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Foundations and Democracy Assistance in Central Europe
In Race: The History of an Idea in the West Ivan Hannaford guides readers through a dangerous engagement with an idea that so permeates Western thinking that we expect to find it, active or dormant, as an organizing principle in all societies. But as Hannaford shows, race is not a universal idea--not ever in the West.
Global Pressures and Local Forces
The Rise and Fall of the Era of Easy Finance - The fiscal crisis faced by the American federal government represents the end of a fiscal regime that began with the financing of World War II
Although most governments in Southeast Asia are widely described as authoritarian, elections have been a feature of politics in the region for many decades.
This book examines and explains the nature and sources of terrorists' beliefs, actions, goals, worldviews, and states of mind. Origins of Terrorism addresses, with scholarly responsibility as well as necessary urgency, one of the most vexing intellectual and political challenges of our time.