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Jimmy Carter and the Water Wars:

Presidential Influence and the Politics of Pork
Scott A. Frisch and Sean Q Kelly
ISBN: 9781934043899

CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title! "Valuable ... Political scientists and historians will find this book to be useful ... extremely instructive in undergraduate courses in public policy ... Highly Recommended." - CHOICE Read More..

Power, Politics, and Higher Education in Southern Africa:

International Regimes, Local Governments, and Educational Autonomy
José Cossa
ISBN: 9781604975154

"This book will contribute to the debate and policy deliberations of policymakers, students, and scholars in Africa and globally." - Professor N’Dri T. Assié-Lumumba, Cornell University Read More..

West Across the Pacific:

American Involvement in East Asia from 1898 to the Vietnam War
F. Hilary Conroy, Francis Conroy and Sophie Quinn-Judge
ISBN: 9781934043882

West Across the Pacific is both a contribution to peace research in history and to a foreign policy guided modestly by empiricism and realism as the most reliable method. Read More..

Democratization in Confucian East Asia:

Citizen Politics in China, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam
Zhengxu Wang
ISBN: 9781934043998

"In the lineage of Inglehart and Welzel’s theory of post-materialism and self-expression values, the author studied the level of self-expression values in these Asian societies … Clearly presented and succinctly argued. The theoretical reviews are sound and there are very good theoretical discussions of the relations between economic development, value change, and democratization." – East Asia Read More..

Urban Brazil:

Visions, Afflictions, and Governance Lessons
Ivani Vassoler
ISBN: 9781934043943

"This book should be a must for anyone interested in Latin American urbanization and urban planning/administration..." Read More..

Haile Selassie, Western Education and Political Revolution in Ethiopia

Paulos Milkias
ISBN: 9781934043202

“Lucid, erudite and ground-breaking in its new insights and fresh perspectives, this is the finest book on Ethiopia that I have seen in a decade. As such, it commends itself as a must read, alike to students of Ethiopian politics and policy makers concerned with the welfare of the peoples of the region. As well, it is likely to generate great demand, given the hundreds of thousands of Ethiopian professors and professionals awaiting its publication.” – Said S. Samatar, Professor of African History, Rutgers University and Editor-in-Chief, Horn of Africa Journal Read More..

Popular Delusions:

How Social Conformity Molds Society and Politics
Stephen Coleman
ISBN: 9781934043776

"Thought-provoking... an interesting analysis of the benefits and dangers of conformity, pointing out that policies encouraging cultural diversity may well backfire. Recommended. - CHOICE Read More..

The Wilsonian Persuasion in American Foreign Policy

Matthew C. Price
ISBN: 9781934043820

Provides a detailed account of one of the great turning points in American and world history, the American embrace of globalism. Read More..

The Shaping of Popular Consent:

A Comparative Study of the Soviet Union and the United States 1929-1941
Alexander McGregor
ISBN: 9781934043592

"A fascinating insight…very rich in examples, and provides an extensive historical background…would recommend the book." - Russian Journal of Communication Read More..

Mussolini’s Cities:

Internal Colonialism in Italy, 1930-1939
Federico Caprotti
ISBN: 9781934043530

This book examines the Pontine Marshes project and brings together cohesive strands of research which have not appeared alongside one another before. Read More..

 

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