned online expression but has failed to bring it under control. Han also finds that freer expression may work to the regime’s advantage in a number of ways, including the presence of state-sponsered, spontaneous, pro-government commenters on the Internet.

For decades after World War II, Japan chose to focus on soft power and economic diplomacy, eschewing a potential leadership role in regional and global security. Since the end of the Cold War, and especially since the rise of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan’s military capabilities have resurged. In this analysis of Japan’s changing military policy, Andrew L. Oros shows how a gradual awakening to new security challenges has culminated in the multifaceted “security renaissance” of the past decade.

$30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18475-5

$90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-17260-8

$30.00 / £24.950 paper 978-0-231-17261-5

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2017 320 pages

2018 336 pages

Contemporary Asia in the World

Russia and China

A Political Marriage of Convenience—Stable and Successful Michal Lubina

jeanne guillemin

hidden atrocities

Hidden Atrocities

Japanese Germ Warfare and American Obstruction of Justice at the Tokyo Trial Jeanne Guillemin

Japanese Germ Warfare and American Obstruction of Justice at the Tokyo Trial

This book depicts the relationship between Russia and China as a political marriage of convenience. Michal Lubina argues that the relationship is stable, and will likely remain so. After all, bilateral relations are usually based on pragmatic interests and the pursuit of these interests is the essence of foreign policy. As often happens in life, the most long-lasting marriages are those based on convenience. $63.00 cloth 978-384-742-045-3 2018 250 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

Hidden Atrocities reveals the American obstruction that denied justice to Japan’s World War II victims at the postwar Tokyo Trial. Jeanne Guillemin explains how U.S. national security goals led to the failure to prosecute imperial Japanese leaders for the war crimes of Unit 731, Japan’s secret germ-warfare program. Guillemin’s vivid account shows how power politics can jeopardize international justice, with persistent consequences. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18352-9 2017 488 pages

A Nancy Bernkopf Tucker and Warren I. Cohen Book on American–East Asian Relations

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The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism

With Us and Against Us

Mark S. Hamm and Ramón Spaaij

How America’s Partners Help and Hinder the War on Terror

Foreword by Simon Cottee

Stephen Tankel

Stephen Tankel analyzes the factors that shape counterterrorism cooperation. He considers the changing nature of counterterrorism, exploring how counterterrorism efforts after 9/11 critically differ both from those that existed beforehand and from traditional alliances. Focusing on U.S. partnerships with Algeria, Egypt, Mali, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen against al-Qaeda, ISIS, and other terrorist organizations, Tankel offers nuanced propositions about what the United States can expect from its counterterrorism partners.

Mark S. Hamm and Ramón Spaaij distinguish between lone wolves and individuals radicalized within a group dynamic providing insight into the transformation of alienated individuals into armed warriors. Hamm and Spaaij conclude with an analysis of recent FBI sting operations designed to prevent lone-wolf terrorism in the United States, describing who gets targeted, strategies for luring suspects, and the ethics of arresting and prosecuting citizens.

$30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-16811-3

$35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-18174-7

$90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-16810-6

2017 336 pages

2018 424 pages

Studies in Transgression

Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare

Inside Terrorism

Nexus of Global Jihad

Third Edition

Understanding Cooperation Among Terrorist Actors

Bruce Hoffman

Assaf Moghadam

Bruce Hoffman’s Inside Terrorism has remained the seminal work for understanding the historical evolution of terrorism and the terrorist mind-set. In this revised third edition of his classic text, Hoffman focuses on the rise of ISIS and the resilience of al-Qaeda; terrorist exploitation of the Internet and embrace of social media; radicalization of foreign fighters; and potential future trends. $26.95 / £21.95 paper 978-0-231-17477-0 $85.00 / £70.95 cloth 978-0-231-17476-3 2017 528 pages

Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare

Nexus of Global Jihad examines an emerging style of “networked cooperation” that works alongside interorganizational terrorist cooperation. Case studies use recently declassified materials to illuminate al-Qaeda’s dealings from Iran to the Arabian Peninsula and the informal actors that power the Sharia movement. The book proposes policies that increase intelligence gathering on informal terrorist actors, constrain enabling environments, and disrupt terrorist networks according to different types of cooperation. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-16537-2 2017 400 pages

Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare

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How the Gloves Came Off

Preventive Engagement

Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault

Paul B. Stares

How America Can Avoid War, Stay Strong, and Keep the Peace

Lawyers, Policy Makers, and Norms in the Debate on Torture

How the Gloves Came Off traces the unmaking of the consensus against torture. It implicates U.S. military commanders, high-level government administrators, lawyers, and policy makers from both parties, exposing the ease with which powerful actors manipulated ambiguities to strip detainees of their humanity. By targeting the language and logic that made torture thinkable, Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault shows how future decision-makers can craft an effective counternarrative and set a new course for U.S. policy toward POWs and detainees.

Paul B. Stares proposes a long-term strategy for how the United States can manage the risks of a more turbulent world in a way that lessens the demand for—and potential drain on—U.S. power. Using examples from Syria, Ukraine, and the South China Sea, Preventive Engagement shows its strategy in practice and illuminates the role that international actors, including NGOs, the United Nations, regional organizations, and private businesses, can play to further U.S. preventive goals.

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2017 288 pages

2017 280 pages

A Council on Foreign Relations Book

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columbia studies in terrorism and irregular Warfare

Sex Trafficking

Modern Slavery

Inside the Business of Modern Slavery

A Global Perspective Siddharth Kara

Siddharth Kara

With a new preface by the author

This new paperback edition of Sex Trafficking includes a new preface by Siddharth Kara in which he discusses his findings and updates the statistics that inform his business and economic analysis of contemporary slavery. After fifteen years, Kara has recorded nearly nine hundred cases of sex trafficking in forty-one countries and has helped advise on numerous legal, tactical, and policy efforts for abolishing modern-day slavery across the globe. $18.95 / £14.95 paper 978-0-231-18033-7 2017 320 pages

SIDDHARTH KARA

MODERN SLAVERY A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

From labor trafficking in the U.S. agricultural sector to sex trafficking in Nigeria and from debt bondage in the Southeast Asian construction sector to forced labor in the Thai seafood industry, Siddharth Kara depicts the myriad faces and forms of slavery, providing a comprehensive grounding in the realities of modern-day servitude. Drawing on sixteen years of field research in more than fifty countries around the globe, Kara sets out the key manifestations of modern slavery and, shows how it is embedded in global supply chains. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-15846-6 2017 360 pages

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The European Union’s Democracy Promotion in Central Asia

Security Beyond the State

The EU in an Age of Transformation

A Study of Political Interests, Influence, and Development in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in 2007–2013

Edited by Claudia Morsut and Daniela Irrera

Aijan Sharshenova Foreword by Gordon Crawford This volume examines the role of the European Union in dealing with crises that go beyond the borders of the nation-state, including terrorism, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, regional conflicts, state failure, organized crime, and natural and man-made disasters. Contributors show how member states, national and international NGOs, and international organizations like NATO and the UN play crucial roles in confronting international crises.

The European Union made the areas of democracy, human rights, rule of law, and good governance top cooperation priorities of the EU Strategy framework toward central Asia for 2007–2013. This book examines to what extent EU democracy promotion in central Asia has been successful and how was this accomplished. $45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1151-0 2018 300 pages

ibidem Press

$49.00 cloth 978-3-8474-2098-9 2017 200 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

The Political Economy of Brexit

Europe's Brexit

EU Perspectives on Britain's Vote to Leave

Edited by David Bailey and Leslie Budd

This collection of essays explores the ramifications of the Brexit decision for the United Kingdom and European economies. These essays provide an important first step in assessing the threats and challenges that a Brexit poses for the United Kingdom and wider EU economy and will be welcome reading for anyone in search of rigor and clarity amid the hyperbole. $25.00 / £20.00 paper 978-1-911116-64-6 $85.00 / £70.95 cloth 978-1-911116-63-9 2017 192 pages

Agenda Publishing

Tim Oliver

This book offers an in-depth, ground-up analysis of the attitudes and opinions of the rest of Europe toward Brexit. Covering the period from David Cameron’s attempt to negotiate EU reform prior to the referendum and closing with the triggering of Article 50, Tim Oliver charts the individual member states’ response to, coverage of, and political fallout from the United Kingdom’s referendum process and result. Oliver provides a backdrop for the future relations of those states with the United Kingdom and their likely positions during the Brexit negotiations. $90.00 paper 978-1-78821-052-2 2018 400 pages

Agenda Publishing

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Transregional Versus National Perspectives on Contemporary Central European History

Beyond the Panama Papers

The ANTICORRP Project: Anticorruption Report 4

Studies on the Building of NationStates and Their Cooperation in the 20th and 21st Century

Edited by Alina MungiuPippidi

The final title in the Anticorruption Report series covers the most important findings of the fiveyear-long EU-sponsored ANTICORRP project on corruption and organized crime. How prone to corruption are EU funds? Who wins and who loses the anticorruption fight? Can we have more accurate tools than people's perceptions to assess corruption? This issue introduces a new index of public integrity and a variety of other evaluative tools. $26.00 paper 978-3-8474-0582-5

Edited by Michal Vít and Magdalena M. Baran This volume compares different regional perspectives on the national and democracy-building aims of individual states. It examines national states, regional perspectives on the past, and the current political and social landscape. Why are we observing calls for national identity right now? What are the roots of this development? How can a Central European identity be shaped when national perspectives are prevalent? $50.00 paper 978-3-8382-1115-2 2017 380 pages

Ibidem Press

2017 128 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

European Mobility in Times of Crisis

Europe and the Global Shift of Powers

The New Context of European South-North Migration

How Can the EU Survive in a Disordered World?

Edited by Birgit Glorius and Josefina DomínguezMujica

Edited by Jānis Bērziņš and Sven Bernhard Gareis

The global economic and financial crisis has had a severe impact on southern European economies, forcing growing numbers of mainly young migrants to move north and nurturing the fear of brain drain back home. This volume compiles recent research on European South-North migration, addressing migration processes and practices, the management of migration by institutions, and relevant public debates. $55.00 paper 978-3-8376-3478-5

Currently, the European Union is at a crossroads in its existence as a political union. The war in and around Syria, the main cause of the refugee question, demands a coherent European position and action. Financial crises in the Eurozone have not yet been fully settled. Russia's actions in Ukraine together with its anti-Western foreign policy call into question the European security order. This book analyzes the risks the European Union faces in pursuit of political and institutional responses to these crises.

2017 400 pages

$60.00 cloth 978-3-8474-0552-8

Transcript-Verlag

2018 220 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

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External Democracy Promotion and Diversity Among International Agencies

The Politics of Nuclear Energy in the European Union Framing the Discourse

Evaluating Variances in the Impact of the UNDP and the EC in Rwanda

Pamela M. Barnes

Simone Beetz

Simone Beetz considers the mixed results of international agencies in democracy promotion despite these agencies’ attempts to shape a common policy as emphasized in various international agreements. Against the background of backlashes and the search for new answers, Beetz analyzes how the United Nations Development Programme and the European Commission promoted democracy in Rwanda from 2003 until 2013. Beetz also explains how various strategies employed to promote democracy differ.

Pamela M. Barnes questions the role that nuclear electricity plays in meeting the challenges of providing secure, competitive, and sustainable energy to support the development of the lowcarbon economy in the European Union. Her analysis focuses on the evolution of the discourse on nuclear energy among policy makers and the public at European and national levels. $66.00

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2017 200 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

$55.00 paper 978-3-8638-8757-5 2017 360 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

Europeanised Defiance

Europeanisation and Renationalisation

Czech Euroscepticism since 2004

Learning from Crises for Innovation and Development

Edited by Vlastimil Havlík, Vit Hloušek, and Petr Kaniok

Why is there so much reservation and skepticism among the Czech public as well as Czech politicians toward the European Union? Has the experience of the Czech Republic as a member of the European Union changed Czech Euroskepticism since 2004? This book provides a detailed analysis of the dynamics of Euroskepticism in the Czech Republic using the concept of Europeanization. $48.00 paper 978-3-8474-2092-7 2017 300 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

Edited by Ulrike Liebert and Anne Jenichen

This book explores how the European Union and its members have been renegotiating Europeanization and renationalization in response to the multiple crises they have faced in recent years. They show how in some cases these crises have challenged the legitimacy of European Union norms and institutions and even triggered disintegration while in other cases they have been a source of inspiration for European social innovation and political development. $45.00 paper 978-3-8474-2097-2 2017 250 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

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Organizational Structures of Political Parties in Central and Eastern European Countries

Joining a Prestigious Club

Cooperation with Europarties and Its Impact on Party Development in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine 2004–2015

Edited by Katarzyna Sobolewska-Myślik, Beata Kosowska-Gąstoł, and Piotr Borowiec

Maria Shagina

Foreword by Kataryna Wolczuk

Maria Shagina sheds light on how prestige and domestic factors impede the penetration of EU norms and values in the non-EU party structures, and points to the failures of Europarties to adequately address problems of party development in Eastern Europe. Shagina reveals the ways in which cooperation with Europarties has paradoxically contributed to the ossification of the status quo and impaired the development as well as the consolidation of democracy in three Eastern Partnership states.

Contributors paint the widest possible picture of the organizational structures of the most important political parties in central and eastern Europe, comparing them and their western European counterparts. They focus specifically on formal aspects as reflected in the parties’ statutory rules. $55.00 / £45.95 paper 978-83-233-4174-1 2017 492 pages

Jagiellonian University Press

$45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1104-6 2017 294 pages

Ibidem Press

Regional Participation Within European Multi-Level Governance

Poland and Slovakia: Bilateral Relations in a Multilateral Context, 2004–2016 Essays on Politics and Economics

Romana Sălăgeanu

Edited by Joanna Dyduch, Igor Kosir, Sebastian Jakubowski, and Jaroslav Usiak

This book investigates the complex relations between the Republic of Poland and the Slovak Republic in light of the European Union's political and economic system. Contributors explore the political, economic, and social dimensions in the relationship between Warsaw and Bratislava. $45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1046-9 2017 280 pages

Ibidem Press

Why and how does the region of SaxonyAnhalt participate in the European Multi-Level Governance (ELMG) system? Romana Sălăgeanu defines the characteristics of the EMLG and regional participation within it, describing the EMLG and identifying the topics and categories of meaning for regional participation. She explores the factors responsible for regional participation as well as their patterns. $42.00  paper  978-3-8638-8741-4 2018 250 pages Barbara Budrich Publishers

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The Future of the Eurozone

Between Prometheism and Realpolitik

How to Keep Europe Together: A Progressive Perspective from Germany

Poland and Soviet Ukraine, 1921–1926 Jan Jacek Bruski

Edited by Alexander Schellinger and Philipp Steinberg

In this volume, renowned German researchers and leading practitioners provide pragmatic recommendations to remedy the financial and debt crises that are endangering the European currency union. They propose ideas for a democratically legitimized euro finance minister, a new economic approach, a common Eurozone budget, and minimum social standards to create a fair, stable, and prosperous Europe.

Jan Jacek Bruski examines Polish-Ukrainian (and Polish-Soviet) relations in the first years following the Treaty of Riga. He focuses on issues surrounding the development of the eastern policy pursued by the Second Polish Republic, including the Polish and Soviet efforts to win over the sympathies of Ukrainians living on either side of the frontier River Zbrucz. $55.00 / £46.00 paper 978-83-233-4188-8

$35.00 / £27.95 paper 978-3-8376-4081-6

2017 464 pages

2018 208 pages

jagiellonian university press

Transcript-Verlag

Frustrated Democracy in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan

Handbook of Direct Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989

Audrey L. Altstadt

Edited by Maria Marczewska-Rytko

This collection of case studies shows the significance of direct democracy in the formal-legal and practical dimension of central and eastern European countries and points at the use of direct democratic instruments as expressions of political awareness in these societies. The case studies emphasize the significant connection of the accession process to the European Union and the development of direct democracy in these countries. $84.00 cloth 978-3-8474-2122-1

Frustrated Democracy in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan follows a newly independent oil-rich former Soviet republic as it adopts a Western model of democratic government and then turns toward corrupt authoritarianism. After western oil companies arrived and money flowed in, the regime resorted to repression to maintain its power. Despite Azerbaijan’s long tradition of secularism, political Islam emerged as an attractive alternative for those frustrated with the stifled democratic opposition and the lack of critique of the West’s political interference.

June 2018 330 pages

$60.00 / £44.00 cloth 978-0-231-70456-4

Barbara Budrich Publishers

2017 304 pages

Woodrow Wilson Center Press Series

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Borders and Margins

The Politics of Secularism

Federalism

Religion, Diversity, and Institutional Change in France and Turkey

Edited by Guy Lachapelle and Pablo Oñate

Murat Akan

The fairly recent theory and concept of multilevel governance merged with the deepening integration of the European Union in the early 1990s and the development of free trade agreements around the world. Expanding on traditional approaches, such as neoinstitutionalism and multinational federalism, multilevel governance can offer a better understanding of the role of the state, regions, and provinces. Guy Lachapelle and Pablo Oñate analyze the changes that have taken place and look to the future. $66.00 cloth 978-3-8474-2025-5

France and Turkey are critical sites of secularism: France exemplifies European political modernity, and Turkey has long been the model of secularism in a Muslim-majority country. Murat Akan analyzes prominent debates in both countries on topics such as the visibility of the headscarf and other religious symbols, religion courses in the public school curriculum, and state salaries for clerics and imams. $65.00 / £54.95 cloth 978-0-231-18180-8 2017 376 pages

Religion, Culture, and Public Life

2018 230 pages

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Migration and Social Pathways of Highly Educated People Moving East-WestEast in Europe

The Migration and Refugee Policies in Germany New European Limits

of Control?

Anna Guhlich

Andreas Ette

$63.00 cloth 978-3-8474-2083-5

The landscape of European migration has changed considerably over the past decades, in particular after the fall of the Iron Curtain and again after the European Union expanded to the east. Anna Guhlich researches the phenomenon of highly qualified migration using the example of migration between the Czech Republic and Germany. The book reveals diverse strategies migrants use to respond to the possible devaluation of their qualification, such as making use of their language skills, starting new studies, or using transnational knowledge.

2018 340 pages

$66.00 paper 978-3-8474-2118-4

Today, international migration is one of the most controversial political topics and one that demands innovative approaches to global and regional governance. Andreas Ette provides a fresh theoretical framework to understand European responses to international migration and explains the dynamics of Germany’s migration and refugee policy, offering students and practitioners the necessary background to participate in today’s debates.

Barbara Budrich Publishers

2018 420 pages

Barbara Budrich Publishers

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Democratic Transition in the Muslim World

Jordan and the Arab Uprisings

A Global Perspective

Regime Survival and Politics Beyond the State

Edited by Alfred Stepan

Alongside case studies of Indonesia, Senegal, and India, contributors analyze similarities and differences among democratizing countries with large Muslim populations, considering universal challenges as well as each nation’s particular obstacles. Essays discuss the dynamics of secularist fears of Islamist electoral success, the role of secular constituencies in authoritarian regimes’ resilience, and the prospects for moderation among both secularist and Islamist political actors. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18431-1 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth

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2018 272 pages

Curtis R. Ryan

Curtis R. Ryan analyzes key features of Jordanian politics, including Islamist and leftist opposition parties, youth movements, and other forms of activism, as well as struggles over elections, reform, and identity. He details regime survival strategies, laying out how the monarchy has held out the possibility of reform while also seeking to coopt and contain its opponents. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18627-8 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-18626-1 May 2018 320 pages

Columbia Studies in Middle East Politics

Religion, Culture, and Public Life

Local Politics in Jordan and Morocco

Holy Wars and Holy Alliance

Strategies of Centralization and Decentralization

The Return of Religion to the Global Political Stage

Janine A. Clark

Manlio Graziano

Janine A. Clark examines why Morocco decentralized while Jordan did not and evaluates the impact of their divergent paths, explaining how authoritarian regimes can use decentralization reforms to consolidate power. Clark analyzes the opportunities that decentralization presents to local actors to pursue their interests and lays out how municipal-level figures find ways to use reforms to their advantage.

Manlio Graziano looks at how the Catholic Church promotes dialogue and action linking world religions, and examines how it has used its material, financial, and institutional strength to gain power and increase its profile in present-day international politics. $35.00 / £27.95 cloth 978-0-231-17462-6 2017 368 pages

Religion, Culture, and Public Life

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Kind Words, Cruise Missiles, and Everything in Between

Conflict Resolution Beyond the International Relations Paradigm

The Use of Power Resources in U.S. Policies Towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989–2008 Barbara Kunz

Evolving Designs as a Transformative Practice in Nagorno-Karabakh and Syria

Philip Gamaghelyan

Foreword by William Hill

Foreword by Susan Allen

Philip Gamaghelyan exposes patterns of exclusion and marginalization as well as conflict-promoting tendencies in current conflict-resolution practice in the Nagorno-Karabakh and Syrian crises. He explores confllict resolution strategies that take a more flexible approach to diffusing the identity politics at the core of many international conflicts. $40.00 paper 978-3-8382-11176

This study shows how Washington managed its connections with European states through a set of mainly bilateral relations. Madeleine Albright once described the tools of foreign policy as including "everything from kind words to cruise missiles." This book is a comparative case study demonstating how the United States used this strategic approach toward Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus after the end of the Cold War.

2017 260 pages

$45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1085-8

Ibidem Press

2017 280 pages

Ibidem Press

The Limits of Westernization

Trouble on the Far Right National Strategies and Local Practices Challenging Europe

Edited by Maik Fielitz and Laura Lotte Laloire Europe is in trouble as right-wing motivated attacks have become a regular occurrence. Their targets span from religious minorities, such as Muslims and Jews, and ethnic minorities, such as Roma, to participants in LGBTQ parades, civil-society protagonists, and sometimes even representatives of the political order. International experts—among them Tamir Bar-On, Liz Fekete, Matthew Kott, and Graham Macklin scrutinize new forms of coalition building, mainstreaming, and transnationalization tendencies as aspects of diversified far-right politics in Europe.

the LIMITS of WESTERNIZATIoN A Cultural History of America in Turkey

A Cultural History of America in Turkey Perin E. Gürel

. PERiN E. GüREL

The Limits of Westernization analyzes the complex local uses of “the West” to explain how the United States could become both the best and the worst in the Turkish political imagination. Perin E. Gürel traces how ideas about westernization and America have influenced national history writing and policy making, as well as everyday affects and identities. Gürel also illuminates the transnational development of powerful political tropes, from “the Terrible Turk” to “the Islamic Terrorist.” $60.00 / £49.95 cloth

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2017 288 pages

2017 208 pages

Columbia Studies in International and Global

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The Political Economy of Poverty and Social Transformations of the Global South

The Democratic Developmental State

North-South Perspectives

Edited by Chris Tapscott, Tor Halvorsen, and Teresita Cruz-Del Rosario

Edited by Mariano Féliz and Aaron Louis Rosenberg

This book contributes to the debates on the production and eradication of poverty in the global South. Providing new insights into the limitations of traditional strategies to confront poverty, it highlights how social organizations are working to transform people's livelihoods through bottom-up struggle and participatory approaches rather than passively waiting for top-down solutions.

Analyzing the different approaches to the implementation of democratic developmental states in various countries, contributors evaluate whether these countries are merely replicating the central tenets of the East Asian model of the developmental state or whether they are successfully establishing a new and more inclusive conceptualization of the state.

$45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1044-5

$45.00 paper 978-3-8382-1045-2

2017 302 pages

2018 302 pages

Ibidem Press

Ibidem Press

Currency Conflict and Trade Policy

The New Politics of Trade

A New Strategy for the United States

Lessons from TTIP Alasdair R. Young

Alasdair Young analyzes the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership(TTIP) negotiations and explores why they have proved so difficult to conclude. He sheds light on the limits of transatlantic cooperation and teases out the implications for the United Kingdom in post-Brexit trade negotiations as well as the implications of a more protectionist stance from the United States. $23.00 / £19.00 paper 978-1-911116-75-2 $85.00 / £70.95 cloth 978-1-911116-74-5 2017 192 pages

C. Fred Bergsten and Joseph E. Gagnon

C. Fred Bergsten and Joseph E. Gagnon trace the history, causes, and effects of currency manipulation and analyze a range of policy responses that the United States could adopt. The book is an indispensable guide to a complex and serious problem and what might be done to solve it. $25.95 / £20.95 paper 978-0-88132-726-7 2017 230 pages

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Analysing Corruption

The Economics of Arms

An Introduction Dan Hough

The corruption scandals that have engulfed many

Western states and the efforts of the international political community to find ways to counteract them have compelled scholars to confront corruption as a subject for serious academic research. Corruption analysis has become a rigorous discipline with a broad consensus on what corruption is and a range of indicative case study analyses. Dan Hough provides an authoritative and engaging introduction to a subject that remains the largest public policy challenge that the state faces in many parts of the world.

Keith Hartley

It is estimated that today some 2.7 percent of world GDP ($1.5 trillion) is spent on arms. In 2014 Lockheed Martin, the U.S. defense contractor, had revenues of $45 billion—the equivalent of the GDP of Tunisia. This book explores the business behind these breathtaking figures and explains how the arms industry makes its money. $23.00 paper 978-1-911116-24-0 $75.00 cloth 978-1-911116-23-3 2017 176 pages

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The Money Laundering Market

A United Nations Renaissance

Edited by Killian McCarthy

John Trent and Laura Schnurr

What the UN Is and What It Could Be

Regulating the Criminal Economy

An estimated $3.5 trillion passes through the market for money laundering annually. This represents 80 percent of the world’s illegal income. By “cleaning” the ill-gotten gains of the criminal economy, money launderers keep crime profitable and illegal activities, including those of terrorist organizations, funded. This volume takes an integrated look at money laundering by considering the laws, the launderers, and the new economics of money laundering in the digital age.

This primer helps readers understand the United Nations’ historical, technological, political, and economic context in order to analyze its strengths and weaknesses in light of current proposals to create more workable global institutions. $26.00 paper

978-3-8474-0711-9

2018 140 pages

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$90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-1-911116-43-1 July 2018 288 pages

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Sociophobia

Critical Theory in Critical Times

Political Change in the Digital Utopia

Transforming the Global Political and Economic Order

César Rendueles

Foreword by Roberto Simanowski

Edited by Penelope Deutscher and Cristina Lafont

Translated by Heather Cleary

Sociophobia looks at the root causes of neoliberal utopia’s modern collapse. César Rendueles claims that the World Wide Web has produced a diminished rather than augmented social reality, lowering our expectations with respect to political interventions and personal relations. He offers a reassessment of our antagonistic political traditions to show that postcapitalism is not 0nly a feasible system to strive for but also essential for moving past consumerism and political malaise. $25.00 / £19.95 paper 978-0-231-17527-2 $75.00 / £62.95 cloth 978-0-231-17526-5 2017 200 pages

In Critical Theory in Critical Times, eleven critical theorists offer new perspectives on the state of the global political and economic order. Jürgen Habermas, Seyla Benhabib, Cristina Lafont, Rainer Forst, Wendy Brown, Christoph Menke, Nancy Fraser, Rahel Jaeggi, Amy Allen, Penelope Deutscher, and Charles Mills address issues including international human rights and democratic sovereignty, global neoliberalism, novel approaches to the critique of capitalism, critical theory’s Eurocentric heritage, and new directions offered by critical race theory and postcolonial studies. $30.00 / £24.95 paper 978-0-231-18151-8 $90.00 / £74.95 cloth 978-0-231-18150-1

Insurrections: Critical Studies in Religion, Politics,

2017 320 pages

and Culture

New Directions in Critical Theory

The Welfare State Revisited

Politics Recovered

Realist Thought in Theory and Practice

Edited by José Antonio Ocampo and Joseph E. Stiglitz

The welfare state has been under attack for decades, but now more than ever we need strong social programs to combat inequality, support social justice, and even improve economic performance. This book brings together distinguished contributors to examine global variations of social programs and make the case for a redesigned welfare state. $70.00 / £58.95 cloth 978-0-231-18544-8 2018 384 pages 65 illus.

Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia: Challenges in Development and Globalization

Edited by Matt Sleat

Intervening in philosophical debates such as the relationship between politics and morality and the role that facts and emotions should play in the theorization of political values, this volume addresses how a realist approach aids our understanding of pressing issues such as global justice, inequality, poverty, political corruption, the value of democracy, governmental secrecy, and demands for transparency. Contributors open up fruitful dialogues with a variety of other realist approaches, such as feminist theory, democratic theory, and international relations. $80.00 / £66.95 cloth 978-0-231-17528-9 2018 408 pages

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Game Theory and Climate Change

Red China's Green Revolution

Technological Innovation, Institutional Change, and Economic Development Under the Commune

Parkash Chander

Joshua Eisenman Parkash Chander shows that a game-theoretic approach, which offers insight into the nature of interactions between sovereign countries behaving strategically and the kinds of outcomes such interactions produce, can illuminate how best to achieve international agreements in support of climate-change mitigation strategies. He discusses the policy recommendations his framework generates, including a global agreement to support development of cleaner technologies on a global scale.

China’s dismantling of the Mao-era commune system under Deng Xiaoping has been seen as a successful turn away from a misguided social experiment. Joshua Eisenman marshals previously inaccessible data to overturn this narrative, showing that the commune modernized agriculture, increased productivity, and laid the foundation for future rapid growth. $39.00 / £27.95 paper 978-0-231-18667-4 2018 472 pages 60 illus.

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