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GLOBALRIGHT GOVERNANCE HEADER Civil Society and the Governance of Development


How Global Institutions Rule the World Josep M Colomer, Georgetown University, USA

Opposing Global Institutions Anders Uhlin, Lund University, Sweden, Sara Kalm, Lund University, Sweden This book re-conceptualizes civil society engagement with global governance institutions in the field of development in terms of opposition. With an innovative theoretical framework, it maps and explains opposition strategies through detailed case studies on the EU, the Asian Development Bank, and the Global Forum on Migration and Development.

This book reviews bureau-type organizations delivering network goods, documenting how most global institutions greatly improved their effectiveness during the last few decades. In the current globalized world, the design and choice of appropriate institutional rules and procedures can result in effective and democratic global government. Contents: Introduction * 1. World Government is Here * PART I: WHO RULES 2. Network Goods are Served by Simple Bureaus * 3. Unanimity Rule Failed to Make the World More Secure * 4. A Great-Powers’ Directorate Has Averted the Third World War * 5. Weights and Coalitions for Finance and Development * 6. Equal Vote Does Not Favor Global Trade * 7. The World’s Self-Appointed Steering Committee * PART II: HOW THEY RULE * 8. Domestic Politics Doesn’t Make Policy * 9. Global Representation Requires Rotation of Countries * 10. Effective Decisions are Made by Means of Weighted Votes * 11. Expert Rulers Replace Politicians and Diplomats * 12. Policy Consensus is Built With More Ideas than Votes * 13. Non-Electoral Accountability is Based On Performance and Values * 14. Can Global Democracy Exist November 2014 UK November 2014 US 236pp 3 b/w tables, 1 figure Hardback £66.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Contents: 1. Opposition in Global Governance: An Introduction * 2. Global Governance, Civil Society and Opposition: Empirical and Theoretical Context * 3. Opposition in Global Governance: An Analytical Framework * 4. European Union Aid and Development Cooperation * 5. The Asian Development Bank * 6. The Global Forum on Migration and Development * 7. Conclusion: Opposing Global Institutions Development, Justice and Citizenship February 2015 UK February 2015 US 216pp 1 graph, 5 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Global Rectificatory Justice Göran Collste, Linköping University, Sweden "This book covers a significant gap in the literature on global justice by focusing on an important topic: that of rectificatory justice for past international injustices… It corners a nice niche and should serve as a reference point for future discussion on the subject, which it will also help excite."— Kok-Chor Tan, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Indonesia’s Ascent Power, Leadership, and the Regional Order Edited by Christopher B. Roberts, University of New South Wales, Australia, Ahmad D. Habir, Strategic Asia, Indonesia, Leonard C. Sebastian, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore "Australia and Indonesia share a wide range of common interests. Working together to increase prosperity, promote political stability and advance democratic development underpins bilateral relations. This important book assesses the complexities of bilateral diplomacy as well the impact of Indonesia's rise on Australia, the region and the world."—Greg Moriarty, Australian Ambassador to Indonesia (2010-2014) This volume explores the domestic and transnational considerations associated with Indonesia’s ascent, referring to its rise in terms of hard and soft power and its likely trajectory in the future. The range of contributors analyse economic resources, religious harmony, security, regional relations, leadership and foreign policy. Contents: 1. Ascending Indonesia: Signficance And Conceptual Foundations; Christopher B. Roberts And Leonard C. Sebastian * 2. Leadership And Dependency: Indonesia’s Regional And Global Role, 1945–75; Sue Thompson * 3. The Economy In Indonesia’s Ascent: Making Sense Of It All; Satish Mishra * 4. Yudhoyono’s Third Way: Muslim Democracy, National Stability, And Economic Development In Indonesia; Mark S. Williams * 5. Key Security Fault Lines—Unresolved Issues And New Challenges; Bob Lowry * 6. Democratic Achievement And Policy Paralysis: Implications For Indonesia’s Continued Ascent; Stephen Sherlock * 7. Politics, Security And Defense In Indonesia: The Pursuit Of Strategic Autonomy; Iis Gindarsah And Adhi Priamarizki * 8. The Foreign Policy Nexus: National Interests, Political Values And Identity; Avery Poole * 9. Indonesia And International Institutions: Treading New Territory; Yulius P. Hermawan And Ahmad D. Habir * 10. Indonesia–Australia Relations: Progress, Challenges And Potential; Christopher B. Roberts And Ahmad D. Habir * 11. The Middle Power Moment: A New Basis For Cooperation Between Indonesia And Australia?; Mark Beeson And Will Lee * 12. Key Intra-Asean Bilateral Relationships: Opportunities And Challenges; Yongwook Ryu * 13. Indonesian Leadership In Asean: Mediation, Agency And Extra-Regional Diplomacy; Christopher B. Roberts And Erlina Widyaningsih * 14. Indonesia Among The Powers: Will Asean Still Matter To Indonesia?; See Seng Tan * 15. Beyond The Archipelagic Outlook: The Law Of The Sea, Maritime Security And The Great Powers; Leonard C Sebastian, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto, And I Made Andi Arsana * and more... January 2015 UK January 2015 US 352pp 19 figures, 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


What are the implications of colonialism for a theory of global justice today? What does rectificatory justice mean in the light of colonialism? What does global rectificatory justice require in practice? The author seeks to answer these questions covering a significant gap in the literature on global justice. Contents: Preface * 1. Introduction * 2. The Discussion on Global Justice. A Missing Premise * 3. Colonialism * 4. Five Cases of Colonialism * 5. The Legacy of Colonialism * 6. Restoring the Epistemic Privilege * 7. Claims for Justice After Colonialism * 8. The Meaning of Rectificatory Justice After Colonialism * 9. Ways Forward; Rectification, Forgiveness and Reconciliation * 10. Rectificatory Justice – the Philosophical Discussion * 11. Rectification for Slavery * 12. Is a Generous Immigration Policy a Way to Rectify for Colonial Injustices? * 13. Changing the Global Order: the Case of TRIPS * 14. Conclusions and Implications

Global Ethics December 2014 UK December 2014 US 224pp 1 figure Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations

The Uses and Misuses of Human Rights

Patching Together a Global Script

A Critical Approach to Advocacy

Edited by Tanja A. Börzel, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, Vera van Hüllen, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany This volume explores the conditions under which regional organizations engage in governance transfer in and to areas of limited statehood. The authors argue that a global script of governance transfer by regional organizations is emerging, where regional and national actors are adapting governance standards and instruments to their local context. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION * 1. Towards a Global Script? Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations; Tanja A. Börzel and Vera van Hüllen * 2. A Global Script in Regional Colours: Mapping Governance Transfer by Twelve Regional Organizations; Tanja A. Börzel and Sören Stapel * PART II: Africa * 3. Against All Odds: Strong Democratic Norms in the African Union ; Julia Leininger * 4. Writing the Script? ECOWAS’ Military Intervention Mechanism; Christof Hartmann and Kai Striebinger * 5. Agent Run Amuck: The SADC Tribunal and Governance Transfer Rollback; Meran Hulse and Anna van der Vleuten * PART III: MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA * 6. Why Create a Regional Human Rights Regime? The ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission for Human Rights; Anja Jetschke * 7. Just Leave Us Alone: The Arab League and Human Rights; Vera van Hüllen * 8. A ‘Potemkin Village’? Governance Transfer by the CIS; Alessandra Russo * PART IV: THE AMERICAS * 9. Ahead of the Curve: The OAS as a Pioneer of International Anti-Corruption Efforts; Mathis Lohaus *and more...

Governance and Limited Statehood February 2015 UK February 2015 US 288pp 9 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Trinity College, USA

Edited by George Andreopoulos, City University of New York, USA, Zehra Arat, University of Connecticut, USA "The Uses and Misuses of Human Rights contributes invaluably to a more critical and complex understanding of human rights advocacy. In a world of violence, we are used to being critical of human rights abusers, but rarely do we question the advocates themselves or their strategies. This project's focus on the uses, abuses, and misuses of human rights (including the complexities of 'framing') is long overdue, especially given its nuanced analysis and policy implications. Through a series of fascinating cases, the authors offer a non-apologetic, balanced look at the achievements and challenges of human rights advocacy in today's world."—Sonia Cardenas,

This volume focuses on challenges to the effective and proper use of human rights and tries to identify, through a series of case studies, strategies and contexts in which human rights advocacy can work in favor of human rights, as well as situations in which such advocacy may backfire, or unintentionally cause harm. Contents: 1. On the Uses and Misuses of Human Rights; George Andreopoulos and Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat, * 2. ‘Gay Rights are Human Rights’: The Framing of New Interpretations of International Human Rights Norms; Ronald Holzhacker * 3. The Politics of a Strange Right: Consultation, Mining and Indigenous Mobilization in Latin America; Amanda M. Fulmer * 4. The Price of Confrontation: International Retributive Justice and the Struggle for Haitian-Dominican Rights; Samuel Martinez * 5. The Human Rights Framing of Maternal Health: A Strategy for Politicization or a Path to Genuine Empowerment?; Candace Johnson and Surma Das * 6. Arms Transfers and the Human Rights Agenda; Susan Waltz * and more... November 2014 UK November 2014 US 232pp 1 b/w table, 4 figures Hardback £62.50 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Communicating Europe in Times of Crisis External Perceptions of the European Union Edited by Natalia Chaban, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Martin Holland, University of Canterbury, New Zealand "This book demonstrates that work on external perceptions of the EU has matured into a distinctive field of study that is greatly enriching the study of Europe... The special strength of Communicating Europe in Times of Crisis is that in a single volume it presents the cutting edge of research on external perceptions whilst setting the agenda for future study."— Richard Whitman, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, UK The EU views itself as an important actor on the world stage, a perspective supported by the role it plays in global politics. This collection presents a true reflection of the EU as an international actor by exploring how it is viewed externally and the impact that events like the Eurozone debt crisis have had on external perceptions of the EU. Contents: Introduction: The Evolution of EU Perceptions: From Single Studies to Systematic Research; Natalia Chaban and Martin Holland, * PART I: GLOBAL VIEWS ON THE EU * PART II: EU EXTERNAL PERCEPTIONS IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC * PART III: IMAGES OF THE EU IN THE UNION’S NEIGHBOURHOOD November 2014 UK November 2014 US 288pp 31 figures, 14 b/w tables Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Global Risk Governance in Health Nathalie Brender, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Switzerland Epidemics know no borders and are often characterized by a high level of uncertainty, causing major challenges in risk governance. The author shows the emergence of global risk governance processes and the key role that the World Health Organization (WHO) plays within them. Contents: Introduction * 1. Thinking the International Response to a Global Health Risk * 2. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: Analysis of a Successful Containment * 3. Avian Influenza H5n1: International Preparedness against a Future Influenza Pandemic * 4. Cases Comparison, Outlook On H1n1 Influenza Pandemic and Conclusions November 2014 UK November 2014 US 256pp 15 b/w tables, 11 figures, 1 map Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance

Leadership in a Globalized World

Reimagining the Future

Frannie Léautier, Sciences Po, France "Leadership in a Globalized World adopts a rich interdisciplinary approach to the challenges of leadership in the uncertain, complex world of the 21st century. . . An essential reading for policymakers, practitioners, and national and local leaders." —Arkebe Oqubay, Advisor to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia and Former Mayor of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia "Frannie Léautier provides an updated theoretical review and insights from personal research and experiences on coping with the challenges arising from rapid, complex, and unpredictable changes in our time." — Justin Yifu Lin, Former Chief Economist, the World Bank Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University, China

Edited by Stephen Gill, York University, Canada The contributors highlight alternative imaginaries and social forces harnessing new organizational and political forms to counter and displace dominant strategies of rule. They suggest that to address intensifying economic, ecological and ethical crises far more effective, legitimate and far-sighted forms of global governance are required. Contents: 1. Reimagining the Future – Some Critical Reflections; Stephen Gill * 2. Horizons of Global Governance; Richard Falk * 3. Towards Gendered Global Economic Governance: A Three-Dimensional Analysis of Social Forces; Isabella Bakker * 4. Income Inequality and the Future of Global Governance; Janine Brodie * 5. Beyond Inequality – Expulsions; Saskia Sassen * 6. New Constitutionalism, Democracy and the Future of Global Governance; A. Claire Cutler * 7. Trade Agreements and Progressive Governance; Scott Sinclair * 8. Remaking Progressive Global Governance – Some Reflections with Reference to the Judiciary and the Rule of Law; Upendra Baxi * 9. Radical Imaginaries and the Crisis of Global Governance; Stephen Gill January 2015 UK January 2015 US 272pp 7 graphs Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Complexity, Dynamics and Risks

This book investigates key issues facing leaders in increasingly complex decisionmaking environments as a result of globalization. It presents a synthesis and interpretation of academic research in multiple disciplines and integrates it into a practical approach that is readily useable by leaders in government, corporations, and civil society. Contents: Introduction * 1. Setting the Stage * 2. Dynamics of Change * 3. Complexity and Risk * 4. Leadership and Governance * 5. Risk Management Approaches * 6. Leadership and Context * 7. Conclusions October 2014 UK October 2014 US 328pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance Edited by Ellen Kuhlmann, TU University Dortmund, Germany, Robert H. Blank, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, University of Ottawa, Canada, Claus Wendt, University of Siegen, Germany "This handbook arrives at a moment of intense search for ways to improve the performance of health systems worldwide, expressed mainly in the pursuit of universal health coverage. [It] offers a critical, multidisciplinary, and geographically pluralistic perspective on contemporary healthcare policy and governance issues, which will prove invaluable not only to students of the health sciences, but also to health policy researchers and decision-makers around the world." — Dr. Julio Frenk, Dean of the Faculty, Harvard School of Public Health, USA

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Starting with more general issues of healthcare policy and governance in a global perspective and using the lens of national case studies of healthcare reform, this handbook addresses key themes in the debates over changing healthcare policy. Contents: 1. Healthcare Policy and Governance in Internal Perspective; Ellen Kuhlmann, Robert H. Blank, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, and Claus Wendt * PART I: HEALTHCARE POLICY AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE * PART II: HEALTH POLICY REFORM: GLOBAL TRENDS, LOCAL ROADMAPS * PART III: HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES POLICY AND WORKFORCE GOVERNANCE * PART IV: CONCEPTS OF HEALTH POLICY AND GOVERNANCE * PART V: AREAS OF HEALTH POLICY AND GOVERNANCE * PART VI: HEALTHCARE POLICY AND THE EQUALITY GAP March 2015 UK March 2015 US 672pp 33 b/w tables, 18 figures, 19 b/w illustrations Hardback £150.00 / $235.00 / CN$270.00 9781137384928 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Depoliticising Migration Global Governance and International Migration Narratives Antoine Pécoud, University of Paris 13, France Migration has become, since the nineties, the subject of growing international discussion and cooperation. By critically analyzing the reports produced by international organisations on migration, this text sheds light on the way these actors frame migration and develop their recommendations on how it should be governed. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. At UNESCO * 3. ‘Global Migration Governance’ And The Need For Shared Narratives * 4. Introducing International Migration Narratives * 5. Why Read IMN? * 6. Constructing A Federating Discourse * 7. Ordering Migration * 8. Depoliticising Migration * 9. Conclusion


MIKTA, Middle Powers, and New Dynamics of Global Governance The G20's Evolving Agenda Edited by Mo Jongryn, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea This volume is the result of a 2013 conference held by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies (South Korea) on the 'middle power' countries of Mexico, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea, Turkey and Australia (MIKTA). Experts and policymakers discussed how members of the MIKTA can work to advance global governance in emerging global issue areas. Contents: Contents * Preface; Hahm Chaibong * 1. Introduction: G20 Middle Powers (MIKTA) and Global Governance; Mo Jongryn * 2. Middle Powers and the Multilateral Pivot;Thomas Wright * 3. G20 Middle Powers and Initiatives on Development ;Andrew F. Cooper * 4. Middle Power Cooperation for Climate Change and Green Growth; Park Siwon * 5. Middle Power Leadership and the Evolution of the G20; Andrew F. Cooper and Mo Jongryn * 6. Middle Power Cooperation and Related Issues in the G20; Choi Heenam * 7. Middle Powers and the G20: Modest Proposals for Cooperation; Richard Gowan * Luncheon Keynote Speech; The Honorable Kim Sung-han, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs * Appendix * 2013 Asan Global Governance Conference: Program and Participants Biographies

December 2014 UK December 2014 US 109pp 2 figures, 2 b/w tables Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Özgür Heval Çınar, University of Oxford, UK "Turkey is the only state of 47 members of the Council of Europe not to recognise conscientious objection. In this new book, Çınar analyses and subjects to informed criticism Turkey's official State ideology, founded on the idea of a 'military-nation' based on a system of compulsory military service. This analysis is also relevant to many other states, especially since Çınar provides cogent and soundly based proposals for reform. This book is a unique resource for scholars and practitioners alike and is highly recommended." - Bill Bowring, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK This study examines Turkey's non-recognition of the right to conscientious objection to military service and locates this non-recognition within the context of international human rights law specifically United Nations and European Union system.

Mobility & Politics December 2014 UK December 2014 US 144pp Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Turkey’s Obligations under International Human Rights Law


Contents: PART I: THE RECOGNITION OF CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW * 1. International Level: The United Nations Human Rights System * 2. Regional Level: The European Human Rights System * 3. Consensus on International Standards * PART II: CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION TO MILITARY SERVICE: THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY * 4. Conscription and the Myth of the Military-Nation * 5. Intricacies of the Turkish Legal System * 6. Turkey’s International Obligations

July 2014 UK July 2014 US 170pp Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Debating the Socialist Legacy and Capitalist Globalization in China Edited by Xueping Zhong, Tufts University, USA, Ban Wang, Stanford University, USA This book seeks to offer critical voices while evoking the themes of the socialist past to bear on the 21st-century Chinese intellectual and cultural scenes. Contents: Table of Contents * Introduction: Why Does Socialist Culture Matter Today? * PART I: RETHINKING SOCIALISM, LITERATURE, AND CULTURE * PART II: CRITICAL REFLECTION ON LITERATURE AND CULTURE SINCE THE REFORM * PART III: DEBATING THE RISE OF ‘NEW LEFT’ CULTURE AND ‘SUBALTERN LITERATURE’ IN THE REFORM ERA * PART IV: PEOPLE’S LITERATURE AND CULTURE: FROM PAST TO FUTURE

July 2014 UK July 2014 US 300pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Migrant Mobilization and Securitization in the US and Europe How Does It Feel to Be a Threat? Ariane Chebel d’Appollonia, Associate Professor at the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers State University of New Jersey, USA A brief, critical synthesis of previous findings on securitization, migrant integration, and migrant mobilization. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Securitization of Immigration and Security Governance * 2. Securitization and Discrimination * 3. Securitization and Integration * 4. Securitization and Conventional Mobilization * 5. Securitization and Unconventional Mobilization * Conclusion * Bibliography * Index Europe in Transition - The NYU European Studies Series April 2015 UK April 2015 US 224pp 8 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


European Glocalization in Global Context Edited by Roland Robertson, University of Pittsburgh, USA and University of Aberdeen, UK This book consists of a collection of essays that deal with glocalization in Europe, including the idea of Europeanization as glocalization. The contributors deal with a range of topics including migration, media, football, beauty, Christianity, democracy and the European Union.

Regimes of Social Cohesion Societies and the Crisis of Globalization Andy Green, Institute of Education, University of London, UK, Jan Germen Janmaat, Institute of Education, University of London, UK "This timely volume represents an excellent intervention within debates about 'the effects of social change on the social fabric' (p. 1) in the context of globalization, increasing inequality and social diversity, and the intensification of concerns about these trends in the aftermath of the financial crisis, recession and the new politics of austerity . . . Their book is a very worthwhile contribution to these aims and should be widely read by all those working in the fields of cohesion studies." —John Flint, International Sociology In this volume, now in paperback, Green and Janmaat employ an original and highly interdisciplinary mixed method approach to identify four major traditions of social cohesion in developed societies, analyzing how these various mechanisms are withstanding the strains of the current global financial crisis.

Contents: Roland Robertson; Prologue * 1. Roland Robertson; Europeanization as Glocalization * 2. Forms of the World: Roots, Histories, and Horizons of the Glocal; Franciscu Sedda * 3. The Glocalisations of Christianity in Europe: A Global-Historical Perspective; Victor Roudometof * 4. European Television Programming: Exemplifying and Theorizing Glocalization in the Media; Andrea Esser * 5. Glocalization Effects of Immigrants’ Activities on the Host Society: An Exploration of a Neglected Theme; Ewa Morawska * 6. From Football to Futebol: A Glocal Perspective on the Influence of Europe on Brazilian Football (and Vice-Versa); Paolo Demuru * 7. Exploring the Glocal Flow of Beauty: From Euro-America to the World?; Debra Gimlin * 8 Glocalization and the Simultaneous Rise and Fall of Democracy at Century’s End; Chris Kollmeyer * Roland Robertson: Epilogue

Europe in a Global Context November 2014 UK November 2014 US 248pp 3 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights


Contents: List of Tables and Figures * 1. Introduction * 2. Defining Social Cohesion * 3. Western Intellectual Traditions of Social Cohesion * 4. The Social Origins and Development of Social Cohesion Traditions * 5. Contemporary Regimes of Social Cohesion and their Institutional Foundations * 6. Quantitative Analysis of Regimes of Social Cohesion * 7. Value Diversity and Social Cohesion * 8. Regimes of Social Cohesion and the Global Crisis * Appendix I: Sources and Survey Items * Appendix II: Dataset Used for Statistical Analyses * References Education, Economy and Society September 2014 UK September 2014 US 264pp 10 b/w tables, 52 figures Paperback £24.99 / $45.00 / CN$50.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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Politics in Contemporary Vietnam Party, State, and Authority Relations

Edited by Mark Beeson, The University of Western Australia

Edited by Jonathan London, City University Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Incomplete Democracies in the Asia-Pacific

Vietnam's political development has entered an extraordinary, if indeterminate, phase. Comprising contributions from leading Vietnam scholars, this volume comprehensively explores the core aspects of Vietnam's politics, providing a cutting-edge analysis of politics in one of East Asia's least understood countries.

Evidence from Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines and Thailand Edited by Giovanna Maria Dora Dore, John Hopkins University, USA, Jae H. Ku, John Hopkins University, USA, Karl Jackson, John Hopkins University, USA This collection presents a varied picture of the state of democracy in Asia, revealing unique findings from a project entitled the 'Asia Democracy Initiative' which explored the role of ordinary people in democratization through the rise of expressive social values in Indonesia, South Korea, the Philippines and Thailand. Contents: 1. Introduction; Giovanna Maria Dora Dore and Karl D. Jackson 2. Democracy is not the only game in town: Democratic and Authoritarian Attitudes in Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea and Thailand; Giovanna Maria Dora Dore 3. Democratization and the Middle Class in Indonesia: Waiting for Godot?; Karl D. Jackson 4. The Decline of Political Participation in South Korea between 2000 and 2011; Jae H. Ku 5. From Subjects to Citizens: Democratic Consolidation in Thailand between 2000 and 20011; Prinat Apirat 6. The Philippines: Who votes, who participates, and why?; Giovanna Maria Dora Dore 7. Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction with Political Leaders in Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea and Thailand; James Marshall Kirby 8. Conclusions; Jae H. Ku October 2014 UK October 2014 US 304pp 35 b/w tables, 19 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Beyond Aid Edited by Eun Mee Kim, Ewha Women’s University, South Korea, Pil Ho Kim, Lewis and Clark College, USA This volume explores South Korea's successful transition from an underdeveloped, authoritarian country to a modern industrialized democracy. South Korea's experience of foreign aid gives a unique perspective on how to use foreign aid for economic development as well as how to build a strong partnership between developed and developing countries. Contents: Introduction: The South Korean Development Experience; Eun Mee Kim and Pil Ho Kim * 1. From Development to Development Cooperation: Foreign Aid, Country Ownership, and the Developmental State in South Korea; Eun Mee Kim and Pil Ho Kim * 2. The Effect of Aid Allocation: an Econometric Analysis of Grant Aid and Concessional Loans to South Korea, 19531978; Jaewoo Lee * 3. Coordination and Capacity Building in US Aid to South Korea, 1945-1975; Jinkyung Kim and Pil Ho Kim * 4. Aid Effectiveness and Fragmentation: Changes in Global Aid Architecture and South Korea as an Emerging Donor; Eun Mee Kim, Ji Hyun Kim, and Jae Eun Lee * 5. The Capability Enhancing Developmental State: Concepts and National Trajectories; Peter B. Evans * 6. South Korea’s Development Experience as an Aid Recipient: Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa; Monday Lewis Igbafen * 7. The Politicization of Humanitarian Assistance: Aid and Security on the Korean Peninsula; Brendan Howe and Dong Jin Kim * Conclusion: Beyond Aid; Eun Mee Kim


May 2014 UK May 2014 US 248pp 9 b/w illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Exceptional Socialists The Case of the French Socialist Party

The South Korean Development Experience

June 2014 UK June 2014 US 200pp 10 figures, 24 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Contents: 1. Politics in Contemporary Vietnam; Jonathan D. London * 2. Persistence amid Decay: The Communist Party of Vietnam at 83; Tuong Vu * 3. State versus State: The PrincipalAgent Problem in Vietnam’s Decentralizing Economic Reforms; Thomas Jandl * 4. Authoritarianism Reconfigured: Evolving accountability relations within Vietnam’s One-Party Rule; Thaveeporn Vasavakul * 5. Understanding the Confidence Vote in Vietnamese National Assembly: An Update on Adverse Effects of Sunshine; Edmund J. Malesky * 5. Government Repression and Toleration of Dissidents in Contemporary Vietnam; Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet * 7. The Apparatus of Authoritarian Rule in Vietnam; Carlyle Thayer * 8. The Political Influence of Civil Society in Vietnam; Andrew Wells-Dang * 9. Toward a New Politics?; Jonathan London Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific


David S. Bell, University of Leeds, UK, Byron Criddle, University of Aberdeen, UK "The French Socialists are the least known and least successful of Europe's major political parties. In none of its three periods of government since the famous victory of 1981 has it secured re-endorsement for a further term... The appointment of business friendly Prime Minister Manuel Valls is an important step but it is too early to say whether it will be successful. In this important book the UK's leading scholars of the French Socialists, David Bell and Byron Criddle, provide an indispensable guide to this most exceptional of parties." – William E. Paterson OBE, Honorary Professor for German and European Politics, Aston University, UK This engaging exploration of the French Socialist Party details the exceptional problems that the party has faced and the way it has dealt with them. The result is a comprehensive and compelling guide to the quiddities of political infighting, the structure of power and of the environment in which the party operates. Contents: 1. Introduction: Exceptional Socialists * 2. The Competitive Context * 3. Party Organisation * 4. Party Factional identity and Personalities * 5. Presidentialism and Primaries * 6. Ideology and Policy * 7. Challenge from the Minoritarian Left * 8. Socialist Politics Post Mitterrand 1988-2002 * 9. Socialist Party Development after 2002 * 10. Conclusion

French Politics, Society and Culture November 2014 UK November 2014 US 256pp 34 b/w tables, 4 figures, 4 graphs Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Gender Equality Norms in Regional Governance

New Mobilities in Europe and Beyond

Transnational Dynamics in Europe, South America and Southern Africa

Natalia Ribas-Mateos, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain Border Shifts develops a more complex and multifaceted understanding of global borders, analysing internal and external EU borders from the Mediterranean region to the US-Mexico border, and exploring a range of issues including securitization, irregular migration, race, gender and human trafficking. Contents: Preface: Rethinking Borders * 1. Exploring the Shifting Contours * 2. Locating EU-Mediterranean Borders * 3. A border laboratory? The Mexican-US Region as a Reference * 4. The LusoGalician Raia (line) * 5. The Catalan Border * Postface: Observing the Ongoing Shift Frontiers of Globalization April 2015 UK April 2015 US 224pp 2 b/w tables Hardback £60.00 / $95.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Mediated Citizenship The Informal Politics of Speaking for Citizens in the Global South Edited by Bettina von Lieres, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada, Laurence Piper, University of Western Cape, South Africa Drawing on case studies from the global South, this book explores the politics of mediated citizenship in which citizens are represented to the state through third party intermediaries. The studies show that mediation is both widely practiced and multi-directional and that it has an important role to play in deepening democracy in the global South. Contents: Introduction: The Crucial Role of Mediators in Relations between States and Citizens; Laurence Piper and Bettina von Lieres * PART I: MEDIATING THE CITY * 1. Mediation and the Contradictions of Representing the Urban Poor in South Africa: The Case of Sanco Leaders in Imizamo Yethu in Cape Town, South Africa * 2. Citizen Power or State Weakness? The Enduring History of Collective Action in a Hyderabadi Bazaar; Shylashri shankar * 3. The Politics of Mediation in Fragile Democracies: Building New Social Contracts Through, and for, Democratic Citizenship in Angola; Bettina von Lieres * 4. ‘Parallel Power’ In Rio de Janeiro: Coercive Mediators and the Fragmentation of Citizenship in the Favela; Joanna wheeler * PART II: MEDIATING THE NATIONAL * 5. Challenging the Gatekeepers: Disability Rights Advocacy and the Struggle for Self-Representation within Lebanon’s Postwar Sectarian Democracy; Paul Kingston * 6. Mediation in India’s Policy Spaces; Deepta Chopra * 7. Mediating Active Citizenship and Social Mobility in Working Class Schools: The Case of Equal Education in Khayelitsha, Cape Town; Brahm Fleisch and Steven Robins * 8. Mobilising for Democracy: Civil Society Mediation and Access to Policy in India; Ranjita Moha * 9. Mediation at the Grassroots: Claiming Rights by Empowering Citizens in Bangladesh; Lopita Huq and Simeen Mahmud * PART III: MEDIATING THE POST-NATIONAL * 10: Mediation as Diplomacy: Dynamics of Governance and Representation in Brazilian Indigenous Societies; Alex Shankland * 11. Achieving First Nation Self-Government In Yukon, Canada: The Mediating Role of the Council for Yukon Indians (cyi), 1975-1995*; Roberta Rice * 12. Transnationalisation as Mediation: Uyghur’s Rights-Based Mobilisation Outside China; Laura Trajber Waisbich

Frontiers of Globalization October 2014 UK October 2014 US 288pp 3 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by Anna van der Vleuten, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, Anouka van Eerdewijk, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands,Conny Roggeband, FLACSO Ecuador and VU University, Netherlands "The book succeeds in bringing together research on transnational norm diffusion with comparative regionalism. The combination provides a fresh perspective on how global norms of gender equality are contested and negotiated when they travel from the global to the regional level."—Professor Tanja A. Börzel, Jean Monnet Chair and Director of the Center for European Integration, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany This book analyses the diffusion of norms concerning gender-based violence and gender mainstreaming of aid and trade between the EU, South America and Southern Africa. Norm diffusion is conceptualized as a truly multidirectional and polycentric process, shaped by regional governance and resulting in new geometries of transnational activism. Contents: 1. Introducing the Book; Anna van der Vleuten, Anouka van Eerdewijk and Conny Roggeband * PART I * 2. Regional Governance, Gender and Transnationalism: A First Exploration; Anna van der Vleuten and Anouka van Eerdewijk * 3. Gender Equality Norm Diffusion and Actor Constellations: A First Exploration; Anouka van Eerdewijk and Conny Roggeband * PART II * 4. EU and the Export of Gender Equality Norms: Myth and Facts; Alison E. Woodward and Anna van der Vleuten * 5. Gender Mainstreaming in EU Development Policy towards Southern Africa and South America; Petra Debusscher * 6. Gender Mainstreaming in Mercosur and in Mercosur-EU Trade Relations; Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann *and more...

Gender and Politics June 2014 UK June 2014 US 272pp 1 figure, 5 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Rural Women’s Power in South Asia: Understanding Shakti Pashington Obeng, Wellesley College, USA This book investigates how women's power and caste cleavages often continue to transcend and crosscut the boundaries of caste/tribe, gender, age, class and religion in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh It examines the gendered divisions of labor in rural communities and how countervailing forces have restricted women's status and roles in South Asia. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. History and Identity * 3. Policies and Interventions * 4. Governments, NGOs, Sanghas and Entrepreneurs (20+) * 5. Senior Women’s Shakti (60+) 6. Conclusion

Gender, Development and Social Change July 2014 UK July 2014 US 208pp Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Policy Discourses on Irregular Migration in Germany and the United Kingdom

A Reappraisal Ronnie Hjorth, Swedish National Defence College, Sweden

Bastian A. Vollmer, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford "This book answers challenging questions. In a comparative manner, Bastian Vollmer...In a remarkably detailed and analytically sharp way, he has done an enormous service to academics, policy-makers and the informed public." — Werner Schiffauer, Faculty of Social and Cultural Sciences, Euroepan University Viadrina, Germany

The author re-examines the concept of equality in international society, past and present. The view that equality necessarily flows from sovereignty is considered a contingent rather than a necessary contention. A new framework for equality in international society is sketched out, emphasising the normative strength of the principle of equality. Contents: Preface * 1. Introduction * 2. Concepts, Approaches, Devices * PART I: HISTORY: A BACKWARD GLANCE 3. Two Naturalist Theories * 4. Hobbes and the Constructivist Theory of Equality * 5. Equality and Hierarchy * 6. Sovereign Equality and its Discontents * Conclusions * PART II. THEORY: A FRESH BEGINNING * 7. Equality Without Sovereignty * 8. A New Framework for Equality * 9. The Limits of International Society * Conclusions * Bibliography

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convergent path.

Migration expert Bastian Vollmer explores the contentious issue of irregular migration in the highlycharged contexts of Germany and the UK. Through policy and discourse analysis the author explains why, despite the differing contexts and migration histories, German and British policy responses to the issue are now on a

Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Policy Discourses, Frames, Methods * 3. United Kingdom * 4. Germany * 5. Comparative Meta-frames * 6. Concluding Remarks 9780230393158

New Perspectives in German Political Studies October 2014 UK October 2014 US 312pp 1 figure Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


New Border and Citizenship Politics Edited by Helen Schwenken, University of Kassel, Germany, Sabine Ruß-Sattar, University of Kassel, Germany This collection examines the intersections and dynamics of bordering processes and citizenship politics in the Global North and Australia. By taking the political agency of migrants into account, it approaches the subject of borders as a genuine political and socially constructed phenomenon and transcends a statecentered perspective. Contents: New Border and Citizenship Politics: An Introduction; Helen Schwenken and Sabine Ruß-Sattar * PART I * 1. Part I Introduction: The Politics of Redefining Borders; Helen Schwenken and Sabine Ruß-Sattar * 2. Constructing Voluntarism: Technologies of ‘Intent Management’ in Australian Border Controls; Leanne Weber and Sharon Pickering * 3. Malta and the Rescue of Unwanted Migrants at Sea: Negotiating the Humanitarian Law of the Sea and the Contested Redesigning of Borders; Silja Klepp * 4. Negotiating Mobility, Debating Borders: Migration Diplomacy in Turkey-EU Relations; Ahmet İçduygu and Ayşen Üstübici PART II * 5. Part II Introduction: The Technologies of Bordering; Helen Schwenken and Sabine Ruß-Sattar * 6. The Momentum of Contestation: Airports as Borderlands on the Inside; Detlef Sack * 7. The Interiorisation and Localisation of Border Control: A US Case; Robyn Magalit Rodriguez * 8. Outsiders/Insiders: How Local Immigrant Organisations Contest the Exclusion of Undocumented Immigrants in the US; Mara Sidney 9. Conditionalities as Internal Borders: The Case of ‘Security of Residence’ for ThirdCountry Nationals in Austria; İlker Ataç * PART III * 10. Part III Introduction: Politics of Citizenship as Border Politics; Sabine Ruß-Sattar and Helen Schwenken *and more...

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The Politics of Immigration in Multi-Level States Governance and Political Parties Edited by Eve Hepburn, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain "This book presents the most comprehensive and systematic attempt so far to understand how territorial interests at substate level shape responses to international migration." — Rainer Bauböck, European University Institute, Italy This book develops an exploratory theory of immigration in multilevel states addressing two themes: governance and political parties. It examines not only how, and by whom, immigration policy is decided and implemented at different levels, but also how it has become a key-issue of party competition across multilevel states. Contents: PART I: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK * 1. Introduction: Immigration Policies in Multilevel States; Eve Hepburn and Ricard Zapata-Barrero * 2. Multilevel Governance of Immigration in Multinational States: ‘Who governs?’ Reconsidered; Ricard Zapata-Barrero and Fiona Barker * 3. Multilevel Party Politics of Immigration: Territorial Rescaling and Party Competition; Eve Hepburn * PART II: GOVERNANCE * 4. Divided on Immigration, Two Models for Integration: The Multilevel Governance of Immigration and Integration in Belgium; Ilke Adam and Dirk Jacobs * 5. Canadian Federalism and the Governance of Immigration; Raffaele Iacovino * 6. Managing Immigration in a Multinational Context: Border Struggles and Nationbuilding in Contemporary Scotland and Catalonia; Jean-Thomas Arrighi de Casanova * and more...

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GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Nationality, Citizenship and Ethno-Cultural Belonging

First World Hunger Revisited

Preferential Membership Policies in Europe

2nd edition

Food Charity or the Right to Food?

Costica Dumbrava, Maastricht University, The Netherlands "This book combines normative and empirical scrutiny of Europe's citizenship laws... Dumbrava's book does not only demonstrate that there is little convergence towards liberal standards of inclusion. It also develops highly original ideas about the foundations of citizenship. A very important and well-written contribution to a core aspect of democracy." – Rainer Bauböck, European University Institute, Italy

liberal democratic states.

This book challenges mainstream arguments about the de-ethnicization of citizenship in Europe, offering a critical discussion of normative justifications for ethno-cultural citizenship and an original elaboration of principles of membership suitable for contemporary

Contents: Introduction * PART I: CITIZENSHIP RULES IN EUROPE * 1. Birthright Citizenship * 2. Ordinary Naturalisation * 3. Preferential Naturalisation * 4. Loss of Citizenship * PART II: ETHNOCULTURAL CITIZENSHIP * 5. A Sovereign Right * 6. A Right to Self-Definition * 7. A Remedial Right * PART III: DIFFERENTIATED MEMBERSHIP * 8. Normative Framework * 9. The Regulation of Legal and Political Membership * Conclusion

Palgrave Studies in Citizenship Transitions August 2014 UK August 2014 US 208pp 7 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by Graham Riches, University of British Columbia, Canada, Tiina Silvasti, University of Jyväskylä, Finland "The West continues to offer its food systems, consumption patterns and choice culture as the one and only righteous route to progress. This book reminds us the West has a major problem of food inequalities. We need to take a deep breath, look at the evidence and reconsider where food policies are and are not taking us." — Tim Lang, City University London, UK Is food aid the way of the future? What are the prospects for integrated public policies informed by the right to food? First World Hunger Revisited investigates the rise of food charity and corporately sponsored food banks as effective and sustainable responses to increasing hunger and food poverty in twelve rich ‘food-secure’ societies. Contents: Foreword by Olivier De Schutter, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food (20082014) * 1. Hunger in the Rich World: Food Aid and Right to Food Perspectives; Graham Riches and Tiina Silvasti * 2. Food Banks in Australia: Discouraging the Right to Food; Sue Booth * 3. A Right to Food Approach: Public Food Banks in Brazil; Cecilia Rocha * 4. Canada: Thirty Years of Food Charity and Public Policy Neglect; Graham Riches and Valerie Tarasuk * 5. Hunger and Food Aid in Estonia: a Local Authority and Family Obligation; Jüri Kõre * 6. Hunger in a Nordic Welfare State: Finland; Tiina Silvasti and Jouko Karjalainen * 7. Poverty Amid Growth: post-1997 Hong Kong Food Banks; Kwong-leung Tang, Yu-hong Zhu and Yan-yan Chen * 8. Privatising the Right to Food: Aotearoa/New Zealand; Mike O’Brien * 9. Between Markets and Masses: Food Assistance and Food Banks in South Africa; Sheryl Hendriks and Angela McIntyre *and more... September 2014 UK September 2014 US 280pp 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Paperback £19.99 / $32.00 / CN$36.99 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Immigration and Citizenship in an Enlarged European Union The Political Dynamics of Intra-EU Mobility Simon McMahon, Coventry University, UK ''No subject is more divisive then migration policy in the current political debate in Europe. ..This book provides a comprehensive overview of the politics of immigration and citizenship in the European Union, going [to] the origins of the debate on what it truly means to be a European Citizen... This thorough volume is essential reading for those who wish to understand the dynamics of intra-EU migration from a deep, cultural perspective.'' - Professor Leila Simona Talani, Professor of International Political Economy and Jean Monnet Chair in European Political Economy, King's College London A distinctive contribution to the politics of citizenship and immigration in an expanding European Union, this book explains how and why differences arise in responses to immigration by examining local, national and transnational dimensions of public debates on Romanian migrants and the Roma minority in Italy and Spain. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Politics of Immigration and Citizenship in an Enlarging European Union * 2. Defining who is who in the politics of immigration * 3. The Structural Context of Immigration to Italy and Spain * 4. The National Politics of immigration in Italy and Spain * 5. The Local Politics of Immigration in Rome and Madrid * 6. Intra-Eu Migrant Politics in Italy and Spain * 7. The politics of the Roma in Italy and Spain * 8. Conclusions: Becoming citizens of an expanding European Union

Palgrave Studies in Citizenship Transitions February 2015 UK February 2015 US 248pp 16 illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

European Integration, Processes of Change and the National Experience Edited by Stefanie Börner, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, Monika Eigmüller, Free University Berlin, Germany In order to better understand processes of European integration, this book offers a new perspective that compares past experiences of change to current transitional moments at the European level. It addresses key questions about European society, EU integration and social change to reveal the social construction of emergent polities and societies. Contents: Preface * PART I: EUROPEAN INTEGRATION MEETS HISTORICAL SOCIOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION * PART II: COMPARING PROCESSES OF STATE BUILDING * PART III: NATIONAL SOCIAL POLICY MAKING AND EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES * PART IV: CONSTRUCTING SOCIETIES NOW AND THEN

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The Invention of a European Development Aid Bureaucracy

Centre, Periphery and the EU's External Borders Andreas Müller, Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Germany This book explores the structural tensions and conflicts that arise with the abolition of border controls between the EU's member states and how this conflict ridden relationship affects and is affected by the institutional shape of the EU's external borders. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Post-national Borders as Functions or Institutions: A Theoretical Framework * 3. The EU and the Transformations of Borders * 4. Methods and Research Design * 5. Maintaining Internal Freedom of Movement: The European Commission’s Perspective on the external EU- Borders * 6. Enforcing Selective Migration Policies: Germany and the External EU-Borders * 7. Promoting Open Borders: Poland and the Visa Obligation * 8. The institutionalization of the EU’s border Regime between Poland and Ukraine * 9. Conclusion

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Recycling Empire Veronique Dimier, Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium "Dimier offers a fascinating account of the construction of a development bureaucracy within the European Commission... This book is a scholarly yet readable history of the evolution of EU development policy. "—Michelle Cini, Professor of European Politics, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies (SPAIS), University of Bristol, UK A comprehensive analysis of how European development policy was shaped, this book explores the role of former colonial officials in shaping the policy agenda and explores this example of 'recycled empire.' Dimier argues that this post-colonial agenda only changed as a result of pressure from the OECD and World Bank in the 1980s and 1990s. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. ‘Grandeurs et Servitudes Européennes en Afrique’ * 3. Brussels or the last French Colony: French Colonial Administrators’ Leadership in Designing DG8 * 4. ‘Du Bon Usage de la Tournée’: DG8’s Quest for Legitimacy * 5. Flag Dictatorship within the European Commission? The Construction of DG8’s Autonomy * 6. Fachoda Revisited: the Effects of the first EEC Enlargement on DG8 * 7. EEC Development Policy: a Sedimentation of Empire? * 8. In the Name of Efficiency * 9. From Indirect to Direct Rule: Towards Normative Power Europe? * 10. ‘Adieu les Artistes, Here are the Managers’ * 11. EEC Bureaucracy in Action * 12. Conclusion

Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics August 2014 UK August 2014 US 256pp Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Europarties After Enlargement Organization, Ideology and Competition Edoardo Bressanelli, Department of European and International Studies, King’s College London, University of London, UK "This book addresses important questions about comparative and EU politics. Aptly combining different methods and data, and written in a clear and accessible style, it shows that the Europarties have effectively "survived" their own Eastward enlargement. As the Europarties are gaining momentum in the EU, this book could not be more topical." —Sergio Fabbrini, Professor of Political Science and Director, LUISS School of Government, Rome By comparing the importance of representative democracy to the EU as enshrined in the Lisbon Treaty with the political systems in the EU’s newest member states, this study explores whether representative democracy can really exist in an enlarged EU and explores the constraints and opportunities for political parties operating the in the EU. Contents: Introduction PART I: CONTEXT AND THEORY 1. EU Democracy and Europarty Institutionalization * 2. Framing the Impact of Enlargement PART II: EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS 3. Widening and Deepening the Political Groups * 4. Europarty Ideology: Data and Measurement * 5. Ideological Cohesion and Differences after Enlargement * 6. Ideology and Pragmatism in the West and the East * 7. From Preferences to Behaviour: Voting Cohesion in the EP * 8. Left-Right Confrontation or Grand Coalition? * Conclusions: Europarties’ Prospects beyond the 2014 EP Elections

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Higher Education Governance and Policy Change in Western Europe International Challenges to Historical Institutions Michael Dobbins, Goethe University, Germany, Christoph Knill, University of Konstanz, Germany This book provides a comparative analysis of the impact of 'soft Europeanization' on higher education governance in Western Europe. Using concrete indicators of policy change, it focuses on university reform in Italy, France, Germany and the UK to explore how historical legacies and transnational communication have impacted policy pathways. Contents: 1. Introduction: Higher Education Governance between Historical Roots and Transnational Convergence Pressures 2. Theoretical Framework: National Higher Education Policies between Transnational Communication and Institutional PathDependence 3. France: More State, More Market and more... Humboldt? 4. Italy: The ‘Outsmarted’ State? 5. Great Britain: Policy ‘Doubling-Down’ as a Response to Transnationalization? 6. Germany: From Humboldtism to ‘Constrained Marketization’ 7. Comparative Conclusions

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GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Organizing for Coordination in the Public Sector Practices and Lessons from 12 European Countries

Gender, Globalization, and Health in a Latin American Context

Edited by Per Lægreid, University of Bergen, Norway, Külli Sarapuu, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, Lise H. Rykkja, University of Bergen, Norway, Tiina Randma-Liiv, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Jasmine Gideon, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK Using a political economy of health, this book examines the linkages between gender, globalization, and health in a Latin American context.

This collection focuses on public sector coordination, key aspect of governments' have sought to tackle contemporary policy challenges. By guiding the reader through 20 case studies of novel coordination instruments from 12 countries, the compendium gives valuable lessons for achieving better coordination of public policies. Contents: 1. Introduction: Emerging Coordination Practices in European Public Management; Per Lægreid, Tiina Randma-Liiv, Lise H. Rykkja and Külli Sarapuu * PART I: COORDINATION IN NORTHERN EUROPE * PART II: COORDINATION IN WESTERN EUROPE * PART III: COORDINATION IN SOUTHERN EUROPE * PART IV: COORDINATION IN EASTERN EUROPE * PART V: CONCLUSION

Public Sector Organizations November 2014 UK November 2014 US 304pp 8 b/w tables, 2 figures, 1 diagram Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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The Bureaucratization of the World in the Neoliberal Era

Rhetoric in British Politics and Society Edited by Judi Atkins, University of Leeds ,UK, Alan Finlayson, School of Political, Social and International Studies, James Martin, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, Nick Turnbull, University of Manchester, UK "Rhetorics in British Politics and Society is a unique book. It is the most comprehensive survey of the place of rhetoric in British political culture available at the moment....The authors show that politics and civil society cannot afford to ignore rhetoric, its past and even more so its future."—Johan Siebers, Division of English Language, Linguistics, Literature and Culture, University of Central Lancashire, UK Although the art of rhetoric is central to the practice of politics it also plays an important role in civic and private life. Using Aristotelian notions of ethos, pathos and logos, this collection offers engaging discussions on everything from Prime Minister's Questions and Welsh devolution to political satire and the rhetoric of cultural racism. Contents: Introduction: Rhetoric and the British Way of Politics; Alan Finlayson and James Martin * PART I - POLITICS AND LEADERSHIP * SECTION TWO - IDEOLOGY AND POLICY * SECTION THREE - CULTURE AND SOCIETY August 2014 UK August 2014 US 208pp 1 figure, 1 b/w table Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$108.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Contents: Foreword; Armando Barrientos * 1. Latin American Social Policy: Challenging Gender Inequalities? * 2. A Gendered Political Economy of Health * 3. The Development of Gendered Health Systems * 4. Engendering Governance in Health? * 5. Gender, the Changing Nature of Work and Health * 6. Gender, Migrant Labor, and Health * 7. Concluding Comments

An International and Comparative Perspective Béatrice Hibou, CERI-Sciences Po/CNRS, France Contemporary bureaucracy is a set of norms, rules, procedures, and formalities which includes administration, business, and NGOs. Where Max Weber meets Michel Foucault, Béatrice Hibou analyzes the political dynamics underlying this process. Neoliberal bureaucracy is a vector of discipline and control, producing social and political indifference. Contents: 1. What is Neoliberal Bureaucracy? * 2. A Bureaucratized Society * 3. Market and Enterprise Bureaucracy at the Heart of the Neoliberal Art of Governing * 4. Neoliberal Bureaucratic Domination: Diffuse Control and the Production of Indifference * 5. Struggles and Breaches: Bureaucratization as the Site of Enunciation of the * Politica

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Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders

Beyond Risk Culture Edited by Sandrine Revet, Sciences Po, France, Julien Langumier, Sciences Po, France

Anne Laure Amilhat-Szary, Université Grenoble Alpes, France, Frédéric Giraut, Université de Genève, Switzerland

Based on extensive ethnographic and historical research conducted in diverse field locations, this volume offers an acute analysis of how actors at local, national, and international levels govern disasters; it examines the political issues at stake that often go unaddressed and demonstrates that victims of disaster do not remain passive.

This book explores the emerging forms and functions of contemporary mobile borders. It deals with issues of security, technology, migration and cooperation while addressing the epistemological and political questions that they raise. The 'borderities' approach illuminates the question of how borders can be the site of both power and counter-power.

Contents: PART I: ANTICIPATION, PREPAREDNESS AND CONTROVERSIES * 1. Governing by Hazard: Controlling Mudslides and Promoting Tourism in the Mountains above AlmaAta (Kazakhstan), 1966-1977, Marc Elie * 2. Monitoring Animals, Preparing Humans: An Ethnographical Study of Avian Influenza, Frédérick Keck * PART II: PARTICIPATION AND CONSULTATION * 3. Cultivating Communities after Disaster: A Whirlwind of Generosity on the Coasts of Sri Lanka, Mara Benadusi * 4. A Critical Look at the ‘Risk culture’: France’s ‘Plan Rhône’; Julien Langumier * PART III: ISSUES OF MEMORY * 5. Memory and methodology: Translocal and Transtemporal Fieldwork in Post-Disaster Santa Fe (Argentina), Susann Ullberg, * 6. Laura Centemeri, Investigating the ‘Discrete Memory’ of the Seveso Disaster in Italy * Postscript: Thinking (by way of) Disaster; Nicolas Dodier

The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy March 2015 UK March 2015 US 288pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

A New Constellation of Statehood in Education? Edited by Kerstin Martens, University of Bremen, Germany, Philipp Knodel, University of Bremen, Germany, Michael Windzio, University of Bremen, Germany This book investigates and discusses the phenomenon of internationalization of education policy and its consequences for national policymaking processes. By comparing educational outcomes and actors' reactions in different countries, it provides detailed insights into a highly contested policy field. Contents: 1. Outcomes and Actors’ Reactions on Internationalization in Education Policy: A Theoretical Approach; Philipp Knodel, Kerstin Martens and Michael Windzio 2. Achievement vs. Equality: What Determines PISA Performance for Whom?; Janna Teltemann 3. Sweeping Change - But Does It Matter? The Bologna Process and Determinants of Student Mobility; Timm Fulge and Eva Maria Vögtle 4. After the Big Bang: German Education Policy in the Wake of the PISA Study and the Bologna Process; Dennis Niemann 5. French Education Politics after PISA and Bologna: Rupture or Continuité?; Michael Dobbins 6. On Silent Wings: PISA, Bologna, and the Debate about Internationalization in England; Philipp Knodel 7. New Culture, Old System: Reactions on Internationalization in Spanish Education Policy; Marie Popp 8. Cooperation or Conflict? Education Politics in Switzerland after the PISA Study and the Bologna Process; Tonia Bieber & and more...

Transformations of the State


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Globalization and Borders Death at the Global Frontier


Internationalization of Education Policy

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Leanne Weber, Monash University, Australia, Sharon Pickering, Monash University, Australia "Globalization and Borders: Death at the Global Frontier is a must-read for anyone interested in rethinking the problem of policing migration beyond traditional approaches to migration, border controls and sovereignty."—Punishment and Society This book analyzes the political and material conditions driving contemporary border control policies, revealing the mounting death tolls arising at illegal borders in Europe, Australia and North America. Contents: List of Tables, Figures and Images * Acknowledgements * List of Acronyms * 1. Introduction: Globalization and Borders * PART I: BORDER AUTOPSY: EXAMINING CONTEMPORARY BORDERS * 2. Charting the Global Frontier * 3. Counting and Discounting Border Deaths * 4. Accounting for Deaths at the Border * PART II: BORDER INQUEST: MISADVENTURE OR DEATH BY POLICY? * 5. Structural Violence * 6. Suspicious Deaths * 7. Suicide and Self-harm * PART III: FROM FINDING TRUTH TO PREVENTING BORDER HARM * 8. The Ambiguous Architecture of Risk * 9. Conclusion: Preventing Death by Sovereignty * Notes * Bibliography * Index Transnational Crime, Crime Control and Security September 2014 UK September 2014 US 262pp 11 b/w tables, 5 figures, 6 b/w photos Paperback £23.99 / $39.00 / CN$45.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Co-operative Innovations in China and the West

New Cultural and Political Perspectives Edited by Dino Abazović, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Mitja Velikonja, University of Ljublana, Slovenia "This volume is a testament to what can be achieved when, in proximity of the Scheveningen prison for war criminals, a group of scholars, joined by an American bestselling author, take a long-distance look on 'post-Yugoslavia'...The essays in this volume offer a fresh critical glance at the usual post-conflict tropes but by looking beyond them engage masterfully with emerging social, cultural and political phenomena that fertilise the exhausted soil of Post-Yugoslavia." —Igor Štiks, The University of Edinburgh, UK This interdisciplinary examination of present-day identities and histories of the former Yugoslavia explores relationships with the social, political, cultural and historical ‘facts and fictions’ that have marked the different parts of the region. It shows that while nationalism remains important other social dynamics also exert a strong influence. Contents: Introduction; Dino Abazović and Dubravka Žarkov * 1. The Yugoslavia Tribunal: The Moving Targets of a Legal Theatre; Marlies Glasius and Francesco Colona * 2. Politics, Religion and the Reconciliation Issue in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dino Abazović * 3. New Yugoslavism in Contemporary Popular Music in Slovenia; Mitja Velikonja * 4. Post-Yugoslav Nationalisms: Nostalgic Commemorations and Selective Appropriations of Yugoslavia’s Sporting and PopCultural Heritage; Vjekoslav Perica * and more... July 2014 UK July 2014 US 232pp 1 figure, 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Migrant Domestic Workers in the Middle East The Home and the World Edited by Bina Fernandez, University of Melbourne, Australia, Marina de Regt, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands "This edited volume, provides important new insights in the everyday lives of migrant domestic workers in the Middle East...Employing agency and mobility as key terms, the case studies go beyond the employer– domestic worker relation, and convincingly show how foreign domestics forge new socialities ."—Annelies Moors, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands For over half a century, the Middle East has been major migration corridor for domestic workers from Asia and Africa. This book Illuminates the multidimensionality of these workers’ lives as they engage in finding a balance between acting and being acted upon, struggle and accommodation, and movement and stasis. Contents: 1. Making a Home in the World: Migrant Domestic Workers in the Middle East; Bina Fernandez and Marina de Regt * 2. Forging Intimate and Work Ties: Migrant Domestic Workers Resist in Lebanon; Amrita Pande * 3. Degrees of (un)freedom: The Exercise of Agency by Ethiopian Migrant Domestic Workers in Kuwait and Lebanon; Bina Fernandez * 4. Immobilized Migrancy: Inflexible Citizenship and Flexible Practices * Among Migrants in the Gulf; Pardis Mahdavi * 5. The ‘Mama Mary’ of the White City’s Underside: Reflections on a * Filipina Domestic Workers’ Block Rosary in Tel Aviv, Israel; Claudia Liebelt * 6. Creating a ‘New Home’ Away from Home: Religious Conversions of Filipina Domestic Workers in Dubai and Doha; Naomi Hosoda and Akiko Watanabe * 7. Caring for the Future in the Kingdom: Saudi and Filipino Women Making Home in a World of Movement; Nada Elyas and Mark Johnson * 8. ‘Shall We Leave or Not?’ Ethiopian Women’s Notions of Home and Belonging and the Crisis in Yemen; Marina de Regt December 2014 UK December 2014 US 208pp Hardback £57.50 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Edited by Caroline Gijselinckx, Research Institute for Work and Society (HIVA), KU Leuven, Belgium, Li Zhao, KU Leuven, Belgium, Sonja Novkovic, Saint Mary’s University, Canada "This book is so timely and so relevant... I welcome the contribution that this book makes to the greater understanding of co-operatives in China and that strategic debate." —Dame Pauline Green, President of the International Co-operative Alliance. This book aims to contribute to our understanding of recent changes in Chinese and Western cooperatives. It will provide a variety of audiences with relevant and useful information for further co-operative development, mutual understanding and cooperation. Contents: PART I: GENERAL ANALYSIS OF TRENDS AND EVOLUTIONS IN CO-OPERATIVES IN THE WEST * PART II: SECTOR SPECIFIC ANALYSIS OF TRENDS AND EVOLUTIONS IN THE WEST * PART III: TRENDS AND EVOLUTIONS IN CHINESE CO-OPERATIVES July 2014 UK July 2014 US 312pp 11 figures, 19 tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Palgrave Handbook of National Parliaments and the European Union Edited by Claudia Hefftler, University of Cologne, Germany, Christine Neuhold, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands, Olivier Rozenberg, Centres d’Etude europeennes, Sciences Po, France, Julie Smith, University of Cambridge ,UK "Based on the impressive OPAL project, this handbook is a milestone in the study of the powers and involvement of national parliaments in European Union matters. It provides an encyclopedic coverage of changes introduced by the Lisbon Treaty and of the parliaments of all member states. It will remain stateof-the-art for many years to come." – Christopher Lord, ARENA, The Centre for European Studies, The University of Oslo, Norway This handbook offers a comprehensive picture of the European activities of national parliaments in all 28 member states of the European Union. In the aftermath of the Lisbon Treaty, it assesses the extent to which national legislatures actually matter in European governance. Contents: 1. Introduction; Olivier Rozenberg and Claudia Hefftler * PART I: CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES * PART II: THE SIX FOUNDING MEMBERS, 1952 * PART III: FIRST ENLARGEMENT, 1973 * PART IV: MEDITERRANEAN ENLARGEMNENTS, 1981 AND 1986 * PART V: POST COLD-WAR ENLARGEMENT, 1995 * PART VI: EASTERN AND MEDITERRANEAN ENLARGEMENTS, 2004, 2007 AND 2013 * February 2015 UK February 2015 US 632pp 46 b/w tables, 16 figures Hardback £150.00 / $235.00 / CN$270.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



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Subterranean Politics in Europe

Edited by Jonathan Michie, University of Oxford, UK, Cary Cooper, Lancaster University, UK "This book powerfully demonstrates that if some of the planet's most urgent problems are to be solved, then the social sciences are not just necessary but are in fact indispensable. Humanity today needs high-quality social science more than ever - this book brilliantly shows why and how this is so." —David Inglis, University of Exeter, UK


Published with the support of the Academy for Social Sciences, this volume provides an illuminating look at topics of concern to everyone at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Leading social scientists tackle complex questions such as immigration, unemployment, climate change, war, banks in trouble, and an ageing

Contents: Foreword; Howard Newby * Introduction and Overview; Jonathan Michie, Cary L Cooper * 1. Social Science, Parenting and Child Development; Pasco Fearon, Chloe Campbell, Lynne Murray * 2. Health and Wellbeing; James Campbell Quick, Robert J Gatchel, Cary L Cooper * 3. Climate Change and Society; John Urry * 4. Waste, Resource Recovery and Labour: Recycling Economies in the EU; Nicky Gregson, Mike Crang * 5. Poverty and Inequality; Rod Hick * 6. The Economy, Financial Stability and Sustainable Growth; Jonathan Michie * 7. Food Security, Rural Life and the Fate of Agriculture; Camilla Toulmin * and more... January 2015 UK January 2015 US 216pp 2 figures Hardback £60.00 / $95.00 / CN$110.00 Paperback £19.99 / $30.00 / CN$34.50 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Edited by Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, Sabine Selchow, London School of Economics and Politcal Science, UK, Tamsin MurrayLeach, London School of Economics and Politcal Science, UK The demonstrations and occupations that emerged across Europe in 2011-12 struck a chord in public opinion in a way that has not been true for many years. Based on research carried out across the continent, this volume investigates why this is occurring now and what they tell us about the future of the European project. Contents: 1. In Search of Europe’s Future: Subterranean Politics and the Other Crisis in Europe; Mary Kaldor and Sabine Selchow * 2. In Search of European Alternatives: Anti-Austerity Protests in Europe; Mario Pianta and Paolo Gerbaudo * 3. 2011: Subterranean Politics and Visible Protest on Social Justice in Italy; Donatella della Porta, Lorenzo Mosca and Louisa Parks * 4. The ‘Swarm Intelligence’ and Occupy - Recent Subterranean Politics In Germany; Anne Nassauer and Helmut K. Anheier * 5. The 15-M Movement: a Bet for Radical Democracy; Jordi Bonet i Martí * 6. Hungary at the Vanguard of Europe’s Rearguard? Emerging Subterranean Politics and Civil Dissent; Jody Jensen * 7. Political Blockage and the Absence of Europe: Subterranean Politics in London; Sean Deel and Tamsin Murray-Leach * 8. Alter-Europe: Progressive activists and Europe; Geoffrey Pleyers * 9. Conclusion: Towards a European Spring?; Ulrich Beck and Mary Kaldor February 2015 UK February 2015 US 240pp 16 b/w tables, 5 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Europe Beyond Universalism and Particularism

Democracy and Crisis Democratising Governance in the Twenty-First Century Edited by Benjamin Isakhan, Deakin University, Australia, Steven Slaughter, Deakin University, Australia "Viewing crises as opportunities to democratize governance, this volume offers a refreshing contribution to the debates on governance and democracy, theoretically as well as empirically... Well organized and well written, this book will be useful to newcomers as well as seasoned scholars in the field. "—Anne Mette Kjaer, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark

Edited by Susanna Lindberg, University of Tampere, Finland, Sergei Prozorov, University of Finland, Mika Ojakangas, University of Jyväskylä, Finland Resulting from an interdisciplinary dialogue between philosophy, political science and International Relations about Europe as a political community this volume rethinks the European political project beyond the rigid opposition between universalism and particularism approaching Europe as a space of the exposure of differences to each other.

Recent years have seen constant reports on the failures of governance and the crisis of democracy. By examining cases like Global Financial Crisis, the Arab Revolutions and Wikileaks this volume highlights tensions between governance and democracy during times of crisis and examines the prospects of democratising governance in the 21st Century.

Contents: Introduction: Transcending Europe; Susanna Lindberg, Sergei Prozorov, Mika Ojakangas * PART I: THE IDEA OF EUROPE * 1. European Political Universalism: A Very Short History; Mika Ojakangas * 2. Is ‘Europe’ an Idea in the Kantian Sense?; Rodolphe Gasché * 3. The Particular Universal: Europe in Modern Philosophies of History; Timo Miettinen * 4. Different Ways to Europe: Habermas and Derrida; Matthias Flatscher * PART II: BEYOND EUROPEAN IDENTITY * 5. Unhomely Europe; Susanna Lindberg * 6. Christian Europe: Borders and Boundaries of a Mythological Conception; Jayne Svenungsson * 7. What is the Other of Europe?; Sergei Prozorov * 8. Imagining Europe as Open Spaces; Ari Hirvonen


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Globalization, Labour and Rights Edited by Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, Birte Heidemann, University of Potsdam, Germany, Ole Birk Laursen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Janet Wilson, University of Northampton, UK An interdisciplinary collection of essays, Reworking Postcolonialism explores questions of work, precarity, migration, minority and indigenous rights in relation to contemporary globalization. It brings together political, economic and literary approaches to texts and events from across the postcolonial world. Contents: Acknowledgements * Notes on the contributors * Introduction * PART I: GLOBALIZATION, MODERNITIES AND OTHER HISTORIES * PART II: GLOBAL DISPLACEMENTS: EXILE, MOVEMENT AND MIGRATION * PART III: GLOBALIZATION, LABOUR AND WORK * PART IV: GLOBALIZATION, RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP April 2015 UK April 2015 US 280pp Hardback £55.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Southeast Asian Muslims in the Era of Globalization Edited by Ken Miichi, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan, Omar Farouk, Hiroshima City University, Japan This volume investigates the appropriate position of Islam and opposing perceptions of Muslims in Southeast Asia. The contributors examine how Southeast Asian Muslims respond to globalization in their particular regional, national and local settings, and suggest global solutions for key local issues. Contents: Introduction; Ken Miichi and Omar Farouk * 1. Globalization of Islamic Education in Southeast Asia; Ahmad Fauzi and Abdul Hamid * 2. Muslim Travellers in a Time of Globalization: Studying Islam in Cairo among the Maranaos in the Philippines; Yoriko Tatsumi * 3. Indonesian Muslim responses to globalization; Martin van Bruinessen * 4. The Ulama Network as Conveyor of Islamic World Trends: Connecting Malaysian Politics to the Muslim Ummah through the Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS); Yuki Shiozaki * 5. Globalization: Issues, Challenges, and Responses Amongst the Moros of the Southern Philippines; Carmen Abu Bakar * 6. Democratization and ‘Failure’ of Islamic Parties in Indonesia; Ken Miichi * 7. Globalization and Its Impact on the Muslim Minority in Cambodia; Omar Farouk * 8. The Peace Process in Mindanao and its Global Dimension; Datu Michael O. Mastura and Ishak V. Mastura * 9. ‘Red Mosques’: Mitigating Violence Against Sacred Spaces in Thailand and Beyond; Chaiwat Satha-Anand * Conclusion; Ken Miichi and Omar Farouk * 10.Exploring gaps across religions in Southeast Asia; Satoru Mikami December 2014 UK December 2014 US 288pp 4 tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Editor: Stefano Prato, Society for International Development, Italy Development, the flagship journal of the Society for International Development, connects research, experience, activism and alternative thinking. For more than 50 years it has explored innovative perspectives on the crucial issues in development, asking the relevant questions and featuring the difficult but honest answers. ISSN: 10116370 / EISSN: 14617072 For more information, please visit: www.palgrave-journals. com/development

The European Journal of Development Research Editors: Spencer Henson (Editor-in-Chief), Institute of Development Studies, UK and University of Guelph, Canada , Laura Camfield, University of East Anglia, UK, José Cuesta, Georgetown University, USA, Ralitza Dimova, University of Manchester, UK, Uma S. Kambhampati, University of Reading, UK, Charlotte Lemanski, University of Cambridge, UK, John Rand, University of Copenhagen, Denmark The European Journal of Development Research is a multi-disciplinary journal that seeks to broaden our understanding of the processes that advance or impede human development, whether from a political, economic, sociological or anthropological perspective. ISSN: 09578811 / EISSN: 17439728 For more information, please visit:

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Sustainable Civilization

Understanding Revolutionary Moments in Argentina and Ukraine Olga Onuch, University of Oxford, UK "A timely and creative analysis that sheds light on both the dynamics of mass mobilization and the broader political environment of Ukraine and Argentina." — Nancy Bermeo, Professor of Comparative Politics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, UK "Onuch's comparison of revolutionary moments in Argentina in 2001 and Ukraine in 2004 demonstrates that mobilizational upsurges are not one-off exercises, but rather culminate out of a series of interrelated episodes over a protracted period of time. She thus provides us with a deepened, historicized understanding of contemporary revolutionary processes."—Mark R. Beissinger, Professor of Politics, Princeton University, USA Through a paired comparison of two moments of mass mobilization, in Ukraine and Argentina, focusing on the role of different actors involved, this text maps out a multi‐layered sequence of events leading up to mass mobilization. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Shock and Awe of Moments of Mass Mobilization * 2. Theoretical Framework for Comparative Analysis of Mass Mobilization * PART II * 3. Mapping Moments and Movements in Ukraine and Eastern Europe 1920-2004 * 4. Mapping Moments and Movements in Argentina and Latin America 1920-2001 * PART III * 5. Setting Precedents: Medium-term Structural Factors in the Mobilization Process * 6. Context is Only Part of the Puzzle: Short-term Structural Factors in the Mass Mobilization Process * PART IV * 7. The Activist and Elite Interaction and Information Exchange Game * 8. The Duty to Protest: Participation of ‘Ordinary’ People in Mass Mobilization * 9. Conclusions: Understanding Revolutionary Moments and Movements * Epilogue: It Happened Again: The 2014 EuroMaidan Mass Mobilization in Ukraine December 2014 UK December 2014 US 360pp 43 figures, 2 maps Hardback £73.00 / $115.00 / CN$133.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Family, Domestic Work, and Social Activism in Irregular Migration Kyoko Shinozaki, Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany Migrant Citizenship from Below explores the dynamic local and transnational lives of Filipina and Filipino migrant domestic workers living in Schönberg, Germany. Contents: 1. Conceptualizing Migrant Citizenship from Below * 2. Setting the Scene: Understanding ‘Foggy Social Structures’ * 3. Transforming a Private Home into a Site of Employment Relations * 4. Bridging Care Gaps: Gendered Transnational Parenthood in Transnational Migrant Households * 5. Social Activism in the MAKING: Religious Practices And Health at the (Trans)-Local Scale * 6. Migrant Citizenship from Below: Looking Back, Looking Ahead


In order to be sustainable, a civilization must maintain the balance between ‘mind’ and ‘matter’ and between the egocentric ‘I’ and ‘the others’. This book investigates how new institutional arrangements in politics, economy and finance can resolve the current crisis of social values by restoring this delicate balance between opposing forces. Contents: PART I: WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN CRISIS * 1.1. Economic Growth and Social Progress * 1.2. The Ecological Crisis * 1.3. Economy versus Ecology * 1.4. Limits to Growth * 1.5. The Financial Crisis – ‘No One Saw This Coming’ * 1.6. The Socio Cultural Issue * 1.7. Sustainability and the Quality of Life * 1.8. Summary * PART II: HUMAN VALUE ORIENTATIONS; WORLD VIEWS * 2.1. Social Surveys * 2.2. Philosophical and Religious Notes * 2.3. The Resulting World View * 2.4. Summary * PART III: THE LABORATORY OF HISTORY * 3.1. History Repeats Itself * 3.2. Overshoot and Collapse of Value Orientations * 3.3. Centrifugal Forces * 3.4. The Power of Identity * 3.5. Reversal of Ends and Means * 3.6. What Will Happen Next? * 3.7. Summary * PART IV: THE WEST AND THE EAST * 5. The Message of Culture and Religion * 5.1. Culture * 5.2. Spirituality and Consciousness * 5.3. Summary * PART V: SUSTAINABLE CIVILIZATION * 6.1. Ethics * 6.2. Human Dignity * 6.3. Good, Truth and Beauty * 6.4. Freedom and Free Will * 6.5. Human Rights * 6.6. Democracy and Social Responsibility * 6.7. Summary * PART VII: AGENDA FOR A SUSTAINABLE CIVILIZATION * 7.1. The Political Task; the Radical Centre * 7.2. People, the Social Issue * 7.3. Planet; the Environmental Issue * 7.4. Profit; Economy and Finance * 7.5. Summary * PART VIII: SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY * 8.1. Economic Means to Social Ends * 8.2. Ownership, Economical Scale and Dematerialization * 8.3. Summary * PART IX: SUSTAINABLE FINANCE * 9.1. Financial History * 9.2. A New Financial System * 9.3. Summary * PART X: THE NEXT STEP * 10.1. Crisis * 10.2. A New Form of Governance * 10.3. Agenda * 10.4. An End to the Caricature * 10.5. Sustainable Civilization August 2014 UK August 2014 US 264pp 30 figures, 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Migrant Citizenship from Below

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Klaas Van Egmond, Utrecht University, The Netherlands "The current disastrous impasse in global society has resulted from pursuing policies justified by a worldview that is no longer relevant … Sustainable Civilization offers an alternative. It lays out a novel and useful framework for describing paradigms. It discusses the options that are realistically available to us and offers guidelines for more effective policies." —Dennis Meadows, author of Limits to Growth




Political Economy and the Aid Industry in Asia Jane Hutchison, Murdoch University, Australia, Wil Hout, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Caroline Hughes, University of Bradford, UK, Richard Robison, Murdoch University, Australia

The British Growth Crisis The Search for a New Model Edited by Jeremy Green, University of Sheffield, UK, Colin Hay, University of Sheffield, UK, Peter TaylorGooby, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK Britain remains mired in the most severe and prolonged economic crisis that it has faced since the 1930s. What would it take to find a new, more stable and more sustainable growth model for Britain in the years ahead? This important volume written by a number of influential commentators seeks to provide some answers. Contents: Introduction; Colin Hay and Jeremy Green * PART I: DIAGNOSING THE CRISIS * PART II: EVALUATING RESPONSES * PART III: GLOBAL, LOCAL AND SECTORAL DIMENSIONS * PART IV: ALTERNATIVES BEYOND GROWTH?

Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy February 2015 UK February 2015 US 320pp 10 b/w tables, 39 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Contents: 1. Introduction * PART I: DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES AND THE REALITY OF POLITICS * 2. Realities of Political Economy: The Elephant in the Room * 3. Development Agencies and the Political Economy Turn * 4. Development as Collective Action Problems * PART II: APPLYING STRUCTURAL POLITICAL ECONOMY * 5. Understanding the Development Problem * 6. Analysing Reform and Reformers * 7. Working Politically: Understanding Alliances * 8. Conclusion: The Road to Nowhere?

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The Political Economy of Renewable Energy and Energy Security

ASEAN’s Engagement of Civil Society

Common Challenges and National Responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe

Regulating Dissent Kelly Gerard, University of Western Australia, Australia "In this timely, rigorously researched and theoretically informed work, Kelly Gerard analyses ASEAN's engagement with regional civil society, going beyond current writings that uncritically laud that engagement as indicative of progress towards participatory regionalism or simply dismiss such engagement as mere window dressing. Using Kanishka Jayasuriya and Garry Rodan's 'mode of political participation' approach that usefully distinguishes between participation, representation and contestation, the book confirms the rhetorical nature of ASEAN's engagement with civil society and, importantly, tells us why and how this has been accomplished. It is valuable reading for all those interested in understanding the intricacies and intrigues involved in ASEAN's journey towards participatory regionalism." — Helen E S Nesadurai, Monash University, Malaysia Campus This book offers an innovative framework for understanding the role of civil society in regional and global policymaking. Using political economy analysis, Gerard demonstrates that ASEAN’s people-oriented agenda builds legitimacy, while sidelining its detractors. Contents: 1. A ‘People-Oriented’ ASEAN? * 2. Civil Society Consultations: Explaining Why and How * 3. ASEAN and Associational Life in Southeast Asia * 4. Civil Society Participation in Spaces Established by ASEAN * 5. Civil Society Participation in Spaces Recognized by ASEAN * 6. Civil Society Participation in ‘Created Spaces’ * 7. Engaging Civil Society and Regulating Dissent

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Adopting a distinctive structural political economy approach, this book uniquely explains the blind spots of alternative political economy approaches to international aid, and presents an original framework for evaluating likely reformers' strength of commitment and potential alliances with donors.

Edited by Espen Moe, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Paul Midford, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Bringing together renewable energy and energy security, this book covers both the politics and political economy of renewables and energy security and analyzes renewable technologies in diverse and highly topical countries: Japan, China and Northern Europe. Contents: 1. Introduction; Espen Moe * PART I: ENERGY SECURITY * 2. What is Strategic about Energy? De-simplifying Energy Security; Gunnar Fermann * 3. The Energy Security of Japan after Fukushima 3/11; Frank Umbach * 4. The Impact of 3-11 on Japanese Public Opinion and Policy toward Energy Security; Paul Midford * 5. China’s Energy Security; Øystein Tunsjø * 6. The Norwegian Energy Security Debate: Domestic and International Dimensions; Jakub M. Godzimirski * PART II: RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES AND POLITICS * 7. Technologies for Electricity Generation in Wind Turbines; Bogi Bech Jensen and Tore Undeland * 8. Early Promoter of Solar Photovoltaics: Forty Years of Development of Policy and Technology in Japan; Kenji Asano * 9. Smart, but is it Sustainable? The Importance of Reconciling Non-technical Concerns in Grid Development Policies; Audun Ruud * PART III: ENERGY AND POLITICS: SOLUTIONS AND POLICY FRAMEWORKS * and more...

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INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY SERIES Edited by Timothy M. Shaw, Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, and Emeritus Professor, University of London, UK

The Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers Shield and Sword in Asia and Latin America Edited by Leslie Elliott Armijo, Portland State University, USA, Saori N. Katada, University of Southern California, USA 'Financial statecraft' goes beyond sanctions against rogue states. The aims of financial statecraft may be defensive or offensive, its targets bilateral or systemic, and its instruments financial or monetary. Regions and countries profiled include Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, India, Southeast Asia, China, and Japan. Contents: 1. New Kids on the Block: Rising Multipolarity, More Financial Statecraft; Leslie Elliott Armijo and Saori N. Katada * 2. Who’s Afraid of Reversing Neoliberal Reforms? The Financial Statecraft of Argentina and Venezuela; Ignácio Labaqui * 3. Brave New World? The Politics of International Finance in Brazil and India; Leslie Elliott Armijo and John Echeverri-Gent * 4. The End of Monetary Mercantilism in Southeast Asia?; Natasha Hamilton-Hart * and more... August 2014 UK August 2014 US 216pp 10 figures, 10 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Business Groups and Transnational Capitalism INTERNATION in Central America

POLITICAL ECON Benedicte Bull, University of Oslo, Norway, Fulvio M

Economic and Political Strategies

Castellacci, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway, Yuri Kasahara, Norwegian Institute of Urban and Regional Research, Norway

This book investigates Central America's political economy seen through the lens of its powerful business groups. It provides unique insight into their strategies when confronted with a globalized economy, their impact on development of the isthmus, and how they shape the political and economic institutions governing local varieties of capitalism. Contents: 1. Introduction: the Emergence and Evolution of Business Groups in Central America * 2. Between Hierarchies and Networks: Understanding Business Group Strategies in a Global Capitalism * 3. Regional Shifts and National Trajectories: Differences in the Context and Strategies of Business Groups * 4. From Oligarchs to Transnational Business Group Leaders? The Shifting Strategies of Key Business Groups * 5. Internationalization and the Export Performance of the Central American Business Groups * 6. Central American Business Groups, Innovation and Institutional Conditions * 7. The Role of the State: Governmental Financial Policies and Business Group Strategies * 8. Between the Back and the Front Stage – the Political Strategies of Central American Business Groups * 9. Conclusion * References July 2014 UK July 2014 US 240pp 21 tables, 6 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Religion and the Politics of Development Critical Perspectives on Asia

States and Markets in Hydrocarbon Sectors Edited by Andrei V. Belyi, University of Tartu, Estonia, Kim Talus, University of Eastern Finland Research on the role of states and markets in the hydrocarbon sector is highly topical in contemporary International Political Economy. This edited collection will approach this subject from a broader perspective, investigating the very essence of the interaction between the state and the market and how this varies on a regional basis. Contents: Introduction; Andrei V Belyi and Kim Talus * PART I: THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF STATEMARKET INTERACTION IN ENERGY * PART II: STATES AND MARKETS IN HYDROCARBON EXPORT-DEPENDENT STATES * PART III; THE ‘CONSUMER’ STATE PERSPECTIVE January 2015 UK January 2015 US 264pp 3 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by Robin Bush, Research Triangle International, Indonesia, Philip Fountain, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Michael Feener, National University of Singapore, Singapore This volume brings emerging research on religion and development into conversation with politics. Deploying innovative conceptual frameworks, and drawing on empirical research from across contemporary Asia, this collection makes an incisive contribution to the analysis of aid and development processes. Contents: Introduction; Robin Bush, Philip Fountain and R. Michael Feener * 1. Religion and the Politics of Development in Asia; Philip Fountain, Robin Bush, R. Michael Feener * 2. The Purification, Sacralisation and Instrumentalisation of Development as a Religious Enterprise; Oscar Salemink * 3. Gender, Development, and the ‘De-privatization’ of Religion: Re-framing Feminism and Religion in Asia; Emma Tomalin * 4. Islamic Activism and Palliative Care: An Analysis from Kerala, India; R. Santhosh * 5. Buddhist Cosmopolitan Ethics and Transnational Secular Humanitarianism in Sri Lanka; Nalika Gajaweera * 6. Buddhist and Protestant Philanthropies in Contemporary Southeast China: Negotiating the ‘Grey Zone’; Wu Keping * 7. Patronage, Welfare Provision, and State-Society Relations: Lessons from Muslim-Dominant Regimes in Southeast Asia; Kikue Hamayotsu * 8. Between Ideology and International Politics: The Dynamics and Transformation of a Transnational Islamic Charity; Zoltan Pall * 9. Remaking the Russian State from the East: The Role of Asian Christians as Civic Activists; Melissa Caldwell * 10. The Politics of Nonreligious Aid: A Japanese Environmental Ethic in Myanmar; Chika Watanabe * Outlook; R. Michael Feener, Philip Fountain and Robin Bush April 2015 UK April 2015 US 256pp 2 tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY The Political Economy of an Emerging

NAL Global Power NO- In Search of the Brazil Dream Lourdes Casanova, Cornell University, USA, Julian MY

Neoliberal Hegemony and the Pink Tide in Latin America Breaking Up With TINA? Tom Chodor, Australian National University, Australia

Kassum, Independent Consultant, France

The book examines the 'Pink Tide' of leftist governments in Latin America struggling against neoliberal hegemony from a critical International Political Economy perspective. Focusing particularly on Venezuela and Brazil, it evaluates the transformative and emancipatory potentials of their political projects domestically, regionally and globally.

Is Brazil ready to take its place among the world's leading powers? The authors examine Brazil's hard power and soft power resources, assessing the challenges the country will need to overcome in order to build its own "Brazilian dream" and project itself on the international stage. Contents: Introduction: Brazil at a Crossroads * List of Figures and Tables * PART I: A CHAMPION OF SOFT POWER * 1. A Friendly Giant * 2. The Brasilia Consensus: Still a Valid Model? * PART II: A HARD POWER NATION IN THE MAKING * 3. Brazil’s Economic Power * 4. Brazilian Companies Going Global * PART III: WHAT WILL PROPEL BRAZIL FORWARD? * 5. Strengthening Economic Competitiveness * 6. Sustaining Social Innovation * 7. In Search of a Role on the Global Stage * Conclusion: How soon will Brazil lead? International Political Economy Series June 2014 UK June 2014 US 224pp 4 diagrams, 2 b/w tables, 16 charts Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Contents: Introduction: Breaking Up With TINA in Latin America? * 1. Orthodox IPE, Globalisation and the Need for Critical Alternatives * 2. The Neoliberal World Order * 3. Neoliberalism and Organic Crisis in Latin America * 4. The Bolivarian Revolution as a Counter-hegemonic Project * 5. Lula’s Passive Revolution * 6. The Pink Tide: Counter-hegemonic Potentials * 7. American Hegemony Under Challenge * Conclusion: Learning from the Pink

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South Asia in Transition

The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe

Democracy, Political Economy and Security

The Political Economy of Further Integration and Governance

Edited by Bhumitra Chakma, University of Hull, UK "A significant volume that covers the key dimensions of South Asia's development by locating challenges at institutional and political economic dimensions and most importantly their linkages to security at inter, intra and human security levels. It offers a good set of chapters that link theory and policy successfully." —T.V. Paul, James McGill Professor of International Relations, McGill University, USA Combining theoretical and empirical insights, this book provides an in-depth analysis of South Asia’s transition in the areas of democracy, political economy and security since the end of the Cold War. It provides a close scrutiny to the state of democracy and political economy in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Contents: Illustrations * List of contributors * List of abbreviations * Preface and Acknowledgements * Introduction: Regional Transformation and South Asia: A Framework of Analysis; Bhumitra Chakma * PART I: DEMOCRACY * 1. Transition to Democracy, Political Capital and the Challenge of Regional Transformation in South Asia: Indian in Comparative Perspective; Subrata Mitra * 2. The Uncertain Future of Pakistan’s Democracy; Samina Ahmed * 3. The Violence of Democracy: Bangladesh Context; Amena Mohsin * PART II: POLITICAL ECONOMY * 4. India and Economic Globalisation; Rahul Mukherjii * 5. Different Governments, Same Problems: Pakistan’s Economy 1999-2013; S. Akbar Zaidi * 6. Impacts of Globalization and Liberalization on the Political Economy of Structural Transformation in Bangladesh; Shapan Adnan * PART III: SECURITY * 7. Global Fight Against Terrorism in Afghanistan: Impact on South Asian Security; Bhumitra Chakma * 8. The Consequences of South Asia’s Nuclear Revolution; Rajesh Basrur * 9. The Political Economy of Human Security in South Asia; Shibashis Chatterjee * 10. The Politics of Regional Cooperation in South Asia: SAARC and Regional Order; Akmal Hussain * 11. India-Pakistan Strategic Relationship: Its Impact on Regional Transition; Dipankar Banerjee * Conclusion; Bhumitra Chakma June 2014 UK June 2014 US 304pp 1 figure, 16 tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Edited by Daniel Dăianu, The National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest, Romania, Carlo D’Adda, University of Bologna, Italy, Giorgio Basevi, University of Bologna, Italy, Rajeesh Kumar, School of International Studies, New Delhi, India "This work raises fundamental questions about the relevance and sustainability of the euro for a group of countries whose competitiveness and unit labour costs vary so widely. It makes a valuable contribution by offering a unique perspective on efforts to understand the euro crisis."— Serge Rey, University of Pau The authors uncover the roots of the eurozone crisis, focusing on how this can be solved against the backdrop of a very deep financial and economic crisis and its strong social impact. Looking at the impact of the financial crisis on the eurozone, they explore the European Union's recent and future developments. Contents: PART I: ECONOMIC IMBALANCES AND THE EURO AREA CRISIS * PART II: CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE EURO AREA: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN ECONOMICS AND POLITICS * PART III: THE EURO AREA: LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE August 2014 UK August 2014 US 328pp 28 tables, 42 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



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Latin America’s Emerging Middle Classes Economic Perspectives Edited by Jeff Dayton-Johnson, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA Politicians, business leaders and citizens look with hope to the Latin American middle class for political stability and purchasing power, but the economic position of the middle class remains vulnerable. The contributors document the remarkable emergence of this middle group in Latin America, whose measurement turns out not to be an easy task. Contents: Preface * 1. Making Sense of Latin America’s Middle Class; J. Dayton-Johnson * 2. Inequality, Mobility and Middle Classes in Latin America; J. Azevedo, L.F. López -Calva, N. Lustig, E. Ortiz-Juárez * 3. Latin America’s Global Middle Class: A Preference for Growth Over Equality; M. Cárdenas, H. Kharas and C. Henao * 4. Brazil’s New Middle Classes: The Bright Side of the Poor; M. Neri * 5. Who is the Latin American Middle Class? Relative-Income and Multidimensional Approaches; F. Castellani, G. Parent, and J. Zenteno Gonzales * 6. Covering the Uncovered: Labor Informality, Pensions and the Emerging Middle Class in Latin America; C. Daude, J.R. de Laiglesia, Á. Melguizo * 7. Business Sector Responses to the Rise of the Middle Class; L. Casanova and H. Renck * 8. Feeling Middle Class and Being Middle Class; What Do Subjective Perceptions Tell Us?; E. Lora and J. Fajardo González * 9. Political Attitudes of the Middle Class; The Case of Fiscal Policy, C. Daude, H. Gutiérrez, Á. Melguizo January 2015 UK January 2015 US 232pp 1 map, 18 b/w tables, 27 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Political Economy of Labour Market Reforms Greece, Turkey and the Global Economic Crisis Özgün Sarımehmet Duman, Ipek University, Turkey Featured on The Chronicle of Higher Education's Weekly Book List Duman examines the transition from Keynesianism to monetarism by presenting an analysis of labour market reforms in Greece and Turkey - questioning the role of class struggle on the implementation process. She also scrutinises the influence of the global economic crisis and the execution of reform policies in these two countries. Contents: Introduction * PART I: THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LABOUR MARKET REFORMS * 1. Theorising Labour Market Reforms * 2. Specific Forms and the Legacies of Class Struggle * 3. The Rise and Fall of Keynesianism: An Outline of the Labour-Capital Relations * 4. The Rise and Consolidation of Monetarism: Transformation of the Labour Regime * PART II: LABOUR MARKET REFORMS IN THE MONETARIST ERA * 5. Deunionisation and Suppression of Collective Bargaining * 6. Deregulation and Flexibilisation * 7. Social Security Reform and Privatisation * PART III: CRISIS OF MONETARISM * 8. The Current Global Economic Crisis: Transformation of the Labour Market * Conclusion: Whither Capitalism? November 2014 UK November 2014 US 272pp 11 figures, 8 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



New Directions in Comparative Capitalisms Research Critical and Global Perspectives Edited by Matthias Ebenau, IG Metall, Germany, Ian Bruff, University of Manchester, UK, Christian May, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany "Charting new directions, developing new perspectives, and bringing new energy to the field of comparative capitalisms research, this innovative collection presents a radical challenge to intellectual path dependency. In the best traditions of critical and heterodox scholarship, it opens up and illuminates the horizon—not only with new analytical formulations but with new political-economic imaginaries as well."— Jamie Peck, University of British Columbia, Canada Now that the ‘Varieties of Capitalism’ hype has passed, students of capitalist diversity are searching for new directions. This book presents the first sustained dialogue between institutionalist ‘post-VoC’ and more critical, global approaches, thus contributing to the development of a new generation of Comparative Capitalisms scholarship. Contents: Introduction: Comparative Capitalisms Research and the Emergence of Critical, Global Perspectives; Matthias Ebenau, Ian Bruff and Christian May * PART I: COMPARING CAPITALISMS IN THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY * PART II: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES AND DEBATES * PART III: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES AND DEBATES February 2015 UK February 2015 US 240pp 4 b/w tables, 1 figure Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Beyond Free Trade Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics and Power Edited by Kate Ervine, Saint Mary’s University, Canada, Gavin Fridell, Saint Mary’s University, Canada The world of trade is changing rapidly, from the 'rise of the South' to the growth of unconventional projects like fair trade and carbon trading. Beyond Free Trade advances alternative ways for understanding these new dynamics, based on historical, political, or sociological methods that go beyond the limitations of conventional trade economics. Contents: 1. Introduction: Beyond Free Trade; Kate Ervine and Gavin Fridell * PART I: HISTORICIZING TRADE * PART II: POLITICIZING TRADE: SHIFTING ALLIANCES AND NEW TRENDS * PART III: TRADING FOR CHANGE? * CONCLUSION April 2015 UK April 2015 US 288pp 6 b/w tables, 8 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Brazil’s Emerging Role in Global Sectoral Governance Health, Food Security and Bioenergy Markus Fraundorfer, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Germany The author examines Brazil's emerging role as an important actor in various sectors of global governance. By exploring how Brazil's exercise of power developed over the last decade in the sectors of health, food security and bioenergy, this book sheds light on the power strategies of an emerging country from the global south. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Theoretical Considerations * 3. Brazil’s Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS * 4. Brazil’s Global Fight Against Hunger and Poverty * 5. Brazil’s Production of SugarcaneBased Ethanol * 6. Conclusion February 2015 UK February 2015 US 240pp 8 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Managing Africa’s Natural Resources Capacities for Development Edited by Kobena T. Hanson, African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), Zimbabwe, Cristina D’Alessandro, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris-Sciences Po, France, Francis Owusu, Iowa State University, USA The authors investigate well-known concerns in natural resource management in Africa while focusing on the capacity dimension of the problems. They examine dynamics of leadership, governance, criminality, structural transformation, as well as emerging issues such as green growth. Contents: 1. Toward a Coordinated Approach to Natural Resource Management in Africa; Kobena T. Hanson, Francis Y. Owusu and Cristina D’Alessandro * 2. The Status of Natural Resource Management in Africa: Capacity Development Challenges and Opportunities; Joseph Ayee * 3. Governance of Natural Resource Management in Africa: Contemporary Perpectives; Peter Arthur * 4. Criminality in the Natural Resource Management Value/Supply Chain; Olawale Ismail and Jide Martyns Okeke * 5. Structured Transformation and Natural Resources Management in Africa; William G. Moseley * 6. Strategic Capacity-building Imperatives vital for Transboundary Water Cooperation in Africa; Claudious Chikozho * 7. The Gas and Oil Sector in Ghana: The Role of Civil Society and the Capacity Needs for Effective Environmental Governance; Cristina D’Alessandro, Kobena T. Hanson and Francis Y. Owusu * and more... September 2014 UK September 2014 US 272pp 1 b/w table, 4 figures, 1 map Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

New Approaches to the Governance of Natural Resources Insights from Africa Edited by J. Andrew Grant, Queen’s University, Canada, W.R. Nadège Compaoré, Queen’s University, Canada, Matthew I. Mitchell, Saint Paul University, Canada "New Approaches to the Governance of Natural Resources: Insights from Africa is refreshingly brilliant, engaging but most importantly innovative. The collection of chapters in this edited volume offers a nuanced analysis that extends our understanding of the complexity of natural resources governance in Africa. This book is a must read for everyone interested in natural resources governance in Africa." Uwafiokun Idemudia, York University, Canada The book provides an in-depth analysis of the governance of Africa’s natural resource sectors (oil, biofuels, forestry, fisheries, minerals) and new insights for readers as they navigate the burgeoning research on global governance initiatives and regional/national strategies that seek to improve the governance of the continent’s natural resources.


Promoting U.S. Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa Roshen Hendrickson, College of Staten Island, USA "The thrust of this exceptional book is clear and unambiguous: Africa is a land of opportunity with respect to the core economic interests of the United States. Hendrickson proves to have mastery of a complex subject, with strong indicators for both gains and challenges while also exhibiting a wonderfully unusual sympathy for the African side in the long encounter of inequality. This is an extraordinary book grounded in data, rich in detail, judicious in its evaluations, and sensible in its conclusions. It will surely make it into classrooms as well as onto the desks of influential policy makers and analysts." — Toyin Falola, University Distinguished Teaching Professor and Jacob and Frances Mossiker Chair in the Humanities, the University of Texas at Austin, USA


Addressing an under-studied aspect of U.S. foreign policy towards sub-Saharan Africa, Hendrickson provides a critical historical analysis of institutions designed to promote private investment in the region. She draws attention to the interaction between strategic factors, domestic interests, and the ideas used to achieve consensus on policy.

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Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Understanding Promotion of Investment in Africa * 3. The Cold War and the Creation of Institutions Promoting Investment * 4. Global Economic Competition and the Post Cold War Shift * 5. George W. Bush and Africa in the New Millennium * 6. The Obama Administration in a Multi-Polar World * 7. Conclusion: Africa and Transformation in the Global Economy * Bibliography


August 2014 UK August 2014 US 208pp 4 tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Gangster States Organized Crime, Kleptocracy and Political Collapse Katherine Hirschfeld, University of Oklahoma, USA The author draws on behavioral ecology to predict the evolution of organized crime in unregulated systems of exchange and the further development of racketeer economies into unstable kleptocratic states. The result is a new model that explains the expansion and contraction of political-economic complexity in prehistoric and contemporary societies. Contents: 1. Introduction * 1.1 Secret Vices * 1.2 What is Organized Crime? * 1.3 Evolutionary Stable Strategies * 1.4 Case Study: Post-Soviet Russia * 1.5 Gangs as Primitive States * 1.6 Collapse and Regeneration * 1.7 Darwinian Political Economy * 2. What is Organized Crime? * 2.1 Formal Verses Informal Economies * 2.2 Organized Crime as Racketeering * 2.3 Descriptive Vignette: Camorra * 2.4 The Organization of Crime * 2.5 Racketeering in Prison Economies * 2.6 The Organization of a Stateless Campus Economy * 2.7 Labor Rackets * 2.8 Gambling Rackets * 2.9 Prohibition * 3. Failing Economics * 3.1 Contaminated Markets * 3.2 The Cold War in Economic Thinking * 3.3 The Road to Friedmanistan * 3.4 Experimental Vignette: The Other Invisible Hand * 4. The Evolution of Racketeering * 4.1 Behavioral Economics Meets Behavioral Ecology * and more... February 2015 UK February 2015 US 192pp 2 b/w tables, 2 illustrations, 2 figures Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

The rise of new powers such as China and India is sending shockwaves through the global multilateral system. This volume systematically examines how 13 multilateral institutions are responding to this shift, with some deploying innovative outreach and reform activities, while others are paralyzed by gridlock or even retreat from the global scene. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION * PART II: EXCLUSIVE WESTERN CLUBS * PART III: GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS, UNEQUAL GOVERNANCE * PART IV: GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS, EQUAL GOVERNANCE February 2015 UK February 2015 US 304pp 18 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The International Political Economy of Communication Media and Power in South America

Ray Kiely, Queen Mary University of London, UK "It has become widely accepted that the rise of the South in recent decades, and especially since the western financial crisis, has transformed world politics and world economics. In this major new book Ray Kiely carefully assesses the evidence, questioning how transformative this rise really is, and whether it entails the decline of the United States... Kiely injects a welcome dose of realism into current debates, and no-one involved in them can afford to ignore the book's arguments." - Andrew Gamble, University of Cambridge, UK The author examines the rise of the BRICs and the supposed decline of the United States. Focusing on the boom years from 1992 to 2007, and the crisis years after 2008, he argues that there are limits to the rise of the former and that the extent of US decline has been greatly exaggerated. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The Rise Of The South? Rising Brics, Declining US? * Developmental Change And Transformation Through Convergence * Geopolitical Change And Transformation * Rising South, Declining West?: Competing Perspectives * Conclusions: Issues For Further Consideration * 3. The Brics, State Capitalism And Globalisation: Challenge To Or Triumph Of The West? * Triumph Of The West? The South And The Opportunities Of Globalisation * Challenge To The West? State Capitalism, The China Model And The Beijing Consensus * States And Markets In The Development Of The Brics * States, Markets And The Question Of Neoliberalism * Conclusion * and more...


Edited by Dries Lesage, University of Ghent, Belgium, Thijs Van de Graaf, University of Ghent, Belgium "This is a really useful, high quality edited collection. It gathers together several distinguished analysts of global institutions and asks them all to consider the new issues and changing trends generated for these institutions by the rise of non-Western powers in global politics. The book genuinely adds to our knowledge and understanding in this key, but often neglected, dimension of global economic and political change." - Anthony Payne, University of Sheffield, UK


The BRICs, US ‘Decline’ and Global Transformations

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Rising Powers and Multilateral Institutions


Edited by Cheryl Martens, Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico, Ernesto Vivares, FLACSO, Ecuador, Robert W. McChesney, University of Illinois, USA This collection reflects on the international political economy of media and the valuable lessons to be learned from the media reforms currently taking place across South America. The contributors present a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives on the ongoing battle for media space in South America. Contents: Foreword by Ernesto Laclau * Introduction; Cheryl Martens and Ernesto Vivares * PART I: MEDIA, POWER AND DEMOCRACY IN THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY * 1. The Struggle for Democratic Media: Lessons from the North and from the Left; Robert W. McChesney * 2. Media Democracy and Reform in South America: Lessons for Europe; David McQueen * PART II: THE POLITICS AND CULTURAL PRACTICES OF MEDIA AND POWER IN SOUTH AMERICA * 3. The Dispute Over Public Opinion: The mediatization of politics and the politicization of the media in Ecuador; Mauro Cerbino, Isabel Ramos, Diana Coryat, Marcia Maluf * 4. Argentina’s Audiovisual Communication Services Law No. 26.522: Cultural practices, power and communication; Susana Sel and Pablo Gasloli * and more... October 2014 UK October 2014 US 224pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Multinational Corporations from Emerging Markets

Recipient States in Global Health Politics PEPFAR in Africa

State Capitalism 3.0 Edited by Andreas Nölke, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany The rise of multinational corporations (MNCs) from emerging markets has been a major development during the last decade. An important feature of emerging market MNCs is their close relationship with home states. The book investigates this special kind of relationship and explores how it affects the cross-border activities of these corporations. Contents: PART I: GENERAL PERSPECTIVES * 1. (Multi?)national Corporations and the State in Established Economies; John Mikler * 2. Multinationals as an Instrument of Catch-up Industrialization: Understanding the Strategic Links between State and Industry in Emerging Markets; Terutomo * PART II: COUNTRY STUDIES * 3. South Korean Multinationals after the Asian Financial Crisis: Towards Liberal Capitalism?; Seung-il Jeong * 4. Private Chinese Multinationals and the Long Shadow of the State; Andreas Nölke * 5. Russia’s Multinationals: Network State Capitalism Goes Global; Jonas Grätz * 6. Sector Creation and Evolution: The Role of the State in Shaping the Rise of the Indian Pharmaceutical Sectoral Business System; Heather Taylor * 7. Financing the Expansion of Brazilian Multinationals into Europe: The Role of the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES); Gilmar Masiero, Mario H. Ogasavaro, Luiz Caseiro and Silas Ferreira * PART III: INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS * 8. How Policies shape Foreign Direct Investment: Examining Foreign Direct Investment from Latin America to the European Union; Judith Clifton, Daniel Diaz-Fuentes and Julio Revuelta * and more... June 2014 UK June 2014 US 256pp 6 figures, 17 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Even if constrained in their international choices, recipient countries of global health programmes hold the capacity to autonomously define and pursue their own strategies, policies, and ultimately attain political goals. This is comparatively demonstrated through the analysis of PEPFAR's implementation in Botswana, Ethiopia and South Africa. Contents: 1. Introduction: Agency in Global Health * 2. Global Health Governance and Role of States * 3. Recipient States in an Asymmetric System * 4. International Developments of States in Africa * 5. PEPFAR: Project of Global Transformation * 6. Botswana: National Survival against HIVAIDS * 7. Ethiopia: SelfHelp with External Support * 8. South Africa: Changing HIV/AIDS Policies * 9. Conclusion: Recipient States Being Sovereign October 2014 UK October 2014 US 208pp 1 b/w table Hardback £58.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Migrant Remittances in South Asia Social, Economic and Political Implications

Credit Ratings and Sovereign Debt The Political Economy of Creditworthiness through Risk and Uncertainty Bartholomew Paudyn, University of Victoria, Canada Bartholomew Paudyn investigates how governments across the globe struggle to constitute the authoritative knowledge underpinning the political economy of creditworthiness and what the (neoliberal) 'fiscal normality' means for democratic governance. Contents: Introduction: Credit Rating Crisis * New Analytics of Sovereign Ratings * Socio-Technical Devices of Control * Government through Risk and Uncertainty * Performative Political Economy of Creditworthiness * 1. Crisis and Control * Emerging Sovereign Bond Markets * Asian Flu Hits Ratings * The Quest for Fiscal Transparency * New Century but Even More of the Old * Contagion Risk of Ratings * Rating Legacy Lingers On * Conceptual Territory of Sovereign Creditworthiness * Authoritative Knowledge * Beyond Just Ideational Constructs * Performativity * Politics of Resistance and Resilience * Absence of a Singular and Totalizing Neoliberal Capitalism * Absence of Singular Centre to Democratic Resistance/Resilience * 2. The Rise of Risk and Uncertainty * Conceptual Lineage of Risk * Period of Hegemonic Risk Financialization * Security * Profit * Market Risk * Operational Risk * Credit Risk * Credit Rating Methodologies * Methodologies, Models and Assumptions * Sovereign Rating Analysis * Secretive and Opaque * Modalities of Government * 3. Rating Performativity * Performativity Terrain * Illocutionary and Perlocutionary Performativity * Self-Generative Effects for Credit Rating Agencies * Conditionality, Reactivity and Interactivity of Risk (and Uncertainty) * Contagion Amplified Self-Generation * Procyclical Reinforcement * Constitutive Effects for Investors * Mainstream Functionalist Explanations * The Naturalization of Speculators * Prohibitive Effects for Governments * Potential Performativity Breakdown * 4. Epistocracy versus Democracy * Credit Ratings and the European Project * Regulating the Ratings Space * 5. Problematizing the Ratings Space * Repoliticization of Creditworthiness June 2014 UK June 2014 US 264pp Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Ricardo Pereira, Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal

Edited by Md Mizanur Rahman, National University of Singapore,Tan Tai Yong, National University of Singapore, AKM Ahsan Ullah, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei This volume provides theoretical treatments of remittance on how its development potential is translated into reality. The authors meticulously delve into diverse mechanisms through which migrant communities remit, investigating how recipients engage in the development process in South Asia. Contents: Migrant Remittances in South Asia: An Introduction; Md Mizanur Rahman, Tan Tai Yong and AKM Ahsan Ullah PART I: REMITTANCE AND CONCEPTUAL ISSUES * 1. Understanding Remittances: Theoretical and Methodological Issues; Md Mizanur Rahman and Lian Kwen Fee * 2. Gender and Remittances: Remodelling Remittance Exposure; AKM Ahsan Ullah PART II: REMITTANCE TRANSFER SYSTEMS * 3. Formal Remittances: Costs and efficiencies of remittance transfers to South Asia; Bhupal Singh * 4. Social Organization of Hundi: Informal Remittance Transfers to South Asia; Md Mizanur Rahman and Brenda S.A. Yeoh PART III: IMPLICATIONS OF REMITTANCES IN SOUTH ASIA * 5. The social dynamics of remittance-receiving in Pakistan: Agency and opportunity among non-migrants in a transnational social field; Marta Bivand Erdal * 6. Remittances and SME Development: Reflections from South Asia; Rita Afsar * 7. Gendering Remittances: Contested Masculinities among Bangladeshi Muslim Male Immigrants in New York City; Natacha Stevanovic-Fenn * and more... November 2014 UK November 2014 US 328pp 33 b/w tables, 13 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



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

States and Regions in the Post-Neoliberal World Now available in paperback

Edited by Suzana Sawyer, University of California, Davis, USA, Edmund Terence Gomez, University of Malaya, Malaysia "Indispensable reading for anyone working at the fraught intersection of extractive industry and indigenous peoples."—Stuart Kirsch, University of Michigan, USA and author of Mining Capitalism 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. Contents: Preface to the Paperback Edition 1. Transnational Governmentality in the Context of Resource Extraction; S.Sawyer and E.T.Gomez * 2. On Indigenous Identity and a Language of Rights; S.Sawyer and E.T.Gomez * 3. State, Capital, Multinational Institutions and Indigenous Peoples; S.Sawyer and E.T.Gomez * 4. Indigenous Rights, Mining Corporations and the Australian State; J.Altman * 5. Extracting Justice: Natural Gas, Indigenous Mobilization and the Bolivian State; T.Perreault * 6. The Broker State and the ‘Inevitability’ of Progress: The Camisea Project and Indigenous Peoples in Peru; P.Urteaga-Crovetto * 7. Development, Power and Identity Politics in the Philippines; R.D.Rovillos and V.Tauli-Corpuz * and more... October 2014 UK October 2014 US 336pp Paperback £21.99 / $32.00 / CN$37.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Towards a New Political Economy of Development Gerard Strange, University of Lincoln, UK "Critical, wide ranging and incisive, this is one of the best introductions to development and the evolving global political and economic order currently available."— Mark Beeson, The University of Western Australia The author examines new development strategies in the context of globalisation and the crisis of the Washington Consensus. Critiquing both protectionism and the free market he points to the influence and evolution of Keynesian ideas for the management and stabilisation of development in an era marked by the unravelling of neoliberal prosperity. Contents: PART I: GLOBALISATION, THE NEW DEVELOPMENTALISM AND WORLD ORDER CHANGE: AFTER NEOLIBERALISM AND HEGEMONY * PART II: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CHINA’S POST-LISTIAN RISE: STATE DEVELOPMENTALISM BEYOND NEOMERCANTILISM * PART III: FROM THE POST-NEOLIBERAL LATIN AMERICAN QUAGMIRE TO SOUTH AMERICAN NATIONAL AND REGIONAL NEODEVELOPMENTALISM * PART IV: THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE EUROZONE: A DEVELOPMENTAL OUTLIER IN CRISIS AND REFORM November 2014 UK November 2014 US 272pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



The Arab Spring in the Global Political Economy Leila Simona Talani, King’s College London, UK

Conditionality and the Ambitions of Governance Social Transformation in Southeastern Europe Joel T. Shelton, Lafayette College, USA Shelton investigates the conditionality regime directed at 'transforming societies' inside EU candidate states. He offers a new understanding of conditionality that incorporates the social and subjective dimensions of the 'European project', locating the ambitions and limits of conditionality in the ideas of political economy. Contents: 1. Introduction: Conditionality in Crisis? * 1.1. From Crisis to Conditionality * 1.2. A Brief History of European Union Conditionality * 1.3. The Political Economy of Conditionality * 1.4. From Smith to Foucault: Poststructuralist Readings of Political Economy * 1.5. The Ambitions of Political Economy * 1.6. Plan of the Book * PART I: POLITICAL ECONOMY AND CONDITIONALITY * 2. The Limits of International Political Economy * 2.1. Disciplining Political Economy * 2.2. The Calculations of Rationalist IPE * 2.3. Conceptualizing Conditionality * 2.4. Re-thinking Political Economy * 2.5. Conclusion * 3. The Anxieties of Classical Political Economy * 3.1. Towards a Political Economy of Disharmony * 3.2. James Steuart and the Ambitions of Governance * 3.3. Adam Smith and the Fragility of Social Exchange * 4. Political Economy and the Problem of Conduct * 4.1. Managing Disharmonious Spaces * 4.2. Karl Marx and the Subjective Requirements of Accumulation * 4.3. Max Weber and the Habits of Bureaucracy * 4.4. Neoliberal Anxieties: Continuity and Innovation * PART II: CONDITIONALITY AS TECHNIQUE OF GOVERNANCE * 5. Assembling Conditionality in the Republic of Macedonia * and more... November 2014 UK November 2014 US 216pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Although it is still early for an established academic account of the motivations behind the dramatic events in the Arab world in 2010/11, Leila Simona Talani believes that it is about time to try and place this issue into the broader picture of the latest changes in the global political economy. Contents: The Events of the Arab Spring * The Academic Rationale: A Qualitative Definition of Globalization and its Impact on the MENA Region * The Structure Of The Book * PART I * 1.The Chinese Butterfly and the Arab Spring * 2. Bread and Globalisation * 3. Bread And The Arab Spring * 4. What Is Globalisation? * 5. Does Globalisation Exist? * 6. Skeptics * 7. Globalists * 8. Quantitative definition * 9. Realists * 10. Liberal Institutionalists (Transformationalists) * 11. Qualitative definition * 12. What are the Consequences of Globalisation? * 13. Can Globalisation be governed? * 14. Conclusion: the Three Paradoxes of Globalisation * PART II * 15. The Paradox of Regionalisation Within Globalisation: Some Theoretical Concerns * 16. Globalisation and Regionalisation * 17. Realism: the Enduring Hegemony of the State Within the ‘Triad’ * 18. Liberal -institutionalism: Regionalism as a Step Towards Cosmopolitanism * 19. Transnationalism: the Regional Dimension of the Global Restructuring of Production * and more... August 2014 UK August 2014 US 272pp 60 figures, 23 tables Hardback £65.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Power and Imbalances in the Global Monetary System

The Political Economy of Energy, Finance and Security in the United Arab Emirates

A Comparative Capitalism Perspective

Between the Majilis and the Market

Mattias Vermeiren, Ghent University, Belgium "Vermeiren's book shows very effectively why international monetary specialists and scholars of comparative capitalism should talk to each other much more extensively."— Eric Helleiner, University of Waterloo, Canada

Karen E. Young, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates "An absolutely essential and timely contribution to understanding the UAE at a time when the Arab Gulf States are rising in importance and playing a more distinct role in regional and international politics. Karen Young's book not only challenges some assumptions but will also encourage further scholarship on a critical part of the world." - Christian Koch, Gulf Research Center Foundation, Switzerland

The author examines the indirect macroeconomic roots of the global financial crisis and Eurozone debt crisis: the escalation of global trade imbalances between the US and China and regional trade imbalances in the Eurozone. He provides new insights into the sources and dynamics of power and instability in the contemporary global monetary system Contents: Introduction * Power and imbalances in the global monetary system * The political economy of global monetary instability: Literature review * A comparative capitalism perspective on international monetary power * Scope and structure of the book * 1. International monetary power: A comparative capitalism perspective * Introduction * The political economy of international monetary power * International monetary power: concepts and definitions * 2. The global imbalances and the instability of US monetary hegemony * Introduction * The domestic purpose of US monetary power * US monetary power, finance-led growth and global imbalances * Conclusion * 3. Rising imbalances and monetary power in the Eurozone * Introduction * The domestic purpose of European monetary power * Diverging growth regimes and monetary power in the Eurozone * Conclusion * 4. Reserve accumulation and the entrapment of Chinese monetary power * Introduction * and more... October 2014 UK October 2014 US 264pp 25 b/w tables, 4 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

This book explores the process of policymaking and implementation in the finance, energy and security sectors in the United Arab Emirates. It looks at the role of informal advisory networks in a nascent private sector, federal politics, and historical ties in foreign relations. Contents: 1. Introducing the Concept of the Majilis and the Market * 2. State Formation, Citizenship and the Invention of the Emirates * 3. Connected Capitalism: Political Economy of Finance in the UAE * 4. Clean, Mean and Dirty: Political Economy of Energy in the UAE * 5. An Emerging Interventionist: Political Economy of Security in the UAE * 6. Conclusion: Towards a New Understanding of Emirati and Gulf Politics July 2014 UK July 2014 US 208pp 15 figures, 6 tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Political Economy of Conflict in South Asia

The Year the European Crisis Ended Erik Jones, The Johns Hopkins University, Italy "The Eurozone crisis threw a bewildering array of factors, actors, institutions and rules in the faces of those who sought to divine what was actually going on. In the midst of the crisis few of us thought to provide the world with a week-by-week summary and analysis of events. And yet Erik Jones has done just that, giving scholars and policymakers perhaps the definitive timeline of what went wrong, where, and why." - Mark Blyth, author of Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea (2014)

Edited by Matthew Webb, The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates, Albert Wijeweera, Southern Cross University, Australia Destructive conflicts have thwarted growth and development in South Asia for more than half a century. This collection of multi-disciplinary essays examines the economic causes and consequences of military conflict in South Asia from a variety of perspectives embracing fiscal, social, strategic, environmental and several other dimensions. Contents: 1. Introduction; Matthew J. Webb and Albert Wijeweera * 2. The Economics of Conflict in the Chittagong Hill Tract Region of Bangladesh; Syed Serajul Islam * 3. The ‘Political Economy’ of Sikh Separatism: Ethnic Identity, Federalism and the Distortions of Post-Independence Agrarian Development in Punjab-India; Jugdep S. Chima * 4. The Political Economy of the Ethnonationalist Uprising in Pakistani Balochistan, 1999-201; Farhan Hanif Siddiqi * 5. Nepal’s Protracted Transition: Explaining the Continuing Political and Economic Impasse; Pramod K. Kantha * 6. India’s Indigenization of Military Aircraft Design & Manufacturing: Towards a Fifth Generation Fighter; Michael B. Charles and Elisabeth Sinnewe * 7. The War on Terror and its Economic Impact on Pakistan; Howard Brasted and Zahir Ahmed * 8. Terrorist Activities and Financial Market Performance: Evidence from Sri Lanka; Albert Wijeweera * and more... January 2015 UK January 2015 US 256pp 17 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



The author narrates the end of the European crisis from the June 2012 European Council summit through the bailout of Cyprus. Paying particular attention to political developments in Italy, the book shows the fragility of market confidence and the waving attitudes of political elites. Contents: Prologue: How Europe Fell Into Crisis * 1. Europe Decides to Act * 2. The Markets Respond * 3. Risk Returns through Italy and Cyprus * 4. The European Crisis Ends * 5. Beyond the European Crisis

Global Reordering June 2014 UK May 2014 US 144pp Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Mobile Commons, Migrant Digitalities and the Right to the City Nicos Trimikliniotis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus, Dimitris Parsanoglou, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece, Vassilis Tsianos, University of Hamburg, Germany This text examines the relationship between urban migrant movements, struggles and digitality which transforms public space and generates mobile commons. The authors explore heterogeneous digital forms in the context of migration, border-crossing and transnational activism, displaying commonality patterns and interdependence. Contents: Prolegomena: In A World Turned Upside Down * Introduction: Mobile Commons, Migrant Digitalities And The Right To The City * Producing Migrant Digitalities And Mobile Commons * Austerity-And-Crisis Times, Migrants And The New Social Question * Migrant Integration Within Austerity Citizenship * 1. Theorizing Migration, Praxis And The Crisis Of Migration Crisis * Migration Within The Crisis Of Migration Crisis: From Differential Inclusion And Integration To Transcending Citizenship * From Autonomy Of Migration To The Politics Of Mobile Commons * Digital Networks And Migration: Towards A Net(H)Nography Of Border Regimes * 2. The South-Eastern Triangle: The Spatio-Historical Context * Introducing The Spatio-Historical Context * Mobile Commons In The Arrival City * Rethinking Movements: Istanbul, Athens And Nicosia * and more...

Smallholders and the Non-Farm Transition in Latin America Isabel Harbaugh, Mercer, USA Smallholders and the Non-Farm Transition in Latin America explores the drivers of agricultural displacement in Latin America and argues that government support is essential to help small farmers gain the skills, financial capital, and opportunities needed to transition to a profitable alternative in the non-farm sector. Contents: Introduction. Smallholders and the Non-Farm Economy * 1. Promoting Non-Farm Skills and Knowledge 2. Overcoming Financial Barriers * 3. Promoting Non-Farm Employment * Conclusion. Connecting the Dots

Politics, Economics, and Inclusive Development September 2014 UK September 2014 US 102pp 2 b/w tables, 1 graph Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Mobility & Politics December 2014 UK November 2014 US 128pp 3 figures Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Decolonizing Palestinian Political Economy De-development and Beyond

The Politics of Autonomy in Latin America The Art of Organising Hope Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath, UK "Terrific and necessary. An excellent and informative account of the wonderful movements of revolt in Latin America in recent years."—John Holloway, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico "The book is terrific. It is teeming with radical scholarship."—Mike Neary, University of Lincoln, UK

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The author contests older concepts of autonomy as either revolutionary or ineffective vis-à-vis the state. Looking at four prominent Latin American movements, she defines autonomy as ‘the art of organising hope’: a tool for indigenous and non-indigenous movements to prefigure alternative realities at a time when utopia can


Non-Governmental Public Action December 2014 UK December 2014 US 312pp 4 tables, 2 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by Mandy Turner, Kenyon Institute, Israel, Omar Shweiki, University of Oxford, UK ''Mandy Turner and Omar Shweiki have done a great service to Palestine Studies in putting together this long-overdue critical (anti-colonial) exploration of the political economy of the Palestinian question.'' — Gilbert Achcar, Professor of Development Studies and Chair of the Centre for Palestine Studies at SOAS, University of London The volume brings together cutting-edge political economy analyses of the Palestinian people: those living in the occupied territory of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, those living within Israel, and refugees in Arab states. It is a must-read for those who wish to understand the historical origins and contemporary realities that face Palestinians. Contents: Foreword; Sara Roy * Introduction: Decolonising the Study of the Political Economy of the Palestinian People; Mandy Turner and Omar Shweiki * PART I: DE-DEVELOPMENT EXPLORED * 1. The Economic Strategies of Occupation: Confining Development and Buying-off Peace; Sahar Taghdisi-Rad * 2. The Political Economy of Western Aid in the Occupied Palestinian Territory Since 1993; Mandy Turner * 3. Hydro-apartheid and Water Access in Israel-Palestine: Challenging the Myths of Cooperation and Scarcity; Clemens Messerschmid * 4. (En)gendering De-development in East Jerusalem: Thinking Through the ‘Everyday’; Nadera Shalhoub-Kerkovian and Rachel Busbridge * PART II: DE-DEVELOPMENT APPLIED * 5. Palestinian Refugees: from ‘Spoilers’ to Agents of Development; Ingrid Jaradat Gassner * and more...

Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies 9780230272088

November 2014 UK November 2014 US 288pp 1 map, 3 tables, 16 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Regimes of Risk The World Bank and the Transformation of Mining in Asia Pascale Hatcher, Ritsumeikan University, Japan With Asia as its backdrop, this book investigates the role played by the World Bank Group (WBG) in conceptualising and promoting new mining regimes tailored for resource-rich country clients. It details a particular politics of mining in the Global South characterised by the transplanting, hijacking and contesting of the WBG's mining agenda. Contents: Introduction * 1. Into the Deep: The World Bank Group, Mining Regimes and Theoretical Insights * 2. The Open Pit: Socio-Environmental Safeguards, Multilateral Meddling and Mining Regimes in the Philippines * 3. Mining, Multilateral Safeguards and The Remodelling of Political Representation in Laos * 4. Green Mining in the Gobi? Multilateral Norms and the Making of Mongolia’s Mining Regime * 5. Fighting Back: Resource Nationalism and the Reclaiming of Political Space

Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy October 2014 UK October 2014 US 208pp 14 b/w tables, 7 figures, 3 maps Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


France in an Era of Global War, 1914-1945 Occupation, Politics, Empire and Entanglements Edited by Alison Carrol, Brunel University, UK, Ludivine Broch, European University Institute, Italy In France in an Era of Global War, scholars re-examine experiences of French politics, occupation, empire and entanglements with the Anglophone world between 1914 and 1945. In doing so, they question the longstanding myths and assumptions which continue to surround this period, and offer new avenues of enquiry. Contents: Introduction; Ludivine Broch and Alison Carrol * PART I: EXPERIENCING OCCUPATION * 1. War Through the Eyes of the Child: Children Remember the German Occupation of Northern France, 1914-18; Miranda Sachs * 2. Fresh Eyes, Dead Topic? Writing the History of the Occupation of Northern France in the First World War; James Connolly * 3. Martyred Towns of the Liberation: The Case of the Massacre d’Ascq; Ludivine Broch * PART II: THE RECONFIGURATION OF POLITICS OF LEFT AND RIGHT * 4. The Shooting at Chartres: A Case Study of French Political Violence; Chris Millington * 5. International Communism in Interwar France, 1919-1936; Thomas Beaumont * 6. The Silent Minority: Working-class Conservatism in Interwar France; Joe Starkey * PART III: THE NEW POLITICS OF EMPIRE * 7. Auxiliary Troops, Global Recruitment : the Légion d’Orient and the Origins of the French Mandate in Syria, 1915-22; Simon Jackson * 8. Entangled Enemies: Vichy, Italy and Collaboration; Karine Varley * PART IV: ENTANGLEMENTS WITH THE ANGLOPHONE WORLD * 9. Prehistory and Palaeontology in France, 1900-1940; Chris Manias * 10. The French Maquis and the Allies during the Second World War; Raphaële Balu * 11. Not By Bread Alone? UNRRA and the Displaced Persons in Gutach; Laure Humbert * Conclusion; Robert Gildea October 2014 UK October 2014 US 272pp 1 b/w illustration Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century Edited by Scarlett Cornelissen, Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Fantu Cheru, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden, Timothy M. Shaw, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, and Emeritus Professor, University of London, UK "Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century is a must read resource for graduate students in political science, public administration and international business administration."—George Allan Phiri, Institute of Research, Development and Training, African Studies Quarterly 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. Contents: Introduction: Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century: Still Challenging Theory?; S.Cornelissen, F.Cheru & T.M.Shaw * PART I: RECONCEPTUALIZING AUTHORITY AND SOVEREIGNTY * PART II: INNOVATIONS FROM BELOW: TERRITORY AND IDENTITY * PART III: INSECURITIES * Conclusion: What Futures for African International Relations?; T.M.Shaw, F.Cheru & S.Cornelissen June 2015 UK June 2015 US 272pp 3 b/w tables, 1 figure Paperback £.00 / $.00 / CN$.00 Canadian Rights


Brazil Under the Workers’ Party Continuity and Change from Lula to Dilma Edited by Fabio De Castro, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Kees Koonings, University of Amsterdam, Marianne Wiesebron, Leiden University, The Netherlands This edited collection interprets and assesses the transformation of Brazil under the Workers' Party. It addresses the extent of the changes the Workers' Party has brought about and examines how successful these have been, as well as how continuity and social change in Brazil have affected key domains of economy, society, and politics. Contents: Introduction; Kees Koonings, Fabio de Castro and Marianne Wiesebron * 1. Continuity in a Changing Brazil: the Transition from Lula to Dilma; Timothy J. Power * 2. Changing Repertoires of State-Society Interaction under Lula; Rebecca Abers, Lizandra Serafim and Luciana Tatagiba * 3. Brazil: From ‘Sleeping Giant’ to Emerging Power; Paulo F. Visentini * 4. Trade-offs and Choices of Economic Policy in Brazil: the Lula Years and the new directions towards development after 2010; Hélio Henkin * 5. Poverty Reduction and Well-Being: Lula’s Real; Marcelo C. Neri * 6. Social Policies during the Lula Administration: The Conditional Cash Transfer Program ‘Bolsa Família’; Marianne L. Wiesebron * 7. Violence, Crime and Insecurity since 2000: Local Dynamics and the Limitations of Federal Response; Kees Koonings * 8. Urban and Housing Policy from Lula to Dilma: Social Inclusion with Territorial Segregation; Nabil Bonduki * 9. Social Inclusion in Rural Brazil under Lula; Antônio M. Buainain, Henrique D. Neder and Junior R. Garcia * 10. Environmental Policies in the Lula Era: Accomplishments and Contradictions; Fabio de Castr October 2014 UK October 2014 US 280pp 17 b/w tables, 32 figures Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Network Society and Future Scenarios for a Collaborative Economy Vasilis Kostakis, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, Michel Bauwens, P2P Foundation, Netherlands This text builds on the idea that peer-to-peer infrastructures are gradually becoming the general conditions of work, economy, and society. Using a fourscenario approach, the authors seek to simplify possible outcomes and to explore relevant trajectories of the current techno-economic paradigm within and beyond capitalism. Contents: PART I: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK * 1. Capitalism as a Creative Destruction System * 2. Beyond the End of History: Three Competing Value Models * 3. The P2P Infrastructures: Two Axes and Four Quadrants * PART II: COGNITIVE CAPITALISM * 4. Netarchical Capitalism * 5. Distributed Capitalism * 6. The Social Dynamics of the Mixed Model of Neo-feudal Cognitive Capitalism * PART III: THE HYPOTHETICAL MODEL OF MATURE PEER PRODUCTION: TOWARDS A COMMONS-ORIENTED ECONOMY AND SOCIETY * 7. Resilient Communities * 8. Global Commons * 9. Transition Proposals Towards a Commons-oriented Economy and Society * Conclusions

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Hannes R. Stephan, University of Stirling, UK Alongside other factors, cultural values and identities help to explain different regulatory frameworks for genetically modified organisms. This book uses insights from environmental history and sociology to illuminate the cultural politics of regulation in the US and the EU, with particular attention to public opinion and antiGMO activism. Contents: Introduction * 1. Overview of Regulatory Frameworks and Public Opinion * 2. Perspectives on Regulatory Divergence * 3. Theorising Culture and Nature * 4. Cultural Politics and Resistance to GMOs * 5. Environmental History: Nature, Landscapes, and Identities * 6. Agri-Cultural and Culinary Identities * Conclusion December 2014 UK December 2014 US 272pp 2 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

From Hegemony to Fragmentation in the Americas Marcel Nelson, Queens University, Canada Providing a critical account of the collapse of the FTAA negotiations and alterations to power relations in the Americas, this book argues that the collapse was rooted in a ‘crisis of authority’ prompted by growing opposition in the Americas to US leadership and the neo-liberal reforms that had been promoted by Washington since the 1980s. Contents: 1. Gramsci, Hegemony, and Global Governance * 2. The FTAA Negotiations: Context and History * 3. The FTAA Negotiations: Context and History * 4. Venezuela and the Evolution of the FTAA * 5. Brazil and the FTAA Negotiations

Building Confidence in East Asia


Edited by Kazuhiko Togo, Institute of World Affairs, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan, GVC Naidu, Jawarhalal Nehru University, India "This exciting new book deals with a topic of great and growing importance, both in Asia and beyond. It is also an extraordinarily contentious one. The authors offer a broad spectrum of opinions from around the region, and many are leading experts in the subject. As a reflection of the state of debate in the East Asian region, this is a very useful volume."— Thomas U. Berger, Frederick S. Pardee School of International Studies, Boston University, USA Conscious that trust deficit is a principal concern in East Asia, the book attempts to suggest ways to enhance confidence in certain key areas such as disputes in East and South China Seas, maritime CBMs, impact of economic interdependence on security, and issues concerning identity and values in Asian thinking. Contents: 1. Introduction; G V C Naidu and Kazuhiko Togo * PART I: EAST ASIA: GEOPOLITICAL AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT * PART II: MARITIME SECURITY: CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND ACCEPTABLE SOLUTION * PART III: INTERDEPENDENCE: EFFECT AND LIMITATION

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Maritime Conflicts, Interdependence and Asian Identity Thinking

A History of the FTAA

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Cultural Politics and the Transatlantic Divide over GMOs




Truth Wars

Edited byTakashi Inoguchi, President, University of Niigata Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan and G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University, USA

The Politics of Climate Change, Military Intervention and Financial Crisis Peter Lee, RAF College Cranwell, University of Portsmouth, UK "Focusing upon the three great global political crises of our time – military intervention, the financial meltdown, and the actual 'meltdown' threatened by climate change – the author provides a probing and deeply unsettling assessment of the manner in which competing and often illusory truth-claims are fashioned by political leaders, governments, international institutions and demagogues solely in order to re-shape the world in their image, and to gain control over the lives of others. Our fundamental assumptions about what Truth is, or what it means, are put to test in this eloquent, articulate, and provocative work."—George R. Lucas Jr., U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, USA We live in an age of crises that are global in scale and potentially apocalyptic in severity, affecting the lives of millions – billions – of people. Peter Lee examines the struggle for truth at the heart of these crises to show how political leaders attempt to shape individual behavior, attitudes and identity. Contents: Introduction * PART I: POLITICS, TRUTH AND CLIMATE CHANGE * 1. Climate, Science and Truth * 2. Politics and Climate Truth * 3. One world, two visions * PART II: POLITICS, TRUTH AND MILITARY INTERVENTION * 4. Tyranny, Freedom, Democracy * 5. Gendering Military Intervention * 6. Drone Wars * PART III: POLITICS, TRUTH AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS * 7. It’s All Your Fault * 8. Governing Greed * 9. Who Mentioned the War? * 10. Epilogue November 2014 UK November 2014 US 240pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Paperback £19.99 / $30.00 / CN$34.50 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Japanese and Korean Politics Alone and Apart from Each Other Edited by Takashi Inoguchi, University of Niigata Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan This volume examines Japanese and Korean politics from both angles, exploring why the two countries do not cooperate bilaterally or consult one another, despite their geographical closeness and a number of common features that are central to both countries' domestic politics and foreign policies. Contents: Introduction: Are Japan and Korea Alone and Apart Each Other?; Takashi Inoguchi * JAPANESE POLITICS * 1. Abenomics and Abegeopolitics; Takashi Inoguchi * 2. Expansionary Monetary Policy Revised; Yutaka Harada * 3. Return to the Liberal Democratic Party Dominance?; Cheol Hee Park * 4. Japanese Realignment Impacting Korean-Japanese Relations; Seung-won Suh * KOREAN POLITICS * 5. South Korea’s 2012 Presidential Election; Wan-Taek Kang * 6. Transformation of Korean Developmental Capitalism; Jongryn Mo * and more... January 2015 UK January 2015 US 308pp 9 b/w tables, 1 figure Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Japanese and Russian Politics Polar Opposites or Something in Common? Edited by Takashi Inoguchi, University of Niigata Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan This volume offers a comparative analysis of Japanese and Russian politics in the 2010s, examining both domestic dimensions and foreign policy.

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Contents: 1. Introduction - Japan and Russia; Takashi Inoguchi * PART I: JAPANESE POLITICS: LEADERS, POLITICAL PARTIES AND ECONOMIC POLICY * 2.1. Politics of Swings; Takashi Inoguchi * 2.2. Political Parties in Disarray; Dmitry Streltsov * PART II: RUSSIAN POLITICS: LEADERS, KREMLIN AND POLITICS OF VPERYOD (FORWARD) * 3.1. Politics of Volatility; William Smirnov * 3.2. Politics of Dictatorship and Pluralism; Nobuo Shimotomai * PART III: JAPAN AND RUSSIA ECONOMICS * 4.1. Economics Takes Command; Yutaka Harada * 4.2. Politics of Modernization; Liubov Karelova * PART IV: JAPANESE FOREIGN POLICY: “SEARCHING AN HONORABLE PLACE IN THE WORLD” * 5.1. Never at Home Abroad; Shigeki Hakamada * 5.2. Foreign Policy in Statu Nascendi; Sergey Chugrov * PART V: RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY: VPERYOD (RUSSIA GO FORWARD) EASTWARD? * 6.1. Improvising at Kremlin; Akio Kawato * 6.2. Pragmatic Realism; Sergey Oznobishchev January 2015 UK January 2015 US 236pp 6 tables, 4 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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The Australia-ASEAN Dialogue Tracing 40 Years of Partnership Edited by Sally Percival Wood, Deakin University, Austrailia, Baogang He, University of Tasmania, Hobart "This edited book weaves a persuasive tapestry of mutual discovery between Australia and ASEAN from their modest and uncertain origins four decades ago to current challenges and opportunities going forward. Its authors have provided instructive lenses to see how the Australia-ASEAN relationship has become so compelling and mutually indispensable."—Thithinan Pongsudhirak, Director of the Institute of Security and International Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand This book examines the Australia-ASEAN Dialogue Partnership since its inception in 1974 and looks at the networks of engagement that have shaped relations across three areas: regionalism, non-traditional security, and economic engagement. Contents: Foreword; The Hon Julie Bishop, Minister for Foreign Affairs * Introduction; Sally Percival Wood and Baogang He * AUSTRALIA IN ASIAN REGIONALISM * 1. Australia and ASEAN: A Marriage of Convenience?; Sally Percival Wood * 2. Hobnobbing with Giants: Australia’s Approaches to Asian Regionalism; See Seng Tan * 3. The East Asia Summit: Navigating ASEAN Multilateralism; Avery Poole * NON-TRADITIONAL SECURITY CHALLENGES * 4. Timor-Leste: From INTERFET to ASEAN; Michael Leach and Sally Percival Wood * 5. Australia-ASEAN’s Counter-Terrorism Cooperation: A Paradigm Shift or Business as Usual?; Math Noortmann * 6. Australia, ASEAN, and Forced Migration in Asia; Amy Nethery * ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS – OLD AND NEW * and more... October 2014 UK October 2014 US 284pp 6 tables, 3 figures, 1 diagram Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

China and India in Central Asia A New "Great Game"?


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This book looks at how China and India's growing interests in Central Asia disrupt the traditional Russia-U.S. ‘Great Game’ at the heart of the old continent. In the years to come, both Asian powers are looking to redeploy their rivalry on the Central Asian and Afghan theatres on a geopolitical, but also political and economic level. Contents: PART I: NEGOTIATING PROJECTIONS OF POWER IN CENTRAL ASIA * PART II: INDIA AND CHINA IN CENTRAL ASIA, BETWEEN COOPERATION, PARALLELISM, AND COMPETITION * PART III: CHINESE AND INDIAN ECONOMIC IMPLEMENTATIONS FROM THE CASPIAN BASIN TO AFGHANISTAN * PART IV: REVISITED HISTORICAL BACKGROUNDS, DISPUTED RELIGIOUS MODERNITIES

CERI Series in International Relations and Political Economy


Tracing the Discourses of Terrorism Identity, Genealogy and State Ondrej Ditrych, Institute of International Relations, Prague This unique, historical study explores how states have articulated statements about terrorism since the 1930s and what effect these discourses have had on global politics. Ditrych's analysis challenges established understandings of terrorism, providing a new conceptualization of how terrorism discourse emerged historically. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Concerning Method * 3. Overture: One World, Many Terrorisms * 4. Emergence/y (1930s) * 5. Division (1970s) * 6. Enclosure (2000s) * 7. Power and Knowledge * 8. Conclusion: The Global Terrorism Dispositif and Its Critique May 2014 UK May 2014 US 218pp Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The European Union and the Catholic Church Political Theology of European Integration

Edited by Marlène Laruelle, George Washington University, USA, Jean-François Huchet, French Centre for Research on Contemporary China, Hong Kong, Sébastien Peyrouse, George Washington University, USA, Bayram Balci, French Institute for Central Asian Studies, France "Marlène Laruelle and Jean-François Huchet have assembled a talented group of scholars from Europe, India, China, and Australia to assess the neglected Sino-Indian dimension of Central Asia's twenty-first century 'Great Game.' These insightful essays are a valuable addition to our understanding of great-power politics in this complex and vital region and will be of interest to specialists and general readers alike." - Charles E. Ziegler, Professor and University Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of Louisville, USA

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Edited by Zlatko Sabic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and Petr Drulák, Director, Institute of International Relations Prague, Czech Republic


Petr Kratochvíl, Institute of International Relations, Prague, Czech Republic, Tomáš Doležal, Institute of International Relations, Prague, Czech Republic ''The role of the Catholic Church in European integration is a controversial and newsworthy topic. This book, the product of a great deal of research, is an excellent addition to the small but now growing literature on this topic.'' - Jeff Haynes, London Metropolitan University As the first comprehensive monograph on the relations between the Catholic Church and the European Union, this book contains both a detailed historical overview of the political ties between the two complex institutions and a theoretical analysis of their normative orders and mutual interactions. Contents: 1. The Study of Religion and European Integration: The State of the Art 2. Catholicism and European Integration: A Historical Overview 3. Institutions and Embedded Ideational Orders 4. Discourse of the Catholic Church and European Integration 5. Discourse of the European Union and the Catholic Church 6. Competing Ideational Orders and EU Politics Conclusions April 2015 UK April 2015 US 208pp 23 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Refugee Politics in the Middle East and North Africa

Russia’s Postcolonial Identity A Subaltern Empire in a Eurocentric World Viatcheslav Morozov, University of Tartu, Estonia

Human Rights, Safety, and Identity AKM Ahsan Ullah, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei "Refugee movements are among the world's most pressing issues, yet our understanding of them remains limited. This study provides new and valuable insights into the complex dynamics of refugees in one of the regions most influenced by them – the Middle East and North Africa. Its examination of the ongoing Arab uprising is especially valuable." —Graeme Hugo, ARC Australian Professorial Fellow, Professor of Geography and Director of the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre, University of Adelaide, Australia

Pushing postcolonial studies and constructivist International Relations towards an uneasy dialogue, this book looks at Russia as a subaltern empire. It demonstrates how the dialectic of the subaltern and the imperial has produced a radically anti-Western regime, which nevertheless remains locked in a Eurocentric outlook. Contents: 1. The Postcolonial and the Imperial in the Space and Time of World Politics * 2. Russia in/and Europe: Sources of Ambiguity * 3. Material Dependency: Postcolonialism, Development and Russia’s ‘Backwardness’ * 4. Normative Dependency: Putinite Paleoconservatism and the Missing Peasant * 5 The People are Speechless: Russia, the West and the Voice of the Subaltern * 6. Conclusion

Central and Eastern European Perspectives on International Relations March 2015 UK March 2015 US 224pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Ahsan Ullah provides an insightful analysis of migration and displacement in the Middle East and North Africa. He examines the intricate relationship of these phenomena with human rights, safety concerns and issues of identity crisis and identity formation. Contents: 1. Rights, Safety and Identity: The Context of Forced Mobility in the MENA * 2. MENA: Geopolitics of Conflicts and Refugees * 3. Refugees in Camps: Anatomy of an Identity Crisis * 4. Refugee Safety and Humanitarianism Discourse * 5. Refugee Rights, Protection and Existing Instruments * 6. Arab Uprising and New Dimensions of Refugee Crises * 7. Discussions and Policy Implications

Global Ethics

The Growth of Biofuels in the 21st Century Policy Drivers and Market Challenges Robert Ackrill, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK, Adrian Kay, Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University, Australia This book provides a timely and insightful analysis of the expansion of biofuels production and use in recent years. Drawing on interviews with key policy insiders, Ackrill and Kay show how biofuels policies have been motivated by concerns over climate change, energy security and rural development.

May 2014 UK May 2014 US 232pp 1 b/w photo, 1 b/w table, 4 charts, 4 diagrams Hardback £65.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 9781137356529 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Self-Regulation and Legalization Making Global Rules for Banks and Corporations Annegret Flohr, Peace Research Institute, Germany Departing from an International Relations perspective, this book inquires how industry self-regulation affects the role of international law in governing global banks. It provides case studies of the Wolfsberg Principles and the Equator Principles.

Contents: 1. Biofuels and Biofuels Policies – an Introduction * 2. Brazilian Biofuels Policy – an Introduction and Overview * 3. Biofuels Policy – an Introduction and Overview * 4. United States Biofuels Policy – an Introduction and Overview * 5. Comparing Biofuels Policy Drivers – Common Themes, Differences and Issues for Analysis * 6. The Challenge of Policy Capacity in Biofuels Policy Design * 7. Biofuels Policy Design and External Implementation Challenges * 8. External Dimensions to Biofuels Policies * 9. Biofuels Policy Challenges

Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Industry Self-Regulation: Soft Rules for Corporations * 3. The Theoretical Framework: Legalization as Hard Rules for States? * 4. A Brief History of Governance in the Financial Sector * 5. Anti-Money Laundering and the Wolfsberg Principles * 6. Legalization of Anti-Money Laundering * 7. Environmental Safeguards and the Equator Principles * 8. Legalization of Environmental and Social Safeguards * 9. Conclusion: Patterns and Dynamics of Self-Regulatory Impact

Energy, Climate and the Environment December 2014 UK December 2014 US 272pp 5 b/w tables, 5 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Global Issues June 2014 UK June 2014 US 272pp 10 b/w tables, 9 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Human Rights Protection in Global Politics

The Substance of EU Democracy Promotion

Responsibilities of States and Non-State Actors

Concepts and Cases

Edited by Kurt Mills, University of Glasgow, UK, David Jason Karp, University of Sussex, UK

Edited by Anne Wetzel, University of Mannheim, Germany, Jan Orbie, Ghent University, Belgium

This edited book by Mills and Karp brings together political, legal and moral perspectives on the responsibilities of human rights protection in world politics today. It critiques a narrow focus on states' 'violations' of human rights, incorporates non-state actors, and looks beyond the 'Responsibility to Protect' policy framework.

The book investigates the substance of the European Union's (EU) democracy promotion policy. It focuses on elections, civil and political rights, horizontal accountability, effective power to govern, stateness, state administrative capacity, civil society, and socioeconomic context as components of embedded liberal democracy.


Global Issues January 2015 UK January 2015 US 336pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Contents: 1. The Substance of EU Democracy Promotion: Introduction and Conceptual Framework; Anne Wetzel * PART I: ALTERNATIVE REFLECTIONS ON THE EU AS A LIBERAL DEMOCRACY PROMOTER * 2. Law Perspective: Praise Undeserved? The EU as a Democracy Promoter: A Skeptical Account; Dimitry Kochenov * 3. Political Economy Perspective: Fuzzy Liberalism and EU Democracy Promotion: Why Concepts Matter; Milja Kurki * 4. Critical Social Theory Perspective: Embeddedness as Substance: The EU’s Socialized Approach to Democratization; Jessica Schmidt * 5. Governance Perspective: Democratic Governance Promotion through Functional Cooperation; Anne Wetzel * PART II: COUNTRY CHAPTERS * 6. Addressing the Remnants of a Communist Past through Accession: Slovakia and the Czech Republic; Eline De Ridder * 7. Different Trajectories yet the Same Substance: Croatia and Turkey; Canan Balkır and Müge Aknur * and more...

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Justice and Foreign Rule On International Transitional Administration


Daniel Jacob, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany Can foreign rule be morally justified? Since the end of the First World War, international transitional administrations have replaced dysfunctional states to create the conditions for lasting peace and democracy. In response to extreme state failure, the author argues, this form of foreign rule is not only justified, but a requirement of justice.

“Dual Containment” Policy in the Persian Gulf The USA, Iran, and Iraq, 1991-2000 Alex Edwards, London School of Economics, UK "Alex Edwards has produced a theoretically rich and empirically detailed account of US policy in the Gulf during the 1990s. At a time when a new generation of American policymakers are again grappling with the issue of whether and how to contain security threats in Iraq and political evolution in Iran, this book provides a timely and particularly relevant reminder of the tangled legacy of past policies that continue to affect decision-making today."—Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, Rice University, USA

Contents: 1. Introduction * 1.1. International Transitional Administration * 1.2. The Natural Duty of Justice * 1.3. Outline of Chapters * 1.4. Conclusion * 2. Basic Human Interests * 2.1. The Concept of Basic Human Interests * 2.2. Physical Integrity * 2.3. Autonomy * 2.4. Interests and Capabilities * 2.5. Conclusion * 3. Human Rights, Collective Self-determination and Legitimacy * 3.1. Human Rights * 3.2. The Right to Collective Self-determination * 3.3. The Natural Duty of Justice and the Legitimacy of States * 3.4. Conclusion * 4. Responding to Extreme State Failure * 4.1. International Law and the Responsibility to Protect * 4.2. State Failure and the Natural Duty of Justice * 4.3. The Moral Urgency of Extreme State Failure * 4.4. The Charge of Paternalism * 4.5. The Practice of International Transitional Administration * 4.6. Conclusion * 5. Restoring Minimally Just Conditions * and more...

This book examines US policy toward Iran and Iraq during the 1990s and the impact of domestic politics on the US approach to the Persian Gulf. It offers a new theoretical perspective.

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Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. US Foreign Policy in the Persian Gulf, 1945-1991 * 3. The Balance of Power in the Persian Gulf, 1945-1991 * 4. Dual Containment: Conception, Evolution, Implementation * 5. A Triumphant America and a Villainous Iran: Perception as an Intervening Variable * 6. Two Voices: Domestic Institutions as an Intervening Variable * 7. “Mischiefs of Faction”: Interest Groups as an Intervening * 8. Conclusions and Intervening Variables Assessed

Middle East Today December 2014 UK December 2014 US 224pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The Role of Ideology in Syrian-US Relations Conflict and Cooperation J. K. Gani, LSE, UK "J.K. Gani's book will take its place with the handful of classics written on Syria-US relations. Based on US archival evidence and memoirs of diplomats and leaders, it throws new light on US policy and perceptions and evinces an empathic understanding of Syria's frustrations with Washington's inability to pursue an even-handed approach to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Particularly masterful is Gani's dissection of the failure of the Syrian-Israel peace negotiations - a tour d' force that will make this volume indispensable to students of diplomacy in the Arab-Israel conflict." — Raymond Hinnebusch, University of St. Andrews, UK A study of US-Syria relations, this book analyzes the legacy of mistrust between the two states and continuities and discontinuities over time. It challenges the purely realist and power-political explanation that is dominant and points to a politically embedded set of ideas rooted in anti-colonial Arab nationalist ideology. Contents: PART I: THE EMERGENCE OF US-SYRIAN RELATIONS: FROM TRUMAN TO KENNEDY * 1. The Rise of the US and the Roots of Syrian Mistrust * 2. Independence, Coups and Revolution * PART II: SYRIA’S ISOLATION AND THE BIRTH OF THE US-ISRAELI SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP * 3. The 1967 Arab-Israeli War * 4. Syria’s post-war position and policy towards the US * PART III: US-SYRIAN ENGAGEMENT: DISENGAGEMENT TALKS 1973 – 75 * 5. Initiating Peace Talks * 6. From Compromise to Breakdown * PART IV: US-SYRIAN COOPERATION IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA * 7. The Gulf War and Search for Comprehensive Peace * 8. Failure of the Madrid Process

NGOs under Pressure in Partial Democracies Chris van der Borgh, Centre for Conflict Studies, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Carolijn Terwindt, European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights, Germany "This useful, timely study goes beyond the headline of 'civil society backlash' to provide a fine-grained examination of the pressures that civil society organizations are facing in partial democracies." — Thomas Carothers, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, USA Over the past decade, international human rights organizations and think tanks have expressed a growing concern that the space of civil society organizations around the world is under pressure. This book examines the pressures experienced by NGOs in four partial democracies: Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia and the Philippines. Contents: Introduction * PART I: PRESSURES ON CIVIL SOCIETY IN PARTIAL DEMOCRACIES * PART II: POLITICAL SPACE OF NGOS * PART III: NATIONAL CONTEXTS: PARTIAL DEMOCRATIZATION AND CIVIL SOCIETY * PART IV: POLITICAL SPACE UNDER PRESSURE: TRENDS AND PATTERNS * PART V: DEFENDING, CLAIMING AND NEGOTIATING POLITICAL SPACE

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Asia Pacific in the Age of Globalization Edited by Robert David Johnson, Brooklyn College, CUNY, USA

The Foreign Policies of Post-Yugoslav States From Yugoslavia to Europe Edited by Soeren Keil, Department of Psychology, Politics and Sociology, Bernhard Stahl, Department of Political Science, University of Passau, Germany "This volume represents an important contribution to both the fields of foreign policy analysis and Central and East European area studies. The editors have done a fine job of assembling high quality research and developing a coherent analytical structure that is used throughout the volume."—Charles Bukowski, Department of International Studies, Bradley University, USA The post-Yugoslav states have developed very differently since Yugoslavia dissolved in the early 1990s. This book analyzes the foreign policies of the postYugoslav states, thereby focusing on the main goals, actors, decision-making processes and influences on the foreign policies of these countries. Contents: PART I: POINT OF DEPARTURE * PART II: EARLY DEPARTURE - EARLY ARRIVAL * PART III: EARLY DEPARTURE - LATE ARRIVAL * PART IV: JOINT DEPARTURE - DIFFERENT ARRIVALS

The essays in this volume examine United States-East Asian relations in the framework of global history, incorporating fresh insights that have been offered by scholars on such topics as globalization, human rights, historical memory, and trans-cultural relations. Contents: Introduction; Robert David Johnson * PART I: GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS—HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES * 1. Asia Pacific Relations and the Globalization of the Environment; Nick Kapur * 2. The Community of Continents; Kenneth Weisbrode * 3. Power Across the Pacific; Frederick S. Calhoun * 4. Trajectories of Nationalisms in East Asia; Walter A. Skya * 5. Ike: The American Internationalist; Carl W. Reddel * 6. Women Leaders in Diplomacy Across the Pacific; Michael A. Schneider * 7. The Fragile Stability in the Asia-Pacific: Four Future Histories; Hugh DeSantis and James Przystup * 8. Globalism’s Conundrum; Anne R. Pierce * 9. European Cooperation as a Questionable Model for Security in the Pacific Region; Ruud Janssens * PART II: TRANS-PACIFIC HISTORY AND MEMORY * 10. Human Rights: Across the Pacific Both Ways?; David Webster * 11. The Role of Shared Experiences in Studying Sino-American Relations; Guoqi Xu * 12. The East Asia Community and the United States; Izumi Hirobe * 13. Japan’s Transition from ‘Greater East Asia’ to a Trans-Pacific Order, 1931-1960; Urs Matthias Zachmann * and more...

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PALGRAVE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SERIES Edited by Knud Erik Jørgensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark and Audie Klotz, Syracuse University, US Published in association with the European International Studies Association

Risk and Hierarchy in International Society Liberal Interventionism in the Post-Cold War Era William Clapton, The University of New South Wales, Australia ''International Relations scholars have long assumed that anarchical international orders are incompatible with hierarchy among states. A new wave of scholarship challenges this 'taken-for granted', and with this book William Clapton emerges as an important new voice in this literature. Combining a social theory of hierarchy with insights drawn from Beck's theory of 'risk society', Clapton develops a powerful new argument about the evolution of international hierarchies and their effects on practices of international intervention. An essential read for anyone interested in the social contours of international relations." —Professor Christian Reus-Smit, University of Queensland, Australia The English School of International Relations has traditionally maintained that international society cannot accommodate hierarchical relationships between states. This book employs a unique theoretical and conceptual approach challenging this view and arguing that hierarchies are formed on Western states' need to manage globalised risks. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The Hierarchical Society * 3. Risk and International Society * 4. The Management of Risk * 5. Managing Risks in Europe’s Periphery: The European Neighbourhood Policy * 6. Australia and the Management of Risk in the South Pacific * 7. Preventing Risks and Changing Regimes: The 2003 Invasion of Iraq * 8. Conclusion July 2014 UK July 2014 US 216pp Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Rethinking a Political Concept in a Global Context Edited by Christopher Daase, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany, Caroline Fehl, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany, Anna Geis, Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Germany, Georgios Kolliarakis, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany Recognition is a basic human need, but it is not a panacea to all societal ills. This volume assembles contributions from International Relations, Political Theory and International Law in order to show that recognition is a gradual process and an ambiguous concept both in theory and political practice. Contents: PART I: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS * PART II: RECOGNITION AMONG STATES * PART III: RECOGNITION OF STATES AND GOVERNMENTS * PART IV: RECOGNITION AMONG STATES AND NON-STATE ACTORS * PART V:

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Name, Shame, and Sanction Edited by H. Richard Friman, Marquette University, USA "The Politics of Leverage in International Relations provides an analytical framework which digs deeper with both intensive case studies on a range of policy areas (human rights, money laundering, drugs, armed conflict, corporate social responsibility) that are valuable in their own right as well as being woven together to get at patterns showing when, why and how such leverage can be effective."— Bruce W. Jentleson, Duke University and Woodrow Wilson Center This unique volume unpacks the concept and practice of naming and shaming by examining how governments, NGOs and international organisations attempt to change the behaviour of targeted actors through public exposure of violations of normative standards and legal commitments. Contents: Notes on Contributors * Acknowledgements * 1. Introduction: Unpacking the Mobilization of Shame; H. Richard Friman * PART I: REVISITING HUMAN RIGHTS NAMING AND SHAMING * 2. Caught at the Keyhole: The Power and Limits of Shame; William F. Schulz * 3. Human Rights Naming and Shaming: International and Domestic Processes; James C. Franklin * 4. Mobilizing ‘Third-Party Influence’: The Impact of Amnesty International’s Naming and Shaming; Dongwook Kim * 5. Promoting Accountability, Undermining Peace? Naming and Shaming in Transitional Justice Processes; Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm * PART II: NAMING AND SHAMING BEYOND HUMAN RIGHTS * 6. Ain’t That a Shame? Hypocrisy, Punishment and Weak Actor Influence in International Politics; Joshua W. Busby and Kelly M. Greenhill * and more... February 2015 UK February 2015 US 240pp 5 figures, 12 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World Edited by Gunther Hellmann, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Knud Erik Jørgensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Recognition in International Relations


The Politics of Leverage in International Relations


In this collection of refreshing and provocative essays, the contributors to Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World reflect on the game-changing political impact of globalization, outlining the situation as it currently stands and suggesting strategies for analyzing foreign policy and global governance. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Linking Foreign Policy and Systemic Transformation in Global Politics: Methodized Inquiry in a Deweyan Tradition; Gunther Hellmann * 3. Foreign Policy in an Age of Globalization; Iver B. Neumann * 4. Analysing Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Governance; Simon Schunz and Stephan Keukeleire * 5. Actorhood in World Politics: The Dialects of Agency/Structure within the World Polity; Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter * 6. Do We Need Fewer Than 195 Theories of Foreign Policy?; Benjamin Herborth * 7. ‘Identity’ in International Relations and Foreign Policy Theory; Ursula Stark Urrestarazu * 8. Foreign Policy Feedbacks: A Cybernetic Model at the Interface of Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations; Frank Gadinger and Dirk Peters * 9. Beliefs and Loyalties in World Politics: A Pragmatist Framework of Analysis; Ulrich Roos * 10. Foreign Policy as Ethics: Towards a Re-Evaluation of Values; Dan Bulley * 11. First in Freedom: American Martial Liberal Exceptionalism in International Context; Daniel Deudney and Sunil Vaswani February 2015 UK February 2015 US 264pp 1 diagram Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Asian Thought on China’s Changing International Relations

Migration, Citizenship and the Challenge for Security

Edited by Niv Horesh, University of Nottingham, UK, Emilian Kavalski, Australian Catholic University, Australia

An Ethnographic Approach Alexandria Innes, University of East Anglia, UK

At the end of the Cold War, commentators were pondering how far Western ideas would spread; today, the debate seems to be how far Chinese ideas will reach. This volume examines Chinese international relations thought and practices, identifying the extent to which China's rise has provoked fresh geo-strategic and intellectual shifts within Asia.

This study focuses on the field of security studies through the prism of migration. Using ethnographic methods to illustrate an experiential theory of security taken from the perspective of migrants and asylum seekers in Europe, it effectively offers a means of moving beyond state-based and state-centric theories in International Relations.

Contents: Introduction: Are Asia’s Thinkers Accommodating China’s Rise?; Niv Horesh * PART I: CHINESE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS REFRAMED? * 1. Chinese Exceptionalism and the Politics of History; William A. Callahan * 2. A Realist Never Changes His Spots: A Critical Analysis of Yan Xuetong’s Turn to Culture in Chinese International Relations; Linsay Cunningham-Cross * 3. Wang Gungwu and the Study of China’s International Relations; Yongnian Zheng and Dan Wu * 4. On Wang Hui’s Contribution to an ‘Asian School of Chinese International Relations’; Ralph Weber * PART II: REFLECTIONS ON CHINESE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * 5. Australian Intellectual and Popular Responses to China’s Rise; Colin Mackerras * 6. Respected and Suspected: Middle Eastern Perceptions of China’s Rise; Yitzhak Shichor * 7. Kazakh Responses to the Rise of China: Between Elite Band-wagoning and Societal Ambivalence?; Michael Clarke * 8. Korean Responses to Historic Narratives of Sino-Korean Relations and China’s New International Relations Thinking; Hyun Jin Kim * 9. Japanese Intellectual Responses to China’s Rise; Peter Mauch * 10. How Can They Theorize? Strategic Insensitivity towards Nascent Chinese International Relations Thinking in Taiwan; Chih-yu Shih and Ching-chang Chen * Conclusion: Recognizing Chinese International Relations Theory; Emilian Kavalski

Contents: Introduction: Producing Knowledge in International Security Studies 1.The Problem of Migration for Security Studies 2. Insecurity and Asylum Seeker Identity * 3. Human Rights, Mobile Humans: A Critical Reading of Mobility and Access to Rights * 4. States in a World of Asylum Seekers: Agency, Rights, Security * 5. Performing Security, Theorising Security * Conclusion: Opening

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Power, Information Technology, and International Relations Theory The Power and Politics of US Foreign Policy and Internet Daniel R. McCarthy, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK "A brilliant exercise in the crossroads of international relations and science and technology studies. McCarthy deftly analyses the Internet's rhetoric of structure as a product and instrument of US foreign policy. Cooly interdisciplinary, McCarthy's study is socially relevant and intellectually rigorous." - Professor Monroe Price, Annenberg School, University of Pennsylvania, USA This book examines the internet as a form of power in global politics. Focusing on the United States' internet foreign policy, McCarthy combines analyses of global material culture and international relation theory, to reconsider how technology is understood as a form of social power. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Power to the People: Looking for Agency in IR Treatments of ICTs * 3. Towards A Historical Materialist Theory of Technological Power * 4. U.S. Foreign Relations and the Institutional Power of the Internet * 5. Pursuing Technological Closure: Symbolic Politics, Legitimacy and Internet Filtering * 6. The Narration of Innovation in American Internet Policy * 7. Conclusion February 2015 UK February 2015 US 232pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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Émigré Scholars and the Genesis of International Relations A European Discipline in America? Felix Rösch, Coventry University, UK "Roesch has gathered together a forceful set of contributions, and contributors, for this volume that complement one another perfectly in sequence, content, and argument. Scholars interested in the history, and historiography, of the IR 'discipline' in their research and in their courses now have a transformative and imperative work at-the-ready that reorients our understanding of no less than the entire history of the development of the 'American' IR field." —Brent J. Steele, University of Utah, USA This is the first Anglophone volume on émigré scholars’ influence on International Relations, uniquely exploring the intellectual development of IR as a discipline and providing a re-reading of some of its almost forgotten founding thinkers. Contents: Introduction * 1. Wither the Silence: European Émigré Scholars and the Genesis of an American Discipline; Felix Rösch * PART I: ÉMIGRÉ SCHOLARS AND THE PROBLEM OF TRANSLATING KNOWLEDGE * 2. People on the Move – Ideas on the Move: Academic Cultures and the Problematic of Translatability; Hartmut Behr and Xander Kirke * 3. Translating Max Weber: Exile Attempts to Forge a New Political Science; Peter Breiner * PART II: ÉMIGRÉ SCHOLARS AND THE GENESIS OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * 4. International Law, Émigrés and the Foundation of International Relations; Peter M R Stirk * 5. ‘Professor Kelsen’s Amazing Disappearing Act’; William E. Scheuerman * 6. ‘Has Germany a Political Theory? Is Germany a State?’ The Foreign Affairs of Nations in the Political Thought of Franz L. Neumann; David Kettler and Thomas Wheatland * 7. From the Berlin Political Studies Institute to Columbia and Yale: Ernst Jaeckh and Arnold Wolfers; Rainer Eisfeld * 8. Totalitarian Ideology and Power Conflicts – Waldemar Gurian as International Relations Analyst after the Second World War; Ellen Thümmler * 9. “Foreign Policy in the Making” - Carl J. Friedrich’s Realism in the Shadow of Weimar Politics; Paul Petzschmann * 10. Simone Weil: An Introduction; Helen M. Kinsella * PART III: ÉMIGRÉ SCHOLARS AND THEIR HISTORIC-SEMIOTIC NETWORKS IN THE UNITED STATES * 11. From International Law to International Relations. Émigré Scholars in American Political Science and International Relations; Alfons Söllner * 12. German Jews and American Realism; Richard Ned Lebow July 2014 UK July 2014 US 264pp Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS European Union Foreign Policy From Effectiveness to Functionality

Now available in paperback

Christopher J. Bickerton, University of Cambridge, UK ". . . the book presents a sophisticated picture of the contructivist functions that foreign plays in the advancement of European Integration." - Crisitian Nitoiu, The Jounral Of Common Market Studies, Volume 49, No. 6, November 2011.

Interpreting China as a Regional and Global Power Nationalism and Historical Consciousness in World Politics Edited by Bart Dessein, Centre for Languages and Cultures, University of Ghent, Belgium "To rescue understanding of a rising China from an agenda dominated by political economy, this book re-embeds it in history of Chinese thought and the conventions to be derived from it. This sophisticated approach may help anxious readers gain the confidence to answer waves of change with intellectual curiosity."—Shih Chih-Yu, Department of Political Science, National University of Taiwan

This book aims to change the way we think about the European Union's foreign policy. Rather than ask whether the EU's foreign policy is effective or not, this book argues that we should inquire instead into the internal functions EU foreign policy plays for the European integration process as a whole. Contents: Introduction * Functionality in EU Foreign Policy: A Framework of Analysis * Managing Ambivalence: National Foreign Policy in an Age of ‘Power Avoidance’ * The Politics of Performance: Turf Battles in EU Foreign Policy * Normative Power and the EU’s Search for Meaning * Saving the Union? EU Foreign Policy and the Democratic Deficit * Conclusion

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Journal of International Relations and Development Coordinating Editor: Jozef Bátora, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, Associate Editors: Nik Hynek, Metropolitan University Prague and Charles University, Czech Republic ,Petra Roter, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Annette Freyberg-Inan, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands ,David Jason Karp, University of Sussex, UK, John Gould, Colorado College, USA Journal of International Relations and Development is an internationally peer-reviewed journal in international relations and international political economy. It publishes articles on contemporary world politics and the global political economy from a variety of methodologies and approaches. ISSN: 14086980 / EISSN: 15811980 For more information, please visit:

This collection discusses China's contemporary national and international identity as evidenced in its geopolitical impact on the countries in its direct periphery and its functioning in organizations of global governance. This contemporary identity is assessed against the background of the country's Confucian and nationalist history.


Contents: Introduction; Bart Dessein * PART I: HISTORICAL CONCIOUSNESS * 1. Chinese Nationalists under Manchu Emperors: The Origins of Chinese Nationalism in the 19th and Early 20th Century; Julia Schneider * 2. Radical Confucianism: The Critique of Imperial Orthodoxy in Guocui xuebao (1905–1911); Tze-ki Hon * 3. History and Historical Consciousness in Contemporary China: Political Confucianism, Spiritual Confucianism, and the Politics of Spirit; Ady Van den Stock * 4. All-under-Heaven and the Chinese Nation-state; Bart Dessein * PART II: CHINA AND HER PERIPHERY * 5. Subjective Knowledge Foundation of the Cross-Straits International Peace Discourse; Hung-jen Wang * 6. Universal and Asian Values in East Asian Regionalism. Japan’s ‘New Asianism’ after the Cold War; Kristof Elsen *and more...

Politics and Development of Contemporary China November 2014 UK November 2014 US 368pp 1 map, 9 b/w tables, 5 figures Hardback £73.00 / $115.00 / CN$133.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Development in Difficult Sociopolitical Contexts Fragile, Failed, Pariah Edited by Anthony Ware, Deakin University, Australia This edited volume explores development in the socalled 'fragile', 'failed' and 'pariah' states. It examines the literature on both fragile states and their development, and offers eleven case studies on countries ranking in the 'very high alert' and 'very high warning' categories in the Fund for Peace Failed States Index. Contents: PART I: THEORY AND THEMES, COMPLEXITY AND CHALLENGES * PART II: CASE STUDIES: DEVELOPMENT IN SO-CALLED ‘FRAGILE STATES’, ‘FAILED STATES’ AND ‘PARIAH STATES’ * PART III: CONCLUSION

Rethinking International Development series October 2014 UK October 2014 US 360pp 8 b/w tables, 9 figures Hardback £73.00 / $115.00 / CN$133.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available




INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Anglo-American Diplomacy and the Palestinian Refugee Problem, 1948-51 Simon A. Waldman, King’s College London, United Kingdom This volume examines British and US attitudes towards the means and mechanisms for the facilitation of an Arab-Israeli reconciliation, focusing specifically on the refugee factor in diplomatic initiatives. It explains why Britain and the US were unable to reconcile the local parties to an agreement on the future of the Palestinian refugees. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction. The Palestinian Refugee Problem as an Impediment to Peace * 1. The Palestine Factor in Anglo-American Post-War Middle Eastern Policy, 1945-1948 * 2. Friends Reunited? Britain and the US Respond to the Palestinian Refugee Problem * 3. Diplomatic Deadlock: The Palestine Conciliation Commission and the Palestinian Refugee Problem (Part 1) * 4. Economics Over Politics: The Palestine Conciliation Commission and the Palestinian Refugee Problem (Part 2) * 5. Compensation: The Key to Break the Logjam? * 6. The Refugee Factor in Direct Arab-Israeli Negotiations * 7. The Birth of UNRWA: the Institutionalisation of Failed Diplomacy * Conclusion * Bibliography

Security, Conflict and Cooperation in the Contemporary World February 2015 UK February 2015 US 288pp Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The International Politics of the Arab Spring Popular Unrest and Foreign Policy Edited by Robert Mason, The British University in Egypt (BUE), Egpyt "The Arab Spring laid doors open for yet more realism and pragmatism to dominate world politics. This collection reminds us of the centrality of the MENA region in the struggle between interests and alliances."—Youssef M. Sawani, University of Tripoli, Libya This book covers the major international relations of Middle East states, with a special focus on how a range of relationships are being impacted by the Arab Revolutions and Afghan politics prior to the presidential election in 2014. Contents: Introduction; Robert Mason * 1. The Arab Spring as a Challenge to Political Science; Martin Beck * 2. The Obama Administration and the Arab Spring: Waiting for a Doctrine * Robert Mason * 3. The European Neighborhood Policy: Going Full Circle?; Timo Behr * 4. Russia and the Middle East: Adjusting to a New Political Vista; Nikolay Kozhanov * 5. Diversity Behind Unity: Latin America’s Response to the Arab Spring; Alejandra Galindo, Cecilia Baeza and Élodie Brun * 6. India and the Middle East: Before and After the Arab Spring; Harsh V. Pant * 7. China; I-Wei Jennifer Chang * Conclusion: Conceptualizing the International Community’s Approach to the MENA Region; Robert Mason

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The EU Foreign Policy Analysis Democratic Legitimacy, Media, and Climate Change

Regional Powers in the Middle East

Cristian Nițoiu, College of Europe, Poland

New Constellations after the Arab Revolts Edited by Henner Fürtig, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany The Arab Spring as the initiator of far-reaching changes in the regional power constellation. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Concept of Regional Power as Applied to the Middle East; Martin Beck * PART I: IRAN AND ITS ‘REVOLUTIONARY MISSION’ * 2. Iran: Winner or Looser of the ‘Arab Spring’?; Henner Fürtig * 3. What determines Iranian Power?; Arshin Adib-Moghaddam * PART II: EGYPT: PAST AND FUTURE GLORY? * 4. Post-Mubarak Egypt: Visions and Prospects for a new Regional Leadership Role; Annette Ranko and Elizabeth Monier * 5. Egypt: The ‘Regional reference’ in the Middle East; Mustafa El Labbad * PART III: TURKEY AND THE OTTOMAN PAST * 6. Before the Arab Revolt and After: Turkey’s Transformed Regional Power Status in the Middle East; André Bank and Roy Karadag * 7. Turkey’s ‘Return’ to the Middle East; Meliha Benli Altunışık * PART IV: ISRAEL – HIDDEN OPPORTUNITIES * 8. Israel – an underestimated player in the new ‘Middle East Game’; Robert Kappel * 9. Israel as a Regional Power: Prospects and Problems; Mark A. Heller * PART V: SAUDI ARABIA – MORE THAN PETRODOLLARS * 10. Saudi Arabia: a conservative P(l)ayer on the Retreat?; Thomas Richter * 11. Saudi Arabia and the Arab Spring: Opportunities and Challenges of Security; Saud Al Tamamy * 12. Conclusion: Prospects for New Regional Powers in the Middle East (Henner Fürtig)

The book presents a model of interaction effects between policymakers and the media which can shed light on the former's ability to enhance democratic legitimacy in foreign policy decision-making. It shows that the media enhanced the democratic legitimacy of the EU's foreign policy in relation to its climate policy and its approach towards Russia. Contents: List of Figures and Tables * Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * Introduction * 1. Democratic Legitimacy and EU Foreign Policy: Is Such a Link Conceivable? * 2. Mapping Interaction Effects Within the Media/Foreign Policy Nexus * 3. Research Framework and Methods * 4. The Transnational Level * 5. The United Kingdom * 6. Romania * Conclusions * Annex A * Annex B * Bibliography * Index

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Origins and Evolution of the US Rebalance Toward Asia

Advances in International Environmental Politics

Diplomatic, Military, and Economic Dimensions

2nd edition

Edited by Hugo Meijer, Kings College London; Sciences Po/CERI This book provides a multifaceted analysis of the socalled US 'rebalance' (or 'pivot') towards Asia by focusing on the diplomatic, military, and economic dimensions of the American policy shift in the Asia Pacific region. Contents: Foreword; Christian Lequesne * Introduction: The Reconfiguration of American Primacy in World Politics: Prospects and Challenges for the US Rebalance to Asia; Hugo Meijer * PART I: DRIVERS AND RATIONALE OF THE PIVOT: DIPLOMATIC, MILITARY AND ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS * 1. The Origin and Evolution of the Rebalance ; Michael McDevitt * 2. Change and Continuity in America’s Asia Pivot: US Engagement with Multilateralism in the Asia Pacific; See Seng Tan * 3. The Military Rebalance as Retcon; Benjamin Jensen and Eric Y. Shibuya * 4. The Political Economy of the US Rebalance: Revisiting the ‘Web of Linkages’ between National Security and Economic Prosperity; Guillaume de Rougé * PART II: REGIONAL REACTIONS TO THE US REBALANCE TOWARD ASIA * 5. Chinese Reactions to the US Rebalance toward Asia: Strategic Distrust and Pragmatic Adaptation; Mathieu Duchâtel and Emmanuel Puig * 6. The US Policy of Rebalance: Japanese and South Korean Perspectives; Young C. Kim * 7. The US Rebalance in Southeast Asia: Maritime Security, Nontraditional Security Threats, and ‘Bamboo Diplomacy’; Eric Frécon * 8. Implications for European Security and NATO of the US Rebalance toward Asia; Jolyon Howorth * 9. Impact of the Rebalance on Europe’s Interest in East Asia: Consequences for Europe in Economic, Diplomatic, and Military/Security Dimensions; May-Britt U. Stumbaum * 10. Russia’s Perspective on the US Pivot: Opportunities and Constraints in the Asia Pacific; Isabelle Facon * Conclusion: The US Rebalance toward Asia: Whither Sino-American Relations?; François Godement

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Jewish-Israeli National Identity and Dissidence The Contradictions of Zionism and Resistance Katie Attwell, Murdoch University, Australia "Attwell sets to uncover, interpret and reconstruct the ways in which JewishIsraeli dissidents negotiate some apparent (even if unnamed or incapable of being named) dilemmas in their very identities...This book is a valuable contribution to our understanding of one of humanity's most powerful inventions, namely nationalism."—Dr Yaacov Yadgar, author of Secularism and Religion in Jewish Israeli Politics: Traditionists and Modernity A critical examination of Zionism and its internal resistance by Israeli Jews, this book employs a unique perspective on Israel/Palestine by eschewing presenting identities as concrete and, rather, examining their creation through discourse.

Edited by Michele M. Betsill, Department of Political Science, Colorado State University, USA, Kathryn Hochstetler, University of Waterloo, Canada, Dimitris Stevis, Department of Political Science, Colorado State University, USA This book provides authoritative and up-to-date research for anyone interested in the study of international environmental politics. It demonstrates how the field of international environmental politics has evolved and identifies key questions, topics and approaches to guide future research. Contents: 1. General Introduction; Michele Betsill, Kathryn Hochstetler and Dimitris Stevis * PART I: THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS * PART II: MAJOR RESEARCH AREAS * PART III: FRAMEWORKS FOR EVALUATING GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS July 2014 UK July 2014 US 424pp 1 figure, 1 colour table Hardback £75.00 / $120.00 / CN$132.00 Paperback £25.99 / $32.00 / CN$47.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Sustainable Human Development A New Territorial and People-Centred Perspective Mario Biggeri, University of Florence, Italy, Andrea Ferrannini, PIN S.c.r.l., University of Florence, Italy "The book's perspective is especially relevant, as the world cogitates about the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals agenda, because in the next few decades the synergies between local development and human development will become more salient than ever before."—Santosh Mehrotra, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Government of India Integrating Amartya Sen's approach with the literature on place-based territorial development processes, this book recognises the interplay between the evolution of local development systems and the expansion of individual and collective capabilities.

Contents: Preface * Introduction PART I: CONTEXT * 1. Ressentiment and the State * 2. Ressentiment Zionism * 3. The Dissidents’ Context * PART II: DISSENT * 4. Meet the Dissidents * 5. The Themes of Dissident Dissonance: Historicisation and Identification * 6. The Themes of Dissident Dissonance: Zionism and the Self * 7. Dissident Discourses * 8. Conclusion

Contents: Prologue; Giacomo Becattini * Foreword; Santosh Mehrotra * Introduction* 1. Sustainable Human Development (SHD) at the Local Level * 1.1 Introduction * 1.2 Unexplored synergies between the Capability Approach and the local development perspective * 1.3 Rationales for a new SHD perspective at the local level * 1.4 Structural elements of SHD at the local level * 1.5 Some clarifications about the new perspective * 1.6 Conclusions * Appendix 1.1 Levels and trajectories of SHD at the local level * 2. The Sustainable Territorial Evolution for Human Development (STEHD) Framework * 2.1 Introduction * 2.2 The STEHD framework * 2.3 Exploring the territorial dynamics of SHD processes through the STEHD framework * 2.4 What is the STEHD framework for? * 2.5 Conclusions * Appendix 2.1 Alternative ways for the modeling of LDSs * 3. The Role Of Multilevel Governance for SHD at the Local Level * 3.1 Introduction: A world with no isolated territories * and more...

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS European Integration and the Problem of the State

Peace, Justice and International Order

A Critique of the Bordering of Europe

Annette Förster, RWTH Aachen University, Germany "The question this book engages with is crucial to understanding the relevance of Rawls's liberalism to contemporary international affairs. Exploring the question of whether there are (or could be) decent non-liberal societies is essential to establishing the boundaries of toleration in international affairs. These are the boundaries of just war, of humanitarian aid and intervention, of stability and justice. They tell us whether a liberal conception of global justice is capable of being the object of an overlapping consensus between morally and culturally distinct societies. Annette Forster has accepted this challenge and produced a fascinating study of 'the decent peace thesis' that will give students and scholars in the field much to think about."—Peter Sutch, University of Cardiff, UK

Stefan Borg, Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden ''This book is an important and essential contribution to understandings of identity, the state and alternative political, economic and social orders, of which the European Union is offered as the primary contemporary example. Borg's timely and critical reflection on the nature of European integration and the processes by which the EU's identity has been created highlights the state-like nature of this entity including the exclusions and violences.'' — Professor Roxanne Lynn Doty, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University, USA This study argues that the practices of European integration reproduce, rather than transcend, the practices of modern statecraft. Therefore, the project of European integration is plagued by similar ethico-political dilemmas as the modern state, and is ultimately animated by a similar desire to either expel or interiorize difference. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Question of a European Union ‘Beyond the State’ * 2. On the Limited Imagination of Neofunctionalism * 3. Political Theory Meets European Integration Studies * 4. In Search of a Foundation for Europe * 5. Solana’s Struggle * 6. Euro-crafting at Border Zones * Conclusion April 2015 UK April 2015 US 192pp 1 map Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

How can fair cooperation and a stable peace be reached in the international realm? Peace, Justice and International Order discusses this question in the light of John Rawls' The Law of Peoples, offers a new approach to Rawls' international theory and contributes to the discourse on international peace and justice. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Practical Relevance of a Realistic Utopia * 3. Why Peoples, Not States – Why States, Not Peoples * 4. A Typology of Political Regimes * 5. International Justice and the Principles of the Law of Peoples * 6. The Society of Peoples – A Union of Well-Ordered Societies? * 7. Decent Peoples and the Real World * 8. Decent Peace in The Law of Peoples and Beyond * 9. Peace, Justice and International Order – A Conclusion October 2014 UK October 2014 US 208pp 1 b/w table Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



The Role of Regional Organizations in Disaster Risk Management

America in the Philippines, 1899-1902

A Strategy for Global Resilience

The First Torture Scandal Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University, USA "Einolf offers the first disciplined study of American torture in the context of counter-insurgency war, carefully documenting how torture emerges, how it spreads, and what factors lead it to change or cease in the context of war. Carefully researched, historically grounded and social-scientifically informed, this book will be of great importance to all future case studies of this topic."— Darius Rejali, Reed College, USA This book analyzes the US army’s use of the ‘water cure’ torture in the Philippine War and the ensuing political scandal that resulted. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Theories of Human Rights Abuses and Advocacy * 3. The Laws of War and Illegitimate Combatants * 4. Early Experimentation, 1898-1900 * 5. Standard Operating Procedure, Fall 1900 to Spring 1901 * 6. ‘Kill and Burn,’ Fall 1901 to Summer 1902 * 7. The Scandal Builds, January 1901 to March 1902 * 8. The Scandal Breaks, April 1902 * 9. The Scandal Recedes, May to June 1902 * 10. The Effects of the Scandal * 11. Conclusion November 2014 UK November 2014 US 248pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Simon Hollis, Swedish National Defence College, Sweden "Simon Hollis has done us a real service with this extraordinary study of the rise of Disaster Risk Management arrangements in regional organizations around the world. His core finding is that the DRM arrangements dramatically reflect global ideas and models rather than region-specific ones. This directly addresses the issue of whether regional structures fragment global society: it turns out they are most prominently media for integration." - John W. Meyer, Stanford University, USA The use of regional organizations to mitigate and respond to disasters has become a global trend. This book examines the role regional organizations play in managing disaster risk through a comparative study of ten regional organizations, demonstrating their current limitations and future potential. Contents: 1. The Role of Regional Organizations in Disaster Risk Management * 2. Regional Disaster Risk Management * 3. The rational role of regional DRM cooperation * 4. The standardization of DRM * 5. International organizations and norm diffusion * 6. Norm reproduction in the school of DRM * 7. The Great Divide: Translating expectations into capabilities * 8. A World of Regions January 2015 UK January 2015 US 256pp 19 b/w tables, 6 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Democracy Promotion and Foreign Policy

The Capability Approach

Identity and Interests in US, EU and Non-Western Democracies

From Theory to Practice

Daniela Huber, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Italy ''There is no shortage in scholarship on democracy promotion despite its rather limited effectiveness. This book stands out, however, in its theoretical and empirical rigor. First, Daniela Huber explains why democracies – unlike autocratic systems – engage in promoting their own political systems on a global scale. She argues, 'it's identity, stupid!' Second, this book not only focuses on the U.S. and the EU, but also explains Turkish efforts at democracy promotion. A 'must-read' for both scholars and practitioners!'' —Professor Dr Thomas Risse, Freie Universität Berlin Democracy promotion is an established principle in US and EU foreign policies today, but how did it become so? This comparative study explores the promotion of democracy, focusing on exponents from emerging democracies alongside more established Western models, and investigates the impact of democratic interests on foreign policy. Contents: PART I: DEMOCRACY PROMOTION – WHO DOES WHAT AND WHY? * PART II: THE US AND DEMOCRACY PROMOTION IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA IN THE LAST PERIOD OF THE COLD WAR * PART III: THE EU AND DEMOCRACY PROMOTION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION SINCE THE END OF THE COLD WAR * PART IV: TURKEY AND DEMOCRACY PROMOTION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION SINCE THE EARLY 2000S April 2015 UK April 2015 US 240pp 23 figures, 5 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Methodology and Research Practice in Southeast Asian Studies Edited by Mikko Huotari, University of Freiburg, Germany, Jürgen Rüland, University of Freiburg, Germany, Judith Schlehe, University of Freiburg, Germany This book addresses the question of how to ground research practice in area-specific, yet globally entangled contexts such as 'Global Southeast Asia'. It offers a fruitful debate between various approaches to Southeast Asia Studies, while taking into consideration the areaspecific contexts of research practice cross-cutting methodological issues. Contents: 1. Introduction: Fostering Methodological Dialogue in Southeast Asian Studies; Mikko Huotari PART I * 2. Moving Theory and Methods in Southeast Asian Studies; Goh Beng-Lan * 3. Southeast Asian Studies: the Conundrum of Area and Method; Victor T. King PART II * 4. Doing Anthropological Fieldwork with Southeast Asian Characteristics? Identity and Adaptation in the Field; Deasy Simandjuntak and Michaela Haug * 5. Performative Ethnography: Observant Participation in Southeast Asia; Eric Haanstad * 6. What Does a Gender Relations Approach Bring to Southeast Asian Studies?; Kathryn Robinson * 7. Learning from Locals: Doing Interviews in Southeast Asia; Paruedee Nguitragool * 8. Political Analysis and the Southeast Asian Press: Decoding Meaning and Tracing Events; Jürgen Rüland, Jarno S. Jian Hui Lang, and York A. Wiese * and more... August 2014 UK August 2014 US 360pp 9 figures, 9 b/w tables Hardback £70.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Edited by Solava Ibrahim, University of Manchester, UK, Meera Tiwari, University of East London, UK "This book convincingly demonstrates that the application of the capability approach to development policy and practice should be prioritised… by both researchers and practitioners. Essential reading for all who are seeking to promote human flourishing." — David Hulme, University of Manchester, UK How can human capabilities be articulated and promoted in practice? How can the challenges encountered in its application be addressed? This volume answers these research questions through nine country case studies from the Global North and the Global South. Contents: 1. The Capability Approach: From Theory to Practice - Rationale, Review and Reflections; Solava Ibrahim * 2. Capability Approach, Livelihoods and Social Inclusion: Agents of Change in Rural India; Meera Tiwari * 3. The Dynamics of Collective Agency in Practice: Women’s Fight against FGM in Upper Egypt; Solava Ibrahim * 4. Growing-up on the Street – Understanding the Lives of Street Children and Youth in Africa; Wayne Shand * 5. An agency-oriented exploration of capabilities: Reflections from the UNDP 2010 Brasil Ponto a Ponto campaign; Alexandre Apsan Frediani * 6. Sustainability and the Capability Approach: From theory to practice?; PB Anand * 7. Using the capability approach to evaluate health and care for individuals and groups in England; Tania Burchardt and Polly Vizard * 8. Capability Approach Applications in Germany: * 9. Official Poverty and Wealth Reporting and Beyond; Jürgen Volkert * 10. Integrating Human Capital and Human Capabilities in Understanding the Value of Education; Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti and Anna Sabadash * 11. French Public Involvement in Fair-trade: An Opportunity to Link the Solidarity Economy and the Capability Approach; Hanitra Randrianasolo and Jean-Luc Dubois * Conclusion July 2014 UK July 2014 US 296pp 13 b/w tables, 14 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Slovak–Polish Border, 1918-1947 Marcel Jesenský, University of Ottawa, Canada The first English-language monograph on the SlovakPolish border in 1918-47 explores the interplay of politics, diplomacy, moral principles and selfdetermination. This book argues that the failure to reconcile strategic objectives with territorial claims could cost a higher price than the geographical size of the disputed region would indicate. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Historical Outline * 3. Two States and Three Disputes * 4. All roads lead to Spa? * 5. Rapprochement through Javorina? * 6. (Un)Doing Injustices * 7. Whose Line Is It Anyway? * 8. 1945 and Beyond: The ghosts of Munich * 9. Conclusion September 2014 UK September 2014 US 264pp 14 maps Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Friendship and International Relations Edited by Simon Koschut, University of ErlangenNuremberg, Germany, Andrea Oelsner, University of Aberdeen, UK International friendship is a distinct type of interstate relationship, and that as such, it can contribute to capture aspects of international politics that have long remained unattended. This book offers a framework for analyzing friendship in international politics by presenting a variety of conceptual approaches and empirical cases. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION * 1. A Framework for the Study of International Friendship; Andrea Oelsner and Simon Koschut * PART II: CONCEPTIONS * 2. Friendship, State and Nation; Graham M. Smith * 3. Friendship, Security and Power; Felix Berenskoetter * 4. The Sources of Affect in Interstate Friendship; Lucile Eznack and Simon Koschut * 5. Friendship and International Order: An Ambiguous Liaison; Evgeny Roshchin * PART III: PRACTICES * 6. Franco-German Friendship: A Dynamic Perspective; Antoine Vion * 7. German-Polish Ties: Special Relationship, Friendship or Reconciliation?; Lily Gardner Feldman * 8. The Construction of International Friendship in South America; Andrea Oelsner * 9. Social Forums and Friendship: A New Way of Contemplating the Notion of Friendship in International Relations; Caroline Patsias and Sylvie Patsias * 10. Friendship in International Treaties; Heather Devere * PART IV: CONCLUSION * 11. Conclusion; Simon Koschut and Andrea Oelsner October 2014 UK October 2014 US 232pp 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Sovereignty and Responsibility Power, Norms and Intervention in International Relations Jeremy Moses, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand This book is a critical study of the concept of sovereignty and its relationship to responsibility. It establishes a clear distinction between empirical and normative definitions of sovereignty and examines the implications of these concepts in relation to intervention, international law, and the world state. Contents: Introduction * 1. Defining Sovereignty * 2. Sovereignty, (Ir)responsibility, and Intervention * 3. Normative Theory and Political Theology * 4. The Politics of Sovereignty as Responsibility: The Case of Libya * 5. Sovereignty, Intervention and Contemporary International Law * 6. Beyond Sovereignty? Cosmopolitanism and Realist Thought on the World State * Conclusion: Myths and Metaphors of Sovereignty November 2014 UK November 2014 US 216pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



International Politics Editor: Michael Cox, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Russia’s Coercive Diplomacy Energy, Cyber, and Maritime Policy as New Sources of Power Ryan Maness, Northeastern University, Boston, USA, Brandon Valeriano, University of Glasgow, UK

International Politics defines itself as critical in character, truly international in scope, and totally engaged with the central issues facing the world today. The journal addresses contemporary transnational issues and global problems across geographic, theoretical and methodological boundaries.

Russia's place in the world as a powerful regional actor can no longer be denied; the question that remains concerns what this means in terms of foreign policy and domestic stability for the actors involved in the situation, as Russia comes to grips with its newfound sources of might. Contents: 1. Introduction: New Forms of Coercive Power in the Putin Era * 2. Russia’s Foreign Policy Choices and the Application of Situational Coercive Diplomacy * 3. Rivalry Persistence and the Case of the United States and Russia: From Global Rivalry to Regional Conflict * 4. Russia in Cyberspace * 5. Russian Coercive Energy Diplomacy in the Former Soviet Union * 6. Energy Salience and Situational Coercive Diplomacy: Comparison of Coercive Energy Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia * 7. Russian Foreign Policy in the Arctic: Regional Issues, Preferences, and Conflict Moderation 8. Conclusion: Russian Coercive Diplomacy after the Cold War April 2015 UK April 2015 US 256pp 6 figures, 42 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Media Framing of the Muslim World

Multiculturalism and Conflict Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific

Conflicts, Crises and Contexts Halim Rane, Griffith University, Australia, Jacqui Ewart, Griffith University, Australia, John Martinkus, University of Tasmania, Australia "At a time when Muslims are ever more prominent in international news, what more can be said about the relationship between Muslims and the media? Including primary research and scholarly debate with first hand experiences of journalists reporting on the ground, this book makes a significant and engaging contribution. With an international outlook and chapters focusing on news production and the role of new technologies the authors widen the scope of study in this important area. Essential reading for newsmakers and analysts alike."— Elizabeth Poole, Keele University, UK Media Framing of the Muslim World examines and explains how news about Islam and the Muslim world is produced and consumed, and how it impacts on relations between Islam and the West. The authors cover key issues in this relationship including the reporting on war and conflict, terrorism, asylum seekers and the Arab Spring. Contents: Preface * Introduction * 1. Islam and the Muslim World * 2. Media-generated Muslims and Islamophobia * 3. Image and Reality of Reporting War and Conflict in the Muslim World * 4. Asylum Seekers * 5. Covering Terrorism Suspects * 6. The Arab Spring * 7. A Clash of Civilizations? * 8. Moving on from 9/11? * Conclusion * References June 2014 UK June 2014 US 216pp Hardback £60.00 / $85.00 / CN$98.00 Paperback £18.99 / $28.00 / CN$32.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Migration, Language and Politics Edited by Kosuke Shimizu, Ryukoku University, Japan, William S. Bradley, Ryukoku University, Japan This book is open access under a CC BY license. This edited collection focuses on theories, language and migration in relation to multiculturalism in Japan and the Asia-Pacific. Each chapter aims to provide alternative understandings to current conflicts that have arisen due to immigration and policies related to education, politics, language, work, citizenship and identity. Contents: This book is open access under a CC BY license. * 1. Introduction; Kosuke Shimizu and William S. Bradley * PART I * 2. Multicultural Coexistence in Japan: Follower, Innovator, or Reluctant Late Adopter?; William S. Bradley * 3. A Critical Analysis of Multiculturalism and Deviant Identities: Untold Stories of Japanese Americans without Nations; Takumi Honda * 4. Theorizing Multiculturalism: Modeling the Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion in School-Based Multicultural Settings; Lee Gunderson * PART II * 5. Who Owns Our Tongue? English, Academic Life and Subjectivity; Kosuke Shimizu * 6. Preservice and Inservice English as a Foreign Language Teachers’ Perceptions of the New Language Education Policy Regarding the Teaching of Classes in English at Japanese Senior High Schools; Toshinobu Nagamine * and more... September 2014 UK September 2014 US 256pp 10 b/w tables, 3 figures Hardback £20.00 / $31.00 / CN$35.50 Paperback £15.00 / $23.00 / CN$26.50 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Facing Down the Soviet Union Psychological Warfare in the Arab-Israeli Conflict Ron Schleifer, Ariel University Center (AUC), Isreal The first study to examine psychological warfare in the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict, this book presents a rational analysis of the Arab and Israeli struggles to gain the world's sympathy and support, tracing these struggles from the British Mandate to the more recent HAMAS abduction of IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

Britain, the USA, NATO and Nuclear Weapons, 1976-1983 Kristan Stoddart, Aberystwyth University, UK "The third volume in Kristan Stoddart's monumental history of British nuclear deterrent policy takes the reader from 1976 to 1983, a key period in the story when nuclear policy became an important domestic political issue. As usual, he handles his wide range of sources with consummate skill and insight." — Professor Eric Grove, Liverpool Hope University, UK Facing Down the Soviet Union reveals for the first time the historic deliberations regarding the Chevaline upgrade to Britain's Polaris force, the decisions to procure the Trident C-4 and then D-5 system from the Americans in 1980 and 1982. It also details the decision to base Ground Launched Cruise Missiles in the UK in 1983.

Contents: 1. Psychological Warfare Theory * 2. Principles of Psychological Warfare Management * 3. Psychological Warfare against the British in Prestate Israel (the Yishuv) * 4. Psychological Warfare in the Arab-Israeli Wars (1948-1982) * 5. The War between Israel and Hezbollah in Southern Lebanon (1985-2000) * 6. The Arab-Israeli Conflict and the First Intifada * (1948-1989) * 7. Applying Psywar Themes in the Intifada * 8. The Palestinian Information Mechanism * 9. The Israeli Information Mechanism * 10. Planning Psywar, Defining its Goals * 11. The Second Intifada * 12. Psychological Warfare in Operation ‘Cast Lead * 13. The Mavi Marmara Affair * Epilogue * Conclusions

Contents: 1. The British Labour Government and the Development of Chevaline, 1976-1979 * 2. The Callaghan Government and Polaris Replacement 1976-1979: The Duff-Mason Report * 3. Britain, the US and NATO LRTNF Modernisation, 1976-1979 * 4. ‘Gone Bananas’ – The Conservative Government and Chevaline, 1979-1983 * 5. Mrs Thatcher and the Trident C-4 Decision * and more...

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Brazil on the Global Stage

Extra-Regional Engagement as Stepping Stone to Great Power Status

Power, Ideas, and the Liberal International Order Edited by Matthew M. Taylor, American University, USA, Oliver Stuenkel, Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazil

Christina Stolte, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany The book analyzes Brazil's Africa engagement as a rising power's strategy to gain global recognition, linking it to Brazil's broader foreign policy objectives and shedding light on the mechanisms of Brazilian status-seeking in Africa. Contents: 1. Introduction: A South American Power making Inroads into Africa * 2. Great Powers and the Drive for Status in International Relations * 3. Brazil in the World: Role-Conception, Drive for Status and Status-Seeking Strategies of * a Power on the Rise * 4. Brazil in Africa: Extra-Regional Engagement as Springboard to Great Power Status * 5. Why Africa? Motives for Brazil’s Africa Engagement * 6. Conclusion: Brazil’s Africa Engagement as Status-Seeking Policy * 7. Literature April 2015 UK April 2015 US 240pp 23 graphs, 6 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights


This volume explores Brazil's perspectives on the global order. The authors demonstrate that even as Brazil seeks greater recognition on the world stage, it also brings important challenges to the US-led liberal international order. Contents: Foreword; Eric Hershberg * 1. Brazil on the Global Stage: Origins and Consequences of Brazil’s Challenge to the Global Liberal Order; Oliver Stuenkel and Matthew M. Taylor * 2. The Rhetoric and Reality of Brazil’s Multilateralism; David Bosco and Oliver Stuenkel * 3. The Brazilian Liberal Tradition and the Global Liberal Order; João M. E. Maia and Matthew M. Taylor * 4. The Risks of Pragmatism: Brazil’s Relations with the United States and the International Security Order; Ralph Espach * 5. For Liberalism without Hegemony: Brazil and the Rule of Non-Intervention; Marcos Tourinho * 6. Brazil’s Ambivalent Challenge to Global Environmental Norms; Eve Z. Bratman * 7. Brazil and the Global Nuclear Order; Togzhan Kassenova * 8. Brazil’s Place in the Global Economy; Arturo C. Porzecanski * 9. Ever Wary of Liberalism: Brazilian Foreign Trade Policy from Bretton Woods to the G-20; André Villela * Afterword: Emerging Powers and the Future of the American-Led Liberal International Order; James Goldgeier April 2015 UK April 2015 US 248pp 5 tables, 2 graphs Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Chile and Australia Contemporary Transpacific Connections from the South Irene Strodthoff, University of Sydney, Australia "This is a highly innovative and original crossdisciplinary work. It is thorough and insightful, weaving the complex issues involved in transnational connections and discourses of nationalism between two countries in the 'colonized' South. Strodthoff makes an important contribution and intervention in discussions about practices of exclusion and inclusion within and between nations. It is engaging in its development of new understandings of how countries imagine and construct themselves and others discursively."—Alana Mann, Senior Lecturer, Department of Media and Communications, The University of Sydney, Australia

The Transition of Global Order Legitimacy and Contestation Maximilian Terhalle, University of Potsdam, Germany "The Transition of Global Order asks what may be the single most important question in international relations today: how the rise of China and other nonwestern powers will affect the character of the liberal international order. Professor Terhalle examines the interplay of common culture (or its lack), rules, coercion, and governance effectiveness in shaping the outcome."—Professor Jack Snyder, Columbia University

Exploring bilateral narratives of identity at a sociodiscursive level from 1990 onwards, this book provides a new approach to understanding how Chile and Australia imagine and discursively construct each other in light of the bilateral Free Trade Agreement signed in 2008. Contents: Foreword; Raewyn Connell * Introduction * 1. Unveiling Shifts in the Visibility of the Chilean-Australian Relations since 1990 * 2. Immigrants and the Indigenous Peoples: Challenging Official Constructs of Social Cohesion * 3. Negotiating Chilean and Australian Projections of Masculinities and Whiteness in a Neo-liberal Context * 4. Shortening Imagined Distance: Towards The Bilateral Free Trade Agreement * 5. The Asymmetrical Links between Chile and Australia * 6. The Australian and the Chilean Bicentenaries (1988 and 2010) November 2014 UK November 2014 US 232pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


been taken for granted.

This study looks at the underlying foundations of global order, putting aside mainstream institutionalist approaches in showing how China and the US are engaged in an intense process of contestation and renegotiation of an institutionalized order that has long

Contents: 1. Global Orders: Contestation and Transition * 2. Order Transition, Systemic Legitimacy and Institutionalization * 3. Order Transition in a Hybrid Environment * 4. Order Transition, Common Culture and Exceptional Worldviews * 5. Order Transition and Effectiveness * 6. Renegotiating the Security-related Rules of Global Order * 7. Renegotiating the Environmental Rules of Global Order * 8. Renegotiating the Ideology-related Aspects of Global Order * 9. Conclusion: The Politics of Sovereignty and the Failure of the Global Governance Concept March 2015 UK March 2015 US 272pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Building Sustainable Couples in International Relations

Child Sponsorship

A Strategy Towards Peaceful Cooperation

Edited by Brad Watson, Avondale College of Higher Education, Australia, Matthew Clarke, Faculty of Arts, Deakin University, Australia "I commend this book as being foundational for a considered discussion by scholars and practitioners of what CS has been in the past, continues to be today, and can be tomorrow."—Jayakumar Christain, Director of World Vision India.

Edited by Brigitte Vassort-Rousset, University of Lyon, France The contributors investigate processes of international conflict transformation and peaceful cooperation. They highlight how critical intermediary-level components have proved more conducive to promoting rapprochement between rival states than interstate diplomatic engagement through incremental identitychange. Contents: 1. Critical Components of Peaceful Couples in I.R.; Brigitte Vassort-Rousset PART I: CONDITIONS FOR ACCOMMODATION AND INSTITUTIONALISED RECIPROCAL RESTRAINT * 2. Couples and Trust-building in International Society; Anna Caffarena * 3. The Equivocal Couple in Multilateralism: Dyads at the UN; Mélanie Albaret and Delphine Placidi-Frot * 4. Good Fences for Good Neighbours? States, Couples, and Walls; Elisabeth Vallet and Charles-Philippe David * 5. Post-colonial Britain and its Former Colonies in the EU; Elise Féron * PART II: GRASSROOTS AND INTERMEDIATE LEVEL INTEGRATION AND INTEREST-RELATED IDENTITY CHANGE * 6. The French-German Couple: Elites’ Affair or Peoples’ Friendship?; JeanJacques Roche * 7. Diplomacy Decentralised: Latin American Substate Couples; Noe Cornago * 8. North Kivu: Buffer, Battleground, Sanctuary; Morten Boas * PART III: ATTEMPTING TO AVOID DIVORCE FOR LACK OF CULTURAL COMMONALITY * 9. Enduring China-India Divorce: Multi-layered Causes; Yves-Heng Lim * 10. The Binary Indo-Pakistani Civilisational Subtext; Jayati Srivastava * 11. The Divan Orchestra: Mutual Middle-range Transformation; Frédéric Ramel * Conclusion * 12. Towards International Couples’ Peaceful Identity Change through Middle-range Cooperation; Brigitte Vassort-Rousset November 2014 UK November 2014 US 272pp 5 diagrams Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Promoting Values and Defending Interests Georgiy Voloshin, International Affairs Expert, France The normative power of the European Union has historically been a key element of its foreign policy. This study considers the EU's Central Asia policy, questioning whether the EU's normative power can work in this remote region. Contents: Introduction 1. A Time to Gather Stones Together: The EU’s Normative Engagement with Central Asia 1991-2007 2. The EU’s 2007 Strategy for Central Asia: Promoting Values and Defending Interests * Conclusion


This book reviews the remarkable growth, diversity and challenges of child sponsorship. It features the latest progress in child sponsorship practice and necessary tensions experienced by some organisations as they seek to maximise impact. Contents: 1. Introduction to Key Issues in Child Sponsorship; Brad Watson and Matthew Clarke * 2. Origins of Child Sponsorship: Save the Children Fund in the 1920s; Brad Watson * 3. A typology of Child Sponsorship Activity; Brad Watson * 4. Issues in Historic Child Sponsorship; Brad Watson, Harwood Lockton and Manohar Pawar * 5. Excellence or Exit: Transforming Save the Children’s Child Sponsorship Programming; Amy Jo Dowd, Céline Gustavson and Earl Moran * 6. Child sponsorship and rights-based interventions at Plan: Tensions and synergies; Han Dijsselbloem, Justin Fugle and Uwe Gneiting * 7. World Vision – Moving sponsorship along the development continuum; Brett Pierce and Christabel Kalaiselvi * 8. Holistic Child Development through sponsorship and church partnership; Alistair T R Sim and Mark Peters *and more... August 2014 UK August 2014 US 272pp 18 illustrations, 24 figures Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Environmental Security in the Asia-Pacific Edited by Iain Watson, Graduate School of International Studies, Ajou University, South Korea, Chandra Pandey, Department of Political Science, University of Waikato, New Zealand

The European Union’s Normative Power in Central Asia

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Exploring Pathways to a Brighter Future


Environmental Security in the Asia-Pacific focuses on both North-South and SouthSouth relations to reveal an understanding of major climate change and climate change management issues through practices and narratives of environmental security in a specific regional context. Contents: Table of Contents * Introduction; Iain Watson and Chandra Lal Pandey * 1. Fragmented Environmental Discourse in People’s Republic of China (PRC): Identity, Legitimacy and Local Agents; Heidi Ning Kang Wang-Kaeding * 2. Considering Fuel Subsidies as a Threshold Input for Social Capital Development: Conceptualizing Ownership Rights in Resource Rich South Asian Economies; Will Hickey * 3. Climate Change in South Asia: Green Bridging Between Nepal and India; Chandra Lal Pandey * 4. Green Growth and Asian Donors: From Japan to Korea; Iain Watson * 5. Environmental Security and the Contradictory Politics of New Zealand’s Climate Change Policies in the Pacific; Patrick Barnett, Priya Kurian, and Jeanette Wright * Conclusion; Iain Watson and Chandra Lal Pandey June 2015 UK June 2015 US 208pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS … Obama, US Foreign Policy and the Dilemmas of Intervention David Fitzgerald, University College Cork, Ireland, David Ryan, University College Cork, Ireland "Until the archives are finally open some date in the distant future, this book will be our primary guide to Obama's entangled foreign policy dilemmas. This is a subtle and deeply-probing examination of the concepts that underlie American assumptions about the Middle East landscape as a proving ground for the American dream - the final chapter in in the postWorld War II era. What comes through so powerfully, instead, is despite Barack Obama's desire to rebuild the American nation, a new Iraq syndrome will have replaced the Vietnam syndrome." —Lloyd Gardner, Rutgers University, USA This timely study analyses the ways in which competing ideologies and cultural narratives have influenced the Obama administration’s decision-making on Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria, situating these decisions within the broader history of American foreign policy. Contents: 1. Good, Safe, Strong: Obama and the Impossible Reconciliation * 2. Obama and Iraq: the ‘Dumb’ War * 3. Afghanistan, Escalation and the ‘Good War’ * 4. Afghan ‘Good Enough’ * 5. The Libya Exception * 6. Syria and the Dilemmas of Intervention * Conclusion


Hezbollah, Islamist Politics, and International Society Filippo Dionigi, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Do international norms affect the activity of Islamist movements? This book analyzes and assesses the extent to which Islamism has been affected by the rules and principles that regulate international society, focusing on Hezbollah. It concludes that international norms are among the most significant factors changing Islamist politics. Contents: 1. Introduction: Studying the Impact of International Norms on Islamist Politics * 2. The Western Critique of Liberalism: Communitarianism * 3. Islamist Critiques of Liberalism: Abduh, Qutb, al-Sadr and Khomeini * 4. Islamism as Communitarianism: A comparative Analysis * 5. The Rise of Political Shi’ism in Lebanon * 6. Non-Combatant Immunity and Israel-Hezbollah Wars: The Case of the April Understanding * 7. Hezbollah and Human Rights Legislation in the Lebanese Parliament * 8. Hezbollah and UNSC Resolutions 1559 and 1701 * 9. Community, Person and International Norms in Hezbollah’s Political Language: Comparing the 1985 Open Letter and the 2009 Political Document * and more...

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Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and Territory

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Justice with Borders Oliviero Angeli, Department of Political Science, University of Dresden, Germany "This rigorously argued innovative book discusses the moral significance of territory. Using sharp analytic tools Dr. Angeli exposes mercilessly the fallacies in the traditional treatment of issues including cosmopolitanism and self-determination. Under his view moral cosmopolitanism does not preclude territorial rights. This book challenges the most entrenched beliefs of contemporary political theorists and provides an original and a compelling alternative which will greatly influence contemporary discourse concerning the international order."– Alon Harel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Territorial rights are often perceived to create barriers and discriminate against the poor. This study challenges that notion by re-examining the cosmopolitan understanding of territory. It addresses issues from the right to vote, the right to exclude others to the legitimacy of territorial boundaries and the exploitation of natural resources. Contents: Introduction * 1. Genealogies of the Territorial State * 2. Territorial Rights and Rights over Territory * 3. Territorial Inclusion and its Boundaries * 4. Territorial Exclusion and its Boundaries * 5. Territory and Natural Resources

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY Overcoming Poststructuralism Rawls, Kratochwil and the Structure of Normative Reasoning in International Relations Antony O’Loughlin, Mishcon de Reya, UK "Antony O'Loughlin addresses two important questions: the moral grounding of human rights claims, and the specific properties of practical reasoning in international affairs. Serious-minded, lucid and compelling, O'Loughlin offers a fresh way of thinking about many of today's most urgent, and somewhat frightening problems in international relations."—Anthony Julius, Deputy Chairman, Mishcon de Reya Through the use of a poststructuralist perspective, Antony O'Loughlin challenges the most basic tenets of International Relations Theory and deploys Rawlsian ideas of public reason in conjunction with Kratochwil's conceptions of practical reason in order to put forward a theory that overcomes the challenges posed by poststructuralism. Contents: 1. Introduction: The ‘Enormous Creative Potential of Practical Reason’ * PART I: THE CHALLENGE – POSTSTRUCTURALISM AND IR’S RESPONSE * 2. Inside/Outside: Walker, Ashley, and the Poststructuralist Critique of IR * 3. Overcoming the Poststructuralist Critique? Ontology and Epistemology in the Constructivist Theories of Wendt and Kratochwil * 4. Constitutive Political Theory: Mervyn Frost and the Role of Norms in International Political Theory * PART II: THE SOLUTION – CONSTRUCTING NORMATIVE REASON * and more...

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The EU and the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Strategies, Policies, Actions Edited by Spyros Blavoukos, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece, Dimitrios Bourantonis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece, Clara Portela, Singapore Management University "The editors have brought together, in an admirably cohesive fashion, a group of well-known scholars and practitioners, providing fresh and unique insights into the EU's policy on nuclear proliferation, and offering a nuanced and effective analysis of its strengths and limitations. Students and policy practitioners alike will find this book invaluable for understanding the EU's role in the prevention of nuclear proliferation." - Emil J. Kirchner, Jean Monnet Chair in European Political Integration , Department of Government, University of Essex, UK Much of the literature on the emerging role of the EU as a non-proliferation actor has only a minimal engagement with theory. This collection aims to rectify this by placing the role of the EU in the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons within an analytical framework inspired by emerging literature on the performance of international organisations. Contents: PART I INTRODUCTION AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK * PART II: THE EU NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION POLICY: BACKGROUND AND EVOLUTION * PART III: EU MULTILATERIAL INTERACTIONS * PART IV: EU BILATERAL INTERACTIONS AND GOVERNANCE * PART V: CONCLUSIONS

The European Union in International Affairs January 2015 UK January 2015 US 288pp 10 b/w tables Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Democratic Participation in Armed Conflict Military Involvement in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq Patrick A. Mello, Dresden University of Technology, Germany "A breath of theoretical and methodological fresh-air into the discussion of democracy and foreign policy. Combines theory, QCA, and case studies into a powerful package for explaining when democracies get involved in armed conflict."— Gary Goertz, University of Notre Dame, USA Under which conditions do democracies participate in war, and when do they abstain? Providing a unique theoretical framework, Mello identifies pathways of war involvement and abstention across thirty democracies, investigating the wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Contents: Introduction * 1. Democracy and War Involvement * 2. Explaining Democratic Participation in Armed Conflict * 3. Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis * 4. Kosovo: Forced Allies or Willing Contributors? * 5. Afghanistan: Unconditional Support but Selective Engagement? * 6. Iraq: Parliamentary Peace or Partisan Politics? * 7. Democracies and the Wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq * Conclusion

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Rethinking Fascism and Dictatorship in Europe Edited by António Costa Pinto, Lisbon University, Portugal, Aristotle Kallis, Lancaster University, UK "This important and innovative collection brings together the best recent work on the political dynamics of fascist and authoritarian regimes in inter-war Europe, emphasizing the complexity of their political dynamics."—Martin Conway, University of Oxford, UK The diffusion of fascism in Europe coincided with a wave of dictatorships that supplanted democratic regimes. This volume explores this interaction and in their historical context. Contents: PART I: THEORETICAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES * 1. The ‘Fascist Effect’: On the Dynamics of Political Hybridisation in Interwar Europe; Aristotle Kallis *2. Fascism and the Framework for Interactive Political Innovation During the Era of the Two World Wars; David Roberts * 3. The Nature of ‘Generic Fascism’: Complexity and Reflexive Hybridity; Roger Eatwell * 4. Fascism, Corporatism and the Crafting of Authoritarian Institutions in Interwar European Dictatorships; António Costa Pinto * PART II: CASE-STUDIES * 5. The Coming of the Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Regime and the Stages of its Development; Gerhard Botz * and more... September 2014 UK September 2014 US 320pp 1 figure, 1 b/w table Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY East Central European Foreign Policy Identity in Perspective

International Practice Theory New Perspectives

Back to Europe and the EU’s Neighbourhood

Christian Bueger, Cardiff University, UK, Frank Gadinger, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Elsa Tulmets, CERI, Sciences Po Paris, France "Looking across cases from East Central Europe and focusing on neighbours to the east and in the Western Balkans, Tulmets provides an impressive and valuable contribution to our understanding of not just how post-communist foreign policy identities have been forged but also how states have moved beyond a 'return to Europe' to redefine their foreign policies since becoming EU members."—David Phinnemore, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen's University Belfast, UK

How does the practice turn play out in international relations? This study offers a concise introduction to the core approaches, issues and methodology of International Practice Theory, examining the design, strategies and technique of practice theoretical research projects interested in global politics, and outlining issues for a future agenda. Contents: 1. Introducing International Practice Theory * 2. Situating Practice Theory in Social Theory and International Relations * 3. Core Approaches in International Practice Theory * 4. Conceptual Challenges of International Practice Theory * 5. Towards Praxiography: Methodology and Research Techniques * 6. After the Practice Turn - In Conclusion

How have countries in the EU that were previously under Communist rule influenced the creation of a European policy towards other Post-Soviet nations? This study explores countries including the Czech Republic and Poland and shows how they have helped develop a coherent policy based reconciling political and historical foreign policy identities. Contents: 1. Introduction: The ‘return to Europe’ and the Rediscovery of the East * PART I: THE ‘RETURN TO EUROPE’ AND THE DEFINITION OF EAST CENTRAL EUROPEAN FOREIGN POLICY ROLES IN THE EASTERN NEIGHBOURHOO * PART II: THE ‘EUROPEANISATION’ OF FOREIGN POLICY BEHAVIOUR OR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE SELF? July 2014 UK July 2014 US 344pp 29 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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The Formation of the BRICS and its Implication for the United States Emerging Together

The Psychology of Power

Mark E. Schaefer, Marietta College, USA, John G. Poffenbarger, Wheeling Jesuit University, USA

Temptation at the Top Jaap van Ginneken, Department of Communications, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands "Jaap van Ginneken is a major voice in political psychology. This book richly documents how leaders are inevitably corrupted by power, proving Lord Acton's saying that 'great men are almost always bad men'. If we need great men for their greatness, we must hence always guard against their darkness."—Dick Pels, former Professor of Sociology & Communications, Brunel University, UK


The author tests the hypothesis that hubris and the Bathsheba syndrome tend to affect all top leaders, by zooming in on the best known and very highest executives of our own day and age, and examines the psychological forces tugging at the top level of political

Contents: Introduction - the Bathsheba Syndrome * 1. Lust or Sexual Obsession * 2. Glutonny or Substance Abuse * 3. Greed or Hidden Corruption * 4. Wrath or Power Abuse * 5. Folly or Mental Disease * 6. Denail of Mortal Illness * 7. Pride or Over-confidence * Conclusion - Gender, Hormones and Risk * Appendix * Footnotes * References * (PM. Index) * Author November 2014 UK November 2014 US 216pp 2 figures, 3 b/w tables Hardback £63.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Schaefer and Poffenbarger assess whether the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) are attempting to balance US power and analyze the United States' responses to the creation of this IGO through a mix of theoretical and policy-focused approaches. Contents: Dedication Page * Table of Contents * List of Graphs and Charts * 1. Introduction: Are these BRICS for Building? * 2. Are the BRICS a Sum of their Parts? * 3. The BRICS in Action, Well Maybe * 4. The Power of Development and the Africa Strategy * 5. Are thes BRICS for Real? The Impact on the United States and the US Response * Appendix: Graphs and Charts * Bibliography

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DIPLOMACY Meeting the Language Challenges of NATO Operations


China and Taiwan in Central America

Policy, Practice and Professionalization

Engaging Foreign Publics in Diplomacy Colin R. Alexander, Nottingham Trent University, UK This is a critical study of the public diplomacy activities of China and Taiwan in Central America. Contents: Preface * 1. Introduction * 2. Chinese and Taiwan Relations with the Underdeveloped World (14,956 Words) * 3. Costa Rica * 4. El Salvador * 5. Guatemala * Conclusion

Ian Jones, Independent Scholar, Belgium, Louise Askew, Independent Scholar and Interpreter, UK After 40 years of Cold War, NATO found itself intervening in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo and Afghanistan, where the ability to communicate with local people was essential to the success of the missions. This book explains how the Alliance responded to this challenge so as to ensure that the missions did not fail through lack of understanding. Contents: Introduction: Translation and Interpretation as the Focus of Language Policy * 1. NATO Linguistic Services 1949-1994 * 2. English as the Working Language * 3. Bosnia-Herzegovina – Identifying the Problems * 4. Bosnia-Herzegovina – Implementing Solutions * 5. Kosovo – Following a Pattern * and more...

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How US Embassies Communicate with Foreign Publics William A. Rugh, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, USA "Ambassador William Rugh, one of the most distinguished American practitioners of the art of public diplomacy, has written a remarkable book. From basic principles through to the subtleties of today's social media this is the essential guide for any public diplomat headed for the field or for any analyst who wishes to understand how this essential element of international relations is practiced. This book will be required reading in diplomatic training classes in the US and one anticipates further afield also." —Nicholas J. Cull, Professor of Public Diplomacy, University of Southern California, USA Front Line Public Diplomacy explains how American diplomats at US embassies abroad communicate with foreign publics to support American national interests, countering misperceptions and hostile portrayals of our country. Contents: Table of Contents * Acknowledgements * Introduction * PART I: THE CONTEXT * 1. Legacy: Philosophy and Legal Basis * 2. Public Diplomacy Personnel as FSOs * PART II: FIELD OFFICE MANAGEMENT * 3. The Public Affairs Officer * 4. Contacts and Personal Networking * PART III: INFORMATION PROGRAMS * 5. Traditional Media * 6. Social Media: Use in Public Diplomacy * 7. Social Media: Factors to Consider * PART IV: CULTURAL AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS * 8. Cultural Programs * 9. Centers, Libraries and Other American Spaces * 10. Educational Exchanges * PART V: PENTAGON COMMUNICATIONS * 11. Defense Department Communications Expansion * 12. Comparing DOD and State’s Communications * Conclusion * 13. Changes and Enduring Principles in PD Practice

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The US Strategic Pivot to Asia and Cross-Strait Relations

Front Line Public Diplomacy

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Economic and Security Dynamics Edited by Peter C. Y. Chow, The City College of New York, USA Providing a coherent and current account of how the U.S. manages to 'pivot to Asia' amid a rising China, this book provides an insightful glimpse into China-US relations, and the complexities of the two nations’ economic and defense issues as China asserts is financial and military might in Asia and beyond. Contents: Foreword; Michael Yuhuda * PART I: THE ROLE OF TAIWAN STRAIT IN THE U.S. STRATEGIC PIVOT TO ASIA * PART II: ECONOMIC-SECURITY NEXUS AND CHINA’S RESPONSES * PART III: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT OF CROSS-STRAIT RELATIONS AMID U.S. PIVOT TO ASIA September 2014 UK September 2014 US 292pp 8 b/w tables, 2 figures, 2 maps Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



West Germany and the Portuguese Dictatorship, 1968–1974 Between Cold War and Colonialism

Edited by Effie G. H. Pedaliu, Fellow, LSE-Ideas and John W. Young, Professor of International History, University of Nottingham

Spanish-Italian Relations and the Influence of the Major Powers, 1943-1957 Pablo Del Hierro Lecea, Maastricht University, Netherlands "Mainly based on new archival evidence, Del Hierro Lecea's volume offers both a stimulating analysis of Italian-Spanish relations and a thoughtful interpretation of those two countries' foreign policies in the early Cold War period."—Professor Antonio Varsori, University of Padova, Italy Spanish-Italian Relations and the Influence of the Major Powers examines complex relations between Spain and Italy, beginning in 1943 and continuing until 1957, contending that the relationship cannot be examined in isolation and must be understood in its broader context.

Rui Lopes, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal West Germany and the Portuguese Dictatorship 1968-1974 examines West Germany's ambiguous policy towards the Portuguese dictatorship of Marcelo Caetano. Lopes sheds new light on the social, economic, military, and diplomatic dimensions of the awkward relationship between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Caetano regime. Contents: Introduction * 1. The International Front: An ‘Insult to Africa’ and Other Offences * 2. The Domestic Front: Facing the ‘Tribunal’ * 3. The Economic Front: From Außenwirtschaft to Außenpolitik * 4. The Military Front: The Price of ‘Germanic Greatness’ * 5. The Diplomatic Front: Trapped by the ‘Typical Dilemma’ * 6. The Parallel Front: Either Weapons or Coffins October 2014 UK October 2014 US 288pp Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Contents: Introduction * 1. A Question of Pragmatism. SpanishItalian Relations after the Collapse of the Mussolini Regime, 1943-1945 *2. Allies in the Post-War Era? Spanish-Italian Relations and the Major Powers, 1943-1947 * 3. The Attempts to Normalize Diplomatic Relations Between the Two Countries * 4. 1949: A Year of Important Approaches * and more... December 2014 UK December 2014 US 312pp 8 b/w tables Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The British Government and the Falkland Islands, 1974-79 Aaron Donaghy, University College Dublin, Ireland "Aaron Donaghy merits congratulation for a wellresearched and cogently argued analysis of the handling of the Falklands issue by the 1974–79 Labour government. Noting that the pre-1982 first volume of The Official History of the Falklands Campaign by Sir Lawrence Freedman is considerably shorter than its sequel, on the conflict itself, Donaghy challenges several areas of omission and contests other interpretations." - The Round Table, 2014

fate of its Tory successors.

Drawing on recently declassified government files, private papers and interviews, this book argues that through a combination of preventative diplomacy and robust defence planning, the Labour government of 1974-79 succeeded in maintaining peace, avoiding the

Contents: Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Maps * Introduction * 1. ‘Leave This Poisoned Chalice Alone’ * 2. The Lowest Common Multiple * 3. A Sensational Hostage * 4. Islands Surrounded by Advice * 5. The Mixed Approach * 6. Absentee Landlords * 7. Defence of the Realm * 8. ‘No Talks, Just Football’ * Conclusion * Notes * Bibliography * Index September 2014 UK September 2014 US 288pp 1 map Hardback £65.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present Edited by Rebekah Ahrendt, Yale University, USA, Mark Ferraguto, Pennsylvania State University, USA, Damien Mahiet, Cornell University, USA "Music, often billed as the 'universal language,' has long played a part on the international political stage. This book explores exactly what diplomatic channels have availed themselves of music, from seventeenthcentury Italy to the post-Soviet world we inhabit. The three editors have assembled an impressive group of international scholars for this exciting transdisciplinary project." —Alexander Rehding, Fanny Peabody Professor of Music, Harvard University, USA How does music shape the exercise of diplomacy, the pursuit of power, and the conduct of international relations? Drawing together international scholars with backgrounds in musicology, ethnomusicology, political science, cultural history, and communication, this volume interweaves historical, theoretical, and practical perspectives. Contents: Introduction; Damien Mahiet, Mark Ferraguto, and Rebekah Ahrendt * PART I: REPRESENTATION * 1. Concealed Music in Early Modern Diplomatic Ceremonial; Arne Spohr * 2. Serenatas in the Service of Diplomacy in Baroque Venice; Giulia Giovani * 3. The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and the Wages of Diplomatic Service; Jonathan Yaeger * 4. Conflicting Dreams of Global Harmony in US-PRC Silk Road Diplomacy; Harm Langenkamp * PART II: MEDIATION * 5. Constructing Universality in Early Modern French Treatises on Music and Dance; Ellen R. Welch * 6. Perpetual Peace and the Idea of “Concert” in Eighteenth-Century Thought; Frédéric Ramel * 7. “Jazz—Made in Germany” and the Transatlantic Beginnings of Jazz Diplomacy; Mario Dunkel * 8. Music from the Embassy to the Underground in a Post-Soviet Belarus; M. Paula Survilla * and more... December 2014 UK December 2014 US 304pp 15 b/w illustrations Hardback £60.00 / $95.00 / CN$110.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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DIPLOMACY STUDIES IN DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SERIES Edited by Paul Sharp, University of Minnesota, USA and Donna Lee, University of Kent, UK

Fringe Players and the Diplomatic Order The 'New' Heteronomy Jozef Bátora, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia, Nik Hynek, Institute of International Relations Prague, Czech Republic "This study of the nature and dynamics of the modern diplomatic order makes several surprising and interesting moves. Analytically by combining such strange bed-fellows as organization theory, oriented institutionalism and Eisenstadt's research program on comparative liminality, and empirically by focusing on three fringe players, a newcomer (the European Union) and two old enities (the Holy See and the Sovereign Military Order of Malta). The result [provides] new insights into diplomacy as an institutionalized, composite order, the interdependence between continuity and change, as well as the role of institutions in political life."—Johan P. Olsen, University of Oslo, Norway This book analyzes how three fringe players of the modern diplomatic order - the Holy See, the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and the EU – have been accommodated within that order, revealing that the modern diplomatic order is less state-centric than conventionally assumed and is instead better conceived of as a heteronomy. Contents: Introduction * 1. Social Scientific Conceptualizations of Diplomacy * 2. Diplomacy as an Institution Embedded in Environments, Structures and Practices * 3. Studying Liminality and Fringe Players in the Modern Diplomatic Order * 4. The Holy See: Global Borderless Sovereignty and Double-Hatted Diplomats * 5. The Sovereign Military Order of Malta: Extraordinary Resilience Meets the Chance * 6. The European Union: Bending the Rules to Fit In * 7. Conclusion Liminality, Co-Existing Diplomatic Orders and the ‘New’ Diplomatic Heteronomy July 2014 UK July 2014 US 224pp 4 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Middle Powers in World Trade Diplomacy India, South Africa and the Doha Development Agenda Charalampos Efstathopoulos, Aberystwyth University, UK "This important book provides a much-needed comparative analysis of the roles of two key developing countries—India and South Africa—in these often contentious deliberations. The author's detailed analysis gives an excellent overview and analytical appraisal of how New Delhi and Pretoria adopted various positions during the Doha process and why. As the BRICS become ever more important in global affairs, Charalampos Efstathopoulos' book is a major contribution in the current debates about the role of Southern powers in global governance and how this is likely to play out in the future." — Ian Taylor, University of St. Andrews, UK Examining how leading developing countries are increasingly shaping international economic negotiations, this book uses the case studies of India and South Africa to demonstrate the ability of states to exert diplomatic influence through different bargaining strategies and represent the interests of the developing world in global governance. Contents: Introduction 1. Middle Power Diplomacy in International Relations * 2. The Doha Development Agenda, 2000-1 * 3. The Middle Power Offensive, 2002-3 * 4. A New Leadership, 2004-5 * 5. The Informal Process and Crisis-management, 2006-13 * 6. Southern Middle Powers in Comparative Perspective January 2015 UK January 2015 US 232pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


France, Britain and the United States in the Twentieth Century 1900 – 1940 A Reappraisal Andrew Williams, University of St Andrews, UK "A very original piece of research about three crocodiles living in the same swamp, where friendship, distrust and rivalry are a daily routine. This fascinating story is recounted by Andrew Williams who combines his talents of historian, political scientist and IR scholar to good effect."— Bertrand Badie, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), France Why is France so often relegated to the background in studies of international relations? This book seeks to redress this balance, exploring the relationship between the United States, United Kingdom and France, and its wider impact on the theory and practice of international relations. Contents: Introduction - The Approach Taken: Why Britain, France and the United States? * 1. The Anglo-Saxons and the French: The build-up to the First World War * 2. The Allies During the First World War and Paris Peace Conference * 3. Difficult Relations in the 1920s – of Reparations, Debts and ‘Rumo(u)rs of War’ * 4. France, Britain and the United States in the 1930s until the Fall of France * 5. Conclusion: Britain, France and the United States in 1940 July 2014 UK July 2014 US 272pp Hardback £65.00 / $85.00 / CN$98.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available




European Union Delegations in EU Foreign Policy A Diplomatic Service of Different Speeds Frauke Austermann, ESSCA School of Management, Lunam University, Shanghai Campus, France "This perceptive analysis is indispensable reading for anyone interested in the emerging diplomatic system of the European Union". - Sophie Vanhoonacker, Chair in Administrative Governance, Maastricht University, The Netherlands This first comprehensive study of the EU’s diplomatic representation in the world, the EEAS, this book seeks to understand why it has failed to formulate a centralised policy towards external states. It also analyses why the EEAS has more success in centralising diplomatic structures in developing countries than with some economic partners. Contents: 1. Introduction: European Diplomacy after Lisbon – Different Speeds Instead of One Voice * 2. Centralization of European Diplomacy in Theory * 3. Diplomatic Representation of the EU over Time * 4. Analyzing the Patterns of European Diplomacy Centralization * 5. Measuring European Diplomacy Centralization * 6. Political Giant, Economic Power, Normative Dwarf: European Diplomacy Centralization across the Globe * 7. Conclusion: A Diplomatic Service of Different Speeds

The European Union in International Affairs September 2014 UK September 2014 US 248pp 10 figures, 48 b/w tables Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Roosevelt, Churchill, and the Baltic Question Allied Relations during the Second World War Kaarel Piirimäe, University of Tartu, Estonia "An innovative and important study that opens up a neglected corner of wartime Europe. Kaarel Piirimäe has mined the archives to throw fresh light on relations between the Big Three allies and on the slide from World War to Cold War." – David Reynolds, Chair of the Faculty of History and Professor of International History, University of Cambridge, UK In 1940, the USSR occupied and annexed Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, leading to calls by many that the Soviets had violated international law. This book examines British, US, and Soviet policies toward the Baltic states, placing the true significance of the Baltic question in its proper geopolitical context. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Soviet Annexation and the Estonian Diplomats in Exile, 1940 2. British Perceptions and Reactions, 1939–1940 3. The Non-Recognition Policy of the United States, 1940 4. The ‘Fighting Alliance’, the Atlantic Charter and the Baltic Question, 1941 5. The British–Soviet Treaty, 1942 6. Post-War Planning, the Question of Self-Determination and Small States 7. The ‘Big Russian International Game’ and the Allied Conferences in Moscow and Teheran, 1943 8. United to the End: the Road to the Yalta Summit, 1944–1945 9. The Drift into the Cold War and the Freezing of the Baltic Question Conclusion and Epilogue Bibliography

The World of the Roosevelts September 2014 UK September 2014 US 276pp 11 b/w illustrations Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Battles to Bridges The EU, ASEAN and Interregionalism Regionalism Support and Norm Diffusion between the EU and ASEAN Laura Allison, Public Policy and Global Affairs Programme, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore "This fascinating book looks at actorness of the EU from a novel norm diffusion perspective. Its originality lies in the combination of a focus on the EU as norm diffuser and a focus on ASEAN as a norm recipient. Laura Allison clearly demonstrates that actorness lies in the eye of the beholder and therefore ASEAN actually contributes to shaping the EU's actorness. [This] book also has clear policy implications as it shows the need for a more symmetrical relationship between the EU and ASEAN." – Luk Van Langenhove, United Nations University, Bruges, Belgium Using a framework of norm diffusion to determine the EU’s international actorness in the context of its relations with ASEAN, this book provides a timely and in-depth analysis of EU-ASEAN relations. By investigating three aspects of regionalism support by the EU it presents a comprehensive account of norm diffusion between the EU and ASEAN. Contents: 1. Ambitions of Actorness 2. Seeking to Reconceptualise the EU as a ‘Power’ * 3. Drivers of Interregionalism: EU-ASEAN Engagement * 4. The EU, ASEAN and Economic Integration * 5. The EU, ASEAN and Institutionalisation * 6. The EU, ASEAN and Political Norms * 7. The Implications of Regionalism Support and Norm Diffusion on EU Actorness

The European Union in International Affairs February 2015 UK February 2015 US 272pp 14 graphs, 1 b/w table Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

US Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy after 9/11


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R. S Zaharna, American University, USA "Battles to Bridges is an interesting, thorough, and accessible piece of scholarship. It is well written, and for academics in fields related to international relations, mass communication and politics it is well worth a read."— War, Media & Conflict This paperback tackles the pressing need to expand the vision of strategic US public diplomacy. It explores the interplay of power politics, culture, identity, and communication and explains how the underlying communication and political dynamics have redefined what ‘strategic communication’ means in today’s international arena. Contents: Foreword to Paperback Edition; Nicholas Cull * Author Preface to the Paperback Edition; R.S Zaharna PART I: CRISIS PUBLIC DIPLOMACY * 1. America’s Communication Problem * 2. Battle for Hearts and Minds * 3. Search for Answers * PART II: CHANGING DYNAMICS * 4. Changing Dynamics and Strategic Vision * 5. Soft Power Differential * 6. Communication, Culture and Identity in Public Diplomacy * PART III: EXPANDING THE VISION OF STRATEGIC US PUBLIC DIPLOMACY * 7. Strategy and Tactics: Conceptual Frameworks * 8. Grand Strategy: From Battles to Bridges August 2014 UK August 2014 US 256pp 10 b/w illustrations, 1 b/w table Paperback £24.99 / $35.00 / CN$40.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



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Corporate Security in the 21st Century Theory and Practice in International Perspective Edited by Kevin Walby, University of Winnipeg, Canada, Randy Lippert, University of Windsor, Canada "Kevin Walby and Randy Lippert take a leap forward by broadening the scope of research to corporate security, i.e. different forms of regulatory and investigatory units within organizations like airports, harbors, banks and insurance companies. A must read for everybody interested in security work straddling the public-private divide." — Ronald van Steden, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands This interdisciplinary collection places corporate security in a theoretical and international context. Arguing that corporate security is becoming the primary form of security in the twenty-first century, it explores a range of issues including regulation, accountability, militarization, strategies of securitization and practitioner techniques. Contents: Foreword; Mark Button * PART I: MAKING SENSE OF CORPORATE SECURITY: HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES * PART II: EMPIRICAL CASE STUDIES OF CORPORATE SECURITY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE * PART III: CORPORATE SECURITY: CHALLENGES AND DILEMMAS IN THE FIELD

Crime Prevention and Security Management June 2014 UK June 2014 US 304pp 14 b/w illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Changing Security Dynamics in East Asia A Post-US Regional Order in the Making? Edited by Elena Atanassova-Cornelis, University of Antwerp & Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, Frans-Paul van der Putten, Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, The Netherlands "This important volume offers an excellent range of views and arguments on the most important strategic question in Asia, and perhaps globally, today. The chapters combine scholarly rigour with a robust sense of political and policy realities. It will quickly win a key place in the literature on Asian strategic affairs."— Hugh White, Australian National University, Australia This original and detailed collection explores how regional actors deal with uncertainties that are inherent to the current geopolitical situation in East Asia. The contributors collectively demonstrate that strategic uncertainty has become a major factor in the shaping of the security order in East Asia. Contents: PART I: EVOLVING REGIONAL SECURITY ORDER IN EAST ASIA - KEY PERSPECTIVES * PART II: EAST ASIAN RESPONSES TO STRATEGIC UNCERTAINTY * PART III: ALTERNATIVE MODELS OF REGIONAL SECURITY ORDER

Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific November 2014 UK November 2014 US 248pp 4 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Edited by Stuart Croft, University of Warwick, UK

New Approaches to Countering Terrorism Designing and Evaluating Counter Radicalization and DeRadicalization Programs Hamed El-Said, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Hamed El-Said investigates Counter-de-Rad programmes in Muslim majority and Muslim minority states. This multifaceted book provides a new approach to evaluate Counter-de-Rad Programmes and develops a holistic framework which will allow policy-makers and practitioners to design and effectively implement and assess such programmes in the future. Contents: 1. Introduction *2. Counter De-Rad: Setting the Framework * 3. Radicalization in a Western Context: The Case of Australia * 4. Counter Radicalization and Deradicalization in a Western Context: The Case of Australia * 5. Mauritania: From Toleration to Violent Islam * 6. Singapore: Crisis of Identity, Shared Values and Religious Rehabilitation * 7. Sudan: Deradicalization and Counter Radicalization in a Radicalizing Environment * 8. From Militarization to Democratization: The Transformation of Turkey’s Counter Terrorism Strategy * 9. Conclusion and Some Remarks January 2015 UK January 2015 US 304pp 4 graphs, 2 b/w tables Hardback £75.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Paperback £24.99 / $40.00 / CN$46.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Climate Terror A Critical Geopolitics of Climate Change Timothy Doyle, Keele University, UK, Sanjay Chaturvedi, Panjab University, India Climate Terror engages with a highly differentiated geographical politics of global warming. It explores how fear-inducing climate change discourses could result in new forms of dependencies, domination and militarised 'climate security'. Contents: 1. A Critical Geopolitics of ‘Climate Fear/Terror’: Roots, Routes and Rhetoric * 2. Climate ‘Science’: Categories, Cultures and Contestations * 3. Terrorizing Climate Territories and Marginalized Geographies of the Post-Political * 4. The Violence of Climate ‘Markets’: Insuring ‘Our Way of Living’ * 5. ‘Climate Borders’ in the Anthropocene: Securitising Displacements, Migration and Refugees * 6. Climate Security and Militarization: Geo-Economics and Geo-Securities of Climate Change * 7. Climate Justice: An Attempt at an Emancipatory Politics of Climate Change * 8. Making ‘Climate Futures’: Power, Knowledge and Technologies May 2015 UK May 2015 US 256pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Paperback £24.99 / $39.00 / CN$44.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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SECURITY STUDIES Public Opinion, Transatlantic Relations and the Use of Force

Security and the Turkey-EU Accession Process Norms, Reforms and the Cyprus Issue Natalie Martin, Loughborough University, UK

Philip Everts, Leiden University, The Netherlands, Pierangelo Isernia, University of Siena, Italy

This study examines the history and politics of Turkey-EU relations since 1959, exploring the complex interaction of geostrategic and normative concerns which have resulted in the current lack of accession progress and Turkey's slide to authoritarianism.

This book explores the intersection of the study of transatlantic relationships and the study of public support for the use of force in foreign policy. It contributes to two important debates: one about the nature of transatlantic partnership, and another about the determinants of support for the use of military force in a comparative perspective. Contents: PART I: THE TRANSATLANTIC ORDER, PUBLIC OPINION AND THE USE OF MILITARY FORCE * 1. Introduction *2. Theoretical Issues and Empirical Problems * PART II: BELIEFS, SITUATIONS AND TIME IN WAR * 3. Partners Apart? The Foreign Policy Beliefs of the American and European Publics * 4. The Nature and Structure of the Transatlantic Divide * 5. Explaining the Evolution of Attitudes on War: Afghanistan, Iraq and Kosovo * 6. The Determinants of Support for the Use of Force * PART III: THE FUTURE OF THE TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONSHIP * 7. Conclusions: An Agenda for Future Crises February 2015 UK February 2015 US 272pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Contents: 1. The Cold War Effect 2. The Kosovo Effect 3. The Helsinki Effect 4. The UK Effect 5. The Cyprus Effect 6. The Arab Spring Effect 7. The Erdoğan Effect

April 2015 UK April 2015 US 288pp Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Security in Translation Strategic Cultural Change and the Challenge for Security Policy

Securitization Theory and the Localization of Threat Holger Stritzel, University of St Andrews, UK Security in Translation proposes an innovative way to capture the evolution, spread and local transformation of threat images in world affairs. Reworking traditional securitization theory, this book develops a coherent new framework for analysis that makes securitization theory applicable to empirical studies.

Germany and the Bundeswehr's Deployment to Afghanistan Carolin Hilpert, IABG, Department of Defence & Security, Germany For more than a decade, international troops have been deployed to Afghanistan. Out of all NATO members, this mission was the most difficult for Germany that had thus far never engaged in combat and offensive military activities. This book analyses how Germany's experiences in Afghanistan have changed the country's strategic culture. Contents: Introduction * 1. On the Cultural Foundations of Warfare * 2. Setting the Scene: The US War on Terrorism * 3. Alliance Solidarity after 9-11 * 4. Escalation in Afghanistan * 5. The Stabilization Narrative Explodes * 6. German Ways of Counterinsurgency * 7. Afghanistan’s Legacy? * Conclusion May 2014 UK May 2014 US 280pp 6 figures, 1 b/w table Hardback £65.00 / $115.00 / CN$132.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Contents: PART I: THEORY * 1. Securitization Theory and the Copenhagen School * 2. A Securitization Theory Post-Copenhagen * 3. Securitization as Translation * PART II: CASE STUDIES * 4. Aspects of the Organized Crime Imagery * 5. The Securitization of Organised Crime in the USA * 6. The Translation of Organized Crime into Organisierte Kriminalität * 7. The Securitization of Rogue States Image in the USA * 8. The (Failed) Translation of Rogue States into Schurkenstaaten * PART III: IMPLICATIONS *

August 2014 UK August 2014 US 240pp 1 figure, 6 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Countering Global Terrorism and Insurgency Calculating the Risk of State Failure in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq Natasha Underhill, Nottingham Trent University, UK This book explores current debates around religious extremism as a means to understand and re-think the connections between terrorism, insurgency and state failure. Using case studies of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq, she develops a better understanding of the underlying causes and conditions necessary for terrorism and insurgency to occur. Contents: 1. Understanding Terrorism, Insurgency and State Failure * 2. Assessing the Connections Between State Failure, Terrorism and Insurgency * 3. Afghanistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 1 * 4. Afghanistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 2 * 5. Pakistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 1 * 6. Pakistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 2 * 7. Iraq: Pakistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 1 * 8. Iraq: Pakistan: State Failure and Insurgency in Context Part 2 * 9. Conclusion November 2014 UK November 2014 US 264pp 12 b/w tables, 3 graphs Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Governing the Use-of-Force in International Relations The Post 9/11 US Challenge on International Law Aiden Warren, RMIT University, Australia, Ingvild Bode, United Nations University, Japan "This well-written volume is a timely reminder that the attitude of the greatest military power on earth towards the legal regime on the use of force remains as relevant today as it has ever been. Highly recommended for all those seeking to understand how hegemonic powers conduct their foreign relations as well as for those wanting to keeping abreast of ongoing contestation surrounding the interpretation of the Charter provisions on use-offorce."—Shirley Scott, University of New South Wales, Australia This book examines US recourse to military force in the post-9/11 era. In particular, it evaluates the extent to which the Bush and Obama administrations viewed legitimizing the greater useof-force as a necessary solution to thwart the security threat presented by global terrorist networks and WMD proliferation. Contents: Introduction * 1. The International Legal Paradigm: The UN Charter jus ad bellum Regime * 2. Self-Defence in International Law: Pre-emptive/Preventive Requisites * 3. Preventive and Pre-emptive Self-Defence in US National Security Policy: A Brief History * 4. Bush and the Use-of-Force * 5. Obama and the Use-of-Force * 6. The Rise of Drones * Conclusion – The Use-ofForce and the Making of Hegemonic International Law: from Bush to Obama September 2014 UK September 2014 US 248pp 5 tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



PALGRAVE STUDIES IN EUROPEAN UNION POLITICS SERIES Edited by Michelle Egan, Neill Nugent and William E. Paterson

The European Union in Global Security The Politics of Impact

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Roy H. Ginsberg, Skidmore College, USA, Susan E. Penksa, Department of Political Science, Westmont College, USA "The authors' template for assessing the impact of crisis management operations should be considered by policy-makers and practitioners who seek to understand - and improve - the impact of civilian and military missions." —Jamie Shea, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General 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: 1. Review of the Literature * 2. CSDP in Context * 3. The Internal Politics of CSDP Missions * 4. The External Effects of CSDP Missions * 5. Impact on International Security Providers * 6. CSDP in the EU Foreign Policy System and Beyond 7. Postscript: 2012- 2014 September 2014 UK September 2014 US 334pp Paperback £23.99 / $38.00 / CN$42.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

European Union Policy Towards The Arab-Israeli Peace Process


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The Quicksands of Politics Costanza Musu, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa, Canada "The most updated historical background and an original, stimulating and variable analysis of the EU's policy towards the Arab-Israeli conflict available today. This makes the book obligatory reading for academics, graduates and policy makers researching and dealing with the Union's foreign policy, in general, and Euro-Middle Eastern relations, in particular."— European Foreign Affairs Review What are the achievements, the limits and the failures of the EU’s involvement in the Arab-Israeli conflict? This book sets out to answer this question by analysing the development of European policy towards the conflict over the last fifty years. Contents: Introduction * European Political Cooperation and the Middle East Conflict * The EU and the Middle East Peace Process: From Hope to Despair * The EU Strategy for the Middle East Peace Process in the 9/11 Era * European Foreign Policy and the Arab-Israeli Peace Process * The Instruments of European Foreign Policy and their Use in the Case of the Arab-Israeli Peace Process * Transatlantic Relations and the Middle East * Conclusion March 2015 UK March 2015 US 296pp Paperback £23.99 / $38.00 / CN$43.50 Canadian Rights


SECURITY STUDIES Social Policies and Ethnic Conflict in China

Institutional and Policy Change in the European Parliament

Lessons from Xinjiang

Deciding on Freedom, Security and Justice Ariadna Ripoll Servent, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg "By linking a very significant new political actor with empirical investigations in three distinct case studies, [this] book makes a substantial contribution to our understanding of both the institutional framework and the legislative output of the EU. It is highly recommended for anyone interested in European security governance or European studies more generally."– Christian Kaunert, Professor of International Politics, University of Dundee, Scotland In an EU increasingly worried about the security of its citizens and its territory, how should the European Parliament make policy decisions in these areas? This study investigates how the empowerment of the European Parliament has led it to abandon its defence of civil liberties in order to become a full partner in inter-institutional negotiations Contents: Introduction * PART I * 1. The European Parliament: From ‘talking-shop’ to Co-decider * 2. Patterns of Behaviour: Consultation, Co-decision, and Consent * 3. Why do Positions Shift? Models of Change Under Co-decision * PART II * 4. Deciding on Liberty and Security in the European Union * 5. The Data Retention Directive: Success at any Price * 6. The Returns Directive: Normalising Change * 7. The SWIFT Agreement: Retaliation or Capitulation? * 8. The Receptions Directive: Internalising Change * 9. Conclusions: Conditions and Drivers for Policy Change February 2015 UK February 2015 US 232pp 16 b/w tables, 14 figures Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Shaoying Zhang, Yunnan Normal University, China, Derek McGhee, University of Southampton, UK "Shaoying Zhang and Derek McGhee should be commended for providing an innovative and rigorous analysis of the relationship between state policy and ethnic conflict in Xinjiang. In particular, their focus on the ways in which officials in Xinjiang selectively interpret and implement central government policy illuminates the importance of factoring in local agents of state power in analyses of contemporary Chinese governance."— Dr Michael Clarke, Griffith Asia Institute, Queensland, Australia This study addresses how China's policy response to problems in Xinjiang is interpreted and implemented by officials, who are both governing agents and governed subjects by interviewing Chinese officials working in both Central government and Local governments. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The Partner Assistant Programme: the Examination of Policies and Unintended Consequences * 3. Fieldwork in China * 4. The Configuration of Xinjiang’s Problems * 5. Multi-Layered ‘Unification’: The Examination of Government Practices in PAP * 6. Infrastructures of the Communist Party in Discourse Making and Resistances of Han Officials in Governing Uygur People * 7. Discussion * 8. Conclusion

Politics and Development of Contemporary China October 2014 UK October 2014 US 224pp 2 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security Edited by Gina Heathcote, University of London, UK, Dianne Otto, Melbourne Law School, Australia This book examines how the Security Council has approached issues of gender equality since 2000. Written by academics, activists and practitioners the book challenges the reader to consider how women's participation, gender equality, sexual violence and the prevalence of economic disadvantages might be addressed in post-conflict communities. Contents: Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security: An Introduction; Dianne Otto and Gina Heathcote * PART I: SHAME * 1. The Grip of Sexual Violence: Reading UN Security Council Resolutions on Human Security; Karen Engle * 2. Participation, Gender and Security; Gina Heathcote * 3. Shaming the State: Sexual Offences by UN Military Peacekeepers and the Rhetoric of Zero Tolerance; Róisín Burke * PART II: HOPE * 4. The Road to (and from) ‘Recovery’: A Multidisciplinary Feminist Approach to Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding; Laura J. Shepherd * 5. Thinking Globally and Acting Locally: Linking Women, Peace and Security in the Pacific; Sharon Bhagwan Rolls * 6. Gender and Transnational Police Reform: Lessons from the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands; Stephanie Cousins * PART III: DANGER * and more...

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SECURITY STUDIES The Unlawful Society

British Foreign Policy and the National Interest

Global Crime and Security in a Complex World

Identity, Strategy and Security

Paul Battersby, RMIT University, Australia "Battersby's masterful treatment of 'unlawfulness' in various cultural contexts manages to unravel the complexity of global crime and related dynamics. Clear, accessible, and erudite, this study provides much needed insights into the dark side of globalization." —Manfred B. Steger, Professor of Political Science and Global Studies, University of Hawai'i-Manoa and RMIT University, Australia


Exploring the dynamics of law-making in a world where the pace of technological change is outstripping our capacity to capture new forms of transnational crime, this book uses the innovative concept of unlawfulness to examine the crimes of the global overworld, forming a unique analysis of global order in the twenty-first

Contents: Introduction * 1. Criminal Measures: Counting the Costs of Transnational Crime * 2. Converging in the Shadows: Complex Security, Complex Crime * 3. The Globalization of State Crime * 4. ‘Good Corp, Bad Corp’: Market Crimes and Systemic Insecurity * 5. Invidious Choices: Humanitarianism on the Edge * 6. Amorality, Complexity and Cosmopolitan Code

Transnational Crime, Crime Control and Security August 2014 UK August 2014 US 308pp 4 b/w illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Edited by Timothy Edmunds, University of Bristol, UK, Jamie Gaskarth, Plymouth University, UK, Robin Porter, University of Bristol, UK Whose interests does British foreign policy serve? Is the national interest a useful explanatory tool for foreign policy analysts? This interdisciplinary collection responds to these questions exploring ideas of Britain's national interest and their impact on strategy, challenging current thinking and practice in the making of foreign policy. Contents: 1. Introduction; Jamie Gaskarth, Robin Porter, and Tim Edmunds * PART I: BRITAIN IN THE WORLD * 2. The Uncertain Merger of Values and Interests in UK Foreign Policy; Jonathan Gilmore * 3. The National Interest and Britain’s Role in the World; Jamie Gaskarth * 4. National Interest and the Falklands War; Helen Parr * PART II: WHOSE NATIONAL INTEREST? * 5. A Citizen’s View of ‘national interest’; Nick Ritchie * 6. Critical Perspectives on the Concept of the ‘National Interest’: American Imperialism, British Foreign Policy and the Middle East; David Wearing * 7. Why America?; Robin Porter *and more... November 2014 UK November 2014 US 288pp 9 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Online Offending Behaviour and Child Victimisation New Findings and Policy

The United Nations and Terrorism Germany, Multilateralism, and Antiterrorism Efforts in the 1970s

Stephen Webster, National Centre for Social Research, UK, Julia Davidson, Middlesex University, UK, Antonia Bifulco, Middlesex University, UK "A tour de force and a tour d'horizon. Davidson, Webster and Bifulco have long established themselves as Europe's leading researchers in the field of online child sex abuse and this book is further evidence showing why that title is so richly deserved." —John Carr OBE, Senior Expert Adviser to the United Nations (International Telecommunication Union)

Bernhard Blumenau, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland This is a study that examines United Nations' efforts against terrorism in the 1970s and how West Germany came to influence and lead them. It is also an account of several hostage and hijacking crises as well as a look at German domestic terrorism. Contents: Introduction * 1. Domestic Terrorism in Germany in the 1970s * 2. Case Studies in International Terrorism: Hostage Crises and Hijackings * 3. The Ad Hoc Committee on International Terrorism, the Diplomats Convention, and Other Early UN Efforts against Terrorism * 4. The UN Hostages Convention: Drafting and Launch * 5.The UN Hostages Convention: Negotiations and Adoption * Conclusion: Germany and UN Antiterrorism Efforts in the 1970s and Beyond September 2014 UK September 2014 US 312pp Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


victimisation of children.

Exploring a range of issues including the role of social media and the behaviour and psychopathology of online offenders, this pioneering text provides a comprehensive overview of the established themes and emergent debates relating to the online sexual abuse and

Contents: Editor’s Preface * 1. The Context of Online Abuse: Policy and Legislation; Julia Davidson and Petter Gottschalk * 2. Theoretical Context of Online Child Sexual Abuse; Julia Davidson and Stephen Webster * 3. The European Online Grooming Project Study Design; Stephen Webster * 4. Understanding Online Grooming - Findings from the EOGP Study; Stephen Webster, Julia Davidson and Petter Gottschalk 5. Psychopathology of Online Grooming; Vincenzo Caretti, Adriano Schimmenti and Antonia Bifulco * 6. Social Media and Young People; Julie Grove Hills, Antonia Bifulco and Thierry Pham * 7. Young Victims Online; Antonia Bifulco and Thierry Pham * 8. Implications and Conclusion; Antonia Bifulco, Julia Davidson and Stephen Webster December 2014 UK December 2014 US 224pp 15 b/w tables, 5 figures Hardback £60.00 / $95.00 / CN$110.00 Paperback £26.99 / $40.00 / CN$46.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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SECURITY STUDIES Palgrave Dictionary of Public Order Policing, Protest and Political Violence Peter Joyce, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, Neil Wain, University of Cambridge, UK "This is a very timely book indeed, a novel approach giving the reader both a clear summary of different subjects and events and a guide to further reading: timely because not for many decades have issues in relation to public order been so divisive." —Ian, Lord Blair of Boughton, Commissioner, Metropolitan Police, 2005-8 Protest and political violence are concerns of global importance in the twenty-first century. This dictionary brings together in one comprehensive volume a number of key issues relating to the conduct of protest and political violence and the response of the state and police to such activities. Contents: About the Editors * List of Entries * Editors’ Introduction * Palgrave Dictionary of Public Order Policing, Protest and Political Violence * Index October 2014 UK October 2014 US 384pp Hardback £100.00 / $160.00 / CN$184.00 Paperback £28.99 / $46.00 / CN$53.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Women, War and Sexual Violence Sabine Hirschauer, University of the Free State, South Africa "The Securitization of Rape is a powerful, well-written, and well-researched exploration of the history, legal status, and theorization of wartime rape. What makes the book a singular contribution, though, is the combined empirical depth and theoretical sophistication. After several decades of conversation about rape as a weapon of war, Hirschauer's use of securitization theory is both a fresh take and a smart approach. It makes the book a must-read for students and scholars." —Laura Sjoberg, University of Florida, USA This book uniquely applies securitization theory to the mass sexual violence atrocities committed during the Bosnia war and the Rwandan genocide. Examining the inherent links between rape, war and global security, Hirschauer analyses the complexities of conflict related sexual violence. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Securitization Theory - A Matter of Words * 3. Rape – A Matter of History * 4. Securitization of Rape – The Application: Case Study I, Bosnia * 5. Securitization of Rape – The Application: Case Study II, Rwanda * 6. Conclusion: Rape - A Matter of Humanity December 2014 UK December 2014 US 272pp 2 b/w illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

The Handbook of Security


Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea

2nd edition Edited by Martin Gill, Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, UK "Martin Gill has fully updated and expanded his hugely successful Handbook of Security. This new edition brings together first-rate scholars to cover the history and nature of security, the nature of different offences and security practices in different sectors, as well as issues of management and regulation. A musthave for anyone working in this field." —Tim Newburn, London School of Economics, UK


The Securitization of Rape

The substantially revised second edition of the Handbook of Security provides the most comprehensive analysis of scholarly security debates and issues to date. Including contributions from some of the world's leading scholars it critiques the way security is provided and



Navigating Rough Waters Edited by Jing Huang, University of Singapore, Singapore, Andrew Billo, Asia Society, USA Heightened tensions in the South China Sea have raised serious concerns about the dangers of conflict in this region as a result of unresolved, complex territorial disputes. This volume offers detailed insights into a range of country-perspectives, addressing the historical, legal, structural, regional and multilateral dimensions of these disputes. Contents: 1. Introduction: Unknotting Tangled Lines in the South China Sea Dispute; Jing Huang and Sharinee Jagtiani * PART I: ORIGINS * 2. Origins of the South China Sea Disputes; Nguyen Thi Lan Anh * PART II: LEGAL DIMENSIONS * 3. “Setting Aside Disputes and pursuing Joint Development’ at Crossroads in South China Sea; Zhang Xinjun * 4. The Philippines v. China Case and the South China Sea Disputes; Robert Beckman * PART III: THE ROLE OF ASEAN: CHALLENGES AND CHOICES * 5. ASEAN’s Position on the South China Sea and Implications for Regional Peace and Security; Heng Yee Kuang * 6. A Critical Assessment of ASEAN’s Diplomacy Regarding the South China Sea; Walter Lohman * PART IV: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES * 7. Taiwan in the South China Sea Disputes: Policies and Prospects; Katherine Tseng * 8. Philippines Approaches to the South China Sea Disputes: International arbitration and the challenges of a rule-based regime; Angelo A. Jimenez * PART V * 9. The United States, China, and Cooperation in the South China Sea; Patrick Cronin * 10. The South China Sea Disputes: Whither A Solution?; Yang Fang * Conclusion * Harmony from Disunity: Core Issues and Opportunities in the South China Sea; Andrew Billo December 2014 UK December 2014 US 232pp 3 maps Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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SECURITY STUDIES Australia and the Bomb

Political Geographies of Piracy

Christine M. Leah, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA "Why did Australia pursue nuclear weapons, then give up the chase? And what lessons can we learn from this little known story to better understand current nuclear dynamics, particularly in East Asia? Exploiting a variety of declassified documents, Leah provides compelling answers to these important questions. Australia and the Bomb should become the standard work on the how and why of Australia's nuclear decision-making and why it matters today."—Francis J. Gavin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA This book is a historical and strategic analysis of the nuclear dimension of the US alliance with Australia, Australia’s relationship with nuclear weapons, nuclear strategy, and US extended nuclear deterrence. Contents: 1. Introduction: Australia and Nuclear Strategy * 2. Almost Oblivious to END, 1945-1957 * 3. An Emerging Appreciation of END, 1957-1968 * 4. ‘Acceptance’ of U.S. END, 1968-1973 * 5. ‘Reliance’ on U.S. END, 1973-1990 * 6. After the Cold War: END Thinking Remains Unchanged, 1990-Present * 7. Conclusions: Conceptual Themes * 8. Strategic and Policy Implications for the Future December 2014 UK December 2014 US 224pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Constructing Threats and Containing Bodies in Somalia Brittany Gilmer, Old Dominion University, USA "Brittany Gilmer offers readers a fascinating, front row seat to the institutional response to piracy. Her ethnography is a detailed and innovative examination of how piracy has become securitized. Understood through Gilmer's critical lens, the front line workers of development themselves become the lucrative subjects of securitization as they compete for funding and become ‘piratized’ in the process."—Alison Mountz, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada This book examines the increasing role of development organizations in securitization processes and argues that the new security-development counter piracy framework is (re)shaping political geographies of piracy by promoting disciplinary strategies aimed at the prevention and containment of gendered and racialized actions and bodies in Somalia. Contents: Introduction * 1. Setting the Stage: Studies, Geographies, and Approaches * 2. State of Crisis: Rooting Piracy in Security and Development * 3. Pirate Mania: Global Discourse, Unlikely Partnerships, and New Strategies * 4. Behind Office Doors: Constructing Threats, Campaigns, and Identities * 5. On the Ground in Somalia: Gender, Security, and Social Reproduction * 6. At Sea and Inside Prisons: Marked Bodies, Mobilities, and Resistance * 7. Pirate Pie: Political Economy, Piratization, and Institutional Survival * 8. Beyond Intervention: Preventing Actions, Containing Bodies, and Making Profits October 2014 UK October 2014 US 212pp 1 map Hardback £62.50 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Riot, Unrest and Protest on the Global Stage Edited by David Pritchard, University of Portsmouth, UK, Francis Pakes, University of Portsmouth, UK In this collection, leading international scholars examine riots and protest in a range of countries and contexts, exploring the major social transformations of rioting and the changing dynamics, interpretation and potency of unrest in a globalised era. Contents: 1. Exploring the Global Stage: Globalisation, Riots, Unrest and Protest; Francis Pakes and David Pritchard * 2. Policing Political Protest: Lessons of Best Practice from a Major English City; David Waddington * 3. Mobs versus Markets: Bristol’s Tesco Riot; Matthew Clement * 4. Language of the Unheard: Riots in Popular Culture; Diana Bretherick * 5. ‘Innocence charged with guilt’: The Criminalisation of Protest from Peterloo to ‘Millbank’; Nadine El-Enany * 6. The English Riots of 2011: Misreading the Signs on the Road to the Society of Enemies; Steve Hall and Simon Winlow * 7. Inequality Constitutes a Particular Place; Danny Dorling with Carl Lee * 8. Riots in France: Political, Proto-political or Anti-political Turmoils?; Fabien Jobard * 9. The Ritual of Insurrection and the ‘thrill seeking youth’: An Instant Ethnography of Inner City Riots in Germany; Laura Naegler * 10. Greece: Social Unrest against Neoliberalism and Austerity; Panagiotis Sotiris * 11. Unrest and Inequalities: Comparing Welfare States; David Pritchard * 12. The Criminalization of Zuccotti Park and its Lessons for the UK Riots; David C. Brotherton * 13. A Political Economy of the Food Riot; Raj Patel and Philip McMichael. * 14. Enter the Land Grab Riot?; Francis Pakes * 15. Policing the Arab Spring: Discordant Discourses of Protest and Intervention; Roxane Farmanfarmaian * 16. From #Occupy to #IdleNoMore: Rethinking Space, Settler Consciousness and Erasures within the 99%; Konstantin Kilibarda October 2014 UK October 2014 US 352pp 9 b/w illustrations Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Australia as US Client State The Geopolitics of De-Democratisation and Insecurity Erik Paul, University of Sydney, Australia This text explores Australia's role as a US client state and the subsequent consequences for Australian democracy. Examining whether neoliberal and neoconservative interests have hijacked democracy in Australia, Paul questions whether further de-democratisation will advance US economic and military interests. Contents: 1. A Warring Country * 2. Anglosphere * 3. Corporate State * 4. Security State * 5. Symbiosis * 6. Designed to Fail * 7. Post-democracy * 8. Dangerous Liaisons

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SECURITY STUDIES Security, Clans and Tribes

Drugs on the Dark Net

Unstable Governance in Somaliland, Yemen and the Gulf of Aden

How Cryptomarkets are Transforming the Global Trade in Illicit Drugs

Alexandra Lewis, University of Leeds, UK ''Alexandra Lewis provides a detailed yet succinct examination of the foundations of state and non-state governance structures across Yemen and the various parts of Somalia. The treatment of tribal dynamics and their relation to formal states is particularly insightful and will prove useful to those pursuing peace, economic growth and stable governance in southern Arabia and the Horn of Africa. I commend this book to scholars as well as practitioners in the international community and the military.'' —Steven A. Zyck, Research Fellow, Humanitarian Policy Group at Overseas Development Institute Offering an introduction to clanism and tribalism in the Gulf of Aden area, Dr Lewis uses these concepts to analyse security in Yemen, Somalia, Somaliland and the broader region. This historical overview of conflict in each country, and the resulting threats of piracy and terrorism, will benefit both the casual reader and student of development. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Clans, Tribes and Social Hierarchies in the Broader Gulf of Aden Region * 3. Somali Boundaries and the Question of Statehood: The Case of Somaliland in Somalia *4. Divide and Rule: Understanding Insecurity in Yemen * 5. Transnational Security: Piracy, Terrorism and the Fragility Contagion * 6. Conclusion

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James Martin, Macquarie University, Australia "This is a timely, topical and fascinating study that sheds much-needed light into the dark recesses of the Internet. Through an exploration of online cryptomarkets, Martin offers new insights into the globally shifting landscape of crime. It should be essential reading for all those interested in cybercrime, the trade in illicit drugs, and the impact of new technologies on criminal markets."— Professor Majid Yar, University of Hull, UK This study explores the rapidly expanding world of online illicit drug trading. Since the fall of the infamous Silk Road, a new generation of cryptomarkets can be found thriving on the dark net. Martin explores how these websites defy powerful law enforcement agencies and represent the new digital front in the ‘war on drugs’. Contents: Introduction * 1. Conceptualising Cryptomarkets * 2. Cryptomarket Operations * 3. Conventional vs. Online Drug Distribution Networks * 4. Cryptomarkets and Law Enforcement * Conclusion and Future Directions

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Security and Sovereignty in the North Atlantic Edited by Lassi Heininen, University of Lapland, Finland The North Atlantic continues to be an area of international strategic significance regionally and globally. This study explores the strong processes of sovereignty, as well as new independent states and micro-proto-states that are forming in the region.

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Contents: 1.Introduction; Lassi Heininen and Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen * 2. Managing devolution and withdrawal: Denmark and the North Atlantic 1800-2100; Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen * 3. Icelandic security in a changing regional and geopolitical seascape: limited capabilities and growing responsibilities; Gustav Pétursson * 4. Greenlandic Paradiplomatic Relations; Maria Ackrén * 5. The USA in the Arctic: Superpower or Spectator?; Michael Corgan * 6. Russian military strategies in the High North; Valery Konyshev and Professor Alexander Sergunin * 7. The European Union’s Arctic Strategy(ies): the Good and/or the Evil?; Sandra Maria Rodrigues Balão

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The Nature of Intractable Conflict

Edited by Oliver P. Richmond, Research Professor, University of Manchester, UK

Resolution in the Twenty-First Century Christopher Mitchell, George Mason University, USA "Chris Mitchell's Structure of International Conflict inspired a generation of academics and practitioners to enter the field of conflict analysis and resolution. Now, as he shows in this equally inspirational book, forty years on the field has grown enormously. This is a masterly survey of the current state of the art and an indispensable guide for all those, scholars and practitioners alike, who want to place themselves on the front line of research and practice." —Tom Woodhouse, University of Bradford, UK Building upon Mitchell's earlier work, The Structure of International Conflict, this volume surveys the field of conflict analysis and resolution in the twenty-first century, exploring the methods which people have sought to mitigate destructive processes including the creative and innovative new ways of resolving insoluble disputes. Contents: Foreword * 1. Compulsion; Natural Born Killers? * 2. Formation: Sources and Emergence * 3. Classification; Intractable Conflicts * 4. Perpetuation; Dynamics and Intractability * 5. Prevention * 6. Mitigation * 7. Regulation: Conflict Within Limits * 8. Institutionalisation * 9. Termination I: Keeping the Peace * 10. Termination II: Resolving the Issues * 11. Creation; Towards Transformation * 12. Reconciliation; Ending the Hatred * Afterword November 2014 UK November 2014 US 368pp 6 b/w illustrations Hardback £75.00 / $122.00 / CN$133.00 Paperback £26.99 / $40.00 / CN$45.99 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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The European Union and Peacebuilding

The Politics of Civil-Military Cooperation Canada in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan Christopher Ankersen, Royal Military College of Canada "Using a Clausewitzian framework and a broad interpretation of civil-military cooperation Ankersen has opened a door to civil-military cooperation in practice. From a valuable soldier's perspective (with experience in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Afghanistan), he shows that the Canadian forces and civilian partners drew on the culture of peacekeeping to understand the meaning of military-civilian interactions." —Michael Pugh, Emeritus Professor, University of Bradford and Visiting Professor, Radboud University, Nijmegen Ankersen examines Canada’s civil-military cooperation efforts in Kosovo, Bosnia, and Afghanistan through the lens of Clausewitz’s ‘Remarkable Trinity’. The book reveals how military action is the product of influences from the government, the armed forces, and the people at home. Contents: Author’s Preface * 1. Introduction: The Politics of Civil-Military Cooperation * 2. Missing Pieces: Thinking about Civil-Military Cooperation * 3. The Evolution of Civil-Military Cooperation in Peace and War * 4. A Clausewitzian Framework for Analysis * 5. The People: Ambivalent Support * 6. The Government: Delicious Ambiguity * 7. The Military: Ambitious Institution, Ad lib Individuals * 8. Putting it all Together: Building an Effective Strategic Narrative * 9. Conclusion: The Many Whys of Civil-Military Cooperation September 2014 UK September 2014 US 248pp 13 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Cross-Border Dimension Cathal McCall, Queen’s University Belfast, UK "The European Union and Peacebuilding is a most welcome addition to the scholarly study of Europeanization for it is not only the best book available on the impact of the European Union on culture, politics and identity in the borderlands of Northern Ireland, but it may be the best book today on the politics of culture in European borderlands." —Thomas M. Wilson, Binghamton University, State University of New York, USA Cross-border cooperation is integral to the peacebuilding objective of the EU. Yet, 25 years of such cooperation has often failed to translate into connecting people across borders. This study assesses the significance of cross-border cooperation for addressing Europe’s conflict wounds and examines its prospects in an enlarged EU of 28 members. Contents: Introduction * 1. Territory, Borders, Symbols, Emotions and Conflict * 2. European Union Cross-Border Cooperation and its Limits * 3. Borderscape Conflict Amelioration in Theory and in Practice * 4. The Irish Borderscape as a ‘Site for Learning’ * 5. Stopped at the Gates? Conflict Amelioration Beyond the EU Pale * Conclusion

Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics October 2014 UK October 2014 US 192pp Hardback £63.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights



Partnerships, Power and Peacebuilding NGOs as Agents of Peace in Aceh and Timor-Leste Thushara Dibley, University of Sydney, Australia By highlighting the scope and limitations of local NGO agencies, this book presents a unique perspective of the relationship between peacebuilding theory and its application in practice, outlining how welleducated, well-connected local decision makers and thinkers navigate the uneven power dynamics of the international aid system. Contents: Introduction * 1. Landscapes of Partnership * 2. Contract Relationships * 3. Partner-Driven Relationships * 4. Networked Relationships * Conclusion

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE KEEPING The European Approach to Peacebuilding

Managing Crises, Making Peace

Civilian Tools for Peace in Colombia and Beyond

Towards a Strategic EU Vision for Security and Defense

Dorly Castañeda, World Bank, USA "Cooperation with middle income countries may not be significant for the funding involved, but can make a large difference when working in conflictaffected areas where the linkages between citizen and the state and among citizens have been destroyed by years of violence - if they ever existed. Dorly Castañeda provides a deep insight in the complexity of the relations between governments, donors and civil society organizations for the definition of development programs whose objective is building peace."—Jose Antonio Ocampo, Columbia University and Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs and Minister of Finance of Colombia Examining peacebuilding through the intersection of security, development and democracy, Castaneda explores how the European Union has employed civilian tools for supporting peacebuilding in conflict-affected countries by working at the same time with CSOs and government institutions. Contents: Foreword; Jenny Pearce * Introduction * PART I: THE EUROPEAN UNION AS AN INTERNATIONAL PEACE ACTOR * 1. European Development Aid Supporting Peace * 2. The EU Decides to Support Peace in Colombia * PART II: THE RECEPTION SIDE: ANTAGONIST EXPECTATIONS OF EU ACTIONS FOR PEACE * 3. EU’s Support for CSOs: Breaking Authoritarianisms * 4. EU as the Perfect Ally for the War Against Terrorism * PART III: EUROPEAN PEACEBUILDING AS A PROCESS * 5. The European Union Learning Process on Peacebuilding in Colombia * 6. Peacebuilding on the Ground: the European Approach * Conclusions: the European Approach to Peacebuilding October 2014 UK October 2014 US 280pp 1 map, 4 b/w line drawings, 1 figure Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Edited by Maria Grazia Galantino, University of Rome, Unitelma Sapienza, Italy, Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal "How effectively can the EU respond to the wide array of challenges to global and regional security it faces? This impressive collection of essays provides unique insights into the capacities for and constraints on EU crisis management." —Richard Caplan, Professor of International Relations, Oxford University In the face of emerging new threats, the EU’s capacity to build a distinctive role in crisis management remains problematic. Analysing EU policies and actions, this collection sheds light on the EU’s role in managing crises and peacekeeping, exploring avenues for a strategic EU vision for security and defense. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Role of the EU in International Peace and Security; Maria Raquel Freire and Maria Grazia Galantino * PART I: CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES TO EU CRISIS MANAGEMENT * 2. Peacekeeping Between Politics and Society; Fabrizio Battistelli * 3. CSDP and Democratic Legitimacy: Public Opinion Support in Times of Crisis; Maria Grazia Galantino * 4. Women in Peace Operations; Helena Carreiras * 5. EU-NATO Relations on Crisis Management Operations: the Practice of Informality; Margriet Drent * 6. A Functional Approach to the Construction of Peace: Including Natural Resources Management in (the Design of) EU Peace Operations; Bruno Hellendorff * and more... February 2015 UK February 2015 US 272pp 7 figures, 9 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Commemoration as Conflict Space, Memory and Identity in Peace Processes

Reintegration of Ex-Combatants After Conflict Participatory Approaches in Sierra Leone and Liberia Walt Kilroy, Dublin City University, Ireland Reintegration programmes for ex-combatants are supposed to support the wider peace process. This study, based on detailed fieldwork, looks at the way they were carried out in Sierra Leone and Liberia and assesses the degree to which they were conducted in a participatory way. Contents: 1. Does it Matter How Ex-Combatants Are Reintegrated After War? * 2. The Context in Sierra Leone and Liberia * 3. Learning Your Fate: What Ex-Combatants Knew About the Reintegration Process * 4. Having a Say in the Reintegration Process and Shared Decision-Making * 5. The Effects of a More Participatory Approach: Quantitative Measures * 6. The Effects of a More Participatory Approach: Qualitative Measures * 7. Conclusion: Why Does a Participatory Approach Matter? April 2015 UK April 2015 US 240pp 13 figures, 12 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Sara McDowell, University of Ulster, UK, Máire Braniff, University of Ulster, UK McDowell and Braniff explore the relationship between commemoration and conflict in societies which have engaged in peace processes, attempting to unpack the ways in which the practices of memory and commemoration influence efforts to bring armed conflict to an end and whether it can even reactivate conflict as political circumstances change. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Landscapes of Commemoration: The Relationship between Memory, Identity and Space * 3. The Promise of Peace * 4. A War by other Means? Commemorating Conflict in the New Northern Ireland * 5. Contested Visions: Memory, Space and Identity in the Basque Country * 6. Challenging the Boundaries of the Sri Lankan State: Memorywork and the Battle to Belong * 7. An Intractable Conflict and an Irreconcilable past: Contesting the ‘Other’ through Commemoration in Israel/Palestine * 8. Preserving the Past and Shielding the Future: Political Memories in the Former Yugoslav Countries * 9. ‘Till Jesus Comes Again’: Consolidating Narratives of the Liberation Struggle in Post-apartheid South Africa * Conclusion August 2014 UK August 2014 US 224pp Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$110.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE KEEPING Explaining Collective Violence in Contemporary Indonesia

Religion and Post-Conflict Statebuilding

From Conflict to Cooperation

Denis Dragovic, University of Melbourne, Australia ''As an international civil servant, Denis Dragovic has seen the importance of religion in political life while serving in conflict zones around the world. This fascinating study adds to that lived experience rigour and scholarship, resulting in an insightful comparative study of Catholicism and Islam. Building on the themes of salvation and justice, Dragovic provides new insights into how the deep purpose that underlies religious belief plays a crucial role in politics.'' — Professor Anthony F Lang, University of St Andrews and Director of the Centre for Global Constitutionalism

Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin, University of Western Sydney, Australia "This insightful book powerfully illuminates Indonesia's complex history of conflict and demonstrates how different types of conflict relate to alternative theoretical perspectives."—Frances Stewart, University of Oxford, UK Tadjoeddin uniquely explores four types of violent conflicts pertinent to contemporary Indonesia (secessionist, ethnic, routine-everyday and electoral violence), and seeks to discover what socio-economic development can do to overcome conflict and make the country’s transition to democracy safe for its constituencies. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Conflict and Violence in Indonesia: a Background * 3. Secessionist (Centre-regional) Conflicts * 4. Ethnic Violence * 5. Routine-everyday Violence * 6. Local Electoral Violence * 7. Conclusion

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Roman Catholic and Sunni Islamic Perspectives

This book draws upon theory and theology to consider how religious institutions engage with post-conflict statebuilding and why they would choose to lend their resources to the endeavour. Drawing from the theologies of Roman Catholicism and Sunni Islam, Dragovic explores their possible motivations to engage alongside the international community. Contents: Series Editor Introduction; John Brewer * Author Preface * Introduction * 1. Religion and Post-Conflict Statebuilding * 2. Roman Catholic View of the State * 3. Salvation as the Catholic Post-Conflict Statebuilding Imperative * 4. Sunni Islam and the State * 5. Justice as the Sunni Post-Conflict Statebuilding Imperative * 6. Bosnia and Herzegovina * Conclusion

Palgrave Studies in Compromise after Conflict January 2015 UK January 2015 US 216pp 9 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Sudan and South Sudan From One to Two

The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology Edited by Paul Nesbitt-Larking, Huron University College, Canada and University of Huddersfield, UK, Catarina Kinnvall, Lund Unversity, Sweden, Tereza Capelos, University of Surrey, UK, Henk Dekker, Ledien University, The Netherlands "A long overview introduction to the study of political psychology in Europe ...The book as a whole meets a high intellectual and educational standard." —Richard Ned Lebow, Department of War Studies, King's College London, University of London, UK This collection recalibrates the study of political psychology through detailed and much needed analysis of the discipline’s most important and hotly contested issues. It advances our understanding of the psychological mechanisms that drive political phenomena while showcasing a range of approaches in the study of these phenomena. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction: Origins, Developments and Current Trends; Tereza Capelos, Henk Dekker, Catarina Kinnvall and Paul Nesbitt-Larking * PART II: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES 2. Social Representations and the Politics of Participation; Caroline Howarth, Eleni Andreouli and Shose Kessi * 3. Social Identity Theory and SelfCategorisation Theory; Denis Sindic and Susan Condor * 4. Psychoanalysis as Political Political Psychology; Stephen Frosh * 5. Methodological Approaches in Political Psychology: Discourse and Narrative; Phillip L. Hammack and Andrew Pilecki * 6. Dialogical Approaches to Psychology and Ethics; Sarah Scuzzarello * 7. Experiments: Insights and Power in the Study of Causality; Tereza Capelos * and more...

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Bona Malwal, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, UK "Bona Malwal gives us an insider's account of Southern Sudan's struggle for independence, coherence and security. His work is a major contribution not only to our understanding but also to the practical task of bringing his country out of war into peace."— William R. Polk, former Assistant Professor at Harvard and Foreign Policy Adviser to President Kennedy The Republic of Sudan’s former Culture Minister and a leading architect in the movement to gain independence for South Sudan, Bona Malwal, provides a factual and personal account of the break up of Sudan. He explores its troubled history post-colonialism and offers a frank account of the many challenges that both nations face in the coming years. Contents: Introduction: Liberation or Political Realism? * 1. South Sudan: The Beginning of The Struggle for Political Emancipation; 1947-2004 * 2. Northern Sudan and South Sudan: Denying The South Autonomy Led to Independence * 3. The Anya-Nya Liberation Movement: 1955-72 * 4. The Southern Front and Self-Determination: 1964-2005 * 5. The Nimeiri Regime and the Oil Debate: 1980-83 * 6. South Sudan And The June 1989 Islamic Revolution in Sudan * 7. The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement And Army: As Liberators and as Rulers

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Nationalist Militant Conflict in Northern Ireland, Israel And Palestine

Edited by Roger MacGinty, Reader, University of Manchester, UK

Disrupting Pathways to Genocide The Process of Ideological Radicalization Elisabeth Hope Murray, Embry-Riddle University, Florida, USA How does ideology in some states radicalise to such an extent as to become genocidal? Can the causes of radicalisation be seen as internal or external? Examining the ideological evolution in the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust and during the break up of Yugoslavia, Elisabeth Hope Murray seeks to answer these questions in this comparative work. Contents: Introduction * 1. Problems and Challenges in Genocidal Research * 2. Defining the Devil: a Short Historiography of Genocide and a Case Study Overview * 3. The Anti-Nation: Otherness and Ideological Radicalisation * 4. The Nation: Ideological Radicalisation of the Elect * 5. The Homeland: Changing Perceptions of Blut Und Boden * 6. Analysis and Conclusion: Mapping Genocidal Ideology March 2015 UK March 2015 US 256pp 1 figure, 2 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Preventing Political Violence Against Civilians


Aoibhín de Búrca, Irish Humanities Alliance, Ireland "De Búrca's striking and innovative text offers a nuanced analysis of political violence used to pursue ethno-nationalist aims. Her cases, Northern Ireland and Israel/Palestine, may be traditional but her conclusions offer an important road map to scholars, students and policy practitioners on the means by which such violence can be prevented and minimised and ultimately replaced by political action. De Búrca convincingly argues that generic and de-contextualised models for addressing political violence fail to capture the depth and complexity of the phenomenon. The model proposed, rooted in social movement theory, offers greater understanding of political violence as well as identifying practical policy tools to address it." —Ben Tonra, University College Dublin, Ireland The increased targeting of civilians by militants raises serious and profound questions for policy-makers. Examining conflict in Northern Ireland, Israel and Palestine, this book focuses on ethno-nationalist militant groups and formulates a model to constrain violence against civilians. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The Study of Terrorism and Political Violence * 3. Northern Ireland and the Provisional IRA * 4. Israel and Palestine, Hamas and the al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades * 5. Implications and challenges for policy makers October 2014 UK October 2014 US 216pp 24 figures Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Violent Societies Networks of Violence in Civil War and Peace Christina Steenkamp, Oxford Brookes University, UK "This book provides a welcome addition to research on peace and war. By studying various forms of violence in post-war societies it sheds new light on the continuities and discontinuities of the structures and cultures created by the experience of war. Drawing on research on Northern Ireland, South Africa, Lebanon and Syria, it highlights the multiple layers of understanding of violence in these contexts as well as the blurring of boundaries of violence with social, political, economic and criminal motivations." —Kristine Höglund, Associate Professor in Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Sweden This book investigates the relationships between political violence, social violence and economic violence using examples from South Africa, Northern Ireland, Lebanon and Syria. It examines the cultural impact of war and argues that a culture of violence can explain the high levels of violence which are frequently found in post-war societies.

Youth in Conflict and Peacebuilding Mobilization, Reintegration and Reconciliation Alpaslan Özerdem, Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS), Coventry University, UK, Sukanya Podder, Centre for Security Sector Management, Cranfield University, UK This study investigates the role of youth in peacebuilding, and addresses the failure of states and existing research to recognise youths as political actors, which can result in their contribution to peacebuilding being ignored. Contents: 1. Introduction: Combatants, Troublemakers, Peacebuilders or What? 2. Processes of Mobilization 3. Experiences of Reintegration 4. Reconciliation Challenges 5. Liberia 6. Mindanao 7. The Positive Contributions of Youth to Peacebuilding April 2015 UK April 2015 US 288pp 8 figures, 6 b/w tables, 1 map Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Contents: Introduction * 1. Violence * 2. War and Political Violence * 3. Economic Violence * 4. Social Violence * 5. A Culture of Violence * Conclusion October 2014 UK October 2014 US 192pp Hardback £58.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE KEEPING The European Union as a Diplomatic Actor Edited by Joachim Koops, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, Gjovalin Macaj, University of Oxford, UK "Covering EU representation in a broad range of world regions, international forums and burning issue areas, the contributions not only analyse in depth the challenges facing EU diplomacy, but also offer useful suggestions for future improvements." — Christer Jönsson, Professor Emeritus, Lund University, Sweden This collection brings together leading scholars and practitioners to assess the processes, institutions and outcomes of the EU’s collective diplomatic engagement in the fields of security, human rights, trade and finance and environmental politics. It analyzes successes and failures in the EU’s search for global influence in the post-Lisbon era. Contents: Foreword by Pierre Vimont, Secretary-General European External Action Service * 1. Introduction: The EU as a Diplomatic Actor; Joachim A. Koops and Gjovalin Macaj * 2. The EU as a Diplomatic Actor in the Post-Lisbon Era: Robust or Rootless Hybrid?; Michael H. Smith * 3. EU Diplomacy in Global Governance: The Role of the EEAS; Knud Erik Jørgensen * 4. Evaluating the Impact of EU Diplomacy: Pitfalls and Challenges; Yvonne Kleistra and Niels van Willigen * 5. EU Diplomacy at the Individual Level: The Role and Impact of the EU Special Representatives; Dominik Tolksdorf *and more...

The European Union in International Affairs November 2014 UK November 2014 US 232pp 1 figure, 4 b/w tables Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Palgrave International Handbook of Peace Studies A Cultural Perspective Edited by Wolfgang Dietrich, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Gustavo Esteva, Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca, Mexico, Daniela Ingruber, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Norbert Koppensteiner, University of Innsbruck, Austria "No other handbook of peace studies provides such a rich, in depth, and wonderfully interactive conversation about our many understandings and lived cultural etymologies around a single word […] An extraordinary balance and contribution to a field overly dominated by narrow academic definitions, a must for our classes and bookshelves." - John Paul Lederach, Kroc Institute University of Notre Dame, USA This handbook explores the etymological meaning and the religious, legal and political connotations of the concept of ‘peace’. The wide range of international contributors provide evidence to show how adopting a multi-faceted approach to peace could ultimately lead to a more authentic understanding of peace across the world. Contents: Preface to the Paperback Edition * PART I: PEACE CONCEPTS IN EUROPE * PART II: PEACE CONCEPTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST * PART III: PEACE CONCEPTS IN SOUTH AND EAST ASIA * PART IV: MAORI AND NATIVE AMERICAN PEACE CONCEPTS * PART V: PEACE CONCEPTS IN AFRICA * PART VI: PEACE THINKERS * September 2014 UK September 2014 US 656pp 4 b/w tables, 8 b/w line drawings Paperback £35.00 / $57.00 / CN$65.50 Canadian Rights


Democracy and Social Peace in Divided Societies Exploring Consociational Parties

Re-Imagining the Other

Matthijs Bogaards, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany "This new book by Matthijs Bogaards makes a significant and highly original contribution to the literature on consociational democracy by studying the seven major political parties that have been internally consociational. It constitutes a crucial theoretical advance that will be of great interest to all scholars and students who study the problems of divided societies." —Arend Lijphart, University of California, USA This unique comparative study examines minority representation and powersharing in Canada, Kenya, South Africa, Fiji, India, Malaysia, and Yugoslavia. Presenting a new concept of the 'consociational party', Bogaards explores how diversity differs within parties and why it matters for social peace and democracy. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Consociational Party * 2. The Alliance Model * 3. The Congress Model * 4. Non-democratic Consociational Parties * 5. From Inter- to Intraparty Consociationalism in South Africa? * 6. The Origins and Institutional Environment of Consociational Parties * Conclusion June 2014 UK June 2014 US 184pp 12 b/w tables Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Culture, Media, and Western-Muslim Intersections Edited by Mahmoud Eid, University of Ottawa, Canada, Karim H. Karim, Carleton University, Canada This volume addresses the conceptualizations of the Other carried out by Western and Muslim societies historically and in contemporary times through empirical case studies. Contents: Preface; Mahmoud Eid and Karim H. Karim ix * Introduction: Imagining the Other; Karim H. Karim and Mahmoud Eid * 1. Religion and Civilization; Jack Goody * 2. On the Eve of the Napoleonic Invasion: Arab Perceptions of the World; Nabil Matar * 3. Through Tinted Lenses: Iranian and Western Perceptions and Reconstructions of the Other; Mohammad R. Ghanoonparvar * 4. The Clash of Civilizations 2.0: Race and Eurocentrism, Imperialism, and Anti-Imperialism; John M. Hobson * 5. Perceptions about Muslims in Western Societies; Mahmoud Eid * 6. A Clash of Discourses: Femicides or Honor Killings? Yasmin Jiwani * 7. Islamic, Islamist, Moderate, Extremist: Imagining the Muslim Self and the Muslim Other; Karim H. Karim *and more July 2014 UK July 2014 US 264pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE KEEPING The Responsibility to Protect and the Third Pillar

Conflict, Democratization, and the Kurds in the Middle East

Legitimacy and Operationalization

Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria

Edited by Daniel Fiott, Vrije University Brussels, Belgium, Joachim Koops, Vrije Universitu Brussels, Belgium "With sharp analysis covering a wide range of global perspectives, a keen sense of the difficult politics involved in protecting populations from atrocity crimes, and deep understanding of the range of relevant measures and actors, this book provides a clear-eyed assessment of the theory, practice and politics of R2P's 'third pillar'...this is a book that will be welcomed by those who practice protection as well as those that study it."—Alex J. Bellamy, The University of Queensland, Australia As the RtoP moves from norm to operationalization, greater analysis of action to halt crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide and ethnic cleansing is needed. This uncovers opportunities and challenges associated with third pillar interventions by looking at legal, economic, political, military and alternative interventions in third-countries. Contents: Introduction; Daniel Fiott and Joachim Koops * 1. International Law and the Application of the Third Pillar Approach; Thomas Ramopoulos * 2. The International Criminal Court and the Responsibility to Protect; Mathias Holvoet and Medlir Mema * 3. Probing the Responsibility to Protect’s Civilian Dimension: What Can Non-Military Sanctions Achieve?; Caroline Fehl * 4. The Regionalization of the Responsibility to Protect; Kate Seaman * 5. China and the Third Pillar; Peiran Wang * 6. Russia, the Responsibility to Protect and Intervention; Natasha Kuhrt * and more November 2014 UK November 2014 US 256pp 5 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by David Romano, Missouri State University, USA, Mehmet Gurses, Florida Atlantic University, USA "Leading experts on contemporary Kurdish affairs bring us up to date on the prospects for democracy and peace for Kurds and the states in which they principally reside....Truly comparative and theoretically informed by the larger scholarly literature, this collection is a valuable resource for scholars interested in comparative ethnic politics, nationalism and self-determination, democratization, civil war, and civil peace."—Philip G. Roeder, University of California, USA This volume examines how the Kurdish issue has acted as both an impediment and impetus to democratization in Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Contents: Introduction – The Kurds as Barrier or Key to Democratization; David Romano and Mehmet Gurses * PART I: AUTHORITARIANISM AND THE KURDS * 1. Turkey, Kemalism and the ‘Deep State’; Michael Gunter * 2. Iraq, Arab Nationalism and Obstacles to Democratic Transition; Ozum Yesiltas, Florida International University * 3. Kurds, Persian Nationalism, and Shi’i Rule: Surviving Dominant Nationhood in Iran; Gareth Stansfield * 4. The Syrian-Kurdish Movements: Obstacles Rather than Driving Forces for Democratization; Eva Savelsberg * PART II: DEMOCRACY IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES * 5. Democracy, Civil War, and the Kurdish People Divided Between Them; David T. Mason * 6. Communal Groups, Civil Conflicts, and Democratization in Latin America; John A. Booth, University of North Texas * and more August 2014 UK August 2014 US 336pp 2 b/w tables, 1 figure Hardback £70.00 / $110.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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Kofi Nsia-Pepra, Ohio Northern University, USA "Although the topic of the changing nature of peacekeeping is not new, how this author examines and tests the effectiveness of differing mandates is a valuable contribution to the field. As peacekeeping mandates continue to evolve, I expect that this work will serve the policy-making community and students of international conflict for some time."—Marie Olson Lounsbery, East Carolina University, USA This book contributes to the field of conflict management and peace operations by empirically testing the relationship between robust peacekeeping and civilian protection. Contents: Table of Contents * Dedication * Acknowledgements * Preface * List of Tables * List of Figures * Chapters * 1. Introduction * 2. Peacekeeping and Human Rights Protection * 3. Robust Peacekeeping and Civilian Protection * 4. Data and Methodology * 5. Statistical Analysis of Robust Peacekeeping and Civilian Protection in Civil Wars * 6. Case Studies: Testing the Formidable Barrier Model of Robust Peacekeeping * 7. The Politics of Civilian Protection- The Case of Darfur * 8. Moving Forward: UN Robust Peacekeeping and Civilian Protection in Civil Wars * Appendices * Bibliography * Index August 2014 UK August 2014 US 276pp Hardback £62.50 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


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CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACE KEEPING Politics is about Relationship A Worldview for the Citizens’ Century

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Harold H. Saunders, Kettering Foundation, USA "I congratulate Hal Saunders for urging practitioners, academics, and other readers to recognize those in the private sector as indispensable political actors. I can testify to the remarkable energy, ability, creativity and determination of individuals in meeting the challenges to human progress our world faces. This ground-breaking political paradigm deserves our most serious attention."—Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States and Nobel Laureate In this straightforward exploration of core problems facing humanity, Harold Saunders outlines how concerned citizens can bring about social and political change. Using examples from the U.S. to South Africa, Tajikistan to China, this book is full of real stories of how building 'relationship' among people can empower citizens outside government. Contents: Introduction: Meeting the Challenges of a World in Crisis: Engaging Whole Bodies Politic * PART I: OUR STARTING POINTS * 1. Politics Is About...? * 2. A Proper World View, Appropriate for Its Time * PART II: THE PARADIGM AND THE CONCEPT * 3. The Relational Paradigm: A Multilevel Political Process of Continuous Interaction * 4. The Concept of Relationship * PART III: DIALOGUE MAKES IT HAPPEN * 5. A Different Way of Thinking - Another Way of Relating * 6. Transformation in South Africa: A People Engaged * 7. Public Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in Tajikistan * 8. Power and Public Work in West Virginia * 9. Citizens Talk about the Russia-US Relationship * 10. Conducting the China-US Relationship: A Diplomat’s View11. Development Is about Relationship: Applying the Relational Paradigm to Economic and Social Development * PART IV: THE CITIZEN’S CENTURY * 12. What Difference Does It Make? What Makes This Difference? July 2014 UK July 2014 US 328pp Paperback £18.99 / $30.00 / CN$34.50 Canadian Rights


Democratic Deliberation in Deeply Divided Societies: From Conflict to Common Ground Edited by Juan Ugarriza, Faculty of Law, El Rosario University, Colombia, Didier Caluwaerts, John F. Kennedy School of Government. Harvard Kennedy School, USA "The book is global in orientation with cases as diverse as Iran and Belgium, Colombia and Nigeria. (…) The real strength of the book stems from the generalizations that emerge from the comparison of these cases. Through the analysis of historical, institutional, cultural and psychological factors, it becomes clear where the potential is, but also the limits for deliberation in deeply divided societies are." —Jürg Steiner, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA and University of Bern, Switzerland Through case-analysis and cross-sectional assessment of eleven countries this collection explores the most deeply divided societies in the world in order to highlight what deliberative democracy looks like in a deeply divided society and to understand the conditions that deliberative democracies could realistically emerge in difficult circumstances. Contents: PART I: OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DELIBERATION IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES * PART II: WHAT DOES A DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY LOOK LIKE IN A DIVIDED SOCIETY? June 2014 UK June 2014 US 248pp 2 figures, 2 b/w tables Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Policing the Inner City in France, Britain, and the US Sophie Body-Gendrot, University of the Sorbonne, Paris, France, Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, National Center for Scientific Research

Norway’s Peace Policy

This text analyzes and compares the police's inner city presence in France, the US, and Britain. Its authors' research points to the idea that the creation of a more inclusive environment is a sound approach for cities looking to better maintain peace, reduce discrimination, and manage the dynamic between police and citizens in inner cities.

Soft Power in a Turbulent World James Larry Taulbee, Emory University, USA, Ann Kelleher, Pacific Lutheran University, USA, Peter C. Grosvenor, Pacific Lutheran University, USA, The post-Cold War world allows space for less powerful states to develop influential roles in responding to specific international problems. Norway has focused on the persistent issue of violent ethno-political conflict. This book explains why Norway chose its peace policy and demonstrates what is has been able to achieve. Contents: 1. Lesser States and Niche Diplomacy; James Larry Taulbee * 2. The Peace Engagement of a Peace Culture: Observations on the National Identity Foundations of Norwegian Foreign Policy; Peter Grosvenor * 3. A Norwegian Approach to Achieving Peace: Structure and Agency; Ann Kelleher * 4. Parallel Peace Processes in Achieving Sudan’s CPA; Ann Kelleher * 5. Sri Lanka: A Bridge Too Far?; James Larry Taulbee * 6.Successful Local Peacebuilding in Macedonia; Ann Kelleher and Kelly Ryan * 7. Contributions and Challenges; James Larry Taulbee and Ann Kelleher December 2014 UK December 2014 US 260pp 3 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback £65.00 / $100.00 / CN$115.00 Canadian Rights




Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Contexts of Grievances * 3. Visible Minorities: Citizenship and Discrimination * 4. Policing the Inner Cities * 5. Conclusion

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TERRORISM Refugees, Prisoners and Camps


A Functional Analysis of the Phenomenon of Encampment Bjørn Møller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark What do refugee and concentration camps, prisons, terrorist and guerrilla training camps and prisoner of war camps have in common? Arguably they have all followed an 'outsides inside' model, enforcing a dichotomy between perceived 'desirable' and 'undesirable' characteristics. This separation is the subject of Møller's multidisciplinary study. Contents: 1. Introduction: Methods, Concepts and Theories * 2. Punitive and/or Preventative Confinement * 3. Concentration Camps and Ghettos * 4. Camps for/in War * 5. Camps for People in Flight * 6. Conclusion

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Sacred Violence Political Religion in a Secular Age David Martin Jones, University of Queensland, Australia, M.L.R Smith, King’s College London, UK "A devastating exposé of how progressive Utopian ideologies have turned international critical theory into a source of legitimacy for enemies of Western values and – in particular - violent Islam."—Ruth Dudley Edwards, Journalist, UK Sacred Violence examines the place that ideology or political religion plays in legitimizing violence to bring about a purer world. In particular, the book examines Islamism and the western secular, liberal democratic responses to it. Contents: 1. History Restarted * 2. The Unbearable Lightness of Being British * 3. The Commentariat and Discourse Failure * 4. Counter insurgency (COIN): The Military Revolution that Failed * 5. Non–western terror and counter-insurgency: the case of Jemaah Islamiah * 6. Beyond Belief: Islamist Strategic Thinking and International Relations Theory * 7. Political Fiction and Jihad – The Novel Response to 9/11 * Conclusion Terror the Polis and Political Religion

Rethinking Political Violence August 2014 UK August 2014 US 280pp Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

Women and Transitional Justice


Progress and Persistent Challenges in Retributive and Restorative Processes Mayesha Alam, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, USA "Women and Transitional Justice is thoroughly researched and judiciously analyzed. Mayesha Alam has tried to be objective in her presentation and assessment, and, in this endeavour, she has done herself proud." —The Daily Star How can transitional justice institutions provide due diligence to the lived experiences of women during war and violent political upheaval? This study provides a unique contribution to feminist scholarship on transitional justice, exploring women, peace and security with case studies from Africa and India. Contents: Foreword; Melanne Verveer * Introduction * 1. Defining Key Terms and Concepts * 2. Landscaping Feminist Scholarship on Transitional Justice * 3. Retributive Approaches to Transitional Justice * 4. The International Crimes Tribunal for Bangladesh * 5. Restorative Approaches to Transitional Justice * 6. The Truth, Justice and Reconciliation commission of Kenya Conclusion

International Perspectives on Terrorist Victimisation An Interdisciplinary Approach Edited by Javier Argomaniz, University of St Andrews, UK, Orla Lynch, University of St Andrews, UK Considering an under-researched dimension of political violence, this interdisciplinary collection provides an extensive examination of terrorist victimisation. It explores how individual and public experiences of victimisation are constructed and how they are shaped by existing dynamics of violence. Contents: Preface * 1. Introduction; Javier Argomaniz, Orla Lynch * PART I: VICTIMS EXPERIENCES * 2. Victims of Terrorism: Distinctive and Diverse Experiences; Robert Lambert * 3. Victims of ETA in the Basque Country: Their Experience of Terrorist Threats; Javier Martin-Peña, Álvaro Rodríguez-Carballeira, Ana Varela-Rey, Jordi Escartín and Omar Saldaña * 4. Victims and Perpetrators: A Clinician’s Account of Ex-child Soldiers and the Child Development Process in Sri Lanka; Carmel Joyce, Orla Lynch and Angela Veale * PART II: SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS * 5. Compensation and Financial Redress for Victims of Terrorism; Clive Walker * 6. State Responses to Victims of Terrorism Needs in Spain; Javier Argomaniz * an d more

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TERRORISM Apocalyptic Movements in Contemporary Politics

Gender and the Political Deconstructing the Female Terrorist

Christian and Jewish Zionism

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Carlo Aldrovandi, Trinity College, Ireland "Carlo Aldrovandi's contribution to the comparative study of Israeli religious Zionism and US evangelical Zionism is substantial. His solid research sheds new lights on the dialectics between messianic expectations, millenarian tensions and militant mobilization. He helps us understand the paradox of "absolute politics", when non-Jewish Zionism can become more radical than the Jewish one."—JeanPierre Filiu, Professor of Middle East Studies, Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs, France This book explores Israeli Religious Zionism and US Christian Zionism by focusing on the Messianic and Millenarian drives at the basis of their political mobilization towards a 'Jewish colonization' of the

Contents: 1. Meaning at the End * 2. Millenarianism, Messianism and Absolute Politics * 3. Jewish Religious Zionism * 4. US Christian Zionism * 5. Cultural Apocalypse * 6. Conclusion: Two Parallel Lines May 2014 UK May 2014 US 272pp Hardback £65.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


The Contested Identities of Ulster Protestants Edited by Thomas Paul Burgess, University College Cork, Ireland, Gareth Mulvenna, Queen’s University Belfast, UK "Confident societies tend not to obsess about identity. But Northern Ireland does. The identity which is most debated at present is that of northern Protestants. Contested Identities is a timely and thought-provoking series of essays exploring the various manifestations of that identity. As such it will immeasurably assist our understanding of a community which often feels misunderstood and marginalised." – Professor Marianne Elliott, University of Liverpool, UK This study explores the idea voiced by journalist Henry McDonald that the Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist tribes of Ulster are ‘…the least fashionable community in Western Europe’. A cast of contributors including prominent politicians, academics, journalists and artists explore the reasons informing public perceptions attached to this community. Contents: Introduction – Paul Burgess and Gareth Mulvenna * 1. Beginning to talk to ‘Billy’: Revising Southern Stereotypes of Unionism; Eoghan Harris * 2. Investigating the Protestant ‘Kaleidoscope’; Henry McDonald * 3. Lost in Translation: Loyalism and the Media; Malachi O’Doherty * 4. Typical Unionists? The Politicians and their People, Past and Present; James Greer * 5. ‘Doing Their Bit’: Gendering the Constitution of Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist Identities; Fidelma Ashe and Caireen McCluskey * 6. The Re-invention of the Orange Order: Triumphalism or Orangefest?; Brian Kennaway * 7. Loyalism on Film and Out of Context; Stephen Baker * 8. This Sporting Life: Anything to Declare? Community Allegiance, Sports and the National Question; Thomas Paul Burgess * 9. No-One Likes Us, We Don’t Care: What is to be (un) done about Ulster Protestant Identity?; Robbie McVeigh * and more... February 2015 UK February 2015 US 240pp 1 b/w table Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available



Amanda Third, University of Western Sydney, Australia "A fascinating exploration of the historical twinning of terrorism and feminism in the U.S. By redirecting our attention to these important discourses emerging in the 60's and 70s, this book provides a crucial corrective to counter post 9/11 anxieties that continually project the terrorist as somehow coming from elsewhere." —Jasbir K. Puar, Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA Analyzing women labeled as terrorists in the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Gender and the Political examines Western cultural constructions of the female terrorist. The chapters argue that the development of the discourse on terrorism evolves in parallel with, and in response to, radical feminism in the US during this time. Contents: Introduction * 1. Conceptualizing Terrorism * 2. Constructing the Terrorist: The Threat From Within * 3. Feminist Terrorists and Terrorist Feminists: The Crosswiring of Feminism With Terrorism * 4. Terrorist Time: Terrorism’s Disruption of Modernity * 5. Conjuring the Apocalypse: Radical Feminism, Apocalyptic Temporality and the Society for Cutting Up Men * 6. Abjecting Whiteness: “The Movement,” Radical Feminism, Genocide * 7. Nuclear Terrorists: Patricia Hearst and the (Feminist) Terrorist Family * Postscript October 2014 UK October 2014 US 240pp Hardback £60.00 / $95.00 / CN$110.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Religious Ideology and the Roots of the Global Jihad Salafi Jihadism and International Order John A. Turner, Independent Scholar, USA The events of 9/11 prompted questions as to the origins, nature and purpose of international jihadist organisations. In particular, why had they chosen to target the US and the West in general? Turner's book provides a unique, holistic insight into these debates, taking into account historical perceptions and ideology as key factors. Contents: Introduction * 1. Prominent Debates on the the Proliferation of Salafi Jihadism * 2. Historical and Ideological Challenges * 3. The Islamic State * 4. An Islamic Paradigm of International Relations * 5. The Struggle for Unity and Legitimacy in the Imperial Age * 6. The Struggle for Order in the 20th Century * 7. The Rise of Salafi Jihadism and the Al-Qaeda Ideology * 8. Glocalisation: al-Qaeda and its Constituents * 9. The International System and Salafi Jihadist Resistance * Conclusions August 2014 UK August 2014 US 224pp Hardback £58.00 / $95.00 / CN$109.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


MILITARY AND DEFENSE The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists Souleimanov, Aliyev, The Individual Disengagement Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists,ofand Jihadists, Souleimanov, Aliyev

Why Ex-Militants Choose to Abandon Violence in the North Caucasus


The Greater War Other Combatants and Other Fronts, 1914-1918

Emil Souleimanov, Charles University, Prague, Huseyn Aliyev, Department of Politics, University of Otago, New Zealand This study details the causes and contexts of individual disengagement of various types of militants – avengers, nationalists and jihadists – in Russia's North Caucasus region. It aims to considerably enhance our theoretical understanding of individual militants' incentives to abandon violence. Contents: Introduction 1. Theorizing Militant Disengagement 2. Conceptualizing Pathways to Individual Insurgent (Dis) Engagement 3. Chechnya and Dagestan: Ethnography, History and Conflicts 4. Individual Disengagement in Chechnya and Dagestan Conclusion

November 2014 UK November 2014 US 114pp Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Edited by Jonathan Krause, Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, UK The Greater War is an international history of the First World War. Comprising of thirteen chapters this collection of essays covers new aspects of the French, German, Italian and American efforts in the First World War, as well as aspects of Britain's colonial campaigns. Contents: Introduction; Jonathan Krause * 1. The Battle of the Ardennes, August 1914: France’s Lost Opportunity; Simon House * 2. ‘Only Inaction is Disgraceful’: French Operations under Joffre, 1914-1916; Jonathan Krause * 3. The Influence of Industry on the Use and Development of Artillery; Alex Bostrom * 4. Missed Opportunity? - The French tanks in the Nivelle Offensive; Tim Gale * 5. Applying Colonial Lessons to European War: The British Expeditionary Force 1902 – 1914; Spencer Jones * 6. Jan Smuts, Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and the Great War in German East Africa; Stuart Mitchell * 7. The Egyptian Expeditionary Force and the Battles for Jerusalem: Command and Tactics in the Judaean Hills, November 1917 – January 1918; Christopher Newton * 8. A Picture of German Unity? Federal Contingents in the German Army, 1916 – 1917; Tony Cowan * 9. Out of the Trenches: Hitler, Wagner, and German national regeneration after the Great War 1914-1918; David Hall * 10. Training, morale and battlefield performance in the Italian army, 1914-1917; Vanda Wilcox * 11. Seasoning the US 2nd Infantry Division; Bryon Smith * 12. From the Essex to the Dresden: British Grand Strategy in the South Pacific, 1814 – 1915; Andrew Lambert * 13. Attrition: How the War was Fought and Won; William Philpott

Studies in Military and Strategic History October 2014 UK October 2014 US 280pp 5 b/w tables Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 Paperback £19.99 / $32.00 / CN$35.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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OR, Defence and Security Edited by Roger Forder, UK Ministry of Defence OR, Defence and Security brings together articles from the Journal of Operational Research Society. Contents: 1. Operational Research for Defence and Security; Roger Forder * 2. Providing Operational Analysis to a Peace Support Operation: the Kosovo Experience * 3. Validation of the Mission-based Approach to Representing Command and Control in Simulation Models of Conflict * 4. The Hybrid War Model: a Complex Adaptive Model of Complex Urban Conflict * 5. Incorporating Fractal Concepts into Equations of Attrition for Military Conflicts * 6. When Lanchester Met Richardson, the Outcome was Stalemate: a Parable for Mathematical Models of Insurgency * 7. Risk taking by decision makers—using card-based decision gaming to develop models of behaviour *and more...

OR Essentials December 2014 UK December 2014 US 320pp 131 figures, 66 b/w tables Hardback £75.00 / $115.00 / CN$133.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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MILITARY AND DEFENSE Restorative Justice, Humanitarian Rhetorics, and Public Memories of Colonial Camp Cultures

Reassessing Lukashenka Belarus in Cultural and Geopolitical Context

Marouf Hasian, Jr., Department of Communications, University of Utah, USA "In this impressively researched and deftly argued work, Marouf Hasian, Jr. demonstrates the instrumental function of rhetoric in shaping and reshaping (post)colonial pasts, presents, and futures. The author's theoretically adept, meticulously documented case analyses throw light on the 'amnesiac practices' that continue to fuel sociopolitical imaginaries. Hasian's book performs a timely intervention in humanitarian scholarship." —D. Robert DeChaine, California State University, Los Angeles, USA

Grigory Ioffe, Geospatial Department, Radford University, USA "In this refreshing rejection of globalist doxa concerning the march of democracy, Grigory Ioffe offers a balanced and informed account of one of the contemporary world's most successful political leaders, showing how Alexander Lukashenka has channeled the cultural imperatives of his country and exploited Belarus's strategic position to craft a distinct socio-economic order whose overriding ethos is equality of condition."—Michael Urban, Emeritus Professor of Politics, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

The concentrations camps that existed in the colonised world at the turn of the 20th Century are a vivid reminder of the atrocities committed by imperial powers on indigenous populations. This study explores British, American and Spanish camp cultures, analysing debates over their legitimacy and current discussions on retributive justice.

What are the factors of Lukashenka's longevity at the helm of power? This question is addressed in the context of Belarusian history and identity, not as an outcome of a form of government deceitfully imposed on an allegedly benighted people whom better positioned and informed outsiders seek to enlighten and liberate.

Contents: 1. The Biopolitical Usage of Colonial Camp Systems Between 1896 and 1908 and the Quest For Restorative Justice * 2. General Valeriano Weyler, the Spanish ‘Reconcentración Policy,’ and American Calls for Military Intervention into Cub * 3. The ‘Faded Flowers’ and the Concentration Camps of the Anglo-Boer War * 4. The German Konzentrationslager and the Debates about the Annihilation of the Herero, 1905-1908 * 5. American ‘Concentration’ Camp Debates and Selective Remembrances of the Philippine-American War * 6. (Post)colonial Presents and International Humanitarian Futures: Remembering the Age of the Colonial Camps

Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Belarusian Economy 3. Belarusian Society * 4. Belarus and the West: From Estrangement to Honeymoon and Back to Estrangement * 5. Lukashenka’s Rise to Power and Belarusian Politics * 6. Lukashenka’s Personality and Worldview * 7. Addendum: Interviews

Rhetoric, Politics and Society November 2014 UK November 2014 US 272pp 4 b/w illustrations Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available

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Iberian Military Politics Fegelein’s Horsemen and Genocidal Warfare The SS Cavalry Brigade in the Soviet Union Henning Pieper, Independent Scholar, Germany The SS Cavalry Brigade was a unit of the Waffen-SS that differed from other German military formations as it developed a 'dual role': SS cavalrymen both helped to initiate the Holocaust in the Soviet Union and experienced combat at the front. Contents: Introduction * 1. Elite sportsmen: The Pre-War SS-Reiterstandarten * 2. Brutal Occupation: The SS Cavalry in Poland * 3. The SS Cavalry Brigade and Operation ‘Barbarossa’ * 4. Mass Violence in the Pripet Marshes * 5. Partisan Warfare in the Soviet Union * 6. The Winter Battle West of Moscow, 1941 – 1942 Conclusion

The Holocaust and its Contexts October 2014 UK October 2014 US 264pp 2 maps, 2 b/w tables, 4 b/w illustrations Hardback £60.00 / $90.00 / CN$104.00 9781137456311 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Controlling the Armed Forces during Dictatorship and Democratisation José Olivas Osuna, London School of Economics, UK By applying the nodality, authority, treasure and organisation public policy framework and neoinstitutional theory to the dictatorship of Salazar and Franco respectively, this study explores the instruments that governments used to control the military and explains the divergent paths of civil-military relations in 20th Century Portugal and Spain. Contents: PART I: AMBITIONS AND CHOICES * 1. Civil-Military Relations and Policy Instruments * 2. An Interdisciplinary Analytical Framework * PART II: PORTUGAL * 3. History of Contemporary Civil-Military Relations in Portugal * 4. The Estado Novo’s tools of Government * 5. Tools of Government in the Portuguese Transition to Democracy * PART III: SPAIN * 6. History of Contemporary Civil-Military Relations in Spain * 7. Francoist Tools of Government * 8. Tools of Government in the Spanish Transition to Democracy * PART IV: COMPARISONS AND EXPLANATIONS * 9. Comparisons and Explanations * 10. Conclusions October 2014 UK October 2014 US 312pp 20 figures, 16 b/w tables Hardback £68.00 / $105.00 / CN$121.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


MILITARY AND DEFENSE The New Nationalism and the First World War Edited by Lawrence Rosenthal, University of California, USA, Vesna Rodic, University of California, USA The New Nationalism and the First World War is an edited volume dedicated to a transnational study of the features of the turn-of-the-century nationalism, its manifestations in social and political arenas and the arts, and its influence on the development of the global-scale conflict that was the First World War. Contents: Introduction * 1. A Storm Before The Great Storm: New Faces of a Distinctly Twentieth-Century Nationalism; Lawrence Rosenthal and Vesna Rodic * PART I: THE NEW NATIONALISM AND THE (RE) BUILDING OF NATIONS * 2. Confecting A British National Identity; Rod Beecham * 3. New Italian Nationalism; Andrea Ungari * 4. Eliminationist Anti-Semitism at Home and Abroad: Polish Nationalism, the Jewish Question, and Eastern European Right-Wing Mass Politics; Grzegorz Krzywiec * PART II: THE NEW NATIONALISM AND SHIFTING NOTIONS OF TRADITION * 5. War Stares At Us Like an Ominous Sphynx- Hungarian Intellectuals, Literature, and the Image of the Other (1914-1915); Eszter Balázs * 6. An Affair To Be Remembered: Integral Nationalism Among France’s Men of Letters; Vesna Rodic PART III: THE NEW NATIONALISM AT THE CROSSROADS BETWEEN EAST AND WEST * 7. Imagining the Homeland: A Late Ottoman Construction of National Identity; Guldeniz Kibris * 8. The Great European War and the Rise of Radical Shintō Ultranationalism in Japan; Walter A. Skya October 2014 UK October 2014 US 216pp 1 b/w illustration Hardback £55.00 / $85.00 / CN$98.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Deterring Cyber Warfare Bolstering Strategic Stability in Cyberspace Brian M. Mazanec, George Mason University, USA, Bradley A. Thayer, University of Bath, UK While the deterrence of cyber attacks is one of the most important issues facing the United States and other nations, the application of deterrence theory to the cyber realm is problematic. This study introduces cyber warfare and reviews the challenges associated with deterring cyber attacks, offering key recommendations to aid the deterrence of major cyber attacks. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Cyberspace and Cyber Warfare * 3. Deterrence Theory and the Challenge of Applying It to Cyber Warfare * 4. Chapter Four: Cultivating Beneficial Norms for Strategic Stability * 5. Continuing Efforts to Improve Cyber Forensics and Bolster Defences * 6. Developing a Declaratory Policy and Offensive Cyber Weapons * 7. Conclusions

December 2014 UK December 2014 US 104pp 2 b/w tables Hardback £45.00 / $67.50 / CN$78.00 Canadian Rights ebooks available


Vietnam and the Unravelling of Empire General Gracey in Asia 1942-1951 T.O. Smith, Huntington University, USA The Vietnam War and Indian independence devastated British policy towards Asia. The Labour Government failed to understand its commitments. Yet some senior British officers were prepared to work alongside Asian nationalism in order to secure British interests. This created a radical local fusion of imperial, diplomatic and humanitarian policies. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Prelude: Burma 1942-5 * 2. The Power Vacuum: Vietnam 1945 * 3. The Sideshow: Cambodia 1945 * 4. The Enforcement: Indo-China 1945-6 * 5. The Aftermath: Bengal and Kashmir 1946-51 * Conclusion

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