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This absorbing alternative history of postwar Germany by Paul Hockenos chronicles the speedy transformation of a rock-throwing Marxist into a powerful foreign minister.
Public diplomacy takes on new meaning as the German and Iranian Women's soccer teams take to the field.
The economic chickens are coming home to roost.
A Dutch journalist teams up with photographers to provide intimate portraits of urban newcomers and young factory workers, as well as the families they left behind in China's countryside.
Stephen Kinzer's book about Rwanda isn't about assigning blame but understanding the difficult task of reconciliation after unspeakable horrors.
Tim Shorrock's groundbreaking book assesses the growing dominance of contractors in the intelligence "industry."
David Bacon's Illegal People illustrates how current immigration laws hurt citizens and legal immigrants as well as the undocumented immigrants whom the laws target.
A review of "Bad Money: Reckless Finance, Failed Politics, and the Crisis of American Capitalism," by Kevin Phillips (Viking, 2008).
Do North Korean films ultimately reveal or conceal the reality of the famously closed society?