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1 GLOBALIZATION & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 2013 Scholarly Resources Distributor of I.B.Tauris Manchester University Press Pluto Press Zed Books

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3 GLOBALIZATION & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 2013 Contents 4 Globalization, the State and Political Sociology 14 Global Governance 16 International Political Economy 26 International Relations 52 International Relations Theory 56 Diplomacy 64 Security Studies 69 Terrorism 71 Conflict Resolution and Peace Keeping Publishing with Palgrave Macmillan Palgrave Macmillan offers authors the opportunity to publish at any length, across 3 formats: Article length, with a variety of Palgrave Journals Mid-form, with Palgrave Pivot Full-length books We always welcome new proposals, whether from first-time or more experienced authors. Our Publishing Proposal Form, guidelines and full list of editorial contacts can be found at When contacting us, to help us make a quick and authoritative decision, include as much information as possible on the form, including details about the content, a chapter plan, aims and objectives, the intended market and the competition. We will also be happy to receive your CV (and that of any co-authors/editors) and any sample material, if available. Christina Brian, Publisher, International Relations and Political Economy- UK Ellie Davey-Corrigan, Commissioning Editor, International Relations - UK Farideh Koohi-Kamali, Editorial Director, Politics and International Relations - US Brian O Connor, Senior Commissioning Editor, Politics US Palgrave Macmillan distributes I.B.Tauris in the U.S. & Canada,... and these imprints in the U.S. only: Manchester University Press, Pluto Press, and Zed Books

4 business GLOBALIZATION, & MANAGEMENT THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Globalization, the State and Political Sociology Redeploying the State Corporatism, Neoliberalism, and Coalition Politics Hishaam D. Aidi, Columbia University, USA This study offers a comparative analysis of Latin American and Middle Eastern corporatism, by looking at Egypt and Mexico s differing experiences with privatization, showing that how the working class was attached to the regime during the period of state-building shapes leaders institutional options and capabilities for market reform. Contents: The Politics of Privatization * State Formation, Incorporation, Political Parties * PART I: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND * The Founding Moment * The Institutional Legacies of Incorporation * PART II: MEXICO S SUCCESS * Privatization and the Populist- Distributive Alliance * Bureaucratic Reform and State-Business Relations * PART III: EGYPT S IMPASSE * State-Labor Relations and Public Sector Reform * Shifting the State from Left to Right * Privatization and Exclusion November 2012 UK / November 2012 US 260PP Paperback / $32.00 / CN$37.00 / Chinese Village, Global Market New Collectives and Rural Development Tony Saich, Harvard University, USA, and Biliang Hu, Beijing Normal University, China The story of one village, Yantian, and its remarkable economic and social transformation, this book shows how outcomes are shaped by a number of factors such as path dependence, social structures, economic resources and local entrepreneurship. Contents: Becoming Global : Yantian Village in Context * PART I: ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION * Cleaning Their Feet : The Decline of an Agricultural Village * Building Nests to Attract Phoenixes : Lineage, Market, and the Rise of a Global Manufacturing Base * New Wine, New Bottles : The Emergence of a New Style Village Collective * From Tractors to Automobiles : Household Economic Management * PART II: MANAGING THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOODS * From Public Provision to a Diversified Network : Education Services * One Village, Different Worlds : Healthcare Provision in Yantian * Dengs Village : Governance * Yantian: A Model in Transition China in Transformation October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 234PP / 1 map, 9 tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Beyond a Divided Cyprus A State and Society in Transformation Edited by Nicos Trimikliniotis, PRIO Cyprus Centre, Cyprus, and Umut Bozkurt, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus Cyprus is a postcolonial island known for natural gas reserves and ethnic divisions. This volume presents a fresh perspective on the Cyprus problem by examining the societal transformations taking place within the island: socioeconomic development, population transitions and migration, and rapidly changing social and political institutions. Contents: Introduction: Beyond a Divided Cyprus, a Society in a State of Transformation; N.Trimikliniotis & U.Bozkurt * The Cyprus Problem and Imperial Games in the Hydrocarbon Era: From a Place of Arms to an Energy Player?; N.Trimikliniotis * Rethinking the Postcolonial Cypriot Statehood: the Cyprus Problem, Class Struggle and Ethnic Conflict; U.Bozkurt & N.Trimikliniotis * Border Dialectics: Cypriot Social and Historical Movements in a World Systemic Context; A.Panayiotou * Cyprus and the West: a Critical Perspective on British and US Foreign Policy and Strategic Interests in Cyprus; E.Rooksby * Greek and Greek-Cypriot Political Strategies on Independence: Class, Nation and Statehood; J.Milios & T.Kyprianidis * The Turkish-Cypriot Nationalist Drive Toward State-building: Politics, Violence and Political Economy; H.Aslan * Making Sense of Turkey s Changing Cyprus Policy: The EU Factor and the Shifting Preferences of the Power Bloc; E.Tahsin * AKEL: A Socio-political Profile of Greek-Cypriot Communism; G.Charalambous * Turkish Cypriot Left: An Historical Overview; N.Kizilyurek * Transformations of the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot Right: Right-wing Peace-makers?; N.Loizides * The Potential for Reconciliation, Forgiveness and Social Transformation; D.Latif & A.Sitas * A Political Economy of Division, Development and Crisis: Envisioning Reunification beyond the Cyprus Economic Miracle; E.Ioakimoglou, N.Trimikliniotis & P.Pantelides November 2012 UK / November 2012 US 310PP / 9 b/w tables, 4 charts Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / China s Rise to Power Conceptions of State Governance Edited by Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, Pace University, USA, Lida V. Nedilsky, North Park University, USA, and Siu-Keung Cheung, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, China China s combination of authoritarian rule and a market-oriented economy has proven simultaneously appealing and a source of domestic discontent. This essay collection balances policy analysis with detailed investigation of escalating popular unrest to anticipate the future of Chinese governance and society. October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 260PP / 1 map, 4 figures, 4 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

5 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND business POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY Governing through Biometrics The Biopolitics of Identity Btihaj Ajana, King s College London, UK Managing identity through biometric technology has become a routine and ubiquitous practice in recent years. This book interrogates what is at stake in the merging of the body and technology for surveillance and securitization purposes drawing on a number of critical theories and philosophies. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * 1. Biometrics: The Remediation of Measure * 2. Homo Carded: Exception and Identity Systems * 3. Recombinant Identities: Biometrics and Narrative Bioethics * 4. Identity Securitization and Biometric Citizenship * 5. Rethinking Community and the Political Through Being- With * Conclusion * Notes * Bibliography June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia Edited by William Ascher, Claremont McKenna College, USA, and Natalia S. Mirovitskaya, Duke Center for International Development, USA Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia explores the links between Asian governments development strategies and the nature and dynamics of intergroup violence, analyzing variations in strategies and their impacts through broad comparative analyses, as well as case studies focused on eight countries. Contents: 1. War, Peace, and Many Shades in Between: Asia in the New Millennium; William Ascher and Natalia S. Mirovitskaya 2. The Nexus of Economic Strategies and Intergroup Violence; William Ascher and Natalia S. Mirovitskaya 3. Tribal Participation in India s Maoist Insurgency: Examining the Role of Economic Development Policies; Sumit Ganguly and Jennifer Oetken 4. Intra-State Conflicts and Development Strategies: The Baloch Insurgency in Pakistan; G. Shabbir Cheema 5. Development Strategies, Religious Relations, and Communal Violence in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia: A Cautionary Tale; Lorraine V. Aragon 6. Exploring the Relationship between Development and Conflict: The Malaysian Experience; Ananthi Al Ramiah and Thillainathan Ramasamy 7. Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Conflict: A case study on Japanese ODA to Vietnam; Edward M. Feasel 8. Socioeconomic Change, Intra-ethnic Competition and Political Salience of Ethnic Identities: The Cases of Turkey and Uzbekistan; Ebru Erdem-Akcay 9. Local vs. Transcendent Insurgencies: Why Economic Aid Helps Lower Violence in Dagestan, but not in Kabardino-Balkaria; Mikhail Alexseev 10. The Conflict-Development Nexus in Asia: Policy Approaches; William Ascher and Natalia S. Mirovitskaya Politics, Economics, and Inclusive Development June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Political Parties in Multi-Level Polities The Nordic Countries Compared Nicholas Aylott, Sodertorn University, Sweden, Magnus Blomgren, Umea University, Sweden, and Torbjorn Bergman, Umea University, Sweden Political parties are essential for the functioning of parliamentary democracy but how have parties adapted to the challenges created by the growth of a new layer of political decision-making at the supranational level, i.e. the EU? This comparative survey focuses on parties in four Nordic countries, including Norway, which remains outside the EU. Contents: List of Tables * List of Figures * Preface * Notes on the Authors * Parties and the Challenge of Multi-Level Politics * Principals, Agents, Parties and the EU * Denmark: Party Agents on Tight Leashes * Finland: From Permissive Consensus to Angry Birds? * Norway: Strong Yet Marginalised Parties * Sweden: Power to the Parliamentarians? * Conclusions: Nordic Political Parties, European Union and the Challenge * References February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 264PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / China - The Political Philosophy of the Middle Kingdom Tongdong Bai, Fudan University, Shanghai What is the message of China s rise as an economic and political power? Tongdong Bai addresses this pressing question by examining the history of political theories and practices from China s past, and showing how it impacts upon the present.chinese political traditions are often viewed as authoritarian (in contrast with Western democratic traditions), but the historical reality is much more complex and there is a need to understand the political values shaping China. Bai argues that the debates between China s two main political theories - Confucianism and Legalism - anticipate themes in modern political thought and offer resources for thinking about contemporary political problems.this groundbreaking work offers a insight into the political history and thought of a nation. Contents: Introduction * 1. Modernity Before Its Time : The Historical Context of Classical Chinese Political Thought * 2. The Middle Way of Confucianism, Part I: Humanity as the New Social Glue * 3. The Middle Way of Confucianism, Part II: Equality-Based Mobile Hierarchy * 4. Daoism: Return to the Age of Innocence * 5. The Legalists: Builders of Modern Bureaucracy and Institutions * 6. Later Developments: the Middle Way * 7. Concluding remarks: the Contemporary Relevance of Traditional Chinese Political Philosophy World Political Theories November 2012 US 177PP Hardback $ / Paperback $29.95 / Published by Zed Books Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 5

6 business GLOBALIZATION, & MANAGEMENT THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Pilgrimage, Politics, and International Relations Religious Semantics for World Politics Mariano Barbato, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania A standout contribution to post-secular IR theory, this book addresses issues of global politics, from cooperation to conflict, and shows how a religious metaphor, the pilgrim, can help us to rethink our concepts of self, agency, and community in a time of changing world order. Contents: Prologue: Imagine * Postsecular Pilgrimage: The Idea of the Book * Global Return of Religion: Clash or Engagement * Self: Pilgrim, Nomad, Homo Faber * Agency: Pilgrimage between Departure and Destiny * Community: The Pilgrim s Cosmopolitan Communitarian Companions * The Pilgrim s Policy Conclusions: Cooperation, Conflict, Change * Pilgrim City: Seeing IR Again for the First Time * Epilogue: D - Destiny or F - Freedom Culture and Religion in International Relations December 2012 UK / January 2013 US 240PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Territories of Citizenship Edited by Ludvig Beckman, Stockholm University, Sweden, and Eva Erman, Stockholm University, Sweden A comprehensive exploration of theories of citizenship and inclusiveness in an age of globalization. The authors analyze democracy and the political community in a transnational context, using new critical, conceptual and normative perspectives on the borders, territories and political agents of the state. Contents: Citizens and Resident Aliens; Andrew Mason * Is Residence Special?; Ludvig Beckman * Naturalisation, Desert and the Symbolic Meaning of Citizenship; Sune Laegaard * Democratic Agents and Agents of Democracy in Multilayered Governance; Eva Erman * The Practical Conditions of Sovereignty of the People; Christine Chwaszcza * The Limits of Post-Territorial Political Community; David Chandler * Making Global Governance Public; Kenneth Baynes * Initial Citizenship and Rectificatory Secessions; Jouni Reinikainen Palgrave Studies in Citizenship Transitions July 2012 UK / September 2012 US 192PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The End of Conceit Western Rationality after Postcolonialism Patrick Chabal, University of London, UK In this radical new book, Patrick Chabal addresses the crucial issue of why the manner in which we in the West approach key political, social, and economic issues in today s globalized world - our traditional assumptions about Western rationality - is fatally constrained by an overly deterministic tradition of thought and enquiry. Presenting such provocative questions as is it a good idea to build mosques in Europe? and is Beckham the new black icon?, Chabal explores why this is the case and how the challenges of the non-west - both in terms of what is happening in regions such as Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East as well as how the non-west is present in our own societies - ought to make us fundamentally re-think how we approach, explain, and attempt to manage our world. How, ultimately, it should lead to the end of Western conceit. Contents: Preface * Introduction * West and non-west * Western rationality and postcolonialism * Rationality, theory and thinking * 1 The problem * At home * Abroad * 2. Identities * Who are we? * Who are the others? * Why is the West more advanced? * Why is the non-west a threat? * 3. Ideas * Individual * Society * Freedom * Faith * Market * Change * 4. Interpretations * To think is to theorise * To theorise is to explain * To explain is to act * To act is to think (again) * Epilogue: Three questions * Secularism * Human rights * Sovereignty * Bibliography September 2012 US 288PP Hardback $ / Paperback $26.95 / Published by Zed Books Freedom vs Necessity in International Relations Human-Centred Approaches to Security and Development David Chandler, University of Westminster, UK This ground-breaking book presents a radical challenge to such approaches, arguing that solutions to the world s problems are not understood within external structures of economic, political and social relations, but instead with individuals and groups often the most marginal and powerless. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Subject of Governance 2. From Freedom to Necessity 3. Resilience and the Self-Production of Society 4. Development and Human Agency 5. The Social Construction of Difference 6. Empowerment and Human Security 7. Conclusion: Reasserting Human Freedom April 2013 US 224PP Hardback $ / Paperback $39.95 / Published by Zed Books 6

7 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND business POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY Children of Immigrants in a Globalized World A Generational Experience Enzo Colombo, University of Milan, Italy, and Paola Rebughini, University of Milan, Italy This book explores the generational experience of children of immigrants growing up in an increasingly globalized and interconnected world, comparing the lives of Mediterranean youths with those from America and Northern Europe. Contents: Introduction * The Future of the Second Generation in a Globalized World * Framing Contexts and Actors * A Specific Generational Location * Multiple Belonging * Complex Identifications * Children of Immigrants in Search of Justness Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 216PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Media Power and The Transformation of War Chiara de Franco, King s College London, UK Do the news media have any role in the transformation of war and warfare? Focusing on television, this book argues that the news media alters the cognitive and strategic environment of the actors of war and politics and therefore changes the way these interact with one another. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * PART I: MEDIA POWER: A RADICAL VIEW * Media Effects * Media Power * For a new analytical framework * The sources of power: The image and the Arena * A Four-dimensional definition * Two Case Studies * Looking for Media Effects * PART II: POWER OVER THE AGENDA * Agending Kosovo * Agending Afghanistan * Comparison and Conclusions * PART III: POWER OVER THE PROCESS * Real Time Kosovo * Real Time Afghanistan * Comparison and Conclusions * PART IV: POWER OVER THE CHANNEL * Media Diplomacy In Kosovo * Media Diplomacy in Afghanistan * Comparison and Conclusions * PART V: POWER OVER THE INSTRUMENTS * Kosovo s Semiotic War * The Airstrikes * Afghanistan s Semiotic War * Operation Enduring Freedom * Comparison and Conclusions * PART VI: CONCLUSIONS * Media Power Clarified * The Medium and the System * Implications for Warfare * What s Next * Notes October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 232PP / 2 b/w tables, 2 diagrams Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Geopolitical Economy After US Hegemony, Globalization and Empire Radhika Desai, University of Manitoba, Canada Geopolitical Economy radically reinterprets the historical evolution of the world order, as a multi-polar world emerges from the dust of the financial and economic crisis. Radhika Desai offers a radical critique of the theories of US hegemony, globalisation and empire which dominate academic international political economy and international relations, revealing their ideological origins in successive failed US attempts at world dominance through the dollar. Desai revitalizes revolutionary intellectual traditions which combine class and national perspectives on the relations of producing nations. At a time of global upheavals and profound shifts in the distribution of world power, Geopolitical Economy forges a vivid and compelling account of the historical processes which are shaping the contemporary international order. Contents: Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * 1. Introduction: Why Geopolitical Economy? * 2. The Materiality of Nations * 3. The US Imperial Career * 4. Ambition and Realities * 5. The Retrospection of Hegemony Stability Theory * 6. Renewal? * 7. Globalization? * 8. Empire? * 9. Conclusion: The Multipolar Moment * References * Index The Future of World Capitalism February 2013 US 240PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $32.00 / Published by Pluto Press Municipal Policing in the European Union Comparative Perspectives Daniel Donnelly, University of the West of Scotland, Hamilton, UK This book applies a model of municipal policing to compare a number of police systems in the European Union suggesting that in the future local communities will have some form of police enforcement mechanism that will not always include the sworn police officer. Crime Prevention and Security Management January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 240PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 7

8 business GLOBALIZATION, & MANAGEMENT THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Globalization, Police Reform and Development Doing it the Western Way? Graham Ellison, Queen s University Belfast, Ireland, and Nathan Pino, Texas State University, USA This volume presents a unique examination of Western-led police reform efforts by theoretically linking neoliberal globalization, police reform and development. The authors present seven country case studies based on this theoretical and conceptual approach and assess the prospects for successful police reform in a global context. Contents: List of Tables * Acknowledgements * About the Authors * Introduction * 1. Neoliberal Globalisation, Insecurity, and Police Reform * 2. Development Paradigms, Neoliberalism, and Human Security - Western Style * 3. Donor Export and Police Development Assistance * 4. Afghanistan * 5. Brazil * 6. Iraq * 7. Northern Ireland * 8. South Africa * 9. Trinidad and Tobago * 10. Turkey * 11. The Contextual Limits of Police Reform * 12. Conclusion * Bibliography * Index Transnational Crime, Crime Control and Security September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 272PP / 3 b/w tables Hardback / $80.00 / CN$92.00 / Human Rights, Migration, and Social Conflict Toward a Decolonized Global Justice Ariadna Estévez, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico Human Rights, Migration, and Social Conflict uses human rights as part of a constructivist methodology designed to establish a causal relationship between human rights violations and different types of social and political conflict in Europe and North America. Contents: Human Rights and Conflict in Modern Migration: A Structural Relationship * Human Rights in the Securitization of Cooperation for Development and of Borders, and the Toughening of Asylum Policy * Human Rights in the Criminalization of Migration and the Marginalization Resulting From Social Discrimination * Conflict and Human Rights: the Consequences of Denying Human Rights * Against Citizenship: Intertextuality and the Human Rights to Mobility * Decolonized Global Justice and the Rights to Mobility: Taking the Human Rights of Migrants Seriously * Conclusion: Is Decolonized Global Justice Viable for Preventing Conflicts Related to the Denial of Human Rights to Immigrants? June 2012 UK / July 2012 US 236PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Islam in the West Key Issues in Multiculturalism Edited by Max Farrar, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, Simon Robinson, The University of Leeds, UK, Yasmin Valli, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, and Paul Wetherly, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK Islam in the West contributes to understanding of the contemporary relationship between Muslims and the Western societies in which they live, focusing particularly on the UK. Chapters reflect on the nature of multiculturalism, as well as a wide range of specific aspects of daily life, including religious dialogue, gender, freedom of speech and politics. June 2012 UK / August 2012 US 304PP / 3 b/w tables Hardback / $ / CN$ / Stateless Nations Western European Regional Nationalisms and the Old Nations Julius W. Friend, George Washington University, USA Why are regional nationalisms threatening the old nations? This book explores examples such as why Scotland might become independent, why Wales wants more autonomy, and why Catalonia emphasizes its distinctive language and institutions but does not want separation from Spain. Stateless Nations explores the historical roots of modern nationalisms. Contents: Scotland * Wales * Catalonia * The Basque Country and Galicia * Flanders, with or Without Belgium * The French Exception * Carriers of Identity * The Stateless Nations and the European Union * Conclusion May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

9 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND business POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY The Politics of International Migration Management Edited by Martin Geiger, University of Osnabruck, Germany, and Antoine Pécoud, University of Paris VII and University of Poitiers, France Throughout the world, governments and intergovernmental organizations such as the International Organization for Migration are developing new approaches aimed at renewing migration policy-making. This book critically analyses the actors, discourses and practices of migration management. Migration, Minorities and Citizenship July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 336PP / 1 b/w table Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Islam, Migration and Integration The Age of Securitization Edited by Ayhan Kaya, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey Now available in paperback. An exploration of contemporary debates on migration and integration, focussing on Euro-Muslims. It critically engages with republicanist and multiculaturalist policies of integration and claims that integration means more than cultural and linguistic assimilation of migrant communities. Contents: Preface * List of Maps * List of Tables * List of Figures * Introduction * Germany: From Segregation to Integration * France: From Integration to Segregation * Belgium: A Culturally Divided Land * The Netherlands: From Multiculturalism to Assimilation * Building Communities: Comfort in Purity * Accomodation of Islam: Individualization vs. Institutionalization Islamophobia as a Form of Governmentality: Unbearable Weightiness of the Politics of Fear * Conclusion: Transnationalizing Integration * Bibliography Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 288PP / 12 figures, 32 b/w tables, 2 maps Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Migrant Smuggling Irregular Migration from Asia and Africa to Europe Anna Triandafyllidou, European University Institute, Italy, and Thanos Maroukis, European University Institute, Italy An exploration the phenomenon of irregular migration, notably the organization and role of migrant smuggling networks in aiding irregular migration from Asia and Africa to Europe. It also discusses how migration control policies in southern European countries shape the migrant smuggling phenomenon and the smuggling business. Contents: List of Tables, Maps and Figures * Preface * Acknowledgements * Irregular Migration and Human Smuggling from Asia and Africa to Europe * Migrant Smuggling from Africa to Spain, Italy and Malta: A Comparative Overview * The South-eastern Mediterranean: The Greece-Turkey Irregular Migration System * Human Smuggling from/via North Africa and Turkey to Greece * Human Smuggling from/via Asia and Turkey * From Greece to Europe: Migrant Smuggling from Greece Onwards * Trafficking in Human Beings * Migrant Smuggling: A Social Business * Bibliography * References * Index Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship April 2012 UK / May 2012 US 256PP / 25 figures, 10 maps, 2 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Children in Crisis Seeking Child-Sensitive Policy Responses Edited by Caroline Harper, Overseas Development Institute, UK, Nicola Jones, Overseas Development Institute, UK, Ronald U. Mendoza, Asian Institute of Management, The Philippines, David Stewart, UNICEF, Uganda, and Erika Strand, UNICEF, Mexico Experts from the global North and South analyze the implications of economic crises on children, with a particular focus on the emerging evidence from the recent global economic crisis and food and fuel price volatility of They point out key policy responses deployed by governments and international agencies. Rethinking International Development series May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 288PP / 39 b/w tables, 32 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 9

10 business GLOBALIZATION, & MANAGEMENT THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY Reevaluating NAFTA Theory and Practice Imtiaz Hussain, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico Depicting NAFTA to be but a stepping stone rather than final product of regional economic integrative efforts, a chapterspecific 15-year assessment conveys the upsides and downsides of North America s Camelot moment. Contents: Nafta s Fifteen Year Itch * North American Economic Integration in Theoretical Context: Neo-Functionalism or not Functional? * Investment: Sticky Fingers? * Nafta s Dispute Settlement Mechanism: Designs, 15-Year Performances, Comparisons * Nafta & Intellectual Property Rights * Increasing Nafta Trade Trends: Incidental or Institutional? * Pooling Empirical Observations: Nafta an Integrative Camelot? * Players Under the Microscope * Conclusions/Implications December 2012 UK / December 2012 US 234PP / 10 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Global Migration Challenges in the Twenty-First Century Edited by Kavita R. Khory, Mount Holyoke College, USA In this collection, distinguished scholars investigate how forced and voluntary migrations intersect with global politics, from economic and environmental crises to human rights and security. Contents: Introduction; Kavita R. Khory * The Securitization of Climate-Induced Migration: Climate Change, Environmental Security, and Borders in a Warming World; G.White * Taking Gender Seriously in Asylum and Refugee Policies; J.Freedman * The Economic Security of Refugees and IDPs: Social Capital, Remittances and Humanitarian Assistance; K.Jacobsen * Highly Educated Emigration from Low Income Countries: Turning Pain Into Gain; S.Rafi Khan * Free Speech or Hate Speech: The Danish Cartoon Controversy in the European Legal Context; E.Bleich * Deciding to Jump: Immigration, Gender and Civic Engagement; C.Brettell * Poles Apart: The Politics of Illegal Immigration in America; D.Tichenor * A Public Goods Approach to Managing Migration; J.Hollifield * Why Not the Whole World: Ethical Dilemmas of Immigration Policy; A.R.Zolberg * Conclusion; Kavita R. Khory October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 266PP / 2 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Discourses and Politics of Migration in Europe Edited by Umut Korkut, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, Gregg Bucken-Knapp, University of Stirling, UK, Aidan McGarry, University of Brighton, UK, Jonas Hinnfors, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and Helen Drake, Loughborough University, UK This book is a comprehensive study of migration politics in ten European countries, tracing how language, discourse, and political parties matter to migration policymaking. Contents: Contents * Acknowledgements * Preface; Martin Schain * Immigration and Integration Policies: Assumptions and Explanations; Umut Korkut, Gregg Bucken-Knapp and Aidan McGarry * PART I: CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOREIGNER * 1. Whose Interests Do Radical Right Parties Really Represent? The Migration Policy Agenda of the Swiss People s Party between * Nativism and Neoliberalism; Alexandre Afonso * 2. Domestic Work, Gender and Migration in Turkey: Legal Framework Enabling Social Reality; Hande Eslen-Ziya and Umut Korkut * 3. Getting the Message Across: Struggling with EU Safe Country Practices in Asylum; Sarah Craig * PART II: HOST NATIONS * 4. The Politicization of Roma as an Ethnic Other : Security Discourse in France and the Politics of Belonging; Aidan McGarry and Helen Drake * 5. Good and Bad Immigrants: The Economic Nationalism of the True Finns Immigration Discourse; Mikko Kuisma * 6. A Two-way Process of Accommodation Public Perceptions of Integration Along the Migration-mobility Continuum; Kesi Mahendran * PART III: LAW AND ORDER * 7. Asylum Policy Responsiveness in Scandinavia; Frøy Gudbrandsen * 8. The Multilevel Governance of Migrant Integration: A Multi-level Governance Perspective on Dutch Migrant Integration Policies; Peter Scholten * 9. Ideology and Entry Policy: Why Center-Right Parties in Sweden Support Open Door Migration Policies; Andrea Spehar, Gregg Bucken-Knapp and Jonas Hinnfors * 10. The Discourses and Politics of Migration: Policy, Methodology, and Theory; Umut Korkut, Jonas Hinnfors and Helen Drake * Notes * Bibliography * Index Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 256PP / 6 charts Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Parliament and Diaspora in Europe Michel S. Laguerre, University of California at Berkeley, USA This book analyzes the unfolding of a new institutional phenomenon: the cosmonational parliament of the crossborder nation and the expanded state, focusing on three European national parliaments, namely the French Senate, the Italian Chamber of Representatives and Senate, and the Croatian unicameral parliament. Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series April 2013 UK / April 2013 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

11 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND business POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY Practicing Democracy Local Activism and Politics in France and Finland Eeva Luhtakallio, University of Helsinki, Finland Focusing on France and Finland, the book defines politicization as the key process in understanding democracy in different cultural contexts and shows a nuanced picture of two opposite models of European politics. Contents: List of Tables * List of Photos * Check-in * A Sociological Travelogue * Local Scenes of Global Action: Group Styles of Local Collective Action and the Place of Politics * Citizenship and Gender in Local Activism * Visual Frames of Representing the Local Society * Framing Democracy: Participation and Representation by Activists and Politicians * Justifying in the Local Public Sphere: Newspaper Representations of Encounters between Citizens and Cities * The Souvenirs: Politicization and Local Civic Practices in France and Finland * Methods Appendix * Data Appendix * Bibliography * Endnotes * Index May 2012 UK / July 2012 US 264PP / 39 b/w photos, 6 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Liberal States and the Freedom of Movement Selective Borders, Unequal Mobility Steffen Mau, University of Bremen, Germany, Heike Brabandt, University of Bremen, Germany, Lena Laube, University of Bremen, Germany, and Christof Roos, University of Bremen, Germany State borders regulate cross-border mobility and determine peoples chances to travel, work, and study across the globe. This book looks at how global mobility is defined by borders in 2011 in comparison to the 1970s. The authors trace the transformation of OECD-state borders in recent decades and show how borders have become ever more selective. Contents: Introduction * Nation-State Building and the Regulation of Mobility * Globalization and the Challenge of Mobility * Visa Policies and the Regulation of Territorial Access * The Spatial Flexibilization of Border Control * Internationalization of Border Policies * Varieties of Border Policies * New Control and Selectivity Arrangements Transformations of the State June 2012 UK / June 2012 US 280PP / 15 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Evolution of European Identities Biographical Approaches Borders and Crime Pre-Crime, Mobility and Serious Harm in an Age of Globalization Edited by Robert Miller, Queen s University of Belfast, UK, with Graham Day, University of Wales, Bangor, UK Through in-depth analysis of interviews from across Europe, this book explores how European citizens identify themselves with Europe and the development of a European mental space. Identities and Modernities in Europe June 2012 UK / August 2012 US 328PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Edited by Sharon Pickering, Monash University, Australia, and Jude McCulloch, Monash University, Australia The collection considers the growing importance of the border as a prime site for criminal justice activity and explores the impact of border policing on human rights and global justice. It covers a range of subjects from e-trafficking, child soldiers, the global war on terror in Africa and police activities that generate crime. Contents: List of Tables and Figures * Notes on Contributors * List of Abbreviations * Introduction; S.Pickering & J.McCulloch * The Processes of Criminalization of Migrants and the Borders of Fortress Europe ; D.Melossi * Policing a World in Motion; L.Weber * Female Migrants: Sex, Value, and Credibility in Immigration Control; M.Marmo & E.Smith * The State, Virtual Borders and E-trafficking: Between Fact and Fiction; S.Milivojevic * Criminal Justice/Social Justice: The Co-optation and Insulation of Organizational Wrongdoing; G.Cavender & N.Jurik * Biosecurity and State-Corporate Interests; R.White * Trafficking, Child Soldiers and Globalization of the Legal Field; P.Olsson * Restorative Justice, Globalization and the Logic of Empire; C.Cunneen * (Un)Controlled Operations: Undercover in the Security Control Society; D.Wilson & J.McCulloch * Manufacturing Terror: The Promotion of the Long War ; J.Keenan Transnational Crime, Crime Control and Security September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 216PP / 2 b/w tables, 3 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 11

12 business GLOBALIZATION, & MANAGEMENT THE STATE AND POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY How to Look Good in a War Justifying and Challenging State Violence Brian Rappert, University of Exeter, UK How to Look Good in A War examines the methods used to depict, defend, and justify the use of state violence. Many books have shown how truth is the first casualty of war but this is the first to analyze exactly how pro-war narratives are constructed and normalized. Brian Rappert details the upside-down world of war in which revelation conceals, knowledge fosters uncertainty, and transparency obscures. He looks at government spin during recent wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya where officials maneuver between circulating and withholding information. Examining how organized violence is justified, How to Look Good in A War draws on experiences from recent controversy to consider how ignorance about the operation of war is produced and how concerned individuals and groups can intervene to make a difference. Contents: Introduction: Grasping Shadows * Part I: Partial Revelations * 1. Show and Tell: Distortion, Accuracy, and WMD * 2. Estimating Ignorance * 3. Disabling Discourses: International Law, Legitimacy, and the Politics of Balance * Part II: Dialogues * 4. Open Conversations and Public Secrets?: The Banning of Cluster Munitions * 5. Binding Options * 6. Framing and Framed: The Category of Explosive Violence * Conclusion. Pulling Back * Notes * Index September 2012 US 224PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $28.00 / Published by Pluto Press European Cosmopolitanism in Question Edited by Roland Robertson, University of Aberdeen, UK, and Anne Sophie Krossa, University of Siegen, Germany Including a stellar line-up of international scholars, this book is an ambitious analysis of cosmopolitanism that will push the debate into new arenas, open up new lines of inquiry and have an impact on the study of globalization and global processes for years to come. Contents: List of Tables * Introduction; A.Krossa & R.Robertson * Why European Cosmopolitanism?; A.Krossa * Some Comments on Cosmopolitanism and Europe; R.Holton * Cosmopolitanism in Social Theory: An Ambivalent Defense; D.Chernilo * Divided Time: Notes on Cosmopolitanism and the Theory of Second Modernity; A.Langenohl * Cosmopolitanism as a Concept for Tolerant Demarcation; J.Schraten * Cosmopolitan Liberalism and its Limits; C.Calhoun * Cosmopolitan Trends across World Regions: Discerning a European Exceptionalism; V.Roudometof & W.Haller * The Obama Effect: Confronting the Political and and the Cosmopolitics of the Real; P.Werbner * European Cosmopolitanism and the Global Field; R.Robertson * Bibliography * Index Europe in a Global Context April 2012 UK / June 2012 US 216PP / 6 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Paperback / $28.00 / CN$32.00 / The Globalization of Strangeness Chris Rumford, University of London, UK In this original and highly readable volume, Rumford moves debate beyond the figure of the stranger as an intrusion from outside toward strangeness as a feature of the human condition in an epoch of globalization. - Robert Holton, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Trinity College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland This book explores the place of the stranger within contemporary society against a background of societal strangeness which occurs when global consciousness outstrips global connectivity. Contents: Preface * Introduction: When Neighbours Become Strangers * The Unchanging Stranger: A Critical Survey of the Literature * Ulrich Beck: A Perspectival Account of Strangeness * The Global Context: Rethinking Strangers and Neighbours * The Cricketing Stranger : The London Bombings and the Homegrown Terrorist * The Cosmopolitan Stranger: A Thesis * Representing the Stranger: Film and Television * Conclusion January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 216PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Multinational Federalism Problems and Prospects Edited by Michel Seymour, University of Montreal, Canada, and Alain-G Gagnon, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada A collection of state of the art reflections by fourteen leading experts in the field of multinational federalism. Seymour and Gagnon have gathered contributions from philosophers, political scientists and jurists dealing with the accommodation of peoples in countries like Belgium, Canada, Europe, Great Britain, India and Spain. Contents: Introduction - Multinational Federalism: Questions and Queries; M.Seymour& A-G.Gagnon * PART I: THEORETICAL MATTERS * Multinational Federalism in Multinational Federation; M.Burgess * Three Theories of Liberalism for the Three Theories of Federalism. A Hegelian Turn; F.Requejo * What Theorists of Nationalism have to Learn from Multinational States; P.Resnick * PART II: THE EUROPEAN EXPERIMENT * The European Union, a Plurinational Federation in Sensu Cosmopolitico; H.Dumont * Reforging the Nation. Britain, Scotland and the Crisis of Unionism; M.Keating * The United Kingdom s Experiment in Asymmetric Autonomy, and the Lessons Learned; J.McGarry * Does Devolution Foster Separatism? The Case of Catalonia; M.Guibernau * Politics and Public Sphere in Belgium. What the Case of a Federal Multilingual Country can Contribute to the Debate on Transnational Public Spheres, and Vice Versa; D.Sinardet * PART III: OTHER CASE STUDIES * Asymmetry and Change in the Canadian Federation: The Limits of Political Accommodation in a Multination State; R.Iacovino & J.Erk * The Consequences of Drafting Constitutions for Constituent States in Federal Countries; J.Dinan * Should Indian Federalism Be Called Multinational?; R.Bhargava * Conclusion; M.Seymour& A-G.Gagnon Comparative Territorial Politics May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 304PP / 7 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ /

13 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE AND business POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY The Middle East and Globalization Encounters and Horizons Edited by Stephan Stetter, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany The Middle East and Globalization discusses past and contemporary political, societal, economic, and cultural trends in the Middle East against the background of comprehensive theories of globalization. The chapters draw on a shared methodological approach, looking at the fractures and horizons of globalization that are shaping the Middle East. December 2012 UK / December 2012 US 284PP / 1 b/w photo Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Micro and Meso Levels of Activism A Comparative Case Study of Attac France and Germany Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa, Canada Focusing on the Attac movements in France and Germany, this book seeks to explain the dramatic differences that exist between the individual and organisational levels of activism. The author derives engagement patterns for various types of activists and develops a typology of social movement organisations positing possible trends in membership. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Social Movement Scholarship: What do We Know and What is Still Unclear * 2. The Alter-Globalization Movement and Attac * 3. The Methods and the Interview Sample * 4. The Trajectory of Attac France * 5. The Trajectory of Attac Germany * 6. Why, When and how Much are People Involved? * Conclusion * Appendix 1: The Interview and Coding Scheme for this Study * The Interview Scheme * The Coding Scheme * Appendix 2: The Organizational Structure of Attac France * Appendix 3: The Organizational Structure of Attac Germany * Appendix 4: The Interviews * France * Germany Interest Groups, Advocacy and Democracy Series March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Understanding the Globalization of Intelligence Adam D.M. Svendsen, International Relations and Strategic Studies, UK In this concise introduction to the complexities of contemporary western intelligence and its dynamics during an era of globalization, Adam Svendsen discusses intelligence cooperation in the early twentyfirst century, with a sharp focus on counterterrorism and WMD counter-proliferation during the War on Terror. Contents: List of Illustrations * Preface * Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * Interview Notes * PART I: BACKGROUND * Unpacking Intelligence and Liaison: Understanding Basics, Drivers and Underlying Mechanisms * PART II: THE GLOBALIZATION OF INTELLIGENCE IN ACTION * The Burgeoning Globalization of Intelligence : Intelligence Cooperation in Practice * Photographs of Various Participants in UK- US Relations and their Interactions * Overview: From Intelligence to Globalized Intelligence during an Era of Terror, Crises, and Organized Crime * Anatomy and Introducing Theory: Why Reach Matters * PART III: CONCLUSIONS * Where Next? Strategy and Policy-Orientated Suggestions for the Future * Clarifying the Globalization nexus: Explaining the Globalization of Intelligence in the Broader Context and Theory Conclusions August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 264PP / 8 b/w illustrations, 1 figure Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Inevitable Democracy in the Arab World New Realities in an Ancient Land Wissam S. Yafi, Harvard University, USA 'Wissam Yafi is one of the emerging young leaders of the new Middle East on whom the region s destiny rests. This ambitious book ranges over the economic, social, political, and technological determinants of the fortunes of the region and charts a democratic course for its future. - Dani Rodrik, Rafiq Hariri Professor of International Political Economy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Wissam S. Yafi argues that there are four dynamics leading to inevitable change in the Arab region: geopolitical, geoeconomic, geosocial, and technological. Yafi comes to the conclusion that no system will be able to support the dynamics in place except for democracy. Contents: PART I: NEW REALITIES * Geopolitical Realities: Game Changers * Geo-Economic Realities: It s the Economy Stupid * Geo-social Realities: Babies Everywhere * Technological Realities: Virtual Genie * PART II: INEVITABLE ARAB DEMOCRACY * The Paradox of Arab Weakness * Change and Potential Outcomes * Myths and Misconceptions of Arab Democracy * Islam and Democracy * Epilogue: Impending Arab Dip and the Role of the International Community July 2012 UK / May 2012 US 226PP / 6 b/w tables Paperback / $29.00 / CN$33.50 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 13

14 GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE business AND POLITICAL & MANAGEMENT SOCIOLOGY Science, Development, and Sovereignty in the Arab World A. B. Zahlan, Consultant Zahlan s detailed study examines recent and current performance of Arab countries and their organizations in scientific research in relation to their socio-economic development. It shows that the Arab countries are severely handicapped by a political economy dominated by technological dependence, corruption, and limited research collaboration. Contents: Background * R&D in the Arab World * R&D and Its Functions * Science, Universities and Enterprise * Scientific Collaboration in the Arab World * International Collaboration of Arab Scientists * Seeding the Arab World * Science and National Security * Science and Poverty * Building Organizations: Learning, Adapting, Accumulating, Integrating * Municipalities, Science and Technology * Future Prospects July 2012 UK / July 2012 US 186PP / 8 figures, 14 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Global Governance Constructing a Global Polity Theory, Discourse and Governance Thomas Olaf Corry, The Open University, UK This book breaks new ground by offering a model of structure beyond hierarchy and anarchy, specifying how we would recognise a global polity. Corry acknowledges that whilst states still have a purpose, we are beginning to govern the global. Contents: Preface * List of Figures and Tables * Introduction * PART I * 1. Post-internationalism and the Global Polity * 2. Global Polity as Modified Anarchy * 3. Global Polity as Global State * 4. Second-order Globalism * 5. Constitutive Globalist Discourse * 6. Global Governmentality and the Domestic Analogy * 7. The Domestic Backdrop to Governmentality * 8. Three Domestic Fallacies in Global Governmentality Literature * 9. Global Analytics * 10. Models of Political Structure in World Politics Theory * 11. Pictures of Political Structure * 12. What is a (Global) Polity? * 13. Existing Definitions of Polity * 14. The Structure of Polity * 15. Variations on the Polity Theme * 16. A Global Polity? * PART II * 17. Governing Globality for Local Autonomy * 18. Global Radical Problematization * 19. Global Radical Utopia * 20. Global Radical Governance-objects * 21. Global-radical Subjects * 22. Global Governance for Local Autonomy * 23. The Global Market Polity * 24. Global Liberal Problematization * 25. Global Liberal Governance-objects? * 26. Global Liberal Utopia * 27. Global Liberal Governance-subjects * 28. Global-liberal Discourse: the Age of True Liberalism * 29. Discursive Implications: Peddling the Global Market Polity * 30. The Global-Domestic Polity * 31. What is the Problematization? * 32. The Governance-object: Globalization as Global Society * 33. The Utopia: Global Equality * 34. Global Governance Governance-subjects * 35. Discursive Implications: Peddling a Global Domestic Polity? * 36. Constructing a Global Polity * 37. Theoretical Reflection * 38. A Glimpse of a Global Polity? * 39. The Emerging Global Polity Research Agenda * Bibliography March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 240PP / 4 figures, 3 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Immigration Policymaking in the Global Era In Pursuit of Global Talent Natasha T. Duncan, Mercyhurst College, USA Through a comparative case study analysis of the United Kingdom and Germany, with references to the United States, this study examines the impetuses for and processes by which governments came to choose the points system for immigration control. Contents: The Demand For Skilled Migrants: Domestic and International Factors * Immigration Policy Alternatives * Immigration Policymaking in the Global Era: Three Theories * Britain: From Zero-Immigration to Economic Migration * Germany: Moving Toward Modern Immigration Policy * Conclusion: Balancing Political Needs and Economic Realities May 2012 UK / May 2012 US 190PP / 2 figures, 12 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

15 business GLOBAL & MANAGEMENT GOVERNANCE Global Civil Society 2012 Ten Years of Critical Reflection Edited by Mary Kaldor, LSE, UK, Henrietta L. Moore, University of Cambridge, UK, and Sabine Selchow, LSE, UK Activists and academics look back over ten years of politics from below, and ask whether it is merely the critical gaze upon the concept that has changed or whether there is something genuinely new about the way in which civil society is now operating. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION * The Global Civil Society Yearbook: Lessons and Insights ; H.Anheier, M.Kaldor & M.Glasius * Global Civil Society and the Internet: Time to Update Our Perspective; H.Moore & S.Selchow * PART II: DEMOCRACY AND CITIZENSHIP * The Arab Awakening: The Crisis of Dictatorship and Civil Society; B.Dreano * Lost in Transformation : The Crisis of Democracy and Civil Society; F.Miszlivetz * Passionate Publics in Mediated Civil Society; B.Blaagaard * PART III: PEACE AND JUSTICE * A Decade of the War on Terror and the Responsibility to Protect ; M.Kaldor * Pro-Roma Global Civil Society: Acting For, With or Instead of Roma?; A.Kóczé & M.Rövid * Cluster Munitions and Civil Society: The Building Blocks of a Global Campaign; T.Nash * PART IV: ECONOMY AND SOCIETY * The Rise of the Civil Economy; R.Murray * The World Social Forum Ten Years On: Internationalisation without Institutionalisation; G.Pleyers * PART V: RECORDS * Bordering on the Unknown: Approaches to Global Civil Society Data; S.Deel, S.Stares & J.Timms * Records;H.Anheier * Chronology of Global Civil Society Events: A Yearbook Retrospective; J.Timms Global Civil Society Yearbook April 2012 UK / May 2012 US 248PP / 7 maps, 7 colour tables, 27 figures Paperback / $41.00 / CN$47.00 / The Europeanization of European Politics From Zapatero to Rajoy Edited by Michael L. Mannin, University of Portsmouth, UK, and Charlotte Bretherton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK This book presents a comparative perspective to the study of European politics, focusing on the unique and transformative effect of European Union on the politics of its member states - in effect, the Europeanization of European politics. Contents: PART I * 1. Europeanization and European Politics; Michael Mannin * PART II: COUNTRY STUDIES * 2. Germany: The EU and a Transforming Political Arena; Patricia Daenhardt * 3. Finland: Towards a More Cautious Europeanization?; Juha Jokela * 4. France: Europeanization of the Fifth Republic Past, Present and Future; Helen Drake * 5. Poland: Europeanization at the Parliamentary Level; Dominika Kasprowicz and Natasza Stycyńska * 6. Britain: Europeanization and the Battle with History; Michael Mannin * 7. Greece: Europeanization and Greek Politics A Critical Assessment; Kostas Geminis and Zoe Lefkofridi * PART III: POLICY STUDIES * 8. Europeanization and Immigration Policy; Gallya Lahav and Adam Luedtke * 9. Europeanization of Health Policy: The Role of EU Institutions; Karen Heard-Lauréote * 10.Energy and Climate Change; John Vogler * 11. Common Foreign and Security Policy; Karolina Pomorska and Nicholas Wright * 12.Development Policy; Charlotte Bretherton * 13.The EU and its Eastern Neighbours the Limits of Europeanization; Paul Flenley * 14. Euro 1.0 : Europeanization Manqué?; Paul McVeigh * PART IV * 15.Conclusion: Evaluating the Europeanization Effect; Michael Mannin Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 272PP / 5 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The European Union and the Council of Europe Marina Kolb, University of Vienna, Austria Marina Kolb traces the relationship between the EU and the Council of Europe in the field of human rights. Applying an implementation literature and management studies-perspective, it argues that the biggest threat to interorganizational cooperation is organizational self-interest, despite a shared policy interest. Contents: List of Charts and Tables * List of Abbreviations * Acknowledgements * PART I * 1. Introduction * 2. Interorganizational Relations A Framework for Analysis * 3. General Relations * PART II: POLICY CASES * 4. Data Protection * 5. Fight against Terrorism * 6. Fight against Roma Discrimination * PART III: INSTITUTIONAL CASES * 7. The Memorandum of Understanding * 8. The Fundamental Rights Agency * PART IV * 9. Conclusion * 10. Appendix * 11. References Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics April 2013 UK / April 2013 US 256PP / 1 chart, 10 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / The Making of Global Health Governance China and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Nicole A. Szlezák, McKinsey & Company, USA A study of governance in the emerging global domain, this book traces the evolution of global public policy making by focusing on four entities: a globalizing sector (health); a global disease (HIV/AIDS); a global organization (the Global Fund); and a major sovereign state (China). September 2012 UK / September 2012 US 208PP / 2 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 15

16 business international & MANAGEMENT political economy International Political Economy Series Edited by Timothy M. Shaw The Political Economy of Divided Islands Unified Geographies, Multiple Polities Edited by Godfrey Baldacchino, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada The authors investigate the exceptional political economy of the ten inhabited islands whose territory is divided amongst two or more countries: that are unitary geographical spaces but fragmented polities. Contents: 1. Introduction: Only Ten: Islands as Uncomfortable Fragmented Polities; Godfrey Baldacchino * 2. Islands as Paradoxical Spaces; Stewart Williams * 3. New Guinea; Ron May, Evangelia Papoutsaki & Patrick Matbob * 4. Borneo (and Sebatik); Taufiq Tanasaldy * 5. Timor; Anthony Soares * 6. Cyprus; Ahmet Sözen * 7. Ireland; Stephen A. Royle * 8. Usedom / Uznam; Maciej Jędrusik * 9. Hispaniola; Marie Redon * 10. Sint Maarten / St Martin; Steven Hillebrink * 11. Tierra del Fuego; Peter van Aert * 12. Bolshoi Ussuriiski / Heixiazi; Akihiro Iwashita * 13. Britain: the Fractured Island; Ray Burnett February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Future of Entrepreneurship in Latin America Edited by Esteban R. Brenes, INCAE, Costa Rica, and Jerry Haar, Florida International University, USA This book examines the outlook for Latin American entrepreneurs in the new global environment. Using case studies from across the region, the book highlights liberalization measures nations are adopting to facilitate small and medium size enterprise (SME) creation and growth, and existing barriers that are threatening SME sector gains. Contents: Introduction: the Emergence of an Entrepreneurial World; J.Haar & E.R.Brenes * Entrepreneurship in Argentina; M.Pradilla * Entrepreneurship in Brazil: the Role of Strategy and the Institutional Environment; A.da Rocha, J.Ferreira da Silva & J.Carneiro * Entrepreneurship in Chile; G.Jiménez & K.Usach * The Emergence of an Entrepreneurial World. Country Case: Colombia; R.Vesga & A.C.Gonzalez * Costa Rica: IT Entrepreneurs Leapfrogging for Innovations; L.J.Sanz & R.Porras * Entrepreneurship in Mexico; V.Jones * The Emergence of an Entrepreneurial World: Peru; K.Nakamatsu, O.Morales & J.Serida * Entrepreneurship in Venezuela: Case Study; R.Vainrub & A.Rodriguez * Conclusion; E.R.Brenes & J.Haar April 2012 UK / May 2012 US 328PP / 59 figures, 26 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Future of US Global Power Delusions of Decline Stuart S. Brown, Syracuse University, USA Dispelling the myth of decline, Stuart Brown argues that the US continues to enjoy the economic, political, cultural and military underpinnings befitting a pre-eminent global power. He provides an analytical tour through the major domestic and foreign policy issues that will impact the United States future position and role in the global system. Contents: US Power Past and Prologue * Dimensions of US Power, Decline and Overstretch * Microeconomic Foundations Innovation, Productivity, and Competitiveness * Macroeconomic Foundations Global Imbalances and the Dollar * Human Security: US Leadership on Counter-Proliferation * Global Public Goods and East Asia * China s Challenge * The Fiscal Deficit * The Politics of Hegemony * Conclusion January 2013 UK / December 2012 US 336PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Climate Change and Global Policy Regimes Towards Institutional Legitimacy Edited by Timothy Cadman, Griffith University, Australia An analysis of the global climate talks and the key human systems threatened by increased greenhouse gas emissions including health, refugee management, energy production, carbon markets and local government. Contents: Introduction: Global Governance and Climate Change; Timothy Cadman * 1. The Discourses of Climate Change; Chris Taylor * 2. A Cooling Climate for Negotiations: Intergovernmentalism and Its Limits ; Fred Gale * 3. Gender and Climate Change: Stakeholder Participation and Conceptual Currency in the Climate Negotiations Regime; Lauren E. Eastwood * 4. Governing Adaptation Policies and Programmes; Geoff Cockfield * 5. Applying an Empirical Evaluation to the Governance Legitimacy of Carbon-offset Mechanisms on the Basis of Stakeholder Perceptions; Timothy Cadman * 6. Evaluating the Clean Development Mechanism; Tek Narayan Maraseni * 7. Stakeholders in Climate Policy Instruments: What Role for Financial Institutions?; Matthew Haigh * 8. Challenges for Global Health Governance in Responding to the Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health; Jeff Gow * 9. Climate Change and Sustainable Water Management; Jamie Pittock * 10. Food Security, Food Sovereignty, and Global Governance Regimes in the Context of Climate Change and Food Availability; Nick Rose * 11. Innovation and Global to Local Energy Governance; Guilherme B. R. Lambais & Guilherme Gonçalves * 12. Climate Change, Population Movements and Governance: Case Studies in Response Mechanisms; Richard Hil * 13. Migration and climate change: global governance regimes and the incorporation of climate change Displacement; Andrea C. Berringer * 14. The ICLEI Cities for Climate Protection Program: Local Government Networks in Urban Climate Governance; Heather Zeppel * 15. The Influence of Non-State Actors on Corporate Climate Change Disclosure; Julie Cotter * Conclusion; Timothy Cadman March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 256PP / 12 b/w photos, 10 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$98.00 /

17 international business political & MANAGEMENT economy Controlling the World Bank and IMF Shareholders, Stakeholders, and the Politics of Concessional Lending Liam Clegg, University of York, UK Liam Clegg provides an innovative reading of where power lies in the institutions concessional lending operations, drawing its focus on shareholders and stakeholders from staffs own understandings of their operational environments. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Shareholder Control and the Rise of Poverty Reduction at the World Bank 3. Shareholder Conflicts and the Rise of Social Spending at the IMF 4. The World Bank and the Reconstruction of Stakeholder Engagement 5. Apolitical Economy and the Limits to Stakeholder Engagement at the IMF 6. Conclusion June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 208PP / 2 b/w tables, 15 b/w photos Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Employment and Development under Globalization State and Economy in Brazil Samuel Cohn, Texas A and M University, USA Cohn lays out a new strategy of how states can produce economic development in poor nations by considering barber shops, beauty parlours, hotels and restaurants in Brazil. Cohn considers the case of nations with budgetary limits that cannot afford to follow the East Asian model, and finds alternative policies that create jobs and reduce poverty. Contents: Rethinking the State and Development: the Importance of Palliative Development * What Would Have Happened if the Government Had Done Nothing * O Connorian Models of Development: How States Literally Build Economic Growth * Major Infrastructure and the Larger Economy: The Central Importance of Airports (with Jessica Schuett) * How Brazilian Vocational Education Reduces Poverty Even if No One Wants to Hire the Trainees * Government Effectiveness in the Face of Debt * Why Reducing Taxes For Employers Does Not Raise Employment * How Rent and Verticalization Can Reduce Employment * Frontier Development as Job Creation With Social Costs * When Does Not Being Green Reduce Employment? (with David Watkins) * Palliative Development and the Great Theories of the State and Economic Growth * Development Strategies in a Post Debt World July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 256PP / 10 tables, 12 graphs Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Contemporary Challenges in Regulating Global Crises Mark Findlay, University of Sydney, Australia Mark Findlay s treatment of regulatory sociability charts the anticipated and even inevitable transition to mutual interest which is the essence of taking communities from shared risk to shared fate. In the context of today s global crises, he explains that for the sake of sustainability, human diversity can bond in different ways to achieve fate. Contents: 1. Hierarchy and Governance; of Shadows or Equivalence 2. Comparative Theories of Regulation 3. Regulatory Instruments, Strategies and Techniques Sticks and Carrots 4. Contexts of Global Regulatory Challenge Compulsion or Compliance? 5. Regulating Communication New Media, Old Challenges 6. Regulating Human Integrity Who Owns Your Body? 7. Regulating Finance and Economies Profit and Beyond 8. Environmental Regulation Liability or Responsibility 9. Regulating Regulation who Guards the Guardian 10. Regulation and Governance beyond Terror/Risk/ Security11. Conclusion: Regulatory Sociability and Regulatory Futures February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 360PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$98.00 / The Diplomacies of Small States Between Vulnerability and Resilience Edited by Andrew F. Cooper, Centre for International Governance Innovation, Canada, and Timothy M. Shaw, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, and University of London, UK This is an in-depth analysis of the various methods used by small states to overcome their vulnerabilities in the international arena. With its balanced approach and variety of contributions, this book is of interest to researchers and academics who focus on the developing world or multilateral diplomacy. November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 328PP / 8 figures, 2 b/w tables Paperback / $37.00 / CN$42.50 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 17

18 business international & MANAGEMENT political economy Regions and Crises New Challenges for Contemporary Regionalisms Edited by Lorenzo Fioramonti, University of Pretoria, South Africa Investigates the intimate relationship between regional governance processes and global crises. Analysing the current turmoil in the European Union, it also looks at regional cooperation and integration in the Arab world, Africa, Asia and Latin America through topical case studies. Contents: Introduction: Regionalism in Times of Crises; L.Fioramonti * PARTI: CRISES, REGIONALISM AND THE FUTURE OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION * Crisis and Regional Integration: a Federalist and Neo-functionalist Perspective; S.von Dosenrode * Surviving through Legitimacy Crises: what Political Integration for Europe?; M.Teló * One for all and all for one : the Global Financial Crisis and the European Project; P.Leblond * The End of Solidarité? The Euro-crisis and the EU Model of Integration; P.Holden * PARTII: CRISES AND REGIONALISM BEYOND EUROPE * A Region of Crises: North Africa under the Influence of Arab, African and European Regionalisms; W.Zank * The EU s Mediterranean Policies after the Arab Revolts: from Crisis to a New Order?; J.P.Cassarino& N.Tocci * Securitizing Migration Crises: the EU, North Africa and Transatlantic Regional Cooperation; M.Ceccorulli * Regionalism in Africa: Development Crises and the Growing Influence of Emerging Powers; M.Qobo& D.Motsamai * Crafted by Crises: Regional Integration and Democracy in South America; E.Mosinger * A Paradigm in Trouble? The Effects of the 2010 Euro-crisis on the European Model for Regional Integration in South America; E.Lazarou * Post-crisis Regional Cooperation in East Asia: New Trends and Developments; E.Koldunova * Conclusion: the Future of Regionalism; L.Fioramonti June 2012 UK / August 2012 US 264PP / 2 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Fair Trade, Sustainability and Social Change Ian Hudson, University of Manitoba, Canada, Mark Hudson, University of Manitoba, Canada, and Mara Fridell, University of Manitoba, Canada The authors critically evaluate the fair trade movement s role in pursuing a more just and environmentally sustainable society. Using fair trade as a case study of the shift toward nonstate forms of governance, they focus on its role not only as a regulatory tool, but as a catalyst for broader social and political transformation. Contents: 1. Things and What They Hide * 2. Car Trunks to Shipping Containers * 3. The Persistence of Poverty * 4. Free Riding and the Fairness Frame * 5. Power and Consumption: Corporate Countermovement and the Threat of Asymmetry * 6. W(h)ither, Fair Trade? * Afterword: Fair Trade in A Boom Market March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 232PP / 6 b/w photos, 8 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Global South Nir Kshetri, University of North Carolina- Greensboro, USA Integrating theories from a wide range of disciplines, Nir Kshetri compares the patterns, characteristics and processes of cybercrime activities in major regions and economies in the Global South such as China, India, the former Second World economies, Latin America and the Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa and Middle East and North Africa. Contents: 1. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Global South: Status, Drivers and Trends * 2. Technological and Global Forces Shaping Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Global South * 3. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Former Second World Economies * 4. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in China * 5. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in India * 6. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Middle East and North African Economies * 7. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in Latin American and Caribbean Economies * 8. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in Sub-Saharan African Economies * 9. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Developing Pacific Island Economies * 10. Discussion, Implications and Concluding Remarks March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Energy Security-Climate Nexus Institutional Change in Britain and Beyond Caroline Kuzemko, Energy Policy Group, University of Exeter, UK Caroline Kuzemko explains how and why change in energy governance takes place and discusses the convoluted UK energy governance system that has emerged between 2000 and the present day. Contents: Introduction: Orthodoxies, Challenge and Change * 1. Perspectives on Energy, Governance and Change * 2. Conceptualising Change and the Pro-Market Energy Policy Paradigm * 3. Historical Context, Ideas and Policy Practice * 4. The Pro-Market Energy Policy Paradigm : Resistance to Change5. The Energy Security Crisis : Russia and the Politicisation of Energy * 6. Unravelling the Ties that Bind: * 7. The Energy Security-Climate Nexus UK and Beyond * June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 256PP / 4 b/w photos, 1 b/w table Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

19 international business political & MANAGEMENT economy Developmental Politics in Transition The Neoliberal Era and Beyond Edited by Chang Kyung-Sup, Seoul National University, South Korea, Ben Fine, University of London, UK, and Linda Weiss, University of Sydney, Australia Blending theory and case studies, this volume explores a vitally important and topical aspect of developmentalism, which remains a focal point for scholarly and policy debates around democracy and social development in the global political economy. Includes case studies from China, Vietnam, India, Brazil, Uganda, South Korea, Ireland, Australia. Contents: Introduction: Neoliberalism and Developmental Politics in Perspective; C.Kyung-Sup, L.Weiss & B.Fine * PART I: DEVELOPMENTAL POLITICS AND NEOLIBERALISM: CRITICAL ISSUES * The Myth of the Neoliberal State; L.Weiss * Kicking Away the Ladder: Neoliberalism and the Real History of Capitalism; C.Ha-Joon * Neo-Liberalism in Retrospect? It s Financialisation, Stupid; B.Fine * Predicaments of Neoliberalism in the Post-Developmental Liberal Context; C.Kyung-Sup * European Welfare States: Neoliberal Retrenchment, Developmental Reinforcement, or Plural Evolutions; P.Abrahamson * PART II: DEVELOPMENTAL POLITICS AND NEOLIBERALISM IN DEVELOPING POLITICAL ECONOMIES * Neoliberalism, Democracy and Development Policy in Brazil; A.Saad-Filho * From Dirgisme to Neoliberalism: Aspects of the Political Economy of the Transition in India; C.P.Chandrasekhar * The Transition from Neoliberalism to State Neoliberalism in China at the Turn of the 21st Century; A.Y.So & Y.Chu * Vietnam between Developmental State and Neoliberalism: The Case of the Industrial Sector; P.Masina * New Developmentalism in the Old Wineskin of Neoliberalism in Uganda; J.Kiiza * PART III: DEVELOPMENTAL POLITICS AND NEOLIBERALISM IN ADVANCED POLITICAL ECONOMIES * Neoliberal Restructuring in South Korea Before and After the Crisis; T.Y.Kong * The Irish Social Partnership Model: From Growth Promotion to Crisis Management?; K.Hyeong-ki * From Developmentalism to Neoliberalism and Back Again? Governing the Market in Australia from the 1980s to the Present; E.Thurbon * PART IV: CONCLUSION AND PROSPECT * Developmental Politics beyond the Neoliberal Era; B.Fine & C.Kyung-Sup August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 352PP / 15 b/w photos, 15 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Least Developed Countries and the WTO Special Treatment in Trade Helen Hawthorne, City University London, UK Helen Hawthorne investigates how norms impact on negotiations in international organisations. She shows that few studies of international organisations focus on the role of the weaker states in the organization, the majority focus either on the major states or the emerging economies. By ignoring the role of the poorer, weaker states in the GATT/WTO we are ignoring the history of these states in the organisation and do not get a true picture of the organization, how it operates in relation to them and their impact on the organisation. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The International Norm of Special Treatment for LDCs * 3. LDCs in the GATT * 4. Norm Institutionalization in the WTO * 5. Case Study 1: Acceding to the Norm: LDCs Accession to the WTO * 6. Case Study 2: Benefitting from Trade: Market Access and LDCs * 7. Case Study 3: Cotton and the LDCs the Litmus Test? * 8. Conclusions June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 208PP / 5 b/w photos, 6 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Basic Income Worldwide Horizons of Reform Edited by Matthew C. Murray, Cardiff University, UK, and Carole Pateman, UCLA, USA In the midst of growing criticism of current economic orthodoxies and welfare systems, basic income is growing in popularity. This is the first book to discuss existing at examples of basic income, in both rich and poor countries, and to consider its prospects in other places around the world. Contents: Introduction * PART I: EXPERIMENTS * The Basic Income Guarantee in the United States: Past Experience, Current Proposals; K.Widerquist & A.Sheahan * Seeing the Sun Rise: The Basic Income Grant Pilot Project in Namibia - Realities and Hopes; C.Haarmann & D.Haarmann * Minimum Income in Brazil: A New Model of Innovation Diffusion; D.B.Coêlho * The Case for Basic Income in Canada; E.L.Forget * PART II: PROPOSALS * Basic Income and Republican Freedom in North and South: Financing Proposals for Catalonia and East Timor; D.Cassassas, J.Wark & D.Raventos * The Continuing Politics of Basic Income in South Africa; J.Seekings & H.Matisonn * Ireland and the Prospects for Basic Income Reform; S.Healy & B.Reynolds * Manifold Possibilities, Peculiar Obstacles Basic Income in the German Debate; S.Liebermann * Prospects for a Tax-Benefit Reforms in New Zealand that Incorporates a Basic Income; K.Rankin * Basic Income in Australia - A Distant Horizon; J.Tomlinson * Conclusion July 2012 UK / September 2012 US 288PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / China s Resource Diplomacy in Africa Powering Development? Marcus Power, University of Durham, UK, Giles Mohan, The Open University, UK, and May Tan-Mullins, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China The book seeks to understand China s evolving political and economic role in Africa and assesses what impacts Chinese aid, trade and investment have on the politics of specific African countries, and the extent to which it excites geopolitical competition. Contents: Introduction: Mediating China-Africa * Contextualising China-Africa Relations * Chinese Policies and its Implications in Africa * Towards a Chinese Socialist Market Economy * Evolving Aid Diplomacy in Africa * Domestic Governance, Regime Stability and African Civil Society * Eco-Politics and Environmental Diplomacy: Chinese Environmental Governance and its Footprints in Africa * The Geopolitics of China-Africa Engagement * Conclusion: Contexts, Changes and Future of China-Africa Relations July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 352PP / 5 b/w tables, 34 b/w photos Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 19

20 business international & MANAGEMENT political economy Resilience of Regionalism in Latin America and the Caribbean Development and Autonomy Edited by Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano, University of Stockholm, Sweden, and José Briceño-Ruiz, University of the Andes, Venezuela As regionalisation becomes an increasingly hot topic, the authors explain why regionalism has been most successful in Latin America and analyse current processes and opinions of possible future developments in the region, including the Caribbean, Central America, Brazil, and Mexico. Contents: Preface; Olivier Dabène * Introduction: Regional integration: Linking Past and Present; Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano and José Briceño Ruiz * PART I: THEMATIC PERSPECTIVES * 1. Geopolitics and Integration: a South American Perspective; Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano * 2. Regional Integration in the Inside Trends of Latin American Dependency Thinking; Ángel M. Casas-Gragea * PART II: SUB-REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES * 3. The Caribbean: Regional Unity in a Context of Diversity; José Briceño Ruiz * 4. Central America: in Search of Lost Unity; Rodrigo Páez Montalbán * 5. The Andes: a Long Tradition of Thought and Practice about Regional Integration; José Briceño Ruiz * PART III: COUNTRY PERSPECTIVES * 6. Latin American Integration: a Mexican Perspective; Mario Vázquez Olivera and Fabián Campos Hernández * 7. Latin American Integration: a Brazilian View; Clodoaldo Bueno, Tullo Vigevani and Haroldo Ramanzini Júnior * 8. The Political Economy of Regional Integration in Argentina: a Long and Winding Road; Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano and Miguel Ángel Barrios * Conclusion: About the Resilience of Latin American Regionalism; Andrés Rivarola Puntigliano and José Briceño Ruiz March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The IMF and European Economies Crisis and Conditionality Dr Chris Rogers, University of York, UK This book examines the role that the IMF has played in the management of financial crises in developed nations. The topic is of particular significance in light of the global financial crisis that emerged following the collapse of American sub-prime mortgage markets in 2007, and the subsequent sovereign debt problems of many Western states. Contents: Introduction * The Politics of Economic Policy-Making: Conceptualizing IMF Lending * The Context of Program Ownership: British Economic Policy in 1974 * Establishing Program Ownership 1: The Sterling Exchange Rate and Counter-Inflation * Establishing Ownership 2: External Financing and Public Expenditure * Consolidating Ownership: The 1976 IMF loan * The Legitimacy Deficit: Competing Institutions, Competing Consensus, and Self-Insurance * The IMF and European Sovereign Debt: New Crisis, New Clients * Conclusions July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Democratization in the Global South The Importance of Transformative Politics Edited by Kristian Stokke, University of Oslo, Norway, and Olle Törnquist, University of Oslo, Norway Given the weaknesses of mainstream democratisation since the 1980s, the authors present a cutting edge examination of dynamics of political change in the direction of more substantive democracy. While focusing on the Global South, they also draw comparisons from historical and contemporary experiences from Scandinavia. Contents: PART I: TRANSFORMATIVE POLITICS IN HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE * PART II: TRANSFORMATIVE POLITICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GROWTH ECONOMIES * PART III: POTENTIALS FOR POST-CLIENTELIST TRANSFORMATIONS January 2013 UK / March 2013 US 344PP / 4 b/w tables, 1 b/w photo Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Governing Global Production Resource Networks in the Asia-Pacific Steel Industry Jeffrey D. Wilson, Murdoch University, Australia Northeast Asian steel industries have developed global production networks, but by spanning multiple national spaces, these networks unite many national economies while belonging exclusively to none. Who, therefore, is in control? Jeffrey D. Wilson examines how states and firms coordinate their activities to govern global production. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Theorising States and Firms in Global Production Networks * 3. The Coordinated Rise of the Japanese Steel Industry * 4. Negotiating Resource Production Networks in Australia * 5. Resource Nationalism and Australian State Intervention * 6. Broadening Membership and the Struggle for Control * 7. The State-led Rise of the Chinese Steel Industry * 8. China and the Iron Ore War * 9. Governing Global Production February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 240PP / 20 b/w tables, 3 b/w photos Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

21 international business political & MANAGEMENT economy Latin America After Neoliberalism Developmental Regimes in Post-Crisis States Christopher Wylde, University of York, UK Wylde analyzes Kirchnerismo in Argentina and the developmental regime approach in the political economy of development in Latin America. He shows the systematic way in which relationships between state-market, state-society, and nationalinternational dichotomies can be characterised within a developmentalist paradigm. Contents: Introduction: The Political Economy of Development and Crisis * PART I: COMPARATIVE THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES AND DEBATES * The Rise of Developmentalism in Latin America: Beyond the Washington Consensus? * From Developmental States to Developmental Regimes: Lessons from Asia for Contemporary Latin America * PART II: SURVEYING THE LANDSCAPE: THE CASES OF ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL * The Economic Policies of Néstor Kirchner s Argentina * Argentina, Kirchnerismo, and Neodesarrollismo: Argentine Development under Néstor Kirchner * The Economic Policies of Lula s Regime in Brazil * Neoliberalism or Developmentalism? The Political Economy of Brazil * PART III: POST- CRISIS POLITICAL ECONOMY IN LATIN AMERICA: GLOBAL Lessons? * Crisis and Post-Crisis States in a Regional and Global Comparative Perspective * Conclusion: Continuity and Change in Post-Crisis Political Economy - The Rise of Latin America? September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 264PP / 7 b/w tables, 17 b/w photos Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India Edited by Xu Yi-chong, Griffith University, Australia Focused on unique features of economic development, this edited volume examines the nature and structure of corporate governance of several key state-owned enterprises in China and public sector units in India in five strategic sectors: oil and natural gas, steel, coal, electricity generation, and banking industries. Contents: The Political Economy of State-Owned Enterprises; X.Yi-Chong * The Shenhua Group a Giant Made in a Decade; J.Zhao & X.Yi-Chong * Coal India Limited the Last One Standing; X.Yi- Chong * China s Oil Industry: Corporate Governance with Chinese Characteristics ; M.Taylor * Old Jewels in New Boxes? India s Major Public Sector Petroleum and Natural Gas Exploration and Production Enterprises; S.De * The State Grid Corporation of China; X.Yi-Chong * National Thermal Power Corporation: Power in Public Enterprises; S.Narayan * The Baosteel Group: a National Champion Amongst National Champions; J.D.Wilson * SAIL: Sailing or Stumbling?; A.Palit * A State Enterprise in China s Capitalist Transformation: the Bank of China; L.Liew * State Bank of India: the Opportunities and Challenges of being a State-owned Bank in India; R.Chakrabarti September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 296PP / 45 b/w tables, 10 b/w photos Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Capitalists in Communist China Keming Yang, Durham University, UK Since 1949, Chinese capitalists have experienced some dramatic shifts in their political and economic life. Keming Yang examines what such changes tell us about China s current political situation and future political development, making use of both historical and current interdisciplinary evidence. Contents: The Political Significance of Capitalists in a Communist Regime * The Demise of the Old Capitalists in the New Society * The Growth of the New Capitalists * Wealth and Power, Business and Politics * Between the Communist State and Private Enterprises: Private business associations * Capitalist Candidates in Local Elections * Weapons of the Wealthy * The Capitalists, the Workers, and the Communist State * Elite Corporatism October 2012 UK / December 2012 US 232PP / 15 b/w tables, 20 b/w photos Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 21

22 business international & MANAGEMENT political economy The EU s Lisbon Strategy Evaluating Success, Understanding Failure Edited by Paul Copeland, University of Manchester, UK, and Dimitris Papadimitriou, University of Manchester, UK How successful was the EU s Lisbon Strategy? This volume provides the first comprehensive assessment of the Strategy and reflects on its key developments during its 10-year cycle. The volume contains both theoretical and empirical contributions by some of the leading scholars of EU studies across the social sciences. Contents: Introduction; P.Copeland & D.Papadimitriou * The Origins and Evolution of the Lisbon Strategy; S.James * Governing the Lisbon Strategy: Uncertain Governance in Turbulent Economic Times; S.Bulmer * Conceptualising the Lisbon Strategy: Europeanization and Varieties of Capitalism; K.Featherstone, A.Kornelakis & S.Zartaloudis * Social Inclusion and the Lisbon Strategy; M.Daly * Employment and the Lisbon Strategy; S.Velluti * Pensions and the Lisbon Strategy; P.Tinios * Healthcare and the Lisbon Strategy; A.de Ruijter & T.K.Hervey * Education and the Lisbon Strategy; A.Corbett * Research and Innovation and the Lisbon Strategy; J.Edler * Economic and Monetary Union and the Lisbon Strategy; K.Dyson & L.Quaglia * The Lisbon Strategy and Europe 2020: From the Governance of Coordination to the Coordination of Governance; K.A.Armstrong * Conclusion: The Lisbon Strategy: Evaluating Success and Understanding Failure; P.Copeland & D.Papadimitriou Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 304PP / 10 b/w tables, 9 b/w photos Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / European Disunion Between Sovereignty and Solidarity Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Edited by Jack Hayward, University of Hull, UK, and Rüdiger Wurzel, University of Hull, UK The Euro crisis catapulted the EU into its most serious political crisis since its inception, leaving it torn between opposing demands for more sovereignty and solidarity. This volume focuses on the key themes of disunion, sovereignty and solidarity. It assesses the main EU institutions: member states, civil society actors and policy areas. September 2012 UK / November 2012 US 352PP / 5 b/w tables, 1 b/w line drawing Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Cyprus and the Politics of Memory History, Community and Conflict Edited by Rebecca Bryant, George Mason University, USA, and Yiannis Papadakis, University of Cyprus, Cyprus Cyprus and the Politics of Memory re-orientates history-writing on Cyprus from a tool of division to a form of dialogue, and explores a way forward for the future of conflict resolution in the region. Contents: Introduction: Modalities of Time, History and Memory in Ethnonational Conflicts * A Critical Comparison of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Official Historiographies (1940s to the Present) * Beyond the History Textbook Debate: Official Histories in Greek Cypriot Geography and Civics Curricula * Hegemony, Permissible Public Discourse and Lower Class Political Culture * The Left-overs of History: Reconsidering the Unofficial History of the Left in Cyprus and the Cypriot Diaspora * Senses of Belonging and Belongings and Making Home away from Home * Imagining Homelands: Poetics and Performance among Cypriot Armenians * The Fractures of a Struggle: Remembering and Forgetting Erenköy * Correcting the Record: Memory, Minority Insecurity and Admissible Evidence * On the Need to Belong to a Non-Cypriot History * Truth, Memory and the Cypriot Journey towards a New Past International Library of Twentieth Century History August 2012 US 336PP Hardback $95.00 / CN$ / Players in the Public Policy Process Nonprofits as Social Capital and Agents 2nd edition Herrington J. Bryce, College of William and Mary, USA This book carefully develops the perspective of nonprofit organizations as social capital assets and agents of public policy within a principal-agent framework. It shows the practical as well as managerial and marketing advantages of such an approach. Contents: The Significance of the Principal-Agent Paradigm * The Policy Significance of Nonprofit Organizations: Beyond the Limits of Failure * The Nonprofit as Social Asset and Agent of Public Policy * Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy: a Paradigm of Principal and Agents * The Choice of Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy * Housing and Community Development: A Case Study of an Agency Function * The Performance of Agents: Acute Care Hospitals and Community Benefits * Policy Formation, Nonprofit Advocacy, and the Principal- Agent Framework * Regulating the Finances of the Agent * The Nonprofit as a Self-Regulator * The Implications for Strategic Planning and Positioning June 2012 UK / March 2012 US 288PP Paperback / $32.00 / CN$37.00 /

23 international business political & MANAGEMENT economy European Union Budget Reform Institutions, Policy and Economic Crisis Edited by Giacomo Benedetto, University of London, UK, and Simona Milio, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK A tension between (richer) contributing Member States and (poorer) recipient Member States has always characterised the history of the budget of the European Union, the politics of which has often turned fraught. This volume evaluates the prospects for major change to expenditure and the structure of the budget for the period starting in Contents: Preface; S. Wall Introduction: A History of the European Union Budget and the Possibilities for Reform; G. Benedetto * PART I: THE POLITICS OF BUDGET REFORM * Negotiations of the European Union Budget: How Decision Processes Constrain Policy Ambition; S. Hagemann * Budget Reform and the Lisbon Treaty; G. Benedetto * European Growth Policies in Times of Change: Budget Reform, Economic Crisis and Policy Entrepreneurship; R. Kaiser & H. Prange-Gstöhl * The Lisbon Treaty, Financial Crisis and Exit from Budget Gridlock; C. B. Blankart & G. B. Koester * PART II: PUBLIC SPENDING AND BUDGET REFORM * Reform of the European Union Budget: Implications for the Common Agricultural Policy; A. Greer * Challenges for the Future of the Structural Funds; S. Milio * Foreign and Security Policy in Austerity Europe: Budgetary Aspects of the Development of the Common Foreign and Security Policy and Common Security and Defence Policy; A. Miskimmon * Conclusion: Budget Policy, Past Experience and the Future; G. Benedetto & S. Milio * Bibliography * Index October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 240PP / 19 b/w tables, 5 b/w line drawings Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Economic Crisis in Europe What it means for the EU and Russia Edited by Joan DeBardeleben, Carleton University, Canada, and Crina Viju, Carleton University, Canada The financial crisis of took an unexpected turn upon challenging a core symbol of Europe s integration project, the Euro. In this volume, leading experts tackle questions on the capacity of the EU to respond, the manner discontent electorates will hold their leaders to account, and the implications for Europe s future relations with Russia. Contents: PART I: THE ECONOMIC CRISIS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION * PART II: THE EU S GLOBAL ROLE AND INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS * PART III: THE CRISIS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 288PP / 11 figures, 24 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Churchill and Company Allies and Rivals in War and Peace David Dilks, University of Leeds, UK Winston Churchill is one of the dominating figures of the twentieth century. In this stimulating and original book, David Dilks presents Churchill, not only as a war leader and international statesman, but also as a private person with a rich variety of friendships and rivalries. New and penetrating light is directed on Churchill during World War II. This was a period of dramatic relationships: conflicts with General de Gaulle in contrast with respect and affection for Roosevelt (feelings not entirely reciprocated by the American president). Contents: List of Abbreviations * Preface * Churchill Up and Churchill Down: Politics and the Art of the Impossible * Great Britain, the Commonwealth and the Wider World * An Affair of the Heart: Churchill and France * Rights, Wrongs and Rivalries: Britain and France in 1945 * Churchill, Eden and Stalin * Epic and Tragedy: Britain and Poland * The Bitter Fruit of Victory: Churchill and an Unthinkable Operation, 1945 * The Solitary Pilgrimage: Churchill and the Russians * Historians are Dangerous : Churchill, Chamberlain and Some Others * Principal Characters * Select Bibliography November 2012 US 336PP / 12 color illus. in 8pp plates Hardback $35.00 / CN$41.00 / Africa and the War on Drugs Neil Carrier, African Studies Centre, Oxford, UK, and Gernot Klantschnig, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China Nigerian drug lords in UK prisons, khatchewing Somali pirates hijacking Western ships, crystal meth-smoking gangs controlling South Africa s streets and the Bissau-Guinean state captured by narcotraffickers. These are some of the vivid images surrounding drugs in Africa which have alarmed policymakers, academics and the general public in recent years. In this revealing and original book, the authors weave these aspects into a provocative argument about Africa s role in the global trade and control of drugs. In doing so, they show how foreign-inspired policies have failed to help African drug users who require medical support, while strengthening the role of corrupt and brutal law enforcement officers who are tasked with halting the export of heroin and cocaine to European and American consumer markets. A vital book on an overlooked front of the so-called war on drugs. Contents: Introduction * 1. Africa s Drug Habit * 2. Drugs and Development: A New Threat or Opportunity? * 3. Drug barons, traffickers and mules: Africa as entrepot * 4. African states and drugs: complicity, neglect and repression * Conclusion: Alternatives to the Drug War African Arguments November 2012 US 192PP Hardback $ / Paperback $26.95 / Published by Zed Books Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 23

24 business international & MANAGEMENT political economy The Fall of the US Empire Global Fault-Lines and the Shifting Imperial Order Vassilis K. Fouskas, University of East London, UK, and Bulent Gokay, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK Whither the US empire? Despite Washington s military supremacy, its economic foundations have been weakening since the Vietnam war - accelerated by the great recession and credit-rating downgrade - and its global authority dented by the quagmires in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this accessible, punchy text, Vassilis K. Fouskas and Bülent Gökay intervene in the debates that surround America s status as an Empire. They survey the arguments amongst Marxist and critical scholars, from Immanuel Wallerstein and others who argue that the US is in decline, to those who maintain that it remains a robust superpower. By explaining how America s neo-imperial system of governance has been working since WWII, Fouskas and Gökay link the US s domestic and foreign vulnerabilities. The Fall of the US Empire argues that the time has come to understand the US empire not by its power, but by its systemic vulnerabilities of financialization, resource depletion, and environmental degradation. Its informed and accessible style will have wide appeal to students looking for an introduction to these issues. Contents: Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * List of Tables, Graphs and Maps * Introduction * 1 Global Fault-lines * 2 Bretton Woods to the Abyss of Globalisation, * 3 The Failure of Financial Statecraft [1], * 4 The Failure of Financial Statecraft [2], * 5 The Power-Shift to the Global East * 6 Resources Depletion and Environmental Degradation * Conclusion * Bibliography * Index June 2012 US 176PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $28.00 / Published by Pluto Press Britain s Quest for a Role A Diplomatic Memoir from Europe to the UN David Hannay, Foreign Office veteran British post-imperial decline has been much examined. In these memoirs, David Hannay, one of Britain s leading behind-the-scenes players in this process, provides fascinating frontline information and insights into Britain s complex relations with Washington and Europe. Contents: Preface / Introduction * Iran * Afghanistan * London : Learning the Ropes * Brussels (European Communities) : The Approach March * Brussels (European Communities) : The Accession Negotiations * Brussels (Commission) : Chef de Cabinet * London : Oil Diplomacy * London : The European budget battle * Washington : Company Town * Brussels European Community : At the heart of Europe * APPENDIX * United Nations New York : New World : Order or Disorder? * APPENDIX * British Special Representative for Cyprus : Mission impossible? * Member of the UN Secretary-General s High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change : Reforming the UN * The House of Lords and other things : Coda * The Quest for a Role * Envoi January 2013 US 336PP / 19 b/w illus. in 16pp plates Hardback $59.00 / CN$68.00 / Bleakonomics A Heartwarming Introduction to Financial Catastrophe, the Jobs Crisis and Environmental Destruction Rob Larson, Tacoma Community College, USA I have been reading Rob Larson s columns for some time, with great profit and appreciation. His work is not only solidly grounded but also lucid and accessible, a most valuable contribution to public understanding and vitally needed action. Noam Chomsky Larson adds a critical component to the policy debate about financial reform by explaining why the systemically dangerous institutions (SDIs) - the too big to fail banks - imperil our democracy as well as our economy. They are ticking time bombs certain to cause great damage unless we follow Larson s advice. William Black, Associate Professor of Economics and Law, University of Missouri-Kansas City, author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One Bleakonomics is a short and humorous guide to the three great crises plaguing today s world: environmental degradation, social conflict in the age of austerity, and financial instability.written for anyone who is wondering how we ve come to this point, Rob Larson holds mainstream economic theory up against the grim reality of a planet in meltdown. He looks at scientists conclusions about climate change, the business world s opinions about its own power, and reveals the fingerprints of finance on American elections. With a unique and engaging approach to each crucial subject, students, academics, and activists will find a lot to appreciate in this quiet call-to-arms for a saner and more stable world. Contents: Preface: The Plutonomy Papers * PART I: External Damnation The market s unintended impact on the environment * Introduction: Externalities in theory * 1. Come Hell and High Water * 2. Hug Them While They Last * 3. Hot Water Capitalism's "best economic case" * 4. The Brown Peril Atmospheric * 5. Cause and Side-Effect * 6. As Not Seen On TV * PART II: Will Work For Peanuts The job market and war on labor * Introduction: The labor market in theory * 7. Classroots * 8. Hitting the Class Ceiling * 9. Fight and Flight * 10. MidEast Meets MidWest * 11. Ebony & Irony * 12. The Subprime Court * 13. Keeping Down With the Joneses * PART III: The Invisible Hand Gives the Finger The crisis-prone finance market * Introduction: Credit markets in theory * 14. Pop Goes the Economy * 15. Not Too Big Enough * 16. Bonanzas As Usual * 17. Fed Up * 18. Starved For Attention * Conclusion: Invisible Sleight-of-Hand Economics as a failed science * Notes * Index October 2012 US 224PP Hardback $95.00 / Paperback $26.00 / Published by Pluto Press 24

25 international business political & MANAGEMENT economy Contested Frontiers in the Balkans Ottoman, Habsburg and Communist Rivalries in Eastern Europe Irina Marin, University College London, UK With the coming of the Ottomans under Selim II, a new bureaucracy and population flooded into the region - a pattern which would be repeated under the Hapsburgs. The effect of these successive rulers on key Balkan regions - or banats - is explored through archival documents and a transnational historical approach. The first history of its kind, this will be an important study of Serbian and Romanian ethnicity, culture and influence, as well as providing new insights into the major empires of modern and earlymodern European history. Contents: Acknowledgements * Note on the Use of Place Names * Index of Maps * Introduction * Medieval Bans and Banates * Under the Sign of the Crescent * Habsburg Borderland * Orthodox Peoples * The Privileged and the Tolerated * Through the Looking Glass of Revolution * Citizenship and Constitutionalism * Parting of Ways * The Banat in Yugoslavia * The Banat in Romania * The Communist Experience * Exit from Communism: the Rise of Milosević and the Fall of Ceauşescu * War and Democracy: the Banat after 1989 * Conclusions * Notes * Bibliography * Index Library of European Studies December 2012 US 256PP Hardback $92.00 / CN$ / Britain and the Greek Colonels Accommodating the Junta in the Cold War Alexandros Nafpliotis, LSE, UK At the apex of international Cold War tension, an alliance of Greek military leaders seized power in Athens. Seven years of violent political repression followed in Greece, yet, as Cold War allies, the Greek colonels had continued international support especially from Britain. Why did the Wilson and Heath governments choose to pursue an alliance with these military dictators? Alexandros Nafpliotis book examines British foreign policy towards Greece, exposing a guiding principle of pragmatism above all else. Contents: Introduction * The Labour government s policy towards the Colonels, : Setting the tone * The first traces * 1967: A coup, a war and a conference * Trouble in Cyprus * Royal blues * 1968: Business as usual International Library of Twentieth Century History December 2012 US 256PP Hardback $92.00 / CN$ / The Great Eurozone Disaster From Crisis to Global New Deal Heikki Patomäki, University of Helsinki, Finland Heikki Patomäki presents a powerful argument about the roots of the financial crisis and from this perspective analyses key deficiencies in the current EU policies: a clear and well-structured analysis about a complex issue. The Anatomy of the Euro Crisis is solid in theory and accessible in wording, providing a coherent and captivating narrative about how Europe ended up in its current economic crisis and how it should get out of it. - Teija Tiilikainen, Director of the Finnish Institute for International Affairs The last couple of years have seen the eurozone lurch from crisis to calamity. In The Great Eurozone Disaster, Heikki Patomäki dissects the current crisis, revealing its origins lie in the instability that has driven the process of financialization since the early 1970s. Furthermore, the public debt crises in the European deficit countries have been aggravated rather than alleviated by the responses of the Commission and leaders of the surplus countries, especially Germany. Providing a captivating narrative about how Europe ended up in its present predicament, Patomäki argues that we can and should learn from Third World debt experiences, and presents a bold vision for a democratic cosmopolitan alternative as the only viable way out of the current crisis. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Economic Theory of Debt Crises 3. The Predictability of Global Financial Turmoil 4. Contradictions at the Heart of the EMU 5. The Trouble with the EU s Official Reform Proposals 6. European Futures 7. How Should Debt Crises be Solved? 8. Towards Democratic Global Keynesianism Glossary of Key Terms and Acronyms Bibliography Economic Controversies April 2013 US 224PP Paperback $19.95 / Published by Zed Books Neoliberal Australia and US Imperialism in East Asia Erik Paul, University of Sydney, Australia A critical analysis of Australia s neoliberal state and role in the American imperial project in Asia. In exposing the causal mechanisms for violence and prospects for more wars it argues for emancipatory alternatives to the existing dominant and anti-democratic neoliberal governmentality. Contents: Geopolitical Economy of Violence * Predatory State * Violence Within * Enemies and War * American Imperial Project * Construction of East Asia * Hegemonic Crisis * Reclaiming the State October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 240PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 25

26 international political economy business & MANAGEMENT The Global Minotaur America, Europe and the Future of the Global Economy Revised and Updated Edition Yanis Varoufakis, University of Athens, Greece The book is one of those exceedingly rare publications of which one can say they are urgent, timely and absolutely necessary. - Terry Eagleton 'Yanis is one of the best, brightest and most innovative economists on the planet - Steve Keen, author of Debunking Economics In the most comprehensive guide to the contemporary economic crisis yet written, Yanis Varoufakis traces out the path from post-war US economic supremacy to the current predicament. This book s provocative thesis, written in lively and impassioned prose, is that which neither the US nor the EU nor any other nation can now restore robust global growth. Whether you agree or disagree, this book s lively and impassioned prose will engage you both heart and mind, and hold you in thrall to the last word. The Global Minotaur is a masterwork that registers for all time the challenge of our time. - Prof. Gary Dymski, University of California, Riverside Revised and expanded for the 2011 publication, The Global Minotaur is an essential account of the global economic crisis, and the socioeconomic events and hidden histories that have shaped the world as we now know it. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Laboratories of the future 3. The Global Plan 4. The Global Minotaur 5. The Beast s Handmaidens 6. Crash 7. The Handmaidens Strike Back 8. The Minotaur s Global Legacy: The Dimming Sun, the Wounded Tigers, a Flighty Europa and an Anxious Dragon 9. A future without the Minotaur? Economic Controversies March 2013 US 288PP Paperback $14.95 / CN$16.95 / Published by Zed Books International Relations International Organization Theories and Institutions 2nd edition J. Samuel Barkin, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA Barkin provides an excellent introduction to the theories used to understand international organization. He puts the entire range of global institutions into a comparative theoretical context, something indispensable for students of international institutions and international relations theory. - Craig N. Murphy, M. Margaret Ball Professor of International Relations, Wellesley College This tightly-written, accessible primer does a splendid job of giving students a solid overview of the central approaches to international organizations. - Michael Barnett, Harold Stassen Chair of International Affairs, University of Minnesota The newly revised and updated edition of International Organization is an introduction to the study of international organizations in the field of International Relations intended for students in the discipline. It looks at the different ways in which IOs are studied and then applies these different modes to a variety of specific case studies. Contents: Introduction: The State and International Organizations * Sovereignty and Globalization * Power and Interdependence * Regimes and Institutions * Efficiency and Ideas * The United Nations and Its System * From International to Human Security * The Institutions of Collective Security * Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid * Economic Institutions and Trade * International Finance * Development * The Environment * The Technical Details * The Fuzzy Borders of Intergovernmentalism * Conclusions March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 224PP Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites

27 international business & MANAGEMENT relations The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations Edited by Thomas Christiansen, Maastricht University, the Netherlands,Emil Kirchner, University of Essex, UK, and Philomena B. Murray, The University of Melbourne, Australia The Handbook provides a comprehensive range of contributions on the relations between the EU and Asia - two regions undergoing significant changes internally yet also developing stronger relations in the context of an emerging multi-polar world. It collates some 40 contributions from various disciplines by contributors from throughout the world. Contents: Introduction; T.Christiansen, E.Kirchner & P.Murray * PART I: CONCEPTUALIZING AND CONTEXTUALIZING EU-ASIA RELATIONS * The Historical Relations Of Europe And East Asia- From Partnership To * Post- Colonialism; S.Kirchner * The Evolution Of EU-Asian Relations: ; F.Cameron * Prospects For Multipolarity And Multilateralism In World Politics; K.E.Jørgensen * Images Of European Integration In Asia; M.Holland, N.Chaban, S.Kelly & S-Y.Lai * The Role Of Strategic Partnerships In EU Relations With Asia; M.Reiterer * PART II: THE COMPARATIVE DIMENSION OF EU-ASIA RELATIONS * Regionalism And EU-Asian Relations: Patterns, Trends And Determinants; D.Webber * Europe-Asia Studies: The Contribution Of Comparative Regional Integration; P.Murray & A.Warleigh-Lack * Responses To The Global Financial Crisis And Its Precedents; P.Gillespie * Dealing With Terrorism, Corruption And Organized Crime: EU And Asia; L.Holmes * PART III: THE POLITICAL DIMENSION OF EU-ASIA RELATIONS * EU-China Relations On Human Rights In Competing Paradigms: Continuity And Change; W.Shen * The Securitization Of EU-Asia Relations In The Post-Cold War Era; N.Casarini * Sanctions And Embargoes In EU-Asia Relations; P.Vennesson & C.Portela * Socio-Cultural And Educational Cooperation Between The EU And Asia; G.Wiessala * Regional Integration Support By The EU In Asia: Aims And Prospects; A.Jetschke * PART IV: THE ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF EU-ASIA RELATIONS * EU-Asia Trade Relations; H.Kubo * Trade Facilitation And Market Access; B.A.O Callaghan * International Banking, Asia And Europe; C.Ryan * Coordinating Regional Financial Arrangements With The IMF: Challenges To * Asia And Lessons From The EU; T.Kinkyo * PART V: THE INSTITUTIONAL DIMENSION OF EU-ASIA RELATIONS * The Institutional Dimension Of EU-Asean/Asean Plus Three Interregional Relations; M-G.Manea * The Asia-Europe Meeting (Asem); L.H.Yeo * The Asean Regional Forum And The EU s Role In Promoting Security In Asia-Pacific; K.Weber * Strategic Bilateralism Or Effective Multilateralism? The EU, The SCO And SAARC; T.Renard * PART VI: THE GLOBAL DIMENSION OF EU-ASIA RELATIONS * The EU, Asia And The Governance Of Global Trade; M.Smith * The EU And Asia In The United Nations Security Council; J.Wouters & M.Burnay * Nuclear Non-Proliferation; S.Yoon & J.Suh * The Security Of The United States In Asia Pacific; R.Dominguez * From Polarisation Towards A Consensus On Development? EU And Asia Approaches To Development And Oda; U.Wissenbach & E.Kim * Europe, Asia And Climate Change Governance; Y.Bo & Z.Chen * PART VII: CHINA IN EU ASIA RELATIONS * Security And The Role Of China; X.Song * China In EU-East Asia Economic Relations; B.Dai * EU-China Relations; G.Geeraerts * PART VIII: BILATERAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE EU AND ASIA * EU-Japan Relations; T.Tanaka * The EU And The Two Koreas- One Strategic Partner, The Other Strategic Liability; U.Wissenbach * EU-Taiwan Relationship Since 1981; H.Su * EU-Indonesia Relations: No Expectations- Capabilitiy Gap?; D.Camroux & A.Srikandini * EU-India Relations; D.Allen * EU-Pakistan Relations: The Challenge Of Dealing With A Fragile State; S.Islam * EU-Australia Relations; A.Benvenuti & P.Murray * Conclusion: The Future Agenda In Europe-Asia Relations; T.Christiansen, E.Kirchner & P.Murray January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 696PP / 3 figures, 33 b/w tables Hardback / $ / CN$ / Meta-Geopolitics of Outer Space An Analysis of Space Power, Security and Governance Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan, St Antony s College, Oxford, UK Al-Rodhan sheds new light on the debate about the geopolitics of outer space, going beyond applying traditional International Relations approaches to space power and security by introducing a multidimensional spatial framework. The meta-geopolitics framework includes space and expands classical power considerations to cover seven state capacities. Contents: Space Power: An Introduction * Space Power and Meta-Geopolitics * Space Technology and Meta-Geopolitics * Space Security and Meta- Geopolitics * Space Power and Applied Meta-Geopolitics * Space Governance and Meta-Geopolitics St Antony s Series May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Politics of Immigration in France, Britain, and the United States A Comparative Study Revised and Updated Martin A. Schain, New York University, USA Updated through 2012 with all-new material in every chapter, Schain s book provides a detailed, comparative look at the policies that drive and inform immigration politics in three Western countries, and shows how immigration policy has political sources far beyond labor market needs. Contents: The Politics of Immigration * Development of French Immigration Policy * Understanding French Immigration Policy * Politics of Immigration in France * Development of British Immigration Policy * Understanding British Immigration Policy * Politics of Immigration in Britain * Development of US Immigration Policy * Understanding US Immigration Policy * Politics of Immigration in the United States Perspectives in Comparative Politics July 2012 UK / May 2012 US 352PP / 3 figures, 56 b/w tables Paperback / $34.00 / CN$39.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 27

28 business international & MANAGEMENT relations The Role of the Arab-Islamic World in the Rise of the West Implications for Contemporary Trans-Cultural Relations Edited by Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan, St Antony s College, Oxford, UK This book takes a fascinating look at the role of the Arab-Islamic world in the rise of the West. It examines the cultural transmission of ideas and institutions in a number of key areas, including science, philosophy, humanism, law, finance, commerce, as well as the Arab-Islamic world s overall impact on the Reformation and the Renaissance. Contents: Introduction: A Thousand Years of Amnesia * The Arabs and the Italian Renaissance * Re-orienting the Reformation? Prolegomena for a History of the Reformation s Connection with the Islamic World * The Possible Contribution of Islamic Legal Institutions to the Emergence of a Rule of Law and the Modern State in Europe * Islamic Commerce and Finance in the Rise of the West * Suppressed or Falsified History? The Untold Story of Arab-Islamic Rationalist Philosophy * A Forgotten Debt: Humanism and Education, from the Orient to the West * The Arabic-Latin Intercultural Transmission of Scientific Knowledge in Pre-modern Europe: Historial Context and Case Studies * The Way Forward: Implications for Contemporary Transcultural Relations August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / International Relations and the Labour Party Intellectuals and Policy Making from Lucian Ashworth, University of Limerick, Ireland From 1918 to 1945 the British Labour Party worked closely with some of the most prominent names in international relations (IR) scholarship. Through such structures as the Advisory Committee on International Questions, academic IR specialists were instrumental in the construction of Labour foreign policy, preparing a wealth of memoranda, reports and pamphlets for the Party. Contents: Inter-War International Relations and the Rise of the Labour Party * The problem with idealism * Labour s great transformation. The Party in 1918 * The Labour Party Advisory Committee on International Questions * Losing the Peace? 1918 to 1921 * H. N. Brailsford * Opposition to the peace treaties * Criticisms of the League May 2013 US 304PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 / The Politics and Policies of Relief, Aid and Reconstruction Contrasting approaches to disasters and emergencies Edited by Fulvio Attina, University of Catania, Italy Disaster policies present a new challenge to the practitioners and students of global politics; this book explains how political science enriches the contribution of the social sciences to the study of disaster relief, aid and reconstruction following the major disaster events, both natural and manmade, of recent times. Contents: List of Tables and Figures * List of Acronyms * Note on the Contributors * Preface * Introduction * PART I: THEORIES AND APPROACHES * Humanitarian and Emergency Policies and the Change of the Global Political System; F.Attinà * Disasters: A Short History of Social Science and World Policy Perspectives; S.Revet * Theoretical Departures to Disasters and Emergencies; M.Aaltola * The Nexus between Security, Development and Humanitarianism: A Critical Appraisal to Multidimensional Peace Missions; M.R.Freire, P.D.Lopes & D.Nascimento * Risk Societies in World Politics: Overcoming Disasters Together; N.Vanaga * PART II: CASE STUDIES * Catastrophe and Containment - A Critical Analysis of the U.S. Response to the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti Annica Moore * The United Nations European Union Co-operation in Aid, Relief and Reconstruction. The Haiti Case; C.Morsut & M.Iturre * The Politics of Disaster. Coping with Humanitarianism in Post-tsunami Sri Lanka; M.Benadusi * The UN and Genocide: A Comparative Analysis of Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia; S.Stein * Humanitarian NGOs in Peacebuilding and Reconstruction Operations; D.Irrera * TragiCIMICal : An Attempt at Civil and Military Cooperation in Lebanon; R.F.Sapienza October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 288PP / 1 b/w table, 9 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Ruling Elite of Singapore Networks of Power and Influence in Southeast Asia Michael D. Barr, Flinders University, Australia Michael Barr explores the complex and covert networks of power at work in one of the world s most prosperous countries the city-state of Singapore. He argues that the contemporary networks of power are a deliberate project initiated and managed by Lee Kuan Yew former prime minister and Singapore s founding father designed to empower himself and his family. Barr identifies the crucial institutions of power - including the country s sovereign wealth funds, and the government-linked companies together with five critical features that form the key to understanding the nature of the networks. Contents: Contents * Introduction * Floor plan of the elite * The creation and entrenchment of a national elite * Lee Kuan Yew supreme * Making a new elite * A new chapter: the son rises at last * Mapping the networks of power and influence * Singapore without Lee Kuan Yew * Bibliography * Index May 2013 US 224PP / 12 b/w illus. Hardback $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

29 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Media, Mobilization and Human Rights Mediating Suffering Edited by Tristan Anne Borer, Connecticut College, USA What impact do mass media portrayals of atrocities have on activism? Media, Mobilization and Human Rights challenges the assumption that exposure to human rights violations in countries far away causes people to respond with activism to end atrocities. Turning a critical eye on existing scholarship, the authors argue that the reality is complex, and that there is nothing inherently positive or negative about exposure to the suffering of others. In exploring this, the book offers an array of case studies and examines a variety of media forms - from television and radio through to social networking to present radical new ways of thinking about the intersection of media portrayals of human suffering and activist responses to them. Contents: Introduction: Willful Ignorance News Production, Audience (In) attention, and Uneven Responses to Media Coverage of Suffering - Tristan Anne Borer * 1. We Should have said No : Cultural Remembrance and the Reading of Somalia as Vietnam in Debates over Humanitarian Intervention in the 1990s - David Kieran * 2. Framing a Rights Ethos: Artistic Media and the Dream of a Culture without Borders - Michael Galchinsky * 3. Choosing the Human Rights News at Mexican Newspapers: Balancing Newsworthiness with Journalistic, Economic, and Political Aims - Ella McPherson * 4. Framing Strategies for Economic and Social Rights in the United States - Dan Chong * 5. Fresh, Wet Tears : Shock Media and Human Rights Awareness Campaigns - Tristan Anne Borer * 6. Celebrity Diplomats as Mobilizers? Celebrities and Activism in a Hypermediated Time - Andrew F. Cooper and Joseph F. Turcotte * 7. Amplifying Individual Impact: Social Media s Emerging Role in Activism - Sarah Kessler * 8. The Spectacle of Suffering and Humanitarian Intervention in Somalia - Joel Pruce December 2012 US 256PP / images from various graphic novels Hardback $ / Paperback $34.95 / Published by Zed Books Immigration in Europe The Politics of Difference Alessandra Buonfino, DEMOS,USA In this comprehensive and ground-breaking work, Alessandra Buonfino analyses different definitions of immigration and sets out the history of the policy and debate surrounding immigration. Contents: Preface * Acknowledgments * Introduction * Immigration as an economic challenge * Immigration as a threat to the nation * Immigration as a threat to personal safety * Immigration as a cultural challenge * Immigration as a solution to population ageing * Immigration as a challenge for human rights * Immigration as a consequence of globalisation * Conclusions: the politics of immigration March 2013 US 224PP Hardback $75.00 / CN$86.00 / Paperback $27.50 / CN$31.50 / Détente in Cold War Europe Politics and Diplomacy in the Mediterranean and the Middle East Dr Elena Calandri, Florence University, Italy, Daniele Caviglia, LUSPIO Institute, Italy, and Antonio Varsori, University of Padova, Italy Détente in Cold War Europe draws together detailed analyses of the major moments of post-wwii history through the prism of the Mediterranean - including the signing of the Helsinki Accords in 1975, the Jordan crisis of 1970, the Soviet role in the Yom Kippur war, the Cyprus emergency of 1974, US-Soviet détente and US-Israeli relations under President Nixon. Contents: Introduction * The Mediterranean(s) in the Global Balance * Fault Lines in Post-War Mediterranean and the Birth of Southern Europe, : An Overview * The United States, the EE C and the Mediterranean: Rivalry or Complementarity? * R e-discovering the Mediterranean: First Tests of Coordination among the Nine * Sea and Détente in Helsinki: The Mediterranean Stake of the CSCE, * Regional Détente or a New International Order? The Italian Communist Party, Non-Aligned Leaders and the Mediterranean, * A Window of Opportunity? Eurocommunism(s) and Détente * War and Diplomacy in the Middle East * The American Israeli Special Relationship in the Nixon Kissinger Years * The Gods of War were Inspecting their Armaments : The United States and the 1970 Jordan Crisis * The Middle Eastern Test of Détente: The USSR Direct Role in the Yom Kippur War, 1973 * Conflict and Détente in the Eastern Mediterranean: From the Yom Kippur War to the Cyprus Crisis, October 1973 August 1974 * The Post-Cold War Legacies of US Realism: The 1974 Cyprus Crisis in Perspective * The Fact-finding Missions of the Socialist International in the Middle East, * Regional Actors and Dynamics from Détente to the Second Cold War * France, the European Community and the Maghreb, : From Inertia to Key Player * T urkish Anti-Westernism: Restaging the Euro-Mediterranean World in the Era of Détente * The Distant Neighbours: The Cooperation Agreements between the EE C and the Mashreq, 1977 * Gaddafi s Libya: From Uncertain Alignment with the USSR to Support for Arab Terrorist Movements in the Mediterranean, * Notes * Index May 2013 US 352PP Hardback $95.00 / CN$ / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. 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30 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Civil Society and the State in Left-led Latin America Challenges and Limitations to Democratization Edited by Barry Cannon, Dublin City University, Ireland, and Peadar Kirby, University of Limerick, Ireland Timely and unique, this innovative volume provides a critical examination of the role of civil society and its relation to the state throughout left-led Latin American. Featuring a broad range of case studies from across the region - from the Bolivian constitution to participative budgeting in Brazil to the communal councils in Venezuela - the book examines to what extent these new initiatives are redefining state-civil society relations. Does the return of an active state in Latin America imply the incorporation of civil society representatives in decision-making processes? Is the new Left delivering on the promise of participatory democracy and a redefinition of citizenship, or are we witnessing a new democratic deficit?a wideranging analysis of a vital issue - both for Latin America and beyond. Contents: Part I. On Culture and Development * 1. Transforming the Discourse of Development: Culture, Suffering and Human Futures * 2. Cultural Studies/Development Studies: Initiating a Dialogue * 3. Aid, Culture and Context * 4. Liberating Development from Itself: The Politics of Indigenous Knowledge * Part II. Expanding the Boundaries of Development Discourse * 5. Reframing Social Economics: Post-Development and Alternative Economics * 6. Culture and Climate Justice * Part III: Development, Culture and Human Existence * 7. Narratives of Suffering: Human Existence and Medical Models in Development * 8. Towards a Sociology of Trauma: Remembering, Forgetting and the Negotiation of Memories of Social Violence * 9. The Aesthetics of Development * 10. Emotions of Culture, Social Movements and Social Transformation * Bibliography November 2012 US 256PP Hardback $ / Paperback $39.95 / Published by Zed Books Germany, Poland and the Common Security and Defence Policy Converging Security and Defence Perspectives in an Enlarged EU Dr Laura Chappell, University of Surrey, UK A comparative analysis of an old and new EU Member State s perceptions of and contributions to EU security and defence. This book focuses on change and continuity in both countries defence policies and where convergence and divergence has occurred. This has important implications for the EU s effectiveness as an international security actor. Indovation Innovation and a Global Knowledge Economy in India Thomas Birtchnell, University of Wollongong, Australia Thomas Birtchnell examines recent ideas of Indian innovation, or Indovation, from an historical and critical perspective, at both the bottom and the top of India s social pyramid. Contents: Introduction: Indian Innovation For All 1. Indomobilities 2. Austerity In The Dark Ages 3. Austerity In The Spotlight 4. Expertise On A Shoestring 5. Bare-Bones Entrepreneurship 6. Close-Knit Communities Conclusion: India From Indolence To Innovation Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 208PP / 2 b/w photos Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Financial Crisis and Institutional Change in East Asia Jikon Lai, Australian National University, Australia In light of the Asian financial crisis of 1997, Lai examines whether East Asian economies converged onto the liberal market model by studying the evolution of the financial sectors of Korea, Malaysia and Thailand. This includes sectoral diversification, the nature of competition, and the regulatory and supervisory frameworks. Contents: Whither the Asian Financial Systems post-crisis? * Analysing Economic Models * Korea * Malaysia * Thailand * Financial Systems in East Asia * Epilogue: The East Asian Financial Sectors and the Global Financial Crisis Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific June 2012 UK / July 2012 US 256PP / 18 tables, 8 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / New Perspectives in German Political Studies August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 248PP / 10 b/w tables, 2 b/w line drawings Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

31 international business & MANAGEMENT relations India s Foreign Policy and Regional Multilateralism Arndt Michael, University of Freiburg, Germany The book provides a novel analytical perspective on regional multilateralism in South Asia and its neighbouring regions and covers the genesis, evolution and status quo of the four major regional organizations. Contents: Regional Multilateralism And Norm Localization * India s Cognitive Prior: Ideas, Norms And The Evolution Of India s Foreign Policy * Regional Multilateralism In South Asia * Regional Multilateralism Beyond South Asia * Conclusions: Competing Regionalism And Panchsheel- Multilateralism In South Asia And Beyond Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 240PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Managing China s Sovereignty in Hong Kong and Taiwan Sow Keat Tok, The University of Melbourne, Australia Sow Keat Tok explores the adaptation of the Western concept of sovereignty into China s management of Taiwan and Hong Kong affairs. Contents: Introduction: Renegotiating China s Sovereignty in Contemporary Politics * 1. China and the Concept of Sovereignty * 2. Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk: Sovereignty in China s Academia * 3. Imagining One Sovereign: Sovereignty in China s Political Discourse * 4. Accommodating Two Governances under One Sovereignty: HKSAR s Domestic Sphere and International Space * 5. China s Management of Taiwan s International Space * Conclusion: Revisiting the Assumption on China s Behaviour towards Sovereignty Issues Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 224PP / 5 b/w photos, 6 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Influence of International Institutions on the EU When Multilateralism hits Brussels Edited by Oriol Costa, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, and Knud Erik Jørgensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark An exploration of how the EU is influenced by multilateral institutions. There has recently been a dramatic increase in interaction between the EU and multilateral institutions. This book shows that international institutions shape EU policies, as well as acting as a source of preferences and strategies for EU stances internationally. Contents: The Influence of International Institutions on the EU: A Framework for Analysis; O.Costa & K.E.Jørgensen * Less than you Might Think: The Impact of WTO Rules on EU Policies; A.Young * Playing into the Hands of the Commission? The Case of EU Coordination in the ILO; M.Riddervold & H.Sjursen * The External Institutional Context Matters: The EU in International Negotiations; T.Delreux, E.Drieskens, B.Kerremans & C.Damro * The Influence of International Institutions on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters in the EU and its Member States; A.Wetzel * The Influence of Global Internet Governance Institutions on the EU; G.Christou & S.Simpson * Combating the Financing of Terrorism Together? The Influence of the United Nations on the European Union s Financial Sanctions; S.Léonard & C.Kaunert * Linking up Levels of Governance: The Agencies of the European Union and their Interaction with International Institutions; M.L.P.Groenleer * NATO s Influence on the Evolution of the European Union as a Security Actor; J.Koops * The Influence of the Council of Europe on the European Union: Resource Exchange and Domains Restriction as Venues for Inter-institutional Influence; B.Schumacher * How do International Institutions Influence the EU?; X.Dai & G.Martínez * The Top-down Dimension of the Relationship between the EU and International Institutions: Taking Stock; R.Kissack * When Multilateralism hits Brussels: Generalizations and an Agenda for Further Research; K.E.Jørgensen & O.Costa Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics April 2012 UK / May 2012 US 280PP / 10 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / War Veterans in Postwar Situations Chechnya, Serbia, Turkey, Peru, and Côte d Ivoire Edited by Nathalie Duclos, the University of Tours, France This edited volume deals with the reintegration and trajectories of intrastate or interstate war veterans. It raises the question of the effects of the war experience on ex-combatants with regards, in particular, to the perpetuation of a certain level of violence as well as the maintaining of structures, networks, and war methods after the war. Sciences Po Series in IR and PE May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 310PP / 1 b/w illustration Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 31

32 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Limited Achievements Obama s Foreign Policy Zaki Laïdi, Sciences Po (Paris), France Through an analysis of the general principles of Obama s foreign policy, Zaidi shows how Obama has charted a realist course in the Middle East, in Europe, in diplomacy, and in war. Contents: Legacy * White House Tight Rope * No More Monsters To Destroy? * Repudiating The Ideology of September 11 * Back From Baghdad * Good Enough For Afghanistan * Breaking The Pact of Silence? Obama and The Arab Spring * Europe: The Downgraded Ally? Sciences Po Series in IR and PE August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 252PP / 11 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The British Labour Party and the Wider World Domestic Politics, Internationalism and Foreign Policy Edited by Paul Cothorn, Queen's University Belfast, UK, and Jonathan Davis, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK The legacy of Blair and the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan continue to loom large for the Labour Party, whether in opposition or in government, giving rise to fierce debates over Labour s attitude and posture towards the wider world. This book considers the idea of Labour s international identity, examining how world events and Labour s response to them have helped to shape ideology, political culture and domestic agendas from the 1920s until the Iraq War. June 2012 US 288PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 / Democracy at Large NGOs, Political Foundations, Think Tanks and International Organizations Edited by Boris Petric, CNRS, France An analysis of the transnationalization of politics in several societies concerned by programs of democracy promotion, the contributors to this book seek to understand how these new global norms and programs create forms of appropriation and resistance at the local level. Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS * INTRODUCTION: Democracy Promotion and the Transnationalization of Politics: Perspectives from Below * Boris Pétric and Giorgio Blundo (EHESS, Marseille) * 1: From Advocacy to Political Engagement State, NGOs and Good Governance Policies in Senegal * Giorgio Blundo (EHESS, Marseille) * 2: Electoral Observation and NGO Coalitions in Kyrgyzstan * Boris Pétric * 3: Think Tanks: Actors in The Transition to Global Politics: A Bulgarian Case Study * Dostena Anguelova-Lavergne (EHESS, Paris) * 4: The Question of Presumed Political Prisoners in Azerbaïdjan : Conditionalities of The Council of Europe * Raphaelle Mathey (postdoctoral fellow, EHESS, Paris) * 5: Participating Decentralization in Bolivia : The Geneaology of An Institutional Transplant * David Recondo (Sciences Po, Paris) * 6: Democracy Promotion, Local Participation and Transnational Governmentality in Afghanistan * Alessandro Monsutti (IHEID, Geneva) * 7: NGOs and The State: Clash or Class? Circulating Elites of Good Governance in Serbia * Theodora Vetta (PhD student, EHESS, Paris) * 8: Multiple Sovereignty and Trans-nationalism in A Nation State: Aga Khan Development Network in Hunza, Pakistan * Shafqat Hussain (Trinity College) * 9: Jakarta s Spring, Democracy-building, Organizations and The Renaissance of Indonesian Multipartism * Romain Bertrand (sciences po, CERI) * 10: Nigeria, Democrazy and The German Political Foundations * Marc Antoine Pérouse de Montclos (Institut de Recherche pour le développement) * 11: Cuba s Democratic transition: in search of the event * Dejan Dimitrijevic (Nice University, France) Sciences Po Series in IR and PE October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 296PP / 1 graph Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Cold War and the 1984 Olympic Games A Soviet-American Surrogate War Philip D Agati, Northeastern University, USA The Soviet boycott of the 1984 Olympic Games is explained as the result of a complex series of events and policies that culminated in a strategic decision to not participate in Los Angeles. Using IR framework, D Agati developes and argues for the concept of surrogate wars as an alternative means for conflict between states. Contents: 1. The Surrogate War, the Boycott, and the Search for a Hidden Story * 2. A Primer on Politics in the Olympics * 3. Soviet Sports History and the Olympic Movement * 4. Montreal, Moscow, and Los Angeles: Bidding for the Games * : An American Winter and a Soviet Summer * 6. The LAOOC and Soviet Reasons for Not Attending * 7. Socialist Inconsistencies and the Security Issue * 8. Conclusions on Surrogate Wars, Nested Games, and Soviet Sports Policy June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 240PP / 10 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

33 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Secret War in Afghanistan The Soviet Union, China and Anglo-American Intelligence in the Afghan War Panagiotis Dimitrakis, Historian, Athens, Greece Dimitrakis also outlines the full extent of China s involvement in arming the Mujahedeen, effectively fighting Brezhnev s Soviet Union by proxy. This will be essential reading for scholars and students of the Cold War, American History and the Modern Middle East. Contents: Abbreviations * Acknowledgments * Preface * 1. Afghan Feuds and Secret Intelligence * 2. Wrong Estimates and the Invasion * 3. International Angst * 4. Assessing Kremlin s Intentions and its Fears * 5. Espionage and Clandestine Arming * 6. Discovering Chinese Intentions * 7. The CIA and Gorbachev * 8. Aftermath: Continuing Covert Operations June 2013 US 224PP Hardback.00 / $90.00 / CN$ / Representations of Global Poverty Aid, Development and International NGOs Edited by Nandita Dogra, University of London, UK Through the efforts of increasingly mediaaware NGOs, people in rich nations are bombarded with images of poverty and suffering. Representations of Global Poverty is the first comprehensive study of the communications and imagery used by international NGOs to represent the global South. In this meticulously researched and original book, Nandita Dogra examines a full cycle of representation integrating analyses of an annual cycle of fundraising and advocacy messages of international development NGOs in the UK with the views of their staff and audiences. Exploring NGO messages across the discourses of charity, justice, humanism, cosmopolitanism, colonialism and Eurocentrism, she argues for a greater acknowledgement of NGOs as significant mediating institutions which can expand understandings of global inequalities. The book is a timely addition to the growing fields of development, media and postcolonial studies and will be a key resource for academics, policymakers and practitioners alike who have an interest in global poverty, aid, NGOs, and the politics of representation. Contents: Introduction * Difference: People, Spaces and Problems * Cast of Characters * Distant Spaces * Causes and Solutions of Global Poverty * Oneness * One Humanity * Uniform First World * Reflexivity * Connecting with the Lives of Others * Conclusions: Towards Reflexive Understandings Library of Development Studies June 2012 US 256PP / 10 b/w illus. Hardback $89.50 / CN$ / Political Extremism in Democracies Combating Intolerance William M. Downs, Georgia State University, USA When political extremists - organized into parties that compete openly and successfully in democratic elections - enter the conventional institutional arena, how do mainstream actors react? This book deals with understanding how democracies respond to party-based extremism and with what consequences. Contents: Pariahs in their Midst: Organized Extremism and the Problem of Tolerance in Contemporary Democracies * Ignore, Isolate, Co-Opt, Collaborate or Ban? Mapping Strategic Responses to Pariah Parties * Determinants of Democratic Defensiveness * Is the Cordon Sanitaire Effective? * The Moderating Effects of Incumbency? * Responding to Political Extremism Without Succumbing to It * Ban the Bans, but Guard the Threshold? Lessons from Old to New Democracies June 2012 UK / June 2012 US 254PP / 9 b/w tables, 1 b/w illustration, 7 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Britain and the Confrontation with Indonesia, David Easter, King's College London, UK David Easter reveals a radically different view, persuasively making the case that Britain waged a secret war against President Sukarno s Indonesia- supporting rebel groups, spreading propaganda, and carrying out clandestine cross-border raids so as to protect her regional and international interests. It was the covert nature of operations and the deliberate decision of British policy-makers to keep the full extent of this conflict away from public scrutiny that has allowed it to be overshadowed in the annals of history. Contents: List of Abbreviations * List of Key Office Holders * Maps of Indonesia and Malaysia * Introduction * The decision to form Malaysia, 1960-January 1962 * The Brunei revolt and the start of Confrontation, January 1962-April 1963 * Pressing ahead with Malaysia, April-September 1963 * Coping with the Confrontation, September 1963-April 1964 * Escalation and rethink, May-October 1964 * Labour and Confrontation, October 1964-March 1965 * Exit Singapore, April-September 1965 * The coup attempt in Indonesia, September 1965-January 1966 * Ending the Confrontation, January-August 1966 * Conclusion * Notes * Bibliography * Index April 2012 US 256PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 33

34 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Crises in the Atlantic Alliance Affect and Relations among NATO Members Lucile Eznack, University of Geneva, Switzerland Through a theoretical and empirical examination of the 1956 Suez Crisis, the 1966 NATO crisis, and the 2003 Iraq crisis, Eznack explores the connections between affect and emotion, the occurrence of crises, and the repair of those crises in close allies relationships, and provides a new perspective on alliances and friendly relations among states. Contents: 1. Affect and the Atlantic Alliance * 2. Affect and Transatlantic Crises * 3. The Suez Crisis * 4. The 1966 Crisis * 5. The Iraq Crisis November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 206PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Europe s Balkan Dilemma Paths to Civil Society or State-Building? Adam Fagan, University of London, UK From the perspective of the Western Balkans today, the EU looks and acts like a development agency with a spectacularly broad brief and very deep pockets. Yet until the end of the twentieth century, external relations and foreign policy were minor aspects of EU activity. How and why has the role of the EU changed so dramatically and what does this reveal about the future development of the Balkan states? Europe s Balkan Dilemma offers the first comprehensive analysis of the impact of EU assistance and intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and newly independent Kosovo. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * The EU and the Western Balkans * The EU and Post-Socialist Europe: assistance, association and accession * The EU and the Western Balkans: entrants, candidates and potential candidates * EU priorities and conditionality in the Potential Candidate Countries: a different approach and agenda? * EU Aid and Assistance : The CARDS programme * Aid and assistance : the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) * Theorizing EU assistance and intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo * Civil society development aid as a framework for assessing EU assistance * Capacity building instead of civil society? * A good governance perspective on EU assistance * The EU in Bosnia-Herzegovina * Bosnia s past and present: external development and intervention * Post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina: from Dayton to Brussels * Bosnia and the EU * The EU in Serbia * Serbian politics after Miloševi? * Serbia and the EU: political context and recent developments * EU assistance to Serbia * Quantitative analysis of EU assistance to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia * EU assistance and intervention in Kosovo: lessons learnt? * Civil society and the non-state sector in Kosovo - the challenge for EU assistance * EU assistance in practice: the European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR) * Conclusion January 2013 US 224PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 / A New A-Z of International Relations Theory Christoher Farrands, The Nottingham Trent University, UK, Lloyd Pettiford, Nottingham Trent University, UK, Roy C. Smith, Nottingham Trent University, UK, and Imad El-Anis, Nottingham Trent University, UK This book features over 250 alphabetical entries covering the most important and the latest cutting-edge theory, from anarchy to world systems theory. Entries include scholars, writers, concepts, principal debates, argumentation, theories, leading schools of thought, states, international bodies, conflicts and war, treaties and alliances. The coverage is global and comprehensive with substantial crossreferencing, and the extensive index serves as a major reference tool enabling readers to pick up additional important subjects from the main alphabetical entries. Library of International Relations September 2013 US 320PP Hardback $98.50 / CN$ / Paperback $24.95 / CN$28.95 / Solidarity Hidden Histories and Geographies of Internationalism David Featherstone, University of Glasgow, UK In Solidarity, David Featherstone addresses a necessary and timely topic. Despite the frequency with which the word solidarity is invoked, it has in fact rarely been the subject of rigorous analysis. Instead, the forms that solidarities take are frequently taken as given. This book redresses this situation by drawing on an innovative combination of archival research, oral histories and firsthand participant observation with political movements. Throughout, Featherstone invokes a rich Wide-ranging and original, Solidarity is a fascinating investigation of an increasingly vital subject. Contents: Introduction * Part 1: Theorizing Solidarity * 1.Solidarity: Theorizing a Transformative Political Relation * 2.Tracing Hidden Histories and Geographies of Internationalism * Part 2: From Anti-Slavery to Anti-Fascism * 3. Anti-Slavery Politics and the First International * 4. Solidarities and the Contested Politics of Maritime Labour * 5. Pan-Africanism and Anti-Fascism * Part 3: Solidarities and Cold War Geopolitics * 6.The Chilean Coup and Transnational Solidarities * 7.The Campaign for European Nuclear Disarmament and the End of the Cold War * Part 4: Solidarities in the Current Conjuncture * 8. Anti-Corporate Solidarities - The Coca-Cola Boycott * 9. Solidarities and the Contested Politics of Climate Change * 10.Solidarities and the Economic Crisis * Conclusions * Glossary August 2012 US 288PP Hardback $ / Paperback $26.95 / Published by Zed Books 34

35 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Empires in World War I Shifting Frontiers and Imperial Dynamics in a Global Conflict Andrew Jarboe, Northeastern University, USA, and Edited by Richard Fogarty, University at Albany, SUNY, USA The book assesses the effects of the war on Native Americans in the United States for example, as well as on the relationship between India and Pakistan, the British justice system in Palestine and the imperial scramble in the Asia-Pacific region. Empires in World War I will be essential reading for students and scholars of the twentieth century. Contents: 1. Myths and Realities of Imperial Expansion * 2. Digging-In: The Great War and the Roots of Belgian Empire; Matthew G. Stanard * 3. Race and Imperial Ambition: The case of Japan and India after World War One; Maryanne Rhett * 4. A Pacific Scramble?: Imperial Readjustment in the Asia Pacific, ; William Matthew Kennedy * 5. Soldiers of Empire, Far from Home * 6. It was a Pretty Good War, but They Stopped it too Soon : The American Empire, Native Americans, and the First World War; Steve Sabol * 7. The Full and Just Penalty?: British Military Justice and the Empire s War for Palestine; Julian Saltman * 8. Propaganda and Empire in the Heart of Europe: Indian Soldiers in Hospital and Prison, ; Andrew T. Jarboe * 9. Thinking Imperially, Acting Locally * 10. Citizenship, Military Service and Managing Exceptionalism: Originaires in World War One; Sarah Zimmerman * 11. For God and Country: Missionary Service in Colonial Africa during the Great War; Kenneth Orosz * 12. The Visual Politics of Upper Silesian Settlements in the First World War; Erin Eckhold Sassin * 13. Imperial Aftershocks * 14. The First World War and the Permanent West Indian Soldier; Richard Smith * 15. The First World War and Empire in the Americas; Alan McPherson * 16. Requiem for Empire: Fabian War and the Imperial War Graves Commission; John Lack and Bart Ziino * Conclusion International Library of Twentieth Century History April 2013 US 336PP Hardback.00 / $99.00 / CN$ / Politics of Confrontation The Foreign Policy of the USA and Revolutionary Iran Babak Ganji, specialist in US foreign policy, and Middle Eastern politics and history Provocation is the key theme in the antagonistic relationship between the US and post-revolution Iran. The two nations are the source of a growing tension felt around the globe. Politics of Confrontation is a penetrating critique of international relations theory within the historical framework of US-Iranian relations from the early reign of the Shah to the revolution under the Ayatollah Khomeini, with particular emphasis on the final years during the Carter administration. June 2012 US 328PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 / Teaching America to the World and the World to America Education and Foreign Relations since 1870 Edited by Richard Garlitz, University of Tennessee at Martin, USA, and Lisa Jarvinen, La Salle University, USA How did American education shape U.S. foreign relations? And how did educators around the world influence American schooling and diplomacy? These are enormous questions, and the answers vary across space and time. So do the remarkable essays in this collection, which draw together the best recent scholarship about international education and U.S. foreign affairs. - Jonathan Zimmerman, professor of Education and History, New York University Teaching America offers a treasure trove of fascinating research. It shows that Americans and other peoples learned about one another in ways that surprised them both and that soft power is as unpredictable, challenging, and determinative as hard power, and just as real. Wonderful reading. - Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, author of All You Need is Love: The Peace Corps and the Spirit of the 1960s A fresh analysis of the study of American foreign relations history, this book shows the ways in which international education has shaped the US relationship with the world. Contents: Is the World Our Campus?: International Students and U.S. Global Power in the Long Twentieth Century - Paul A. KramerSarmiento s Self- Strengthening Experiment: Americanizing Schools for Argentine Nation-Buildin - Karen LerouxEducating the Sons of the Revolution: The Cuban Educational Association, Lisa JarvinenA Vital, Free, Independent and Lay Republic: John Dewey and the Role of Education in Establishing the Turkish State - Doris A. Santoro and Charles DornEducation and International Cultural Understanding: The American Elite Approach, Liping BuSex Education: Gender, Sexuality, and Race in French-American Relations in the Twentieth Century - Whitney WaltonFrench Academic Propaganda in the United States, Dorothée BouquetLost in Translation: Japanese Fulbright Students as Cultural Interpreters - Shuji OtsukaAmerican University Advisors and Education Modernization in Iran, , Richard Garlitz July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 35

36 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Tweets and the Streets Social Media and Contemporary Activism Paolo Gerbaudo, American University in Cairo, Egypt Tweets and the Streets analyses the culture of the new protest movements of the twentyfirst century. From the Arab Spring to the indignados protests in Spain and the Occupy movement, Paolo Gerbaudo examines the relationship between the rise of social media and the emergence of new forms of protest. Gerbaudo argues that activists use of Twitter and Facebook does not fit with the image of a cyberspace detached from physical reality. Instead, social media is used as part of a project of re-appropriation of public space, which involves the assembling of different groups around occupied places such as Cairo s Tahrir Square or New York s Zuccotti Park. An exciting and invigorating journey through the new politics of dissent, Tweets and the Streets points both to the creative possibilities and to the risks of political evanescence which new media brings to the contemporary protest experience. Contents: Introduction * 1 The Choreography of Gathering * 2 Keep Moving: Antiglobalisation and the Tourist Imaginary * 3 #Tahrir and Tahrir: Social Media and the New Arab Street * 4 Toma la plaza! the Indignados and the Assembling of Outrage * 5 OccupyEverything: of Tactical Innovations and Popular Festivals * 6 Trending Places: the Liquidity of Involvement in Contemporary Activism * Conclusion October 2012 US 216PP / 20 b/w illus. Hardback $95.00 / Paperback $27.00 / Published by Pluto Press Obama and the Middle East The End of America s Moment? Fawaz A. Gerges, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK During his presidential campaign, Barack Obama promised to distance the United States from the neoconservative foreign policy legacy of his predecessor, George W. Bush, and usher in a new era of a global, interconnected world. More than two years have passed since his inauguration, and the reality of President Obama s approach is in stark contrast to the ebullient and optimistic image that he originally built up. In fact, Obama is not committed to redefining US foreign policy in a transformational way, but calibrating and correcting the Bush policies, and reclaiming the neorealist approach that defined America s foreign policy since WWII. Taking stock of Obama s first year in the White House, this book places his engagement in the Middle East within the broader context of US foreign policy since 9/11 and examines key areas that have posed a challenge to his administration. Middle East expert Fawaz Gerges highlights the administration s widening credibility gap and lack of resolve and political will to directly confront policy challenges headon, and offer essential strategic recommendations for advancing US relations with the Muslim World. Contents: Introduction: Overcoming the Bitter Inheritance * America s Encounter with the Middle East * In a Single Morning: The Bush Doctrine * The Obama Doctrine * Pivotal Peace * Obama and the War on Terror * Allies and Foes: The Pivotal States - Egypt, Turkey, and Iran June 2012 UK / May 2012 US 304PP Hardback / $28.00 / CN$32.00 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites

37 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Asian and Pacific Regional Cooperation Turning Zones of Conflict into Arenas of Peace Michael Haas, Political Film Society, USA An exploration of why and how peace has gradually mitigated intense conflict in the Asia-Pacific region, this volume draws on case studies and multivariate quantitative analysis to test theories of peace and conflict regarding the region. Contents: PART I: THEORIES * Theories of Regionalism * The Asian Way and the Pacific Way * PART II: DYNAMICS * Waves of Asian Regional Cooperation * Waves of Pacific Regional Cooperation * Pivotal Roles in Regional Cooperation * PART III: EFFECTIVENESS * Creating Arenas of Peace * Successful Security Communities March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 224PP / 19 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Kurdish Life in Contemporary Turkey Migration, Gender and Ethnic Identity Anna Grabolle Celiker, anthropologist The question of Kurdish identity and belonging is counted among the most controversial and challenging issues in modern Turkey. Kurdish Life in Contemporary Turkey cuts to the heart of this debate in an exploration of shifting ethnic identities brought on by the processes of extensive rural-urban labor migration. As well as analyzing the effects of migration on social networks and local political landscapes, this volume examines how Kurdish gender roles have changed. The everyday experiences of rural-urban migrants from Van province, on the southeastern borders of the country, are central to this book, but they are inextricably linked to conflicting discourses on Kurdishness and the place of this minority in Turkey. Library of Modern Turkey April 2013 US 320PP / 10 b/w illus. Hardback $99.00 / CN$ / Rethinking the UN Global Compact Edited by Catia Gregoratti, Lund University, Sweden, and Bart Slob, SOMO, The Netherlands The Global Compact is one of the many ways the transnational corporations try to show a smiley face to the world, no matter what their real behaviour. An irresponsible UN helps them get away with it, and the good showcase project here or there doesn t change that reality. The scholars in this book explain as nowhere else why the Global Compact should be abolished forthwith. Susan George, Board President, The Transnational Institute The UN Global Compact is the most renowned corporate social responsibility initiative in the world. Rethinking the UN Global Compact brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners who have theorized, studied, and articulated critiques against the UN Global Compact s soft approach to corporate regulation.the contributors critically interrogate facets of the UN Global Compact s history, politics, and practices within and beyond the United Nations. This edited book provides theoretically informed and empirically rich perspectives on the UN Global Compact politics and contemporary debates on corporate social responsibility and corporate accountability. December 2013 US 120PP Hardback $ / Paperback $40.00 / Published by Pluto Press The Dawn of the Arab Uprisings End of an Old Order? Edited by Bassam Haddad, George Mason University, USA, Rosie Bsheer, Columbia University, USA, and Ziad Abu-Rish, University of California Los Angeles, USA The Dawn of the Arab Uprising sheds light on the historical background and initial impact of the mass uprisings which have shaken the Arab world since December The book brings together the best writers from the online journal Jadaliyya, which has established itself as an unparalleled source of information and critical analysis on the Middle East. The authors, many of whom live in the countries affected, provide unique understanding and first-hand accounts of events that have received superficial and partial coverage in Western and Arab media alike. While the book focuses on those states that have been most affected by the uprisings it also covers the impact on Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Palestine, and Iraq. The Dawn of the Arab Uprising covers the full range of issues involved in these historic events, from political economy and the role of social media, to international politics, gender, labor, and the impact on culture, making this the ideal one-stop introduction to the events for the novice and specialist alike. October 2012 US 296PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $32.00 / Published by Pluto Press Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 37

38 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Irish Governance in Crisis Edited by Niamh Hardiman, University College Dublin, Ireland Ireland s international reputation changed rapidly from global success story to European problem-case. How did this happen? What are the implications for our view of good governance? This book argues that there is a crisis in the way the Irish state is structured and in the manner in which it relates to the main organized interests in the society. Through a set of linked policy studies, it shows how sectional benefits can be prioritized where public interest considerations are weakly articulated and debated. Policy choices may entail unintended perverse consequences that, once embedded, can be difficult to alter. The book traces these weaknesses to the dominance of parties, the permeability of the political system to sectional interests, and the weakness of democratic accountability. A powerful concluding chapter sets out an agenda for future research on institutional design and political reform. This book sets out a compelling argument that institutional design matters, especially in an increasingly global and interdependent world. June 2012 US 256PP / 29 diagrams Hardback $ / Paperback $29.95 / Published by Manchester University Press The Grand Delusion Britain After Sixty Years of Elizabeth II Stephen Haseler, London Metropolitan University, UK In this groundbreaking and thoughtprovoking new book, Stephen Haseler argues that the class structure which the monarchy has continued to encourage has retained outdated, yet seemingly entrenched, attitudes which have negatively affected Britain s economy, capacity to innovate and international stature. He provides an alternative political and social history of modern Britain which will be a provocative yet entertaining and informative read in the Queen s anniversary year. Contents: ILLUSIONS ( ) * Introduction: Coronation - The New Elizabethan Age * A World Power: Bevin and Churchill * No End of a Lesson: Suez * Plus ca Change : Class, Satire, Survival * REALITY AND CIVIL WAR ( ) * Falling Apart: Devaluation and Decline * Heath and the Dash for Europe * Civil War: Thatcher s Revolutionary Army * Civil War: Britain s Marxist Generation * THATCHER S REVOLUTUION PART ONE: FALSE DAWN ( )THE THATCHER REVOLUTION ( ) * Victory: Falklands, The Miners, The Split ( SDP) * Business in Power: Global Capital and the Global City * The Construction of a Global Anglo-America * Radical Possibilities * THATCHER S REVOLUTION PART TWO: HUBIS AND BLAIR ( ) * Simply the Best * Blair s New Labour Faustian Pact * Blair, the Global Celebrity (Clinton and the Faustian Pact: Globalisation) * New Labour and Neo-Con America * THE RECKONING : CRASH AND MELTDOWN: AN AUDIT OF HUBRIS * Meltdown: The Crash of * The Hollowing Out of the UK * Disaster for the Middle Class: The Rich got Richer * Still No Role: New Xenophobia in the Offshore Islands June 2012 US 304PP / 24 b/w in 16pp plates Hardback $55.00 / CN$63.00 / Justifying Violence Communicative Ethics and the Use of Force in Kosovo Naomi Head, University of Glasgow, UK This excellent book should be required reading not only for scholars but policymakers confronted with life and death decisions about the use of force. - K.M. Fierke, University of St. Andrews When is the use of force for humanitarian purposes legitimate? The book examines this question through one of the most controversial examples of humanitarian intervention in the post Cold War period: the 1999 NATO intervention in Kosovo. Justifying Violence applies a critical theoretical approach to an interrogation of the communicative practices which underpin claims to legitimacy for the use of force by actors in international politics. Drawing on the theory of communicative ethics, the book develops an innovative conceptual framework which contributes a critical communicative dimension to the question of legitimacy that extends beyond the moral and legal approaches so often applied to the intervention in Kosovo. The empirical application of communicative ethics offers a provocative and nuanced account which contests conventional interpretations of the legitimacy of NATO s intervention. Contents: Contents * Preface * Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Introduction * Part I * 1 Locating Kosovo and legitimacy * 2 Putting out the fire while the coals still burn: Kosovo prior to 1999 * 3 Communicative action in International Relations * Part II * 4 The Habermasian project: dialogue as normative grounds and object of critique * 5 The communicative imperatives * 6 Applying the communicative imperatives: debating Kosovo * 7 Conclusion * Bibliography October 2012 US 256PP Hardback $90.00 / Published by Manchester University Press Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. 38

39 international business & MANAGEMENT relations The Left and the European Constitution From Laeken to Lisbon Edited by Michael Holmes, Liverpool Hope University College, UK, and Knut Roder, St Louis University, Spain This book examines how the Left is affected by European integration. It starts from the rejection of the European Constitution in France and the Netherlands in 2005, in which left-wing parties played key roles. The book explores the level of pro- and anti-eu sentiment among left-wing parties. It discusses the left's reaction to the EU's neoliberal policies such as Laval, the Lisbon Agenda and the Bolkestein Directive. It examines the extent to which parties are Europeanised or remain nationally-oriented. The book looks at parties from all three leftwing families -social democrats, left-socialists, and left-greens. It contains case-studies of eleven EU member states, and also examines the left in the European Parliament. It provides a unique cross-national, cross-party evaluation of contemporary events. Contents: Preface: The Left and the European Constitution from Laeken to Lisbon, Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann * 1. The Left from Laeken to Lisbon. Michael Holmes and Knut Roder * 2. Left parties at the EU level: Influencing the Convention. Simon Lightfoot * 3. The Yes-No dichotomy of the French Left. Sally Marthaler * 4. The Dutch Left and European integration: Framing the Constitutional debate. Robert Harmsen * 5. Left parties and the European Constitution in Spain: Building and contesting Europe from a federalist perspective. Tània Verge * 6. The German Left from Laeken to Lisbon. Knut Roder * 7. The Left in Italy and the Lisbon Treaty: A political Europe, a social Europe and an economic Europe. Lucia Quaglia * 8. The British Left and the institutional reform of the EU. Mike Mannin * 9. The Danish Left and the Constitutional/Lisbon Treaty: Not so sceptical after all?rasmus Leander Nielsen and Rasmus Brun Pedersen * 10. The Swedish Left and European integration: Linking Laval and Lisbon. Lee Miles and Hans Lödén * 11. The Hungarian Left and the European integration process: the bittersweet success of return to Europe. Attila Ágh * 12. From a spectator to a player to the bench: the Left in Slovakia from Laeken to Lisbon. Tim Haughton and Vladimir Bilcik * 13. The Polish Left and the European Constitution. Nathaniel Copsey * 14. The Left and European integration beyond Lisbon. Michael Holmes and Knut Roder December 2012 US 256PP / 24 diagrams Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Trading Secrets Spies and Intelligence in an Age of Terror Mark Huband, The Guardian, The Times and The Financial Times, UK In this gripping book, former security correspondent Mark Huband takes us inside the shadowy world of intelligence-gathering. Drawing on previously unseen material, unpublished letters and exclusive interviews, he explores how the role and purpose of 'intelligence' has evolved from its origins in nineteenth-century Ireland to today's fight against terrorism. Contents: Prologue * The Craft of Cheat and Imposter * The First Intelligence War * Talking to Terrorists * Making Spies * Games without Frontiers * The Osama Method * The Road to 9/11 * Guantanamo Days * Know Your Enemy * Shadow Wars * Epilogue February 2013 US 272PP Hardback $29.50 / CN$34.00 / Islamist Radicalisation in Europe and the Middle East Reassessing the Causes of Terrorism Edited by George Joffé, University of Cambridge, UK Are today s radicals tomorrow s extremists? Are adherents to Islamism necessarily extremist or violent? Most analyses of violence emanating from the Middle East or from Europe s Muslim communities tend to assume that this is the case. Not so in this book. Instead, with a wide-ranging and case-by-case approach, it seeks to look beyond these assumptions, examining the specific contexts of radicalism and asking what creates the conditions for radicalization. Contents: Introduction * Methodological Issues * Islam and Radicalism * Muslims in the UK * Muslims in the UK (Literary Analysis) * Radicalism in Literary Terms (Pakistan) * Radicalism in Iraq * Kurdish Radicalisation in Turkey * Radicalisation in Egypt * Radicalisation in Palestine * Radicalisation in Israel * Radicalism in Lebanon * Radicalism in the Gulf * Radicals in Yemen * Radicalisation in Iran Library of International Relations November 2012 US 320PP Hardback $98.50 / CN$ / US Foreign Policy in the European Media Framing the Rise and Fall of Neoconservatism George N. Tzogopoulos, columnist, Apogevmatini, Greece George N. Tzogopoulos argues that the impact of neoconservatism can be disputed, examining other factors which influenced US foreign policy and the role of other politicians outside the neoconservatism movement. He demonstrates that prior to the events of 9/11, the key opinion-forming newspapers in Europe differed in their representations of neoconservatism. The author asks why it is that media coverage in Europe focused on neoconservatism in particular over other IR theories, and the different factors such as the scapegoat theory which influenced journalistic work. Contents: Introduction * The Genesis of Neoconservatism * A Neoconservative Revolution? * The European and Media Dimensions * Publishing on Neoconservatism * Before 9/11 * The Aftermath of 9/11 * The War of the Neocons * The Leo-Cons * Conclusion Library of International Relations November 2012 US 256PP / 15 b/w illus. Hardback $92.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 39

40 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Europe and the Collapse of Yugoslavia The Role of Non-State Actors and European Diplomacy Branislav Radeljic, University of East London, UK Branislav Radeljic offers an empirical analysis of the EC s relations with Yugoslavia from the late sixties, when Yugoslavia was under the presidency of Josep Broz Tito, through to the collapse of the nation state in 1992, after the rise of Slobodan Milošević and the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars. Radeljic explores the economic, political and social elements of these discords, and also places emphasis on the role of Slovenes, Croats and other diasporas - focusing on their capacity to affect policy-making at a Europe-wide level. Contents: Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * Introduction * Writing the Collapse of Yugoslavia: Existing and Potential Arguments * Internal Factors * Economics: Factor of Connectivity * External Factors * What is yet to be Examined? * Conclusion Library of International Relations September 2012 US 256PP Hardback $99.00 / CN$ / Border Walls Security and the War on Terror in the United States, India and Israel Reece Jones, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA Two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, why are leading democracies like the United States, India, and Israel building massive walls and fences on their borders? Despite predictions of a borderless world through globalization, these three countries alone have built an astonishing combined total of 5,700 kilometers of security barriers. In this groundbreaking work, Reece Jones analyzes how these controversial border security projects were justified in their respective countries, what consequences these physical barriers have on the lives of those living in these newly securitized spaces, and what long-term effects the hardening of political borders will have in these societies and globally. Border Walls is a bold, important intervention that demonstrates that the exclusion and violence necessary to secure the borders of the modern state often undermine the very ideals of freedom and democracy they are meant to protect. Contents: Introduction: Fortress Democracy * 1. Borders, Barriers, and the War on Terror * 2. Securing the Homeland in the United States * 3. Border Fencing and the Global War on Terror in India * 4. Arafat is our bin Laden : Territory and Terrorism in Israel and Palestine * 5. Building Up, Rippling Out: Enforcement Practices at the US-Mexican Border * 6. The Agents of Exception in the Indian Borderlands * 7. The Practices of Insecurity: The Barrier in the West Bank * 8. The Enduring Significance of Borders * Appendix: Methodology and Methods * References August 2012 US 224PP Hardback $ / Paperback $29.95 / Published by Zed Books Bahrain from the Twentieth Century to the Arab Spring Miriam Joyce, Purdue University Calumet, USA An exploration of the modern history of Bahrain and its international relations, Joyce investigates the country s relations with the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the USSR. Placing today s events in context, she covers the history of tension between Sunni and Shia Bahrainis and concludes with the still-unfolding events of the Arab spring. Contents: Oil, Iran and Palestine * Arab Nationalism and the British Decision to Depart * From Independence to the Ramadan/Yom Kippur War * Old Problems and New Challenges * After the Shah s Departure * From the Gulf Cooperation Council to the Arab Spring Middle East Today August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 184PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Troubled Triangle Economic and Security Concerns for The United States, Japan, and China Edited by Takashi Inoguchi, University of Niigata Prefecture, Japan, and G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University, USA The US, China, and Japan form a troubled triangle, with each country negotiating its foreign policy toward the other two in response to economic and security pressures that operate as an interrelated duality. Written by international relations experts, this book examines how the three countries respond to this set of pressures and to each other. Contents: 1. Introductory; Takashi Inoguchi and G. John Ikenberry * 2. East Asia and Liberal International Order: Hegemony, Balance, and Consent in the Shaping of East Asian Regional Order; G. John Ikenberry * 3. Japan s Foreign Policy Line after the Cold War; Takashi Inoguchi * 4. Peaceful Rise, Multipolarity and China s Foreign Policy Line; Zhongqi Pan and Zhimin Chen * 5. Japan s U.S. Policy under DPJ and Its Domestic Background: Still Recovering from the Unarticulated Changes ; Yoichiro Sato * 6. China United States policy and its domestic backgrounds; Jia Qingguo * 7. Sibling Rivalry? Domestic Politics and the US-Japan Alliance; David Leheny * 8. China s Japan Policy and its Domestic Background; Liu Jiangyong * 9. Japan, China and the American Pivot : A Triangular Analysis; Lowell Dittmer * 10. Japanese policy toward China; Emi MifuneContributors: Chongqi Pan, Fudan University, China * Yoichiro Sato, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan * Qingguo Jia, Peking University, China * David Leheny, Princeton University, USA * Jiangyung Liu, Tsinghua University, China * Lowell Dittmer, The University Of California, USA * Emi Mifune, Komazawa University, Japan Asia Today May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 304PP / 7 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

41 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Pipelines Flowing Oil and Crude Politics Rafael Kandiyoti, Imperial College London, UK Oil and natural gas are now acknowledged to be the driving forces of international politics. What has not yet been fully explored is how their delivery affects the geopolitics of the world. Pipelines, once built, create new diplomatic realities some states are newly connected, others isolated. Contents: List of Maps * Preface * Introduction * Oil and gas and pipelines: The ground rules * Pipelines and their problems * Hostage pipelines of the Middle East * South Asia s long-awaited pipelines * The Russian nexus: Ruptured links and flying sparks in Eastern Europe * Russia, the trans- Caucasus and the trans-caspian Republics * Oil and gas transmission in East Asia: the options * Where do we go from here? Endnotes * Index June 2012 US 320PP / 7 maps Paperback $19.00 / CN$22.00 / Russia and Britain in Persia Imperial Ambitions in Qajar Iran Firuz Kazemzadeh, Yale University, USA This classic work by distinguished historian Firuz Kazemzadeh provides an outstanding history of Anglo-Russian relations in Persia in the half century preceding the First World War. It affords both a comprehensive overview of British and Russian policy in Iran and detailed coverage of the most important events. Contents: New Introduction * Preface * Anglo- Russian Conflict in Central Asia: Genesis and Evolution * Reuter and Falkenhagen: Two Failures and a beginning * Penetration Pacifique : Rivers, Railways, Trade and Foreign Advisers * The Tobacco Regie: Britain s Retreat and Russia s Offensive * Loans, Concessions and Political Power * Seistan and the Persian Gulf: Gates to India * War, Revolution and the Reconciliation of the Antagonists * The Uneasy Alliance * The Strangling of Persia * Bibliography * Index May 2013 US 739PP / 1 Map Hardback $ / CN$ / The Middle East Peace Process and the EU Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International Politics Taylan Özgür Kaya, Middle East Technical University, Turkey In the post-9/11 era, the EU has attempted to shape itself into, and certainly has aspirations of being, a key foreign and security policy actor in international politics. Taylan Özgür Kaya looks at how this is enacted, with particular reference to the EU s role in the Middle East Peace Process. Expanding its political, diplomatic, economic and security role in the region, the EU, whilst still being the junior partner to the US, has increasingly played a more conspicuous role in the attempts to resolve (or at least mediate) conflict in the Middle East. Contents: Introduction * Theoretical Framework for Analysis * The EU s Foreign and Security Policy Rose Conceptions * A Historical Overview of the EC/EU s Involvement in the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the MEPP in the Pre-9/11 Era * Analysis of the Level of Congruity between the EU s Role Conceptions and Role Performance in the MEPP in the Post-9/11 Era * Conclusion Library of European Studies February 2013 US 304PP / 3 b/w illus. Hardback $95.00 / CN$ / A Political Legacy of the British Empire Power and the Westminster System in Post-Colonial India and Sri Lanka Harshan Kumarasingham, Potsdam University, USA The impact of cultural conditions on the exercise of Westminster-style executive power gives an invaluable insight into the ambiguous and flexible tenets of the Westminster political system itself, as well as shedding light upon the development of India and Sri Lanka today. This book brings a new analytical model to bear upon a crucial nation-building era in countries where the needs of the wider population were often at odds with the aims of their westernized rulers. Contents: Theory and Methodology * India The New Raj A Tryst with Westminster? * Mixed Messages?: Indian Responses to its British Legacy * The Indian Version of First Among Equals * Federalism: A Paramount Mechanism * Ceylon Ceylonese Surprises behind a Westminster Façade * British is Best An Elite Faith * Executive Affairs The Ceylonese Partnership of Convenience * Communalism: A Canker Ignored? * India and Ceylon s Eastminsters Compared * Conclusion Westminster s Enduring Legacy International Library of Twentieth Century History January 2013 US 320PP / 2 Maps Hardback $95.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 41

42 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Africa and the European Union A Strategic Partnership Edited by Jack Mangala, Grand Valley State University, USA The most comprehensive, critical, and upto-date analysis of the dynamics affecting EU-Africa relations since the adoption of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES) in Contents: PART I: SETTING THE CONTEXTAfrica- EU Strategic Partnership: Significance and Implications Jack MangalaAfrica-EU Strategic Partnership: Historical Background, Institutional Architecture, and Theoretical Frameworks Jack MangalaPART II: THE PARTNERSHIP IN MOTIONAfrica-EU Partnership on Peace and Security Toni HaastrupAfrica-EU Partnership on Democratic Governance and Human Rights Jack MangalaAfrica-EU Partnership on Trade and Regional Integration Olufemi Babarinde and Stephen WrightAfrica-EU Partnership on the Millennium Development Goals Olufemi Babarinde and Stephen WrightAfrica-EU Partnership on Climate Change and the Environment Daniela SicurelliAfrica-EU Partnership on Energy Michael Charles and Benjamin MuliliAfrica-EU Partnership on Migration, Mobility and Employment Jack MangalaPART III: PERSPECTIVES AND PROSPECTSThe Future of Africa-EU Strategy Erik LundsgaardeFive Years after Lisbon: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward Jack Mangala December 2012 UK / January 2013 US 272PP / 20 b/w tables, 8 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Cruel Harvest US Intervention in the Afghan Drug Trade Julien Mercille, University College Dublin, Ireland Mainstream commentators claim that the Taliban are the main culprits behind Afghanistan s skyrocketing drug trade and that the US military is waging a war on drugs in Afghanistan to weaken the insurgency and keep our streets free of heroin. Cruel Harvest lifts the lid on the reality behind the mainstream narrative, showing that the United States in fact shares a large part of the responsibility by supporting drug lords, refusing to adopt effective drug control policies and failing to crack down on drug money laundered through Western banks. Julien Mercille argues that the United States is not concerned about waging a real war on drugs, and that alleged concerns about narcoterrorism mostly act as pretexts to justify occupation. In a powerful conclusion Mercille contends that US intervention in Afghanistan is motivated by power imperatives, not benign intentions. Contents: Abbreviations * Acknowledgements * 1. Introduction * 2. Perspectives * 3. Rise to Prominence * 4. From Forgotten State to Rogue State * 5. To Afghanistan * 6. Washington and the Afghan Drug Trade since 2001 * 7. Solutions * 8. Conclusion: American Power, Drugs, and Drug Wars * Notes * Index December 2012 US 192PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $29.00 / Published by Pluto Press National Interests and European Integration Discourse and Politics of Blair, Chirac and Schröder Katrin Milzow, Swiss National Science Foundation, Switzerland This study combines an account of Blair, Chirac, Schröder and their attitudes towards European integration. It analyzes political discourses on national interests and the EU, the frequently debated role of political discourse, the concept of national interest, and offers an alternative point of view on intergovernmental interaction. Contents: Introduction * The Common Agricultural Policy: A European Agricultural Model between Sectoral and National Interests? * The Eastern Enlargement: Ideals, Interests and Integration * The European Security and Defence Policy from National to European Interests? * Conclusion: Discourse and Politics of National Interest in a Changing European Union International Relations and Development Series August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 248PP / 2 b/w tables, 10 b/w photos Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / America, Pakistan, and the India Factor Nirode Mohanty, State University of New York, Buffalo, USA This book is not just an update to studies of Middle Eastern policy and diplomacy, but an in-depth analysis that covers the United States foreign and strategic policy from the days of President Roosevelt to President Obama and Pakistan s security and strategic planning since its inception to 2011, under the shadow of India and Afghanistan. Contents: Preface * Introduction: The Volatile Strategic Partnership * 1. The Cold War and Strategic Partners: * 2. Eating grass for Nuclear Bombs: * 3. Strategic Assets and Great Game: * 4. The Jaws of Victory: * 5. The Labyrinth: * Epilogue * Appendix 1: Terrorists Attacks and Organizations * Appendix 2: American Aid * Appendix 3: Time Lines, and America and Pakistan Administrations May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

43 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Canada/US and Other Unfriendly Relations Before and After 9/11 Patricia Molloy, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada Molloy depicts a relationship between Canada and the US based on envy, rivalry, and misunderstanding. Drawing on a range of disciplines including sociology, international relations, and cultural studies, she examines contentious events in Canada/ US relations and their connections to each country s political identity. Contents: Killing Canadians (I): The International Politics of Capital PunishmentKilling Canadians (II): The Righteous Politics of the AccidentMarrying Americans: The Identity Politics of the Election(s) Framing Canadians (I): The Spectacular Politics of the ArrestsFraming Canadians (II): The Extraordinary Politics of RenditionResisting Americans: The Precarious Politics of Asylum(B)ordering Canadians: The Hyperreal Politics of CBC s The Border July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 204PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Future of South-South Economic Relations Edited by Adil Najam, Boston University, USA, and Rachel Thrasher, Boston University, USA South-South economic relations are increasing, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. There will be more trade agreements, more economic and political alliances and an acknowledgement that the Global South has much to offer. These new economic relations have great potential - both for harm and for good. Covering a wide range of topics - from the strengths and weaknesses of regional trade integration in Africa, the potential environmental impacts of South-South trade and the changing patterns of South-South investment to the role of conflict in stymieing trade in South Asia - this groundbreaking volume presents a forwardlooking analysis of South-South economic relations, and how they might impact and be impacted by the rest of the world. February 2013 US 256PP Hardback $ / Paperback $34.95 / Published by Zed Books Constructing Political Islam as the New Other America and its Post-War on Terror Politics Corinna Mullin, Richmond American International University in London, UK Why did political Islam so readily occupy the position of enemy other for the United States in the context of what the American political leadership of the time labelled the War on Terror? After a new US administration under President Barack Obama was inaugerated in 2009, Mullin explores the prospects for a truly post-war on terror politics. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. Deconstructing the International Relations Meta-Narrative: Creating Space for Theorizing on Political Islam * 3. The Impact of the Modern Rationalist Approach on the Study of Political Islam * 4. A Brief History of the Development of American Orientalism * 5. Construction of the Savage Islamist Other in the War on Terror Discourse * 6. Construction of the Innocent Victim and Angel Savior in the War on Terror Discourse * 7. Conclusion: Critical Reflection and Dialogue: A New Approach to Understanding Political Islam and Avoiding the Proverbial Clash of Civilizations April 2013 US 240PP Hardback.00 / $88.00 / CN$ / EU-ASEAN Relations in the 21st Century Strategic Partnership in the Making Edited by Daniel Novotny, Global Europe, Czech Republic, and Clara Portela, Singapore Management University, Singapore Escaping the economic and securitycentered approaches, prevalent in contemporary US debate the contributors explore political relations between the European Union (EU) and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).Their inter-disciplinary perspectives touch on domains such as security, comparative integration, human rights, energy. Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 216PP / 8 b/w photos, 8 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 43

44 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Ireland, Africa and the End of Empire Small State Identity in the Cold War Kevin O Sullivan, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland In the 20 years after Ireland joined the UN in 1955, one subject dominated its fortunes: Africa. The first detailed study of Ireland s relationship with that continent, this book documents its special place in Irish history. Adopting a highly original, and strongly comparative approach, it shows how small and middling powers like Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and the Nordic states used Africa to shape their position in the international system, and how their influence waned with the rise of the Afro- Asian bloc. O Sullivan chronicles Africa s impact on Irish foreign policy; the link between African decolonisation and Irish post-colonial identity; and the missionaries, aid workers, diplomats, peacekeepers, and anti-apartheid protesters at the heart of Irish popular understanding of the developing world. Offering a fascinating account of small state diplomacy, and a unique perspective on African decolonisation, this book provides essential insight for scholars of Irish history, African history, international relations, and the history of NGOs, as well as anyone interested in Africa s important place in the Irish public imagination. February 2013 US 240PP Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Gandhi and Nationalism The Path to Indian Independence Simone Panter-Brick, expert, Gandhi's philosophy, political thought and leadership of the Indian National Congress Gandhi s nationalism seems simple and straightforward: he wanted an independent Indian nation state and freedom from British colonial rule. But in reality, his nationalism rested on complex and sophisticated moral philosophy. Simone Panter-Brick s perceptive and original portrayal of Gandhi s nationalism analyzes his spiritual and political program. She follows his often tortuous path, as a principal spiritual and political leader of the Indian Congress, through his famous campaigns of nonviolent resistance and negotiations with the Government of India leading to Independence and, sadly for Gandhi, the Partition in Contents: Nationalism and Indianity * Swaraj, the Objective * The Voice of India * The Defence of Indianity * Nationalism and Allegiance * War and Non-violence * Volte-face * Nationalism and Rebellion * Wait-and-see Interlude * Stooping to Reconquer * The Demise of the Pro-Changers * Nationalism and Partition * The Temptation of the One-Party System * Retaliation * From Britain as Empire to Britain as Umpire * The Judgement of King Solomon * Envoy: The Two Brothers Library of South Asian History and Culture May 2012 US 224PP / 8 b/w illus. Hardback $90.00 / CN$ / At the Crossroads of Post-Communist Modernisation Russia and China in Comparative Perspective Edited by Christer Pursiainen, Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat, Sweden This volume takes a comparative approach to understand general tendencies in post-communist transition in Russia and China. Bringing together perspectives from Political Science, Sociology and IR, it analyses three arenas of social change: socio-economic systems, political systems, and foreign policies. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgments * Introduction; C.Pursiainen * A Short History of Catching Up ; C.Pursiainen * The Free-Market State or the Welfare State?; M.Kivinen & L.Chunling * Authoritarianism or Democracy?; C.Pursiainen & M.Pei * Sovereignty or Interdependency?; S.Medvedev & L.Jakobson * Conclusions; C.Pursiainen September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 248PP / 13 b/w tables, 15 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Politics and Power in Haiti Edited by Kate Quinn, University College London, UK, and Paul Sutton, University of Hull, UK Examining the political legacies of the Duvalier period and after, and revisiting the work of the late David Nicholls, Politics and Power in Haiti provides some of the keys to understanding the turbulent world of Haitian politics and the persistent challenges at home and from abroad which have distorted development. Contents: Introduction: Duvalier and After; Paul Sutton & Kate Quinn * True Dechoukaj: Uprooting Bovarysme in post-duvalier Haiti; J. Michael Dash, * From François Duvalier to Jean-Bertrand Aristide: The Declining Significance of Colour Politics in Haiti; Alex Dupuy * The Macoutization of Haitian Politics; Patrick Sylvain * The Moody Republic and the Men in her Life: US African Americans and Haitian Exiles; Millery Polyné * Haitian Exceptionalism: The Caribbean s Great Morality Play; Anthony Maingot * Haiti and France: Settling the Debts of the Past; Charles Forsdick * Haiti and the Regional and International Communities Since 12 January 2010; Reginald Dumas Studies of the Americas March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

45 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Foreign Players and Football Supporters The Old Firm, Arsenal, Paris St-Germain David Ranc, ESSCA School of Management, France Destroying the soul of football : foreign footballers have been accused of being at the origin of all the ills of contemporary football. Foreign players and football supporters: The Old Firm, Arsenal, Paris Saint- Germain is the first academic book to look at supporters' reactions to the increasing number of foreign players in the clubs they support. It shows that football supporters identify with their club through a variety of means, which may change or be replaced with others, and provides the most comprehensive view on football supporters' attachment to their club in the European Union. Divided into three case studies on Glasgow (Celtic, Rangers), Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal, Foreign Players and Football Supporters adopts a multidisciplinary approach to chart the evolution of the link between supporters and club between 1995 and today. It provides an excellent read for students and researchers in Sports studies, politics, European Studies, and social sciences. Contents: Introduction * 1. Understanding partisan identification * 2. Researching partisan identification * 3. Glasgow: the Old Firm * 4. Paris Saint-Germain * 5. Arsenal * Conclusion * Bibliography May 2012 US 256PP Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press The Problem With Banks Lena Rethel, University of Warwick, UK, and Timothy Sinclair, University of Warwick, UK Banks of all sorts are troubled institutions. The cost of public bail-outs associated with the subprime crisis in the United States alone may be as high as $2 trillion. What is the problem with banks? Why do they seem to be at the center of economic and financial turmoil down through the ages? In this provocative and timely book, Rethel and Sinclair seek answers to these questions, arguing that banks suffer from perennial problems, and that developments in the financial markets and government in recent decades have simply exacerbated these issues. The Problem With Banks examines banking activity in America, Asia, and Europe, and how specific historical circumstances have transformed banks behavior and attitude to risk. While many see government as a constraint on banks, Rethel and Sinclair argue that what governments do in terms of regulation shapes banks and their motivations, as can be seen in the shortcomings of current reform proposals. Instead, more far-reaching, alternative ways of regulating and shaping banks are needed. A concise, essential overview of a pressing global issue. May 2012 US 160PP Hardback $ / Paperback $19.95 / Published by Zed Books Democracy, Sovereignty and Terror Lakshman Kadirgamar on the Foundations of International Order Edited by Sir Adam Roberts, British Academy, UK Democracy, Sovereignty and Terror presents Kadirgamar s distinctive voice in his major speeches. It also offers a convincing picture, by those who knew him, of a scholarstatesman who was both a realist and an idealist. He showed that these approaches can be combined in both thought and action. Contents: Foreword * Preface and Acknowledgements * List of Illustrations and Maps * List of Contributors * APPRAISALS * Dare the Deepening Tide : Lakshman Kadirgamar on the Revolution of our Times * Sketch of the Life of Lakshman Kadirgamar * Lakshman Kadirgamar: The Lawyer Turned Politician * A Duty of Service in an Age of Terror * Reflections on a Citizen of the World * A True South Asian * DOCUMENTS * Report to Amnesty International on my Visit to South Vietnam * Why I Decided to Enter Politics * Human Rights and Armed Conflict * The Global Impact of International Terrorism * The Terrorism Challenge to Democracies * Preventing the Recurrence of Harm to War-Affected Children * Address to UN General Assembly * The Seven Sisters of South Asia: Where are they Going? * Flaws in the 2002 Ceasefire Agreement * Third World Democracy in Action: The Sri Lanka Experience * The Peaceful Ascendancy of China: A South Asian Perspective * Index International Library of Political Studies September 2012 US 30PP / 16 b/w illus. in 8pp plates & 4 maps Hardback $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 45

46 business international & MANAGEMENT relations History, Heritage and Tradition in Contemporary British Politics Past Politics and Present Histories Emily Robinson, University of Nottingham, UK History, Heritage and Tradition in Contemporary British Politics explores the use of the past in modern British politics. It examines party political perspectives on British history and the historical process and also looks at the ways in which memory is instituted within the parties in practice, through archives, written histories, and commemorations. It focuses in particular on a number of explicit negotiations over historical narratives: the creation of the National Curriculum for History, Conservative attempts to re-assess their historical role in 1997, the assertion of a lost social democratic tradition by the SDP and New Labour and the collapse of the Communist Party of Great Britain's narrative memory in This book shows how history, heritage, and tradition are used to present parliamentary politics as intrinsically historic and suggests that the disappearance of active political pasts leaves contemporary politicians unable to speak of radically different futures. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * 1 Ideology and temporality * 2 Structures of memory: Parties and their pasts * 3 Against the tide of history: Conservatism in the 1980s and 1990s * 4 Negotiations with Labour s past: The SDP and New Labour * 5 New times, new politics: The collapse of the CPGB s historical narrative * Conclusions * Notes * Bibliography June 2012 US 208PP Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Chinese Strategic Thought toward Asia Gilbert Rozman, Princeton University, USA As the final volume in the publisher's five-part series 'Strategic Thought in Northeast Asia,' the work opens with an insightful summary essay that is buttressed by a section on the chronological evolution of Chinese strategic thinking and then followed by an analysis on the geographic applications of the policies...the work is carefully documented and accessibly written for academic audiences. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduate, graduate, and research collections. - Choice This book traces the development of Chinese thinking over four periods from the 1980s on and covers strategies toward: Russia and Central Asia, Japan, the Korean peninsula, Southeast and South Asia, and regionalism. It compares strategic thinking, arguing that the level was lowest under Jiang Zemin and highest under Hu Jintao. Contents: Overview * Chronology * Chinese Strategic Thought in the 1980s * Chinese Strategic Thought * Chinese Strategic Thought * Chinese Strategic Thought * Geography * Strategic Thought on Russia and Central Asia * Strategic Thought on Japan * Strategic Thought on the Korean Peninsula * Strategic Thought on Southeast and South Asia * Strategic Thought on Regionalism Strategic Thought in Northeast Asia October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 300PP Paperback / $28.00 / CN$32.00 / American Jewry and the Oslo Years Neil Rubin, Baltimore Jewish Times, USA The Oslo Process of September 1993 to January 2001 ultimately brought about a permanent break in American Judaism s traditional wall-to-wall support for any Israeli government. Drawing on extensive new sources, Rubin analyzes what this meant for the American and Israeli Jewish communities critical constituencies in past and future negotiations. Contents: US Jewry on the Eve of Oslo * The Rabin- Peres Years * The Netanyahu Years* The Barak Years The Children of War Child Soldiers as Victims and Participants in the Sudan Civil War Christine Ryan, University of Winchester, UK In this groundbreaking new study, Christine Emily Ryan challenges preconceptions which have held back aid work and reconstruction in the Sudan region. Using face-to-face testimonies of former child soldiers, she illuminates the multidimensional motivations which children have for joining the Sudan Liberation Army, and unravels the complexity of their political participation. October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 218PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / International Library of African Studies June 2012 US 320PP / 8 b/w illus. Hardback $95.00 / CN$ /

47 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Regional and International Relations of Central Europe Edited by Zlatko Sabic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Petr Drulák, Institute of International Relations Prague, Czech Republic Focused on the role of Central Europe in international politics at the turn of the twentieth century, the authors take stock of the knowledge about the discipline of IR, enhance the visibility of scholars from Central Europe, and fill the void which has emerged after several researches on Central Europe were completed in the 1990s. September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 344PP / 1 map, 2 charts, 11 figures, 17 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / The Palestinian Strategic Report 2010/11 Edited by Mohsen Saleh, International Islamic University, Malaysia The Palestinian Strategic Report 2010/11 is the sixth in a series of comprehensive annual studies of the Palestinian issue published by the Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations in Beirut and distributed by Pluto Press.The book covers the internal politics of Palestine, Israeli politics and policy, and Israeli Palestinian relations. Also covered are the Arab, Muslim, and international stances toward the Palestinian issue. Along with economic and demographic indicators, the report has a special focus on Jerusalem and the holy sites. The 14 distinguished contributors not only survey the situation but also analyses events in the region, identifying trends, and predicting likely future developments.the Palestinian Strategic Report is an essential reference book for scholars, university libraries, Middle East studies centers, NGOs, and activists working on or in the Middle East. September 2012 US 490PP / 65 tables, 60 charts, 2 maps, 7 photos Hardback $40.00 / Published by Pluto Press Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Beyond Turkey s Borders Long-Distance Kemalism, State Politics and the Turkish Diaspora Banu Senay, Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia In an increasingly globalised world, the engagement of diasporic communities in trans-nationalism has become a potent force. Here, Banu Senay argues that expanding channels of communication have provided the Turkish state with more scope to mobilize its nationals abroad around official Kemalist ideology - in this case, in Australia. Contents: Introduction * 1. History of Migration, Migration of Histories * 2. Turkish Migration to Australia: The Story So Far * 3. A Political History of the Apolitical Migrant: From the 1970s Onwards * 4. Seeing like a State * 5. With Kind Regards, From the Consulate-General of Turkey * 6. Nationalising Islam, Sacralising the Republic * 7. Seeing for the State * 8. Cultural Attachés * 9. Singing for the State * 10. Dual National Projects * 11. Multicultural Policy and Trans- Kemalism in Australia * Conclusion March 2013 US 288PP $90.00 / CN$ / Sinicizing International Relations Self, Civilization, and Intellectual Politics in Subaltern East Asia Chih-yu Shih, National Taiwan University, Taiwan The book brings civilizational politics back to the studies of international relations and foreign policy through a study of the multiple meanings of international relations and related terms in East Asia and the intrinsic relation of international relations to individual choices of scholarly identity. Contents: Introduction: Transcending National Identities * PART I: A WORLD SINICIZED INTO HARMONY: CENTRALIZED PERSPECTIVES * Harmonious Realism: Undecidable Responses to the China Threat * Harmonious Racism: China s Civilizational Soft Power in Africa * PART II: CHINA INTERNATIONAL AND INTELLECTUAL: PERSPECTIVES BEYOND * Taiwan Chinese: Encountering and Choice in Postcolonial Scholarship * Global Chinese: Contending Approaches to Defending Chineseness * PART III: CHINA SUBALTERN AND DIFFERENT: PERSPECTIVES BELOW * Urban Chinese: Self-Sinicization as a Method of Political Stability * Village Chinese: Anomaly as a Method of Chinese Transition * PART IV: WORLDING EAST ASIA THROUGH CHINA: MULTISITED PERSPECTIVES * Japanese Asian: Absence of China 1997 in Japan Times Reporting * Korean Asian: The Sinic Tribute System of China and Its Equals * Global Asian: China as Position between Host and Home * Conclusion: Serious Hypocrisy February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 256PP / 2 b/w tables, 2 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 47

48 business international & MANAGEMENT relations Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network America and the West s Fatal Embrace Edited by Sarah N. Stern, EMET (Endowment for Middle Eastern Truth), USA Saudi Arabia influences American policy through both conventional and unconventional methods, all due to the petro-dollars that have been generated from America s addiction to foreign oil. With chapters written by renowned experts, this book uses first-hand accounts to explore this vast network of influence. Contents: Cutting Free From the Saudi Oil Noose; R.J.Woolsey * The Scandal of United States-Saudi Relations; D.Pipes * Who is Behind the Muslim Mainstream Organizations?; S.Emerson * Shariah- Compliant Finance: Saudi Arabia s Trojan Horse; F.Gaffney * The Stealth Saudi Jihad into the American Mind; S.Stern * The Stealth Curriculum; S.Stotsky * The Saudi Penetration into American NGOS; K.Shideler & I.Weinglass * The Saudis on J Street; L.Ben-David * All Politics is Local: Co-workers of the Truth Fight Jihad in Fairfax; J.Lafferty * Their Oil is Thicker Than Our Blood; R.Ehrenfeld * The Impact of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on Europe; B.Ye or * The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Defamation of Religions, and Islamophobia; D.Weiss * The Green Corridor, Myth or Reality?: Implications of Islamic Geopolitical Designs in the Balkans; S.Trifkovic * Canada: Islamism s Happy Hunting Ground; D.Harris * The Way Forward: Looking Backward and Looking Inward; S.Stern & K.Shideler July 2012 UK / June 2012 US 288PP Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / European Regionalism and the Left Edited by Gerard Strange, University of Lincoln, UK, and Owen Worth, University of Limerick, Ireland Written against a background of global economic and political turmoil, including crisis and uncertainty surrounding the European Union, European Regionalism and the Left offers new critical insights into a range of fundamental problems facing the project of European integration. Issues covered include: the limits and possibilities of European Monetary Union; the impact of European regionalism on the political organisations of the European left; European regionalism and the crisis of social democracy; Russia and the limits to EU regionalism; and the contradictions of Eurocentric politics in an age of globalisation. The book brings together contributions from international scholars drawing on a rich diversity of critical approaches to international political economy, European integration studies, European politics and social theory. Unlike many earlier critical studies of this subject, European Regionalism and the Left consciously eschews any specific radical theoretical narrative or research programme in favour of an open-ended critical engagement with the political economy of contemporary Europe. As such it attempts to open up left analyses of Europe to broader traditions of critical inquiry. December 2012 US 208PP Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Leadership in Global Institution Building Minerva s Rule Edited by Yves Tiberghien, University of British Columbia, Canada Between 1995 and the present day, the world has undergone significant advances in international law, norms, and institutions. Progress was particularly intense in the fields of global environment, human security, cultural diversity, and human rights. This book reveals the key role played by the European Union, Japan, and Canada in this process. Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 328PP / 4 figures, 8 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Music and Conflict Transformation Harmonies and Dissonances in Geopolitics Olivier Urbain, Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, Japan How far can the relationship between music and politics be used to promote a more peaceful world? That is the central question which motivates this challenging new work. Combining theory from renowned academics such as Johan Galtung, Cindy Cohen, and Karen Abi-Ezzi with compelling stories from musicians like Yair Dalal, the book also includes an exclusive interview with folk legend Pete Seeger. Contents: Notes on Contributors * Preface * Foreword * Acknowledgements * Multimedia Material Accompanying this Volume * Introduction * FRAMEWORKS * Music and Empathy * Music: A Universal Language? * Music and Value in Cross-Cultural Work * Peace, Music and the Arts: In Search of Interconnections * POLITICS * Music as a Tool of Reconciliation in South Africa * We Shall Overcome: The Roles of Music in the US Civil Rights Movement * Music as a Discourse of Resistance: The Case of Gilad Atzmon * Unpeaceful Music * HEALING AND EDUCATION * Music Behind Bars: Testimonies of Suffering, Survival and Transformation * Healing Cultural Violence: Collective Vulnerability through Guided Imagery with Music * Music Therapy: Healing, Growth, Creating a Culture of Peace * Managing Conflicts through Music: Educational Perspectives * STORIES FROM THE FIELD * Working in the Trenches: Surviving Conflicts through Folk Music and Tales * Art for Harmony in the Middle East: The Music of Yair Dalal * Music and Peacemaking in Educational Contexts * Index August 2013 US 256PP Paperback $45.00 / CN$52.00 /

49 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Societies beyond Oil Oil Dregs and Social Futures John Urry, University of Lancaster, UK This groundbreaking book, from a distinguished sociologist, examines the profound adjustments required to live in a world where oil is no longer an easilyavailable energy source. It considers what societies that are powering down would be like; what lessons can be learned from the past; will rationing systems or the market allocate scarce energy? Can virtual worlds solve energy problems? What levels of income and wellbeing would be likely? Urry analyzes how the twentieth century created a kind of mirage of the future that is unsustainable into even the medium term and envisions the future of an oil-dependent world facing energy descent. Without a large-scale plan B, how can the energizing of society possibly be going into reverse? Contents: Introduction: the problem of energy * Part 1 oil dregs * 1. Oil and the crash of * 2. The century of oil * 3. Consuming miles * 4. Carbon capital * 5. Peaking * 6. The Chinese century? * 7. The curse of oil * Part 2 social futures * 8. Magic bullet future * 9. Digital lives * 10. Resource fights * 12. Low carbon society * 13. After easy oil February 2013 US 224PP Hardback $ / Paperback $26.95 / Published by Zed Books The Anglo-American Oil War International Politics and the Struggle for Foreign Petroleum, Fiona Venn,University of Essex, UK One of the least well-known and least discussed struggles of the 20th century was played out between the British and the Americans. From before World War I to the end of World War II, Great Britain and the United States vied with each other throughout the world to control the supply of oil. The Anglo-American Oil War examines this power struggle - identified by contemporaries as an oil war - and demonstrates how America s increasing dominance over the oilfields reflected wider shifts in international relations. January 2014 US 288PP / 4 maps, 4 diagrams Hardback $96.00 / CN$ / Borderline Justice The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights Edited by Frances Webber, Warwick University and University of London, UK From pre-arrival to detention and deportation, Borderline Justice describes the exclusionary policies, inhumane decisions, and obstacles to justice for refugees and migrants in the current legal system. Frances Webber, a legal practitioner with over 30 years experience, provides a unique insight into how the law has been applied to migrants, refugees and other unpopular minorities. The book records some of the key legal struggles of the past 30 years which have sought to preserve values of universality in human rights - and the importance of continuing to fight for those values, inside and outside the courtroom. With its combination of legal and political analysis with insider insights, Borderline Justice will appeal to both academic and non-academic audiences. The themes and analysis cross boundaries of law, politics, sociology, criminology, refugee studies, and terrorism studies, appealing to the radical tradition in all these disciplines. Contents: Foreword, by Lord Justice Stephen Sedley * Introduction: Who Are These People? * Section I. Keeping Them Out: Arrival * 1. The Asylum Battle * 2. Am I Bovvered? Decision-making, Disbelief and Indifference * 3. Loading the Dice * 4. Women Aren t Refugees * Section II. On Sufferance: Stay * 5. Who Needs Family? * 6. Whatever Happened to the Law of Humanity? * 7. Asylum Prisoner * 8. Shifting the Goalposts * Section III: Rounding Them Up: Departure * 9. The Sheriff s Posse * 10. The Deportation Crusade * 11. They Came at Night * 12. Justice Blinds * Conclusion October 2012 US 225PP Hardback $ / Paperback $32.00 / Published by Pluto Press Britain and America After World War II Bilateral Relations and the Beginnings of the Cold War Richard Wevill, University of Exeter, UK The period immediately after World War II was a vital one for diplomatic relations and, with the Soviet Union emerging as a new superpower, it was particularly important for Britain s relations with America. This is the first book to focus on the role of the British Embassy in Washington during this period. International Library of Twentieth Century History June 2012 US 288PP Hardback $96.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 49

50 business international & MANAGEMENT relations The Presidency of Bill Clinton The Legacy of a New Domestic and Foreign Policy Edited by Mark White, University of London, UK This book provides wide-ranging coverage of Clinton s career, addressing the salient aspects of Clinton s life in politics: his governorship; the 1992 presidential campaign; the battle for health care reform; his economic policies; the issue of character, including the Monica Lewinsky scandal; his foreign policy specifically his role in the peace process in Northern Ireland and in authorizing an aerial war in Kosovo; his handling of the issue of gay rights; and his relationship with the Hollywood film industry. Based on the latest research, this volume provides important new perspectives on Clinton s life in politics. Contents: Introduction * The Fall and Rise of Governor Clinton * Campaigning for President: The Rocky Road to the White House * The Clinton Character Conundrum * A New Democrat and a New Economics * The Third Way Defeated: Health Care Reform Revisited * Gay Rights: The Clarion Call, the Muted Trumpet, the Lasting Impact * Diplomacy in Northern Ireland: Successful Pragmatic International Engagement * The Aerial War in Kosovo * Courting the Hollywood Film Industry * Bibliography June 2012 US 288PP Hardback $96.00 / CN$ / Post-Colonial Statecraft in South East Asia Sovereignty, State Building and the Chinese in the Philippines Pak Nung Wong, City University of Hong Kong, China In Post-Colonial Statecraft in South East Asia, an historically aware ethnography of the region and the first study of its kind, Pak Nung Wong maps out the complex interweaving power structures of the tribal rulers in the northern regions of the Philippines. Featuring interviews with a range of local actors, including state officials, the Catholic Church, the military, the Chinese business community, and the inarticulate ruled majority, he provides a complete picture of Filipino political culture. Contents: Frontier Governmentality: An Approach of Post-colonial Statecraft * Landscape of the Rhizomes: Cagayan Valley, * Localizing Sovereignty: Comparing State-building Practices in the Burmese and Philippine Frontiers * Capillaries of the State: The Padrino (Power/Knowledge) System * Sovereignty Re-enacted: The Rebellions and Containment of Lieutenant Colonel Rodolfo E. Aguinaldo * Sovereignty Policed: Disciplinary and Surveillance Technologies in the Itawes Philippines * Exceptional Democracy: Conceiving Philippine Election as a Sovereignty-making Pinball Machine Game * Sovereignty Deflected: Discursive Resistance to State Justice * Conclusion: The Frontiers Revisited November 2012 US 320PP / 25 b/w illus. Hardback $99.00 / CN$ / The Politics of Race in Britain and South Africa Black British Solidarity and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle Elizabeth Williams, University of London, UK As black South African s were reduced to the status of non-citizens after the 1970 Citizenship Act, increasing numbers of exiles and fugitives were finding refuge in Britain, which was now home to a growing antiapartheid protest movement. Contents: Abbreviations * Illustrations * Acknowledgements * Introduction * 1. The African Roots of the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Britain * 2. Enemies of Apartheid Friends of South Africa, the British Government and the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1950s-1980s * 3.The ANC, PAC and Opposition to Apartheid in Britain, 1960s-1980s * 4. The Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Formation of the Black and Ethnic Minority Committee during the 1980s * 5. Partners in Protest, Black Solidarity with the Anti-Apartheid Struggle, 1970s-1980s * 6. Black Radical Solidarity with the Anti-Apartheid Struggle, 1970s-1980s * Conclusion * Notes * Bibliography * Index September 2013 US 288PP Hardback $96.00 / CN$ / Pacts and Alliances in History Diplomatic Strategy and the Politics of Coalitions Edited by Melissa Yeager, Longwood University, USA, and Charles Carter, Ohio State University, USA A unique collaboration by historians and political scientists, Pacts and Alliances in History explores some of the fundamental questions of diplomacy: what are the common denominators shared by successful alliances? Why do pacts and alliances disintegrate? And is the eventual demise of pacts and alliances inevitable? Eleven empirical case-studies across five continents, including three chapters devoted to US alliances around the world, are used to illustrate entirely new diplomatic concepts and political theories arguing for a more nuanced understanding of how agreements work. May 2012 US 320PP / 5 b/w illus. Hardback $ / CN$ /

51 international business & MANAGEMENT relations Cyprus in World War II Politics and Conflict in the Eastern Mediterranean Anastasia Yiangou, University of Cyprus and the European University, Cyprus World War II marked a pivotal point in the history of Cyprus, yet surprisingly, this period of the island s history has been little studied to date. Anastasia Yiangou here provides the first major study of the impact of World War II on the political development of Cyprus. In doing so, she traces shifting Cypriot attitudes to the war and the formation of a triangular conflict in the island between the Left, Right, and British colonial power. Contents: Britain and Cyprus: the Historical Background * The Outbreak of War and Colonial Politics in Cyprus * The Revival of Enosis and the Emergence of the Cypriot Left October 1940 May 1941 * The Beginning of the Remaking of Cypriot politics: May 1941-March 1942 * Cypriot Politics on the Eve of the Municipal Elections of 1943 * The Municipal Elections of March 1943 * The Effects of the Greek crisis on Cypriot Politics: From the Onset of the Civil War (October 1943) to the Lebanon Conference (May 1944) * The Efforts for the Unification of the Greek Cypriot Politics: August December 1944 * The End of the Second World War * Conclusion May 2012 US 272PP / 8pp b/w plates Paperback $47.00 / CN$54.00 / Power and Policy in Syria Intelligence Services, Foreign Relations and Democracy in the Modern Middle East Radwan Ziadeh, Harvard University, USA As Bashar al-asad rescinds emergency rule in the face of demonstrations and protests, Syria finds itself in a key position in a Middle East beset by regional tensions, the repercussions of the global war on terror and popular uprisings. The bloodless coup by General Hafez al-assad, in 1970, put in place a powerful autocratic machinery at the core of the state which continues today under the control of his son Bashar. Here, Radwan Ziadeh presents a fresh and penetrating analysis of Syria s political structure - a despotic state monopoly, a bureaucratic climate marked by fear, and the administrative structure through which centralized control is exercised. Contents: Introduction * Birth of the Third Republic and Establishing Syrian Authoritarianism * Inheriting Syria from Father to Son: Hafez al-asad s Last Days * Damascus Spring: The Rise of the Opposition in Syria * Bashar al-asad and Foreign Policy * Political Islam Challenge: Muslim Brothers and Democracy * Notes * Bibliography * Index December 2012 US 256PP Paperback $29.00 / CN$33.50 / Perceptions of Islam in Europe Culture, Identity and the Muslim Other Follow us on Edited by Hakan Yilmaz, Bogaziçi University, Turkey, and Çagla E. Aykaç, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris With the perceived gap between Islam and Europe widening, leading scholars in this work come together to provide genuine and realistic analyses about perceptions of Islam in the West. The book bridges these analyses with in-depth case studies from Britain, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Turkey, and other parts of the European for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Library of Modern Religion June 2012 US 288PP Hardback $92.50 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 51

52 business international & MANAGEMENT relations theory palgrave studies in international relations Series Edited by Knud Erik Jørgensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark and Audie Klotz, Department of Political Science, Syracuse University, USA Hedley Bull and the Accommodation of Power Robert Ayson, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Offering a comprehensive account of the work of Hedley Bull, Ayson analyses the breadth of Bull s work as a Foreign Office official for Harold Wilson s government, the complexity of his views, including Bull s unpublished papers, and challenges some of the comfortable assertions about Bull s place in the English School of IR. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * The Education of Hedley Bull * The East-West Accommodation * Accommodating the New Nuclear Powers * Interregnum: Between London and Canberra * Accommodating Asia: The View from Australia * Order Through Justice? Accommodating The Third World * Accommodating the World from Oxford * Conclusion * A Chronology of Hedley Bull s Main Publications * Hedley Bull: A Timeline September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$98.00 / Hospitality and World Politics Edited by Gideon Baker, Griffith University, Australia A long neglected concept in the field of international relations and political theory, hospitality provides a new framework for analysing many of the challenges in world politics today, from the search for peaceable relations between states to asylum and refugee crises. Contents: Acknowledgements * List of Contributors * Introduction * PART I: ON THE ORIGINS OF MODERN HOSPITALITY * 1. Leviathan s Children: On the Origins of Modern Hospitality; Haig Patapan * 2. Right of Entry or Right of Refusal? Hospitality in the Law of Nature and Nations; Gideon Baker * 3. From Hospitality to the Right of Immigration in the Law of Nations: ; Georg Cavallar * PART II: THE ETHICS OF GLOBAL HOSPITALITY * 4. Between Naturalism and Cosmopolitan Law: Hospitality as Transitional Global Justice; Garrett Wallace Brown * 5. The Wolf at the Door: Hospitality and the Outlaw in International Relations; Renee Jeffery * 6. Be Welcome: Religion, Hospitality and Statelessness in International Politics; Erin K. Wilson * PART III: UNDERSTANDING HOSPITALITY IN WORLD POLITICS: SOCIAL- THEORETICAL APPROACHES * 7. Relative Strangers: Reflections on Hospitality, Social Distance, and Diplomacy; Nicholas Onuf * 8. Reservations on Hospitality: Contact and Vulnerability in Kant and Indigenous Action; Jimmy Casas Klausen * 9. Conducting Strangers: Hospitality and Governmentality in the Global City; Dan Bulley February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 272PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Concept of the Political Hans J. Morgenthau A growing interest in the oeuvre of Hans J. Morgenthau and in re-readings of classical realism increases the significance of his European, pre-emigration writings in order to understand the work of one of the founding figures of IR. This book is the first English translation of Morgenthau s French monograph La notion du politique from Contents: Foreword; M.C.Williams * PART I: INTRODUCTION; H.Behr & F.Rösch * Overview over Morgenthau s Oeuvre and Worldview * Contextualization of The Concept of the Political * Morgenthau s Epistemological Commitments * Morgenthau s Twofold Concept of Power * PART II: THE CONCEPT OF THE POLITICAL; H.J.Morgenthau * Translator s Note; M.Vidal * Introduction * On the Concept of Legal Disputes * The Concept of the Political * On the Concept of Political Dispute * Conclusion March 2012 UK / April 2012 US 176PP Paperback / $36.00 / CN$41.50 / Tragedy and International Relations Edited by Toni Erskine, Aberystwyth University, UK, and Richard Ned Lebow, Dartmouth College, USA Nowhere are clashes between competing ethical perspectives more prevalent than in the realm of International Relations. Thus, understanding tragedy is directly relevant to understanding IR. This volume explores the various ways that tragedy can be used as a lens through which international relations might be brought into clearer focus. Contents: Introduction: Understanding Tragedy and Understanding International Relations; T.Erskine & R.N.Lebow * PART I: RECOVERING THE TRAGIC DIMENSION OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * Tragedy, Ethics and International Relations; M.Frost * Tragedy, Progress and the International Order; J.Mayall * Tragedy or Skepticism? Defending the Anti-Pelagian Mind in World Politics; N.Rengger * Tragedy, Politics and Political Science; R.N.Lebow * PART II: TRAGEDY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AS POLITICAL THEORY * Tragic Choices and Contemporary International Political Theory; C.Brown * The Tragedy of Tragedy; P.Euben * Tragedy and Ethical Community in World Politics; R.Beardsworth * Tragedy and Political Theory: Progressivism without an Ideal; K.Stullerova * PART III: ON THE NATURE OF TRAGEDY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * A Pessimism of Strength? Tragedy and Political Virtue; B.A.Schupmann * Nietzsche and Questions of Tragedy, Tyranny and International Relations; T.Strong * Tragedies and International Relations; C.Lu * The Drama Viewed from Elsewhere; R.Shilliam * Conclusion: Learning from Tragedy and Refocusing International Relations; T.Erskine & R.N.Lebow March 2012 UK / May 2012 US 240PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

53 international business relations & MANAGEMENT theory The Diffusion of Power in Global Governance International Political Economy meets Foucault Edited by Stefano Guzzini, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark, and Iver B. Neumann, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway The study of global governance has often led separate lives within the respective camps of International Political Economy and Foucauldian Studies. Guzzini and Neumann combine these to look at an increasingly global politics with a growing number of agents, recognising the emergence of a global polity. Contents: Preface * The Ambivalent Diffusion of Power in Global Governance; S.Guzzini * Private Military and Security Companies, Territoriality and the Transformation of Western Security Governance; E.Krahmann * Intellectual Property Governance: The Emergence of a New and Contested Global Regime; V.Muzaka * Nodal Governance: the diffusion of power in global forest governance networks; K.McNutt & J.Rayner * The Limits of Transnational Private Governance; J-C.Graz & A.Nölke * Bankers Governing the Environment? Private Authority, Power Diffusion and the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative; S.Park * Disciplining the International Political Economy through Finance; J.Vestergaard * The International Discovery of Diasporas; R.Kunz * The Diffusion of Power as Patterns of Global Governmentality and Sovereignty; T.E.Aalberts * Conclusion: The Diffusion of Authority as a Sign of an Emerging Global Polity; I.B.Neumann October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 288PP / 13 b/w tables, 3 graphs Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Southeast Asia and the English School of International Relations A Region-Theory Dialogue Dr Linda Quayle, Monash University, Australia Linda Quayle uses the English School to provide a compelling examination of the complex and often fragile development of regional society between the states of ASEAN. At the same time, she uses the region to expand and refine the theoretical boundaries of the English School itself. What results is a valuable and much-needed theoretical and political analysis of a unique region of the world. - Shaun Narine, Associate Professor of Political Science, St. Thomas University, Canada. This book examines the interface between the theoretical framework known as the English School and the international and transnational politics of Southeast Asia. The region-theory dialogue it proposes signals productive ways forward for the theory. January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 264PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Follow us on Borderland Russians Identity, Narrative and International Relations Geir Hønneland, Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway Geir Hønneland discusses some of the big questions in social science: What is identity? What is the role of identity and narrative in the study of international relations? The location is the Kola Peninsula, the most heavily militarized area of the world during the Cold War, now set to become Europe s next big oil playground. Contents: Preface by Iver B. Neumann * Author Preface Introduction * The Kola Peninsula: Politics, Society, International Networks * How to be a Northerner: Distinguishing North from South * How to be a Russian: Distinguishing East from West * Living in the Northern Environment * Narrative, Identity and International Relations * References January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 200PP / 17 b/w illustrations Paperback / $32.00 / CN$37.00 / for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 53

54 business international & MANAGEMENT relations theory Russia and Latin America From Nation-State to Society of States Marvin L. Astrada, Florida International University and Miami Dade College, USA, and Félix E. Martín, Florida International University, USA Today, extensive interconnected global processes provide non-state actors with a degree of agency that a System of States paradigm cannot account for alone. Using Russia-Latin America relations as a case study and applying a Complex Adaptive Systems perspective, this work explores alternative international mechanisms of order and organization. Contents: Introduction1. Theory of Complex Adaptive Systems and Complex Cooperative Networks 2. Globalization, International Organization, and the Rise of a Society of States3. Exploring the Emergent State-Society Synthesis: Russia-Latin America Relations4. Building Complexity: Select Case Studies of Complex Cooperative Networks Russia and Latin America5. Concluding Thoughts on Complex Cooperative Networks in Russia-Latin America Relations May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 130PP Hardback / $67.50 / CN$.00 / Political Resurrection in the Twentieth Century The Fall and Rise of Political Leaders Leslie Derfler, Florida Atlantic University, USA Derfler explores the patterns in the lives of three twentieth-century heads of state who fell from power, then rose again: Charles de Gaulle, Juan Perón, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Contents: PART I: CHARLES DE GAULLE: THE CROSSING OF THE DESERT * De Gaulle: Creation * De Gaulle: Termination * De Gaulle: Interment * De Gaulle: Resurrection * PART II: JUAN PERÓN: WE NEED TO GET THE WORKERS TO COME HERE, RIGHT AWAY * Perón: Creation * Perón: Termination * Perón: Interment * Perón: Resurrection * PART III: PIERRE ELLIOTT TRUDEAU: REASON ABOVE PASSION * Trudeau: Creation * Trudeau: Termination * Trudeau: Interment * Trudeau: Resurrection December 2012 UK / December 2012 US 290PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Gramsci, Political Economy, and International Relations Theory Modern Princes and Naked Emperors Edited by Alison J. Ayers, Simon Fraser University, Canada This book seeks to provide the most comprehensive and sustained engagement and critique of neo-gramscian analyses available in the literature. In examining neo-gramscian analyses in IR/IPE, the book engages with two fundamental concerns in international relations: (i) The question of historicity and (ii) The analysis of radical transformation. Contents: Introduction; A.J.Ayers * PART I: PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEORETICAL REFLECTIONS * Marx s Politics, Gramsci s Methods: A Recipe for Neo-Gramscian Confusion; J.Saurin * History, Structure and World Orders: The (Cross-) Purposes of Neo-Gramscian Theory; H.Lacher * On the Limits of Neo-Gramscian International Relations: A Scientific Realist Critique of Hegemony; J.Joseph * The State in Neoliberal Globalization: Reconsidering the Debate between Neo-Gramscian and Open Marxist Approaches; * P.Bedirhanoglu * Production, Class and Power in the Neoliberal Transition: A Critique of Coxian Eclecticism; A.Saad Filho & A.J.Ayers * PART II: TOWARDS A COUNTER- HEGEMONIC RESEARCH AGENDA * Uncivil Society: Interrogations at the Margins of Neo-Gramscian Theory; S.N.Grovogui & L.Leonard * Return to the Source: Gramsci, Culture and International Relations; M.Kamal Pasha * Gender in the Theory and Practice of International Political Economy: The Promise and Problems of Neo-Gramscian Approaches; * J.Steans & D.Tepe * Jacobinism: The Ghost in the Gramscian Machine of Counter-Hegemony; R.Shilliam * Beyond les bourgeois conquérants? Counter-Hegemony in Neo-Gramscian Analysis; A.J.Ayers & J.Saurin * Tell No Lies, Claim No Easy Victories : Possibilities and Contradictions of Emancipatory Struggles in the Current Neo-Colonial Condition; B.Gruffydd Jones February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 338PP Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Polite Anarchy in International Relations Theory Zaheer Kazmi, University of Oxford, UK An innovative re-evaluation of the concept of anarchy in theorizing diplomacy between states which draws on a historically sensitive re-evaluation of the ideological uses of politeness in the anarchist thought of William Godwin. Contents: Part One: ANARCHISM AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS * Chapter 1: Revisiting Anarchism * Chapter 2: Anarchism and International Theory * Part Two: WILLIAM GODWIN AND POLITE ANARCHY * Chapter 3: Contesting the State in 1790s Britain * Chapter 4: The Polite Anarchist * Chapter 5: Godwin s International Thought * Part Three: ANARCHIST INTERNATIONAL THEORY * Chapter 6: Polite Anarchy and Diplomacy * Chapter 7: Conclusion The Palgrave Macmillan History of International Thought November 2012 UK / November 2012 US 304PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ /

55 international business relations & MANAGEMENT theory The Power of Interdependence Lessons from Africa David Oladipupo Kuranga, Kuranga & Associates Global Consultancy, USA This study assesses the impact and power of IOs in the international system via case studies from Togo, Mauritania, and São Tomé and Príncipe. Contents: Wielding the Power of Interdependency * A Gradual Emergence of Complex Interdependence in Africa * São Tomé and Príncipe * The Republic of Togo * The Islamic Republic of Mauritania * Lessons from Regional Organizations in Africa July 2012 UK / August 2012 US 202PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Kenneth W. Thompson, The Prophet of Norms Thought and Practice Farhang Rajaee, Carleton University, Canada The aim of this book is to capture, the international thought and practice of Kenneth W. Thompson. His career embodied three roles in which he revealed his thoughts and practice: as a facilitator of space for encouraging debates, scholarship and practice; as an educator; and most importantly as a theorist of international relations. Contents: 1. A Profile * 2. Theory and Practice * 3. Exercising Practice * 4. Education and Universities * 5. Practicing Education * 6. Politics and International Relations * 7. Practicing Statecraft * 8. Summation The Palgrave Macmillan History of International Thought March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Iraq War A Philosophical Analysis Bassam Romaya, Gettysburg College, USA This is a splendid book. Well-written and carefully argued, it not only gives a devastating critique of the Iraq War and shows the inadequacy of just war theory, it also maps the way to a fresh perspective from which to assess the new wars of the twent-first century. Bassam Romaya has made a major contribution to the philosophy of war. The Iraq War deserves a wide audience among non-philosophers as well as philosophers. - Robert L. Holmes, professor emeritus, University of Rochester Bassam Romaya persuasively argues that contemporary warfare is disorderly, asymmetric, imagistic, theatrical, and ultimately unjust. This book is an important reminder of the difficulty of thinking about the morality of war. - Andrew Fiala, professor of Philosophy, California State University, Fresno This book features a critique of key philosophical doctrines that dominate the Iraq war debate: just war theory, humanitarian intervention, democratic realism, and preventive war doctrine. The author evaluates each and develops a philosophical approach that offers a model for thinking through the philosophical dilemmas introduced by new wars. Contents: The Question of Just War * The Question of Humanitarian Intervention * The Question of Democracy * The Question of Preventive War * Philosophizing War * Concluding Remarks: Toward An Alternative Turn in Philosophizing War May 2012 UK / May 2012 US 196PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 55

56 international relations business theory & MANAGEMENT Neoclassical Realism in European Politics Bringing Power Back In Edited by Asle Toje, The Norwegian Nobel Institute, Norway, and Barbara Kunz, Bertelsmann Stiftung, Germany Realism is making a comeback in Europe. This book brings together a new generation of realist scholars. It provides a rigorous survey for specialists seeking to understand the dynamics of international relations in a time of change. The volume thus seeks to explore the European dimension to neoclassical realism. The hope with this book is that it will spark a debate that, in time, might lead to the re-emergence of a distinctly European realist school which draws on the roots of the historical, non-american realist tradition, benefiting from insights in the liberalconstructivist paradigm. Through detailed case studies, the book illustrates that power and influence remain fruitful, even indispensable variables through which to understand the formation of foreign policy. Contents: Introduction: neoclassical realism in Europe - Asle Toje, Barbara Kunz and Michael Agner * Realism a distinctively European academic tradition - Torbjørn L. Knutsen * The tradition of neoclassical realism - Alexander Reichwein * Neoclassical realism and power - Brian C. Schmidt and Thomas Juneau * Ideas of power and the power of ideas - Nicholas Kitchen * External and domestic determinants of state behaviour - Barbara Kunz and Ilai Z. Saltzman * Raymond Aron: a neoclassical realists before the label existed? - Dario Battistella * Explaining European military intervention in Africa: a neoclassical realist perspective - Catherine Gegout * The rise and fall of CSDP: bringing strategic culture back in - Jean-Yves Haine * Looking after the European interest? Neoclassical realism and the European Union s engagement with Sub-Saharan Africa - Patrick Holden * Hegemony by invitation: neoclassical realism, soft power and US-European relations - Felix Berenskoetter and Adam Quinn * Towards neoclassical realist thinking in Russia? - Tatiana Romanova and Elena Pavlova December 2012 US 272PP / 3 b/w tables Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Christian Approaches to International Affairs Jodok Troy, University of Innsbruck, Austria Troy analyses how the understanding of religion in Realism and the English School helps in working towards the greater good in international relations, studying religion within the overall framework of international affairs and the field of peace studies. August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Diplomacy The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy 3rd edition G.R. Berridge, University of Leicester, UK, and Lorna Lloyd, Keele University, UK Indispensable for students of diplomacy and junior members of diplomatic services, this dictionary not only covers diplomacy s jargon but also includes entries on legal terms, political events, international organizations, e-diplomacy, and major figures who have occupied the diplomatic scene or have written about it over the last half millennium. Contents: Preface to the First Edition * Preface to the Second Edition * Preface to the Third Edition * Notes on Using the Dictionary * The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Diplomacy * Bibliography January 2012 UK / March 2012 US 424PP Paperback / $35.00 / CN$40.00 / Diplomacy Theory and Practice G.R. Berridge, University of Leicester, UK Diplomacy, widely recognized as the standard textbook on its subject and already translated into six languages, has been comprehensively updated, reorganized and greatly expanded. There are new chapters on consuls, public diplomacy, special envoys, and how agreements are best followed up, the last featuring a close look at No torture agreements. Contents: Introduction * The Ministry of Foreign Affairs * PART I: THE ART OF NEGOTIATION * Introduction to Part I * Prenegotiations * Aroundthe-Table Negotiations * Diplomatic Momentum * Packaging Agreements * Following Up * PART II: DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS * Introduction to Part II * Embassies * Consulates * Conferences * Summits * Public Diplomacy * Telecommunications * PART III: DIPLOMACY WITHOUT DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS * Introduction to Part III * Disguised Embassies * Special Missions * Mediation * Conclusion * References * Index January 2010 UK / February 2010 US 304PP Paperback / $37.00 / CN$42.50 /

57 business & MANAGEMENT Diplomacy The Social Construction of Swedish Neutrality Christine Agius, University of Salford, UK Since the end of the Cold War, and particularly in the post-9/11 international environment, neutrality has been conceptualized as a problematic subject. With the end of bipolarity, neutrality as a foreign and security policy lost much of its justification, and in the ongoing War on Terror, no state, according to the Bush Administration, can be neutral. However, much of this debate has gone unnoticed in IR literature. This book, newly available in paperback, examines the conceptualization of neutrality from the Peloponnesian War to the present day, uncovering how neutrality has been a neglected and misunderstood subject in IR theory and politics. By rethinking neutrality through constructivism, this book argues that neutrality is intrinsically linked to identity. Using Sweden as a case study, it links identity, sovereignty, internationalism, and solidarity to the debates about Swedish neutrality today and how neutrality has been central to Swedish identity and its world-view. Contents: Introduction * Writing neutrality: from the Peloponnesian war to the Cold War * Neutrality is what states make of it : rethinking neutrality through constructivism * Neutrality as a Social Democratic project: tracing the origins of Swedish neutrality, * Sweden s post-war neutrality doctrine: active internationalism and credible neutrality * The crisis in Swedish Social Democracy: paving the path for a new identity * A new Swedish identity? Bildt, Europe and neutrality in the post-cold War era * Into Europe with the SAP: Sweden as an EU member state * The war on terror and globalisation: implications for neutrality and sovereignty * Conclusion: the failure of neutrality? New Approaches to Conflict Analysis June 2012 US 264PP Paperback $29.95 / Published by Manchester University Press Diplomacy of Connivance Dr Bertrand Badie, Institute D Etudes Politiques,France The status quo of the modern world order, a diplomatic entente best characterized as connivance diplomacy, is examined here through its history, its functions, and its failures. Contents: PART I: TOWARD AN APOLAR WORLD Concerts and Dissonance A Precarious Polarization * The System without a Name (1989 ) * PART II: THE NEW ARISTOCRATS * Fireside Chats * Western Nobility * The Imperative of Governance * PART III: THE REVENGE OF GLOBALIZATIONConcert of Contention * The Emerging Powers as Arbiters * An Anomic International System Sciences Po Series in IR and PE August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 208PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / War and Delusion A Critical Examination Laurie Calhoun, author Calhoun examines the centuries-old paradigm of just war theory to determine whether modern just war rationalizations constitute sound justifications or pro-military propaganda. Her work reveals how the practice of modern war contradicts the most basic values and principles of modern Western democracies. Contents: Self-Defense and War * The Triumph of Just War Rhetoric * Truth and Consequences * Bombs and Charity * The Other Side of the Story (Neglected Perspectives) * Real Leaders * Real Soldiers * The Moral Fog of War * Democracy, Human Rights, and War * Why We (Continue to) Fight Twenty-first Century Perspectives on War, Peace, and Human Conflict January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 270PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / International Diplomacy and the Olympic Movement The New Mediators Aaron Beacom, University College Plymouth, UK This book explores the relationship between diplomatic discourse and the Olympic movement, charting both its continuity and change from an historical perspective. Contents: List of Tables * Preface * Introduction * PART I * International Diplomacy and the Olympic Movement * Olympic Diplomacy: The IOC as Diplomatic Actor * Mediation Through Impairment Diplomacy and Paralympism * International Diplomacy and the Olympic Bid * International Diplomacy and the Olympic Boycott * PART II * Athens to Melbourne: British Olympic Diplomacy During the Formative Years * From Rome to Athens: Foreign Relations and Olympic Diplomacy * 2008: Re-aligning Power Relations Beijing and Olympic Diplomacy * New Challenges for Olympic Diplomacy: International Discourse and the 2012 London Games * Perspectives on the Future of Olympic and Paralympic Diplomacy * Bibliography * Appendices * Annex * Endnotes Global Culture and Sport Series July 2012 UK / September 2012 US 336PP / 12 b/w tables, 1 b/w photo Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 57

58 Diplomacy The Vulnerable Subject Beyond Rationalism in International Relations Edited by Amanda Russell Beattie, Aston University, UK, and Kate Schick, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand This book develops a concept of vulnerability in International Relations that allows for a profound rethinking of a core concept of international politics: meansends rationality. It explores traditions that proffer a more complex and relational account of vulnerability. Contents: Introduction; A.R.Beattie & K.Schick * PART I: * A Place of Greater Safety? Securing Judgement in International Ethics; K.Hutchings * Gillian Rose and Vulnerable Judgement; K.Schick * Vulnerability, Moral Luck & the Morality of Natural Law; A.R.Beattie * Trust, Rationality and Vulnerability in International Relations; T.Michel * PART II * The Damage was permanent, there would always be scars : Vulnerability and Accountability in a Post-rational World; B.J.Steele * Who will Provide the West with Therapy?; R.Shilliam * Pathological Vulnerability and the Politics of Climate Change; E.Gammon * Between Self-esteem and Self-respect: Vulnerability in Japanese Foreign Policy; R.Nakano * Conclusion; A.R.Beattie November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / America s Deadliest Export Democracy - The Truth About US Foreign Policy and Everything Else William Blum, Expert, American Foreign Policy A fireball of terse information one of our best muckrakers. - Oliver Stone For over 65 years, the United States war machine has been on auto pilot. Since World War II, the world has believed that US foreign policy means well, and that America's motives in spreading democracy are honorable, even noble. In this startling and provocative book from William Blum, one of the United States' leading nonmainstream chroniclers of American foreign policy and author of the popular online newsletter, Anti-Empire Reports, demonstrates that nothing could be further from the truth. America's Deadliest Export is the in-depth exposé of the many contradictions surrounding the nature of US foreign policy. Contents: Introduction: US Foreign Policy * 1. Terrorism * 2. Iraq * 3. George W. Bush * 4. Afghanistan * 5. Iran * 6. Wikileaks * 7. World War II * 8. Conspiracies * 9. Yugoslavia * 10. Libya * 11. Latin America * 12. Cuba * 13. Ideology * 14. The Cold War and anti-communism * s * 16. Israel, Anti-Semitism * 17. Social issues * 18. There is no alternative! Really? There bloody well better be or we re all doomed. * 19. The Militarization of American society * 20. Media * 21. Barack Obama * 21. Patriotism * 22. Sports * 23. Dissent and resistance in America * 24. Bill Clinton * 25. Hillary Clinton * 26. Condoleezza Rice * 27. Religion * 28. Human rights/torture * 29. National Security State * 30. Humor March 2013 UK / February 2013 US 304PP Hardback $ / Paperback $19.95 / Published by Zed Books Cuba Under Siege American Policy, the Revolution and Its People Keith Bolender, University of Toronto, Canada For more than 50 years America s unrelenting hostility toward the Cuban Revolution has resulted in the development of a siege mentality among island leadership and its citizens. In a vibrant new look at Cuban-American relations, Keith Bolender analyzes the effects this has had on economic, cultural, and political life. Contents: Foreword; L.A.Perez Jr. * An Unseen Truth * Laying the Siege * Siege and Society * The Political Economics of Siege * A Changing Cuba - A Stagnant Siege * The Future of Siege December 2012 UK / December 2012 US 250PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Paperback / $28.00 / CN$32.00 / The Transatlantic Divide Foreign and security policies in the Atlantic alliance from Kosovo to Iraq Edited by Osvaldo Croci, Memorial University, Canada, and Amy Verdun, University of Victoria, Canada This book, available in paperback for the first time, examines the period between the military intervention against Serbia by NATO and the one in Iraq by the US. It has been a particularly turbulent one for transatlantic security relations. Is the malaise currently affecting the Transatlantic Alliance more serious than ever before and if so why? Will differences in the assessment of how to provide order and stability in the international system as well as in the evaluation of threats and how to respond to them mark the end of the Transatlantic Alliance? Or will the US, NATO, the EU, and EU member states work together, using different instruments and accepting a degree of division of labour, to pacify, stabilise and rebuild troublesome areas as they have done in South- Eastern Europe? This book, with contributions from leading American, Canadian and European scholars, analyses the reasons behind the latest crisis of the Transatlantic Alliance and dissects its manifestations. January 2013 US 240PP Paperback $25.95 / Published by Manchester University Press 58

59 Diplomacy The Decline and Fall of the United States Information Agency American Public Diplomacy, Nicholas J. Cull, University of Southern California, USA Using newly declassified archives and interviews with practitioners, Nicholas J. Cull has pieced together the story of the final decade in the life of the United States Information Agency, revealing the decisions and actions that brought the United States apparatus for public diplomacy into disarray. Contents: Audit of an Empire: USIA and American Public Diplomacy in 1988 * Beyond the Cold War: The Administration of George H.W. Bush * Downsizing: Bill Clinton s First Term * End Games: Bill Clinton s Second Term * Conclusion: The Tragedy of US Public Diplomacy Global Public Diplomacy September 2012 UK / October 2012 US 276PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Paperback $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Collaborative Public Diplomacy How Transnational Networks Influenced American Studies in Europe Ali Fisher, InterMedia, USA Using archival research and recorded interviews, this book charts the development of American Studies in Europe during the early Cold War. It demonstrates how negotiations took place through a network of relationships and draws lessons for public diplomacy in an age when communities are connected through multihub, multi-directional networks. Contents: Introduction: The Role of Networks in Public Diplomacy * Navigating from the Salzburg Seminar to EAAS * Making an Exhibition of Yourself * Amerika Institut - Munich * The Founding of GAAS * The Founding of BAAS * Conclusion: Building Blocks for a Collaborative Approach to Public Diplomacy Global Public Diplomacy December 2012 UK / January 2013 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Beyond Cairo US Engagement with the Muslim World Darrell Ezell, Louisiana State University, USA The United States once-enthusiastic commitment to restore trustworthy relations with the Muslim world has dwindled considerably since Obama s 2009 Cairo speech. This book tackles Washington s lagging engagement with the Muslim world and provides a roadmap for how the United States can use public diplomacy to re-engage it. Contents: PART I: DEMYSTIFYING THE COMMUNICATION GAMEEngaging the Muslim WorldCalculating the Cost of Manufactured Fear The New Public Diplomacy ArgumentPART II: CRUSADING US NATIONAL SECURITYDistorting the ProcessMarketing the American Brand Shifting the TidePART III: Reshaping the Communicative ContextConsidering a Corps of Specialists Toward a Post-secular Communicative Framework Global Public Diplomacy December 2012 UK / January 2013 US 256PP / 3 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Religion and Public Diplomacy Edited by Philip Seib, USC Center on Public Diplomacy, USA This book addresses key issues of faith in an increasingly connected and religious world and provides a better understanding of the role religion plays in public diplomacy. Contents: Introduction; Philip Seib * 1. Why Religion Matters in the World; Brie Loskota and Richard Flory * 2. Pope John Paul II, Radio Free Europe, and Faith Diplomacy; Daniel Hall * 3. Vatican Diplomacy in Vietnam and China; Lan Chu * 4. China s Faith Diplomacy; Juyan Zhang * 5. Public Diplomacy and Transnational Blasphemy Controversies; Najeeba Syeed-Miller * 6. Muslims Online Faith Diplomacy; Mohammed el-nawawy * 7. The Minaret Referendum and Switzerland s Proactive Public Diplomacy; Ambassador Johannes Matyassy and Seraina Flury * 8. Capturing the World s Attention: Buddhist Media Diplomacy in Myanmar; Diane Winston * 9. Shaping the Narrative of Religious Freedom; Liora Danan * Conclusion; Philip Seib Global Public Diplomacy June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 59

60 Diplomacy Ways Out of War Peacemakers in the Middle East and Balkans Edited by Mona Fixdal, University of Oslo, Norway An exploration of the individual work of ten diplomats who were charged with negotiating conclusions to intractable conflicts in the Middle East and Balkans, this book is the first study to combine the outlooks of practitioners and academics on new forms of war, especially asymmetrical warfare between state and non-state actors. Contents: Foreword; H.Pharo * Introduction: Peacemaking in Asymmetrical Conflicts; M.Fixdal * PART I: THE MIDDLE EAST * Peacemaking as State Diplomacy: Samuel Lewis; C.Daigle & T.Wittes * The Sustainable Dialogue Approach: Harold Saunders; C.Albin & A.Jarblad * The Psychology of Peacemaking: Terje Rød-Larsen; K.Aggestam * Pro-Active Peace Diplomacy: Jan Egeland; H.H.Waage * PART II: THE BALKANS * The Priority of Peace: Thorvald Stoltenberg; M.Fixdal * The Undiplomatic Diplomat: Peter Galbraith; M.Fixdal & I.O.Busterud * Peacekeeping and the Utility of Force: General Sir Michael Rose; J.W.Honig * Peacemaking in a Transitional Phase of Statehood: Hans Hækkerup; A.J.Semb * Peacemaking and State Creation: Søren Jessen Petersen; P.V.Jackobsen * Peacemaking in Conflicts over Independence: Martti Ahtisaari; S.Bose * Postscript: War and Peace in a Trans-national Age; J.Winter December 2012 UK / December 2012 US 298PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / America and the Rogue States Thomas H. Henriksen, Stanford University, USA America and Rogue States narrates and analyzes the US relationship with the main nuclear-threatening, terrorist-sponsoring outcast states during the last two decades. Contents: The Rogue Phenomenon * Iraq - Rogue State in an Ancient Land * Iran - Ace of Axis of Evil * North Korea - Blackmailing Rogue * Lesser Rogues and Troublesome States American Foreign Policy in the 21st Century July 2012 UK / May 2012 US 240PP Hardback / $ / CN$ / Paperback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / British Diplomacy and US Hegemony in Cuba, Christopher Hull, University of Nottingham, UK An analysis of Cuba s history from a British diplomatic perspective during the period of US political and economic domination, from 1898 to It investigates how Britain attempted to protect its trade and other interests in the island, whilst always sensitive to the reactions of its most important ally, the United States. Contents: Introduction * List of Tables * Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * Perfidious Albion? Britain and Cuba before 1898 * Uncle Sam versus the British Lion * The First World War to Boom and Bust * Beyond Recognition: Grau s 100-Day Government * Sugar and the Anglo-Cuban Commercial Treaty * The Second World War: Sugar without Cigars * Cold War: Democracy to Dictatorship * Revolution: Anglo- American Cooperation * Shipping, the Missile Crisis and Buses * Conclusion * Bibliography * Table I * Index January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 304PP / 4 b/w tables, 1 b/w illustration Hardback / $92.00 / CN$ / Alliance Security Dilemmas in the Iraq War German and Japanese Responses Natsuyo Ishibashi, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway This book explains and elaborates the concept of alliance security dilemma through a case study of two similar countries caught in the same situation: Germany, which opposed the US decision to attack Iraq in 2003, and Japan, which supported it. Contents: Background Regional Security Environments (Europe vs. East Asia) Alliance Institutions (NATO vs. the US -Japan Security Treaty) Military Institutions (The German Army vs. Japan Ground Self-Defense Force) Theoretical Alternatives and Implications September 2012 UK / September 2012 US 228PP / 7 b/w tables, 8 b/w line drawings Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

61 Diplomacy Pioneers of Sino-Japanese Relations Liao and Takasaki Mayumi Itoh, University of Nevada, USA In her meticulous and far-reaching analysis of the 1962 LT Accord, Itoh has constructed a compelling narrative of Sino-Japanese normalization by showing how the significant actors in this process, on both sides, were conscious of their responsibility to overcome the tragic legacy of the war. Stephen Roddy, associate professor, Department of Asian Studies, University of San Francisco This book examines the careers of Liao Chengzhi and Takasaki Tatsunosuke, who were not only the architects of Sino-Japanese economic relations, but also pioneers of contemporary Sino-Japanese relations. Their visions and initiatives offer many insights into the current contentious relations among China, Japan, Russia, and the United States. Contents: Early Career of Takasaki * Early Career of Liao * Mid Career of Takasaki * Mid Career of Liao * Origin of LT Trade Agreement * Late Career of Takasaki * Late Career of Liao * Conclusion August 2012 UK / August 2012 US 282PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Pathways to Peace America and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Edited by Daniel C. Kurtzer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, USA Recent upheavals in the Middle East are challenging long-held assumptions about the dynamics between the United States, the Arab world, and Israel. In Pathways to Peace, today s leading experts explain these changes in the region and their positive implications for the prospect of a sustained peace between Israel and the Arab World. Contents: Foreword; J.A.Baker III & S.Berger * Introduction; D.C.Kurtzer * PART I: THE REGIONAL DIMENSION * Israeli-Palestinian Peace Prospects in Regional Context; W.B.Quandt * The Arab Peace Initiative; M.Muasher * PART II: THE ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN DIMENSIONS * Israel s Strategic Dilemmas: Don t Wait for the Dust to Settle; Act Now; A.Gil * Palestine as a Partner in Peace; S.A.Abid & S.Hulileh * Israel and the US Role; Y.Alpher * Constrained and Now Corrosive: How Palestinians View the U.S. Role; G.Khatib * The Other Negotiator: The Israeli Public at the Peace Table; G.Gorenberg * The Peace Process and the Palestinian National Movement; R.Malley * PART III: THE UNITED STATES AND THE PEACE PROCESS * Memorandum to the President: Thinking through an Israel- Palestinian Initiative; A.D.Miller * Integrating the Top-Down with the Bottom-Up Approach to Israeli-Palestinian Peace; R.M.Danin * The Security Conundrum; P.J.Dermer & S.White * American Policy, Strategy, and Tactics; D.C.Kurtzer October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 240PP / 1 b/w table Hardback / $30.00 / CN$34.50 / Conceptual Gaps in China-EU Relations Global Governance, Human Rights and Strategic Partnerships Edited by Zhongqi Pan, Fudan University, China The contributors attempt to look into how China and Europe differently interpret political concepts such as: sovereignty, soft power, human rights, democracy, stability, strategic partnership, multilateralism/multipolarization, and global governance, to examine what implications of their conceptual gaps may have on China-EU relations. Contents: PART I: GENERAL DIMENSION: SOVEREIGNTY AND SOFT POWER * PART II: BILATERAL DIMENSION: HUMAN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, STABILITY, AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP *PART III: MULTILATERAL DIMENSION: MULTILATERALISM/MULTIPOLARIZATION AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 264PP / 7 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Real-Time Diplomacy Politics and Power in the Social Media Era Philip Seib, University of Southern California, USA Real Time Diplomacy is far more than an authoritative guide to understanding the role of social media in the Arab Awakening of It is about why and how new communication technologies have forever changed the relationship between politicians and publics. This book is simply unmissable reading for policy makers, informed citizens, and political activists to navigate the global networked politics of the twenty-first century. - Cristina Archetti, lecturer in Politics and Media, University of Salford In light of the events of 2011, Real-Time Diplomacy examines how diplomacy has evolved as media have gradually reduced the time available to policy makers. It analyzes the workings of real-time diplomacy and the opportunities for media-centered diplomacy programs that bypass governments and directly engage foreign citizens. Contents: PART I: 2011 * The Political Revolution * The Media Revolution * PART II: DIPLOMACY TURNED UPSIDE-DOWN * Traditional Diplomacy and the Cushion of Time * The Arrival of Rapid-Reaction Diplomacy * The Expeditionary Diplomat and the Case for Public Diplomacy * PART III: SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICAL CHANGE * The Promise of Networks * Ripple Effects * Looking Ahead May 2012 UK / April 2012 US 212PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Paperback / $26.00 / CN$30.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 61

62 Diplomacy The Evolving Role of Nation Building in US Foreign Policy Lessons learned, lessons lost Thomas Seitz, University of Wyoming, USA How and why did the United States get involved in nation-building overseas, and how have these policies evolved? How has Washington understood the relationship between development abroad and security at home, and how has this translated into policy? What is the relationship between security, order and development in nationbuilding and stabilisation efforts? This book explores the processes through which nation-building approaches originated and developed over the last seven decades as well as the concepts and motivations that shaped them. Weaving together International Relations theory and a rich history drawing mainly on declassified documents, interviews and other primary sources, this book contributes to theoretical discussions of nation-building while offering a critique of Realist and Critical Security School analyses of US policy in the developing world. Ultimately, the book illuminates lessons relevant to today s nation-building, crisis management, stability, 'good governance' and reconstruction missions. March 2013 US 240PP $ / Published by Manchester University Press Workers, state and development in Brazil Powers of labour, chains of value Ben Selwyn, University of Sussex, UK How do changing class relations contribute to processes of capitalist development? Within development studies, the importance of class relations is usually relegated to lesser status than the roles of states and markets in generating and allocating resources. This book argues that the changing class relations are central to different patterns of capitalist development and that processes and outcomes of class struggle co-determine the form that development takes. Workers, State and Development in Brazil illuminates these claims through a detailed empirical investigation of class dynamics and capitalist development in North East Brazil s São Francisco valley. It details how workers in the valley s export grape sector have won significant concessions from employers, contributing to a progressive pattern of regional capitalist development. The book will appeal to students and researchers interested in processes of capitalist development, agrarian political economy, and international political economy. Contents: Introduction * 1. Global commodity chains, labour history and capitalist development. * 2. Emergence of export grape production in North East Brazil. * 3. Grape workers: structural power and associaitonal power. * 4. Women workers. * 5. Managing labour * 6. Class compromise * 7. Conclusions * Bibliography May 2012 US 256PP / 1 map, 22 diagrams Hardback $ / Published by Manchester University Press Sino-US Relations and the Role of Emotion in State Action Understanding Post-Cold War Crisis Interactions Dr Taryn Shepperd, University of St. Andrews, UK Examining twenty-first century relations between the United States and China, Shepperd investigates three well publicised crises between these states, highlighting how social interests relating to identity and emotional needs were key dynamics driving these interactions and their transformation. Contents: List of Abbreviations * List of Illustrations * Acknowledgements * Introductory Discussion * Theoretical Underpinning and Methodological Tools * The Taiwan Strait Crisis, * The Bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade, 1999 * The Spy Plane Incident, 2001 * Concluding Discussion * Notes * Bibliography * Primary Source Material for Empirical Chapters Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 232PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Unipolarity and the Evolution of America s Cold War Alliances Nigel Thalakada, Canadian Department of National Defense,Canada Thalakada argues that the principal purpose of US alliances have shifted since the end of the Cold War from containing communist expansionism (balance of power) to preserving and exercising US power (management of power). He also looks across all US alliances highlighting the trend from regionally-based to more globallyactive alliances. Contents: Introduction * Management-of- Power * The North Atlantic Treaty Organization * The United States-Japan Alliance * The United States-South Korea Alliance * The Australia-New Zealand-United States Alliance * Conclusion May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 208PP / 5 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 /

63 Diplomacy Japan and Reconciliation in Post-war Asia The Murayama Statement and Its Implications Edited by Kazuhiko Togo, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan Taking a comparative approach and bringing together perspectives from Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, this volume considers former Japanese prime minister Tomiichi Murayama s 1995 apology statement, the height of Japan s post-war apology, and examines its implications for memory, international relations, and reconciliation in Asia. Contents: Overview; Kazuhiko Togo * Historical Role and Future Implications of the Murayama Statement: A View from Japan; Kazuhiko Togo * Political Apology in Sino-Japanese Relations: The Murayama Statement and its Receptions in China; Daqing Yang * In Search of the Perfect Apology: Korea s Responses to the Murayama Statement; Youngshik D. Bong * Redeeming the Pariah, Redeeming the Past: Some Taiwanese Reflections on the Murayama Statement; Rwei-Ren Wu * Neither Exemplary nor Irrelevant: Lessons for Asia from Europe s Struggle with its Difficult Past; Thomas U. Berger * Notes on Contributors October 2012 UK / October 2012 US 130PP / 4 b/w tables, 1 graph Hardback / $57.00 / CN$65.50 / EU Effectiveness and Unity in Multilateral Negotiations More than the Sum of its Parts? Louise Van Schaik, Clingendael Institute, Netherlands Analysing the relationship between EU unity and effectiveness in multilateral negotiations on food standards, climate change and health, this book develops a new model that simplifies earlier work on actorness as well as combining insights from institutionalist, intergovernmentalist and constructivist theories. Contents: * Introduction * Comparing three sets of multilateral negotiations * The EU s effectiveness in international negotiations * EU competence: a precondition for EU unity? * EU preferences and socialisation: the willingness of EU Member States to unite in international negotiations * The EU negotiating food safety standards * The EU negotiating climate change * The EU, a healthy negotiator? * A comparative analysis * Conclusions and relevance for institutional reform debate * References * List of acronyms * Annex A - Questionnaire that was used for the (semi-structured) interviews * Endnotes The European Union in International Affairs June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 256PP / 2 b/w tables, 5 figures Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Global Citizen and European Republic Irish foreign policy in transition Ben Tonra, Jean Monnet, University College Dublin, Ireland This book, available in paperback for the first time, offers a new and innovative way of looking at Irish foreign policy, linking its development with changes in Irish national identity. Many debates within contemporary International Relations focus on the relative benefits of taking a traditional interest-based approach to the study of foreign policy as opposed to the more recently developed identity-based approach. Uniquely, this book takes the latter and instead of looking at Irish foreign policy through the lens of individual, geo-strategic, or political interest, it is linked to deeper identity changes. As one Minister of Foreign Affairs put it: Irish foreign policy is about much more than self-interest. The elaboration of our foreign policy is also a matter of self-definition - simply put, it is for many of us a statement of the kind of people that we are. The contributors are drawn from those who have worked alongside Janet Nelson and from some of her former students. They include David Bates, Stephen Baxter, Wendy Davies, Paul Fouracre, and David Ganz. Contents: Introduction * The narrative of the Irish nation * The narrative of the global citizen * The narrative of the European Republic * The narrative of the Anglo American state * Policy actors and structures: The executive drama * Policy actors and structures: The democratic coda * European ambitions and obligations * Security, defence and neutrality * Case study: The war in Iraq 2003 * Conclusions * Bibliography August 2012 US 272PP Paperback $29.95 / Published by Manchester University Press Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 63

64 security studies New Security Challenges series Edited by Stuart Croft, University of Warwick, UK Subjects of Security Domestic Effects of Foreign Policy in the War on Terror Robin Cameron, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia This book argues that the war on terror is a paradigmatic foreign policy that has had profound effects on domestic social order. Cameron develops an original framework which inverts the traditional analysis of foreign policy in order to interpret its impact upon subject formation through everyday practises of security and social regulation. Contents: Introduction * PART I: THEORISING FOREIGN POLICY AS SOCIAL CONTROL * 1. Sovereignty and the Modern Subject: Theory as Practice * 2. Conceptualising Foreign Policy and Social Control * 3. Foreign Policy as Domestic Discipline and Control * PART II: CASE STUDIES OF FOREIGN POLICY REGULATION * 4. Beyond Conspiracy? Cold War Antecedents of Foreign Policy Regulation * 5. Bodies, Space and Politics: The Intensification of Spatial Control after 9/11 * 6. Populations, Health and Trauma: The Mass Psychological Effects stemming from 9/11 * Bibliography May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 272PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Shaping South East Europe s Security Community for the Twenty-First Century Trust, Partnership, Integration Edited by Sharyl Cross, San Jose State University, USA, Savo Kentera, Atlantic Council of Montenegro, Montenegro, Radovan Vukadinovic, Atlantic Council of Croatia, Crotia, and R. Craig Nation, US Army War College, USA In this book, leading academics and policy practitioners develop approaches for managing critical contemporary and emerging security challenges for South East Europe. They attempt to conceptualize and realize security as a cooperative endeavour for collective good, in contrast to security narratives driven by power and national egotism. Contents: Preface * 1. Shaping the Twenty First Century International Security Community, South East Europe and Beyond: An Introduction; Sharyl Cross and Radovan Vukadinović * 2. European Missile Defense: Prospects for Cooperation; John C. Reppert, Selmo Cikotić and Kevin Ryan * 3. Global Challenges for Managing Cyber Security in the Twenty First Century: Enhancing Capacity for South East Europe; Kenneth Geers and Savo Kentera * 4. The Challenges of Corruption and Organized Crime; Konstantin Samofalov, Petar Turčinović and R.Craig Nation * 5. Security Threats of Violent Islamist Extremism and Terrorism for South East Europe and Beyond; Dragan Simeunović and Adam Dolnik * 6. Energy Security in South East Europe; Lidija Čehulić, Alexey V. Kuznetsov, Mitat Celikpala, and Gregory Gleason * 7. Maritime Security Challenges in South East Europe; David Belt, Ioannis Chapsos, and Dragan Samardžić * 8. Security through Economic Development and the Strengthening of Institutional Capacity: From the Era of Transition to an Era of Opportunity in South East Europe; Valbona Zeneli and Marios P. Efthymiopoulos * 9. Transnational Demographic and Migration Security Challenges; Anna Krasteva, Alberto Cervone, and Frances T. Pilch * Conclusion; R. Craig Nation May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 224PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / European Defence Cooperation in EU Law and IR Theory Tom Dyson, University of London, UK, Theodore Konstadinides, University of Surrey, UK This book offers a novel contribution to the study of post-cold War European defence. Interdisciplinary in approach, it uses European law to assess the utility of existing theoretical accounts. By exploring the balance of threat theory, it provides new insights into the forces driving and hindering European defence cooperation. May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 248PP / 7 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Political Aspirations and Perils of Security Unpacking the Military Strategy of the United Nations Håkan Edström, Uppsala University, Sweden, and Dennis Gyllensporre, Uppsala University, Sweden This book comprises of a range of case studies of military strategy, based on UN documents, observing and concluding the effectiveness of each individual case. Edstrom and Gyllensporre analyse the UN s military strategy, its consequences and its potential to fulfil political ambitions. Contents: List of Tables and Figures * Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * Is there Utility in Applying Military Strategy? * The Evolution of UN Peace Operations * Mission in Southern Europe UNFICYP * Mission in the Middle East UNDOF * Mission in the Middle East UNIFIL * Mission in Northern Africa MINURSO * Mission in Central Africa MONUC/MONUSCO * Mission in Western Africa UNMIL * Mission in Western Africa UNOCI * Mission in the Caribbean MINUSTAH * Mission in Eastern Africa UNMIS/UNMISS * Mission in Eastern Africa UNAMID * Linking Political Goals with Military Objectives January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 280PP / 13 b/w tables, 6 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

65 security studies European Union Security Dynamics In the New National Interest Janne Haaland Matlary, University of Oslo, Norway This book shows how France and Britain are leaders in EU security and defence policy, explaining why both states need each other in this policy area. The lack of relevant military capacity in Europe today implies that the US favours a strong EU in this field. The paperback provides an update on the EU s position as an international security actor. Contents: New Preface * Introduction * PART I: SECURITY POLICY IN EUROPE * Post-National Security Policy in Europe * EU Security and Defence Policy: Legitimacy and Capability * EU Security Dynamics: The New National Interests * PART II: EU SECURITY DYNAMICS: PURSUING NATIONAL INTERESTS * Playing the Great Game: France, Britain, and Germany * Playing the Two-Level Game: France, Britain, Germany * PART III: INCURRING SECURITY POLICY DEPENDENCIES * Coalitions of the Able: The Pooling of Military Capacity in the ESDP * Coalitions of the Willing: The Pooling of Sovereignty in the ESDP January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 256PP Paperback / $35.00 / CN$40.00 / Image Warfare in the War on Terror Notes * Bibliography Nathan Roger, Swansea University, UK Roger examines how developments in new media technologies, such as the internet, blogs, camera/video phones, have fundamentally altered the way in which governments, militaries, terrorists, NGOs, and citizens engage with images. He argues that there has been a paradigm shift from techno-war to image warfare, which emerged on 9/11. Contents: Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Introduction * Theorizing Image Warfare * Political Communications: Bush, Blair and bin Laden * Suicides * Executions * Abuses * Conclusion * January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 208PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Genocide and its Threat to Contemporary International Order Adrian Gallagher, University of Leicester, UK In an innovative approach, this interdisciplinary book considers the impact of genocide on the contemporary international order rather than appealing to the idea of humanity. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * Words Matter: Genocide and the Definitional Debate * Genocide and the Three Traditions * Genocide and International Legitimacy * The Impact of Genocide on International Order * The Responsibility to Protect * The Three Traditions Revisited * Conclusion: Answering the East Tennessee Question * Bibliography January 2013 UK / January 2013 US 240PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / NATO s Post-Cold War Trajectory Decline or Regeneration Mark Webber, Loughborough University, UK, James Sperling, University of Akron, USA, and Martin A. Smith, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, UK Two decades since the watershed of the Cold War, this book investigates NATO s staying power. This book investigates how the Alliance has adapted and managed to attend to new roles and purposes through the lens of International Relations theory. The Alliance will continue, but will remain subject to ongoing crises and challenges of change. Contents: Where is NATO Going? * Thinking NATO through Theoretically * Operations * Enlargement * NATO-Russia Relations * NATO and the European Union * Conclusion * Endnotes August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 296PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 65

66 security studies The British Approach to Counterinsurgency From Malaya and Northern Ireland to Iraq and Afghanistan Edited by Paul Dixon, Kingston University, UK This timely and critical volume questions the effectiveness of Britain s hearts and minds approach, challenging conventional counterinsurgency thinking by drawing on the expertise of regional and thematic specialists. Contents: List of Tables * Acknowledgements * Notes on Contributors * List of Abbreviations * The British Approach to Counterinsurgency: Hearts and Minds from Malaya to Afghanistan?; P.Dixon * Analysing British Counterinsurgency * Beyond Hearts and Minds? Perspectives on Counterinsurgency; P.Dixon * Britain s Vietnam Syndrome? Perspectives on British Counterinsurgency, the Media and Public Opinion; P.Dixon * Bringing it all Back Home? The Militarisation of Britain and the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars; P.Dixon * A Feminist Approach to British Counterinsurgency; C.Duncanson & H.Cornish * Baha Mousa and the British Army in Iraq; H.Bennett * Case Studies: Malaya to Afghanistan * Using and Abusing the Past: The Malayan Emergency as Counterinsurgency Paradigm; K.Hack * Dirty Wars: Counterinsurgency from Vietnam to Afghanistan; D.Hunt * Hearts and Minds? British Counterinsurgency Strategy in Northern Ireland; P.Dixon * Counterinsurgency and Human Rights in Northern Ireland; B.Dickson * Counterinsurgency amid Fragmentation: the British in Southern Iraq; G.Rangwala * Countering the Afghan Insurgency: Three Lessons Learned; S.Cowper-Coles * Conclusion: The Military and British Democracy; P.Dixon October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 464PP / 7 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Russia and its Near Neighbours Edited by Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal, and Roger E. Kanet, University of Miami, USA Russia has recently re-emerged as the dominant political, economic and military actor in former Soviet nations. Kanet and Freire bring together a stellar cast of contributors to consider Russia s recent return as a major regional and international actor and its likely future policy toward its neighbours. Contents: Introduction: Russia and its Near Neighbours; M.R.Freire & R.E.Kanet * PART I: DETERMINANTS OF RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY * Russia s Vital and Exclusive National Interests in the Near Abroad; R.Laenen * Domestic Influences on Russian Foreign Policy: Status, Interests and Ressentiment; H.Smith * Nationalist Grievance and Russian Foreign Policy? The Case of Georgia; L.March * The August 2008 Russo-Georgian War: Which Side Went First?; J.B.Dunlop * PART II: RUSSIA AND THE CIS * Whose Near Abroad? Dilemmas in Russia s Declared Sphere of Privileged Interests; J.Russell * Russia s European Security Treaty and the Kyrgyz Crisis; G.Herd * Central Asia in Russian and US Foreign Policy: Between Continuity and Reset ; L.Simão * Russia s Foreign Policy towards Central Asia; D.Digol * PART III: ENERGY IN RUSSIAN-CIS RELATIONS * Strategic Security and Russian Resource Diplomacy; M.Sussex * Russian Resource Politics toward the CIS Countries under Medvedev; B.Nygren * Russia s Energy Policies in Eurasia: Empowerment or Entrapment?; M.R.Freire * Russian Energy Policy in the South Caucasus; L.Arakelyan & R.E.Kanet * Conclusion; M.R.Freire & R.E.Kanet May 2012 UK / June 2012 US 320PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Deterrence Rising Powers, Rogue Regimes, and Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Edited by Adam B. Lowther, Air Force Research Institute, USA This volume moves beyond Cold War deterrence theory to show the many ways in which deterrence is applicable to contemporary security: in space, in cyberspace, and against non-state actors. It also examines the role of nuclear deterrence in the twenty-first century and reaches surprising conclusions. Contents: Foreword; William A. Chambers * 1. How Has Deterrence Evolved?; Adam Lowther * PART I: DETERRENCE IN CYBERSPACE * 2. Can an Operationally Responsive Cyberspace Play a Critical Role in the Strategic Deterrence Equation?; Kevin R. Beeker, Robert F. Mills, Michael R. Grimaila and Michael W. Haas * 3. Does the United States Need a New Model for Cyber Deterrence?; Kamaal T. Jabbour and E. Paul Ratazzi * PART II: NUCLEAR DETERRENCE * 4. Is Nuclear Deterrence Still Relevant?; Elbridge Colby * 5. Can Tailored Deterrence and Smart Power Succeed Against the Long-Term Nuclear Proliferation Challenge?; Jonathan Trexel * 6. Is a New Focus on Nuclear Weapons Research and Development Necessary?; Anne Fitzpatrick * 7. Missile Defenses and Nuclear Arms Reductions: Can Deterrence Withstand the Attention?; Stephen J. Cimbala * PART III: NONTRADITIONAL DETERRENCE * 8. Are Rogue Regimes Deterrable?; Gary Schaub * 9. How Can the United States Deter Nonstate Actors?; Adam Lowther * 10. Is Space Deterrence Science Fiction?; Dale Hayden * 11. Can Unmanned Aerial Systems Contribute to Deterrence?; James Perry November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 262PP / 11 figures, 7 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

67 security studies NATO s European Allies Military Capability and Political Will Edited by Janne Haaland Matlary, University of Oslo, Norway, and Magnus Petersson, The Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway The question of burden sharing has always been important in NATO with an acute relevance today as the US will cut its defence budget over a ten-year period and is no longer automatically willing to lead military operations. This volume considers Europe s role in political force for the future exploring eight European case studies. Contents: Contents * Acknowledgments * About the authors * List of Tables * Introduction: Will Europe lead in NATO?; J.H.Matlary & M.Petersson * PART I: DETERMINANTS OF THE USE OF FORCE * From Mars to Venus? European Use of Force in a Historical Perspective; M.Petersson * A Farewell to Arms: Europe s meritocracy and the demilitarization of Europe; C.Coker * Towards an Affordable European Defence and Security Policy? The Case for Extensive European Force Integration; S.Diesen * Strategy, Risk and Threat Perceptions in NATO; Ø.Østerud & A.Toje * PART II: APPLICATION: CASE STUDIES * No More Free-Riding: The Political Economy of Military Power and the Transatlantic Relationship; S.Kay * Between Theory and Practice: Britain and the Use of Force; P.Porter * France: The State with Strategic Vision; Y.Boyer * The Reluctant Ally? Germany, NATO, and the Use of Force; B.Schreer * Willing and Able? Spanish Statecraft as Brokerage; D.Coletta & D.Garcia * Poland s Participation in NATO Operations; M.Pietras * Hungary in NATO: The Case of a Half Empty Glass; T.Magyarics * Punching Above Its Weight: Denmark s Legitimate Peripheral Participation in NATO s Wars; M.V.Rasmussen * Norway: Militarily Able but Politically Divided; J.H.Matlary * Index January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 328PP / 1 table Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / The Politico-Military Dynamics of European Crisis Response Operations Planning, Friction, Strategy Alexander Mattelaer, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium How do Europeans engage in military strategy? Through detailed comparisons of operational planning and exploring the framework of the EU, NATO and the UN, this book sheds light on the instrumental nature of military force, the health of civil-military relations in Europe and the difficulty of making effective strategy in a multinational environment Contents: List of Tables and Figures * Preface and AcknowledgementsList of Abbreviations * 1. Understanding European Crisis Response Operations * 2. Planning and Friction as Windows on Strategy * 3. The Launch of EUFOR Tchad/RCA * 4. The Enhancement of UNIFIL * 5. The Reorientation of ISAF * 6. Comparing Planning, Friction and Strategy Processes * 7. Concluding Thoughts * Bibliography * Index The European Union in International Affairs April 2013 UK / April 2013 US 296PP / 7 figures, 7 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / The RAND Corporation ( ) The Reconfiguration of Strategic Studies in the United States Edited by Jean-Loup Samaan, NATO Defense College, Italy Based on a case study of the RAND Corporation, this shows how the uncertainties of US defense policies since the fall of the USSR can be understood and illustrated through an analysis of the evolution of the think tank community, and more particularly through a sociological study of the so-called defense intellectuals such as the RAND Corporation. Contents: PART I: THE INVARIANTS OF THE MILITARY INTELLECTUAL FIELD * The Inheritance of a Technicist Ideology * The Competitive Dynamics of the Strategic Field * PART II: REWRITING THE AMERICAN MILITARY DOCTRINE * Transformations in the Defense Department * The Work of Legitimizing Political Agendas * PART III: THE EMISSARIES OF AMERICAN MILITARY THOUGHT * An Exemplary Regionalization of American Politics * The International Distribution of American Sciences of Government * Conclusion: The Disenchantment of Strategists? Sciences Po Series in IR and PE June 2012 UK / June 2012 US 204PP / 1 b/w line drawing Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation Fashioning Method out of Mayhem Adam D.M. Svendsen, International Relations and Strategic Studies, UK An insightful exploration of intelligence cooperation (officially known as liaison), including its international dimensions. This book offers a distinct understanding of this process, valuable to those involved in critical information flows, such as intelligence, risk, crisis and emergency managers. Contents: List of Illustrations & Plates * Acknowledgements * Interviews Note * Key Abbreviations * Source Abbreviations * PART I: SCENE-SETTING * Introduction: Intelligence Cooperation and Professionalization * PART II: BACKGROUND * Contributing towards the Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation * Researching Intelligence & Liaison, and Accounting for Wider General Intelligence Cooperation Trends * PART III: CASE STUDY: TRACING KEY INTELLIGENCE LIASON TRENDS * The Professionalization of Intelligence Cooperation in Action * Landscape Changes: Actual & Proposed * PART IV: CONCLUSIONS * Thoughts for the Future * Notes & Reference Library * Select Bibliography * Index August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 264PP / 3 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 67

68 security studies Bilateral Perspectives on Regional Security Australia, Japan and the Asia-Pacific Region Edited by William Tow, Australia National University, Australia, and Rikki Kersten, Australia National University, Australia This book assesses the key factors underlying such Australian-Japanese cooperation and those policy challenges that could impede it. Experts offer critical insights into why their two countries traditionally the two key spokes in the US bilateral alliance network spanning Asia are moving toward a security relationship in their own right. Contents: Introduction; W.T.Tow & R.Kersten * PART I: THE INTERPLAY OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN POLICY FACTORS * Australian Foreign Policy Towards Japan: Weighing the Bureaucratic Process; D.Walton * The Koizumi Abe Revolution in Japanese Security Policy: Normative Transformation and Democratic Maturity; R.Kersten * Japanese Domestic Politics and Security Cooperation with Australia: The Limits of Normalisation ; T.Anno * Japan s Misfiring Security Hedge: Discovering the Limits of Middle-power Internationalism and Strategic Convergence; H.D.P.Envall & K.Fujiwara * PART II: THE DYNAMICS OF BILATERAL SECURITY COOPERATION * Regional Security Politics in East Asia: What Can Japan and Australia Usefully Do Together?; K.Togo * Japan-Australia Security Relations: A Tale of Timing; M.Cook * Japan-Australia Security Relations: Building a Real Strategic Partnership?; T.S.Wilkins * Japan-Australia Joint Security Statements and the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue: A Japanese Perspective; E.Katahara * PART III: REGIONAL AND GLOBAL RAMIFICATIONS OF INTENSIFIED BILATERALISM * The Broader Context: how Australia-Japan Relations Fit into Regional and Global Security Dynamics; W.T.Tow * Comparing Japanese, Australian and European Responses to Out-ofarea Security Challenges; W.M.Vosse * Japan, Australia and International Security Burden-sharing with the United States; T.Satake * Building a Foundation for Regional Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific: Human Resource Development for Peacebuilding; Y.Uesugi * Security Arrangements in the Asia-Pacific: A Threetier Approach; R.Sahashi Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific August 2012 UK / October 2012 US 298PP / 2 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. The Mediterranean Dimension of the European Union s Internal Security Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Sarah Wolff, The Netherlands Institute for International Relations (Clingendael), the Netherlands EU internal security concerns such as migration, police and judicial cooperation are today part of EU foreign policy. This book shows how those concerns dominate the EU agenda towards Mediterranean countries. Adopting a rational-choice institutionalist approach, it explores EU policy and the strategic choices made after the 2011 Arab revolts. September 2012 UK / November 2012 US 288PP / 8 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / The EU as a Global Security Actor A Comprehensive Analysis beyond CFSP and JHA Kamil Zwolski, University of Salford, UK, and Christian Kaunert, University of Dundee, UK Through empirical analysis, consisting of five detailed case studies, including the CFSP and JHA frameworks, this book fills a distinct gap in the scholarship on European security and policy-making. As such, this book constitutes an important and original input in the debate on European security after the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty. Contents: Introduction * The EU as a Comprehensive Security Actor: towards a Theoretical Framework * The Historical Evolution of the CFSP and JHA * The EU and Climate Security * The EU and Counterterrorism * The EU and Refugees * The EU and Non-proliferation: the Case of Russia * The EU and Somali Piracy * Conclusion Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics January 2013 UK / March 2013 US 256PP / 3 figures, 3 b/w tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

69 Aksan, Weapon of the Strong terrorism Terrorism Weapon of the Strong Bailes, Conversations on US State Terrorism Edited by Jon Bailes, State of Nature, UK, and Cihan Aksan, State of Nature, UK Terror exercised by states is infinitely more deadly than terrorism by non-state actors. This outstanding book is welcome precisely because it starts by challenging the hegemonic views of both terrorism and democratic power. Nuanced and uncompromising, the interviewers have posed some of the most penetrating and important questions of our time. The answers received will change forever the way we think about terror. Penny Green, Professor of Law at King s College London and Director of the International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) The term terrorism is often applied exclusively to non-state groups or specific rogue states. Far less attention is given to state terrorism carried out or sponsored by democracies, most notably the United States. History shows that this state terrorism has been responsible for the deaths of millions of people. Weapon of the Strong analyses the forms of US state terrorism through exclusive, never before published interviews with leading commentators and theorists, including Noam Chomsky, Edward S. Herman, Richard A. Falk, Judith Butler, Ted Honderich, Norman Finkelstein, and Gilbert Achcar. The interviews explore the different aspects of state terrorism: its functions, institutional supports and the legal and moral arguments surrounding it, and consider specific case studies in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. Weapon of the Strong makes an indispensable contribution to contemporary debates on terrorism and constructs a damning critique of US foreign policy from World War Two to the present day. Contents: 1. Introduction * 2. The Definition of Terrorism - Noam Chomsky * 3. International Law and Human Rights - Richard A. Falk * 4. Torture as Terrorism - Marjorie Cohn * 5. Justification and Responsibility - Ted Honderich * 6. The Media Image of Terrorism - Edward S. Herman * 7. The Discourse of Terror - Judith Butler * 8. Terrorism Studies and Academia - Richard Jackson * 9. International Financial Institutions - Patrick Bond * 10. The Goals of US Militarism - Ismael Hossein-Zadeh * 11. Case Study: The US in the Middle East - Gilbert Achcar * 12. Case Study: The US Support for Israeli State Terror - Norman Finkelstein * 13. Case Study: Latin America - Greg Grandin * 14. Case Study: NATO s Stay Behind Armies - Daniele Ganser November 2012 US 224PP Hardback $80.00 / Paperback $24.00 / Published by Pluto Press Shadow Lives The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror Victoria Brittain, Journalist and Author Shadow Lives reveals the unseen side of the "9/11 wars": their impact on the wives and families of men incarcerated in Guantanamo, or in prison or under house arrest in Britain and the United States. Victoria Brittain shows how these families have been made socially invisible and a convenient scapegoat for the state in order to exercise arbitrary powers under the cover of the "War on Terror." A disturbing expose of the perilous state of freedom and democracy in our society, the book reveals how a culture of intolerance and cruelty have left individuals at the mercy of the security services' unverifiable accusations and punitive punishments. Both a "j'accuse" and a testament to the strength and humanity of the families, Shadow Lives shows the methods of incarceration and social control being used by the British state and gives a voice to the families whose lives have been turned upside down. In doing so it raises urgent questions about civil liberties which no one can afford to ignore. Contents: Acknowledgements * Foreword by John Berger * Introduction * 1. Sabah: From Palestine to Guantanamo * 2. Zinnira: From Medina to Guantanamo * 3. Dina and Josephine: From Palestine and Africa to house arrest in London * 4. Hamda: From Jordan to Belmarsh Prison * 5. Ragaa: From Egypt to Long Lartin Prison * 6. The South London families * 7. Daughters and Sisters * 8. Families surviving the War on Terror * Afterword by Marina Warner * Endnotes * Bibliography February 2013 US 200PP Hardback $75.00 / Paperback $24.00 / Published by Pluto Press Ireland s Violent Frontier The Border and Anglo-Irish Relations During the Troubles Henry Patterson, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland The IRA s ability to exploit the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland was central to the organisation s capacity to wage its Long War over a quarter of a century. This book is the first to look at the role of the border in sustaining the Provisionals and its central role in Anglo- Irish relations throughout the Troubles. Contents: Introduction * 1. The Border and Anglo-Irish Relations * 2. Security Co-operation and Sunningdale * 3. The Anti- National Coalition and Security Co-operation * 4. Regression: Jack Lynch and the Border * 5. Disarray on the Border and the Arrival of Thatcher * 6. Haughey and Border Security * Conclusion: Buying Themselves into Having a Political Say March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 248PP / 1 map Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 69

70 business terrorism& MANAGEMENT Terrorism: A Philosophical Enquiry Anne Schwenkenbecher, University of Melbourne, Australia This book engages with the most urgent philosophical questions pertaining to the problem of terrorism. What is terrorism? Could it ever be justified? Assuming that terrorism is just one of many kinds of political violence, the book denies that it is necessarily wrong and worse than war. In fact, it may be justifiable under certain circumstances. Contents: Acknowledgements * Introduction * PART I: DEFINING TERRORISM * On The Current Debate On Defining Terrorism * What Is Terrorism? * PART II: ETHICS OF TERRORISM OR CAN TERRORISM EVER BE PERMISSIBLE? * Innocents and Non-Innocents * Terrorism Against Non-Innocents * Terrorism Against Innocents * Collateral Damage * Concluding Remarks * References * Index August 2012 UK / September 2012 US 200PP / 3 tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Counter-Terrorism Community-Based Approaches to Preventing Terror Crime Basia Spalek, University of Birmingham, UK Efforts to counter terrorism are drawing increasingly on community-based initiatives and a partnership between police officers and members of specific social groups. This book analyses the potential of these initiatives and the role played by factors such as community engagement, gender and religion, and the tensions that these create. Contents: Introducing Counter-Terrorism Studies; B.Spalek * Community-based Approaches to Counter-Terrorism; B.Spalek * Policing Within Counter-Terrorism; B.Spalek * Engagement and Partnership in Community-based Approaches to Counter-Terrorism; A.H.Baker * Gender Within a Counter-Terrorism Context: L.Z.McDonald * Engaging Young People within a Counter-Terrorism Context; L.Z.McDonald * Religion, Theology and Counter-Terrorism; S.El-Awa & B.Spalek * Policing, Terrorism and the Conundrum of Community ; J.Topping& J.Byrne * Communities and Counter-Terrorism: Some Final Reflections; B.Spalek May 2012 UK / July 2012 US 224PP / 4 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Conflict Resolution and Peace Keeping The Palgrave International Handbook of Peace Studies A Cultural Perspective Edited by Wolfgang Dietrich, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Gustavo Esteva, Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca, Mexico, Daniela Ingruber, University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Norbert Koppensteiner, University of Innsbruck, Austria Thirty-four outstanding scholars write about the etymological meaning and the religious, legal and political connotations of the concept of peace. They provide firm evidence to show how adopting a multi-faceted approach to peace could ultimately contribute to the search for a more authentic understanding of peace across the world stage. Contents: Foreword * Introduction; W.Dietrich * PART I: PEACE CONCEPTS IN EUROPE * Beyond the Gates of Eden: Trans-rational Peaces; W.Dietrich * Peace: The European Narrative; K.Koppe * Pax: A Mediterranean Perspective; F.Muñoz & B.Molina * Peace: A Western European Perspective; N.Young * Friðr: A Northern European Perspective; E.K.Undrum Jacobsen * PART II: PEACE CONCEPTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST * Shalom: A Jewish Perspective; M.H.Ellis * Shalom/Salaam: A Personal Palestinian Perspective; M.Fasheh * Salaam: A Muslim Perspective; A.Haneef * Salaam: A Sufi Perspective; U.Rehman * Salaam: An Alevilik Perspective; A.Çakır * PART III: PEACE CONCEPTS IN SOUTH AND EAST ASIA * Shanti: An Indian Perspective; S.V.Bharati * Shi wa: A Vajrayana Buddhist Perspective; K.L.Tsomo * He Ping: A Confucian Perspective; K.-P.Yu * Haiwa: A Shinto Perspective; I.Anzai * Buddhism and the World Peace; J.Galtung * PART IV: MAORI AND NATIVE AMERICAN PEACE CONCEPTS * He Taura Whiri: A Maori Perspective; P.Horsley * Skennen: A North American Indian Perspective; P.Lauderdale * Kayanerekowa: A Mohawk Perspective; R.Vachon * Guelaguetza and Tu Chha ia: A Zapotec Perspective of What Others Call Friendship; G.Esteva & A.Guerrero * Thaq: An Andean-Amazonian Perspective; G.Rengifo V. * Nengelaasekhammalhkoo: An Enlhet Perspective; H.Kalisch * PART V: PEACE CONCEPTS IN AFRICA * Asomdwoe: A West African Perspective; K.A.Opoku * T ùmmu: An East African Perspective; B.Gebrewold * African Salaam; A.L.Sarr * PART VI: PEACE THINKERS * Mahatma Ghandi s Concept of Peace: A Grandson s Perspective; A.Gandhi * Ghaffar Khan: Gautama Buddha of Hashtnagar; S.S.Mehdi * The Inward Revolution: Aurobindo Ghose and Jiddu Krishnamurti; S.S.Kumar * Peaces, a Gift of Grace, Turned into Modern Horror: Ivan Illich Visionary of the Twentieth Century; M.Kaller-Dietrich * Pagans and Nomads: The Postmodern Peaces of Jean-François Lyotard and Gilles Deleuze; N.Koppensteiner * NgügI wa Thiong o: Listening for Peace and Resilience in Africa from Makerere 1962 to Asmara 2000; A.M.Almedon * Intercultural Inspiration: The Life and Work of Raimon Panikkar; G.Esteva * Gregory Bateson: A Practitioners Perspective; V.Fontan * Final Remarks; J.Echavarría, D.Ingruber & N.Koppensteiner * Index January 2011 UK / January 2011 US 656PP / 4 b/w tables, 8 b/w line drawings Hardback / $ / CN$ /

71 conflict resolution and peace keeping 2012 Yearbook on Peace Processes Vicenç Fisas Armengol, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain 2012 Yeabook on Peace Processes covers and analyses all ongoing peace negotiations in the world. It does so through a comprehensive approach to each process that includes in-depth historical backgrounds and annual assessments. Its broad scope reaches exploratory and formalized phases of dialogue. The majority of the negotiations analyzed refer to ongoing armed conflicts, although negotiations related to unsolved conflicts that are no longer in phases of open war are also included. The 2012 Yearbook on Peace Processes also includes an assessment of witnesses and overseers in peace negotiations.due to its scope and approach the yearbook is a reliable and useful source for practitioners, experts, and students of peace and conflict worldwide. Contents: Glossary * 1. INTRODUCTION: DEFINITIONS AND TYPOLOGIES * 2. USUAL PHASES IN NEGOTIATION PROCESSES * Main Conclusions of the Year * The Peace Processes in 2011 * Conflicts and Peace Processes at the End of 2011 * Main Reasons for Crises in the Negotiations this Year * The Temperature of Peace in 2011 * The Conflicts and Peace Processes in Recent Years * Witnesses in Peace Negotiations * DDRs in 2011 * 3. ANALYSES BY CONTINENT * Africa * Latin America * Asia and Pacific * Europe * Middle East * Israel-Palestine * Appendixes November 2012 US 232PP / 106 tables, 22 diagrams Paperback $40.00 / Published by Pluto Press Conflicts and Wars Their Fallout and Prevention Hossein Askari, George Washington University, USA Explaining how the price of aggression is low enough that governments do not avoid conflicts, this book uses examples drawn from recent conflicts in the Persian Gulf to examine many dimensions of costs incurred by warfare and proposes a private sector solution to warfare s low cost. Contents: Foreword - George A. Akerlof * A Glance at Recent Conflicts and Wars * Estimating the Price of Conflicts and Wars * The Seeds of Conflict and War the Persian Gulf * The Global Costs of Three Wars in the Persian Gulf * How Conflicts and Wars Can Be Ended July 2012 UK / July 2012 US 240PP / 8 figures, 22 b/w tables Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Old Conflict, New War Israel s Politics Toward the Palestinians Uri Ben-Eliezer, Haifa University, Israel The book provides a comprehensive sociological and cultural explanation of Israel s politics toward the Palestinians, covering the period of the Oslo Accords and the Second Intifada and focusing on the concept of a new war that is an outgrowth of internal relations within Israel itself and the diversionary politics of its leadership. Contents: Introduction: The Muqata * New Wars in the Global Era * PART I: THE CHANCES FOR PEACE * Internal Struggle around the Oslo Agreements * The Military Politics of the IDF * PART II: AL- AQSA INTIFADA * No Partner to Peace * From Disturbances to War * Israel and the Global War on Terror * Operation Defensive Shield * Social Protest in the War * PART III: THE POLITICS OF SEPARATION * Israel s Reaction to the Roadmap * The Separation Fence * Withdrawal from Gaza * Epilogue: Israel s Further New Wars August 2012 UK / August 2012 US 288PP Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Ex-Combatants, Religion, and Peace in Northern Ireland The Role of Religion in Transitional Justice John Brewer, Aberdeen University, UK, David Mitchell, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, UK, and Gerard Leavey, University of Ulster, UK Studies of Northern Ireland s excombatants ignore religion, while advocates of religious interventions in transitional justice exaggerate its influence. Using interview data with ex-combatants, this book explores religious influences upon violence and peace, and develops a model for evaluating the role of religion in transitional justice. Contents: Preface * Acknowledgements * Introduction * Religion and the Northern Ireland Conflict * The Personal Faith of Ex-combatants * Religion and Motivations for Violence * Religion and Prison * Excombatants and the Churches * Perspectives on the Past: Religion in the Personal and the Political * Conclusion Religion and Transitional Justice in Northern Ireland * Bibliography Palgrave Studies in Compromise after Conflict February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 208PP / 1 figure Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 71

72 conflict resolution and peace keeping Aesthetics and World Politics Roland Bleiker, University of Queensland, Australia This book, now in paperback with a striking new preface, presents one of the first systematic assessments of aesthetic insights into world politics. It examines the nature of aesthetic approaches and outlines how they differ from traditional analysis of politics using a series of case studies on language and poetics. Contents: Preface * Introduction * The Aesthetic Turn in International Political Theory * Art after 9/11 * The Sublime Nature of Global Politics * Poetic World Politics * Poetry after Auschwitz * Poetic Resistance to Cold War Politics * Come See the Blood in the Streets * Poetics and the Politics of Memory * The Poetic Search for Identity and Community * Conclusion Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies October 2012 UK / December 2012 US 288PP Paperback / $35.00 / CN$43.50 / Forces for Good? Military Masculinities and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan and Iraq Claire Duncanson, University of Edinburgh, UK This book utilises the growing phenomenon of British soldier narratives from Iraq and Afghanistan to explore how British soldiers make sense of their role on these complex, multi-dimensional operations. It aims to intervene in the debates within critical feminist scholarship over whether soldiers can ever be agents of peace. Contents: Acknowledgements * List of Abbreviations * 1. Introduction * 2. Can Soldiers Ever Be Used to Achieve Peace? Feminists Debate Military Intervention * 3. What Can We Learn From Soldiers Personal Narratives? Methodologies and Methods * 4. British Soldier Identity and the Warfighting Ethos * 5. British Soldiers Doing and Undoing Empire in Iraq and Afghanistan * 6. Regendered Soldiers and the Transformation of Hegemonic Masculinity * 7. Conclusion Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 216PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Liberal Internationalism The Interwar Movement for Peace in Britain Michael Pugh, University of Bradford, UK With impeccable scholarship, Michael Pugh offers novel insights into interwar liberal internationalism in Britain. Erudite and authoritative, this account will rightly become an indispensable point of reference for students and scholars alike. - Richard Caplan, Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford, UK This is an important and erudite book. The 1930s are often seen as a lost decade in which appeasement led inevitably to the Second World War. Michael Pugh s careful reading of the period reveals a much more complex story in which peace movements had considerable success in laying down the foundations of what would later become the rationale for international peace-support interventions and collective security. This work is a useful antidote to many of the a-historical books on international relations that assume the world began in Roger Mac Ginty, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manchester, UK The book investigates the role of popular liberal internationalism as a social movement in Britain using Gramscian and Foucauldian ideas of civil society. It addresses the use of force for peace through an examination of the impact of civil society actors in popular liberal internationalism between the world wars. Contents: Preface * Introduction: Liberal Internationalism, a Social Movement for Peace * Governance: Ideological and Political Trespass * Education: Democratic Accountability and Paper Guarantees * Disarmament: White Robes of Peace or Jackboots and Spurs? * Innovation: Arming the League with Air Power * Resistance: Pacifism and the Power of Defiance * Imperialism: Economic Security and Sanctions * Revisionism: Rearmament and Peaceful Change * Conclusion: Retrenchment, Reform and Colonisation * Appendix I: Group Memberships * Appendix II: Circulation Figures Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies September 2012 UK / November 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict Karabakh, South Ossetia and Abkhazia Wars Reconsidered Emil Souleimanov, Charles University, Prague This book critically evaluates the growing body of theoretical literature on ethnic conflict and civil war, using empirical data from three major South Caucasian conflicts, evaluating the relative strengths and weaknesses of the available methodological approaches. Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 272PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ /

73 conflict resolution and peace keeping Ethnic Cleansing and the European Union An Interdisciplinary Approach to Security, Memory and Ethnography Lynn Tesser, Researcher This book offers the first multi-case analysis of the politics of ethnic remixing in an expanding EU, including studies on Central Europe, the Balkans and Cyprus. Tesser explains the politics of minority return in a post-national Europe, with particular attention to the long-term aftermath of minority removal as a conflict resolution policy. Contents: PART I: BACKGROUND AND THEORY * 1. Introduction * 2. Concepts, Methods and An Explanatory Frame * 3. The Regime of Ethnic SeparationPART II: COUNTRY CASES * 4. Poland: Ethnic Separation in Extremis and EU Expansion * 5. Czech Republic: the Beneš Decrees and EU Expansion * 6. Cyprus: A Divided Island in the EU * 7. Slovenia and Croatia: the Aftermath of Italian, German, and Serb Mass Population Movements and EU Accession * 8. Bosnia-Herzegovina: A Divided State, EU Expansion, and Prospects for a Politics of Remixing * 9. Conclusion * Bibliography * Index Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 280PP / 1 map Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Gamble of War Is it Possible to Justify Preventive War? Ariel Colonomos, CNRS, France This book analyzes the justification of preventive war in contemporary asymmetrical international relations. It focuses on the most crucial aspect of prevention: uncertainty. It builds a new framework where the role of luck whether military, political, moral, or normative is a corrective to the traditional approaches of the just war tradition. Contents: Introduction: New Departures in the Military Arena PART I: ON THE FORMS OF PREVENTIVE WARNarrating, Explaining, Defining Preventive WarA Just War?PART II: WAGING WAROn TemperancePrecision as JustificationTargeted Killings: ManhuntsPART III: MORAL LUCKGood or Bad FortunePossible WorldsConclusion: The Gamble on the Best of All Worlds Sciences Po Series in IR and PE February 2013 UK / February 2013 US 288PP / 11 graphs, 6 b/w tables, 4 b/w illustrations Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / The Good War NATO and the Liberal Conscience in Afghanistan M.J. Williams, University of London, UK The Good War tackles the issue of NATO in Afghanistan, exploring NATO s evolution in the 1990s and blending NATO s transformation from a reactive defense organization into a proactive risk manager with the ethic of liberalism. It raises questions such as why an alliance built upon the territorial defence of Europe ended up in Afghanistan. Contents: Introduction On Wars: Good and Bad * NATO in an Age of Risk * Empires of Liberty * The Hedgehog and the Fox: Euro- American Visions of 9/11 * Soldiers of Misfortune * International (Dis)Organization * Empire Lite * Beyond Crisis: NATO, Afghanistan and Security in a Networked World * Epilogue Revisiting the Liberal Conscience April 2011 UK / June 2011 US 192PP Paperback / $34.00 / CN$39.00 / Peacebuilding and Reconciliation Contemporary Themes and Challenges Marwan Darweish, Coventry University, UK Peacebuilding and Reconciliation brings together a number of critical essays from members of the renowned Centre for Peace & Reconciliation Studies, based at Coventry University in the UK. This is a highly topical book covering the latest developments and issues in the discipline of peacebuilding, reconstruction, and reconciliation, using a range of global case studies. The wide range of geographic case studies provides fascinating comparisons and contrasts of different approaches to building peace and reconciling conflicting parties. Peacebuilding and Reconciliation is a cutting-edge collection ideal for students and academics in peace studies, development studies, and international relations. Contents: Introduction * Section 1: Peace, But What kind of Peace? * 1 How has the Liberal Peace served Afghanistan? * 2 The Obstacles to Sustainable Peace and Democracy in Post-Independence Kosovo * 3 Ethnicity, Ethnic Conflicts, and Secessionism in Ethiopian Politics * Section 2: Reconciliation and Dealing with the Past * 4 State Failure and Civil Society Potential: Reconciliation in the Democratic Republic of Congo * 5 Remembering the Past and Reconciling for the Future: The Role of Indigenous Commemorative Practices in Sierra Leone * 6 Unsettling the Settler Within: Decolonisation as Reconciliation with regard to Residential Schools in Canada * Section 3: Identifying Opportunities for Peacebuilding * 7 Is Interreligious Synonymous with Interfaith? The Roles of Dialogue in Peacebuilding * 8 Health and Violent Conflict: the Role of Health in Building Peace * Section 4: Challenges to Peacebuilding and Reconciliation * 9 The New Economy of Terror: Motivations and Driving Forces behind Contemporary Islamist Insurgencies * 10 The Question of Home: Refugees and Peace in the Israel/Palestine conflict * 11 Hamas: Between Militarism and Governance * 12 Returning Home towards a New Future: Nepal s Reintegration Programme for Former Child Soldiers * Index September 2012 US 240PP Hardback $ / Paperback $32.00 / Published by Pluto Press Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 73

74 conflict resolution and peace keeping Just Peace How Wars Should End Mona Fixdal, University of Oslo, Norway Drawing on many of the wars and peaces of recent decades, this book offers a persuasive new perspective on postwar justice. In her analysis wars of succession, wars for territory, and the political institutions that precede and follow wars, Fixdal explores the outer limits of the idea that it is worth paying almost any price for peace. Contents: Theoretical Foundations * Outcomes to Secessionist Wars * Outcomes to Territorial Wars * Outcomes to Wars over Government August 2012 UK / August 2012 US 266PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Alert 2012! Report on Conflicts, Human Rights and Peacebuilding Edited by Escola de Cultura de Pau, Spain Alert 2012! Report on Conflicts, Human Rights and Peacebuilding is a yearbook which analyzes the state of the world in connection with conflicts and peacebuilding based on five areas of analysis: armed conflicts, socio-political crises, peace processes, humanitarian crises and the gender dimension on peacebuilding.the analysis of the most relevant events of 2011 and of the nature, causes, dynamics, parties to the conflict and consequences of armed conflict and socio-political crises in the world allows for a regional comparative overview and it highlights global trends, risk factors and early warning information. The yearbook also identifies opportunities for building peace or for the reduction, prevention or resolution of conflicts. This is a reliable and comprehensive source of knowledge for decision-makers, practitioners, experts and students in peace studies. Contents: List of tables, boxes, graphs and maps * Preface by Federico Mayor Zaragoza * Executive Summary * Chapters * 1. Armed Conflicts * 2. Socio-political Crises * 3. Peace Processes * 4. Humanitarian Crises * 5. The Gender Dimension in Peacebuilding * 6. Opportunities for peace in 2012 * Annexes * Bibliography * Glossary * Thematic and country index * Escola de Cultura de Pau (School for a Culture of Peace) November 2012 US 232PP / 17 tables, 10 maps, 9 graphs Paperback $40.00 / Published by Pluto Press Libya, the Responsibility to Protect and the Future of Humanitarian Intervention Edited by Aidan Hehir, University of Alberta, Canada This book critically analyses the 2011 intervention in Libya arguing that the manner in which the intervention was sanctioned, prosecuted and justified has a number of troubling implications for the both the future of humanitarian intervention and international peace and security. Contents: AcknowledgementsNotes on ContributorsList of Figures and Tables 1. Introduction: Libya and the Responsibility to Protect; Aidan Hehir2. Humanitarianism, Responsibility or Rationality? Evaluating Intervention as State Strategy; Robert W. Murray3. The Responsibility to Protect as the Apotheosis of Liberal Teleology; Aidan Hehir4. My Fears, Alas, Were Not Unfounded: Africa s Responses to the Libya Conflict; Alex de Waal5. Africa s Emerging Regional Security Culture and the Intervention in Libya; Theresa Reinold6. The Use and Misuse of R2P: the Case of Canada; Kim Richard Nossal7. The (D)evolution of a Norm: R2P, the Bosnia Generation and Humanitarian Intervention in Libya; Eric A. Heinze and Brent J. Steele8. The UN Security Council on Libya: Legitimation or Dissimulation?; Tom Keating9. NATO s Intervention in Libya: A Humanitarian Success?; Alan Kuperman10. Conclusion: The Responsibility to Protect after Libya; Robert W. Murray June 2013 UK / June 2013 US 248PP / 2 b/w tables, 7 figures Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Representations of Peace and Conflict Edited by Stephen Gibson, York St. John University, UK, and Simon Mollan, York St. John University, UK This edited volume brings together a series of contributions exploring the sociocultural and psychological representation of peace and conflict. It ventures into areas of the humanities and social sciences not typically foregrounded in Peace Studies, such psychology, sociology, media studies, cultural studies, history, and geography. Contents: Introduction: Representations of Peace and Conflict; S.Gibson & S.Mollan * PART II: PEACE MOVEMENTS AND RESISTANCE * Peace Now or Never? Images of Peace in Israel; J.Simons * The Return of the conchie : Newspaper Representations of Conscientious Objectors and Pacifists in World War II; J.Tulloch * What s going on: Anti-war and Pro-war Hits on the Billboard Singles Charts during the Vietnam War Era ( ) and the War on Terror ( ); J.Stewart * Quakers in khaki : Conscientious Objectors Resistance to Uniform Clothing in First World War Britain; J.Tynan * PART II: MILITARIES AND MILITARIZATION * Soldiers Photographic Representations of Participation in Armed Conflict; R.Woodward & K.N.Jenkings * Exploring Representations of the Soldier as Victim: From Northern Ireland to Iraq; R.McGarry & N.Ferguson * Supporting the Troops, Serving the Country: Rhetorical Commonplaces in the Representation of Military Service; S.Gibson * PART III: PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS * Make (?) not war! Are the Social Representations of Peace and War Antonyms?; M.Sarrica & J.Wachelke * Unexpected and inclusive Social Identities in Intractable Conflict: The Case of Northern Ireland; R.D.Lowe & O.Muldoon * PART IV: RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS * Representing religious violence : Understanding the Role of Religion as Simplifier and Magnifier of Violent Conflict; L.van Liere * The Sacred Icon: Confronting the Anthropocentrism of a Secularized World; P.Kollontai * PART V: MEMORY AND MEMORIALIZATION * The Representation of Conflict in Modern Memory Work; N.Young * War and Peace in the Cloakroom: The Controversy over the Memorial to the Women of World War II; C.Peniston-Bird * Representing Apartheid Trauma: The Archive of the TRC Victim Hearings; A.Verdoolaege Rethinking Political Violence October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 320PP / 21 figures, 8 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / Arms and the People

75 conflict resolution and peace keeping Popular Movements and the Military from the Paris Commune to the Arab Spring Edited by Mike Gonzalez, University of Glasgow, UK, and Houman Barekat, Review 31, UK Looking at a range of global historical experiences, Arms and the People examines the relationship between mass movements and military institutions. Some argue that it is impossible to achieve and protect a revolution without the support of the army, but how can the support of the army be won? Arms and the People explores the impact of profound social polarization on the internal cohesion of the state s armed bodies of men and on the contested loyalties of soldiers. The different contributors examine a series of historical moments in which a crisis in the military institution has reflected a deeper social crisis which has penetrated that institution and threatened to disable it.with a range of international contributors who have either studied or been directly involved in such social upheavals, Arms and the People is a pioneering contribution to the study of revolutionary change and will appeal to students and academics in history, politics, and sociology. Contents: Introduction * Soldiers and Revolution * 1. Soldiers, Sailors and Revolution: Russia 1917 / Mike Haynes * 2. An Army in Revolt: Germany / Volkard Moser * 3. Nation against Nation: Italy / Megan Trudell * 4. Soldiers on the Side of the People: Portugal 1974 / Peter Robinson * The Popular Forces Mobilise * 5. Militia and Workers State: Paris 1871 / Donny Gluckstein * 6. The People in Arms: Spain 1936 / Andy Durgan * 7. Never One Hand : Egypt 2011 / Philip Marfleet * Guerrilla Wars and the Limits of Imperial Power * 8. People Change: American Solidiers and Marines in Vietnam / Jonathan Neale * 9. Crazy Little Armies: Guerrilla Strategy in Latin America, / Mike Gonzalez * Counter-Revolution and the Military * 10. The Iron Fist: Chile 1973 / Mike Gonzalez * 11. Reaction and Slaughter: Indonesia / Nathaniel Mehr * The Civic- Military Alliance * 12. Storming the Ramparts of Tyranny: Egypt & Iraq / Anne Alexander * 13. The Civic-Military Alliance: Venezuela / Douglas Bravo & Mike Gonzalez * Index December 2012 US 272PP Hardback $95.00 / Paperback $30.00 / Published by Pluto Press Europe s Next Avoidable War Nagorno-Karabakh Edited by Michael Kambeck, European Friends of Armenia, Belgium, and Sargis Ghazaryan, European Friends of Armenia, Belgium An international and interdisciplinary group of experts shed light upon the Nagorno- Karabakh conflict today, how it evolved and likely scenarios. Taking into account a changed political landscape, including the EU s new foreign policy instruments, they also make concrete policy proposals to make war less likely. Contents: Introduction: Setting the Geopolitical Stage; S.Ghazaryan * PART I: APPROACHING THE CONFLICT: THE INTERNAL RATIONALE * The Quintessential Conflict: A Cultural and Historic Analysis of Nagorno-Karabakh; B.Coulie * A Case Sui Generis: Nagorno-Karabakh in Comparison with Other Ethnic Conflicts in Eastern Europe; U.Halbach * What the People Think: Town Hall Meetings Reveal the EU s Potential and Limits in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict; T.Poghosyan & A.Martirosyan * What the People Think: Key Findings and Observations of a Town Hall Meeting Project in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh; T.Poghosyan & A.Martirosyan * Nagorno-Karabakh: Learning from the Flemish Experience within Belgium?; D.Rochtus * The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in Light of Polls in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh; A.Cooper and K. Morris * PART II: THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY AS FOREIGN POLICY ACTORS IN N-K: THE EXTERNAL RATIONALE * The EU s New Foreign Policy and Its Impact on the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict; E.Brok * Soft and Hard Security in the South Caucasus and Nagorno Karabakh: A Euro Atlantic Perspective; R.Giragosian * The Cold War Legacy in Nagorno- Karabakh: Visions from Russia, The USA and Regional Actors; S.Markedonov * An Eye Witness View: Human Suffering in Nagorno-Karabakh and the Possible Role of the UK in Preventing New Violence; C.Cox * Evolution of the EU Position Vis-A-Vis the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict; P.Hovhannisyan * PART III: EUROPE S NEXT AVOIDABLE WAR: THE PEACE RATIONALE * Conflict and Security in Nagorno- Karabakh: What Contribution from the EU; P.Semneby * Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: the Golden Apple of Discord or a Toy that Two Have Failed to Share; G.Gurbanov * The EU S Commitment in Nagorno Karabakh and the Required Steps Ahead; C.Tannock * Building a Consensus for Peace in Armenia and Azerbaijan; D.Sammut * The Karabakh Dilemma: Right to Self-Determination, Imperative of Territorial Integrity, or a Caucasian New Deal?; F.Engel * Learning from Georgia: A Non-Use-of-Force Treaty for Nagorno-Karabakh; O.Luchterhandt * Conclusion: Realistic Scenarios and How to Avoid a War in Nagorno-Karabakh; M.Kambeck March 2013 UK / March 2013 US 296PP / 4 maps, 4 figures Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Nigeria Since Independence Forever Fragile? Jonathan Hill, King s College London, UK This book analyses the political and ethnical tensions that characterize Nigeria, which derive both from colonial and contemporary conflicts. It points out three major factors why Nigeria has not yet collapsed like many other African states: ethnic power sharing amongst the political elite, the military with its national outlook, and oil wealth. October 2012 UK / November 2012 US 192PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 75

76 conflict resolution and peace keeping Language, Resistance and Revival Republican Prisoners and the Irish Language in the North of Ireland Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh, Gaeltacht Quarter Irish Language Development Agency, UK Language, Resistance and Revival tells the untold story of the truly groundbreaking linguistic and educational developments that took place among republican prisoners in Long Kesh prison from During a period of bitter struggle between republican prisoners and the British state, the Irish language was taught and spoken as a form of resistance during incarceration. The book unearths this story for the first time and analyses the rejuvenating impact it had on the cultural revival in the nationalist community beyond the prison walls. Based on unprecedented interviews, Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh explores a key period in Irish history through the original and "insider" accounts of key protagonists in the contemporary Irish language revival. Contents: Acknowledgments * Abbreviations * Foreword by Phil Scraton * Introduction * 1- Colonialism, Culture and Ideology * 2- Irish historical context: The Irish language Conquest, Suppression and Revival: * 3- Imprisonment, the Irish context and the language * 4- Na Cásanna - The Cages of Long Kesh * 5- Ar an Phluid - The H-Blocks, the Blanket Protest and the Aftermath * 6- Bringing the language to the people - Revival * Conclusion * Epilogue * Appendix- Narrator Biographies * Notes * Bibliography * Index April 2013 US 296PP Hardback $99.00 / Paperback $29.00 / Published by Pluto Press Hamas Rule in Gaza Human Rights under Constraint Tariq Mukhimer, UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Switzerland Developing a normative framework for evaluating non-state actors in the absence of formally binding obligations, this study is the first detailed human rights analysis of Hamas conduct and governance in the Gaza Strip. Contents: Introduction1. Non-State Actors and International Human Rights Law: An Overview2. The Rise of Hamas as a Non-State Actor Resembling a Government: Background and Operational Setting3. Hamas and Human RightsConclusion: Hamas Rule, Human Rights, and State-Like Institutions Policing for Peace in Northern Ireland Change, Conflict and Community Confidence Dr Joanne Murphy, Queen s University Belfast, UK This is the first in-depth analysis of the transition from the RUC to the PSNI seen through the eyes of key figures, inside and outside the organization. It provides a fresh insight into the wider social and political context in which this change occurred and is a significant contribution to the story of the Northern Ireland peace process. Contents: Introduction * PART I: CONTEXT, PROCESS AND TIME * 1. The Conditions for Conflict and Change * 2. Taking an Organisational Perspective * PART II: CHANGE WITHIN: FOUR PHASES OF TRANSITION * 3. Phase One: The Tipping Point * 4. Phase Two: Implementation, Symbolic Modification and Resistance * 5. Phase Three: Power Assisted Steering * 6. Phase Four: A New Order? * PART III: MANAGING CHANGE: NEW CHALLENGES, OLD PROBLEMS * 7. Facilitating Change Under Environmental Pressure: Leadership, Resourcing, Pace and External Intervention * 8. The Past Drives the Present into the Future: Continuity, Change and Policing in Northern Ireland May 2013 UK / May 2013 US 240PP Hardback / $85.00 / CN$98.00 / A Nuclear Weapons-Free World? Britain, Trident and the Challenges Ahead Nick Ritchie, University of Bradford, UK President Obama and the UK Labour and Coalition governments have all backed the renewed momentum for serious progress towards a world free of nuclear weapons, whilst the UK finds itself embarked on a controversial and expensive programme to renew its Trident nuclear weapons system. What does the UK process tell about the prospects for disarmament? Contents: Introduction * PART I: CONTEXT * British Nuclear Weapons after the Cold War * Reykjavik Revisited * Trident Renewal * PART II: ENABLERS * Deterrence * Identity * A Very Special Nuclear Relationship * The Submarine-Building Industry * PART III: RESISTANCES * Nuclear Disarmament * Cost * Options * Towards a Nuclear-Weapons Free World Global Issues October 2012 UK / December 2012 US 256PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / November 2012 UK / November 2012 US 164PP Hardback / $67.50 / CN$78.00 /

77 conflict resolution and peace keeping Democratization and Civilian Control in Asia Aurel Croissant, Heidelberg University, Germany, David Kuehn, University of Heidelberg, Germany, Philip Lorenz, University of Heidelberg, Germany, and Paul W. Chambers, Ruprecht-Karls University, Germany How can civilians in newly democratized countries ensure their control over the military? While establishing civilian control of the military is a necessary condition for a functioning democracy, it requires prudent strategic action on the part of the decision-makers to remove the military from positions of power and make it follow their orders. Contents: PART I * Conceptualizing Civilian Control oft he Military * Explaining Civilian Control of the Military in New Democracies * PART II * South Korea. Purges and Presidential Prerogatives * Taiwan. From Martial Law to Civilian Control * Indonesia. The Democratization of Personal Control * Bangladesh. From Militarized Politics to Politicized Military * The Philippines. Civil-Military Symbiosis under the Veneer of Civilian Rule * Thailand. Civilian Control Deterred * Pakistan. Military- Guided Transitions to Elected Government and the Failure of Civilian Control * PART III * Conclusion. Contours, Causes, and Consequences of Civilian Control Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific January 2013 UK / February 2013 US 288PP Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / International Conflict over Water Resources in Himalayan Asia Robert G. Wirsing, Georgetown University, State of Qatar, Christopher Jasparro, US Naval War College, USA, and Daniel C. Stoll, Georgetown University, State of Qatar The authors explore the fresh water crisis of Himalayan Asia. While the region hosts some of the world s mightiest rivers, it is also home to rapidly modernizing, increasingly affluent, and demographically multiplying societies, ensuring the rapid depletion of water resources and of disputes over ownership of transboundary waters. Contents: PART I: FUNDAMENTALS OF RIVER RIVALRY IN HIMALAYAN ASIA * Water Insecurity in Himalayan Asia * Challenge of Climate Change in Himalayan Asia * PART II: SOURCES OF TRANS-BOUNDARY RIVER DISPUTES * Damming the Rivers-I: The Irrigation Imperative * Damming the Rivers-II: The Energy Imperative * Damming the Rivers-III: The Diversion Imperative * PART III: ALTERNATIVES TO WATER CONFLICT * Cooperative River Basin Management * Water Technology Innovation * PART IV: THE FUTURE OF HIMALAYAN ASIA S RIVERS * Conclusion: Swimming Against the Tide Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific November 2012 UK / December 2012 US 288PP / 15 maps, 1 b/w photo, 15 b/w tables Hardback / $95.00 / CN$ / The East Asian Peace Conflict Prevention and Informal Peacebuilding Mikael Weissmann, The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden Using a case study based approach, Weissmann analyses the post-cold War East Asian security setting to demonstrate why there is a paradoxical inter-state peace. He points out processes that have been important for the creation of a continuing relative peace in East Asia, as well as conflict prevention and peacebuilding mechanisms. Contents: PART I: THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK * The Paradox of the East Asian Peace * PART II: CASE STUDIES * Mainland China Taiwan Relations and the Taiwan Issue * The South China Sea and Sino-ASEAN Relations * The Korean Nuclear Conflict * PART III: CONCLUSIONS * Conclusion: Understanding the East Asian Peace Critical Studies of the Asia-Pacific June 2012 UK / July 2012 US 240PP / 7 tables Hardback / $90.00 / CN$ / Follow us for the latest news, events and competitions Follow Palgrave Macmillan on Facebook. Become a fan of our Facebook page to get the latest news, reviews and event invites. Click on the regional link to view more product information or to buy. 77

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