Political Science - Government - Comparative

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The Accidental Superpower: The Next G...

Peter Zeihan

In the bestselling tradition of The World Is Flat and The Next 100 Years, THE ACCIDENTAL SUPERPOWER will be a much discussed, contrarian, and eye-opening assessment of American power. Near the end of the Second World War, the United S...

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Published: Nov 2015

Fractured America: The Many Divisions...

Paul Brakke

Why are there so many divisions America? What can we do to fix these divisions that are tearing the U.S. apart?FRACTURED AMERICA discusses these many divisions and how to fix them. It begins by looking at the first racial divide going...

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Published: Mar 2019

Rules for Deplorables: A Primer for F...

Cathi Chamberlain

This book was written to educate Americans about the radical form of socialism spreading across our country. Schools are teaching a romanticized view of socialism that leaves our younger generation clueless as to what perils it may br...

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Published: May 2019

Wars, Guns, and Votes: Democracy in D...

Paul Collier

"Collier has made a substantial contribution to current discussions. His evidence-based approach is a worthwhile corrective to the assumptions about democracy that too often tend to dominate when Western policy makers talk about ...

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Published: Feb 2010

The Fall and Rise of the Islamic Stat...

Noah Feldman

Perhaps no other Western writer has more deeply probed the bitter struggle in the Muslim world between the forces of religion and law and those of violence and lawlessness as Noah Feldman. His scholarship has defined the stakes in the...

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Published: Aug 2012

Authoritarianism: What Everyone Needs...

Erica Frantz

Despite the spread of democratization following the Cold War's end, all signs indicate that we are living through an era of resurgent authoritarianism. Around 40 percent of the world's people live under some form of authoritarian rule...

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Published: Sep 2018

Modern Greece: What Everyone Needs to...

Stathis Kalyvas

When Greece's economic troubles began to threaten the stability of the European Union in 2010, the nation found itself in the center of a whirlwind of international finger-pointing. In the years prior, Greece appeared to be politicall...

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Published: May 2014

The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of In...

Evgeny Morozov

Updated with a new Afterword"The revolution will be Twittered!" declared journalist Andrew Sullivan after protests erupted in Iran. But as journalist and social commentator Evgeny Morozov argues in The Net Delusion, the Inte...

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Published: Feb 2012

The Republic (World Classics, Unabrid...

Plato

The book elaborately discusses the various perspectives of Plato on a wide range of subjects. It presents the thoughts of Plato in the form of a conversation, between Socrates, Plato, and three different interlocutors.

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Published: Aug 2017

The Way Life Should Be?: The Globalis...

John Q. Publius

A complete overview of the exact mechanisms whereby the internationalist lobby is controlling, directing, and actively organizing mass Third World immigration with the explicitly-stated aim of destroying America--viewed with special e...

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Published: Apr 2020

Dream Hoarders: How the American Uppe...

Richard V. Reeves

Dream Hoarders sparked a national conversation on the dangerous separation between the upper middle class and everyone else. Now in paperback and newly updated for the age of Trump, Brookings Institution senior fellow Richard Reeves i...

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Published: Jun 2018

Chronology of Chaos: The Mistakes, Mi...

Robert Santucci

Chronology of Chaos is a book that covers the day to day turmoil during Donald Trump's first term in office. Written in a chapter/month format, Chaos captures the abject craziness of an administration run by tweet, and dominated by fe...

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Published: May 2020

British Politics: A Very Short Introd...

Tony Wright

British politics, notes Tony Wright, is arguably Britain's greatest gift to the world. In this Very Short Introduction, Wright offers a brilliant interpretative essay on the British political system. The author, an academic and recent...

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Published: Jun 2013

The Conflict in Ukraine: What Everyon...

Serhy Yekelchyk

When guns began firing again in Europe, why was it Ukraine that became the battlefield? Conventional wisdom dictates that Ukraine's current crisis can be traced to the linguistic differences and divided political loyalties that have l...

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Published: Sep 2015
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