Books in category Political Science – Essays

  • How Barack Obama is Endangering our National Sovereignty

    How Barack Obama is Endangering our National Sovereignty
    John Bolton

    How Barack Obama is Endangering our National Sovereignty reveals what sovereignty means to Americans, not as an abstraction but a vibrant component of self government, what the threats are to that sovereignty from "global governance," and …

  • Organisation of Elections by an Impartial Body

    Organisation of Elections by an Impartial Body

    Firstly, elections must be organised by an impartial body in an independent and transparent manner; this is the main message in this publication.

  • Churchill and Strategic Dilemmas Before the World Wars

    Churchill and Strategic Dilemmas Before the World Wars
    Michael I. Handel, John H. Maurer

    This volume examines Churchill's views about the rise of German and Japanese power, and how the growing armed strength of these two countries undermined the security of Britain and its empire.

  • European Politics

    European Politics
    Paul Kubicek

    Key changes for the new edition: Fully revised and updated to include coverage of recent elections, public opinion data and key topics such as refugees, Russia and Ukraine, Syria, more on the economic crisis, and Brexit; Expanded and …

  • Continuity and Change in Canadian Politics

    Continuity and Change in Canadian Politics
    Hans J. Michelmann, David E. Smith, Cristine De Clercy

    Change and Continuity in Canadian Politics gets to the heart of key issues and provides important insights into contemporary Canadian government and politics.

  • A Treatise of Human Nature

    A Treatise of Human Nature
    David Hume

    Principles taken upon trust, consequences lamely deduced from them, want of coherence in the parts, and of evidence in the whole, these are every where to be met with in the systems of the most eminent philosophers, and seem to have drawn …

  • An Introduction to Political Geography

    An Introduction to Political Geography
    Martin Jones, Rhys Jones, Michael Woods, Mark Whitehead, Deborah Dixon, Matthew Hannah

    By providing a basic introduction to such concepts and pointing to pathways into more specialist material, this book serves both as a core text for first- and second- year courses in political geography, and as a resource alongside …

  • Talking to Strangers

    Talking to Strangers
    Danielle Allen

    The author of The World of Prometheus argues that the transition to political friendship offered by the Brown v.

  • The Nature of Fascism

    The Nature of Fascism
    Roger Griffin

    The Nature of Fascism draws on the history of ideas as well as on political, social and psychological theory to produce a synthesis of ideas and approaches that will be invaluable for students.

  • The Art of War

    The Art of War
    Sun Tzu

    Despite techological advancement, this ancient Chinese text is still the definitive work of military strategy.

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