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Restoring Thucydides:

Testing Familiar Lessons and Deriving New Ones
Andrew R. Novo and Jay M. Parker
ISBN: 9781621964742

"The originality of the arguments advanced provides even scholars who have studied Thucydides for years much fresh insight on virtually every page.” —Scott A. Silverstone, Professor of International Relations and Deputy Head, Department of Social Sciences, United States Military Academy Read More..

Learning from Russia’s Recent Wars:

Why, Where, and When Russia Might Strike Next
Neal G. Jesse
ISBN: 9781621964766

"Solidly based on cutting-edge research in Russian politics and international relations theory, Jesse’s study also contributes to these fields, while not becoming overly theory-centric. A must read for anyone seeking to understand Russia’s past with an eye to the future." —Christopher Marsh, Director, Center for Strategic Research, Joint Special Operations University Read More..

The Chinese Lyric Sequence:

Poems, Paintings, Anthologies
Joseph R. Allen
ISBN: 9781621964780

"The writing is lucid and accessible, and the book is a great pleasure to read from beginning to end. This book will be invaluable for both specialists in the field of Chinese literature and general readers who are interested in Chinese poetry and aesthetics; it will be essential reading for scholars and students in classical Chinese literature, cultural history, and art history.” —Tian Xiaofei, Professor of Chinese Literature, Harvard University Read More..

Net Assessment and Military Strategy:

Retrospective and Prospective Essays
Thomas G. Mahnken
ISBN: 9781621964759

"Essential reading for anyone interested in the history of the Cold War and, even more important, for the next generation of American strategists.” —Aaron L. Friedberg, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University Read More..

The Soul of Jade Mountain

Husluman Vava
ISBN: 9781604979947

Cultural production, including literary work, has been a key element in the Indigenous struggle for decolonization worldwide. In Taiwan, ethnographic novels written in Chinese, such as The Soul of Jade Mountain (Yushan hun) by Bunun writer Husluman Vava (1958–2007), have been an important tool in the process of bringing the circumstances of Indigenous people to the attention of mainstream audiences. Read More..

A History of Taiwan Literature

Ye Shitao
ISBN: 9781621964773

The book is a rigorous, comprehensive treatment; it goes to great lengths to devote attention to all major writers in the history of Taiwan as well as many who were not as prominent. Ye has been fair and evenhanded in the writing of his literary history of Taiwan; there is little, if any, tendentiousness in the book. Read More..

American Foreign Policy and National Security

Paul R. Viotti
ISBN: 9781621965015

"With his new volume, Professor Paul Viotti has made an important contribution to the study of national security and the decision making process that underpins it." —Amb. Christopher R. Hill, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs and former US Ambassador to Iraq, South Korea, Poland, Macedonia, and Albania Read More..

Make America First Again:

Grand Strategy Analysis and the Trump Administration
Jacob Shively
ISBN: 9781621965039

"In Make America First Again: Grand Strategy Analysis and the Trump Administration, Jacob Shively lays the groundwork for what will no doubt be a long debate over Trump’s grand strategy, and he does so with wisdom and aplomb. All future work on this subject will have to refer to this book. An interesting, important, and most engaging read." —Christopher J. Fettweis, Professor of Political Science, Tulane University Read More..

A Taiwanese Literature Reader

Nikky Lin
ISBN: 9781621965053

According to Taiwanese writer and historian Ye Shitao, the development of Taiwanese literature during Japanese occupation can be divided into three stages: the “nascent period” (1920–1925), followed by the “mature period” (1926–1937), and finally the “war period” (1937–1945). The six stories in this collection are representative works from the mature period and the war period. Each story depicts different hardships and predicaments faced by Taiwan as a colony under Japanese rule, offering insight into how this part of Taiwan’s history continues to impact contemporary Taiwanese society. Read More..

Restoring Thucydides:

Testing Familiar Lessons and Deriving New Ones
Andrew R. Novo and Jay M. Parker
ISBN: 9781621965374

"An outstanding book that makes Thucydides accessible and resoundingly refutes the popularized notion of a ‘Thucydides trap.’Novo and Parker’s rich rendition gives context for The History, rescuing it from pinched readings and giving us access to even more valuable lessons about great power competition ...” —Kori Schake, Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute on Read More..

 

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