NGOs and Transnational Networks

Wild Cards in World Politics

William E. DeMars

DeMars argues that NGOs are best conceptualized not in terms of either principles or power, but through the partners they make in transnational society and politics.

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Revolution, War and the Future of Syria's Kurds

Thomas Schmidinger

The history and politics of Syrian Kurdistan, with a special focus on the revolution in Rojava.

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Outsourced Empire

How Militias, Mercenaries, and Contractors Support US Statecraft

Andrew Thomson

The full picture of the impact of paramilitary insurgencies across the globe

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Decolonising the University

Edited by Gurminder K. Bhambra, Dalia Gebrial and Kerem Nişancıoğlu

Understanding and transforming the universities' colonial foundations.

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Neoliberalism versus Democracy

Alfredo Saad-Filho and Lecio Morais

A political analysis of the paradox of modern-day Brazil, charting the political transition from military rule to democracy, and to neoliberalism.

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Modern European Thinkers

Slavoj Zizek

A Critical Introduction

Ian Parker

'Simply the best critical introduction to Zizek.' Yannis Stavrakakis, author of 'Lacan and the Political'

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The Last Drop

The Politics of Water

Mike Gonzalez and Marianella Yanes

A close look at the privatisation of the most political resource on earth - water

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State Crime

Governments, Violence and Corruption

Penny Green and Tony Ward

Questions the perametres of state crime in all its forms, from corruption and corporate crime to ‘natural’ disasters, torture, war crimes and genocide.

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Overripe Economy

American Capitalism and the Crisis of Democracy

Alan Nasser

This is the history of the development of the profoundly undemocratic American Capitalism

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Stay Another Day

Mark Timlin

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His Bloody Project

Documents relating to the case of Roderick Macrae

Graeme Macrae Burnet

Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, 2016. A brutal triple murder in a remote crofting community in 1869 leads to the arrest of a young man by the name of Roderick Macrae. There’s no question that Macrae landed the savage blows, but what drove him to commit such merciless acts of violence? Was he insane? And will he hang?

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Burning Up

A Global History of Fossil Fuel Consumption

Simon Pirani

A history of the excesses of capitalism's rampant fossil fuel consumption since 1950.

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