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A new book on North Korea provides the context for understanding its nuclear program.
Michael Swaine suggests concrete ways to improve U.S.-China relations.
The Obama administration can still learn from the errors of its predecessors in Afghanistan.
A new study explores how U.S. foreign policy has fanned the flames of anti-Americanism in the Islamic world -- and how the only way out is democracy.
As the U.S. military wreaks havoc in faraway places around the world, a new book sheds light on the historical and continuing damage done to native peoples and their lands within the United States and its colonial holdings.
John Dale's new book scrutinizes the battle between civil society activists, corporations, and states over U.S. foreign Policy toward Burma's military junta.
Dan Plesch examines the origins of the United Nations and how this alliance led to victory over the Axis powers and to a stable post-war international system.
Monologist Mike Daisey takes on Apple and challenges audiences to exercise their consumer power to effect change.
In a new book of interviews, Tobias Endler explores the role and aspirations of public intellectuals like Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn and how they reach out to their preferred audiences.
A new book puts Iran at the center of U.S. efforts to resolve the perennial Middle East crisis.