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Contents Introductory Books

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Globalization, the State and Political Sociology

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Global Governance

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International Political Economy

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International Political Economy Series

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International Relations

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Palgrave Studies in International Relations Series

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International Relations/International Relations Theory

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International Relations/Diplomacy

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Security Studies

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New Security Challenges Series

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Terrorism

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Welcome to the new Palgrave Macmillan Globalization & International Relations 2012 Catalogue. We are delighted to be publishing a huge range of new Globalization and International Relations titles this year across both our scholarly and textbook lists. Scholarly highlights include The Concept of the Political, available for the first time in English, translated from the original work of International Relations founding father Hans J. Morgenthau. The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy is also out in its 3rd edition, fully updated along with the Global Civil Society 2012 which looks at a decade of critical reflection in its 10th anniversary edition. Please also look out for new titles in our exciting series New Security Challenges and Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies. This year’s textbook programme demonstrates the breadth of our cutting-edge Globalization and IR publishing for students. 2012 will see the 35th anniversary of Hedley Bull’s classic work The Anarchical Society and we are delighted to mark this with a new edition featuring a new foreword from Andrew Hurrell. In addition we are pleased to announce major new texts, such as Aidan Hehir’s Responsibility to Protect, and new editions of established and esteemed texts: Ways of Knowing, 2nd edition by Jonathan Moses and Torbjørn Knutsen; International Organization, 2nd edition by Volker Rittberger, Bernhard Zangl and Andreas Kruck and Contemporary Security and Strategy, 3rd edition by Craig A. Snyder. For full details of our growing politics publishing, or to submit a proposal, please visit www.palgrave.com/politics or contact us directly: Steven Kennedy and Stephen Wenham, College Publishing (s.kennedy@palgrave.com | s.wenham@palgrave.com)

Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies Series

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General Reference

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Introductory Books Introductory Books

Global Politics

Doing Political Science and International Relations

Understanding International Relations

Theories in Action

4th Revised and Updated edition Heather Savigny, Lecturer in Politics and Lee Marsden, Lecturer, both at School of Political, Social and International Studies, University of East Anglia, UK

Andrew Heywood, formerly Vice Principal of Croydon College, UK

'Accessible and comprehensive as it is innovative, this is a splendid introduction and one truly crafted for our times.' - Tony McGrew, University of Strathclyde, UK 'An excellent starting point for anyone wanting their students to think critically and creatively about 21st century global politics.' - Jacqui True, University of Auckland, New Zealand This book is a major new introduction to international relations/global politics. Bestselling author, Andrew Heywood, weaves theory and practice together to provide students with an easyto-follow path to learning all the topics and theory required at an introductory level. Contents: Introducing Global Politics / Historical Context / Theories of Global Politics / The Economy in a Global Age / The State and Foreign Policy in a Global Age / Society in a Global Age / Nationalism in a Global Age / Identity, Culture and Challenges to the West / Power and Twenty-First Century Global Order / War and Peace / Nuclear Proliferation and Disarmament / Transnational Terrorism / Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention / International Law / Poverty and Development / Global Environmental Issues / Gender in Global Politics / International Organization, the UN and Global Governance / Global Economic Governance / Regionalism and World Politics / Images of the Global Futures February 2011 Paperback

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'Innovative, sophisticated but accessible, and successfully spanning global and domestic politics, this wonderful new introduction to political science uses well-selected case studies to illuminate a wide range of theories and approaches from Comparative Politics, IR and beyond.’ - Jonathon W. Moses, NTNU, Norway A new type of introduction to Politics and International Relations that examines how, why and what we study. Systematic and accessible in its approach, it introduces the analytical toolkits needed to study Politics and IR. The book takes a fully integrated approach to domestic and global politics, incorporating real-world case studies throughout. Contents: Introduction / Themes and Issues in Political Science & International Relations / Power / The State / Policy / Institutions / Representation and Participation / Media / Security / International/Political Economy / The Environment / Globalisation / Doing Your Own Political Science and International Relations May 2011 Hardback Paperback

336pp £65.00 £22.99

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Chris Brown, Professor of International Relations and Kirsten Ainley, Lecturer in International Relations,both at London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

‘An excellent edition which reinforces the book’s place as my preferred text for students new to International Relations. Accessible and compelling without glossing over the complexity of the issues, the fourth edition has been impressively updated to take account of realworld and theoretical developments.’ - Anthony F. Lang, Jr, University of St Andrews, UK The fourth edition of this best-selling text provides a lively introduction to International Relations theory. It has been comprehensively updated throughout and has new chapters on agency, structure and the state in IR and the emerging shape of twenty-first century international politics. Contents: Defining International Relations / The Development of IR Theory in the Twentieth Century / International Relations Theory Today / Agency, Structure and the State / Power and Security / The Balance of Power and War / Global Governance / The Global Economy / Globalization / The International Politics of Identity / International Relations and the Individual: Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and Humanitarian War / The Emerging Shape of 21st Century International Politics April 2009 Hardback Paperback

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Introductory Books • GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

Issues in 21st Century World Politics Global Sociology Edited by Mark Beeson, Winthrop Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of Western Australia , Australia and Nick Bisley, Associate Professor of International Relations, La Trobe University, Australia

A fresh text that introduces the key issues that shape the nature of the international system and global politics in the twenty-first century. The book offers a modern approach to the subject of world politics and covers issues such as the financial crises and migration. With contributions from a team of leading international scholars this is a dynamic yet focussed text designed to spark interest and understanding. Contents: Introduction: Issues in Twenty-First World Politics; M.Beeson & N.Bisley / PART I: EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM / Globalization and Statehood; P.G.Cerny / Regions and Regionalism in World Politics; S.Breslin / Climate Change and the Politics of the Global Environment; N.Carter / Global Power Shift: The Decline of the West and the Rise of the Rest?; N.Bisley / There are Alternatives: The Washington Consensus versus State Capitalism; M.Beeson / Democracy and Democratization; W.Case / Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics; R.W.Mansbach / PART II: CONFLICT, CRISES AND AUTHORITY / Old and New Wars; M.Killingsworth / Transnational Terrorism; A.Phillips / Peace Operations and Humanitarian Intervention; A.J.Bellamy / The New World of Security; M.CabelleroAnthony / Gender Matters; L.J.Shepherd / Inequality and Underdevelopment in World Politics; R.Kiely / Energy Security and World Politics; F.Umbach / Global Financial Crises; T.J.Sinclair / Governing the Global Economy; R.Higgott / Population Movement and its Impact on World Politics; A.Hammerstad April 2010 Hardback Paperback

312pp £70.00 £25.99

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Globalization, the State and Political Sociology

2nd edition Robin Cohen, Professor of Development Studies; Director, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford, UK and Paul Kennedy, Reader in Sociology and Global Studies, Department of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

The second edition of a ground-breaking text, Global Sociology will be compulsory for introductory sociology courses taking a truly global perspective. Extensively updated, this edition also includes three wholly new chapters on Health and the Body, Sport and Lifestyle and Global Religions, and substantial further pedagogical features.   Contents: Introduction / PART I: INTERPRETATIONS / The Making of Global Sociology / Thinking Globally / Modernity and the Evolution of World Society / The Changing World of Work / Nationhood and Nation-States / PART II: DIVISIONS / Social Inequalities: Gender, Race and Class / Corporate Power and Social Responsibility / Uneven Development: The Victims / Crime, Drugs and Terrorism: Failures of Global Control / Population and Migration / Health, Lifestyle and the Body / PART III: EXPERIENCES / Tourism: Social and Cultural Effects / Consuming Culture / Media and the Information Age / Sport in a Global Age / Global Religion / Urban Life / PART IV: DYNAMICS AND CHALLENGES / Global Civil Society / Challenging a Gendered World / Towards a Sustainable Future: The Green Movement / Identities and Belonging / Contested Futures Jan 2007 384pp Hardback £65.00 Paperback £25.99

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Globalization and the Nation State 2nd edition Robert J. Holton, Emeritus Professor and Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

'The revised text is very impressive, fully brought up-to-date and should be invaluable to students. There is no other book that deals with the issue so well or in comparable detail. This is a wellbalanced, well-organized text, written in a very student-friendly way.’ - Chris Rumford, Professor of Political Sociology and Global Politics, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK This new edition is a clear discussion of the debates and concepts defining globalization with a unique focus on the nation state. Updated with fresh examples and cutting-edge topics, from Apple’s latest technologies to human rights, this book is a fresh look at globalization for students and scholars alike. Contents: Introduction to Second Edition / The Long History of Globalization / The Global Economy / Is the Nation-State Finished? / Global Governance: Towards a Global Polity? / Nationalism and Ethnicity in a Globalizing World / Globalization and Culture? / Conclusion May 2011 Hardback Paperback

280pp £60.00 £22.99

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GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

Theorizing Global Studies

Rethinking Globalization

Darren J. O’Byrne, Principal Lecturer in Sociology and Human Rights; Subject Head of Social Sciences and Alexander Hensby, Lecturer in Social Science, both at Roehampton University, UK

'Theorizing Global Studies is an excellent book. All the major theoretical frames, concepts and issues are addressed, and the book provides an excellent resource for readers on the many different theoretical perspectives on globality, globalization and globalism.' - Richard Harris, Emeritus Professor of Global Studies, California State University Monterey Bay, USA Introducing eight models of global change, this book explains, challenges and redefines the core theories of globalization. Using fascinating case studies to illustrate how each model works in practice, the chapters look at society, culture, politics and economics. This book gives students a solid understanding of current global conditions. Contents: Introduction / Globalization / Liberalization / Polarization / Americanization / McDonaldization / Creolization / Transnationalization / Balkanization / Conclusion April 2011 Hardback Paperback

248pp £60.00 £20.99

Nick Bisley, Associate Professor of International Relations, La Trobe University, Australia

Today the debates on globalization between its evangelists and detractors are still raging. In this concise, balanced and accessible text, Nick Bisley assesses the nature and extent of globalization, the key debates surrounding it and its impact on and significance for world politics. April 2007 Hardback Paperback

272pp £70.00 £25.99

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Globalization A Critical Introduction 2nd Edition Jan Aart Scholte, Professor of Politics and International Studies and Co-Director, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, University of Warwick, UK

‘...required reading for anyone interested in the various dimensions of contemporary globalization... much more than an ‘introduction’.’ - Wil Hout, Development and Change August 2005 Paperback

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520pp £26.99

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Rethinking Imperialism Ray Kiely, Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

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'A clear, comprehensive and compelling assessment of the contemporary debate about empire and its relationship to the history of imperialism.’ - Andrew Gamble, University of Cambridge, UK

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April 2010 Hardback Paperback

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Global Mobility Regimes Edited by Rey Koslowski, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Informatics, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA

This volume considers ‘global mobility’ as an alternative concept to ‘international migration’ in order to gain insights into international cooperation on movements of people across international borders.

Contents: Global Mobility Regimes: A Conceptual Framework; R.Koslowski / PART I: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON MIGRATION, REFUGEES AND TRAVEL / International Cooperation on Migration and the UN System; S.Martin / The International Travel Regime; R.Koslowski / The International Refugee Regime and Issue Linkage; A.Betts / Who’s Afraid of International Migration in the United Nations?; J.Chamie & B.Mirkin / PART II: SECURING INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL / International Cooperation on Border Security in the Developed World; J.Ackleson / International Cooperation on Travel Document Security in the Developed World; M.Salter / Border Control Assistance in States Recovering from Collapse and Conflict; G.Gavrilis / International Cooperation on Travel Document Security in the Developing World; K.Sadiq / UN Travel Bans - Susan Ginsburg and Hiroyuki Tanaka / PART III: REALIZING AN INTERNATIONAL LABOR MIGRATION REGIME / Prospects and Prescriptions for a Global Mobility Regime: Five Lessons from the WTO; C.Rudolph / International Labor Migration: The Numbers-Rights Dilemma; P.Martin / Migration and the Global Mobility of Labor: A Public Goods Approach; J.Hollifield / The Political Economy of International Migration Law; J.Trachtman December 2011 288pp Hardback £55.00

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Myths, State Expansion, and the Birth of Globalization

Globalization and Borders Death at the Global Frontier

A Comparative Perspective

Leanne Weber, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of New South Wales, Australia and Sharon Pickering, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Monash University, Australia

Jon D. Carlson, Lecturer, University of California, USA

Many of the present problems of ‘globalization’ are mirrored in the historical expansion of the European state system. This title is a structured, comparative case study analysis of four regions and examines how these regions and their peoples were absorbed into the expanding European-centered state system from roughly the 1400s through to 1800. Contents: Broadening and Deepening: Systemic Expansion, Incorporation and the Zone of Ignorance / New World Empires and Otters: The Scramble for Nootka Sound, the Northwest Passage, and the China Trade / West Africa and the Rise of Asante: Rivers of Gold, a Short Route to China, and the Globalization of Labor / Ethiopia and the Middle East: The Red Sea Trade, Prester John and Christians in the Muslim World / Japan and the Far East: Zipangu, Roofs of Silver and the Lure of the Orient / Conclusion: Myths, Incorporation & Systemic Expansion January 2012 Hardback

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This book analyzes the political and material conditions driving contemporary border control policies and discusses the processes that mediate popular and official understandings of border-related fatalities. November 2011 240pp 216x138mm 11 b/w tables, 5 figures and 6 b/w photographs Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-24734-5

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Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies

Globalization A Short History of the Modern World

Edited by Boike Rehbein, Director/Associate Professor, University of Freiburg, Germany

William R. Nester, Professor of Government and Politics, St. John’s University, USA

How did globalization come to dominate our lives? What have been, are, and most likely will be globalization’s potential benefits and costs? This book explores the world’s most powerful force for good and evil from the Renaissance through today and beyond. January 2011 Hardback

190pp £58.00

This volume studies the relation between globalization and inequalities in emerging societies by linking Area and Global Studies, aiming at a new theory of inequality beyond the nation state and beyond Eurocentrism.

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The State

Stability without Statehood

Theories of Nationalism

Theories and Issues

Lessons from Europe’s History before the Sovereign State

A Critical Introduction 2nd Extended and Updated edition

Edited by Colin Hay, University of Sheffield, UK, Michael Lister, University of Surrey, UK and David Marsh, Australian National University, Australia

‘[A] good example...of the vitality and range of contemporary thinking on the state. It is a welcome and valuable addition to the literature on state theory.’ - Andrew Gamble, Public Administration December 2005 336pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £26.99

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Peter Haldén, Researcher, Department of World Cultures, University of Helsinki, Finland

This book reinterprets the EU using classical and early modern republican political theory. Bypassing the nation-state, it presents a new theory of the creation, change and demise of organizations in world politics. It also argues that the state is a problematic solution to ‘state-failure’ and explores alternative republican commonwealths. May 2011 Hardback

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Multinational Federalism

The Limits of Transnationalism

Edited by Michel Seymour, Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Montreal, Canada and Alain-G Gagnon, Professor of Political Science, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Collective Identities and EU Integration

A collection of state of the art reflections by thirteen leading experts in the field of multinational federalism. Michel Seymour has gathered contributions from philosophers, political scientists and jurists dealing with the accommodation of peoples in countries like Belgium, Canada, Europe, Great Britain, India and Spain. April 2012 Hardback

320pp £60.00

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Markus Thiel, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and International Relations, Florida International University, USA

Through the application of public opinion, interview, and print-media analyses, this book provides evidence that the state of transnational identification among citizens in the EU as a result of post-Maastricht integration measures. April 2011 Hardback

244pp £58.00

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Comparative Territorial Politics Series Editors: Charlie Jeffery and Michael Keating

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Umut Ozkirimli, Associate Professor of International Relations, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey and Senior Visiting Fellow, LSEE (Research on South East Europe), London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

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Review of the 1st edition: ‘[A] comprehensive, balanced and critical overview of current debates on nationalism... This is at once an informed survey of a field of literature and, in its own right, an intervention in the subject...It is one of the, several, contributions of this impressive book that it enables us, by comprehending the range of theories of nationalism, to see these debates in a wider intellectual and historical context.’ - Professor Fred Halliday, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK This widely-used and acclaimed text provides a comprehensive and balanced introduction to the main theoretical perspectives on nationalism. The fully-updated second edition includes expanded coverage of recent theories and debates, more systematic critical assesment of all traditions, and boxes on key thinkers. March 2010 Hardback Paperback

256pp £65.00 £23.99

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Transnational Africa and Globalization

Nationalism, Globalization, and Africa

Edited by Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome, Professor of Political Science, CUNY-Brooklyn College, USA and Olufemi Vaughan, Director, Africana Studies Program, Bowdoin College, USA

Michael Amoahn, Doctorate in Politics, Middlesex University, UK

The dawn of neoliberal rationality in Africa in the 1980s coincided with a massive exodus of skilled Africans to the global North. This book looks at African transnational migrations against the backdrop of rapid and intensifying globalization. Contents: Transnational Africa and Globalization: Introduction; M.O.Okome & O.Vaughan / Africa, Transnationalism & Globalization: An Overview; O.Vaughan / Black Internationalism and Transnational Africa; R.Bush / What About the Reciprocity? PanAfricanism and the Promise of Global Development; M.McLean / Transnational Africa: Un-Pledging Allegiance: The US Nation Must Make the African Connection; M.E.L.Bush / Pan-Africanizing Philanthropy: Toward a Social Theory of an Emerging Sector; J.Copeland-Carson / ‘I am the bridge between two worlds’: Transnational Connections among Darfurians in Maine; L.A.Gale / The Changing Face of African Christianity: Reverse Mission in Transnational and Global Perspectives; J.K.Olupona / Gendered Migrations: African Identities and Globalization; A.C.Kalu / A Matter of Habit: Unraveling the Teaching/Learning knot; N.Florence / Undocumented Labor Migration from Morocco to Europe: An African Perspective; M.Ennaji January 2012 Hardback

304pp £55.00

This book delves into the theories of nationalism, the contours of supranational activity within global politics, international political economy, and global trade alliances vis-à-vis Africa. Contents: Theorizing on Nationalism / Supranationalisms and Globalization: The Contours and Subcontours of Power and Trade Alliances / Global Governance and the Politics of Handling Conflict: Sudan, Kosovo, and South Ossetia / Africa and China / Sudan, Somalia, Uganda, and Cote d’Ivoire / South Africa, Angola, Zimbabwe, and Kenya / Guinea, Gabon, Congo-Brazzaville, Cameroon, Egypt / Tanzania, Botswana, and Ghana / Union Government of Africa / International Politics of Africa December 2011 288pp 216x138mm Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-10284-2 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=405215

Russia’s Encounter with Globalisation Actors, Processes and Critical Moments Edited by Julie Wilhelmsen, Research Fellow and Elana Wilson Rowe, Senior Research Fellow, both at Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway

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An analysis of Russia’s response to globalization. This book explores how Russian domestic politics shape this international engagement. Thematically, the focus is on Russia’s external engagement with areas of policy relating to globalization, namely energy, climate, health, direct foreign investment, finance, and international terrorism. August 2011 Hardback

248pp £57.50

Europe in a Global Context Edited by Anne Sophie Krossa, Lecturer in European Studies, Lancaster University, UK

Rethinking familiar frameworks and exploring new perspectives, this book provides a much-needed analysis of European culture, society and politics in a global context. With contributors from across the social sciences, this book highlights key topics and assesses the open ended question of Europe’s place in a global age. August 2011 Hardback Paperback

280pp £65.00 £23.99

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European Cosmopolitanism in Question Edited by Roland Robertson, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Aberdeen, UK and Anne Sophie Krossa, Lecturer in European Studies, Lancaster University, UK

‘Considering cosmopolitanism as a response to globalization, the volume offers challenging analyses of current trends. European Cosmopolitanism in Question comprizes brilliant contributions by leading authors that constitutes both a lucid introduction and an original and challenging advancement to the debate.’ - Frank Welz, Innsbruck University, Austria January 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Fighting Against the Injustice of the State and Globalization

Globalization, War, and Peace in the Twenty-first Century

Comparing the African American and Oromo Movements Asafa Jalata, Professor of Sociology, Global Studies, and Interim Chair of the Africana Studies Program, University of Tennessee, USA

The book examines, compares, and contrasts the African American and Oromo movements by locating them in the global context, and by showing how life chances changed for the two peoples and their descendants as the modern world system became more complex and developed. Contents: Introduction / The Development of Black Nationalism / The Oromo National Movement / The Impact of U.S. Foreign Policy on the Oromo National Struggle / Comparing the African American and Oromo Movements / Beyond Nationalism: The Challenges of a Revolutionary Multicultural Democracy February 2012 Hardback Paperback

224pp £64.00 £19.99

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Trafficking for Forced Labour Edited by Christien van den Anker, Reader in Politics, University of the West of England, UK and Ilse van Liempt, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Urban Geography, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

William R. Nester, Professor of Government and Politics, St. John’s University, UK

This book explores humanity’s most persistent and tragic problem by answering some crucial questions including: How is military power created and asserted? What are weapons of mass destruction and what is the likelihood of them being used? What are the source, methods, and results of terrorism and counterterrorism? Contents: The Nature, Creation, and Assertion of Power / Why Nations Go to War and Stay at Peace / Warfare in the Twenty-First Century / Terrorism and Counterterrorism / Weapons of Mass Destruction / War, Peace, and the Global Community / Consequences January 2011 Hardback

208pp £58.00

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Local Lives and Global Transformations Towards World Society Paul Kennedy, Reader in Sociology and Global Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

How does globalization impact upon our personal lives? What are its boundaries? This book examines how local and global studies interact. Filled with case studies and empirical research, this book helps students push the boundaries of their understanding of globalization. December 2009 312pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £21.99

Human Rights and Migration

The contributors show that the current understanding of trafficking excludes large groups of people who, due to their migration status, experience human rights violations on a continuum of exploitation ranging from forced labour to minor detractions from labour standards. Contents: Introduction: The Wider Context of Trafficking for Forced Labour; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt / Kosovo and Trafficking in Persons: Trends and Responses; B.Jones & T.Leko / Moldova: Women’s Rights and Trafficking; C.Nanu / An Ethnography of Migrant ‘Illegality’ in Sweden: Included yet Excepted?; S.Khosravi /Making Europe Migrant Proof: Binary Thinking and its Outcomes; J.Doomernik / The Ethics of Regularisation Policies: The Case of Belgium; G.Coene / ‘The Right to Always Wear a Smile’: Migration Policies and the Exploitation of Domestic Workers’ Labour in Germany; M.T.Herrera Vivar / Speaking with a Forked Tongue: Contrary Political Discourses and the Irish State’s Construction of Human Trafficking; D.Coghlan & G.Wylie / Hidden Labour: Knowledge Production of Trafficking Illustrated by a Swedish Case Study; M.Hulting / The Right to be Exploited: Vietnamese Workers in Poland; M.Szulecka / Recent Developments in the Human Rights of Trafficked Persons; D.Weissbrodt & S.Meili / A Cosmopolitan Approach to Migrant Rights: Global Citizenship or Local Hospitality?; C.van den Anker / The Future of Anti-Trafficking Discourse: An Inquiry into Values?; B.Hancilova & P.Burcikova / Conclusion; C.van den Anker & I.van Liempt November 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

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GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

'Illegal' Traveller

The Age of Migration

The Fight for the Right to Food

An Auto-Ethnography of Borders

International Population Movements in the Modern World 4th edition

Lessons Learned

Shahram Khosravi, Associate Professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University, Sweden

Based on fieldwork among undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers, ‘Illegal’ Traveller offers a narrative of the polysemic nature of borders, border politics, and rituals and performances of bordercrossing. Interjecting personal experiences into ethnographic writing it is ‘a form of self-narrative that places the self within a social context’. August 2011 Hardback Paperback

160pp £57.50 £19.99

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Human Rights in the 21st Century Continuity and Change since 9/11 Edited by Michael Goodhart, Associate Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies, University of Pittsburgh, USA and Anja Mihr, Associate Professor, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

This is the first book to offer a systematic analysis of human rights in the twenty-first century. March 2011 Hardback

328pp £63.00

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Jean Ziegler, Vice-President, UN Human Rights Council’s Advisory Committee, Christophe Golay, Joint Coordinator, Claire Mahon, Joint Coordinator and Senior Researcher, both on the Project on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Switzerland and Sally-Anne Way, Research Director, Center for Economic and Social Rights, Spain

Stephen Castles, Research Professor of Sociology, University of Sydney, Australia and Associate Director, International Migration Institute (IMI), University of Oxford, UK and Mark J. Miller, Emma Smith Morris Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware, USA

International migration is an ever-more central aspect of globalization in the contemporary world. The fourth edition of the leading text in the field has been completely recast and updated to provide a comprehensive assessment of the nature, extent and dimensions of international population movements and of their consequences.  Contents: Introduction / Theories of Migration / Globalization, Development and Migration / International Migration before 1945 / Migration to Europe, North America and Oceania since 1945 / Migration in the Asia Pacific Region / Migration in Africa, the Middle East and North America, and Latin America / The State and International Migration: The Quest for Control / Migration and Security / Migrants and Minorities in the Labour Force / New Ethnic Minorities and Society / Migrants and Politics / Conclusion: Migration and Mobility in the Twenty-First Century January 2009 Hardback Paperback

392pp £70.00 £25.99

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This book documents and analyzes the experiences of the UN’s first Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. It highlights the conceptual advances in the legal understanding of the right to food in international human rights law, as well as analyzes key practical challenges through experiences in eleven countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Contents: Preface / List of Acronyms and Abbreviations / Introduction: Hunger and the Right to Food / PART I: THE RIGHT TO FOOD IN INTERNATIONAL LAW / The Definition of the Right to Food in International Law / The Right to Food of the Most Vulnerable People / The Right to Food in an Era of Globalization / The Right to Food in Situations of Armed Conflict / PART II: THE RIGHT TO FOOD IN PRACTICE: COUNTRY MISSIONS IN AFRICA, ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA / Niger / Brazil / Bangladesh / The Occupied Palestinian Territories / Ethiopia / Mongolia / Guatemala / India / Lebanon / Bolivia / Cuba / Conclusion / Annexures / End Notes February 2011 Hardback

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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Global Governance

International Organization

Global Civil Society 2012

Frontiers of Governance

Ten Years of Critical Reflection

The OECD and Global Public Management Reform

Edited by Mary Kaldor, Professor of Global Governance, Department of International Development, LSE, UK, Henrietta L. Moore, William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK and Sabine Selchow, Research Felllow, Department of International Development, LSE, UK

2nd edition Volker Rittberger, Emeritus Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Institute of Political Science, University of Tübingen, Germany, Bernhard Zangl, Professor of Global Governance and Public Policy and Andreas Kruck, Teaching and Research Associate, GeschwisterScholl Institute for Political Science, both at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

'Broad-ranging and comprehensive this is a great introduction for newcomers both to why IOs are important and to the key questions which preoccupy scholars in the field.’ - Duncan Snidal, University of Oxford, UK International organizations such as the UN, EU and IMF play an increasingly important role in international politics. Fully revised and updated, this broad-ranging text provides a systematic theoretical and empirical introduction to the structure, policies and performance of international organizations. Contents: Introduction / PART I: THEORY AND HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS / Theories of International Organizations / History of International Organizations / PART II: POLICY-MAKING IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS / International Organizations as Political Systems / Actors’ Demands and Support: The Input Dimension / Decision-Making in International Organizations: The Conversion Process / What International Organizations Produce: The Output Dimension / PART III: ACTIVITIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS / Security / Welfare and Economic Relations / The Environment / Human Rights / Between a World State and International Anarchy: Images of World Order January 2012 Hardback Paperback

352pp £70.00 £25.99

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Activists and academics look back over ten years of ‘politics from below’, and ask whether it is merely the critical gaze upon the concept that has changed – or whether there is something genuinely new about the way in which civil society is now operating. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION / The Global Civil Society Yearbook: Lessons and Insights 2001-2011; H.Anheier, M.Kaldor & M.Glasius / Global Civil Society and the Internet: Time to Update Our Perspective; H.Moore & S.Selchow / PART II: DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP / The Arab Awakening: The Crisis of Dictatorship and Civil Society; B.Dreano / ‘Lost in Transformation’: The Crisis of Democracy and Civil Society; F.Miszlivetz / Passionate Publics in Mediated Civil Society; B.Blaagaard / PART III: PEACE AND JUSTICE / A Decade of the War on Terror and the ‘Responsibility to Protect’; M.Kaldor / Pro-Roma Global Civil Society: Acting For, With or Instead of Roma?; A.Kóczé & M.Rövid / Cluster Munitions and Civil Society: The Building Blocks of a Global Campaign; T.Nash / PART IV: ECONOMY AND SOCIETY / The Rise of the Civil Economy; R.Murray / The World Social Forum Ten Years On: Internationalisation without Institutionalisation; G.Pleyers / PART V: RECORDS / Bordering on the Unknown: Approaches to Global Civil Society Data; S.Deel, S.Stares & J.Timms / Records; H.Anheier / Chronology of Global Civil Society Events: A Yearbook Retrospective; J.Timms March 2012 240pp 246x189mm 41 boxes, 27 figures, 7 maps and 7 tables Paperback £29.99 978-0-230-36787-6

Leslie A. Pal, Chancellor’s Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University, Canada

The first detailed analysis of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) influence on global public sector reform. Based on extensive interviews and internal documents, this book explores the evolution of the OECD’s approach to governance issues over the last 50 years and what its future agenda should be. Contents: Preface / Frontiers of Governance and the OECD as an International Organisation / Governance and its Emergence in the OECD / Public Management and Governance in the OECD / Networked Tools: How Does the OECD do its Governance Work? / Modernising Governance: Is there an OECD View? / The OECD’s Influence on Governance Issues / Conclusion / Bibliography / Notes March 2012 288pp 11 figures and 19 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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Comparing Devolved Governance Derek Birrell, Professor of Social Policy, School of Criminology, Politics and Social Policy, University of Ulster, UK

Examines recent evidence of a growing symmetry in the operation of devolution in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This book makes one of the first systematic and detailed comparisons of the operation of the devolved institutions and machinery of governance. It uses a comparative approach to explore the key workings of government.

Global Civil Society Yearbook

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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

The Global Political System Fulvio Attinà, Jean Monnet Chair and Professor of Political Studies, University of Catania, Italy

The Politics of Global Health Governance

Clumsy Solutions for a Wicked World

United by Contagion

How to Improve Global Governance Tania J. Keefe, Research Associate, Centre of International Relations, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Canada and Mark W. Zacher, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia and Senior Research Fellow, Centre of International Relations, Liu Institute for Global Issues, Canada

Translated by Antoinette Groom Translation consultant A.J.R. Groom

‘The world may not have a fully functioning central government but it has many of its characteristics like leadership, hierarchy, institutions, and concerns about authority and legitimacy. Fulvio Attinà points the way beyond out-dated notions of anarchy in international relations to a better understanding of the global political system.’ William R. Thompson, Indiana University, USA  This fully revised and updated English edition of a successful Italian text provides a sophisticated assessment of the theory and practice of world politics in the twenty-first century. Attinà examines the impact of issues, actors and trends on the contemporary world stage and assesses the future direction of change in global politics. Contents: From International Relations to Global Politics: The Challenge / Politics as Conflict in an Asymmetric World / Politics as Cooperation in World of Equals / Global Institutions and Government / Global Political Change / Contemporary Global Politics / Reorganising The State / Changing International Security / The New Global Policies / Conclusions January 2011 Hardback Paperback

224pp £65.00 £24.99

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‘Two Canadian scholars here usefully review the history of international cooperation with respect to contagious diseases (cholera, the plague, and yellow fever were the chief concerns in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries) and the increased activities and rapid enlargement of the World Health Organization and its various associated bodies.’ - Foreign Affairs Diseases do not recognize national borders, and as we are gradually learning, failure to govern health effectively at a global level profoundly affects us all. This book is about how global health governance has evolved to become stronger, more complex, and more important than ever before in history Contents: Overview and Analytical Framework / History and Evolution of Global Health Governance / Disease Containment: Surveillance Systems, Emergency Responses and Trans-border Regulations / Disease Control: The Transformation of Health Assistance Programs / Disease Cures: Legal Aspects of Essential Medicines / Conclusion and Analysis October 2011 Paperback

270pp £19.99

Marco Verweij, Professor of Political Science, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

This follow-up to Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World (Palgrave, 2006) seeks to understand why even well-intended efforts to resolve pressing international and global problems so often appear to fail spectacularly and what can be done to remedy this. The author analyzes four of the biggest global governance failures of the last few decades. Contents: How to Curb Global Warming When It May or May Not Be Occurring / Clumsy Solutions for a Wicked World; with S.Ney & M.Thompson / Health for Very Few: The Resurgence of Malaria; with C.Greculescu / Biased into Baghdad: The Failure of the Iraq War / They May Be Génocidaires But At Least They Are Our Génocidaires: The Role of France in Rwanda / Making Global Governance Clumsier (after an Excursion to the Rhine) / Appendix A: A Clumsy Conclusion to the ‘Great Debates’ in the Study of International Relations / Appendix B: A Note on Method August 2011 Hardback

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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World

Global Governance and Corporate Responsibility in Conflict Zones

Governance, Politics and Plural Perceptions Edited by Marco Verweij, Professor of Political Science, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany and Michael Thompson, Lecturer, School of Business, Retail and Financial Services, University of Ulster, UK

Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World is a powerful and original statement on why wellintended attempts to alleviate pressing social ills too often derail, and how effective, efficient and broadly acceptable solutions to social problems can be found. September 2011 272pp Paperback £19.99

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Representation and Leadership in Transnational Democracy Daniel Bray, Lecturer in International Relations, La Trobe University, Australia

Corporations in conflict zones and their provision of security are particularly relevant for understanding whether private actors are increasingly sources of governance contributions that regulate public goods. Feil highlights the discrepancies between political and theoretical expectations of corporate engagement and governance contributions. Contents: Introduction / Businesses in War and Peace / Concepts of Socio-Political Corporate Engagement / A Framework of Analysis for Corporate Governance Contributions in Conflict Zones / Case Studies from Central Africa / Explanations for Corporate Engagement / Conclusion / Appendices November 2011 256pp 6 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £57.50

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Democratic Governance and NonState Actors

This book investigates whether international standards of good governance are applied to sub-state actors as well as to states. By examining the international response to self-determination claims, this project demonstrates that the international community does indeed hold substate groups accountable to such standards.

Building on the work of philosopher John Dewey, Bray develops an approach to transnational democracy called ‘pragmatic cosmopolitanism’. He argues for an ideal of representative democracy that emphasizes the role of democratic leadership and the development of critical intelligence.

January 2011 206pp 6 figures and 3 tables Hardback £58.00

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Public and Private Catherine Lu, Associate Professor of Political Science, McGill University, Canada

Moira Feil, Senior Project Manager, Adelphi Research, Germany

Anne-Marie Gardner, Associate Research Scholar, Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, Princeton University, USA

Pragmatic Cosmopolitanism

Just and Unjust Interventions in World Politics

Taking insights and controversies from feminist political theory, Lu looks to illuminate alternative images of ‘sovereignty as privacy’ and ‘sovereignty as responsibility’, and to identify new challenges arising from the increased agency of private global civil society, and their relationship with the world of states. Contents: Preface to the Paperback Edition / Introduction / Public and Private: Towards Conceptual Clarification / Realism and the Tyranny of the Private / Sovereignty as Privacy / The One and Many Faces of Cosmopolitanism / Cosmopolitanism, Liberalism and Intervention / Cosmopolitan Humanitarianism and the Use of Force / Conclusion / Humanitarianism and the Use of Force / Notes / Bibliography / Index February 2011 Hardback Paperback

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International Organisation in World Politics David Armstrong, Professor of International Relations, University of Exeter, UK, Lorna Lloyd, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Keele University, UK and John Redmond, Professor of European Studies, University of Birmingham, UK

Building on the success of the previous edition (Versailles to Maastricht: International Organization in the Twentieth Century), this book is a valuable introduction to the complex history of modern international organization. While particular attention is paid to the League of Nations, the United Nations and the European Union, there are also chapters on the new regionalism, global governance and international regimes and global civil society. The book’s approach is thematic and analytical, while providing a succinct factual account of the main developments in international organizations. Contents: List of Figures / List of Abbreviations / Preface / The Rise of the International Organisation / The League of Nations / The American-led, Cold War United Nations: 1945-1960 / The Third World UN: 1960-1980 / A Period of Crisis: The UN in the 1980s / The New World Disorder: The UN and the Maintenance of International Peace / The Post-Cold War UN / The European Community, 19451969: Origins and Beginnings / The European Community, 1970-1985: Turbulence, Europessimism and Eurosclerosis - Widening at a Cost? / The European Community, 19851992: From Community to Union - Deepening Dominates While Widening Waits? / The European Union, 19932003: Deepening and Widening? / The New Regionalism / Towards Global Governance? / The Emergence of Global Civil Society / Bibliography / Index September 2004 304pp 11 tables and 4 graphs Hardback £70.00 Paperback £23.99

The European Union and Multilateral Governance

The Crisis of Democratic Governance in Southeast Asia

Assessing EU Participation in United Nations Human Rights and Environmental Fora

Edited by Aurel Croissant, Director, Institute of Political Science, Heidelberg University, Germany and Marco Bünte, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Asian Studies, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg, Germany

Edited by Jan Wouters, Director, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, Hans Bruyninckx, Professor of International Relations and Global Environmental Governance, Sudeshna Basu, Doctoral Researcher, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies and Simon Schunz, Postdoctoral Researcher, all at University of Leuven, Belgium

An interdisciplinary approach to the study of the EU in UN human rights and environmental governance which addresses the legal and political science dimensions. With contributions from academics and policy-makers, this volume is a comprehensive analysis of how the challenges it faces impact on the EU’s position in UN fora. March 2012 Hardback

304pp £60.00

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Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Series Editors: Neill Nugent and William E. Paterson http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=477014

Europe, Regions and European Regionalism Edited by Roger Scully, Professor of Political Science, Department of International Politics, Aberstwyth University, UK and Richard Wyn Jones, Director, Wales Governance Centre, School of European Studies, Cardiff University, UK

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Europe, Regions and European Regionalism examines the political role of regions and regionalism within contemporary Europe. Offering an up-to-date analysis of regionalism with a broad empirical scope, this book explores regions and regionalism in the period after the substantial enlargements of the European Union.

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Democracy in Southeast Asia seems to be in crisis. The contributors to this volume argue that this is a crisis of democratic governance. They look into its causes, consequences and prospects, comparing themes of democratic governance in Southeast Asia such as political culture, civil society, political parties and institutions and human rights April 2011 296pp 216x138mm 8 b/w illustrations and 47 b/w tables Hardback £63.00 978-0-230-28235-3

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The Policy Process in International Environmental Governance Sheila Aggarwal-Khan, Officer-in-Charge, Quality Assurance Section, United Nations Environment Programme, Kenya

This book questions the practices in the policy processes of international institutions. It looks at the formal and informal practices that are routinely undertaken as part of the structure of international policy processes, and analyses how people behave and with what outcome for international environmental governance. November 2011 208pp 14 b/w tables Hardback £55.00

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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE • INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

International Development Policy: Energy and Development Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) and Gilles Carbonnier, Professor of Development Economics, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland

Randall Germain, Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Canada

Evolution and Dynamics 3rd edition

Contents: PART I: DOSSIER: ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT / Energy and Development; G.Carbonnier & J.Grinevald / Towards Global Energy Governance: How to Patch the Patchwork; S.de Jong / Energy Security and Sub-Saharan Africa; E.Meierding / Old Wine in New Bottles?: Does Climate Policy Determine Bilateral Development Aid for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency?; A.Michaelowa & K.Michaelowa / Challenges in the Energy Sector in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: An Evaluation of 18 Years of Swiss Economic Cooperation; G.Bonvin / Indian Energy Policy and Strategy: Pre- and Post-Copenhagen 2009; M.Shenoy, G.Jain & T.Parthasarathy / Pay to Preserve: The Global Politics of Ecuador’s Yasuní–ITT Proposal; P.L.Martin / PART II: REVIEW: MAJOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY TRENDS / Advancing Sustainable Development in Global Trade and Multilateral Negotiations; C.Bellman, A.A.Latif & J.Hepburn / Aspects of Development Financing After the Financial and Economic Crisis; B.Gurtner / Migration and Development: The Policies of China and India with Regard to their Overseas Communities; J.Elie, M.Lieber & C.Lutringer / INFOGRAPHIC SECTION / Energy and Development / Development Policy Trends 240pp £35.00

Global Politics and Financial Governance

Global Political Economy

Co-published with The Graduate Institute, this book examines how energy issues have intensified with modern development, how they shape geopolitics and access to energy in Africa, and how inconsistent energy governance really is. It discusses energy policy options in developing and emerging countries and questions the role of development aid.

June 2011 Paperback

International Political Economy

Robert O’Brien, LIUNA/ Mancinelli Professor of Global Labour Issues and Chair, Political Science Department, McMaster University, Canada and Marc Williams, Professor of International Relations, University of New South Wales, Australia

The third edition of this popular and successful text on the contemporary global political economy and its historical evolution has been systematically revised and updated throughout. The impact of the banking and broader crisis is fully covered and new chapters have been added on security and on theories and methods.

‘Up-to-date and admirably accessible.’ - Louis W. Pauly, University of Toronto, Canada The financial crisis prompted many to ask how financial systems from America and Iceland to Russia and Hungary could have been so misgoverned that their near collapse plunged the entire world into recession. Randall Germain assesses what needs to be done, and by whom, to avoid a repetition of what he calls the ‘great freeze’. November 2010 248pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £22.99

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Contents: Introduction / PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES / Approaches to Global Political Economy / Methods and Theorists / PART II: EVOLUTION / Forging a World Economy 1400-1800 / Industrial Revolution, Pax Britannica and Imperialism / The Twentieth Century: World Wars and the Post-1945 Order / PART III: DYNAMICS / International Trade / Transnational Production / The Global Financial System / Global Division of Labour / Gender / Economic Development / Global Environmental Change / Ideas / Security / Governing the Global Political Economy / Conclusion: Issues in Contemporary GPE Theory March 2010 Hardback Paperback

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INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

States Versus Markets

Legacy of the Crash

The Spectre at the Feast

The Emergence of a Global Economy 3rd edition

How the Financial Crisis Changed America and Britain

Capitalist Crisis and the Politics of Recession

'Unlike more simplistic accounts, this highly approachable work offers a clear understanding of how and where ‘globalization’ came from and what it actually means for contemporary societies, gently debunking well-worn myths along the way. It is not only an impressive work of scholarship but also a pleasure to read, culminating in a dramatic account of financial crisis and the future of the global political economy.’ - Geoffrey R.D. Underhill, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands  November 2009 360pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £27.99

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‘The Legacy of the Crash provides timely and expert analysis of the differing political responses in Britain and the United States to the financial crash of 2008. Essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the nature of the crisis and its consequences, which are still unfolding.’ - Andrew Gamble, Professor and Head of Department of Politics, University of Cambridge, UK

'[A] book that should be compulsory reading in every finance ministry and central bank...[and] the best starting point for the long road to reconstruction that the left now has to take.’ David Marquand, New Statesman May 2009 Hardback Paperback

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Challenging Global Inequality

September 2011 312pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £19.99

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The Global Crisis and Transformative Social Change Edited by Peter Utting, Deputy Director, Shahra Razavi, Research Coordinator, both at United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Switzerland and Rebecca Varghese Buchholz, Policy Adviser, Traidcraft Exchange, UK

Global crises not only deeply impact the economy and people’s livelihoods, they also unsettle basic ideas and assumptions about the meaning and drivers of development. This collection of theoretical and empirical studies explores the substance and politics of policy change following the 2007/8 crisis from the perspective of developing countries. March 2012 Hardback

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Financialization and Government Borrowing Capacity in Emerging Markets

Global Commodity Governance

Iain Hardie, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Edinburgh, UK

Fred Gale, Senior Lecturer and Marcus Haward, Associate Professor, both at School of Government, University of Tasmania, Australia

Hardie investigates the link between the financialization – defined as the ability to trade risk – and the capacity of emerging market governments to borrow from private markets. He considers the government bond markets in Brazil, Lebanon and Turkey and includes interviews with 126 financial market actors. Contents: Introduction / Domestic Commercial Banks / Domestic Individual Investors / Domestic Institutional Investors / International Investors / Conclusion March 2012 240pp 16 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £57.50

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State Responses to Sustainable Forest and Fisheries Certification

The Forest and the Marine Stewardship Councils constitute new global governance institutions using voluntary certification and labelling as market incentives to encourage sustainable management. Utilizing a comparative political economic framework, the authors analyse shifting British, Canadian and Australian responses to the stewardship councils. February 2011 336pp 38 b/w tables and 13 figures Hardback £63.00

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Powering Development Marcus Power, Reader in Human Geography, University of Durham, UK, Giles Mohan, Senior Lecturer in Development Studies, The Open University, UK and May Tan-Mullins, Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

The book seeks to understand China’s evolving political and economic role in Africa and assesses what impacts Chinese aid, trade and investment have on the politics of specific African countries. Contents: Introduction: Mediating China-Africa / Contextualising China-Africa Relations / Chinese Policies and its Implications in Africa / Towards a Chinese ‘Socialist Market Economy’ / Evolving Aid Diplomacy in Africa / Domestic Governance, Regime Stability and African Civil Society / Eco-Politics and Environmental Diplomacy: Chinese Environmental Governance and its Footprints in Africa / The Geopolitics of China-Africa Engagement / Conclusion: Contexts, Changes and Future of China-Africa Relations May 2012 Hardback

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Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia Edited by Caroline Kuzemko, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for the Study of Regionalisation and Globalisation (CSGR), University of Warwick, UK, Andrei Belyi, Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Russia, Andreas Goldthau, Associate Professor, Central European University, Hungary and Michael F. Keating, Associate Professor of International Political Economy, American International University in London, UK

Energy in Europe and Russia is in flux. This book presents a rich set of case studies for analyzing the complex and intertwined regional dynamics of multiple actors, levels, and policy fields in energy throughout Europe and Russia, with the aim of offering an alternative view to the prevalent geopolitical or neoliberal approaches. March 2012 304pp 7 b/w tables and 9 figures Hardback £60.00

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Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance Edited by Simon Rushton, Research Fellow, Department of International Politics and Owain David Williams, Research Fellow, Centre for Health and International Relations, both at Aberystwyth University, UK

This book argues that the new actors in global health constitute a ‘private turn’ in global health governance, and provides theoretical and practical grounds for viewing global health partnerships and philanthropic foundations as closely aligned in their ideational and material approaches to a range of important issues and crises. February 2011 328pp 12 b/w tables and 2 figures Hardback £63.00

Governing Risk

Challenging Global Finance

The IMF and Global Financial Crises

Civil Society and Transnational Networks

Manuela Moschella, School of International Studies, University of Trento, Italy

Elizabeth Friesen, Lecturer in Political Science, Carleton University, Canada

By comparing the policies the international community requested the IMF to follow in the aftermath of the Mexican, Asian and subprime crises, the book traces the evolution of the international regulatory framework from an agentcentered constructivist perspective.

Friesen demonstrates how transnational CSOs and NGOs can influence the context in which international political decisions are made. She shows how, by reframing the issues, the transnational campaign for the cancellation of third world debt altered the dominant discourse, shifted the agenda and thereby shaped political outcomes.

Contents: Introduction: The IMF and Global Finance Governance / Evolutionary Policies: Economic Ideas and Legitimacy Feedback / The 1990s Consensus on International Financial Integration / The Mexican Crisis: Testing the Consensus / The Asian Crisis: Questioning the Consensus / The Subprime Crisis: Towards a New Consensus / Conclusions: Past and Future of International Financial Governance March 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Quality and Legitimacy of Global Governance Case Lessons from Forestry Timothy Cadman, Fellow, Sustainable Business, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Edited by Henk Overbeek, Professor of International Relations and Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Reader in International Relations, both at VU University, The Netherlands

The authors interrogate the condition of the neoliberal project in the wake of the global crisis and neoliberalism’s predicted death in 2007, both in terms of the regulatory structures of finance-led capitalism in Europe and North America, and the impact of new centres of capitalist power on global order. March 2012 Hardback

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The Politics of Resource Extraction Indigenous Peoples, Multinational Corporations and the State

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Neoliberalism in Crisis

Contents: Introduction / Power and Resistance / Transnational Civil Society and the Campaign for the Cancellation of Third World Debt / The World Economic Forum and the Campaign for the Cancellation of Third World Debt / Conclusion

As the international community struggles with major issues such as deforestation, it is increasingly turning to sustainable development and marketbased mechanisms to tackle environmental problems. Focusing on forestry, this book investigates the legitimacy of global forums and evaluates the quality of global governance in the current era. February 2011 Hardback

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Edited by Suzana Sawyer, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Davis, USA and Edmund Terence Gomez, Professor of Political Economy, University of Malaya, Malaysia

International institutions (United Nations, World Bank) and multinational companies have voiced concern over the adverse impact of resource extraction activities on the livelihood of indigenous communities. This volume examines mega resource extraction projects in Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chad, Cameroon, India, Nigeria, Peru, the Philippines. January 2012 336pp 2 figures and 6 maps Hardback £60.00

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Local Climate Governance in China Hybrid Actors and Market Mechanisms Miriam Schröder, Research Fellow, Potsdam University, Germany

Based on the empirical analysis of the effectiveness of four provincial centres for the diffusion of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), a market mechanism for emission reductions, Miriam Schröder scrutinizes the strengths and weaknesses of hybrid actors’ performance on the local Chinese carbon market. November 2011 256pp Hardback £57.50

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Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU

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An interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners analyse multi-variegated, crossborder activities in which non-state actors engage through a single conceptual lens. Contents: Introduction: Toward a Theory of Transnational Transfers; S.S.Brown / Overview; S.S.Brown / Collective Remittances as Non-State Transnational Transfers: Patterns of Transnationalism in Mexico and El Salvador; K.Burgess & B.Tinajero / Remittances and Fragile States: What Do We Know?; J.McPeak / Foreign Remittances in Ghana: Reducing the Poverty Gap for Individuals and the Community; D.Pellow / Overview; S.S.Brown / Global Civil Society and the Third Sector in China; H.Wang / Corporate Support of NGO Transnational Transfers in Nature Protection; S.R.Brechin & A.Jamborcic / Learning Democracy: International Education and Political Socialization; B.Sijapati & M.G.Hermann / Overview; S.S.Brown / Track Two Diplomacy and the Transfer of Peacebuilding Capacity; B.W.Dayton / Transnational Transfers and Peace Operations: The Empirically Elusive Quality of the Analytic Categories; R.A.Rubinstein & S.Kudesia / Private Security Companies and Private Transnational Transfers; R.de Nevers / Conclusion: This Volume and Future Study; S.S.Brown December 2011 256pp Hardback £57.50

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Towards a Marketization of Corporate Control

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Governance Ecosystems

In the context of the financial and economic crisis, corporate governance and regulatory supervision failures, Laura Horn investigates one of the defining questions in social power relations in contemporary capitalism: who controls the modern corporation, and why. November 2011 240pp 5 b/w tables Hardback £57.50

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CSR in the Latin American Mining Sector Edited by Julia Sagebien, Associate Professor, School of Business Administration, Dalhousie University, Canada and Nicole Marie Lindsay, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Canada

The authors explore the complex dynamics of mining and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Latin America, including a reflection on the African continent, presenting arguments and case studies based on new research on a set of urgent and emerging questions surrounding mining, development and sustainability.

Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century Edited by Scarlett Cornelissen, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Fantu Cheru, Research Director, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden and Timothy M. Shaw, Professor and Director, Institute of International Relations, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

By exploring the many unchartered dimensions of Africa’s international relations, the authors present fresh insights on aspects such as power, identity, statehood and sovereignty in the world system. October 2011 272pp 216x138mm 3 b/w tables and 1 figure Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-23528-1 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=370666

The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in Southeast Asia Xiaoke Zhang, Associate Professor of Political Economy and Asian Studies, University of Nottingham, UK

In this book, Xiaoke Zhang addresses two fundamental political and policy questions: Why do politicians have heterogeneous incentives to pursue public-regarding policies through capital market reforms and why do they differ in their abilities to initiate and implement market reform policies decisively and resolutely? September 2011 288pp 10 b/w tables Hardback £57.50

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South-South Cooperation Africa on the Centre Stage Edited by Renu Modi, Director and Senior Lecturer, Centre of African Studies, University of Mumbai, India

This book critically analyzes the ways in which Africa has shifted from the periphery of global trade, international relations and politics to the centre of the world stage because of its existing and potential economic prowess and purchasing power that the continent has to offer. August 2011 272pp 7 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £57.50

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Promoting Good Governance, Development and Accountability

Critical International Political Economy

Implementation and the WTO

Dialogue, Debate and Dissensus

Susan Brown-Shafii, Scientific Coordinator and Senior Research Fellow, World Trade Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland

Edited by Stuart Shields, Lecturer in International Political Economy, Ian Bruff, Lecturer in European and International Politics and Huw Macartney, Lecturer in International Political Economy, all at University of Manchester, UK

In addressing the politics of the international regulation of public procurement, this book fills a major gap in the literature. Brown-Shafii does this by investigating whether a WTO Agreement can be used to promote good governance, development and accountability. April 2011 Hardback

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Governing through Standards

Internet Gambling Offshore

Origins, Drivers and Limitations

Caribbean Struggles over Casino Capitalism

Edited by Stefano Ponte, Peter Gibbon and Jakob Vestergaard, all Senior Researchers, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark

Andrew F. Cooper, Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo, Canada

August 2011 336pp 6 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £60.00

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In the aftermath of the financial crisis, Cooper locates the WTO-focused struggle between the US and the very small island state of Antigua on Internet gambling in the wider International Political Economy. He draws connections between gambling and offshore and/or enclave cultures and points out the stigmatization of ‘Casino Capitalism’. April 2011 224pp 216x138mm Hardback £58.00 978-0-230-29345-8 ebook available from: Dawson ERA, Ebook Library, ebooks. com, Myilibrary, NetLibrary, Palgrave Connect Political & International Studies Collections http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=496652

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The authors shows how and why standards are used as governance tools. They follow the historical development of standards and their new forms and roles, across the substantive areas of industrial and organizational ‘quality’, the financial sector, environment, and labour.

This book gives provocative responses to recent debates in International Political Economy. It provides a much needed and timely intervention to the current anodyne discussions about the evolution of the discipline and prompts wider reflection on the nature of enquiry itself.

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Negotiating Trade Liberalization at the WTO Domestic Politics and Bargaining Dynamics Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt, Guest Professor of International Relations, Free University Berlin, Germany

This book shows how domestic political institutions and the lack of time pressure have an impact on negotiations at the WTO. It provides detailed information on WTO ministerial meetings as well as on the political economy of trade policy in the EU, U.S., Brazil, and Australia. February 2011 296pp 14 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £63.00

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Governing Cotton

Private Ratings, Public Regulations

Globalization and Poverty in Africa

Credit Rating Agencies and Global Financial Governance

Adam Sneyd, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph, Canada

This book traces the historic relationships between cotton production, the international cotton trade and poverty south of the Sahara, and assesses various approaches to corporate social responsibility and nongovernmental policy advocacy in this area.

January 2011 Hardback

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The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines Valbona Muzaka, Lecturer in Global Politics, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton, UK

This book shows why contests over intellectual property rights and access to affordable medicines emerged in the 1990s and how they have been ‘resolved’ so far. February 2011 Hardback

192pp £58.00

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Andreas Kruck, Teaching and Research Associate, Geschwister-Scholl Institute for Political Science, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Credit rating agencies play a powerful and contentious role in the governance of global financial markets. Introducing an original framework for delegating political authority to private actors, this book explains common trends in the regulatory use of private ratings for public purposes and analyzes regulatory changes after the Financial Crisis. May 2011 Hardback

224pp £57.50

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Europe and National Economic Transformation The EU After the Lisbon Decade Edited by Mitchell P. Smith, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Department of International and Area Studies, University of Oklahoma, USA

How great is the capacity of the EU to orchestrate ‘competitiveness’? Can common policy instruments produce consistent effects? Has substantial policy learning come from the successes and failures of the Lisbon agenda? This book identifies the nature and limits of the transformative capacities of the EU’s push for economic gains. February 2012 240pp 216x138mm 13 b/w line drawings and 13 b/w tables Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-29868-2

Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Series Editors: Neill Nugent and William E. Paterson http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=502680

Transformations of the State ebook available from: Dawson ERA, Ebook Library, ebooks.com, Ebrary, Myilibrary, NetLibrary, Palgrave Connect Political & International Studies Collections

Multinational Enterprises in Latin America since the 1990s Pablo Toral, Mouat Junior Professor of International Studies at Beloit College, USA

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This volume provides an original analysis of the role of foreign firms in the structural reforms implemented by the Latin American governments since the 1980s with a focus on the making of the Spanish multinational enterprise.

Transaction Costs and Security Institutions Unravelling the ESDP Moritz Weiss, Senior Fellow and Lecturer, Centre for Security Economics and Technology, Institute of Political Science, University of St Gallen, Switzerland

Examines international cooperation in European security from a transaction cost economics perspective. April 2011 Hardback

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Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States

ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China Edited by Darryl S.L. Jarvis, Associate Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and Anthony Welch, Professor of Education, University of Sydney, Australia

Adam Hanieh, Lecturer in Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK

This book analyzes the recent development of Gulf capitalism through to the aftermath of the 2008 economic crisis. Situating the Gulf within the evolution of capitalism at a global scale, it presents a novel theoretical interpretation of this important region of the Middle East political economy.

This book explores the impact of the rise of China on South East Asia, addressing the consequences for some of Asia’s key economic sectors, including educational services, bio-technology, financial services, and the food industry, among others.

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Globalization, Wealth, and Power in the Twenty-first Century

Rise of China and India

William R. Nester, Professor of Government and Politics, St. John’s University, USA

Edited by Amelia U. Santos-Paulino, Research Fellow and Project Director, UNU-WIDER and Guanghua Wan, Senior Economist, Asian Development Bank

January 2011 Hardback

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Impacts, Prospects and Implications

This volume is a timely addition to the emerging literature on the rise of China and India, focusing on how rapid economic growth and geopolitical changes in these countries are reshaping the world economy and global governance. It covers issues such as productivity, labor market, trade competition, and energy. October 2010 Hardback

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The Myth about Global Civil Society Domestic Politics to Ban Landmines Daniela Tepe, Lecturer in European Studies and German, King’s College London, UK

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This book offers an in-depth exploration of all dimensions of geoeconomics, including the internal and international forces which explain why most countries remain mired in poverty; the conflicts between the poor on the rich countries; and the global environmental crises threatening the future of humanity.

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In order to help the understanding of international campaigning activities of Non-Governmental Organisations, Tepe analyses the domestic politics of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and provides a theoretical framework through which to access these. Contents: Introduction / IR and NGOs – a Simplistic Story? / NGOs and Materialist State Theory / The Landmines Campaign and the Ottawa Convention – The Involvement of NGOs in Banning Landmines / Discourses and Interests / The State and Civil Society / Conclusion December 2011 204pp 1 b/w table Hardback £55.00

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Making EU Foreign Policy National Preferences, European Norms and Common Policies Edited by Daniel C. Thomas, Associate Professor, Director, Dublin European Institute, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

A novel explanation of how EU member states overcome their divergent preferences to reach agreement on common foreign policies, with fourteen in-depth case studies covering diplomatic and security issues, enlargement, trade, development and environmental protection. May 2011 7 b/w tables Hardback

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Tragedy and International Relations

International Studies

Edited by Toni Erskine, Professor of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, UK and Richard Ned Lebow, James O. Freedman Presidential Professor of Government, Dartmouth College, USA

Edited by Pami Aalto, Jean Monnet Professor, School of Management, Vilho Harle, Professor of International Relations, both at School of Management, University of Tampere, Finland and Sami Moisio, Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, University of Oulu, Finland

Nowhere are clashes between competing ethical perspectives more prevalent than in the realm of International Relations. Thus, understanding tragedy is directly relevant to understanding IR. This volume explores the various ways that tragedy can be used as a lens through which international relations might be brought into clearer focus. March 2012 Hardback

240pp £57.50

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A Whole New World Reinventing International Studies for the PostWestern World Pierre P. Lizée, Chancellor’s Research Chair in Global Studies, Department of Political Science, Brock University, Canada

Borderland Russians Identity, Narrative and International Relations Geir Hønneland, Research Director, Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway

‘What a great snapshot of everyday identity in a Russian province! Local knowledge has arrived in International Relations.’ - Iver B. Neumann, Professor of Russian Studies, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and author of Uses of the Other: ‘the East’ in European Identity Formation. October 2010 184pp 17 b/w illustrations Hardback £58.00

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The consequences of the rise of emerging powers like China and India is becoming the most important topic of debate in international studies. This book focuses on the impact of these changes on the way we study international politics: if international politics is changing, should we also change international studies? July 2011 Hardback

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Interdisciplinary Approaches

Presenting International Studies as a wide, plural and inherently interdisciplinary field of research, this book shows its links with philosophy, peace research, history, geography, globalization studies, international political economy, political psychology, sociology and social theory, linguistics, strategic or war studies and anthropology. July 2011 288pp 8 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £60.00

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The Concept of the Political Hans J. Morgenthau

Edited by Hartmut Behr, Professor of International Relations, Newcastle University, UK and Felix Roesch, Center Associate of the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, Newcastle University, UK. Translated by Maeva Vidal

A growing interest in the oeuvre of Hans J. Morgenthau and in re-readings of 'classical realism' increases the significance of his European, preemigration writings in order to understand the work of one of the founding figures of IR. This book is the first English translation of Morgenthau's French monograph La notion du politique from 1933. April 2012 Hardback

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The Great Powers versus the Hegemon

Theory and Application of the “Generation” in International Relations and Politics

Ehsan M. Ahrari, Defense Consultant

This is a study of great power relations – China, India, and Russia – among themselves and with the hegemon – United States. Ahrari argues that the next decade may witness the emergence of a bipolar order where China’s dominance in economics is certain; however, China will not seriously challenge the military dominance of the U.S. November 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

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Major Powers and the Quest for Status in International Politics Global and Regional Perspectives Edited by Thomas J. Volgy, University of Arizona, USA, Renato Corbetta, University of Alabama, USA, Keith A. Grant and Ryan G. Baird, both at University of Arizona, USA

This book explores the effects and consequences of major global power and major regional power status attribution on the foreign policies of states striving for such status and the consequences of status differentiation for the international system and the post-Cold War international order. May 2011 Hardback

256pp £55.00

Modernity in Crisis A Dialogue on the Culture of Belonging Leonidas Donskis, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy, Vytautas Magnus University Kaunas, Lithuania

Edited by Brent J. Steele, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Kansas, USA and Jonathan M. Acuff, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Francis Marion University, USA

A blend of political theory, social theory, and philosophy of culture, the book will show the relationship and tension between thought and action, politics and literature, power and dissent in modern politics and culture.

The ‘generation’ has been largely forgotten in the fields of sociology and political science, especially regarding global politics. This volume re-engages the concept of a ‘generation,’ utilizing it to explore how it can help us understand a variety of processes and patterns in International Relations and Comparative Politics.  Contents: PART I: GENERATIONAL ANALYSIS: ANALYTICAL AND THEORETICAL POTENTIALITIES / Introduction: Reappraising Generational Analysis; B.J.Steele & J.M.Acuff / Never Trust Anyone Who Remembers Jerry Rubin: The Promise of Generational Conflict; B.J.Steele / Towards a Sociology of Generational Change: Foreign Policy Analysis Meets Social Theory; B.Herborth / Karl Mannheim, the Problem of Generations and the Sociology of Knowledge in IR; D.McCourt / PART II: EMPIRICAL DOMAINS OF GENERATIONAL ANALYSIS / Looking for the Next Generation in South African Politics; J.Youde / Generations at Home and Abroad: the Chinese Diaspora; M.Williams / Selling the US President to the Younger Generation: Changing Family Roles in Presidential Campaigns and Generational Attitude Shifts; J.Lucas / Generational Analysis and the Evolution of Military Doctrine and Strategy; J.M.Acuff / Generational Analysis in IR and Data from the World Values Survey; J.D.Carlson / PART III: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF GENERATIONAL ANALYSIS / Reflections on Generational Analysis; M.Roskin December 2011 272pp Hardback £55.00

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Analyzing Foreign Policy Derek Beech, Associate Professor of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark

Genuinely international in scope and drawing on a wide range of examples from around the world, this major new introduction to foreign policy analysis focuses on the key explanatory factors that underlie the foreign policies of states and other actors to show how theory can illuminate practice. February 2012 Hardback Paperback

Evolutionary Processes in World Politics Series Editor: William R. Thompson

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Public Participation in Foreign Policy Edited by James Headley, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Andreas Reitzig, Joe Burton, Department of Politics, both at University of Otago, New Zealand

Experts from academia, governments, think tanks, NGOs, trade unions, and business investigate whether the public should play a greater role in foreign policy making by analysing their current role in the Iraq war (USA), Post-Apartheid (South Africa), trade relations with China (New Zealand) and other cases. Contents: PART I: POWER TO THE PEOPLE? / Debating the Public’s Role in Foreign Policy; J.Headley & J-A. van Wyk / Examples and Limits of Public Participation in Foreign Policy Formulation; L.Beath / Does the Public Want to Participate?; J.Headley & A.Reitzig / PART II: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE / American Public Opinion and Foreign Policy After September 11: The Iraq War; O.R.Holsti / Public Participation in Post-Apartheid South African Foreign Policy; J-A.van Wyk / PART III: PARTICIPATORY CHANNELS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY / Peace and Disarmament Activism; K.Dewes / ‘Being a Good Neighbour’: New Zealand and Track Two Diplomacy in Southeast Asia; A.Butcher / Public Input into Free Trade Negotiations: The New Zealand-China FTA; A.Thompson, P.Conway & M.Crawford / PART IV: VOICES OF MINORITIES / Rights and Sovereignty of Indigenous Peoples: Implications for Foreign Policy; M.Bargh / Public Opinion in the Development of Foreign Policy in French Pacific Territories: The Example of New Caledonia; C.Diver / Pacific Islands Diaspora Groups and Foreign Policy; A.Durutalo / Conclusion: Some Reflections on Public Participation in Foreign Policy; J.Headley & J.Burton February 2012 288pp 6 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £57.50

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America’s Challenges in the Greater Middle East

Cross-Border Migration among Latin Americans

The Obama Administration’s Policies

European Perspectives and Beyond

Edited by Shahram Akbarzadeh, Associate Professor and Deputy Director, National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies, University of Melbourne, Australia

Barack Obama has faced many challenges in reversing U.S. policy on the Middle East. This book highlights points of resistance to Obama’s efforts regarding U.S. foreign policy and what lessons may be learned from this experience for the remainder of his presidency and his potential second term in office. Contents: Iraq; J.Yaphe / Iran; S.Akbarzadeh / Saudi Arabia; T.Lippman / Gulf Sheikhdoms; C.Koch / Pakistan;T. Hussain / Afghanistan; W.Maley / Somalia; K.Menkhaus / Egypt; M.Dunne / Israeli-Palestinian Dispute; B.MiltonEdwards / Central Asia; M.Brill Olcott / Maghreb; Y.Zoubir June 2011 Hardback

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Edited by Cathy McIlwaine, Reader, Department of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

This book aims to address this neglect in the European context with concentration on the UK case. Conceptually, it explores the meanings of diaspora and whether this is an appropriate concept to refer to Latin American migration to Europe in particular. Contents: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Latin American Migration across Borders; C.McIlwaine / PART I: UNDERSTANDING LATIN AMERICAN MIGRATION ACROSS BORDERS CONCEPTUALLY / Latin American Immigrants: A Transnational Asset Accumulation Framework; C.Moser & J.Ginieniewicz / Global Life Paths, Institutions, and Latin American Diasporas; A.J.Bailey & R.Mas Giralt / Latin American Domestic Workers Abroad: A Comparative and PolicyOriented Approach; Á.Escrivá & M.Díaz-Gorfinkiel / New Configurations of Gender and Families in the Experience of Andean Migration to Europe; G.Herrera / PART II: UNDERSTANDING LATIN AMERICAN MIGRATION TO THE UK / Making Visible the Invisible: An Overview of the Latin American Community in London; C.McIlwaine / Latin Americans’ Practices of Citizenship in the UK; D.Però / Researching Migrant Wellbeing: The Case of Peruvian Migrants in London; K.Wright / Gender and Age-Based Violence among Latin American Migrants in London; C.McIlwaine & F.Carlisle / The ‘Latin American Shopping Centre’: Commercial Spaces, Transnational Practices and Ethnicity amongst Colombian Migrants in London; J.Camilo Cock / Colombian Migrants and their Children in the North of England: Socio-Cultural ‘Invisibility’ and Young People’s Identity Strategies; R.Mas Giralt / Political Transnationalism among Colombian Migrants in London; A.Bermudez Torres / Creating ‘Alternative Geographies’: Religion and Brazilian Migrants in London and ‘Back Home’; O.Sheringham December 2011 288pp Hardback £55.00

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British Foreign Policy

The Foreign Policy of the European Union

The New Labour Years Edited by Oliver Daddow, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Department of Politics, History and International Relations, Loughborough University, UK and Jamie Gaskarth, Lecturer in International Relations, School of Management, University of Plymouth, UK

A major review of New Labour’s foreign policy from leading experts. This book re-imagines policy thinking, away from Churchill’s idea of Britain as at the intersection of ‘three circles’ (the English speaking world, Europe, and the Commonwealth) and towards a new conceptual model that takes into account identity, ethics and power. Contents: Foreword; S.Wall / Introduction: Blair, Brown and New Labour’s Foreign Policy, 1997-2010; J.Gaskarth & O.Daddow / PART I: IDENTITY / The New Labour Governments and Britain’s Role in the World; D.McCourt / New Labour, Devolution and British Identity: The Foreign Policy Consequences; P.Schnapper / New Labour, Leadership, and Foreign Policy-making after 1997; S.Dyson / Identity and New Labour’s Strategic Foreign Policy Thinking; J.Gaskarth / PART 2: ETHICS / From ‘Ethical Foreign Policy’ to National Security Strategy: Exporting Domestic Incoherence; T.McCormack / A Difficult Relationship: Britain’s ‘Doctrine of International Community and America’s ‘War on Terror’; J.Ralph / New Labour and Nuclear Weapons; D.Allen / PART 3: POWER / Still ‘leading from the edge’? New Labour and the European Union; P.Holden / Britain’s Relations with China Under New Labour: Engagement and Repulsion?; K.Brown / From Asset to Liability: Blair, Brown and the ‘Special Relationship; M.Phythian / New Labour, Defence and the ‘War on Terror’; M.Taylor / Conclusion; O.Daddow June 2011 304pp 1 figure and 2 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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‘[A] systematic analysis and must-have for all those interested in European studies and the international relations of the EU...It can serve both as a textbook to understand EU foreign policy holistically and as a reference book for researchers and students.’ - Oscar Pardo, Political Studies Review February 2008 Hardback Paperback

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After the Post-Cold War Asle Toje, Research Fellow, Norwegian Nobel Institute, Norway

After a decade of foreign policy integration Europe faces multipolarity, being internally divided and externally weak. Toje argues in this paperback edition that due to the lack of a workable decisionmaking mechanism the EU is destined to play the limited but distinct role of a small power in global politics. August 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Between State and Nation Diaspora Politics and Kin-state Nationalism in Hungary Myra A. Waterbury, Assistant Professor, Ohio University, USA

Normative Power Europe Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives

Based on a qualitative study of Hungary and its changing relationship to the three million ethnic Hungarians in neighbouring states, this book argues that it is not the ties of ethnicity, but the political interests of kin-state elites that drives states in Eastern Europe to take action on behalf of ethnic kin in neighboring states.

Edited by Richard G. Whitman, Professor of Politics, University of Bath, UK

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Transnational Europe

Eurasian Regionalism

Promise, Paradox, Limits

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation

Edited by Joan DeBardeleben, Professor, Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies and Achim Hurrelmann, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, both at Carleton University, Canada

Transnational connections are a defining feature of contemporary Europe. They include cross-border economic and cultural exchange, migration, and political activism. This volume probes their political and social significance and makes a case for incorporating transnationalism more systematically into the research agenda of European Studies. June 2011 Hardback

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European Union Foreign Policy From Effectiveness to Functionality Christopher J. Bickerton, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Scholars and policymakers in EU foreign policy lament the EU’s inability to assert itself on the world stage. This book explains this weakness by arguing that EU foreign policy is burdened by various internal functions, and systemizes the analysis of internal functionality, pushing the study beyond the concern with effectiveness. March 2011 Hardback

192pp £58.00

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Stephen Aris, Senior Researcher, Centre for Security Studies, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Security Strategies in the Asia-Pacific The United States’ “Second Front” in Southeast Asia Andrew T. H. Tan, Associate Professor and Convenor of International Studies, University of New South Wales, Australia

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) is attracting significant attention from governments and scholars. This study examines the evolution of the SCO as a regional security provider and a framework for cooperation, drawing on fieldwork interviews with officials and experts from its member-states. Contents: Introduction / The SCO’s Model for Regional Cooperation: an Institutional Framework within the Regional Context of Central Asia / The Member-States’ Perceptions on Security, Regional Cooperation and the SCO / Common Agenda, Disagreements and Changing Perceptions on Multilateralism / Approach to Regional Security: Conceptions, Foci and Practices - Regional Security Governance in Eurasia? / External Policy: Common Narrative, Other Eurasian Organisations and Expansion of Membership / Conclusion / Appendix 1 – Key Developments in Evolution of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation / Bibliography July 2011 224pp 216x138mm 2 b/w illustrations and 1 b/w tables Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-28527-9

Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific Series Editor: Mark Beeson ebook available from: Dawson ERA, Ebook Library, ebooks.com, Ebrary, Myilibrary, NetLibrary, Palgrave Connect Political & International Studies Collections http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=488664

This book argues that, given the existence of a discrete Malay archipelago security complex, it is a fallacy for the United States to approach this region primarily through the prism of global counterterrorism. July 2011 Hardback

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Territoriality, Asymmetry, and Autonomy Catalonia, Corsica, Hong Kong, and Tibet Susan J. Henders, Director, York Centre for Asian Research, York University, Canada

This comparative study of conflicts over asymmetrical territorial autonomy examines the special status processes in Tibet, Hong Kong, Catalonia, and Corsica. July 2011 Hardback

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News Media and EU-China Relations

West African Migrations

Li Zhang, Research Fellow, China Policy Institute, School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham, UK

This book investigates the role of the news media in the development of EU-China relations in the post-Cold War era.

March 2011 Hardback

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The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy

Edited by Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome, Professor of Political Science at CUNY-Brooklyn College, USA and Olufemi Vaughan, Director, Africana Studies Program, Bowdoin College, USA

Drawing on the interdisciplinary research projects of scholars from various social science and humanities disciplines, this book explores how African migration to Western countries after the neo-liberal economic reforms of the 1980s transformed West African states and their new transnational populations in Western countries. Contents: West African Migrations and Globalization: Introduction; M.O.Okome & O.Vaughan / ‘You can’t go home no more,’ Africans in America in the Age of Globalization; M.O.Okome / Transnational Identity Formation as a Kaleidoscopic Process: Social Location, Geography, and the Spirit of Critical Engagement; S.Zalanga / What to Wear? Dress and Transnational African Identity; E.P.Renne / Insurgent Transnational Conversations in Nigeria’s ‘Nollywood’ Cinema; P.Soyinka-Airewele / Centripetal forces: Reconciling Cosmopolitan Lives and Local Loyalty in a Malian Transnational Social field; B.Whitehouse / Towards an African Muslim Globality: The Parading of Transnational Identities in Black America; Z.Abdullah / African Migrant Worker Militancy in the Global North: Labor Contracting and Independent Worker Organizing in New York City; I.Ness / Transnational Memories and Identity; T.Ufomata / Arrested Nationalism, Imposed Transnationalism and the African Literature Classroom: One Nigerian Writer’s Learning Curve; P.Adesanmi January 2012 Hardback

Christopher Hill, Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations and Director, Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK

The Media at War

Transnational and Global Pathways in a New Century

288pp £55.00

Susan L. Carruthers, Associate Professor of the US and World Department of History, Rutgers University, USA

‘Studded with brilliant insight, Susan Carruthers draws on a wide range of disciplines to produce a carefully crafted analysis of the relationship between media and war. The result is a true tour de force that is guaranteed to inspire the reader.’ - David Welch, University of Kent, UK This completely revised and timely second edition explores how wars have been reported, interpreted and perpetuated from the dawn of the media age to the present digital era. Spanning a broad geographical and historical canvas, Carruthers analyses the forces that shape the production of news and images of war. February 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Media and the Politics of Failure Great Powers, Communication Strategies, and Military Defeats Laura Roselle, Professor of Political Science, Elon University, USA

Roselle analyzes how political leaders of powerful states use media to explain military defeats. The cases of the United States in Vietnam and the Soviet Union in Afghanistan highlight the role of great power identity, domestic politics, and media structure. Contents: Political Communication and Policy Legitimacy: Explaining Failure / War-Waging and Reassessment: Vietnam / Withdrawal and Aftermath: Vietnam / War-Waging and Reassessment: Afghanistan / Withdrawal and Aftermath: Afghanistan / Conclusions and a Post-Cold War Assessment November 2011 206pp Hardback £56.00 Paperback £19.99

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International Relations Theory A New Introduction Knud Erik Jørgensen, Professor of International Relations, University of Aarhus, Denmark

‘This text is just what’s needed to persuade students to see theory for the exciting intellectual adventure it is by encouraging the practice of theorizing, providing the necessary theoretical tools and historical context, and opening spaces across different paradigmatic lenses.’ - Rosemary E. Shinko, Bucknell University, USA This is a major textbook on International Relations theory which combines coverage of the main contending theories and approaches with crosscutting coverage of key current issues and debates; of the philosophical foundations of IR theory; and of why different theories are addressed to different research agendas.

Theories of International Relations 4th edition Scott Burchill, Deakin University, Australia, Andrew Linklater, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK, Richard Devetak, University of Queensland, Australia, Jack Donnelly, University of Denver, USA, Terry Nardin, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Matthew Paterson, University of Ottawa, Canada, Christian Reus-Smit, Australian National University, Australia and Jacqui True, University of Auckland, New Zealand

The fully updated and revised fourth edition of this widely-used text provides a comprehensive survey of leading perspectives in the field including entirely new chapters on Historical Sociology by Andrew Linklater and International Political Theory by Terry Nardin. February 2009 Hardback Paperback

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Ways of Knowing

The Anarchical Society

Competing Methodologies in Social and Political Research 2nd edition

A Study of Order in World Politics 4th edition

Jonathon Moses and Torbjørn Knutsen, both Professors of Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

The revised second edition of this innovative textbook on methodology in social and political science focuses centrally on the debate between positivist and constructivist approaches. Lively and accessible, the book introduces a range of key issues which show how methodological pluralism can be combined with intellectual rigour. Contents: Introduction / Philosophy of Natural Science / The Experimental Method / The Statistical Method / The Comparative Method / History, Interviews and Case Studies / Sowing Doubts about the Naturalist Methodology / A Constructivist Philosophy of Science / From Story Telling to Telling Histories / Comparing Interpretations / Interpretive Statistics / Interpretive Experiments / Conclusion May 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Rethinking International Relations Theory Martin Griffiths, Associate Professor in International Politics, Griffiths University, Australia

This innovative assessment of the current state of International Relations theory diagnoses a deep malaise in the field and proposes a reorientation from metatheoretical concerns to the theoretical exploration of central policy issues and dilemmas confronting the twenty-first century world. March 2011 Hardback Paperback

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The Anarchical Society A Study of Order in World Politics

On Rawls, Development and Global Justice The Freedom of Peoples

Hedley Bull, sometime Montague Burton Professor of International Politics, University of Oxford, UK

Huw Lloyd Williams, Lecturer, Department of International Politics, University of Aberstwyth, UK

Forewords by Andrew Hurrell and Stanley Hoffmann

Huw Lloyd Williams looks at the critical debate surrounding John Rawls’ The Law of Peoples. He responds to the work of cosmopolitan theorists and Amartya Sen, arguing that Rawls offers a persuasive and prescient moral approach to issues of global poverty and development.

This fourth edition of Hedley Bull's most systematic and Fourth Edition fundamental work marks With Forewords the 35th anniversary of by Andrew Hurrell and Stanley Hoffmann its original publication. The book includes a substantial new foreword by Andrew Hurrell examining the continuing relevance of The Anarchical Society to subsequent developments in theory and in the structures and practices of world politics. Hedley Bull

Contents: Foreword to the Four Edition: The Anarchical Society 35 years on by Andrew Hurrell / Preface / Introduction / PART 1: THE NATURE OF ORDER IN WORLD POLITICS / The Concept of Order in World Politics / Does Order Exist in World Politics? / How is Order Maintained in World Politics? / Order versus Justice in World Politics / PART 2: ORDER IN THE CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM / he Balance of Power and International Order / International Law and International Order / Diplomacy and International Order / War and International Order / The Great Powers and International Order / PART 3: ALTERNATIVE PATHS TO WORLD ORDER / Alternatives to the Contemporary States System / The Decline of the States System? / The Obsolescence of the States System? / The Reform of the States System? / Conclusion April 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Contents: Introduction / PART I / The Cosmopolitan Critique / Elucidating the ‘Libertarian’ Law of Peoples / A Duty with No Obligations? / PART II / Considering the Capability Perspective / Conceptualizing State Capability: The Freedom of Peoples / Actualising State Capability / PART III / A Duty in Equilibrium / Creeping Cosmopolitanism? / Conclusions March 2011 Hardback

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International Political Theory after Hobbes

After Secularism Rethinking Religion in Global Politics

Analysis, Interpretation and Orientation Edited by Raia Prokhovnik, Reader, Department of Politics and International Studies, The Open University, UK and Gabriella Slomp, Senior Lecturer in International Political Thought, University of St. Andrews, UK

The idea of international political theory after Hobbes is a timely and lively focus through which to raise questions about international politics. Contributors explore Hobbes’ views on contemporary international political theory and on international relations in the context of the history of political thought and Hobbesian realism. January 2011 Hardback

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Erin K. Wilson, Research Fellow, School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning, RMIT University, Australia

Having destabilized dominant assumptions about the nature of religion, there is now a need to develop new ways of thinking about this ever-present phenomenon in global politics. This book outlines a new approach to understanding religion and its relationship with politics in the West and globally for International Relations. Contents: Introduction / Subordinating Religion: The Logic of Secularism in International Relations Theory / Essentializing Religion: Institutional, Individual and Irrational / After Secularism: Relational Dialogism as an Alternative / Articulating Religion: Religion, Discourse and Identity in US Politics / Revealing Religion: An Alternative Account of Religion and Politics / Conclusion November 2011 232pp Hardback £57.50

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Understanding General Deterrence Theory and Application Stephen L. Quackenbush, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri, USA

This book bridges the divide between formal and quantitative studies of deterrence by empirically testing and extending perfect deterrence theory. The author focuses on general deterrence, which relates to managing relations between states at all times, not only during crises. Contents: Purpose and Method / General Deterrence Case Selection / Testing Perfect Deterrence Theory / Three-Party Extended Deterrence / Settlements, Deterrence, and Recurrent Conflict / Appendix 1: FORTRAN Program Used to Determine Active Dyads / Appendix 2: Subgame Perfect Equilibria of Three-Party Extended Deterrence Game / Appendix 3: Perfect Bayesian Equilibria of Three-Party Extended Deterrence Game November 2011 220pp 19pps tables and 11pp figuress Hardback £55.00

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The Security Dilemma Fear, Cooperation, and Trust in World Politics Ken Booth, E.H. Carr Professor of International Politics and Nicholas Wheeler, Professor of International Politics, both at University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK

'A major theoretical contribution on one of the core concepts in international politics. It is filled with smart insights and treats other approaches in a fair and sophisticated way. No future scholar will be able to write about the security dilemma without engaging this cutting-edge work.' - John J. Mearsheimer, University of Chicago, USA November 2007 384pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £25.99

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Metaphors in International Relations Theory

Foucault on Politics, Security and War Edited by Michael Dillon, Professor of Politics, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Lancaster, UK and Andrew W. Neal, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Edinburgh, UK

Michael P. Marks, Professor, Department of Politics, Willamette University, USA

An analysis of the language of metaphor in international relations theory, this book offers a comprehensive study of metaphors as they are employed by scholars of world affairs. Contents: Thoughts on Metaphor / The Metaphorical Context of International Relations / Contributions of Metaphors to International Relations Theory / Metaphors and Changing Conceptions of International Relations / Metaphors of Power / Metaphors of International Security / Metaphors of International Political Economy / Game Theory Metaphors / Regime Theory and Metaphors of European Integration / Analytical Problems of Metaphors in International Relations Theory (And Recommendations for Using Metaphors Wisely) August 2011 Hardback

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Foucault on Politics, Security and War interrogates Foucault’s controversial genealogy of modern biopolitics. These essays situate Foucault’s arguments, clarify the correlation of sovereign and bio-power and examine the relation of bios, nomos and race in relation to modern war. Contents: Introduction; M.Dillon & A.W.Neal / PART I: SITUATING FOUCAULT / Strategies for Waging Peace: Foucault as Collaborateur; S.Elden / PART II: POLITICS, SOVEREIGNTY, VIOLENCE / Goodbye War on Terror? Foucault and Butler on Discourses of Law, War and Exceptionalism; A.W.Neal / Life Struggles: War, Discipline, and Biopolitics in the Thought of Michel Foucault; J.Reid / Security: A Field Left Fallow; D.Bigo / Revisiting Franco’s Death: Life and Death and Bio-Political Governmentality; P.Palladino / PART III: BIOS, NOMOS, RACE / Law Versus History: Foucault’s Genealogy of Modern Sovereignty; M.Valverde / The Politics of Death: Race War, Bio-Power and AIDS in the Post-Apartheid; D.Fassin / Security, Race, and War; M.Dillon January 2011 Paperback

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‘Apparently overtaken by events in the very days of its first publication, Carr’s Twenty Years Crisis has never been more pertinent to the discussion of international relations than it is to-day: in a world beset by the twin extremes which he excoriated, a craven and short-sighted realism on the one hand, and an unanchored and irresponsible idealism on the other, Carr’s astute arguments should be central to our analysis of, and response to, the world of the twenty-first century.’ - Fred Halliday September 2001 344pp Paperback £20.99

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS/DIPLOMACY International Relations/ Diplomacy

The Counter-Revolution in Diplomacy and Other Essays

G.R. Berridge, Emeritus Professor of International Politics, University of Leicester, UK and Lorna Lloyd, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Keele University, UK

‘...very useful, informative, and exceedingly well-written reference tool.’ - Mark Y. Herring, American Reference Books Annual ‘This dictionary will be of great benefit to all those who have to use or understand diplomatic terms - students and teachers of international relations, professional diplomats, and journalists.’ - L. N Rangarajan, International Affairs Indispensable for students of diplomacy and junior members of diplomatic services, this dictionary not only covers diplomacy’s jargon but also includes entries on legal terms, political events, international organizations, e-Diplomacy, and major figures who have occupied the diplomatic scene or have written about it over the last half millennium. Contents: Preface to the First Edition / Preface to the Second Edition / Preface to the Third Edition / Notes on Using the Dictionary / The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy / Bibliography February 2012 Hardback Paperback

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Theory and Practice G.R. Berridge, Emeritus Professor of International Politics, University of Leicester, UK

G.R. Berridge, Emeritus Professor of International Politics, University of Leicester, UK

The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy 3rd edition

Diplomacy

‘[This book] showcases a master in the analysis of modern diplomacy at work. All of the essays are compellingly, wittily and, at times, beautifully written in a way which makes them accessible to the expert and general reader alike. The quality of the book is first class.’ - Paul Sharp, Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA

Diplomacy, widely recognized as the standard textbook on its subject and already translated into six languages, has been comprehensively updated, reorganized and greatly expanded. There are new chapters on consuls, public diplomacy, special envoys, and how agreements are best followed up, the last featuring a close look at ‘No torture’ agreements.

This book brings together for the first time a large collection of essays (including three new ones) of a leading writer on diplomacy. They challenge the fashionable view that the novel features of contemporary diplomacy are its most important, and use new historical research to explore questions not previously treated in the same systematic manner

Contents: Introduction / The Ministry of Foreign Affairs / PART I: THE ART OF NEGOTIATION / Introduction to Part I / Prenegotiations / ‘Around-the-Table’ Negotiations / Diplomatic Momentum / Packaging Agreements / Following Up / PART II: DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS / Introduction to Part II / Embassies / Consulates / Conferences / Summits / ‘Public Diplomacy’ / Telecommunications / PART III: DIPLOMACY WITHOUT DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS / Introduction to Part III / Disguised Embassies / Special Missions / Mediation / Conclusion / References / Index

Contents: The Counter-Revolution in Diplomacy / The Origins of the Diplomatic Corps: Rome to Constantinople / Diplomatic Education and Training: The British Tradition / A Political Consul in Nineteenth Century Armenia / Specific Reciprocity and the 105 Soviet Spies / Home or Away? / Diplomacy after Death / British Ambassadors and their Families in Constantinople / Communicating with the Orient before the Twentieth Century / Wartime Embassies February 2011 Hardback

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Al Jazeera English

Feeling the Heat

Sustained Dialogue in Conflicts

Global News in a Changing World

The Politics of Climate Policy in Rapidly Industrializing Countries

Transformation and Change

Edited by Philip Seib, Professor, University of Southern California’s Annenberg School and Director of the USC’s Center on Public Diplomacy

This is the first book to thoroughly examine Al Jazeera English and its coverage methods, its effects on its audience, and its place in the world of mediated geopolitics. Contents: The Origins of Al Jazeera English; S.Powers / The Nature of the Channel’s Global Audience; H.Amin / Content: The Messages of AJE’s News; T.U.Figenschou / AJE After the Arab Spring: The Politics of Distribution in the United States; W.Youmans / Covering and Reaching Africa; A.Arsenault / Covering and Reaching South Asia; M.Kugelman / Covering Gaza 2008-2009: A Palestinian View; R.N.Merriman / Covering Gaza 2008-2009: An Israeli View; E.Gilboa / AJE’s Conciliatory Role: Covering the ‘Ground Zero Mosque’ Controversy; M.El-Nawawy / Conclusion: AJE in the World; P.Seib March 2012 Hardback Paperback

224pp £58.00 £15.99

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The Involvement of State Governments in US Foreign Relations Samuel Lucas McMillan, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Lander University, USA

An examination of how US states and governors connect to American foreign relations, this book argues that these subnational actors should be analyzed in international relations scholarship. 

February 2012 Hardback

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To avoid uncontrolled climate change, greenhouse gas emissions will have to be brought under control by major emitters outside the affluent West. The authors investigate the political obstacles in BRIC countries and what their governments could do to strengthen climate policies without incurring serious political damage.

Energy, Climate and the Environment Series Editor: David Elliott

Contents: Linking International Relations to American Politics / The Changing Roles of Governors / US State Politics, Federalism, and Intergovernmental Relations / Subnational Governments in the International System / US States and Governors in Foreign Relations / Analysis of Governors’ Foreign Relations Activities / US States and Governors in Foreign Economic Relations / Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment and Export Promotion / Conclusions and Future Research

Harold H. Saunders, Director of International Affairs, Kettering Foundation and Chairman and President, International Institute for Sustained Dialogue

Edited by Ian Bailey, Associate Professor of Human Geography, University of Plymouth, UK and Hugh Compston, Professor of Politics, School of European Studies, Cardiff University, UK

Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence Adam Svendsen, Consultant, International Relations and Strategic Studies, UK April 2012 Hardback

288pp £60.00

Citizens in our deeply, angrily divided world desperately need peaceful and productive ways of relating to each other. Rooted in four decades of intense experience in deepseated human conflicts, Saunders presents a peaceful way of transforming destructive relationships and designing change. Contents: Why Sustained Dialogue? / PART I: HISTORICAL SETTING AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK / The First Half-Century: Setting and Timeline / Peace Process: Pre-1982 Roots of Sustained Dialogue / Framework for Analysis: Sustained Dialogue as Process / PART II: THE FIRST LABORATORY / Beginning a Dialogue: Dialogue about Dialogue / How to Talk about Problems and Relationships: The Struggle for Dialogue / Talking, Listening, and Thinking Interactively: Dialogue Experienced / Thinking Together about Acting Together: Sustained Dialogue Takes Shape / Conceptualizing the Process / PART III: TESTING THE FIVE-STAGE PROCESS OF SUSTAINED DIALOGUE / The First Test: Tajikistan / Testing the Limits: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nagorno Karabakh; P.Stewart / Arab-American-European Dialogue: Working Together toward a New Relationship between the Arab Region and the West (2001-2007); R.Slim / PART IV: SUSTAINED DIALOGUE IN PEACEBUILDING / Mini-dialogues and Hybrids in Tajikistan; P.Mullojanov & R.Slim / Process, Place, and People: The Three P’s of Sustained Dialogue in South Africa; T.Nemeroff / Sustained Dialogue Campus Network; P.Parker / PART V: REFLECTIONS / Evaluation in an Open-ended Political Process: Civic Learning and the Citizen Evaluator / Transforming Relationships. . .Designing Change January 2012 Hardback

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Making Peace

The Genocide Debate

The Contribution of International Institutions

Politicians, Academics, and Victims

Edited by Guillaume Devin, Professor of Political Science, Sciences PO, Paris, France

Do international institutions really contribute to building a lasting peace? As diplomats, practitioners with these institutions, and experts on their processes, the authors underline the strengths and weaknesses that international actors have created and won’t abandon.

Contents: Introduction: Who Makes the Peacemaking Institutions?; G.Devin / PART I: CONTROLLING NEGATIVE PEACE / What Remains of Collective Security?; A.Dejammet / The Fight against Chemical and Biological Weapons: The Role and Performance of Competent Institutions; H.Léval / Preventing Nuclear Proliferation: The Role of the IAEA; A.Behar / Mediation by Intergovernmental Organizations; C.Tenenbaum / PART II: PROMOTING POSITIVE PEACE / The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: An Initial Assessment; R.Azar / Human Security and UNHCR; L.Aubin / Liberal Peace and Assistance in Central Asia; S.Tadjbakhah / Reducing Poverty and Inequality? What is the Purpose of UNDP?; J.M.Bellot & J.M.Châtaigner / Punishment, Dissuasion, Reparation: The Scope of International Criminal Justice; A.Bernard & K.Bonneau / Conclusion: Peace between Multilateralism and Power; B.Badie December 2011 208pp Hardback £55.00

Donald W. Beachler, Associate Professor of Politics, Ithaca College, USA

Neither a case study of a particular genocide nor a work of comparative genocide, this book explores the political constraints and imperatives that motivate debates about genocide in the academic world and, to a lesser extent, in the political arena. The book is an analysis of the ways that political interests shape discourse about genocide. Contents: Introduction: A Most Sensitive Matter / Bangladesh: The Politics of Genocide Neglect / Arguing About Cambodia Genocide and Political Interest / Who Was the Biggest Victim? Genocide and the Politics of Suffering / The Disputed Fate of the Ottoman Armenians / Genocide Provocation: The Ottoman Armenians and the Rwandan Tutsis / Final Thoughts: Still Others Seek Their Due September 2011 212pp Hardback £55.00

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The Pacific Islands in China’s Grand Strategy Small States, Big Games Jian Yang, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New Zealand

This book looks at Chinese policy towards the South Pacific in the context of China’s grand strategy. Analysts are divided on the implications of China’s deepening involvement in the region and the study of Chinese involvement in the South Pacific is a part of the great debate on the rise of China.

Contents: China’s Growing Involvement in the South Pacific / Great Power Game: China and the Evolving Regional Order / China’s Security Concerns and Grand Strategy / The Taipei-Beijing Diplomatic Rivalry / China in Fiji: Displacing Traditional Players? / Overseas Chinese in the South Pacific: China’s World Wide Web / Interactions with Regional Powers: Balancing Interests / Conclusion: Pacific Islands in China’s Grand Strategy / Appendix 1: Official visits between PRC, Taiwan and Pacific Island Countries / Appendix 2: Trade between Pacific Island Countries and Selected Economies / Appendix 3: Australian ODA to Pacific Island Countries / Appendix 4: NZAID Bilateral Expenditure November 2011 254pp 216x138mm 2pp figures, 16pp tables and 1 map Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-11323-7

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Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia Joel Rathus, EABER Scholar, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research (EABER), Australian National University, Australia

Viewing the rise of China from Japan’s perspective, the author elucidates Japanese policy responses and their implications for regional institution building. It fills a gap in knowledge about the development of East Asian regional institutions and Sino-Japanese relationships. Contents: Introduction: A Puzzle of Regions and Institutions / Sino-Japanese relations and East Asian Regionalism: An Eclectic Approach / The Rise of China, Japan and the Parameters of the Policy Response / An East Asian Free Trade Area: Competitive Arrangements / The Chiang Mai Initiative: Real Financial Regionalism? / The ASEAN Regional Forum: Security and Community / The Asian Development Bank: A Rising Tide? / Conclusion: A Networked Regionalism October 2011 248pp 22 figures and 3 b/w tables Hardback £57.50

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The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance

The Origin of Ping-Pong Diplomacy

Regional Multilateralism

The Forgotten Architect of Sino-U.S. Rapprochement

Edited by Takashi Inoguchi, President of University of Niigata Prefecture, Japan, G. John Ikenberry, Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, USA and Yoichiro Sato, formerly Professor, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Hawaii, USA

In this book, American and Japanese experts examine to what extent diverging priorities in the U.S.-Japan alliance are real and whether they are not remedied with political and diplomatic leadership and other processes. American and Japanese authors are paired to analyze the same topic, where doing so is possible, for comparing their perspectives. Contents: Alliance Constrained: Japan, the United States and Global security; T.Inoguchi & J.Ikenberry / Bilateral Merits of Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; T.Shinoda / Bilateral Merits of Alliance: An American Perspective; S.Smith / Global Merits of Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; A.Fukushima / Global Merits of Alliance: An American Perspective; M.Mastanduno / Korea and the Japan-United States Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; Y.Sakata / Korea and the United States-Japan Alliance: An American Perspective; S.Snyder / China and the Japan-United States Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; C.Ueki / China and the United States – Japan Alliance: An American Perspective; A.Goldstein / Russia and the Japan-United States Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; A.Kawato / Russia and the United States-Japan Alliance: An American Perspective; J.Ferguson / The ASEAN and Australia and the Japan-United States Alliance: A Japanese Perspective; T.Terada / The ASEAN and Australia and the United States-Japan Alliance: An American Perspective; S.Simon / Conclusion; G.J.Ikenberry, T.Inoguchi & Y.Sato September 2011 322pp 2pp tables and 3pp figures Hardback £55.00

Mayumi Itoh, formerly Professor of Political Science, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

Why and how did Japan Table Tennis Association President Goto Koji invite China to participate in the World Table Tennis Championships in Nagoya, Japan, in 1971 (the Nagoya World’s)? Against strong opposition at home and abroad, Goto Koji created a stage for Premier Zhou Enlai to launch Ping-Pong Diplomacy, which changed world history forever. Contents: International Political Background / Goto Koji and Meiden School / Goto Koji and Table Tennis / Goto Makes the Decision / Mr. Goto Goes to China / Nagoya World Table Tennis Championships / U.S. Response: President Nixon Goes to China / Japan’s Response: Prime Minister Tanaka Goes to China / Conclusion: Lessons of Ping-Pong Diplomacy August 2011 266pp 1 map and 8pp illustrations Hardback £55.00

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Public Diplomacy and Soft Power in East Asia Edited by Sook Jong Lee, Associate Professor of Public Administration, Graduate School of Governance, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea and Jan Melissen, Head of Clingendael Diplomatic Studies Programme, Netherlands Institute of International Relations

This book discusses the question of soft power and public diplomacy challenges in East Asian context. Both concepts originate in the West, and in a sense this book can therefore be seen as an exercise in critically assessing soft power and public diplomacy in a different geographical and cultural setting. March 2011 8pp figures Hardback

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American Foreign Policy in Regions of Conflict

The Practice of Public Diplomacy Confronting Challenges Abroad

A Global Perspective

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The conduct of public diplomacy is carried out as much abroad, by Foreign Service Officers (FSOs) stationed at U.S. embassies, as it is in Washington. This book focuses on what FSOs do in actual practice in field operations.

A comprehensive look at American foreign policy in regions of conflict throughout the world. Contents: Introduction: Comparative Politics Meets International Relations / Western Europe: Traditional Allies, New Conflicts / Russia and Eastern Europe: New Allies, Old Conflicts / East Asia: The World’s Most Dynamic Area / South and Southeast Asia: Emerging Countries, New Complications / The Middle East: A ‘Clash of Civilizations’? / Latin America: The Forgotten Hemisphere / Sub-Saharan Africa: Not-so-Benign Neglect May 2011 8pp tables Hardback

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The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations Edited by Cheng-yi Lin, Executive Director, Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS) and Research Fellow, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and Denny Roy, Senior Fellow, Research Program, East-West Center, Hawaii

Relations across the Taiwan Strait were unstable for decades before May 2008. Several acknowledged “crises” raised the possibility of war between China and the US and/or Taiwan and at times political disputes wracked the US-Taiwan relationship. Nevertheless, the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA) of 1979 helped maintain peace by deterring coercive actions by China against the island. Contents: Foreword; S.Krasner / Taiwan’s Political Development and US-China Relations; J-P.Cabestan / The ‘ASL’ as the ‘Anti-TRA’: The Impact of China’s AntiSecession Law on U.S. Relations with Taiwan; J.Tkacik Jr. / The TRA, Cross-Strait Relations, and Sino-U.S Relations: Searching for Cross-Strait Stability; R.Hu / A Status Quo with Different Interpretations: Taiwan, China, the US and Security in the Taiwan Strait; C.Lin / Lobbying for a ‘USTaiwan FTA’ in the US Congress: Which ‘Fast track’? What Target?; D.Huang / Taiwan’s Participation in the World Health Organization: The U.S. ‘Facilitator’ Role; J.Chang / The US as a Balancer in Cross-Strait Relations, 20002008; J.Wu / The U.S.-China-Taiwan Relationship: New Circumstances, Persistent Challenges; D.Roy / Japan’s Perspective of US-China-Taiwan Relations; Y.Nakai / U.S. Debates about Taiwan’s Security, 1979-2009; M.Pillsbury / Appendix: Taiwan and the TRA: Past, Present and Future; S.Young April 2011 Hardback

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Regional Representations in the EU: Between Diplomacy and Interest Mediation

Fighting for Darfur Public Action and the Struggle to Stop Genocide Rebecca Hamilton, Special Correspondent for The Washington Post in Sudan with support from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and Fellow, New America Foundation

Carolyn Rowe, Lecturer in Politics, Aston Centre for Europe, Aston University, UK

Offices in Brussels representing the interests of regional actors in the EU have carved out a niche position within Europe’s expanding multilevel political system. They are now the most visible indicators of the growing role played by EU regions. How can we understand their contribution to EU governance? What do they deliver to Europe’s regions? Contents: Regional Representations in the EU: An Introduction / Regional Representations in the EU: A Framework for Analysis / Regional Offices and the Domestic Politics of Europe / The Activity Profile of Regional Representations in the EU / Resourcing and Organisational Principles / Strategic Direction and Accountability / Conclusion July 2011 256pp 17 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £57.50

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'My deepest conviction is that we have both a responsibility to remember and a responsibility to protect. Genocide is not inevitable or unstoppable - unless we choose to let it happen.’ - Mia Farrow, from the Foreword Author Rebecca Hamilton was a key player in the international human rights movement. Drawing on her conversations with the likes of Colin Powell, Michael Gerson, Kofin Annan and Robert Zoellick, this is an inspirational story of how regular citizens can affect foreign policy, and reignite our leaders with a sense of passion and morality. Contents: Preface; M.Farrow / Introduction / PART I: BEFORE THE OUTCRY / An Ungovernable Land / The Stage Is Set for Genocide / Darfur Attracts Attention / PART II: BUILDING THE OUTCRY RWANDA NEVER HAD / Citizens Heed the Call / Who Will Deliver Justice? / Who Will Provide Protection? / Who Will Push for Peace? / The Limits of the Rwanda Model / PART III: REVISITING ASSUMPTIONS / Searching for a New Way Forward / Moving China / The ICC in Action / PART IV: DARFUR AND BEYOND / While We Were Watching Darfur / Elections and Expectations / Conclusions / Acknowledgments March 2011 Hardback

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The India-Pakistan Military Standoff Crisis and Escalation in South Asia Edited by Zachary S. Davis, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA

This book focuses on the 2001-2002 crisis that brought India and Pakistan to the brink of war. Authors focus on: the political history that led to the crisis; the conventional military environment, the nuclear environment and coercive diplomacy and de-escalation during the crisis; and how South Asia can avoid similar crises in the future. March 2011 Hardback

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Contemporary Security and Strategy 3rd edition Edited by Craig A. Snyder, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Deakin University, Australia

'An outstanding book, written by distinguished scholars, that provides a comprehensive picture of security and strategy in our time. It stands out from other texts in better balancing theoretical insights and empirical investigations, and in bringing out so clearly the core debates and dilemmas that define security and international order in the twenty-first century.’ - Amitav Acharya, American University, Washington DC, USA This text brings together a range of speciallycommissioned chapters to provide an accessible introduction to Security Studies in the twenty-first century. The third edition has been expanded to cover non-military challenges to security, and includes new learning aids. Contents: Contemporary Security and Strategy / Realism and Security Studies / Beyond Strategy: Critical Thinking on the New Security Studies / Environmental Security / Human Security / Security Implications of the Arms Trade / The Causes of War / Military Strategy and the New World Order / The Transformation of War / Nuclear Strategy / Challenges and Opportunities for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime / Terrorism and Insurgency / Intervention: The Utility of Force in International Politics / Great Powers and the International System: Between Unilateralism and Multilateralism / Regional Security and Regional Conflict December 2011 392pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £26.99

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'A highly readable introduction to the study of international security which provides students with a clear and comprehensive account of the main dynamics behind the key fault lines of the twentyfirst century. Its great merits are that theory is deployed to illustrate empirical reality rather than as an end in itself, its skilful navigation between explanatory narrative and normative prescription, and that it sets international security firmly within the context of complex political processes being played out around the globe.' - Jolyon Howorth, Yale University, USA and University of Bath, UK An exceptionally wide-ranging introduction to International Security in the twenty-first century. This takes a distinctively systematic approach centred on how and why particular issues get onto the international security agenda and particular choices and outcomes ensue, assessing the explanatory power of contending approaches in this context. Contents: International Relations and International Security / Continuity and Change in International Security Studies / The Politics of International Security / Interstate War / Intrastate War / Weapons Proliferation / International Terrorism / International Crime / International Economic Security / International Environmental and Resource Security / International Public Health / International Population Trends / Conclusion March 2010 Hardback Paperback

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Selling a Just War

Ethics, Law and Military Operations

Framing, Legitimacy and US Military Intervention

Edited by David Whetham, Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies, King’s College London, UK

Michael J. Butler, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Clark University, USA

Butler sheds light on how American political leaders sell the decision to intervene with military force to the public and how a just war frame is employed in US foreign policy. He provides three post-Cold War examples of foreign policy crises: the Persian Gulf War (1990-91), Kosovo (1999), and Afghanistan (2001). Contents: Introduction / Entering the Just War ‘Conversation’ / Framing, Foreign Policy, and Just Wars / Analyzing the Just War Frame / The Gulf War: Desert Shield, Desert Storm / Kosovo: Allied Force and the Noble Anvil / Afghanistan: Enduring Freedom and Infinite Justice / Conclusion: Selling a Just War March 2012 304pp 14 b/w tables and 36 figures Hardback £60.00

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Blair’s Just War Iraq and the Illusion of Morality Peter Lee, Lecturer in Air Power Studies, King’s College London, UK

Bringing together both contemporary and historical just war concepts, Peter Lee shows that Blair’s illusion of morality evaporated quickly and irretrievably after the 2003 Iraq invasion because the ideas Blair relied upon were taken out of their historical context and applied in a global political system where they no longer hold sway. November 2011 224pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £19.99

'Displaying a rare combination of intellectual rigour and practical wisdom, this highly recommended volume shows how the interplay of law and ethics affects and constrains the planning and execution of modern military campaigns.’ - Don Carrick, Military Ethics Education Network, University of Hull, UK While there are many legal textbooks on the laws of armed conflict and academic works on ethical issues in international relations, this is the first text on the relevance of legal and normative issues in military practice. It covers the entire spectrum of military operations and is written with military decision-makers particularly in mind. Contents: Introduction - Purpose Content and Structure / Ethics, Law and Military Operations / A View From Realism / A Nonviolent Challenge to Conflict / The Just War Tradition - A Pragmatic Compromise / War Law and its Intersections / Law at the Operational Level / Civilian Protection and Force Protection / The Ethical Challenge of the Complex Security Environment / Understanding Atrocities: What Commanders Should do to Prevent Them / To Whom Does a Military Medical Commander Owe a Moral Duty? / The Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence / The Ethical and Legal Challenges of Operational Command September 2010 248pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £25.99

EU internal security concerns such as migration, police and judicial cooperation are today part of EU foreign policy. This book shows how those concerns dominate the EU agenda towards Mediterranean countries. Adopting a rationalchoice institutionalist approach, it explores EU policy and the strategic choices made after the 2011 Arab revolts. Contents: Introduction / A Rational-Historical Institutionalist Approach / Justice and Home Affairs and its Mediterranean Dimension / Legacies and State’s Preferences / Border Management in the Mediterranean / The Mediterranean Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism / Rule of Law Promotion in Egypt / Conclusions / Bibliography / Annexes / Endnotes March 2012 Hardback

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The European Union in Global Security

The Europeanization of National Foreign Policy

The Politics of Impact

Continuity and Change in European Crisis Management

Roy H. Ginsberg, Professor of Government and Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration Studies, Skidmore College, USA and Susan E. Penksa, Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Westmont College, USA

Does the EU matter in international security? The authors identify and explain the drivers of and brakes to EU foreign security action, offer methods of assessment to ascertain influence, and conclude that the union has become a niche international security provider that has in turn strengthened EU foreign policy. Contents: Review of the Literature / CSDP in Context / The Internal Politics of CSDP Missions / The External Effects of CSDP Missions / Impact on International Security Providers / CSDP in the EU Foreign Policy System and Beyond / February 2012 288pp 216x138mm 6 b/w tables and 1 b/w line drawing Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-24826-7

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Explaining the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy Theory in Action Edited by Xymena Kurowska, Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations and European Studies and Fabian Breuer, Personal Assistant to the President, European University Institute, Italy

An engaging assessment of the theoretical debates on the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP). The contributions to this volume bring together sophisticated theoretical frameworks and extensive empirical research. Pluralistic in its approach, the volume emphasizes the role of conceptual diversity for better explaining the EU’s CSDP. November 2011 272pp Hardback £57.50

Eva Gross, Senior Research Fellow for European Foreign and Security Policy, Free University Brussels, Belgium

‘...as an account of ten years of ESDP and its implications for national policy-making, this is an invaluable book.’ European Voice Eva Gross analyzes changing national preferences towards the EU CFSP and ESDP by providing detailed accounts of British, French and German crisis decision-making in FYROM, Afghanistan, Lebanon and DR Congo. While transatlantic relations remain important, crisis management under the EU label is increasingly accepted in national capitals. Contents: The Europeanization of National Foreign Policy? / Continuity and Change in European Crisis Management / Britain: Balancing European and Transatlantic Commitments / France: Exporting National Preferences / Germany: From Bystander to Participant / From Continuity to Change: An Emerging European Crisis Management Policy? July 2011 216pp 3 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £52.50 Paperback £24.99

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A wide-ranging assessment by a leading authority on contemporary US-EU security relations. This book systematically examines the development of the relationship since the Cold War and considers how global and European issues such as EU enlargement, international terrorism and the war on terror have affected security relations. Contents: Introduction / Conceptualising the Transatlantic Relationship / States and Institutional Relationships / ESDI to CSDP / Enlargement of the European Union / States of Concern / Nuclear NonProliferation and Counter-Proliferation / Transatlantic Homeland Security Cooperation / Conclusion April 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe

Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe

Edited by Huub Dijstelbloem, Senior Researcher, Scientific Council for Government Policy, The Netherlands and Albert Meijer, Associate Professor, Utrecht School of Governance, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

European borders that aim to control migration and mobility increasingly rely on technology to distinguish between citizens and aliens. This book explores new tensions in Europe between states and citizens, and between politics, technology and human rights. February 2011 208pp 2 figures and 7 b/w tables Hardback £52.50

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Mounting a vigorous critique on existing approaches to transnational policing, this book lays out an argument situating transnational policing within contemporary transformations of the capitalist state and imperialism, looking at the particular case of regional police cooperation against sex trafficking in Southeast Europe.

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Turkey’s Future Role and Impact

Policing the Imperialist Chain

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Study of Transnational Policing / Imperialism, the State and the Police / The Global Prohibition Regime on Human Trafficking / Politics and Policing Sex Trafficking in SE Europe / Policing Sex Trafficking in Greece / Conclusion: The Mirage of Transnational Policing / References

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 Contents: Introduction / Geopolitics and Energy Security: The Inevitable Connection / Energy Security in the European Union: Challenges and Perspectives / Greater Caspian Sea Area: A Major Alternative for European Energy Security? / Turkish Foreign and Energy Policy after the Cold War / Turkey’s Role in European Energy Security / Conclusion June 2011 216pp 216x138mm 26 b/w tables, 49 figures and 2 maps Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-25268-4

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Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change

Public Security in the Negotiated State

The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Movement

The Asia-Pacific Experience

Policing in Latin America and Beyond

Combatants for Peace

Edited by Luca Anceschi, Lecturer in International Relations, LaTrobe University, Australia and Jonathan Symons, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Markus-Michael Müller, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Area Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany

Leading scholars assess the transformations in energy security policy that flow from recognition of global climate change. They explore through case studies the key policy responses formulated in the Asia-Pacific and identify potential synergies between energy policy and climate mitigation efforts. Contents: Introduction: Challenges to Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change; J.Symons / PART I: CONCEPTUALISING ENERGY SECURITY IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE / Energy Security and Climate Security under Conditions of the Anthropocene; M.Mayer & P.Schouten / Unmasking the Invisible Giant: Energy Efficiency in the Politics of Climate and Energy; M.Lister / National Energy Security in a World Where Use of Fossil Fuels is Constrained; H.Saddler / Can Energy Security and Effective Climate Change Policies Be Compatible?; M.Diesendorf / PART II: CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY POLICY FORMULATION IN ASIA-PACIFIC / Energy and Environmental Challenges in China; X.Yi-chong / Energy Security and Climate Change Challenges: India’s Dilemma and Policy Responses; T.C.Bisht / Conflicting Policies: Energy Security and Climate Change Policies in Japan; A.Sawa / Russia’s Energy Security and Emissions Trends: Synergies and Contradictions; A.Korppoo & T.Spencer / Energy Security in Indonesia; B.P.Resosudarmo, A.Alisjahbana & D.A.Nurdianto / Energy Governance and Climate Change: Central Asia’s Uneasy Nexus; L.Anceschi / More Fossil Fuels and Less Carbon Emissions: Australia’s Policy Paradox; L.Glover / PART III: MULTILATERAL ENERGY GOVERNANCE IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE / Energy Security and Climate Change – Tensions and Synergies; P.Christoff / Rethinking Energy Security in a Time of Transition; J.Falk / Energy Governance in the Era of Climate Change; J.A.Camilleri / Interconnections between Climate and Energy Governance; J.Symons November 2011 320pp 22 figures and 11 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

Donna Perry, Associate Director, Thomas S. Durant Fellowship for Refugee Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

Policing and security governance in areas of limited statehood have become central issues in contemporary academic and political debates. This book offers an in-depth study on public security provision, the resulting state-society relations, and policing in Mexico City. Contents: Introduction: The State, Policing and (In) Security in ‘Most of the World’ / The Negotiated State and Policing in Mexico / The Contemporary Mexico City Police / Policing and Capital City Politics / The Transnationalization of Policing in Mexico City / Neighborhood Images: Policing in Coyoacán and Iztapalapa / Looking Beyond Mexico December 2011 288pp 8 tables Hardback £57.50

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dignity of both peoples.

This study shows the promise of IsraeliPalestinian peace from the perspective of former combatants who transform themselves, each other, and those around them through moral conviction and action that reclaims the

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International Crime in the 20th Century

Forecasting, Warning and Responding to Transnational Risks

The League of Nations Era, 1919-1939

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Worldwide Crime Wave / The International Underworld / International Crime Prevention / Traffic in Women / The Drug Trade / Political Murder and Terrorism / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index August 2011 Hardback

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Thomas Bruneau, Distinguished Professor and Harold Trinkunas, Associate Professor, both at Naval Postgraduate School

Edited by Chiara de Franco, Research Associate and Christoph O. Meyer, Lecturer in European Studies, both at King’s College London, UK

Paul Knepper, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, University of Sheffield, UK

Between 1919 and 1939, crime received a prominent place on the international public agenda. This book explores the blueprint for twenty-first century international crime prevention - The League of Nations approach - which established institutions for confronting dangerous drugs, traffic in women and terrorist violence.

Global Politics of Defense Reform

Assembling a high profile group of scholars and practitioners, this book investigates the interplay of forecasting; warnings about, and responses to, known and unknown transnational risks. It challenges conventional accounts of ‘failures’ of warning and preventive policy in both the academic literature and public debate. July 2011 304pp 12 figures and 4 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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Contents: PART I: GLOBAL TRENDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR DEFENSE REFORM / Global Trends and their Impact on Civil-Military Relations; T.C.Bruneau & H.A.Trinkunas / Globalization and the Impact of Norms on Defense Restructuring; A.L.Clunan / International Democracy Promotion and its Impact on Civil-Military Relations; T.C.Bruneau & H.A.Trinkunas / Changing International Threat Perceptions; J.J.Wirtz / PART II: CASE STUDIES AND CONCLUSION / Democratic Consolidation in Chilean Civil-Military Relations: 1990-2005; M.Robledo / Preserving Autonomy in Conflict: Civil-Military Relations in Colombia; D.Porch / ‘From National, Through Regional, to Universal’: Security and Defense Reform in Romania; L.Muresan & M.Zulean / The Global Determinants of Defense Restructuring: The Case of the United States; J.Schweiter & K.Wincup / India: Imbalance under Civilian Control; R.Basrur / Defense Reforms, Civil-Military Relations, and the Defense of Taiwan; T.Yoshihara / Democratization and the Challenge of Defense Reform in Indonesia; M.Malley / The Challenge to Reform Defense; D.Pion-Berlin May 2011 Hardback

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The Politics of Emerging Strategic Technologies

Apocalyptic Faith and Political Violence

New Security Threats and Crises in Africa

Implications for Geopolitics, Human Enhancement and Human Destiny

Prophets of Terror

Regional and International Perspectives

Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan, Senior Member, St Antony’s College, UK

Examines key trends in emerging strategic technologies and the implications for geopolitics and human dignity. Al-Rodhan argues that future evolution into transhumans is inevitable. In preparation, the global community is urged to establish strict moral and legal guidelines balancing innovation with the guarantee of dignity for all. Contents: General Introduction / PART I: EMERGING STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGIES - GEOPOLITICAL IMPLICATIONS / Introduction / Information and Communications Technology (ITC) / Energy and Climate Change / Health Care / Biotechnology / Nanotechnology / Materials Science / Artificial Intelligence / Conclusions of Part I / PART II: EMERGING STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGIES - HUMAN ENHANCEMENT, DIGNITY AND DESTINY IMPLICATIONS / Introduction / Human Enhancement: The Nature of the Debate / The Science and Technology of Human Enhancement / The Geopolitics of Human Enhancement: Applying the ‘Multi-Sum Security Principle’ / Criteria for a Regulatory Framework on Human Enhancement / Conclusions of Part II / General Conclusions April 2011 352pp 4 b/w illustrations Hardback £60.00

Edited by Jack Mangala, Assistant Professor Political Science and African and African American Studies, Grand Valley State University, USA

James F. Rinehart, Associate Professor of Political Science, Troy University, USA

This study examines the functional relationship between millenarianinspired terrorism and the process of political change. Through an exhaustive investigation of late twentieth-century movements, it concludes that apocalyptic expectations performed a significant group mobilization, leadership and therapeutic function. Contents: Terrorism and Prophecy / The Rise of Millenarian Terror / The Mediating Role of the Prophet / Alienation and the Quest for Renewal / Identity and Apocalyptic Violence January 2011 Paperback

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This book is a multidisciplinary approach to Africa’s international relations in an era of globalization and the shifting of power from the West. It moves beyond colonization, marginalization, imperialism to look at the forces and dynamics that are reshaping Africa’s external relations today. January 2011 Hardback

296pp £58.00

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SECURITY STUDIES

Pursuing Strategy

New Security Challenges

NATO Operations from the Gulf War to Gaddafi

Series Editor: Stuart Croft

Edited by Håkan Edström and Dennis Gyllensporre, both Research Fellows, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Sweden

NATO: The Power of Partnerships Edited by Håkan Edström, Research Fellow, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Sweden, Janne Haaland Matlary, Professor of International Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, Norway and Magnus Petersson, Senior Research Fellow, The Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway

NATO has many European and global partner countries. The political and military utility of all these partnerships is clear; they ‘provide’ more security than they ‘consume’. But the utility for NATO of partners also changes over time. This book scrutinizes these partnerships, both from a NATO perspective and from that of its partners.

Edited by Michael Pugh, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, Neil Cooper, Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Security and Mandy Turner, Lecturer in Conflict Resolution, all at University of Bradford, UK

Formulating a strategy involves complex interactions between politicians, strategic commanders and generals in the field. The authors explore the strategic decisions made during NATO missions in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Afghanistan, Somalia and Libya. Contents: From Strategy to Operations – or the Other Way Around?; H.Edström & D.Gyllensporre / Painting the Theoretical Landscape; H.Edström & D.Gyllensporre / The Development of a NATO Strategy in BosniaHerzegovina; K.Larsdotter / NATO’s Operation Allied Force: Strategic Concepts and Institutional Relationships; R.C.Hendrickson / Cooperating with the European Union in Europe: Policy or Strategy?; H.Edström / The Forgotten Dimension?: NATO and the Security of the Member States; M. Petersson / The Evolution of NATO’s Strategy in Afghanistan; B.Schreer / NATO Engagements in Africa: is There a Strategy for the Continent?; D.Gyllensporre

The book provides critical perspectives that reach beyond the technical approaches of international financial institutions and proponents of the liberal peace formula. It investigates political economies characterized by the legacies of disruption to production and exchange, by population displacement, poverty, and by ‘criminality’.

February 2012 224pp 2 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £57.50

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Contents: Utility for NATO – Utility of NATO?; H.Edström, J.H.Matlary & M.Petersson / Partnerships and Power in American Grand Strategy; S.Kay / The ‘Natural Ally’? The ‘Natural Partner’? – Australia and the Atlantic Alliance; S.Frühling & B.Schreer / Partnerships to the East and South: A ‘Win-Win’ Policy; J.H.Matlary / Political and Military Utility of NATO for Ukraine; T.Bukkvoll / NATO and the EU ‘Neutrals’ – Instrumental or Value-Oriented Utility?; M.Petersson / Sweden and NATO – Partnership in the Shadow of Coalitions and Concepts; H.Edström / Potential NATO Partners – Political and Military Utility for NATO; R.C.Hendrickson / Political and Military Utility of NATO for Argentina; F.Merke April 2011 240pp 2 b/w tables and 1 figure Hardback £60.00

Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding

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SECURITY STUDIES • TERRORISM

Anti-War Activism Kevin Gillan, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Manchester, UK, Jenny Pickerill, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leicester, UK and Frank Webster, Professor of Sociology, City University London, UK

‘Provides invaluable insights...[and] meticulous analyses.’ - John Sloboda, Times Higher Education The first academic account of the twenty-first century anti-war and peace movement. Empirically rich and conceptually innovative, Anti-War Activism pays especially close attention to the changed information environment of protest, the complex alliances of activists, the diversity of participants, as well as campaigners’ use of new (and old) media. Contents: Post 9/11 / Changing Information Environment / Representation, Beliefs and Identities / Alliances and Fractures / Power and Borders / Coping with Activism / Communication Practices and Technologies / Conclusions January 2011 256pp 19 figures and 4 b/w tables Paperback £21.99

The Ethics and Efficacy of the Global War on Terrorism

Terrorism

New Media and Protest in the Information Age

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Terrorism

Fighting Terror with Terror

A Critical Introduction Richard Jackson, Marie Breen Smyth, both Readers in International Politics, Jeroen Gunning, Lecturer in International Politics, all at Aberystwyth University, UK and Lee Jarvis, Lecturer, Department of Politics and International Relations, Swansea University, UK

'A superb critical introduction to both the field of terrorism research and to our understanding of the phenomena associated with terrorism. Wide ranging, well written and pitched to the student audience, it is easily the best introduction to the subject.’ -Michael Stohl, University of California, USA Terrorism has a long history but the devastating attacks of 9/11 transformed what had been seen as a relatively minor security issue into one of major global significance. This incisive new text provides an accessible and balanced assessment of political terror and its study and in the process rethinks many assumptions. Contents: Introduction / PART I: THE STUDY OF POLITICAL TERRORISM / The Orthodox Study of Terrorism / Critical Approaches to Terrorism Studies / The Cultural Construction of Terrorism / Bringing Gender into the Study of Terrorism / PART II: KEY ISSUES / Conceptualizing Terrorism / Reconsidering the Terrorism Threat / Types of Terrorism / Understanding State Terrorism / The Causes of Non-State Terrorism / Responding to Non-State Terrorism / Assessing the War on Terror April 2011 Hardback Paperback

352pp £65.00 £24.99

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Edited by Charles P. Webel, Fulbright Senior Specialist and Professor, University of New York, USA and John A. Arnaldi, Education Coordinator, Division of Research Integrity and Compliance and Instructor in the Honors College, University of South Florida (USF), USA

Presenting the reader with provocative articles that critically examine the morality of the war on terrorism as it has evolved over the past eight years, this book consists of articles that effectively address specific aspects of the war on terrorism that are missing or underrepresented in ethical discourse since 9/11. December 2011 288pp Hardback £55.00

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Understanding Terrorist Finance Timothy Wittig, Director, Threat Economics Institute

Wittig presents the first unified coherent framework for the systematic analysis of terrorist finance. With empirical examples from around the globe, he dispels several popular myths about these activities to make an important step forward in our understanding of not only terrorist finance, but also the place of terrorism in the contemporary world. Contents: Understanding Terrorist Finance: Challenges and Issues / Terrorist Finance: Myth and Reality / Asking the Right Questions about Terrorist Finance / Understanding Terrorist Finance as Interaction with Value Chains / Understanding Terrorist Finance as a Continuum of Material Support / Terrorist Finance and International Relations / Conclusion July 2011 Hardback

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Responsibility to Protect

Security Studies/Conflict Resolution and Peace Keeping

Rhetoric, Reality and the Future of Humanitarian Intervention Aidan Hehir, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster, UK

Antimilitarism Political and Gender Dynamics of Peace Movements Cynthia Cockburn, Visiting Professor and Honorary Professor, Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, City University London and Honorary Professor, Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick, UK

A lively, first hand account of the ideas and activities of women and men in anti-war, anti-militarist and peace movements. The author looks at the tensions and divergences in and between organizations, and their potential for cohering into a powerful worldwide counter-hegemonic movement for violence reduction. Contents: Introduction / Finding a Voice: Women at Three Moments of British Peace Activism / War Resistance and Pacifist Revolution / Legitimate Disobedience: An Anti-militarist Movement in Spain / Midlands City: Faiths and Philosophies together for Palestine / Saying No to NATO: Divergent Strategies / Seeing the Whole Picture: Anti-militarism in Okinawa and Japan / A State of Peace: Movements to Reunify and Demilitarize Korea / Guns and Bodies: Armed Conflict and Domestic Violence / Towards a Different Common Sense / References March 2012 Hardback Paperback

304pp £60.00 £19.99

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The notion of a responsibility to protect (R2P) has come to dominate debates about humanitarian intervention. This important new book provides a systematic assessment of its evolution and gives a careful critique of its limits in mapping out alternative avenues for the prevention of - and responses to - humanitarian crises. Contents: Introduction: Rhetoric and Reality / PART I: THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: SOUND AND FURY? / The Evolution of the Responsibility to Protect / The Responsibility to Protect, Authority and International Law / Prevention: The Last Refuge of the Unimaginative? / Political Will and Non-Intervention / PART II: BEYOND RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT / In Defence of Humanitarian Intervention and the Potential of International Law / Understanding the Tension between Sovereignty and Intervention / Grasping the Nettle: The Parameters of Viable Reform / Conclusion: the Future of Humanitarian Intervention April 2012 Hardback Paperback

288pp £65.00 £22.99

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Humanitarian Intervention

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An Introduction Aidan Hehir, University of Westminster, UK December 2009 320pp Hardback £65.00 Paperback £22.99

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Gender, Agency and Political Violence Edited by Linda Åhäll, Sessional Tutor, Department of Politics, University of Warwick, UK and Laura J. Shepherd, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of New South Wales, Australia

Gender is not a ‘security issue’, but it tells us a lot about how, why and when certain subjects are written as security concerns. Thirteen case studies on violent subjects, reason, and emotion demonstrate different ways in which we understand political violence, security, resistance, power, and agency, and how we make sense of gender.  Contents: Rethinking Gender, Agency and Political

Violence; L.J.Shepherd / PART I: VIOLENT SUBJECTS / Masculinity, Militarism and Popular Culture: The Warrior Superhero in Hollywood; L.Crowe / Masculinities, Pain and Power: Gendering Experiences of Truth Sharing in Northern Ireland; L.White / (Re)Masculinizing Security? Gender and Private Military and Security Companies; J.Joachim & A.Schneiker / The Gender of Resistance: A Case Study Approach to Thinking about Gender in Violent Resistance Movements; G.Gonzalez, M.Kimmel, F.Malekahmadi & J.Tyagi / PART II: REASON/ RATIONALITY / Power and Gendered Rationality in Western Epistemic Constructions of Female Suicide Bombings; T.Narozhna / Assassins, Virgins, Scholars: Epistemologies and Geopolitics in Scholarly Knowledge on Suicide Bombing; C.Brunner / From Snipers to Suicide Attacks: Exploring the Representations and Realities of Conflict in the Northern Caucasus; C.Moore / Gendered Agency in Contested Truths: The Case of Hyunhee Kim (KAL858); S.Park-Kang / PART III: EMOTION/ EMOTIONALITY / Ungendering the Links between Emotions and Violence: Towards a Political Appreciation of Empathy and Compassion; E.Hutchison & R.Bleiker / Confusion, Fear, Disgust: Emotional Communication in Representations of Female Agency in Political Violence; L.Åhäll / Heartfelt Positivity as an Orthogonal Approach to Gender, Agency and Political Violence: Reading Stormheart; E.Penttinen

March 2012 272pp 5 b/w photographs Hardback £57.50

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Justifying Interventions in Africa (De)Stabilizing Sovereignty in Liberia, Burundi and the Congo Nina Wilén, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Royal Military Academy, Belgium

Analyzing the UN interventions in Liberia, Burundi and the Congo, Wilén poses the question of how one can stabilize a state through external intervention without destabilizing sovereignty. She critically examines the justifications for international and regional interventions through a social constructivist framework. Contents: The Study of Sovereignty, Intervention and Peace Operations in International Relations / Analysing a Moving Target: Sovereignty, a Complex Concept / Intervention, Justifications and Interpretations: The Case of ECOWAS in Liberia / Sanctions, Justifications and Reactions: The Case of the Regional Initiative in Burundi / Intervention, Justifications and Interpretations: The Case of SADC in Congo / Capacity-Building and Local Ownership: Indicators of Sovereignty? / (De)Stabilization - So What?: An Analysis of the Political Consequences of the Interventions on a Regional and International Level / Concluding Remarks March 2012 1 map Hardback

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Reconciling Enemy States in Europe and Asia Seunghoon Emilia Heo, Research Fellow, Institute for Sustainability and Peace, United Nations University, Japan Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION / Exploring Interstate Reconciliations / PART II: RECONCILIATION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS / The Subject of Reconciliation / Defining Reconciliation / An Ideal Type of Interstate Reconciliation / Varieties of Interstate Reconciliation / PART III: CONCLUSION / Embracing the ‘Others’ March 2012 Hardback

224pp £55.00

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International Relations and Development Series Series Editors: Marc Galvin and André Liebich http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=497941

ASEAN, Sovereignty and Intervention in Southeast Asia Lee Jones, Lecturer in International Relations, Queen Mary. University of London, UK

Drawing on the fields of political economy and historical sociology, Lee dispels the overwhelming consensus among scholars that members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) never interfere in the internal affairs of other states, and pioneers a new approach to the understanding of regional politics in Southeast Asia. Contents: Introduction / Theorising Sovereignty and Intervention / PART I: THE COLD WAR / The Social Foundations of ASEAN and ‘Non-Interference’ / East Timor: ASEAN and Third-World Colonialism / Cambodia: Representation, Refugees and Rebels / PART II: THE POST-COLD WAR PERIOD / ASEAN after the Cold War: Capital, Crisis, Conflict / Cambodia: From Cold War to Conditionality / East Timor: Interdependence and Intervention / Burma: ASEAN’s Image and the ‘Regional Interest’ / Conclusions December 2011 280pp 1 map Hardback £57.50

Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network America and the West’s Fatal Embrace Edited by Sarah N. Stern, Founder and President of EMET (Endowment for Middle Eastern Truth), USA

Saudi Arabia influences American policy through both conventional and unconventional methods, all due to the petrodollars that have been generated from America’s addiction to foreign oil. With chapters written by renowned experts, this book uses first-hand accounts to explore this vast influence. Contents: Cutting Free From the Saudi Oil Noose; J.Woolsey / Who Are Behind the Muslim Mainstream Organizations?; S.Emerson / The Case of Andrew Whitehead Versus CAIR; R.Rubenstein / Unprecedented Challenges Confronting our Constitution by Radical Islam; D.Yerushalmi / Libel Terrorism; R.Ehrenfeld / Shariah-Compliant Finance: Saudi Arabia’s Trojan Horse; F.Gaffney / Kingdom Holdings; N.Cunningham / The Scandal of United States-Saudi Relations; D.Pipes / Jihad in the Classroom; S.Stern / The Stealth Curriculum; S.Stotsky / The Saudi Penetration into American Think Tanks; D.K.Shideler & I.Weinglass / The Islamic Saudi Academy of Northern Virginia as a Paradigm of American Muslim Schools; J.Lafferty / The Saudis on J Street; L.BenDavid / The Way Forward; S.Stern October 2011 Hardback

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Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific Series Editor: Mark Beeson http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=525435

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Critical Turning Points in the Middle East

The Good War NATO and the Liberal Conscience in Afghanistan

1915 - 2015 Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan, Senior Member, St Antony’s College, UK, Graeme P. Herd, Co-Director, International Training Course in Security Policy, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland and Lisa Watanabe, Research Officer, Programme on the Geopolitical Implications of Globalisation and Transnational Security, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland

This book takes a novel look at the modern Middle East through the prisms of six cascading negative critical turning points. It identifies the seeds of a potential seventh in the collective dignity deficits generated by poor governance paradigms and exacerbated by geopolitical competition for the region’s natural resources. April 2011 272pp 216x138mm 5 maps, 2 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £60.00 978-0-230-25150-2

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M.J. Williams, Lecturer in International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

‘At a time when innumerable newspaper articles, journal essays and political speeches have added more heat than light to the NATO intervention in Afghanistan, M.J. Williams gives answers with real expertise, the right historical perspective and a sound political judgement. Based on extensive research and interviews with key players on both sides of the Atlantic, this book is essential reading for anyone, layman or strategist, who wants to understand what is really at stake for the Western democracies in Afghanistan.’ - Dr Jamie Shea, Director of Policy Planning, NATO HQ The Good War tackles the issue of NATO in Afghanistan, exploring NATO’s evolution in the 1990s and blending NATO’s transformation from a reactive defense organization into a pro-active risk manager with the ethic of liberalism. It raises questions such as why an alliance built upon the territorial defence of Europe ended up in Afghanistan.

Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict A History with Documents 7th edition Charles D. Smith, Lecturer, University of Arizona, USA

‘In addition to being well written and easily accessible for students, the text is also authoritative. Smith’s treatment of the conflict is fair and analytically thoughtful.’ - Toby Jones, Rutgers University, USA

Charles D. Smith provides a remarkably comprehensive and objective account of this complex subject, adopting a long-view approach. The seventh edition of this established text has been revised and updated throughout and now features a new Prologue, Epilogue, questions for consideration, and coverage right up to Spring 2009. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com May 2010 Paperback

608pp £23.99

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Contents: Introduction – On Wars: ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ / NATO in an Age of Risk / Empires of Liberty / The Hedgehog and the Fox: Euro-American Visions of 9/11 / Soldiers of Misfortune / International (Dis)Organization / Empire Lite / Beyond Crisis: NATO, Afghanistan and Security in a Networked World / Epilogue – Revisiting the Liberal Conscience

April 2011 Hardback Paperback

224pp £63.00 £20.99

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America’s Allies and War Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq Jason W. Davidson, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Mary Washington, Virginia, USA

Why do Britain, France, and Italy provide or refuse military support for U.S.led uses of force? This book provides a unique, multiple-case study analysis of transatlantic burden-sharing. Sixty original interviews with top policymakers and analysts provide insight into allies’ decisions regarding the Kosovo War, Afghanistan, and the Iraq War. Contents: Transatlantic Alliance Burden-sharing: Defining and Justifying the Question / A Neoclassical Realist Explanation of Transatlantic Alliance Burdensharing / Vietnam, Lebanon, Persian Gulf, and Somalia / Kosovo / Afghanistan / Iraq / Improving Transatlantic Alliance Burden-sharing March 2011 260pp 3pp figures and 1 table Hardback £58.00

Italian Military Operations Abroad Just Don’t Call it War

An analysis of the Turkish position regarding the Armenian claims of genocide during World War I and the continuing debate over this issue, the author offers an equal examination of each side’s historical position.

Peace support operations are one of the most important tools in the foreign policy of Western democracies. This book is a study of Italian military operations in the last twenty years. Italy’s operations are examined through an analysis of parliamentary debates and interviews with leading policy-makers. Contents: Introduction / The Foreign Policy of a Late Comer / The Political Interpretation of the Military Operations Abroad / From the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Italy’s Military Operations 1990-2001 / From the Fall of the Twin Towers: Italy’s Military Operations 2001-2008 / Treading on this Ice: Italy’s Debate on Defence and National Security Policy / Conclusions / Afterword: A View from the Ground; G.Badialetti February 2012 272pp 27 figures and 44 b/w tables Hardback £57.50

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Michael M. Gunter, Professor of Political Science, Tennessee Tech, USA

Piero Ignazi, Professor of Comparative Politics, Giampiero Giacomello, Assistant Professor of International Relations, both at University of Bologna, Italy and Fabrizio Coticchia, Research Fellow, CGD Laboratory - Conflict and Development Studies, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy

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Armenian History and the Question of Genocide

April 2011 Hardback

208pp £58.00

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Interpretations of Peace in History and Culture Wolfgang Dietrich, UNESCO Chair for Peace Studies, University of Innsbruck, Austria

This is the first volume in the trilogy ‘Many Peaces’ on transrational peace and elicitive conflict transformation. It proposes an innovative analysis of peace interpretations in global history and contemporary cultures of peace, the so-called five families of energetic, moral, modern, post-modern, and transrational. Contents: Introduction / Energetic Interpretations of Peace / Moral Interpretations of Peace / Modern Interpretations of Peace / Postmodern Interpretations of Peace / Transrational Interpretations of Peace / Conclusion January 2012 Hardback

336pp £60.00

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Bottom-Up Politics

Gender in Transitional Justice

An Agency-Centred Approach to Globalization Edited by Denisa Kostovicova, Senior Lecturer in Global Politics, Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK and Marlies Glasius, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Department of Politics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Adopting a peoplecentred perspective to globalization, the authors explore complex, counterintuitive and even unintended forms and consequences of bottom-up politics, going beyond simplistic understandings of ordinary people as either victims or beneficiaries of globalization. Contents: Introduction; D.Kostovicova & M.Glasius / PART I: GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY: AN EMERGING REALITY / Cosmopolitan Democracy: Paths and Agents; D.Archibugi & D.Held / The Umma: From Global Civil Society to Global Public Sphere; H.R.Ezzat / Civility and Global Civil Society: The Missing Link; H.K.Anheier / Cosmopolitan Intimacies and Sexual Politics in Global Civil Society; H.Seckinelgin / Dissident Writings: Prefiguring Global Civil Society?; M.Glasius / PART II: HUMAN SECURITY: FROM STATES TO PEOPLE / External State-building and Transnational Networks: The Limits of the Civil Society Approach; D.Kostovicova & V.BojicicDzelilovic / A Bottom-up Approach to Redressing Past Violations of Human Rights; C.Chinkin & I.Rangelov / The Degeneration of Cosmopolitan Wars; M.J.Faber / From Counter-force to Human Security? Experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan; M.Theros & Y.Said / Peace and the People: How the European Union Rewrites Security; G.Schmeder & M.Martin / PART III: BOTTOM-UP GLOBALIZATION / Appropriating Normative Geopolitics: Civil Society, International Law, and the Future of the United Nations; R.Falk / Chipko and Grameen Bank: Women’s Responses of Resistance and Accommodation with Capital; M.Desai / Globalization and the Study of Global Politics from Below: Preparing the Ground for an Alternative Approach; S.Selchow / Against All Odds: The Urbanizing of Human Security?; S.Sassen / Old New Wars: Global History from Below; E.Rothschild / Conclusion: Can Global Civil Society Answer the Hobbesian Problem?; M.Albrow December 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

Edited by Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies and Ruth Stanley, Research Associate, both at Center for Conflict Studies, Philipps University Marburg, Germany

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This book examines the role of everyday action in accepting, resisting and reshaping interventions, and the unique forms of peace that emerge from the interactions between local and international actors. Building on critiques of liberal peace-building, it redefines critical peace and conflict studies, based on new research from 16 countries. November 2011 328pp 5 figures Hardback £60.00

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A Critical Humanitarian Intervention Approach Karina Z. Butler, Research Fellow, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, UK

A Critical Humanitarian Intervention Approach explores ways of reconceptualising security in terms of Ken Booth’s Theory of World Security. This approach, focusing on human development more broadly can improve upon the theoretical and practical limitations of solidarist theories on the subject of humanitarian intervention. May 2011 232pp 216x138mm 1 b/w illustrations and 5 b/w tables Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-21656-3

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The Making of Informal States Statebuilding in Northern Cyprus and Transdniestria Daria Isachenko, Lecturer, University of Magdeburg, Germany

Using the cases of Northern Cyprus and Transdniestria, the author examines statebuilding as practiced by informal states. Exploring symbolic and economic dimensions of statebuilding projects and using insights from political sociology, she investigates how they function under circumstances of non-recognition. March 2012 6 b/w tables Hardback

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International Peacebuilding and Local Resistance

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Hybrid Forms of Peace

Violent Peace and Peaceful Conflict in Northern Ireland

Roger Mac Ginty, Reader, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK

Audra Mitchell, Lecturer in International Relations, University of York, UK

Using the case studies of Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Lebanon and Northern Ireland this book dissects internationally-supported peace interventions. Looking at issues of security, statebuilding, civil society and economic and constitutional reform, it proposes using the concept of hybridity to understand the dynamics of societies in transition.

Peace interventions can promote violence, whilst conflict may be a crucial means for constraining and preventing it. This book explores these statements, re-thinking the relationships between peace, conflict and violence. From this perspective it reinterprets several phenomena that challenge the ‘peace process’ in Northern Ireland.

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As one of South Asia’s oldest democracies Sri Lanka is a critical case to examine the limits of a liberal peace, peacebuilding and external engagement in the settlement of civil wars. Based on nine years of research, and more than 100 interviews with those affected by the war, NGOs, and local and international elites engaged in the peace process.

With inevitable major economic and political transformations ahead, NGOs need to acknowledge and manage their policy dilemmas so that they can anticipate the many inevitable problems that consistently arise in attempting to avoid the return of war by building peace over the medium to long-term.

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Understanding Collective Political Violence

Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development

Edited by Yvan Guichaoua, Research Officer, Department of International Development, University of Oxford, UK

Edited by Arnim Langer, Lecturer in International Relations and Director, Centre for Peace Research and Strategic Studies (CPRS), University of Leuven, Belgium, Frances Stewart, Emeritus Professor of Development Economics and Director, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity (CRISE), University of Oxford, UK and Rajesh Venugopal, Lecturer in Development Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Understanding Collective Political Violence offers a unique view on contemporary processes of violent political mobilization across continents: Africa, Latin America, South East Asia and the Middle East. It pays particular attention to unconventional combatants such as women or children and details the drivers of their violent engagement. Contents: Introduction: Individual Drivers of Collective Violence and the Dynamics of Armed Groups; Y.Guichaoua / PART I: JOINING INSURGENCIES: CONTEXTS, BELIEFS AND AGENCY / Militarized Youth in Western Côte d’Ivoire: Who are They? Why did They Fight?; M.C.den Hamer / Political Cultures and Tuareg Mobilizations: Rebels of Niger, from Kaocen to the Mouvement des Nigériens Pour la Justice; F.Deycard / The Mobilization of Children: What’s the Difference?; J.Hart / Gendered Patterns of Mobilisation and Recruitment for Political Violence, Experiences from Three Latin American Countries; L.M.D.Ortega / Have Gun, Will Travel: Interpreting the Trajectories of Female Irregular Combatants; L.Gayer / Engendering Armed Militancy in Kashmir: Women as Perpetrators of Violence; S.Shekhawat / Recruitment into Armed Groups in Colombia: A Survey of Demobilized Fighters; A.M.Arjona & S.Kalyvas / PART II: THE DYNAMICS OF INSURGENT GROUPS / The Dilemmas of Recruitment: The Colombian Case; F.G.Sanin / Religion versus Ethnicity as a Source of Mobilisation: Are There Differences?; F.Stewart / The Politics of Counter-insurgency: How did the Young Patriots Emerge in Côte d’Ivoire?; G.Koné / Circumstantial Alliances and Loose Loyalties in Rebellion Making: The Case of Tuareg Insurgency in Northern Niger (20072009); Y.Guichaoua / Concluding Remarks; Y.Guichaoua

This book evaluates the extent to which postconflict reconstruction has addressed problems of horizontal inequalities through country case studies on Burundi, Rwanda, Nepal, Peru, Guatemala, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Afghanistan, and four thematic studies on macroeconomic policies, privatisation, PRSP’s, and employment generation. October 2011 368pp 23 figures and 48 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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This book examines the complex and underresearched relationship between recruitment experiences and reintegration outcomes for child soldiers. It looks at time spent in the group, issues of cohesion, identification, affiliation, membership and the post demobilization experience of return, and resettlement. August 2011 352pp 9 b/w tables and 6 figures Hardback £60.00

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International Criminal Tribunals Justice and Politics

Social Trust, Anarchy, and International Conflict

Yves Beigbeder, formerlyWorld Health Organization Official

The book summarizes the work of international criminal courts focusing on the political challenges faced by them. It is a practical, comprehensive manual on the origin and development of international criminal justice and includes the criminal tribunals of Nuremberg, Tokyo, Yugoslavia, Rwanda, East Timor, Sierra Leone, Cambodia, Lebanon, Iraq. April 2011 352pp 2 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £63.00

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Michael P. Jasinski, Assistant Professor , Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin, USA

Challenges the democratic peace and diversionary war theories by emphasizing the importance of social trust, its origin as a by-product of effective governance exercised by strong states, and influence on international conflict.

General Reference

The Statesman’s Yearbook 2012 The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the World 148th edition Edited by Barry Turner, Author, Editor, Journalist and Broadcaster

‘The most comprehensive guide to world political and economic affairs.’ - Robert Thomson, Publisher, Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal

Contents: Democratic Peace and Diversionary War / Anarchy, States, and Nations / Social Trust and Its Origins / Overcoming Particularism / The Social Trust Theory of International Conflict / Research Design / Results / The Outbreak of World War I / Analysis and Conclusions March 2011 Hardback

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Now in its 148th edition, The Statesman’s Yearbook continues to be the reference work of choice for accurate and reliable information on every country in the world. Covering political, economic, social and cultural aspects, the Yearbook is also available online for subscribing institutions: August 2011 Hardback

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INDEX Apocalyptic Faith and Political Violence Rinehart 45

A Aalto Harle Moisio International Studies 23

Aris Eurasian Regionalism

27

Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century Cornelissen Cheru Shaw 19

Armenian History and the Question of Genocide Gunter

51

After Secularism Wilson

Armstrong Lloyd Redmond International Organisation in World Politics

The Age of Migration Castles Miller Aggarwal-Khan The Policy Process in International Environmental Governance Åhäll Shepherd Gender, Agency and Political Violence Ahrari The Great Powers versus the Hegemon Aid Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War Holt

31 9

ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China Jarvis Welch

12 22

13

ASEAN Sovereignty and Intervention in Southeast Asia Jones

49

48

Attinà The Global Political System

10

B

24

Bailey Compston Feeling the Heat

34

Akbarzadeh America’s Challenges in the Greater Middle East 25

Beachler The Genocide Debate

35

Beech Analyzing Foreign Policy

24

Al Jazeera English Seib

34

Al-Rodhan Herd Watanabe Critical Turning Points in the Middle East

Beeson Bisley Issues in 21st Century World Politics

50

Al-Rodhan The Politics of Emerging Strategic Technologies

Beigbeder International Criminal Tribunals

55

45

Berridge Diplomacy

33

America’s Allies and War Davidson

51

America’s Challenges in the Greater Middle East Akbarzadeh

Berridge Lloyd The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy

33

25

American Foreign Policy in Regions of Conflict Wiarda

Berridge The Counter-Revolution in Diplomacy and Other Essays

33

37

Between State and Nation Waterbury

26

Amoah Nationalism, Globalization, and Africa

53

3

Bickerton European Union Foreign Policy 27 7

Biresselioglu European Energy Security

42

Analyzing Foreign Policy Beech

24

Birrell Comparing Devolved Governance 10

The Anarchical Society Bull

30

Bisley Rethinking Globalization

Anceschi Symons Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change

43

Antimilitarism Cockburn

48

Anti-War Activism Gillan Pickerill Webster 47

56

New

4

Bottom-Up Politics Kostovicova Glasius

52

Bray Pragmatic Cosmopolitanism

11

Bray Pragmatic Cosmopolitanism

12

British Foreign Policy Daddow Gaskarth

26

Brown Ainley Understanding International Relations 2 Brown Transnational Transfers and Global Development

19

Brown-Shafii Promoting Good Governance, Development and Accountability

20

Bruneau Trinkunas Global Politics of Defense Reform

44

Buckley-Zistel Stanley Gender in Transitional Justice

52

Bull The Anarchical Society

30

Burchill Linklater Devetak Theories of International Relations

29

Butler A Critical Humanitarian Intervention Approach

53

Butler Selling a Just War

40

C Cadman Quality and Legitimacy of Global Governance

18

Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States Hanieh

22

Carey Privatizing the Democratic Peace 53 Carlson Myths, State Expansion, and the Birth of Globalization

5

Carr Cox The Twenty Years’ Crisis, 1919-1939

32

Blair’s Just War Lee

40

Carruthers The Media at War

28

Booth Wheeler Security Dilemma

31

Casey Legacy of the Crash

15

Borderland Russians Hønneland

23

Castles Miller The Age of Migration

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INDEX Challenging Global Finance Friesen Challenging Global Inequality Greig Hulme Turner The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy Hill Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration Özerdem Podder

18

Cross-Border Migration among Latin Americans McIlwaine

25

15

D

28

da Conceição-Heldt Negotiating Trade Liberalization at the WTO

20

Daddow Gaskarth British Foreign Policy

26

Davidson America’s Allies and War

51

54

Clumsey Solutions for a Complex World Verweij 12

Davis The India-Pakistan Military Standoff

39

Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World Verweij Thompson

11

de Franco Meyer Forecasting, Warning and Responding to Transnational Risks

Clumsy Solutions for a Wicked World Verweij

11

DeBardeleben Hurrelmann Transnational Europe 27

Cockburn Antimilitarism

48

Cohen Kennedy Global Sociology

3

Erskine Lebow Tragedy and International Relations 23 The Ethics and Efficacy of the Global War on Terrorism Webel Arnaldi

47

Ethics, Law and Military Operations Whetham

40

Eurasian Regionalism Aris

27

Europe and National Economic Transformation Smith

21

Europe in a Global Context Krossa 44

Democratic Governance and Non-State Actors Gardner 12

Europe, Regions and European Regionalism Scully Wyn Jones European Cosmopolitanism in Question Robertson Krossa

7 13 7

European Energy Security Biresselioglu

42

The European Union and Multilateral Governance Wouters Bruyninckx Basu

13

The European Union as a Small Power Toje

26

Comparing Devolved Governance Birrell 10

Devin Making Peace

The Concept of the Political Morgenthau Behr Roesch 23

Dietrich Interpretations of Peace in History and Culture

Contemporary Security and Strategy Snyder

39

Dijstelbloem Meijer Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe

42

European Union Foreign Policy Bickerton 27

Cooper Internet Gambling Offshore

20

Dillon Neal Foucault on Politics, Security and War

32

The European Union in Global Security Ginsberg Penksa

Diplomacy Berridge

33

Cornelissen Cheru Shaw Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century

19

The Counter-Revolution in Diplomacy and Other Essays Berridge

33

The Crisis of Democratic Governance in Southeast Asia Croissant Bünte 13 A Critical Humanitarian Intervention Approach Butler

53

35 51

Doing Political Science and International Relations Savigny Marsden 2 Donskis Modernity in Crisis

24

The Europeanization of National Foreign Policy Gross 41 Explaining the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy Kurowska Breuer

Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia Kuzemko Belyi Goldthau 17

E

Critical International Political Economy Shields Bruff Macartney 20

Edström Gyllensporre Pursuing Strategy 46

Critical Turning Points in the Middle East Al-Rodhan Herd Watanabe 50

Edström Matlary Petersson NATO: The Power of Partnerships

Croissant Bünte The Crisis of Democratic Governance in Southeast Asia 13

Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change Anceschi Symons

46 43

41

41

F Feeling the Heat Bailey Compston

34

Feil Global Governance and Corporate Responsibility in Conflict Zones

12

The Fight for the Right to Food Ziegler Golay Mahon

9

Fighting Against the Injustice of the State and Globalization Jalata

8

Fighting for Darfur Hamilton

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INDEX Financialization and Government Borrowing Capacity in Emerging Markets Hardie 17

The Global Crisis and Transformative Social Change Utting Razavi Varghese Buchholz

17

Forecasting, Warning and Responding to Transnational Risks de Franco Meyer 44

Global Governance and Corporate Responsibility in Conflict Zones Feil

12

The Foreign Policy of the European Union Keukeleire MacNaughtan

Global Mobility Regimes Koslowski

5

26

Foucault on Politics, Security and War Dillon Neal

32

Friesen Challenging Global Finance

18

Frontiers of Governance Pal

10

The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations Lin Roy 38

G

Global Political Economy 3rd Edition O’Brien Williams

14

The Global Political System Attinà

10

Global Politics and Financial Governance Germain 14 Global Politics Heywood Global Politics of Defense Reform Bruneau Trinkunas

2 44

Global Sociology Cohen Kennedy

3

Globalization and Borders Weber Pickering

5

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) Carbonnier International Development Policy: Energy and Development 14 The Great Powers versus the Hegemon Ahrari

24

Greig Hulme Turner Challenging Global Inequality

15

Griffiths Rethinking International Relations Theory

30

Gross The Europeanization of National Foreign Policy

41

Guichaoua Understanding Collective Political Violence

54

Gunter Armenian History and the Question of Genocide

51

Gale Haward Global Commodity Governance

17

Gamble The Spectre at the Feast

15

Gardner Democratic Governance and Non-State Actors

Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Rehbein 5

12

Globalization and the Nation State Holton

3

48

Globalization Nester

5

Globalization Scholte

4

Hardie Financialization and Government Borrowing Capacity in Emerging Markets 17

8

Hay Lister Marsh The State

Gender, Agency and Political Violence Åhäll Shepherd

H Haldén Stability without Statehood Hamilton Fighting for Darfur

6 38

Hanieh Capitalism and Class in the Gulf Arab States 22

Gender in Transitional Justice Buckley-Zistel Stanley

52

The Genocide Debate Beachler

35

Globalization, War, and Peace in the Twenty-first Century Nester

14

Globalization, Wealth, and Power in the Twenty-first Century Nester 22

Headley Reitzig Burton Public Participation in Foreign Policy

25

Gillan Pickerill Webster Anti-War Activism

Hehir Humanitarian Intervention

48

47

Goodhart Mihr Human Rights in the 21st Century

8

Hehir Humanitarian Intervention

48

Ginsberg Penksa The European Union in Global Security

50

41

Henders Territoriality, Asymmetry, and Autonomy

27

Global Civil Society 2012 Kaldor Moore Selchow

10

49

Global Commodity Governance Gale Haward

17

Germain Global Politics and Financial Governance

58

New

The Good War Williams Governance Ecosystems Sagebien Lindsay

19

Governing Cotton Sneyd

21

Heo Reconciling Enemy States in Europe and Asia

Governing Risk Moschella

18

Heywood Global Politics

20

Hill The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy

Governing through Standards Ponte Gibbon Vestergaard

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INDEX Holt Aid Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War Holton Globalization and the Nation State Hønneland Borderland Russians

53

International Organization Rittberger Zangl Kruck

9

3

International Peacebuilding and Local Resistance Mac Ginty

53

International Political Theory after Hobbes Prokhovnik Slomp

31

23

Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development Langer Stewart Venugopal 54 Horn Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU 19 Human Rights and Migration van den Anker van Liempt

8

Human Rights in the 21st Century Goodhart Mihr

8

Humanitarian Intervention Hehir

48

Humanitarian Intervention Hehir

48

Hybrid Forms of Peace Richmond Mitchell

52

I ‘Illegal’ Traveller Khosravi

8

Ignazi Giacomello Coticchia Italian Military Operations Abroad

51

The India-Pakistan Military Standoff Davis

39

Inoguchi Ikenberry Sato The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance

36

International Crime in the 20th Century Knepper 44 International Criminal Tribunals Beigbeder

55

29

Just and Unjust Interventions in World Politics Lu

12

Justifying Interventions in Africa Wilén

49

K

International Relations Theory Jørgensen 29 International Security Smith

39

International Studies Aalto Harle Moisio 23 Internet Gambling Offshore Cooper

20

Interpretations of Peace in History and Culture Dietrich

51

The Involvement of State Governments in US Foreign Relations McMillan 34 Isachenko The Making of Informal States 53

Kaldor Moore Selchow Global Civil Society 2012

10

Keefe Zacher The Politics of Global Health Governance

11

Kennedy Local Lives and Global Transformations Keukeleire MacNaughtan The Foreign Policy of the European Union

8 26

The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Movement Perry 43

Khosravi ‘Illegal’ Traveller

8

Kiely Rethinking Imperialism

4

Issues in 21st Century World Politics Beeson Bisley

Knepper International Crime in the 20th Century

44

Koslowski Global Mobility Regimes

5

Italian Military Operations Abroad Ignazi Giacomello Coticchia

3 51

Itoh The Origin of Ping-Pong Diplomacy 36

J

Kostovicova Glasius Bottom-Up Politics Krossa Europe in a Global Context

52 7

Kruck Private Ratings, Public Regulations 21

Jackson Breen Smyth Gunning Terrorism 47

Kurowska Breuer Explaining the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy

Jalata Fighting Against the Injustice of the State and Globalization

Kuzemko Belyi Goldthau Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia 17

8

Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia Rathus 36

International Development Policy: Energy and Development Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) Carbonnier 14

Jarvis Welch ASEAN, Industries and the Challenge from China

22

Jasinski Social Trust, Anarchy, and International Conflict

55

International Organisation in World Politics Armstrong Lloyd Redmond

Jones ASEAN, Sovereignty and Intervention in Southeast Asia

49

12

Jørgensen International Relations Theory

41

L Langer Stewart Venugopal Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development

54

Lee Blair’s Just War

40

Lee Melissen Public Diplomacy and Soft Power in East Asia

37

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INDEX Legacy of the Crash Casey The Limits of Transnationalism Theil Lin Roy The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations Lizée A Whole New World Local Climate Governance in China Schröder Local Lives and Global Transformations Kennedy

15 6 38 23 19 8

Lost in Transformation Mitchell

53

Lu Just and Unjust Interventions in World Politics

12

53

Major Powers and the Quest for Status in International Politics Volgy Corbetta Grant

24

Making EU Foreign Policy Thomas

23

The Making of Informal States Isachenko 53 Making Peace Devin

32

Migration and the New Technological Borders of Europe Dijstelbloem Meijer

42

Mirbagheri War and Peace in Islam

52

Mitchell Lost in Transformation

53

Modernity in Crisis Donskis

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Modi South-South Cooperation

20

Morgenthau Behr Roesch The Concept of the Political

23

Moschella Governing Risk

18

Moses Knutsen Ways of Knowing

30

35

Multinational Enterprises in Latin America since the 1990s Toral

21

Multinational Federalism Seymour Gagnon

5

Muzaka The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines 21 The Myth about Global Civil Society Tepe Myths, State Expansion, and the Birth of Globalization Carlson

Mangala New Security Threats and Crises in Africa

45

Marks Metaphors in International Relations Theory

32

McIlwaine Cross-Border Migration among Latin Americans

25

Nationalism, Globalization, and Africa Amoah

34

NATO: The Power of Partnerships Edström Matlary Petersson

McMillan The Involvement of State Governments in US Foreign Relations

Media and the Politics of Failure Roselle 29 The Media at War Carruthers The Mediterranean Dimension of the European Union’s Internal Security Wolff

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New Security Threats and Crises in Africa Mangala

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News Media and EU-China Relations Zhang

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Normative Power Europe Whitman

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O O’Brien Williams Global Political Economy

14

O’Byrne Hensby Theorizing Global Studies 4 Okome Vaughan Transnational Africa and Globalization 7 Okome Vaughan West African Migrations 28 On Rawls Development and Global Justice Williams

30

The Origin of Ping-Pong Diplomacy Itoh 36 Overbeek van Apeldoorn Neoliberalism in Crisis

18

Özerdem Podder Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration

54

Ozkirimli Theories of Nationalism

N

Neoliberalism in Crisis Overbeek van Apeldoorn 40

Nester Globalization, Wealth, and Power in the Twenty-first Century 22 Nester Globalization

Müller Public Security in the Negotiated State 43

M Mac Ginty International Peacebuilding and Local Resistance

Metaphors in International Relations Theory Marks

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P The Pacific Islands in China’s Grand Strategy Yang

35

46

Pal Frontiers of Governance

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20

Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Smith

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18

The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy Berridge Lloyd

33

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Papanicolaou Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe 42

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Perry The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Movement

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The Policy Process in International Environmental Governance Aggarwal-Khan

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The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines Muzaka 21

Ponte Gibbon Vestergaard Governing through Standards

31

Quality and Legitimacy of Global Governance Cadman

18

R

20

Reconciling Enemy States in Europe and Asia Heo

49

Rees The US-EU Security Relationship

41

17

The Practice of Public Diplomacy Rugh

37

Pragmatic Cosmopolitanism Bray

11

Pragmatic Cosmopolitanism Bray

12

Private Ratings, Public Regulations Kruck 21 Privatizing the Democratic Peace Carey 53 Prokhovnik Slomp International Political Theory after Hobbes 31

Rittberger Zangl Kruck International Organization

9

Robertson Krossa European Cosmopolitanism in Question

7

Roselle Media and the Politics of Failure 29 Rowe Regional Representations in the EU: Between Diplomacy and Interest Mediation

38

Rugh The Practice of Public Diplomacy

37

Rushton Williams Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance

18

Russia’s Encounter with Globalisation Wilhelmsen Wilson Rowe

7

S 36

Powering Development Power Mohan Tan-Mullins

Public Participation in Foreign Policy Headley Reitzig Burton

Quackenbush Understanding General Deterrence

Rathus Japan, China and Networked Regionalism in East Asia

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Public Diplomacy and Soft Power in East Asia Lee Melissen

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18

Power Mohan Tan-Mullins Powering Development

Promoting Good Governance, Development and Accountability Brown-Shafii

Pugh Cooper Turner Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding 46

13

The Politics of Global Health Governance Keefe Zacher 11

The Politics of Resource Extraction Sawyer Gomez

43

Pursuing Strategy Edström Gyllensporre 46

The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in Southeast Asia Zhang 19 The Politics of Emerging Strategic Technologies Al-Rodhan

Public Security in the Negotiated State Müller

Regional Representations in the EU: Between Diplomacy and Interest Mediation Rowe

38

Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU Horn

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Sagebien Lindsay Governance Ecosystems

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Santos-Paulino Wan The Rise of China and India

22

Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network Stern

49

Saunders Sustained Dialogue in Conflicts

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Savigny Marsden Doing Political Science and International Relations

2

4

Sawyer Gomez The Politics of Resource Extraction

18

4

Scholte Globalization

Rehbein Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies

5

Rethinking Globalization Bisley Rethinking Imperialism Kiely Rethinking International Relations Theory Griffiths

30

20

Richmond Mitchell Hybrid Forms of Peace

52

37

Rinehart Apocalyptic Faith and Political Violence

45

25

The Rise of China and India SantosPaulino Wan

22

4

Schröder Local Climate Governance in China

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Schwartz States Versus Markets

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Scully Wyn Jones Europe, Regions and European Regionalism

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Security Dilemma Booth Wheeler

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Security Strategies in the Asia-Pacific Tan 27

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Selling a Just War Butler

40

The Twenty Years’ Crisis, 1919-1939 Carr Cox

T Tan Security Strategies in the AsiaPacific

27

20

Tepe The Myth about Global Civil Society

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Smith Europe and National Economic Transformation Smith International Security

Seymour Gagnon Multinational Federalism Shields Bruff Macartney Critical International Political Economy

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54

21

Territoriality, Asymmetry, and Autonomy Henders 27

Understanding General Deterrence Quackenbush

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39

Terrorism Jackson Breen Smyth Gunning 47

Understanding International Relations Brown Ainley

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Understanding Terrorist Finance Wittig

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Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence Svendsen

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Theil The Limits of Transnationalism 50

Sneyd Governing Cotton

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Theories of International Relations Burchill Linklater Devetak

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Theories of Nationalism Ozkirimli

6

39

Theorizing Global Studies O’Byrne Hensby 4

Social Trust, Anarchy, and International Conflict Jasinski 55 South-South Cooperation Modi

20

Theory and Application of the “Generation” in International Relations and Politics Steele Acuff 24

The Spectre at the Feast Gamble

15

Thomas Making EU Foreign Policy

23

Toje The European Union as a Small Power

26

Toral Multinational Enterprises in Latin America since the 1990s

21

Tragedy and International Relations Erskine Lebow

23

24

Transaction Costs and Security Institutions Weiss

21

49

Transnational Africa and Globalization Okome Vaughan

Stability without Statehood Haldén

6

The State Hay Lister Marsh

5

The Statesman’s Yearbook 2012 Turner 55 States Versus Markets Schwartz Steele Acuff Theory and Application of the “Generation” in International Relations and Politics Stern Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network

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Sustained Dialogue in Conflicts Saunders 34 Svendsen Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence

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New

U Understanding Collective Political Violence Guichaoua

Smith Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Snyder Contemporary Security and Strategy

32

34

Transnational Europe DeBardeleben Hurrelmann

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Transnational Policing and Sex Trafficking in Southeast Europe Papanicolaou 42 Transnational Transfers and Global Development Brown

19

Turner The Statesman’s Yearbook 2012

55

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The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance Inoguchi Ikenberry Sato 36 The US-EU Security Relationship Rees

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Utting Razavi Varghese Buchholz The Global Crisis and Transformative Social Change

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V van den Anker van Liempt Human Rights and Migration

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Verweij Clumsey Solutions for a Complex World

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Verweij Clumsy Solutions for a Wicked World

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Verweij Thompson Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World

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Volgy Corbetta Grant Major Powers and the Quest for Status in International Politics 24

W War and Peace in Islam Mirbagheri

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Waterbury Between State and Nation

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Webel Arnaldi The Ethics and Efficacy of the Global War on Terrorism

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Weber Pickering Globalization and Borders

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Weiss Transaction Costs and Security Institutions

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West African Migrations Okome Vaughan

28

Whetham Ethics, Law and Military Operations

40

Whitman Normative Power Europe

26

A Whole New World Lizée

23

Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding Pugh Cooper Turner

46

Wiarda American Foreign Policy in Regions of Conflict

37

Wilén Justifying Interventions in Africa

49

Wilhelmsen Wilson Rowe Russia’s Encounter with Globalisation

Z Zhang News Media and EU-China Relations

28

Zhang The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in Southeast Asia

19

Ziegler Golay Mahon The Fight for the Right to Food

9

7

Williams On Rawls Development and Global Justice

30

Williams The Good War

50

Wilson After Secularism

31

Wittig Understanding Terrorist Finance

47

Wolff The Mediterranean Dimension of the European Union’s Internal Security 40 Wouters Bruyninckx Basu The European Union and Multilateral Governance

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Y Yang The Pacific Islands in China’s Grand Strategy 35

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