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British parliamentary papers index : BPP
New Canaan, CT : NewsBank/Readex

Index to the House of Commons parliamentary papers
Cambridge, UK ; Chadwyck-Healey, ©1995-1996
Indexes bills, command papers, and House of Common Papers from 1801- present. Data are from Subject catalogue of the House of Commons parliamentary papers 1801-1900, the House of Commons decennial indexes covering the period 1900-1979, and data from the Parliamentary Online Information Service (POLIS) database from 1979 onwards.
Baker Berry Ref CD-ROM J301 .M56

Declassified documents reference system : index and abstracts
Woodbridge, CT : Primary Source Media, ©1997-
"This comprehensive index accesses complete bibliographic citations and abstracts to nearly 700,000 declassified documents from the CIA, Department of State, National Security Council, Department of Defense, FBI and other government departments and agencies made available by the Library of Congress and the Presidential Libraries"--p. [2] of container insert.
Baker Berry Ref CD-ROM J83.A1 D42

MultiMedia politics
[London] ; Taylor & Francis, 1998
Jones Media CD-ROM JA85 .M85 1998

Vital statistics on American politics
[Washington, D.C.] : CQ Press
Jones Media CD-ROM JK274 .V58

Official voting results
Ottawa, Ont. : Chief Electoral Officer of Canada
Jones Media CD-ROM JL193 .O25

House of Commons debates : Débats de la Chambre des communes
[Ottawa] : House of Commons = Chambre des communes
Jones Media CD-ROM J103 .C37

Index to journals of the House of Commons of Canada = index des journaux de la Chambre des Communes du Canada
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Ottawa : Public Works and Government Services Canada
Jones Media CD-ROM JL161 I534

The Annenberg/Pew Archive of Presidential Campaign Discourse
The Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pa. : Annenberg School for Communication, ©2000
This archive contains transcripts of speeches, television ads, and debates of the twelve United States general Presidential campaigns from 1952 through 1996. Includes all of the major party nominees work, except that of Barry Goldwater, from September 1 of each election year through the election. Also includes the candidates' nomination acceptance speeches.
Jones Media CD-ROM JK524 .A79 2000

The global century : globalization and national security
edited by Richard L. Kugler and Ellen L. Frost
Washington, DC : Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, 2001
Jones Media CD-ROM JZ1318 .G5562 2001

Amnesty International cumulative guide
Amnesty International, London
Leiden : IDC Publishers, 1999-
Jones Media CD-ROM JC585 .A5

The Treaty of Pelindaba on the African nuclear-weapon-free-zone
Adeniji, Olu
Geneva : UNIDIR, ©2002
Baker Berry JX1974.74.A3 A34 2002

Svobodnai͡a myslʹ
Moskva : Izd-vo "Pravda", 1991-

Country reports on human rights practices for : report submitted to the Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives and the Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate by the Department of State in accordance with sections 116(d) and 502B(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended
[Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, 2001-
Baker Berry US Gov Docs JC571

Polis : politicheskie issledovanii͡a
Akademii͡a nauk SSSR
Moskva : Izd-vo "Progress, ", 1991-

Parliaments in practice : publications from the Canadian Study of Parliament Group
services by Digital Interactive, Inc. = Les parlements, de la théorie à la pratique : publications du Groupe canadien d'étude des questions parlementaires / services par Digital Interactive, Inc
[Ottawa] : Canadian Study of Parliament Group = Groupe canadien d'étude des questions parlementaires, [2004?]
"Brings together most of the [Canadian Study of Parliament] Group's publications since its etablishment in 1978, including research studies, conference reports, books, and speeches"--Container.
Jones Media CD-ROM JL163 .C3 2004

Presidential veto threats in statements of administration policy : 1985-2004
edited by Samuel Kernell
Washington : CQ Press [distributor], 2005
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of the Executive Office of the President issues memoranda deemed Statements of Administration Position (SAP) to communicate the president's or the administration's position on legislation pending before the floor or conference committees in the Congress. This disc compiles OMB SAP memos from 1985-2004 in cases where the administration threatens to veto specific legislation if passed.
Jones Media CD-ROM JK585 .P74 2005

Multilateral treaties deposited with the Secretary-General = Traités multilatéraux déposés auprès du Secrétaire général
[New York] : United Nations, ©2003-
Jones Media CD-ROM JX1977 .A3592

Mezhdunarodnye prot͡sessy = International trends
Moskva : Nauchno-obrazovatelʹnyĭ forum po mezhdunarodnym otnoshenii͡am, ©2003-

Trends in total migrant stock. The 2005 revision
New York : United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, 2006

Nobel voices for disarmament : 1901-2001
created, written and produced by David Tarnow
Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, ℗2007
1. Introduction. Michael Douglas, a United Nations Messenger of Peace (2:18) ; Gunnar Jahn, Norwegian Nobel Committee chair (0:35) ; Philip Noel-Baker, author and peace activist (3:29) -- 2. Joseph Rotblat and the arms race. Joseph Rotblat, nuclear physicist (4:56 ; 4:46) ; Michael Douglas reads from the Russell-Einstein manifesto (2:07) ; Joseph Rotblat (2:38) -- 3. The International Committee Red Cross. Michael Douglas reads from the Red Cross mission statement (0:33) ; Peter Herby, coordinator of the Mines-Arms Unit (1:32 ; 1:09) ; Michael Douglas reads from the 1925 Geneva protocol (1:40) -- 4. International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Bernard Lown, American cardiologist and co-founder of IPPNW (1:36) ; Philip Noel Baker (1:03) ; Bernard Lown (2:12) ; Michael Douglas reads from the New England journal of medicine (2:50) ; Bernard Lown (3:42 ; 2:30) ; Yevgeny Chazov, Russian cardiologist and co-founder of IPPNW (2:08) ; Bernard Lown (1:40) ; Yevgeny Chazov (0:44) ; Michael Douglas reads from the 1987 INF treaty (1:03) -- 5. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Felicity Hill, director of the U.N. Office of WILPF (1:26) ; Edith Ballantyne, Secretary-General of WILPF (0:53) ; Felicity Hill (1:04) ; Jane Addams, founding president of WILPF (0:28) ; Felicity Hill (0:48) -- 6. The unwitting victims. Seán MacBride, president of the International Peace Bureau (2:37) ; Michael Douglas reads a landmine statistic (0:06) ; Jody Williams, coordinator, International Campaign to Ban Landmines (2:06) ; Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States (0:43) ; Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations (1:48) -- 7. The future of disarmament. Alva Reimer Myrdal, Swedish diplomat and author (1:08) ; Michael Douglas reads from The game of disarmament (1:12) ; Linus Pauling, American scientist, author, and peace activist (2:16) ; John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States (2:24) ; Alfonso García Robles, Mexican diplomat and United Nations official (0:58) -- 8. Conclusion. Gunnar Berge, Norwegian Nobel Committee chair (1:00) ; Kofi Annan (0:58) ; Michael Douglas reads closing credits (0:52).

The shadows of peace : life after the LRA
[Nairobi, Kenya] : IRIN, [2006?]
"In northern Uganda, the bells of peace are starting to ring out. But after two decades of death, displacement and trauma, the obstacles on the path toward peace could be just as challenging a s the war itself"--Container.
Jones Media CD-ROM JZ5584.U33 S53 2006

IPSA XVII World Congress, Seoul, 1997 : index and papers
John Coakley
[Dublin, Ireland] : [University College], 1998
[disc] 1. Index + paper 1-400 -- [disc] 2. Paper 401-614.
Jones Media CD-ROM JA27 .I63 1997

Thinking the twentieth century
Judt, Tony
[Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., ℗2012

Il principe (capitoli scelti
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527
[Vicenza] : Il Narratore audiolibri, 2012

Meisuikyō Shūgiin giin sōsenkyo jikeiretsu dēta 1972-2000
Maeda, Yukio
Tōkyō : Eru Dē Bī, [between 2000 and 2099?]
Jones Media CD-ROM JQ1692 .M342 2000

JED-M (Mizusaki, Mori) shūgiin giin sōsenkyo dēta, dai 28-46-kai (2012 nen
Mizusaki, Tokifumi, 1932-
Tōkyō : Eru Dē Bī, [2012?]
Jones Media CD-ROM JQ1694 .M59 2012

The master of disguise : my secret life in the CIA
Mendez, Antonio J., author
[Old Saybrook, Conn.] : Tantor Media, [2014]
From the author of Argo comes an unforgettable behind-the-scenes story of espionage in action. In the first ever memoir by a top-level operative to be authorized by the CIA, Antonio J. Mendez reveals the cunning tricks and insights that helped save hundreds from deadly situations.Adept at creating new identities for anyone, anywhere, Mendez was involved in operations all over the world, from "Wild West" adventures in East Asia to Cold War intrigue in Moscow. In 1980, he orchestrated the escape of six Americans from a hostage situation in revolutionary Tehran, Iran. This extraordinary operation inspired the movie Argo, directed by and starring Ben Affleck. The Master of Disguise gives us a privileged look at what really happens at the highest levels of international espionage: in the field, undercover, and behind closed doors.

The Blair years : extracts from the Alastair Campbell diaries
Campbell, Alastair, 1957-
London : Random House Audiobooks, ℗2007
Presents an abridged recording of the book read by the author, who was Tony Blair's press secretary from 1994 to 2003.
Jones Media Compact Disc JN1129.L32 C275 2007b

Sravnitelʹnai͡a politika
Moskva : I͡Urist

Izbiratelʹnye sistemy : rossiĭskiĭ i mirovoi opyt
Li︠u︡barev, A. E. 1958- author
Moskva : Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2016
Baker Berry JF1001 .L58 2016

Chubaĭs protiv Putina : Chem zamenitʹ "vertikalʹ vlasti"
Chubaĭs, Igorʹ, author
Moskva : Algoritm, 2016
Estʹ Putin--estʹ Rossii͡a? -- Kogda rukhnet vlastnai͡a vertikalʹ -- Chemu uchit Ukraina -- Pravozashchitniki i Putin -- Russkai͡a Katastrofa, estʹ li vykhod?
Baker Berry JN6699.A15 C57 2016

Kōsaka Masataka to sengo Nihon
Iokibe Makoto, Nakanishi Hiroshi hen
Tōkyō : Chūō Kōron Shinsha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JC273.K6435 K67 2016

2012-nen Shūinsen seiken dakkan senkyo : Minshutō wa naze yabureta no ka
Shiratori, Hiroshi, author,
Kyōto-shi : Mineruva Shobō, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JQ1692 .S45 2016

Pravozashchitnik
Moskva : Liberty Road, [1994]-

"Heisei no daigappei" no seiji keizaigaku
Nakazawa, Katsuyoshi, author
Tōkyō-to Bunkyō-ku : Keisō Shobō, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JS7373.A6 A5657 2016

Nihon teikoku hōkaiki "hikiage" no hikaku kenkyū : kokusai kankei to chiiki no shiten kara
hencho Imaizumi Yumiko, Yanagisawa Asobu, Kimura Kenji
Tōkyō : Nihon Keizai Hyōronsha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JV6217.5 N54 2016

Sengo Nihon Shushō no gaikō shisō : Yoshida Shigeru kara Koizumi Jun'ichirō made
Masuda Hiroshi hencho
Kyōto-shi : Mineruva Shobō, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JQ1640 .S46 2016

Sengo minshu shugi o dō ikiru ka = The past and present of post-war democracy in Japan : reflections on the political and intellectual community
Mitani, Taichirō, author
Tōkyō : Tōkyō Daigaku Shuppankai, 2016
Baker Berry Japan JQ1631 .M575 2016

The corporate commonwealth : pluralism and political fictions in England, 1516-1651
Turner, Henry S., author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Corporation as common constitution -- The political economy of Sir Thomas Smith -- Richard Hooker's corporate Christians -- The principal navigations, voyages, traffiques, and discoveries of the English corporation -- Dekker and Company -- Shakespeare's thing of nothing -- Francis Bacon's political ecology -- Leviathan, Incorporated.

The Corporate Commonwealth traces the evolution of corporations during the English Renaissance and explores the many types of corporations that once flourished. Along the way, the book offers important insights into our own definitions of fiction, politics, and value. Henry S. Turner uses the resources of economic and political history, literary analysis, and political philosophy to demonstrate how a number of English institutions with corporate associations - including universities, guilds, towns and cities, and religious groups - were gradually narrowed to the commercial, for-profit corporation we know today, and how the joint-stock corporation, in turn, became both a template for the modern state and a political force that the state could no longer contain. Through innovative readings of works by Thomas More, William Shakespeare, Francis Bacon, and Thomas Hobbes, among others, Turner tracks the corporation from the courts to the stage, from commonwealth to colony, and from the object of utopian fiction to the subject of tragic violence. A provocative look at the corporation's peculiar character as both an institution and a person, The Corporate Commonwealth uses the past to suggest ways in which today's corporations might be refashioned into a source of progressive and collective public action. -- from dust jacket.
Baker Berry JC478 .T87 2016

Smarter power : the key to a strategic transatlantic partnership
edited by Aude Jehan and András Simonyi
Washington, DC : Center for Transatlantic Relations, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2015
"Over the past decade the limits of traditional power have been exposed by expensive and unpopular wars, recession, ballooning debt, revolutions of hope turning into despair, as well as the rise of China and other regional powers, including a resurgent and aggressive Russia. Contemporary challenges require a more sophisticated blend of hard and soft power tools, adapted to specific circumstances. This volume analyzes the power tool box in its complexity. Authors make the case for a 'spectral power' approach that supersedes artificial dichotomies between Hard and Soft Power. They also address practical and institutional challenges that stand in the way of a true Smarter Power strategy."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry JZ1464 .S637 2015

Security / Mobility : Politics of Movement
edited by Matthias Leese and Stef Wittendorp
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2017
Baker Berry JV6038 .S43 2017

Cities as international actors : urban and regional governance beyond the nation state
Herrschel, Tassilo, 1958- author
London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Preface; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1: Cities Joining States as International Actors; 1.1 Conceptualisations of 'City' and 'Internationality' from an Urbanist and IR Perspective; 1.2 Outline of Chapters; References; Chapter 2: Cities and the Global Arena-From Connectors to Actors: The Questions of Space and Territory; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Dual Meaning of 'Region': Connecting the 'International' and the 'Sub-National'; 2.2.1 Regions and State-Centric Internationality; 2.2.2 The Sub-National Use of 'Region'; 2.3 Summarising Comments; References
Baker Berry JS78 .H47 2017

Corruption and Governance in Africa : Swaziland, Kenya, Nigeria
Hope, Kempe Ronald, Sr., 1949-
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan : ©2017
Corruption in Africa: The health sector and policy recommendations for managing the risks -- Corruption in Swaziland -- Corruption in Kenya -- Corruption in Nigeria -- Controlling corruption in Africa: A governance approach.

This volume analyzes the corruption phenomenon in Africa and how to combat it from a governance perspective with illustrated case studies from three of the most corrupt of those nations covering, respectively, the Southern Africa region (Swaziland); the Eastern Africa region (Kenya); and the Western Africa region (Nigeria). Drawing on the available data, research literature, and field practice experience, the nature and extent of corruption are identified; the factors influencing the causes and determining the consequences of corruption are delineated; measures that have been put in place to control corruption are outlined and discussed; and new policy solutions are proposed and advocated to more effectively control the corruption menace in Africa.--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry JQ1875.A55 H67 2017

Civil society and mirror images of weak states : Bangladesh and the Philippines
Lorch, Jasmin, author
London : Palgrave Macmillan imprint is published by Springer Nature, [2017]
Baker Berry JC599.B33 L67 2017

Contemporary voting in Europe : patterns and trends
Alexis Chommeloux, Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan, editors
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
The significance and impact of the United Kingdom 2014 European elections / Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan -- Exploring the "Americanisation" of French politics / Alexis Chommeloux -- The case of Denmark : voting, the European Union and the constitution / Peter Gjortler -- Constitutionalising electoral politics : democracy in the Berlin Republic / Julian Krüper -- Podemos : the emergence of a new political party in Spain / Héloïse Nez -- Direct democracy in Switzerland : trends, challenges and the quest for solutions / Maya Hertig Randall -- Voting in the western Balkans / Vojislav Pavlović -- Elections to the European Parliament / Jean Rossetto.
Baker Berry JN94.A95 C66 2017

Transitional justice and education : learning peace
edited by Clara Ramirez-Barat and Roger Duthie, International Center for Transitional Justice Unicef
New York : Social Science Research Council, 2017
Introduction / Clara Ramirez-Barat and Roger Duthie -- Post-conflict education reconstruction and transitional justice -- Teaching about the recent past and citizenship education during democratic transitions / Ana Maria Rodino -- Education reform through a transitional justice lens : the ambivalent transitions of Bosnia and Northern Ireland / Karen Murphy -- History, memory, and education : is it possible to consolidate a culture of peace in Guatemala? / Gustavo Palma Murga -- Reparations, redress, and education -- Education for overcoming massive human rights violations / Cristian Correa -- Education as a form of reparation in Chile / Lorena Escalona Gonzalez -- Access to education as redress for victims in South Africa / Teboho Moja -- Outreach, education, and sustainability -- Outreach to children in the transitional justice process of Sierra Leone / Zo Dugal -- Building a legacy : the youth outreach program at the ICTY / Nerma Jelacic -- Outreach and education at the liberation war museum in Bangladesh / Mofidul Hoque -- Historical commissions and education outreach : challenges and lessons for transitional justice / Alexander Karn -- Civil society, education, and transitional justice -- Facing the past-transforming our future : a professional development program for history teachers in South Africa / Dylan Wray -- Addressing the recent past in schools : reflections from Cote d'Ivoire / Virginie Ladisch and Joanna Rice -- Grappling with Lebanon's enduring violence : Badna Naaref, an intergenerational oral history project / Lynn Maalouf and Christalla Yakinthou -- Contributors.
Baker Berry JC571 .T69934 2017

Computational modeling of political attitudes
Voinea, Camelia Florela, author
Chichester, UK ; John Wiley & Sons, [2016]
Baker Berry JA71.5 .V65 2016

The sword of ambition : bureaucratic rivalry in medieval Egypt
Nābulusī, ʻUthmān ibn Ibrāhīm, active 1235, author
New York : New York University Press, [2016]
Introduction -- The reprehensibility of employing dhimmis -- The Copts and their deceits -- Of secretaries and their art -- Ignorant men who have donned the garments of the secretaries.
Baker Berry JQ3831 .N3313 2016

The European Union's immigration policy : managing migration in Turkey and Morocco
Yildiz, Ayselin Gözde, author
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
Baker Berry JV7590 .Y55 2016

Advancing the regional commons in the new East Asia
edited by Siriporn Wajjawalku, Kong Chong Ho and Osamu Yoshida
London ; Routledge, [2016]
Introduction : Advancing the Regional Commons in the New East Asia -- ASEAN and Food Security : A Critical Path for Regional Integration -- Illicit Drugs as a Human Security Threat in East Asia -- Regional Mobility from East Asia to Southeast Asia : The Case of Education and Retirement Migration -- Transnational Migration in East Asia : the Evolving Migration Policy in South Korea and Its Implications -- Regional Cooperation in Education in ASEAN and East Asia : Past, Present and Future -- ASEAN and APT Regionalization and Economic Development -- Energy Security in ASEAN and ASEAN Plus Three : Cooperation through Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline (TAGP) -- ASEAN Cooperation on Marine Environment.
Baker Berry JQ1499.A38 R43225 2016

A century of crisis and conflict in the international system : theory and evidence : intellectual odyssey III
Brecher, Michael, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ5595 .B74 2018

The EU in UN politics : actors, processes and performances
Spyros Blavoukos, Dimitrios Bourantonis, editors
London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
The book assesses the EU performance in the broader UN setting after the Lisbon Treaty. Distinguished scholars with expertise in EU-UN relations use a comprehensive analytical framework of performance to examine various aspects of the complex EU engagement in UN politics. Performance goes beyond the achievement of agreed-upon objectives and engulfs the underlying, intra-organizational, agreement-reaching processes. The contributors examine the output of the intra-EU policy-making process and its impact within the UN setting. They cover thematic areas of special importance for the EU such as environment, human rights, disarmament and peacekeeping operations as well as special UN bodies and forums where the EU is particularly active, such as the UN General Assembly and its main Committees, the International Labour Organisation, UNESCO and the Non-Proliferation Review Conferences.--
Baker Berry JZ4997.5.E87 E8 2017

Fascism : a warning
Albright, Madeleine Korbel, author
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2018]
A doctrine of anger and fear -- The greatest show on earth -- "We want to be barbarians" -- "Close your hearts to pity" -- Victory of the Caesars -- The fall -- Dictatorship of democracy -- "There are a lot of bodies up there" -- A difficult art -- President for life -- Erdoğan the magnificent -- Man from the KGB -- "We are who we were" -- "The leader will always be with us" -- President of the United States -- Bad dreams -- The right questions.

A Fascist, observes Madeleine Albright, 'is someone who claims to speak for a whole nation or group, is utterly unconcerned with the rights of others, and is willing to use violence and whatever other means are necessary to achieve the goals he or she might have.' The twentieth century was defined by the clash between democracy and Fascism, a struggle that created uncertainty about the survival of human freedom and left millions of innocent people dead. Given the horrors of that experience, one might expect the world to reject the spiritual successors to Hitler and Mussolini should they arise in our era. Albright draws on her experiences as a child in war-torn Europe and her distinguished career as a diplomat to question that very assumption. Fascism, Albright shows, not only endured through the course of the twentieth century, but now presents a more virulent threat to peace and justice than at any time since the end of World War II. The momentum toward democracy that swept the world when the Berlin Wall fell has gone into reverse. The United States, which has historically championed the free world, is led by a president who exacerbates popular divisions and heaps scorn on democratic institutions. In many countries, economic, technological, and cultural factors are weakening the political center and empowering the extremes of right and left. Contemporary leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un are employing many of the same tactics used by Fascists in the 1920s and 30s. Written with wisdom by someone who has not only studied history but helped to shape it, this call to arms teaches us the lessons we must understand and the questions we must answer if we are to save ourselves from repeating the tragic errors of the past.
Baker Berry JC481 .A44 2018

The moral heart of public service
edited by Claire Foster-Gilbert ; foreword by John Hall, Dean of Westminster ; afterword by Stephen Lamport
London, UK ; Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017
Introduction / Claire Foster-Gilbert -- Humanizing hell : our restless conscience and the search for peace / William Hague -- Strengthening moral courage in public life / Claire Foster-Gilbert -- Building communities / Mary McAleese and John Hall -- Idealism and compromise / Vernon White -- The staying power of Benedict in parliament square / Rowan Williams -- Benedictine values in public life / Vernon White, Andrew Tremlett, Claire Foster-Gilbert -- Reflections : timeliness and timelessness / Peter Hennessy and Claire Foster-Gilbert -- Afterword / Stephen Lamport.
Baker Berry JF1525.E8 M685 2017

Sinn Féin and the IRA : from revolution to moderation
Whiting, Mathew, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press Ltd, [2018]
Baker Berry JN1571.5.S56 W45 2018

Is non-Western democracy possible? : a russian perspective
editor, Alexei D. Voskressenski, MGIMO University, Russia
New Jersey : World Scientific, [2017]
The Eastern and Western political worlds and classifications of world political systems -- Political cultures and socio-cultural particulars of economic regimes -- Political systems and political cultures of the states of Africa -- Features of the political system and political culture of the state of Israel -- Comparative analysis of the development of political systems of turkey, Egypt, Iraq -- Political systems of Arab states -- State and tribe in the political system of Afganistan -- Political processes and political systems of Central Asian states -- India: political process, political culture and political system -- Political systems and political culture of the South Asian Muslim states -- Political systems and political culture of the Southeast Asian states -- Evolution of political system of Mongolia -- Political systems of the states of the Korean peninsula -- Evolution of political systems and political institutions in China -- Political system of Japan -- General rules and national specifics in non-Western democracy -- Democracy, in general, and in the non-Western context.

"This book, with theoretical and practical analyses of comparative political systems of Eastern countries (Asia and Africa), their political process and political cultures, describes and analyses the influence of political culture on political process in the Eastern world. It gives readers an opportunity to make a comparative appraisal of maturity of civil society in these countries as well as their specifics in political interactions and internal political competition seen through the eyes of a group of distinguished Russian researchers. The book concentrates also on specifics of political-economic and political modernization in the East, and assesses the prospects of an emergence of a Western as well as a non-Western democracy in the framework of Eastern political transformations. It also explains why the one-dimensional spread of democracy -- completely negating or neglecting regional political-cultural specifics -- may lead to war among civilizations instead of the formation of a more just and fair system of democratic governance"--
Baker Berry JQ36 .I855 2017

Peacebuilding in deeply divided societies : toward social cohesion?
Fletcher D. Cox, Timothy D. Sisk, editors
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JZ5538 .P43 2017

China's ethical revolution and regaining legitimacy : reforming the Communist Party through its public servants
Zhang, Shaoying, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JQ1519.A5 Z337 2017

In search of a better world : a human rights odyssey
Akhavan, Payam
[Toronto, Ontario] : House of Anansi Press, 2017
Chapter One: The Knowledge of Suffering -- Chapter Two: The Pursuit of Global Justice -- Chapter Three: The Will to Intervene -- Chapter Four: The Oneness of Humankind -- Chapter Five: The Spirit of Human Rights -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgements -- Index.

In February of 2017, Amnesty International released their Annual Report for 2016 to 2017, concluding that the "us versus them" rhetoric increasingly employed by politicians is endangering human rights the world over. Renowned UN prosecutor and human rights scholar Payam Akhavan has encountered the grim realities of contemporary genocide throughout his life and career. He argues that deceptive utopias, political cynicism, and public apathy have given rise to major human rights abuses: from the religious persecution of Iranian Bahá'ís that shaped his personal life, to the horrors of ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia, the genocide in Rwanda, and the rise of contemporary phenomena such as the Islamic State. He also reflects on the inspiring resilience of the human spirit and the reality of our inextricable interdependence to liberate us, whether from hateful ideologies that deny the humanity of others or an empty consumerist culture that worships greed and self-indulgence. A timely, essential, and passionate work of memoir and history, In Search of a Better World is a tour de force by an internationally renowned human rights lawyer.
Baker Berry JC571 .A343 2017

The 2016 US presidential campaign : political communication and practice
Robert E. Denton, Jr., editor
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
"This volume focuses on the 2016 Presidential campaign from a communication perspective, with each chapter considering a specific area of political campaign communication and practice. The first section includes chapters on the early candidate nomination campaigns, the nominating conventions, the debates, political advertising and new media technologies. The second section provides studies of critical topics and issues of the campaign to include chapters on candidate persona, issues of gender, wedge issues and scandal. The final section provides an overview of the election with chapters focusing on explaining the vote and impact of new campaign finance laws and regulations in the 2016 election. All the contributors are accomplished scholars in their areas of analysis. Students, scholars and general readers will find the volume offers a comprehensive overview of the historic 2016 presidential campaign."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JA85.2.U6 P63 2017b

Irregular Afghan migration to Europe : at the margins, looking in
Dimitriadi, Angeliki, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Delineating the linkages -- Deciding to be mobile -- In-between spaces : the journey to Europe goes through Turkey -- Greek policies on migration and asylum : an exercise in creative ambiguity -- Afghans in Greece : transit, immobility and return -- Transit no more.

This book examines the issue of irregular transit migration to the EU by presenting the case of the Afghans. Focusing on the Afghans that arrive in and seek to move through Greece, it highlights the unique problems facing this distinctive migratory movement. Recognising that the migratory journey is a continuous interplay of policies and individuals, how each responds and adapts, the book itself moves between countries, policies, stories of migrants and the author's own experiences in the field. Drawing on extensive empirical research conducted in both Greece and Turkey, it explores why such transits occur and the decision-making process of the migrants in transit. Through the example of Afghan migration this book contributes to broader debates concerning transit migration, hospitality and asylum (how it is perceived, access to it). This book presents a timely study of the rise of 'fortress Europe' and the current discourse around refugees and migrants, amidst the largest refugee flow since WWII in Europe. This book's interdisciplinary approach will make it a valuable resource for policy makers as well as Sociology and Politics scholars. --
Baker Berry JV7590 .D56 2018

America, Britain and Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme, 1974-1980 : a dream of nightmare proportions
Craig, Malcolm M., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JZ5675 .C73 2017

Nigeria's 2015 general elections : continuity and change in electoral democracy
Hamalai, Ladi, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JQ3098 .H36 2017

The origins of public diplomacy in US statecraft uncovering a forgotten tradition
Schindler, Caitlin E
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, Springer International Publishing AG, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1480 .S35 2018

The financial impact of political connections : industry-level regulation and the revolving door
Carboni, Marika, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JK467 .C366 2017

The paradox of citizenship in American politics : ideals and reality
Momen, Mehnaaz, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
"This remarkable book does the unusual: it embeds its focus in a larger complex operational space. The migrant, the refugee, the citizen, all emerge from that larger context. The focus is not the usual detailed examination of the subject herself, but that larger world of wars, grabs, contestations, and, importantly, the claimers and resisters."-- Saskia Sassen, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University, USA This thought-provoking book begins by looking at the incredible complexities of "American identity" and ends with the threats to civil liberties with the vast expansion of state power through technology. A must-read for anyone interested in the future of the promise and realities of citizenship in the modern global landscape.-- Kevin R. Johnson, Dean, UC Davis School of Law, USA. Momen focuses on the basic paradox that has long marked national identity: the divide between liberal egalitarian self-conception and persistent practices of exclusion and subordination. The result is a thought-provoking text that is sure to be of interest to scholars and students of the American experience. -- Aziz Rana, Professor of Law, Cornell Law School, USA. This book is an exploration of American citizenship, emphasizing the paradoxes that are contained, normalized, and strengthened by the gaps existing between proposed policies and real-life practices in multiple arenas of a citizen's life. The book considers the evolution of citizenship through the journey of the American nation and its identity, its complexities of racial exclusion, its transformations in response to domestic demands and geopolitical challenges, its changing values captured in immigration policies and practices, and finally its dynamics in terms of the shift in state power vis-à-vis citizens. While it aspires to analyze the meaning of citizenship in America from the multiple perspectives of history, politics, and policy, it pays special attention to the critical junctures where rhetoric and reality clash, allowing for the production of certain paradoxes that define citizenship rights and shape political discourse.
Baker Berry JK1759 .M66 2018

Cycles and social choice : the true and unabridged story of a most protean paradox
Schwartz, Thomas, 1943- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction -- Condorcet's two discoveries -- Incidence of the paradox -- Social rationality -- Arrovian cycle theorems -- Second line of cycle theorems : Condorcet generalizations -- Top cycles in a fixed feasible set -- Strategic consequences of cycles -- Structural consequences of cycles -- Questions about prediction and explanation -- Questions about prescription and evaluation -- Concluding caveats.

"The centuries-old paradox of voting is that majorities sometimes prefer x to y, y to z, and z to x--a cycle. The discovery of the sources and consequences of such cycles, under majority rule and countless other regimes, constitutes much of the mathematical theory of voting and social choice. This book explores the big questions posed by the paradox of voting: positive questions about how to predict outcomes and explain observed stability, and normative questions about how to hold elections, how to take account of preference intensities, the relevance of social welfare to social choice, and challenges to formal "rationality," individual and social. The overall lesson is that cycles are facts, ubiquitous, and consequential in non-obvious ways, not puzzles to be solved, much less maladies or misfortunes to be avoided or regretted"--
Baker Berry JF1001 .S38 2018

Democracy, constitutionalism, and politics in Africa : historical contexts, developments, and dilemmas
Eunice N. Sahle, editor
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JQ1875 .D444 2017

Coalitional presidentialism in comparative perspective : minority presidents in multiparty systems
Chaisty, Paul, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
Baker Berry JF255 .C53 2018

Revolutionary keywords for a new left
Parker, Ian, author
Winchester, UK : Zero Books, 2017
Revolutionary Keywords for a New Left comprises short essays on fifty revolutionary keywords, each word being put to work on a contemporary political issue. With keywords ranging from academicisation to neoliberalism, from postcolonial to Zionism and with subjects including, Badiou, North Korea, sexual violence and Zizek, the book concludes with an essay mapping the development of progressive keywords before our century of revolution, which began in 1917, keywords that emerged in the fifty years of struggle between 1917 and 1967, and revolutionary keywords for the new left today.
Baker Berry JA65 .P37 2017

Anti-pluralism : the real populist threat to liberal democracy
Galston, William A. 1946- author
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2018]
The Great Recession, institutional dysfunction, a growing divide between urban and rural prospects, and failed efforts to effectively address immigration have paved the way for a populist backlash that disrupts the postwar bargain between political elites and citizens. Whether today's populism represents a corrective to unfair and obsolete policies or a threat to liberal democracy itself remains up for debate. Yet this much is clear: these challenges indict the triumphalism that accompanied liberal democratic consolidation after the collapse of the Soviet Union. To respond to today's crisis, good leaders must strive for inclusive economic growth while addressing fraught social and cultural issues, including demographic anxiety, with frank attention. Although reforms may stem the populist tide, liberal democratic life will always leave some citizens unsatisfied. This is a permanent source of vulnerability, but liberal democracy will endure so long as citizens believe it is worth fighting for.
Baker Berry JK1726 .G35 2018

The Oxford handbook of international security
edited by Alexandra Gheciu and William C. Wohlforth
Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ5588 .O946 2018

Citizen convicts : prisoners, politics and the vote
Behan, Cormac, author
Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press, 2017
Prisoner enfranchisement remains one of the few contested electoral issues in twenty-first-century democracies. It is at the intersection of punishment and representative government. This book is the first comprehensive study of prisoners and the franchise in any jurisdiction. Using the Republc of Ireland as a case study, it analyses the experience of prisoner engranchisement and locates it in an international context--back cover.
Baker Berry JN1541 .B45 2017

Careers after Congress : do jobseeking legislators shortchange constituents?
Dabros, Matthew S., author
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2017]
American democracy and the revolving door -- Political representation as Mr. Smith leaves Washington -- What have all the legislators done? -- Do jobseekers shortchange constituents through work reductions? -- Do jobseekers shortchange constituents in their policymaking? -- If not opportunism, then what?: correlates of post-congressional careers -- Why legislators remain (mostly) faithful to constituents.

Citizens, journalists, and watchdog organizations claim that U.S. Congress members serve special interest groups in return for lucrative jobs in industry once they leave office-and that these legislators become lax in their final term of office as they are no longer compelled by elections to provide quality representation to citizens. This book investigates the veracity of these claims. The established consensus among scholars and citizens groups is that democracy suffers when U.S. Congress members prepare to leave office-that legislators are quick to satisfy pressure groups' requests in part because they anticipate being rewarded with financially compelling positions in those organizations once they leave office. But is this actually true? Focusing on 346 of the senators and representatives who left office during the 107th through 111th Congresses (January 2001 to January 2011), this book makes a counterintuitive argument: that job-seeking legislators provide stalwart service to citizens during their final term of office for fear of damaging their reputations and imperiling their post-Congressional career prospects. After an introductory chapter, author Matthew S. Dabros summarizes past research on political opportunism before discussing how nonelectoral constraints imposed by special interests (namely, diminished post-Congressional employment opportunities) actually encourage job-seeking legislators to provide quality representation to citizens even in their final term in office. The book also describes the nature and identifies the determinants of post-Congressional careers. The chapters use numerous contemporary examples and draw parallels to topics familiar to general readers to ensure that the book is highly accessible and interesting to nonspecialists.
Baker Berry JK1118 .D34 2017

Capitalism, hegemony and violence in the age of drones
Pollack, Norman, author
Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1312 .P66 2018

Identity, trust, and reconciliation in East Asia : dealing with painful history to create a peaceful present
Kevin P Clements, editor
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Trust, identity and conflict in northeast Asia : barriers to positive relationships / Kevin P Clements -- Identity, threat perception, and trust-building in northeast Asia / Geun Lee -- Identity tensions and China-Japan-Korea relations : can peace be maintained in north east Asia? / Rex Li -- Historical analogy and demonization of others : memories of 1930s Japanese militarism and its contemporary implications / Chung-in Moon and Seung-won Suh -- The "abnormal" state : identity, norm/exception and Japan / Linus Hagström -- Basic human needs : identity and intractable conflict / Ajin Choi and Jihwan Hwang -- Historical memory and northeast Asian regional politics : from a Chinese perspective / Xiaoming Zhang -- Towards true independence : Abe Shinzo's nationalism / Masaru Tamamoto -- History, politics, and identity in Japan / Koichi Nakano -- Trust and trust-building in northeast Asia : the need for empathy for Japan-ROK-China security cooperation : a Japanese security perspective / Yamaguchi Noboru and Sano Shutaro -- Japan's Article 9 in the East Asian peace / Stein Tønnesson -- Apology and forgiveness in East Asia / Ria Shibata.
Baker Berry JZ1720 .I34 2018

Go back to where you came from : the backlash against immigration and the fate of western democracy
Polakow-Suransky, Sasha, 1979- author
New York : Nation Books, 2017
Introduction : the threat within -- The guests who overstayed -- When integration fails -- The nativist nanny state -- The Danish cartoon crisis and the limits of free speech -- Out of sight, out of mind : Europe's fantasy of offshoring -- Terror and backlash -- Nostalgia, fear and the Front National's resurrection -- The great replacement -- Freedom of religion -- for some -- Barbarians at the gates -- They're stealing our jobs -- The rise of white identity politics -- When the right turns left-and the left's voters go right -- Xenophobia beyond black and white -- Willkommenskultur vs. Guantanamo -- Camp of the saints at the White House.

Discusses the new political climate in Europe and the United States where xenophobia and racism have voted Britain out of the EU and catapulted Donald Trump to the presidency.
Baker Berry JV7590 .P625 2017

Business, government and economic institutions in China
Xiaoke Zhang, Tianbiao Zhu, editors
Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Understanding business-government relations in China : changes, causes and consequences / Xiaoke Zhang and Tianbiao Zhu -- State-business relations in China's changing economic order / Tak-Wing Ngo -- The evolution of government-MNC relations in China : the case of the automotive sector / Gregory T. Chin -- Regional business associations in China : changes and continuities / Juanfeng Liu and Jianjun Zhang -- Trapped into collusion : the under-institutionalized taxation system and local business-state relations in China / Changdong Zhang -- Chinese private entrepreneurs' formal political connections : industrial and geographical distribution / Jiangnan Zhu and Yiping Wu -- International context and China's business-government relations / Tianbiao Zhu -- Business-government relations and corporate governance reforms / Richard W. Carney -- The changing business-state relations in China : the view from socialist corporatism / Yukyung Yeo -- State structures, business-state relations and multinational corporate behaviours : a case study of Chinese multinational oil companies / Jin Zhang -- Business-state interactions and technology development regimes : a comparative analysis of two metropolises / Xiaoke Zhang -- Conclusions and reflections / Tianbiao Zhu and Xiaoke Zhang.
Baker Berry JK467 .B749 2018

Migration, citizenship and identity : selected essays
Castles, Stephen, author
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]
Stephen Castles provides a deeper understanding of recent 'migration crises' in this fascinating and highly topical work. The book links theory and methodology to real-world migration experiences, with a truly global perspective and in-depth analysis of the links between economics, migration and asylum and refugee issues. Key features surrounding this complex and often controversial field are examined through five thematic sections: the sociological theories and methodologies most appropriate for understanding the migratory process, including the changing nature of international migration in an era of globalization;* analysis of contemporary types of migration and the cruciality of understanding migration as a dynamic social process - inability to do so may lead to policy failure and unintended consequence; the relationship between migration and development; asylum and refugees; the effects of international migration on citizenship and identity, providing a critical perspective on the emergence of transnationalism.
Baker Berry JV6035 .C376 2017

Protecting human rights defenders in Latin America : a legal and socio-political analysis of Brazil
Neto, Ulisses Terto, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction -- Protection of human rights defenders -- Brazil's path towards human rights -- State and civil society's responses to state and non-state actors' violence towards human rights defenders -- The path to the creation of a program for the protection of human rights defenders -- The legal framework and legal functioning of the program for the protection of human rights defenders -- The effects in practice of the program for the protection of human rights defenders -- The broader effects of the program for the protection of human rights defenders -- What is preventing the program for the protection of human rights defenders for fulfilling its potential, and what can be done? -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JC599.B7 N48 2018

Governance in Russian regions : a policy comparison
Sabine Kropp, Aadne Aasland, Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, Jørn Holm-Hansen, Johannes Schuhmann, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JN6695 .G6944 2018

Hypocrisy in American political attitudes : a defense of attitudinal incongruence
Collins, Timothy P., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JA74.5 .C65 2018

American political parties under pressure : strategic adaptations for a changing electorate
Chapman Rackaway, Laurie L. Rice, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction: turning lemons into lemonade? Party strategy as compensation for external stresses / Chapman Rackaway and Laurie L. Rice -- This is Trump country: Donald Trump's base and partisan change in unhyphenated America / Brian Arbour -- Parties and populism in 2016 / David A. Dulio and John S. Klemanski -- From consensus to conflict: political polarization, the culture war, and gay rights / Donald M. Gooch -- Ideology and the 2016 election / Joseph Romance -- Campaign visits, party ties, and challenges to the party establishment in presidential nominating contests / Laurie L. Rice -- Weak parties and strong partisans / Chapman Rackaway -- Conclusion: the paradox of partisanship in 2016 and beyond / Chapman Rackaway and Laurie L. Rice.

This book addresses the changing electoral and political circumstances in which American political parties found themselves in the 2016 election, and the strategic adaptations this new pressure may require. The respective establishments of both major political parties have found themselves facing serious challenges. Some observers wondered if realignment was in progress, and whether the parties could survive. Both grounded in research and accessible to more than just academics, this book provides important insights into how political parties can move forward from 2016.
Baker Berry JK2261 .A57 2018

National security, statecentricity, and governance in East Asia
Brendan Howe, editor
Cham, Switzerland : This Palgrave Macmillan imprint is published by Springer Nature, [2018]
Baker Berry JQ1499.A58 N38 2018

The roads to Congress 2016 : American elections in a divided landscape
Sean D. Foreman, Marcia L. Godwin, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JK1968 2016 .R63 2018

Approaching the nuclear tipping point : cooperative security in an era of global change
Goodby, James E., author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Introduction -- Learning survival skills in the new world -- Stepping back from the tipping point -- Nationalism, globalism, and technology -- The potential for regional cooperative security negotiations -- Global security cooperation : an agenda for early action -- Choosing the future -- Appendix A: Joint statement : strategic stability cooperation initiative between the United States of America and Russian Federation ; Joint declaration on the new strategic relationship : declaration of President George W. Bush and President Vladimir V Putin signed at Moscow on May 24, 2002 -- Appendix B: Thoughts about the feasibility of eliminating nuclear weapons. Adapted from A world without nuclear weapons : end-state issues by Sidney Drell and James Goodby -- Appendix C: Draft agreement on the Nuclear Test Moratorium by Thomas Graham.

Globalization and technology have created new challenges to national governments. As a result, they now must share power with other entities, such as regional and global organizations or large private economic units. In addition, citizens in most parts of the world have been empowered by the ability to acquire and disseminate information instantly. However this has not led to the type of international cooperation essential to deal with existential threats. Whether governments can find ways to cooperate in the face of looming threats to the survival of human society and our environment has become one of the defining issues of our age. A struggle between renewed nationalism and the rise of a truly global society is underway, but neither global nor regional institutions have acquired the skills and authority needed to meet existential threats, such as nuclear proliferation. Arms control efforts may have reduced the excesses of the Cold War, but concepts and methodologies for dealing with the nuclear menace have not kept up with global change. In addition, governments have shown surprisingly little interest in finding new ways to manage or eliminate global and regional competition in acquiring more or better nuclear weapons systems. This book explains why nuclear weapons still present existential dangers to humanity and why engagement by the United States with all states possessing nuclear weapons remains necessary to forestall a global catastrophe. The terms of engagement, however, will have to be different than during the Cold War. Technology is developing rapidly, greatly empowering individuals, groups, and nations. This can and should be a positive development, improving health, welfare, and quality of life for all, but it can also be used for enormous destruction. This book reaches beyond the military issues of arms control to analyze the impact on international security of changes in the international system and defines a unique cooperative security agenda. -- Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JZ5675 .G66 2017

European civil service in (times of) crisis : a political sociology of the changing power of Eurocrats
Georgakakis, Didier, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Moving pictures -- A contested identity : genesis of the Eurocrat figure : between stigma and affirmation of a differentiated supranational body -- The making of a status group : reconsidering socialization to the European institutions -- Genesis and structure of European bureaucratic capital : senior European Commission officials -- Soft skills versus expertise and knowledge : the changing core competencies of European civil servants -- Reforming EU open competitions or how the "custodians of Europe" now mimic international managers -- How domination matters : new internal struggles and integrating European-enlargement newcomers -- Both the pilot and a victim of austerity? : how the European Commission's administration changed under the economic and financial crisis -- Neoliberalized neoliberalists? : the weakening sociological foundations of a pivot group and European political order.
Baker Berry JN35 .G46 2017

Locating the left in difficult times : framing a political discourse for the present
Hak, Gordon H. author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JA83 .H1818 2017

Realist thought and the nation-state : power politics in the age of nationalism
Kostagiannis, Konstantinos, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
This book recovers the history of realist theorization on nationalism and the nation-state. Presented in a sequence of snapshots and illustrated by examples drawn from the foreign policy of great powers, this history is represented by four key realist thinkers. It uses the centrality of power in realism as a starting point to claim, contrary to conventional wisdom about realism, that for realists the state is better understood not as a political unit outside history but rather as a manifestation of power unfixed in time. It also claims that the process of gradual impoverishment of the concept of power from classical to structural realism had profound implications for realism, as what the latter gained in parsimony it lost in analytical purchase. As a result, elaborate understandings of nationalism and its relation to the state are replaced by one-dimensional approaches. In order to offer meaningful engagement with foreign policy, neorealists often have to resort to the recovery of some of the complexity of classical realist accounts.--
Baker Berry JC311 .K6263 2018

A civil-military response to hybrid threats
Eugenio Cusumano, Marian Corbe, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
This edited volume provides scholars and practitioners with an in-depth examination of the role of civil-military cooperation in addressing hybrid threats. As they combine the simultaneous employment of conventional and non-conventional tools and target not only military objectives but governments and societies at large, hybrid threats cannot be countered solely by military means, but require an equally inclusive response encompassing a wide range of military and civilian actors. This book, which combines the perspectives of academics, military officers, and officials from international and non-governmental organisations, resorts to different case studies to illustrate the importance of civil-military cooperation in enhancing the resilience of NATO members and partners against a wide range of societal destabilization strategies, thereby contributing to the formulation of a civil-military response to hybrid threats.--
Baker Berry JF195 .C64 2018

Controlling the electoral marketplace : how established parties ward off competition
Spanje, Joost van, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JN94.A979 S672 2018

Life adrift : climate change, migration, critique
edited by Andrew Baldwin and Giovanni Bettini
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, Ltd., [2017]
Introduction : floating bodies / Andrew Baldwin & Giovanni Bettini -- Climate change, democracy and crises of humanism / Wendy Brown -- On 'not being persecuted' : territory, security, climate / Simon Dalby -- Dead in the waters / Brad Evans -- Unsettling futures : climate change, migration, and the obscene biopolitics of resilience / Giovanni Bettini -- Parting waters : seas of movement / David Theo Goldberg -- Transcendental migration : taking refuge from climate change / Claire Colebrook -- Strangers on a strange planet : on hospitality and holocene climate change / Nigel Clark -- Globalization as a crisis of mobility : a critique of spherology / Arun Saldahna -- The ecological migrant in postcolonial time / Ranabir Samaddar -- Floating signifiers, transnational affect flows : climate-induced migrants in Australian news discourse / Katherine E. Russo -- Rearranging desire : on whiteness and heteronormativity / Andrew Baldwin -- Afterword : life adrift in a postcolonial world / Gaia Giuliani.

Life Adrift" critically engages with two of the most defining issues of our contemporary global political economy: migration and climate change. In their own right, both are discrete areas of politics, theory, practice, and resistance. But as climate and migration are increasingly imagined together as a singular relation, they are giving rise to new horizons of meaning in politics, philosophy, media, art and literature. Life Adrift is a collection of essays from across the interpretive social sciences and humanities which treats climate change and migration as a relation that demands theoretical and historical explanation, rather than a problem requiring technical and expert solutions. The result is a unique collection, offering readers a means for reconceptualising migration and environmental changes as a site of politics and of political possibility. Along the way it addresses a range of topics current in cultural and political theory, including democracy, place, neoliberalism, humanism, materiality, borders, affect, race and sexuality. If climate change stands to redistribute humans and material across the globe, then Life Adrift offers a set of critical resources for analysing this coming phenomenon and reimaging what it might mean to be political in a fully immanent world of bodies in flux.
Baker Berry JV6225 .L538 2017

International security in the Asia-Pacific : transcending ASEAN towards transitional polycentrism
edited by Alan Chong
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
This volume argues that international security in the Asia-Pacific lends itself to contradictory analyses of centrifugal and centripetal trends. Transitional polycentrism is intrinsically awkward as a description of the security of states and their populations; it implies the loosening of state control and the emergence of newly asserted authority by mixed constellations of intergovernmental organizations and non-state actors. It implies a competition of agendas: threats to the integrity of borders and human security threats such as natural disasters, airliner crashes, and displacement by man-made pollution and food scarcity. Conversely, polycentrism could also imply a return to a more neo-realist oriented international order where great powers ignore ASEAN and steer regional order according to their perceived interests and relative military superiority. This book embraces these contradictory trends as a foundation of analysis and accepts that disorder can also be re-described from the perspective of studied detachment as polycentric order.
Baker Berry JZ6009.P16 I61 2018

The democratic faith : essays on democratic citizenship
Sniderman, Paul M., author
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2017]
Prologue -- Preference reversals : a theory of conversational logic -- An ecological theory of ideological consistency -- Myrdal's insight : the politics of race -- The fear of mass politics -- Epilogue -- Appendix : summary of replication.

"Contemporary political science has concentrated on cataloguing voters' failings--their lack of knowledge, tolerance, or consistency in political thinking. While it would be a mistake to think this portrait of citizens is simply wrong, it is a deeper mistake to accept it as a satisfactory likeness. In this book, Paul Sniderman demonstrates that a concentration on the pathologies of citizens' political thinking has obscured the intense clash of opposing belief systems in the electorate. He shows how a concentration on racism has distorted understanding of the politics of race by keeping out of sight those who think well of black Americans. And he exposes the fallacy of spotlighting the dangers of mass politics while ignoring those of elite politics."--Provided by the publisher.
Baker Berry JA74.5 .S62 2017

A practical guide to analytics for governments : using big data for good
edited by Marie Lowman
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2017]
A Practical Guide to Analytics for Governments provides demonstrations of real-world analytics applications for legislators, policy-makers, and support staff at the federal, state, and local levels. Big data and analytics are transforming industries across the board, and government can reap many of those same benefits by applying analytics to processes and programs already in place. From healthcare delivery and child well-being, to crime and program fraud, analytics can-in fact, already does-transform the way government works. This book shows you how analytics can be implemented in your own milieu: What is the downstream impact of new legislation? How can we make programs more efficient? Is it possible to predict policy outcomes without analytics? How do I get started building analytics into my government organization? The answers are all here, with accessible explanations and useful advice from an expert in the field.--
Baker Berry JA71.7 .P73 2017

Turning parliament inside out : practical ideas for reforming Canada's democracy
edited by Michael Chong, Scott Simms, and Kennedy Stewart
Vancouver : Douglas & McItyre, 2017
Forward /Ed Broadbent -- Forward /Preston Manning -- Foreward /Bob Rae -- Introduction /Michael Chong, Scott Simms and Kennedy Stewart -- Westminster parliamentary democracy: where some MPs are more equal than others /Elizabeth May -- How to fix question period: ideas for reform /Michael Cooper -- Empowering the backbench: the story of electronic petitions /Kennedy Stewart -- Rebalancing power in Ottawa: committee reform /Michael Chong -- Speaking in parliament /Nathan Cullen -- Breaking the parliamentary glass ceiling /Anita Vandenbeld -- Social media, social movements and young-voter engagement /Niki Ashton -- Introducing the assembly of the federation: the house of sober first thought /Scott Simms -- Conclusion /Michael Chong, Scott Simms and Kennedy Stewart.

"A collaborative roadmap for Canadian parliamentary reform by MPs from all of Canada's major political parties. For years, the prospect of parliamentary reform has been a hot-button issue in Canada. More and more Canadians find themselves frustrated with how Parliament works (or doesn't) and end up increasingly checked out from politics as a whole, feeling like their voices don't matter to those in power. When he introduced the "Reform Act" bill in 2013, Conservative MP Michael Chong brought the issue of parliamentary reform to the forefront, proposing changes that would empower MPs and hold party leadership accountable to their caucus--and therefore, to all Canadians. Although the changes required for such reforms are modest, the effects they would have on the Canadian democratic process would be revolutionary. In Turning Parliament Inside Out, Chong joins Kennedy Stewart (NDP) and Scott Simms (Liberal) in organizing a collaboration between MPs from all of Canada's major political parties, representing ridings from across the country. They join together in an across-the-aisle effort to make these changes a reality, explaining why reform is so urgently needed and proposing practical, achievable suggestions for making it happen. With the Trudeau government promising sweeping reforms, the opportunity is now ripe for making long-needed changes and restoring Canadians' faith in the political process, reassuring voters that their voices are heard. Turning Parliament Inside Out provides a roadmap for how to get there."--
Baker Berry JL136 .T87 2017

Campaigning for President 2016 : strategy and tactics
edited by Dennis W. Johnson and Lara M. Brown (George Washington University)
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Preface -- The Election of 2016 / Dennis W. Johnson -- Part I. The Primaries -- Part II. Money and Communication -- Part III. The General Election.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .C38 2018

The H-word : the peripeteia of hegemony
Anderson, Perry, author
Brooklyn, NY : Verso, 2017
Origins -- revolutions -- Inter-war -- Post-war -- Cold War -- Americana -- Fade-out -- Sequels -- Inversion -- Cross-cutting -- Enduring or ebbing -- Aspiring -- Conclusions.

"A fascinating history of the political theory of hegemony. Few terms are so widely used in the literature of international relations and political science, with so little agreement about their exact meaning, as hegemony. In the first full historical study of its fortunes as a concept, Perry Anderson traces its emergence in Ancient Greece, its rediscovery during the upheavals of 1848-9 in Germany, and then its chequered career in revolutionary Russia, fascist Italy, Cold War America, Thatcherized Britain, post-colonial India, feudal Japan, Maoist China, through to the world of Merkel and May, Bush and Obama. The result is a surprising and fascinating expedition into global intellectual history, ending with a strong political statement about the present"--
Baker Berry JZ1312 .A64 2017

Spy schools : how the CIA, FBI, and foreign intelligence secretly exploit America's universities
Golden, Daniel, 1957- author
New York, New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2017
Introduction : The FBI goes to college -- Part 1. Foreign espionage at American universities. Cloak of invisibility -- The Chinese are coming -- Spy without a country -- Foreign exchange -- Shanghaied -- Part 2. Covert U.S. operations in higher education. An imperfect spy -- The CIA's favorite university president -- Bumps and cutouts -- Hidden in the ivy -- "I am keeping you out of jail" -- No-spy zone.

"Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Daniel Golden exposes how academia has become a major target of foreign and domestic espionage--and why that is troubling news for our nation's security and democratic values. Grounded in extensive research and reporting, Spy Schools reveals that globalization--the influx of foreign students and professors and the outflow of Americans for study, teaching, and conferences abroad--has transformed U.S. higher education into a front line for international spying. In labs, classrooms, and auditoriums, intelligence services from countries like China, Russia, and Cuba seek insights into U.S. policy, recruits for clandestine operations, and access to sensitive military and civilian research. The FBI and CIA reciprocate, tapping international students and faculty as informants. Universities ignore or even condone this interference, despite the tension between their professed global values and the nationalistic culture of espionage. Taking advantage of patriotic fervor and fear in the wake of 9/11, the CIA and other security agencies have infiltrated almost every aspect of academic culture and enlist professors, graduate students, and even undergraduates to moonlight as spies. Golden uncovers shocking campus activity--from the CIA placing agents undercover in Harvard Kennedy School classes and staging academic conferences to persuade Iranian nuclear scientists to defect, to a Chinese graduate student at Duke University stealing research for an invisibility cloak, and a tiny liberal arts college in Marietta, Ohio, exchanging faculty with China's most notorious spy school--to show how relentlessly and ruthlessly both U.S. and foreign intelligence services are penetrating the ivory tower. Golden, the acclaimed author of The Price of Admission, unmasks this secret culture of espionage and its consequences at home and abroad."--Jacket.
Baker Berry JK468.I6 G625 2017

Practices of diplomacy in the early modern world c.1410-1800
edited by Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hennings
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World offers a new contribution to the ongoing reassessment of early modern international relations and diplomatic history. Divided into three parts, it provides an examination of diplomatic culture from the Renaissance into the eighteenth century and presents the development of diplomatic practices as more complex, multifarious and globally interconnected than the traditional state-focussed, national paradigm allows. The volume addresses three central and intertwined themes within early modern diplomacy: who and what could claim diplomatic agency and in what circumstances; the social and cultural contexts in which diplomacy was practised; and the role of material culture in diplomatic exchange. Together the chapters provide a broad geographical and chronological presentation of the development of diplomatic practices and, through a strong focus on the processes and significance of cultural exchanges between polities, demonstrate how it was possible for diplomats to negotiate the cultural codes of the courts to which they were sent. This exciting collection brings together new and established scholars of diplomacy from different academic traditions. It will be essential reading for all students of diplomatic history. --
Baker Berry JZ1329.5 .P73 2017

Votes for women! : American suffragists and the battle for the ballot
Conkling, Winifred, author
Chapel Hill, North Carolina : Algonquin Young Readers, [2018]
"Oh, my daughter, I wish you were a boy!": before Seneca Falls -- "All men and women are created equal": Seneca Falls Convention, 1848 -- "The right is ours": creating a national suffrage movement -- "In thought and sympathy we were one": a feminist friendship -- "You must be true alike to the women and the Negroes": division in the suffrage movement -- "Madam, you are not a citizen": Victoria Woodhull speaks to Congress -- "I have been & gone & done it!!": Susan B. Anthony votes for president -- "We ask justice, we ask equality": forward step by step -- "Failure is impossible!": the next generation -- "Votes for women": the second wave of suffragists -- "How long must women wait for liberty?": parades and protests -- "Power belongs to good": the silent sentinels -- "This ordeal was the most terrible torture": hungering for justice -- "Don't forget to be a good boy": the battle for ratification -- In her own words : key primary sources.

Relates the story of the 19th Amendment and the nearly eighty-year fight for voting rights for women, covering not only the suffragists' achievements and politics, but also the private journeys that led them to become women's champions.
Baker Berry JK1898 .C66 2018

The return of Marco Polo's world : war, strategy, and American interests in the twenty-first century
Kaplan, Robert D., 1952- author
New York : Random House, [2018]
"A bracing assessment of U.S. foreign policy and world disorder over the past two decades, anchored by a major new Pentagon-commissioned essay about changing power dynamics among China, Eurasia, and America--from the renowned geopolitical analyst and bestselling author of The Revenge of Geography and The Coming Anarchy. In the late thirteenth century, Marco Polo began a decades-long trek from Venice to China. The strength of that Silk Road--the trade route between Europe and Asia--was a foundation of Kublai Khan's sprawling empire. Now, in the early twenty-first century, the Chinese regime has proposed a land-and-maritime Silk Road that duplicates exactly the route Marco Polo traveled. In the major lead essay, recently released by the Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment, Robert D. Kaplan lays out a blueprint of the world's changing power politics that recalls the late thirteenth century. As Europe fractures from changes in culture and migration, Eurasia coheres into a single conflict system. China is constructing a land bridge to Europe. Iran and India are trying to link the oil fields of Central Asia to the Indian Ocean. America's ability to influence the power balance in Eurasia is declining. This is Kaplan's first collection of essays since his classic The Coming Anarchy was published in 2000. Drawing on decades of firsthand experience as a foreign correspondent and military embed for The Atlantic, as well as encounters with preeminent realist thinkers, Kaplan outlines the timeless principles that should shape America's role in a turbulent world: a respect for the limits of Western-style democracy; a delineation between American interests and American values; an awareness of the psychological toll of warfare; a projection of power via a strong navy; and more. From Kaplan's immediate thoughts on President Trump ("On Foreign Policy, Donald Trump Is No Realist," 2016) to a frank examination of what will happen in the event of war with North Korea ("When North Korea Falls," 2006), The Return of Marco Polo's World is a vigorous and honest reckoning with the difficult choices the United States will face in the years ahead."--
Baker Berry JZ1480 .K39 2018

The ghosts of Langley : into the CIA's heart of darkness
Prados, John, author
New York : The New Press, 2017
Prologue: Ghosts in the machine -- The house that Allen built -- Zealots and schemers -- Stars and meteors -- Crisis -- The consiglieri -- The sheriffs -- The headless horseman -- A failed exorcist -- Jacob Marley's ghosts -- The Flying Dutchman.

"The Ghosts of Langley is a provocative and panoramic new history of the Central Intelligence Agency that relates the agency's current predicament to its founding and earlier years, telling the story of the agency through the eyes of key figures in CIA history, including some of its most troubling covert actions around the world. It reveals how the agency, over seven decades, has resisted government accountability, going rogue in a series of highly questionable ventures that reach their apotheosis with the secret overseas prisons and torture programs of the war on terror." -- from publisher's web site.
Baker Berry JK468.I6 P697 2017

The infernal library : on dictators, the books they wrote, and other catastrophes of literacy
Kalder, Daniel, 1974- author
New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2018
Introduction: Tradition and the individual tyrant -- Phase I: The dictator's canon -- Lenin -- Stalin -- Mussolini -- Hitler -- Mao -- Phase II: Tyranny and mutation -- Small demons -- Catholic action -- Disembraining machines -- Eastern approaches -- Dead letters -- Another green world -- Phase III: Dissolution and madness -- Midnight in the garden of ultraboredom -- North Korea: the metafictions of Kim Jong-il -- Cuba: Castro's maximum verbiage -- Iraq: the historical romances of Saddam Hussein -- Post-Soviet: Comrade Zoroaster -- Turkmenistan: post-everything -- Phase IV: Death is not the end -- Conclusion.

"A harrowing tour of 'dictator literature' in the twentieth-century, featuring the soul-killing prose and poetry of Hitler, Mao, and many more, which shows how books have sometimes shaped the world for the worse."--Jacket.
Baker Berry JC495 .K29 2018

European regions and boundaries : a conceptual history
edited by Diana Mishkova and Balázs Trencsényi
New York : Berghahn, 2017
Introduction / Diana Mishkova and Balázs Trencsényi -- Chapter 1. Western Europe / Stefan Berger -- Chapter 2. Scandinavia / Norden / Maria Jalava and Bo Stråth -- Chapter 3. The Baltic / Pärtel Pïrimäe -- Chapter 4. The Mediterranean / Vaso Seirinidou -- Chapter 5. Southern Europe / Guido Franzinetti -- Chapter 6. Iberia / Xosé M. Núñez Seixas -- Chapter 7. Balkans / Southeastern Europe / Diana Mishkova -- Chapter 8. Central Europe / Balázs Trencsényi -- Chapter 9. Eastern Europe / Frithjof Benjamin Schenk -- Chapter 10. Eurasia / Mark Bassin -- Chapter 11. European history / Stefan Toebst -- Chapter 12. Political geography and geopolitics / Virginie Mamadouh and Martin Müller -- Chapter 13. Economics / Georgy Ganev -- Chapter 14. Historical demography / Attila Melegh -- Chapter 15. Linguistics / Uwe Hinrichs -- Chapter 16. Literary history / Alex Drace-Francis -- Chapter 17. Art history / Eric Storm.
Baker Berry JC323 .E98 2017

Constitutional politics and the territorial question in Canada and the United Kingdom : federalism and devolution compared
Michael Keating, Guy Laforest, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
This book compares the constitutional politics in Canada and the United Kingdom - two complex, multilevel, plurinational states. While the former is federal and the latter a devolved state, the logic of both systems is similar: to combine unity with diversity. Both are facing similar challenges in a world marked by spatial rescaling, international interdependence and economic and social change. The contributors chart these challenges and the responses of the two countries, covering the meanings of federalism and devolution; the role of the courts; fiscal equalization; welfare; party politics; reform by popular referendum and citizen assemblies; and intergovernmental relations. The book will be of interest to students of federalism and multilevel government, state transformation territorial politics on both sides of the Atlantic.--
Baker Berry JC311 .C66 2018

Reclaiming representation : contemporary advances in the theory of political representation
edited by Mónica Brito Vieira
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Performative imaginaries : Pitkin versus Hobbes on political representation / Mónica Brito Vieira -- What is representation? : on being and becoming a representative / Andrew Rehfeld -- Performative representation / Michael Saward -- The two cultures of democratic theory : responsiveness, democratic quality, and the empirical-normative divide / Andrew Sabl -- Toward a mobilization conception of democratic representation / Lisa Disch -- Representative democracy is classless / Sofia Nässtrom -- The democratic tenor of representation / Nadia Urbinati -- Representing affected interests / Laura Montanaro.

Representation is integral to the functioning and legitimacy of modern government. Yet political theorists have often been reluctant to engage directly with questions of representation, and empirical political scientists have closed down such questions by making representation synonymous with congruence. Conceptually unproblematic and normatively inert for some, representation has been deemed impossible to pin down analytically and to defend normatively by others. But this is changing. Political theorists are now turning to political representation as a subject worthy of theoretical investigation in its own right. In their effort to rework the theory of political representation, they are also hoping to impact how representation is assessed and studied empirically. This volume gathers together chapters by key contributors to what amounts to a "representative turn" in political theory. Their approaches and emphases are diverse, but taken together they represent a compelling and original attempt at re-conceptualizing political representation and critically assessing the main theoretical and political implications following from this, namely for how we conceive and assess representative democracy. Each contributor is invited to look back and ahead on the transformations to democratic self-government introduced by the theory and practice of political representation. Representation and democracy: outright conflict, uneasy cohabitation, or reciprocal constitutiveness? For those who think democracy would be better without representation, this volume is a must-read: it will question their assumptions, while also exploring some of the reasons for their discomfort. --
Baker Berry JF1051 .R426 2017

Peacebuilding and spatial transformation : peace, space and place
Björkdahl, Annika, author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Introduction : space, place and agency : mapping peace across sites -- Space, place and agency -- Cyprus : contesting the island -- Kosovo : emplacing the state and peace(s) -- Bosnia-Herzegovina : the ethnic peace -- Northern Ireland : the maze of peace -- South Africa : perpetuating spatial apartheid? -- Conclusion : reading the politics of peace and conflict spatially.

This book investigates peacebuilding in post-conflict scenarios by analysing the link between peace, space and place. By focusing on the case studies of Cyprus, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Northern Ireland and South Africa, the book provides a spatial reading of agency in peacebuilding contexts. It conceptualises peacebuilding agency in post-conflict landscapes as situated between place (material locality) and space (the imaginary counterpart of place), analysing the ways in which peacebuilding agency can be read as a spatial practice. Investigating a number of post-conflict cases, this book outlines infrastructures of power and agency as they are manifested in spatial practice. It demonstrates how spatial agency can take the form of conflict and exclusion on the one hand, but also of transformation towards peace over time on the other hand. Against this background, the book argues that agency drives place-making and space-making processes. Therefore, transformative processes in post-conflict societies can be understood as materialising through the active use and transformation of space and place. This book will be of interest to students of peacebuilding, peace and conflict studies, human geography and IR in general.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .B56 2017

Political campaign communication : theory, method, and practice
edited by Robert E. Denton, Jr
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., [2017]
Introduction : political campaign communication : theory, method and practice and the emergence of a discipline of study / Robert E. Denton, Jr. -- The functional theory of political campaign discourse / William L. Benoit -- "What a snob" : the reconciliation of higher education and neoliberalism in the 2012 Republican presidential primary / Luke Winslow and Carly de Anda -- What is happening there? : Norwegian newspaper coverage of the 2016 U.S. presidential election / Michael Nitz -- Intensity of face threats in the 2008, 2012 and 2016 US presidential debates / William O. Dailey, Shelly S. Hinck, Robert S. Hinck, and Edward A. Hinck -- Too early to be funny? : an analysis of late night comedy during the 2016 U.S. presidential primaries / Michael Nitz, Allison Koehn, and Hayley McCarron -- Presidential debate and conflict bias / Joan L. Conners -- Main stream press framing of the RNC and DNC 2016 presidential nomination acceptance speeches : terministic screens and the discovery of the worldview of the press / Jim A. Kuypers -- Making a case for textual criticism : Hillary studies and the state of political campaign scholarship / Melody Lehn -- Barack Obama's response to the "angry black man" race card : a critical analysis of "a more perfect union" / Ronald E. Lee and Aysel Morin -- Kenney and identification in Houston / J. David Trebing -- Political election TV spots / William L. Benoit -- Campaign politics of sight and sound : populist rhetoric in a media maelstrom / John S. Nelson and Anna Lorien Nelson -- The refutational power of ad personam and tu quoque attacks in advancing Trump's "change" counter-narrative during the 2016 general election presidential debates / Kathryn M. Olson -- Acting "presidential" : the modern campaign meets the ubiquitous presidency / Joshua M. Scacco and Kevin M. Coe -- Orchestrating "the show" : the 2016 political party conventions in historical context / Theodore F. Sheckels -- National conventions : evolving functions and forms / Tammy R. Vigil -- Tweeting our differences : comparing candidate communication in mixed-gender and same-gender elections / Lindsey M. Meeks.
Baker Berry JA85.2.U6 P63 2017

Unexceptional politics : on obstruction, impasse, and the impolitic
Apter, Emily S., 1954- author
London ; Verso, 2018
"One way to grasp the nature of politics is to understand the key terms in which it is discussed. Unexceptional Politics develops a political vocabulary drawn from a wide range of media (political fiction, art, film, and TV), highlighting the scams, imbroglios, information trafficking, brinkmanship, and parliamentary procedures that obstruct and block progressive politics. The book reviews and renews modes of thinking about micropolitics that counter notions of the "state of exception" embedded in theories of the "political" from Thomas Hobbes to Carl Schmitt. Emily Apter develops a critical model of politics behind the scenes, a politics that operates outside the norms of classical political theory. She focuses on micropolitics, defined as small events, happening in series, that often pass unnoticed yet disturb and interfere with the institutional structures of capitalist parliamentary systems, even as they secure their reproduction and longevity. Apter's experimental glossary is arranged under headings that look at the apparently incidental, immaterial, and increasingly virtual practices of politicking: "obstruction," "obstinacy," "psychopolitics," "managed life," "serial politics." Such terms frame an argument for taking stock of the realization that we really do not know what politics is, where it begins and ends, or how its micro-events should be described." --
Baker Berry JA85 .A73 2018

Our damaged democracy : we the people must act
Califano, Joseph A., Jr., 1931- author
New York : Touchstone, 2018
Part I: POTUS the powerful. Enhancing POTUS power ; POTUS the commander-in-chief ; POTUS the legislator ; The four pillars of POTUS power -- Part II: The crippled Congress. The grip of the gerrymander ; Pay-to-play Congress ; Congressional chaos ; Cutting off its nose to spite its face ; Where war is not war -- Part III: The politicized Court. Political labor pains ; Political party polarization -- Part IV: The subject states and cities. Money makes the rules ; The game changers ; Presidential preemption and prerogatives -- Part V: Money: the root of political evil. Day of political infamy ; The money game ; Money opens doors and ears ; States, judges and think tanks in the political money mix -- Part VI: American fault lines. The media fault line ; Racial and cultural political party fault lines ; The partisanship fault line ; Income and education inequality fault lines ; Single-issue fault lines ; The military/civilian fault line ; Part VII: We the people. We the people must act -- Appendix A: Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee: dues and money raised -- Appendix B: The Electoral College.

This authoritative and passionate primer on the three branches of government reveals the changes--political, cultural, constitutional, technological, institutional--that render our government completely dysfunctional, and the urgent need to fix our democracy before it's too late. If you've been watching the news and worrying that our democracy no longer works, this book will help you understand why you're right. There is colossal concentration of power in the Presidency. Congress is crippled by partisanship and dependence on special interest money. The Supreme Court and many lower federal courts are riven by politics. Add politically fractured and fragile media, feckless campaign finance laws, rampant income and education inequality, and multicultural divisions, and it's no wonder our leaders can't agree on anything or muster a solid majority of Americans behind them. With decades as a leader in government, law, and business, Joseph A. Califano, Jr. has the maturity to be party-neutral in his evaluation and the perspective to see the big picture of our democracy. Using anecdotes and examples featuring every modern president and actions of both parties, Califano makes the urgent case that we do not need to agree, but we do need to trust each other and be worthy of that trust, in order to bring back systems of government that protect freedom and promote fairness. The longer we wait to fix these problems, the more dangerous our situation will become. Our Damaged Democracy is the rallying cry we need to get our country back on track.
Baker Berry JK1726 .C355 2018

Cosmopolitanism in conflict : imperial encounters from the Seven Years' War to the Cold War
Dina Gusejnova, editor
London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction / Dina Gusejnova -- Transnational and cosmopolitan aspects of eighteenth-century European wars / Stephen Conway -- Kant's subaltern period : the birth of cosmopolitanism from the spirit of occupation / Alexander Etkind -- After the Napoleonic Wars : reading Perpetual peace in the Russian Empire / Maria Mayofis -- Modern Muslim cosmopolitanism between the logics of race and empire / Cemil Aydin -- Cosmopolitanism and internationalism in modern British political thought : continuities and discontinuities / Georgios Varouxakis -- The BBC's corporate cosmopolitanism : the diasporic voice between empire and Cold War / Marie Gillespie and Eva Nieto McAvoy -- Brest-Litovsk as a site of political disorientation / Dina Gusejnova -- The languages of Caucasian cosmopolitanism : twentieth-century Baku at the crossroads / Zaur Gasimov -- From Kantian cosmopolitanism to Stalinist kosmopolitizm : the making of Kaliningrad / Olga Sezneva.
Baker Berry JZ1308 .C677 2018

Peace issues in the 21st century global context
edited by Shreesh Juyal and John Duncan ; associate editorial committee, Rose Dyson, Noemi Gal-Or, Satish Sharma
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017
Baker Berry JZ5534 .P43 2017

Not enough : human rights in an unequal world
Moyn, Samuel, author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2018
Jacobin legacy: the origins of social justice -- National welfare and the universal declaration -- FDR's second bill -- Globalizing welfare after empire -- Basic needs and human rights -- Global ethics from equality to subsistence -- Human rights in the neoliberal maelstrom.

The age of human rights has been kindest to the rich. As state violations of political rights garnered attention, a commitment to material equality disappeared and market fundamentalism emerged as the dominant economic force. Samuel Moyn asks why we chose not to challenge wealth and neglected the demands of a broader social and economic justice.--
Baker Berry JC571 .M8635 2018

Gender and citizenship in historical and transnational perspective : agency, space, borders
edited by Anne R. Epstein and Rachel G. Fuchs
London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
Introduction / Anne R. Epstein and Rachel G. Fuchs -- Citizenship, the French revolution, and the limits of martial masculinity / Jennifer Ngaire Heuer -- Family despotism and the rights of the person [lichnost']: the politics of the personal in late imperial Russia / Barbara A. Engel -- Gender and the politics of morality in Japan: a comparison of the suffrage movement in the interwar era with feminist electoral politics of the 1970s / Barbara Molony -- Patriarchy and women's resistance in Morocco on the eve of colonialism / Chouki El Hamel -- Charisma in the modern age: the case of Argentina and Latin America, 1946-2015 / Donna J. Guy -- Liminal and legible: gendered citizenship and state-formative practices in the 1950s / Anupama Roy -- The economics of citizenship: gender regimes and property rights in Romania in the 20th Century / Maria Bucur -- Cold war gendered imaginaries of citizenship and transnational women's activism: the case of the movie Die Windrose (1957) / Chiara Bonfiglioli -- Women citizens of the French Union unite! Jane Vialle's post-war crusade / Lorelle Semley -- The right to family: Chinese marriage immigrants, Chinese children, and graduated citizenship in Taiwan / Sara L. Friedman -- Conceptualizing citizenship / Anne R. Epstein and Rachel G. Fuchs.

With gender as its central focus, this book offers a transnational, multi-faceted understanding of citizenship as legislated, imagined, and exercised since the late eighteenth century. Framed around three crosscutting themes - agency, space and borders - leading scholars demonstrate what historians can bring to the study of citizenship and its evolving relationship with the theory and practice of democracy, and how we can make the concept of citizenship operational for studying past societies and cultures. The essays examine the past interactions of women and men with public authorities, their participation in civic life within various kinds of polities and the meanings they attached to their actions. In analyzing the way gender operated both to promote and to inhibit civic consciousness, action, and practice, this book advances our knowledge about the history of citizenship and the evolution of the modern state.
Baker Berry JF801 .G428 2017

The language of persuasion in politics : an introduction
Partington, Alan, author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JA85 .P375 2018

The origins of dominant parties : building authoritarian institutions in post-soviet Russia
Reuter, Ora John, author
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction -- A theory of dominant party formation -- False starts: the failure of pro-Presidential parties under Yeltsin -- The emergence of a dominant party in Russia -- United Russia as the dominant party -- United Russia and Russia's Governors -- Economic elites and dominant party affiliation -- Dominant party emergence around the world -- Conclusion.

"In many autocracies, regime leaders share power with a ruling party, which can help generate popular support and reduce conflict among key elites. Such ruling parties are often called dominant parties. In other regimes, leaders prefer to rule solely through some combination of charisma, patronage, and coercion, rather than sharing power with a dominant party. This book explains why dominant parties emerge in some nondemocratic regimes, but not in others. It offers a novel theory of dominant party emergence that centers on the balance of power between rulers and other elites. Drawing on extensive fieldwork in Russia, original data on Russian political elites, and cross-national statistical analysis, the book's findings shed new light on how modern autocracies work and why they break down. The book also provides new insights about the foundations of Vladimir Putin's regime and challenges several myths about the personalization of power under Putin"--
Baker Berry JN6699.A795 R48 2017

International relations theory : a new introduction
Jørgensen, Knud Erik, author
London : Macmillan education, Palgrave, 2018
"This is a major new edition of a ... textbook on International Relations theory which combines deep analysis into the diversity of thought within the major scholarly traditions and the guidance for students on doing their own theorising. Knud Erik Jorgensen analyses the nuances of the main contending theories and approaches, their philosophical underpinnings, and explains their use and relevance to different research agendas. This is all placed within the context of cross-cutting coverage of key current issues and debates; of the philosophical foundations of IR theory; and of why different theories are addressed to different research agendas. All chapters have been fully revised and updated, and a new chapter on the Human-Nature tradition has been included to reflect the changes within the field."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JZ1305 .J68 2018

The Routledge handbook of Asian security studies
edited by Sumit Ganguly, Andrew Scobell and Joseph Chinyong Liow
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JZ6009.A75 R68 2018

The European neutrals and NATO : non-alignment, partnership, membership?
Andrew Cottey, editor
London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
"This book provides the first detailed comparative analysis of the unusual partnership between the main European neutral states and NATO. Neutrality and alliance membership are fundamentally incompatible, but through the vehicle of NATO's post-Cold War partnerships the European neutral states and NATO have found a way to bridge this gap and cooperate with one another. Based on case studies of Austria, Finland, Ireland, Sweden and Switzerland written by leading experts, this book explores the detail of each country's relationship with NATO, the factors shaping those relationships and whether any of these states are likely to abandon neutrality and join NATO. The book also contributes to broader work on foreign policy by exploring different explanations of the European neutral states' foreign and security policy choices. This book will be of interest to scholars of the European neutral states, NATO and European security, as well as to those interested in understanding the dynamics behind states foreign policy choices"--
Baker Berry JZ6422.5.E85 E97 2018

The Routledge handbook of libertarianism
edited by Jason Brennan, Bas van der Vossen, and David Schmidtz
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JC585 .R695 2018

Routledge handbook of democratization in East Asia
edited by Tun-jen Cheng and Yun-han Chu
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
This handbook provides a comprehensive analysis of the dynamics and prospects of democratization in East Asia. A team of leading experts in the field offers discussion at both the country and regional level, including analysis of democratic attitudes and movements in China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. --
Baker Berry JQ1499.A91 R68 2018

The Routledge handbook of East European politics
edited by Adam Fagan and Petr Kopecký
London ; Routledge, 2018
Democracy and democratization in post-communist Europe / Andrew Roberts -- Belated transitions in the Balkans and the post-Yugoslav republics / Florian Bieber -- Explaining Ukraine / Andrew Wilson -- Eastern Europe's semi-presidential regimes / Thomas Sedelius and Jenny Åborg -- Core executives in Central Europe / Martin Brusis -- Institutionalizing parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe / Josephine T. Andrews -- Political parties / Allan Sikk -- The rule of law / Martin Mendelski -- Bureaucracies in Central and Eastern Europe and the western Balkans / Jan Hinrik Meyer-Sahling -- Federalism in Eastern Europe during and after communism / James Hughes -- Elections and electoral participation / Sarah Birch -- Voters and parties in Eastern Europe / Zsolt Enyedi & Kevin Deegan Krause -- Social movements after communism / Ondrej Císar -- The study of protest politics in Eastern Europe in the search of theory / Grzegorz Ekiert and Jan Kubik -- Understanding ethnic minorities in Eastern Europe / Sherrill Stroschein -- The plight of Eastern Europe's Romas / Peter Vermeersch -- The representation of women / Frank C. Thames -- The struggle for LGBT rights / Conor O'Dwyer -- Politics at the fringes? : Eastern Europe's populists, racists and extremists / Cas Mudde -- Varieties of capitalism in Eastern Europe / Dorothee Bohle -- East European exceptionalism : foreign domination in finance / Rachel A. Epstein -- Dealing with the past : post-communist transitional justice / Vello Pettai and Eva-Clarita Pettai -- "The West, the East and the rest" : foreign policy orientations of Central Eastern European countries / Elsa Tulmets -- Combatting corruption / Tatiana Kostadinova and Maria Spirova -- Enlargement and europeanization in Central and Eastern Europe : accession and beyond / Antoaneta Dimitrova -- NATO enlargement and the post-communist states / Mark Webber -- Russia in the region / Richard Sakwa.
Baker Berry JN96.A58 R68 2018

Beyond the messy truth : how we came apart, how we come together
Jones, Van, 1968- author
New York : Ballantine Books, [2017]
Introduction -- America Betrayed-By Both Parties -- An Open Letter to Liberals -- An Open Letter to Conservatives -- Whitelash: Myths and Facts -- Prince, Newt, and the Way Forward: Portraits in Strange Bedfellows -- The Beautiful Work: Four Solutions -- Conclusion: Reclaiming Our Founding Dream -- Appendix I: Bridge-Building Resources -- Appendix II: Be Informed, Get Involved.

"A passionate manifesto that exposes hypocrisy on both sides of the political divide and points a way out of the tribalism that is tearing America apart--by the CNN political contributor and host hailed as "a star of the 2016 campaign" (The New York Times) who coined the term"whitelash" Van Jones burst into the American consciousness during the 2016 presidential campaign with an unscripted, truth-telling style and an already established history of bridge-building across party lines. His election night commentary became a viral sensation. A longtime progressive activist with deep roots in the conservative South, Jones has made it his mission to challenge voters and viewers to stand in one another's shoes and disagree constructively. Now, in Beyond the Messy Truth, Jones offers a blueprint for transforming our collective anxiety into meaningful change. Tough on Donald Trump but showing respect and empathy for his supporters, Jones takes aim at the failures of both parties before and after Trump's victory. He urges both sides to abandon the politics of accusation and focus on real solutions. Calling us to a deeper patriotism, he shows us how to get down to the vital business of solving, together, some of our toughest problems. "The entire national conversation today can be reduced to a simple statement--'I'm right, and you're wrong, '" Jones has said. But the truth is messier; both sides have flaws. Both parties have strayed from their highest principles and let down their core constituencies. Rejecting today's political tribalism, Jones issues a stirring call for a new "bipartisanship from below." Recognizing that tough challenges require the best wisdom from both liberals and conservatives, he points us toward practical answers to problems that affect us all regardless of region or ideology: rural and inner-city poverty, unemployment, addiction, unfair incarceration, and the devastating effects of the pollution-based economy on both coal country and our urban centers. In explaining how he arrived at his views, Jones shares behind-the-scenes memories from his decades spent marching and protesting on behalf of working people, inspiring stories of ordinary citizens who became champions of their communities, and little-known examples of cooperation that have risen from the fog of partisan conflict. In his quest for positive solutions, Van Jones encourages us to set fire to our old ways of thinking about politics and come together where the pain is greatest. Advance praise for Beyond the Messy Truth "Part manifesto, part manual for activism, [Beyond the Messy Truth] is enlivened by case histories and personal anecdotes that serve as support for the author's assertions. The author proposes common projects that may bring opposing sides together. [and] offers concrete suggestions to revive democracy, heal culture wars, and prevent a Trump victory in 2020"--Kirkus Reviews "Van Jones is a light in the darkness when we need it most. Beyond the Messy Truth breaks with the tribalism of today's politics and offers us a way forward. In the tradition of the great bridge builders of our past, Van's love for this country and all its people shines through."--Cory Booker, U.S. senator, New Jersey Includes an invaluable resource of contacts, books, media, and organizations for bipartisan bridge-building and problem solving"--
Baker Berry JK275 .J66 2017

The roots and consequences of independence wars : conflicts that changed world history
Tucker, Spencer, 1937- author
Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, [2018]
Chronological entry list -- Alphabetical entry list -- Preface -- Introduction -- Entries.
Baker Berry JC328.3 .T83 2018

Gendering human security in Afghanistan : in a time of western intervention
Walter, Ben, author
London ; Routledge, 2017
Introduction -- Gendering human security -- Community, tradition and gender in Afghanistan -- Modernisation, and fragmentation in Afghanistan -- Nangarhar province -- Bamyan province -- Kabul province -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JC599.A3 W35 2017

Against political compromise : sustaining democratic debate
Ruser, Alexander, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2017
The problem of inequality -- The problem of plurality -- The problem of uncertainty.
Baker Berry JF1525.P6 R87 2017

Social death : racialized rightlessness and the criminalization of the unprotected
Cacho, Lisa Marie
New York : New York University Press, ©2012
Introduction: The violence of value -- White entitlement and other people's crimes -- Beyond ethical obligation -- Grafting terror onto illegality -- Immigrant rights versus civil rights -- Conclusion: Racialized hauntings of the devalued dead.
Baker Berry JV6456 .C33 2012

Electoral integrity and political regimes : actors, strategies and consequences
edited by Holly Ann Garnett and Margarita Zavadskaya
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction / Margarita Zavadskaya and Holly Ann Garnett -- Do methods of fraud and electoral malpractice evolve? : innovation and learning mechanisms in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan / Samuele Dominioni -- Electoral governance in Latin America and the behaviour of oppositions / Gabriela Tarouco -- Election quality, democratization and organized crime / Sofia Jonsson -- Electoral integrity and voter turnout in contemporary autocracies / Grigorii V. Golosov -- Electoral integrity and electoral violence / Sarah Birch and David Muchlinski -- When do elections subvert authoritarianism? : electoral malpractice and variety of post-electoral scenarios / Margarita Zavadskaya -- Conclusion / Margarita Zavadskaya and Holly Ann Garnett.
Baker Berry JF1001 .E394 2018

Performing political theory : pedagogy in modern political theory
Uhr, John, author
Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction : politics and pedagogy -- Reading Dewey -- Reading Shaftesbury -- Reading Machiavelli's The prince -- Reading J. S. Mill's On liberty -- Reading Nietzsche's On the genealogy of morals -- Conclusion : reading Collingwood.

This book examines the performative role of influential thinkers in the history of modern Western political thought. The case studies examine influential political philosophers who saw their writing role 'performatively', as an exercise in pedagogy designed to generate a new type of political following among their readers. Machiavelli, Mill and Nietzsche wrote classic works in political theory (The Prince, On Liberty, Genealogy of Morals) to reform and reshape their readers' ability to think and act politically. Thinkers become performative through what they write in their public performance; and contemporary academic teachers can use this to great pedagogical effect in helping students 'get the point' of political theorising. This book examines how a small sample of classic theoretical performers wrote their remarkable public works. John Uhr draws on neglected or forgotten lessons on performative writing from past masters of literary criticism like Lord Shaftesbury, R G Collingwood and John Dewey, all of whom can help those now teaching the history of modern political thought to enable students to learn the performance of politics acted out by modernising thinkers capable of writing in ways similar to Machiavelli, Mill and Nietzsche.
Baker Berry JA71 .U37 2018

Political power and tribalism in Kenya
Shilaho, Westen K., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction: ethnicity and politics in Kenya -- The Kenyan state and the ethnicity challenge -- Autocracy, big man politics, and international atrophy -- Motion without movement: Kenya's transition without transformation -- The state ruptures -- The International Criminal Court (ICC), impunity, and the elusive justice in Kenya -- Conclusion.

This book discusses Kenya's transition from authoritarianism to more democratic forms of politics and its impact on Kenya's multi-ethnic society. The author examines two significant questions: Why and how is ethnicity salient in Kenya's transition from one-party rule to multiparty politics? What is the relationship between ethnic conflict and political liberalization? The project explains the perennial issues of political disorganization through state violence and ethnicization of politics, and considers the significance of the concept of justice in Kenya.
Baker Berry JQ2947.A58 S55 2018

Resources and applied methods in international relations
Guillaume Devin, editor ; translated by William Snow
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1234 .M4713 2018

Grand strategies of weak states and great powers
Kassab, Hanna Samir, 1984- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JC11 .K3645 2018

The UN at war : peace operations in a new era
Karlsrud, John, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
UN peace operations in a changing world -- The evolving politics of UN peace operations -- New capabilities, tools, and technologies -- UN stabilization operations, violent extremism, and counter-terrorism -- Competition or burden-sharing? : UN and regional peace operations in Africa -- People-centered reform at the UN? : UN peace operations at a crossroads -- Serving the people.
Baker Berry JZ4971 .K37 2018

International relations in Poland : 25 years after the transition to democracy
Czaputowicz, Jacek, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Introduction -- International relations as a scholarly discipline -- Polish international relations in historical perspective -- International relations under communism -- International relations after 1989 -- Empirical analysis of texts -- Conclusion.

"This book is the most comprehensive and critical analysis to date of how the International Relations discipline was cultivated in Poland during the last 100 years. It adds valuable knowledge to the big picture of discipline and diversity in Europe and provides an excellent platform for disciplinary reform." Knud Erik Jørgensen, Professor of International Relations, University of Aarhus, Denmark "This book is important for both current and future generations of students of IR. The authors portray the development of the discipline in Poland, while drawing comparisons with other countries. The in-depth historical and empirical analysis contained here offers a significant contribution to the sociology of IR." Jan Zielonka, Professor of European Politics and Ralf Dahrendorf Fellow, St Antonys College, University of Oxford, UK This book critically examines the study of International Relations in Poland, looking at the pre-academic origins of the discipline, its development after WWII, under communism, and after the transformation of 1989. Apart from bringing a broad political and intellectual context, it offers a thorough quantitative and qualitative study of hundreds of books and scientific articles. The theoretical and methodological practices of Polish IR scholars are presented in a comparative perspective, looking for common patterns with other European countries. This book is an invaluable resource for scholars with an interest in sociology of IR, disciplinary history or scholarly metrics.
Baker Berry JZ1238.P7 C99 2017

Doing qualitative research in politics : integrating theory building and policy relevance
Angela Kachuyevski, Lisa M. Samuel, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JA86 .D65 2018

Public opinion on economic globalization : considering immigration, international trade, and foreign direct investment
White, Roger, 1967- author
[Cham, Switzerland] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
This book examines survey data to consider the extent to which public support for immigration, international trade, and foreign direct investment exists in a cohort of 38 heterogeneous countries. With economic globalization shaping daily life, understanding the determinants of public opinion is crucial for policy makers. This timely volume uses survey data from the Pew Research Center's 2006-2014 Global Attitudes Project (GAP) in conjunction with data from several secondary sources. White identifies the factors that underlie the reluctance of some members of the public, and some societies, to view these topics in a more positive light. Specifically, he considers the roles of culture, cultural differences ("cultural distance"), and relative social and economic development as determinants of public opinion and corresponding cross-societal differences of opinion. --
Baker Berry JZ1318 .W483 2017

Essential readings in comparative politics
edited by Patrick H. O'Neil, Ronald Rogowski
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]
Baker Berry JF51 .E77 2018

Regroup and reform : ideas for a more responsive and effective European Union
chair, Danuta Hübner, MEP ; members, Joaquín Almunia, John Bruton and 12 others ; rapporteurs, Steven Blockmans, Sophia Russack
Brussels : CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies), [2017]
Preface -- No more muddling through -- Border management -- Socio-Economic and monetary integration -- A citizens' union -- Recommendations at a glance -- Members of the CEPS Task Force -- Principles and guidelines for CEPS Task Forces.

"CEPS is an independent policy research institute based in Brussels. Its mission is to produce sound analytical research leading to constructive solutions to the challenges facing Europe today. This report is based on discussions in the CEPS Task Force on EU Reform."
Baker Berry JN30 .R4475 2017

Human rights in China : a social practice in the shadows of authoritarianism
Pils, Eva, author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
"How can we make sense of human rights in China's authoritarian system? In this insightful book, China law expert Eva Pils offers a nuanced account of this contentious area, examining human rights as a set of social practices involving a variety of actors, including officials of the system and civil society actors. Drawing on a wide range of resources including years of interaction with Chinese human rights defenders, Pils discusses sources of human rights violations, as well as institutional avenues of protection and social practices of human rights defence. Three central areas are given special attention: liberty and integrity of the person and the right not to be tortured; freedom of thought and expression; and inequality and socio-economic rights. Pils argues that the Party-State system is inherently opposed to human rights principles in all these areas. Yet, civil society actors have developed social practices of human rights advocacy whose political significance is not entirely dependent on the Party-State. Despite authoritarianism's lengthening shadows, China's human rights movement has so far proved resourceful and resilient, and the trajectories discussed in this book will continue to shape ongoing struggles"--
Baker Berry JC599.C6 P55 2018

Collusion : secret meetings, dirty money, and how Russia helped Donald Trump win
Harding, Luke, 1968- author
New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, [2017]
"December 2016. [the author] and former Moscow bureau chief, quietly meets former MI6 officer Christopher Steele in a London pub to discuss President-elect Donald Trump's Russia connections. A month later, Steele's now-famous dossier sparks what may be the biggest scandal of the modern era. The names of the Americans involved are well-known--Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, George Papadopoulos, Carter Page--but here [the author] also shines a light on powerful Russian figures like Aras Agalarov, Natalia Veselnitskaya, and Sergey Kislyak, whose motivations and instructions may have been coming from the highest echelons of the Kremlin. Drawing on new material and his expert understanding of Moscow and its players, [the author] takes the reader through every bizarre and disquieting detail of the 'Trump-Russia' story--an event so huge it involves international espionage, off-shore banks, sketchy real estate deals, the Miss Universe pageant, mobsters, money laundering, poisoned dissidents, computer hacking, and the most shocking election in American history."--
Baker Berry JK2281 .H367 2017

Storming the wall : climate change, migration, and homeland security
Miller, Todd, 1970- author
San Francisco, CA : City Lights Books, [2017]
On the front lines of climate and borders -- Sustainable national security: climate adaptation for the rich and powerful -- The 21st-century border -- Threat forecast: where climate change meets science fiction -- Phoenix dystopia: mass migration in the homeland -- The Philippines and the future battle at the frontlines of climate change and global pacification -- People's pilgrimage: toward a solution of cross-border solidarity -- Transition and transformation -- Epilogue.

"According to U.S. military planners, climate change now poses the #1 national security threat to the United States, even before terrorism. The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre reports that a person is four times more likely to be forced to move due to environmental disaster than by war, and in 2015 alone, 19.2 million people were displaced worldwide by environmental disasters. Droughts, fires, and floods are driving ever-larger numbers of people to cross national borders, and the problem is not just the vast numbers of people on the move, but also the legions of highly militarized border armies being deployed to stop them. In fast-paced prose, Todd Miller travels to hot spots in the United States and around the globe to investigate how environmental crisis is creating millions of climate refugees who are challenging the developed world's borders and resources. Miller explores how a sense of threat in the United States is giving rise to high-tech surveillance fortresses and fueling calls for an ever-expanding border wall. He also weaves in stories of people engaged in creative defiance of the armies, border patrols, and police being deployed to fight those in need. Miller passionately makes the case for ecological restoration, not border militarization, as the best way to achieve sustainability and security. Todd Miller's writings about the border have appeared in the New York Times, Tom Dispatch, and many other places. Praise for Storming the Wall "Nothing will test human institutions like climate change in this century-as this book makes crystal clear, people on the move from rising waters, spreading deserts, and endless storms could profoundly destabilize our civilizations unless we seize the chance to re-imagine our relationships to each other. This is no drill, but it is a test, and it will be graded pass-fail"--Bill McKibben, author Earth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet "As Todd Miller shows in this important and harrowing book, climate-driven migration is set to become one of the defining issues of our time." This is a must-read book."-Christian Parenti, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, author of Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence "Todd Miller reports from the cracks in the walls of the global climate security state-militarized zones designed to keep powerful elites safe from poor and uprooted peoples. Miller finds hope-hope that may not survive in Trumpworld."-Molly Molloy, Research librarian for Latin America and the border at New Mexico State University and creator of "Frontera List" "Miller delivers a prescient and sober view of our increasingly dystopian planet as the impacts of human-caused climate disruption continue to intensify."-Dahr Jamail, award-winning independent journalist, author of The End of Ice "Storming the Wall demonstrates why the struggles for social justice and ecological sustainability must be one struggle. Todd Miller's important book chronicles how existing disparities in wealth and power, combined with the dramatic changes we are causing in this planet's ecosystems, mean either we come together around our common humanity or forfeit the right to call ourselves fully human."-Robert Jensen, University of Texas at Austin, author of The End of Patriarchy, Plain Radical, and Arguing for Our Lives "Governments across the world today are planning for climate change. The problem, as Todd Miller ably shows, is that they're not planning mitigation, but militarization."-Roy Scranton, author of War Porn and Learning to Die in the Anthropocene "Here is the largely untold back story of the thousands of people turning up on our borders, and challenging the very idea of those frontiers in the process."-Mark Schapiro, author of The End of Stationarity: Searching for the New Normal in the Age of Carbon Shock"--
Baker Berry JV6225 .M577 2017

The enduring debate : classic and contemporary readings in American politics
edited by David T. Canon, John J. Coleman, Kenneth R. Mayer
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]
Political culture -- The founding and the Constitution -- Federalism -- The Constitutional framework and the individual: civil liberties and civil rights -- Congress: the first branch -- The presidency -- Bureaucracy -- The judiciary -- Public opinion and the media -- Elections and voting -- Political parties -- Groups and interests -- Government and the economy -- Government and society -- Foreign policy and world politics.
Baker Berry JK21 .E53 2018

Democratic Latin America
Arceneaux, Craig L., 1965- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JL966 .A74 2018

Evaluating progress in international relations : how do you know?
edited by Annette Freyberg-Inan, Ewan Harrison and Patrick James
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Baker Berry JZ1242 .E975 2017

The enigma of presidential power : parties, policies, and strategic uses of unilateral action
Chiou, Fang-Yi, 1973- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction -- Thinking about power: theoretical models -- Not all unilateral actions are created equal: measuring the significance of executive -- Orders -- The race for power: empirically examining competing models -- Bringing the parties in: legislative partisan influence and presidential power -- The subtleties of power: assessing the two presidencies -- Conclusions: solving the enigma of presidential power -- Appendix 1: statements of probability of unilateral action, propositions 1-4 and their proofs -- Appendix 2: an item response model incorporating rater attributes -- Appendix 3: formal presentation of framework with party roles in legislative stage: Proposition 1, and expected incentives of unilateral action -- Appendix 4: results with party roles in legislative state for alternative threshold levels.
Baker Berry JK516 .C38 2017

An unprecedented election : media, communication, and the electorate in the 2016 campaign
Benjamin R. Warner, Dianne G. Bystrom, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Mary C. Banwart, editors
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2018]
Introduction. Understanding the unprecedented 2016 campaign : two historical candidacies yield an unexpected result / Benjamin R. Warner and Dianne G. Bystrom -- Part one. Media coverage. Selective exposure and homophily during the 2016 presidential campaign / Natalie Jomini Stroud and Jessica R. Collier -- What mobilizes partisans? : exploring the underlying pathways between partisan media and political participation / Heesook Choi, Benjamin R. Warner, and Freddie J. Jennings -- Media event influence in the 2016 race : the debates, Trump groping tape, and the last-minute FBI announcement / Esther Thorson, Samuel M. Tham, Weiyue Chen, and Vamsi Kanuri -- The rhetoric of impossible expectations : media coverage of Hillary Clinton's 2016 general election campaign / Kristina Horn Sheeler -- Depends on who is asking : an endorsement experiment during the 2016 presidential election / Kalyca Becktel and Kaye D. Sweetser -- Attributions of incivility in presidential campaign news / Ashley Muddiman -- Fact-checking and the 2016 presidential election : news media's attempts to correct misleading information from the debates / Daniela V. Dimitrova and Kimberly Nelson -- "I'm about to be president; we're all going to die" : Baldwin, Trump, and the rhetorical power of comedic presidential impersonation / Will Howell and Trevor Parry-Giles -- Part two. Campaign communication. Processing the political : presidential primary debate "live-tweeting" as information processing / Josh C. Bramlett, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Benjamin R. Warner -- Donald Trump and the rejection of the norms of American politics and rhetoric / Robert C. Rowland -- "The greatest country on Earth" : the evolution of Michelle Obama's American dream / Ryan Neville-Shepard and Meredith Neville-Shepard -- Loss of faith : a realignment of religion on the campaign trail / Brian Kaylor -- Late night with Donald Trump : an exploration of the combined effects of political comedy and political advertising / Freddie J. Jennings, Calvin R. Coker, Josh C. Bramlett, Joel Lansing Reed, and Joshua P. Bolton -- Going on defense : the unprecedented use of defensive appeals in 2016 U.S. presidential debates / Corey B. Davis -- Gender and videostyle in 2016 : advertising in mixed-gender races for the U.S. house / Kelly L. Winfrey and James M. Schnoebelen -- From interactivity to incitement : ubiquitous communication and elite calls for participation / Joshua M. Scacco, Kevin Coe, and Delaney Harness -- Part three. Communication attitudes and behaviors of the electorate. Corn Belt controversy : intraparty divisions and political cynicism at the 2016 Iowa caucuses / Joel Lansing Reed, Sopheak Hoeun, Josh C. Bramlett, Molly Greenwood, and Grace Hase -- Exploring and explaining communication, knowledge, and well-being sex differences related to the 2016 U.S. presidential primary season / R. Lance Holbert, Esul Park, and Nicholas W. Robinson -- Gender and the vote in the 2016 presidential election / Kate Kenski -- #election#elección : Latino twitter users and reactions to presidential political gaffes / Samantha Hernandez -- Analyzing tweets about the 2016 U.S. presidential "blunder" election / Michael W. Kearney -- Understanding the authoritarian voter in the 2016 presidential election / Sumana Chattopadhyay -- Social dominance, sexism, and the lasting effects on political communication from the 2016 election / Mary C. Banwart and Michael W. Kearney.

"This book will analyze the political communication content and effects of the 2016 election to assess the extent to which political polarization, gender dynamics, racial and regional division, hostility toward outgroups, incivility, and trends in political media explain and are explained by the 2016 election"--
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .U67 2018

The unprecedented 2016 presidential election
Bitecofer, Rachel, author
[Cham, Switzerland] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 2.Pitchforks and Torches -- 3.The 2016 Presidential Nominations -- 4.Donald J. Trump: The Making of a Media Event -- 5.The Party Decides? -- 6.The 2016 Presidential Election -- 7.Everybody Sucks 2016 -- 8.A Tale of Two Campaigns -- 9.What (Really) Happened.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .B58 2018

The Abe doctrine : Japan's proactive pacifism and security strategy
Akimoto, Daisuke, 1980- author
Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ5584.J3 A35 2018

Pluralist democracy in international relations : L.T. Hobhouse, G.D.H. Cole, and David Mitrany
Holthaus, Leonie., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1242 .H65 2018

Corruption and norms : why informal rules matter
Ina Kubbe, Annika Engelbert, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan [2018]
"This book focuses on the role of norms in the description, explanation, prediction and combat of corruption. It conceives corruption as a ubiquitous problem, constructed by specific traditions, values, norms and institutions. The chapters concentrate on the relationship between corruption and social as well as legal norms, providing comparative perspectives from different academic disciplines, theoretical and methodological backgrounds, and various country-studies. Due to the nature of social norms that are embedded in personal, local, and organizational contexts, the contributions in the volume focus in particular on the individual and institutional level of analysis (micro and meso-mechanisms). The book will be of interest to students and scholars across the fields of political science, public administration, socio-legal studies and psychology."--Page four of cover.
Baker Berry JF1081 .C63 2018

Diaspora and media in Europe : migration, identity, and integration
Karim H. Karim, Ahmed Al-Rawi, editors
[Cham, Switzerland] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JV7590 .D54 2018

Nationalism, transnationalism, and political Islam : Hizbullah's institutional identity
Hage Ali, Mohanad, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JQ1828.A98 H62425 2018

Perspectives on political communication in Africa
Bruce Mutsvairo, Beschara Karam, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
"This edited collection is a cutting-edge volume that reframes political communication from an African perspective. Focusing on sub-Saharan Africa and occasionally drawing comparisons with other regions of the world, this book critically addresses the development of the field focusing on the current opportunities and challenges within the African context. By using a wide variety of case studies that include Mozambique, Zambia, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Ivory Coast and Nigeria, the collection gives space to previously understudied regions of sub-Saharan Africa and challenges the over-reliance of western scholarship on political communication on the continent"--back cover.
Baker Berry JA85.2.A35 P47 2018

Human rights policies in Chile : the unfinished struggle for truth and justice
Borzutzky, Silvia, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JC599.C5 B67 2017

Nationalisms in the European arena : trajectories of transnational party coordination
Gómez-Reino Cachafeiro, Margarita, 1966- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
This book explores how the multiplicity of nationalist parties across the European Union have embraced or refused the process of European integration and made it a platform for transnational coordination in the European arena. The author analyzes how opposing pro-European minority nationalist parties and Eurosceptic populist nationalist parties have diversely politicized European integration over the past three decades and engage in different patterns of Europeanization. Tracing their divergent trajectories of transnational coordination, the book examines the common challenges these opposing nationalist party families face and their systematic fragmentation in the European arena. The book offers a novel approach to understanding the conditions for the emergence of truly European nationalist party families, based on the interaction of ideological, strategic and institutional variables that underpin the Europeanization of heterogeneous nationalisms.0.
Baker Berry JN94.A979 G66 2018

Decolonisations compared : Central America, Southeast Asia, the Caucasus
Tarling, Nicholas, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JV61 .T37 2017

Opposing Europe in the European Parliament : rebels and radicals in the chamber
Brack, Nathalie, 1984- author
London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JN36 .B72 2018

Beyond gridlock
edited by Thomas Hale and David Held ; with Garrett Wallace Brown and 10 others
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2017
Introduction : pathways beyond gridlock / Thomas Hale and David Held -- Finance : risk and progress / Kevin Young -- Monetary policy : making fragmentation work / Camila Villard Duran -- Trade : gridlock and resilience / Andreas Klasen -- Investment : contestation and transformation / Taylor St John -- Energy : a fundamental transformation? / Ann Florini -- Humanitarianism : stagnation, fragmentation and possibilities / Kyle McNally and James Orbinski -- Human rights : leveraging compliance / Tom Pegram -- Health : new leadership for devastating challenges / Garrett Wallace Brown and David Held -- Climate change : from gridlock to catalyst / Thomas Hale -- Cyber security : gridlock and innovation / Lucas Kello -- Weapons of mass destruction : incremental steps / Michael Clarke -- Conclusion : breaking the cycle of gridlock / Thomas Hale and David Held.
Baker Berry JZ1318 .B483 2017

International migrations and local governance : a global perspective
Thomas Lacroix, Amandine Desille, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Migration Governance in Three European Cities : New Local Paradigms? / Myrte S. Hoekstra, Josef Kohlbacher, and Deniel Rauhut -- Immigrant rights as an exercise in urban branding : the case of Philadelphia (2008-2015) / Hilary Sanders -- Multilevel Governance and Migration : conflicts among Levels of Governance in the South Tyrol Case / Andrea Carlà and Roberta Medda-Windischer -- Local governance, civil society and migrants' support to local development: perspectives from Morocco / Lorena Gazzotti -- Decentralisation and territorialisation of migratory resources in Mali : toward which local and transnational governance? / Hawa Coulibaly and Stéphanie Lima -- Migrant Organizations and Local Government Cooperation for Development Programmes : A Comparative Analysis of Two Competing Local Authorities in Lyon, France / Claire Vincent-Mory -- UK Localism : Unprecedented opportunity for local migrant integration policies or "white elephant"? / Rachael Coker -- 'Every Tom, Dick, and Harry' : Understanding the changing role of the South African immigration industry / Thea De Gruchy -- The multilevel (mis)governance of Roma migration in the City of Naples / Kitti Baracsi -- The Limits of Local Citizenship Policies in Japan / Hideki Tarumoto -- Conclusion: Archipelagos and Estuaries: Mobility, Local Authorities and the Governance of Multiple Elsewheres / Loren B. Landau.

"This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the role of local governments around the world in the management of the migration, integration and development nexus. Drawing on case studies from the Global North and South, this comparative work fills a lacuna in the existing literature which has focused largely on migration as addressed by European and North American cities. Further, it widens the current debate by confronting northern experiences with attitudes and strategies observed in sending countries; clearly demonstrating that international mobility has become a global issue for cities at both ends of the migration spectrum. This innovative work will provide a valuable resource for students and scholars working in the social sciences, public policy and development; in addition to practitioners and policymakers"--
Baker Berry JV6271 .I643 2018

Gender and public participation in Afghanistan : aid, transparency and accountability
Najimi, Bashirullah, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JQ1769.A15 N35 2018

Multilateral approach in China's foreign policy
Zheng, Yushuo, 1949- author
Singapore ; World Scientific, [2018]
Intro; Contents; Preface; About the Author; Chapter 1 Multilateralism -- Theoretical Issues and China's Approach in Foreign Policy; Introduction; Multilateralism in the Asia-Pacific Region; China's Position on Multilateralism; China's Multilateral Approach in Asia-Pacific; The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO); China's Multilateral Approach to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States; BRICS: Working With Other Major Powers; China's New Multilateral Approach to Latin America; China's Multilateral Approach in Africa; China's Multilateral Subregional Approach
Baker Berry JZ1734 .Z44 2018

A history of Chinese political thought
Kim, Youngmin, author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
A Note on Conventions -- Dynasties and Periods -- Preface -- Introduction -- Enlightened Customary Community -- Political Society -- The State -- Aristocratic Society -- The Metaphysical Republic -- The Greater Integrated World -- Autocracy -- Civil Body or Body Politic? -- Empire -- Epilogue: China in Larger Contexts -- Notes -- Glossary -- References -- Index.

"China's rapid rise as a regional and global power is one of the most important political developments of the twenty-first century. Yet the West still largely overlooks or oversimplifies the complex ideas and ideals that have shaped China's national and international development from antiquity to the present day. In this beautifully written introductory text, Youngmin Kim offers a uniquely incisive survey of the major themes in Chinese political thought from customary community to empire, exploring their theoretical importance and the different historical contexts in which they arose. Challenging traditional assumptions about Chinese nationalism and Marxist history, Kim shows that 'China' is not a fixed, single identity, but rather a constantly moving target. His probing, interdisciplinary approach traces the long and nuanced history of Chinese thought as a true tradition anchored around certain key themes; many of which began in the early dynasties and still resonate in China today. Only by appreciating the rich history of political thought in China, he argues, can we begin to understand the intricacies and contradictions of Chinese politics, economy and society today"--
Baker Berry JA84.C6 K48 2018

Liquid nationalism and state partitions in Europe
Bianchini, S. author
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]
"This timely book offers an in-depth exploration of state partitions and the history of nationalism in Europe from the Enlightenment onwards. Stefano Bianchini compares traditional national democratic development to the growing transnational demands of representation with a focus on transnational mobility and empathy versus national localism against the EU project. In an era of multilevel identity, global economic and asylum seeker crises, nationalism is becoming more liquid which in turn strengthens the attractiveness of 'ethnic purity' and partitions, affects state stability, and influences the nature of democracy in Europe. The result may be exposure to the risk of new wars, rather than enhanced guarantees of peace." -- rear cover.
Baker Berry JC311 .B4756 2017

The Iran nuclear deal : bombs, bureaucrats, and billionaires
Jett, Dennis C., 1945- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction -- A bit of history -- Who was involved -- The tactics used -- The result and the future.

This book examines attempts to influence the outcome of the negotiations between Iran and the United States over Iran's nuclear capabilities. In particular, it focuses on struggles within the United States around public and congressional opinion with regard to the accord. Trying to prevent a successful outcome to the talks became a cottage industry in Washington, with the casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson being just one of those who were pouring millions of dollars into the effort. On the pro-diplomacy side, there were a wide range of religious, peace, and arms control groups with some financial support coming from the Ploughshares Fund trying to create the space for a negotiated agreement. The tactics of both sides of the debate are described and analyzed to show how a contentious foreign policy issues can become not just a decision for high-level government decision makers, but a wide-ranging fight that involves scoures of nongovernmental organizations, the media, and thousands of activists. -- from back cover.
Baker Berry JZ5675 .J48 2018

Why bother with elections?
Przeworski, Adam, author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
With the collapse of traditional parties around the world and with many pundits predicting a "crisis of democracy", the value of elections as a method for selecting by whom and how we are governed is being questioned. What are the virtues and weaknesses of elections? Are there limitations to what they can realistically achieve? In this deeply informed book world-renowned democratic theorist Adam Przeworski offers a warts-and-all analysis of elections and the ways in which they affect our lives. Elections, he argues, are inherently imperfect but they remain the least bad way of choosing our rulers. According to Przeworski, the greatest value of elections, by itself sufficient to cherish them, is that they process whatever conflicts may arise in society in a way that maintains relative liberty and peace. Whether they succeed in doing so in today's turbulent political climate remains to be seen.--
Baker Berry JF1001 .P78 2018

The European parliament
Ripoll Servent, Ariadna, author
London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
This broad-ranging text examines the political dynamic of the European Parliament (EP), showing how the EP is a key component of the political system of the EU. It looks at how, and how effectively, the parliament translates citizen demands into policies, and, in so doing, contributes to wider debates around democracy and legitimacy in the EU.
Baker Berry JN36 .R474 2018

The crisis of liberal democracy and the path ahead
Reiter, Bernd, 1968- author
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd., [2017]
Preparing the ground -- Beyond political representation -- Beyond capitalism -- Classic and medieval cases -- Anarchism -- Religious communities and intentional communities -- Native American and indigenous communities -- Contemporary Western cases -- Learning and comparing.

Political representation and democracy are at odds and we need new models to organize politics without relying so heavily on elected representatives. Similarly, capitalism undermines markets, as the rich and wealthy shield their assets and make them untenable for average earners. Elitism thus undermines both democracy and markets and we need to devise ways to limit the power of professional politicians, as well as the asset holdings of the rich so that the goods they hold can re-enter general markets. A broad array of institutions and laws have been enacted in different places and at different times to block economic elitism and protect democratic self-rule. This book presents a number of such cases, historical as well as contemporary, where solutions to the problem of political and economic elitism have successfully been practiced. It then compares these cases systematically, to determine the common factors and hence the necessary conditions for ensuring, and protecting self-rule and equal opportunity. This book encourages the idea that alternatives to representative, capitalist democracy are possible and can be put to practice. --
Baker Berry JC423 .R345 2017

The National States Rights Party : a history
Newton, Michael, 1951- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
"Founded in 1958 by members of America's first postwar domestic Nazi-inspired movement, the National States Rights Party developed both as a political protest movement and as a vehicle of violent resistance to the black civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Its acts of terrorism made international headlines and claimed multiple lives"--
Baker Berry JK2391.N396 N48 2017

No is not enough : resisting the new shock politics and winning the world we need
Klein, Naomi, author
[Toronto] : Alfred A. Knopf Canada, 2017
"Remember when it all seemed to be getting better? Before Trump happened? What went wrong, and what can we do about it? Naomi Klein - scourge of brand bullies, disaster capitalists and climate liars - shows us how we got to this surreal and dangerous place, how to stop it getting worse and how, if we keep our heads, we can seize the opportunity to make it better. She reveals how Trump is not a freakish aberration, but an extension of the most powerful trends of the last century: celebrity and CEO-worship, Vegas and Guantanamo, soft porn and hard power, fake news and vulture bankers, all rolled into one. His election was not a peaceful transit but a corporate takeover, by people who've knowingly harmed people, societies and our planet. Now their deliberate shock tactics are generating wave after wave of crises, designed to disorientate us and stop us fighting back. This book is the toolkit for shock resistance, giving all of us what we need (including tips such as 'how to jam the brand' and 'kill your inner.
Baker Berry JC328.3 .K55 2017

Congressional communication in the digital age
Evans, Jocelyn, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
The transformation of congressional communication : from legislative correspondence to multimedia marketing -- A historical overview of congressional communication -- "What hath god wrought?" : the development of House information technology and the implications of the digital age for congressional communication -- Website accessibility in the U.S. House of Representatives -- Website accessibility in the U.S. Senate -- Congressional use of content management systems -- Being heard and not seen : the congressional tele-town hall as the public meeting of the future -- Congressional websites, constituent communication, and representation : where do we go from here?
Baker Berry JA85.2.U6 E83 2018

The politics of immigration : questions and answers
Guskin, Jane, author
New York : Monthly Review Press, [2017]
1. Who are the immigrants? -- 2. Why do people immigrate? -- 3. Does the United States welcome refugees? -- 4. Why can't they just "get legal"? -- 5. Is it easy to be "illegal"? -- 6. Are immigrants hurting our economy? -- 7. Is immigration hurting our health, environment, or culture? -- 8. Are immigrants a threat? -- 9. Enforcement: Is it a solution? -- 10. What about amnesty and "guest worker" programs? -- 11. Why do we jail and deport immigrants? -- 12. Can we open our borders? -- Afterword -- Immigration and the law: a chronology.

U.S. immigration has been the subject of furious debates for decades. On one side, politicians and the media talk about aliens and criminals, with calls to "deport them all." On the other side, some advocates idealize immigrants and gloss over problems associated with immigration. Dialogue becomes possible when we dig deeper and ask tough questions: Why are people in other countries leaving their homes and coming here? What does it mean to be "illegal"? How do immigration raids, prisons, and border walls impact communities? Who suffers and who profits from our current system--and what would happen if we transformed it? The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers goes beyond soundbites to tackle these concerns in straightforward language and an accessible question-and-answer format. First published in 2007, this updated and expanded edition is an effective tool to confront current stereotypes and disinformation. Those who believe immigrants take jobs from citizens, don't pay taxes, strain public services, and threaten the dominant culture will find their assumptions challenged with compelling arguments and hard data. Ideal for classroom use, The Politics of Immigration provides those who are undecided about immigration with the facts and clear reasoning they need to develop an informed opinion.
Baker Berry JV6465 .G87 2017

Democracy in crisis : why, where, how to respond
Rich, Roland, author
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2017
Democracy is in crisis -- Democracy is squandering its soft power -- Transitions to democracy are stalled -- Autocrats are resurgent -- China is a formidable competitor -- Jihadism is posing a new challenge -- Where does the middle class stand? -- The bottom three billion must be recruited -- Democratizing development assistance -- We need resilience and resurgence -- Postscript : has democracy been Trumped?

"Democracy is in crisis. After the hope engendered by the Third Wave, democracies around the world are beleaguered with threats from multiple sources. What are these threats? Where did they come from? And how can the challenges to democratic governance best be overcome? Grappling with these questions, Roland Rich interprets the danger signs that abound in the United States and Europe, in Asia and the Arab World, in Africa and Latin America, and offers innovative strategies for turning the tide."--Publisher's description.
Baker Berry JC423 .R4844 2017

Battling injustice : 16 women Nobel peace laureates
Vani, Supriya, author
Uttar Pradesh, India : HarperCollins Publishers India, 2017
"Through the life portraits of sixteen women Nobel Peace laureates, peace activist and journalist Supriya Vani argues that the fate of the world is inextricably tied to the emancipation of women, and that the cause of world peace urgently requires women leaders. These stories, the result of six years of painstaking research and many interviews, show how we have much to learn from the laureates, from the events that shaped their work to their inner journey of spirit. Women in the workplace, at home, as mothers and nurturers, as leaders, will all find something to take away from this collection. Battling Injustice is an authentic record of women's cultural history, told through the lives of some of the most remarkable women since modernity."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry JC571 .V365 2017

Conscience of a conservative
Flake, Jeff, 1962-
New York : Random House, [2017]
Preface: To stand alone -- The crisis we face -- On bad information and the threat to democracy -- Conscience of a conservative -- On free trade, not-so-free trade, populism, nationalism, and the collapse of what we believe in -- How did this happen? (Our Faustian bargain) -- Note to selves: Country before party -- Dear world: Bear with us -- Toward a new conservatism.

Republican Senator Jeff Flake takes his party to task for embracing nationalism, populism, xenophobia, and the anomalous Trump presidency. The book is an urgent call for a return to bedrock conservative principle and a cry to once again put country before party. "I am a conservative. I believe that there are limits to what government can and should do, that there are some problems that government cannot solve, and that human initiative is best when left unfettered, free from government interference or coercion. I believe that these ideas, tested by time, offer the most freedom and best outcomes in the lives of the most people. But today, the American conservative movement has lost its way. Given the state of our politics, it is no exaggeration to say that this is an urgent matter. The Republican party used to play to a broader audience, one that demanded that we accomplish something. But in this era of dysfunction, our pri mary accomplishment has been constructing the argument that we're not to blame. We have decided that it is better to build and maintain a majority by using the levers of power rather than the art of persuasion and the battle of ideas. We've decided that putting party over country is okay. There are many on both sides of the aisle who think this a good model on which to build a political career--destroying, not building. And all the while, our country burns, our institutions are undermined, and our values are compromised. We have become so estranged from our principles that we no longer know what principle is. America is not just a collection of transactions. America is also a collection of ideas and values. And these are our values. These are our principles. They are not subject to change, owing to political fashion or cult of personality. I believe that we desperately need to get back to the rigorous, fact-based arguments that made us conservatives in the first place. We need to realize that the stakes are simply too high to remain silent and fall in line. That is why I have written this book and am taking this stand."--Jacket.
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 F53 2017

Just right : a life in pursuit of liberty
Edwards, Lee, 1932- author
Wilmington, Delaware : ISI Books, [2017]
Cradle conservative -- Paris holiday -- The movement -- Rebels with a cause -- Reluctant champion -- The day Kennedy died -- Decision time -- A choice, not an echo -- The real Barry Goldwater -- The must primary -- Civil rights and the constitution -- Convention -- Things that matter -- Extremism and liberty -- Anything goes -- Let Goldwater be Goldwater -- Landslide -- 27 million americans can't be wrong -- On my own -- Author, author -- The "voice" of the silent majority -- Square power -- The rabbi and the president -- The new right -- The changing face of conservatism -- Captive nations and peoples -- Leaving the arena -- Back to school -- Defalcation -- Missionaries for freedom -- "Dear Bill" -- The making of a memorial -- The final step -- Dedication day -- Chimera? -- Trumped -- Coda.

"Lee Edwards is a historian of the conservative movement who has been present at nearly every major event of the modern conservative movement. His memoir reveals his insider account of Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign; how he first interviewed Ronald Reagan when the actor was thinking of running for governor; how he created the Victims of Communism Memorial in Washington, and much more."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 E369 2017

The once and future liberal : after identity politics
Lilla, Mark, author
New York : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2017]
Introduction: The Abdication -- Anti-politics -- Pseudo-politics -- Politics.

In The Once and Future Liberal, Mark Lilla offers an impassioned, tough-minded, and stinging look at the failure of American liberalism over the past two generations. Although there have been Democrats in the White House, and some notable policy achievements, for nearly forty years the vision that Ronald Reagan offered - small government, lower taxes, and self-reliant individualism - has remained the country's dominant political ideology. And the Democratic Party has offered no convincing competing vision in response. Instead, as Lilla argues, American liberalism fell under the spell of identity politics, with disastrous consequences. Driven originally by a sincere desire to protect the most vulnerable Americans, the left has now unwittingly balkanized the electorate, encouraged self-absorption rather than solidarity, and invested its energies in social movements rather than in party politics. Lilla goes to show how the left's identity-focused individualism insidiously conspired with the amoral economic individualism of the Reaganite right to shape an electorate with little sense of a shared future and near-contempt for the idea of the common good. In the contest for the American imagination, liberals have abdicated. Now they have an opportunity to reset. The left is motivated, and the Republican Party, led by an unpredictable demagogue, is in ideological disarray. To seize this opportunity, Lilla insists, liberals must concentrate their efforts on recapturing our institutions by winning elections. The time for hectoring is over. It is time to reach out and start convincing people from every walk of life and in every region of the country that liberals will stand up for them. We must appeal to - but also help to rebuild - a sense of common feeling among Americans, and a sense of duty to one another. A fiercely argued, no-nonsense book, enlivened by Lilla's acerbic wit and erudition, The Once and Future Liberal is essential reading for our momentous times. -- from dust jacket.
Baker Berry JC574.2.U6 L56 2017

Political marketing in the 2016 U.S. presidential election
Jamie Gillies, editor
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction : the 2016 US Presidential Election / Jamie Gillies -- "Different strokes for different folks" : implications of voter micro-targeting and appeal in the age of Donald Trump / Vincent Raynauld and André Turcotte -- Thinking what he says : market research and the making of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign / Brian Conley -- Trump and the republican brand refresh / Ken Cosgrove -- The 2016 US primaries : parties and candidates in a world of big data / Neil Bendle, Joseph Ryoo and Alina Nastasoiu -- The Clinton campaign : appeals to moderate swing voters through anti-Trump targeted communication / Edward Elder -- "Feel the Bern" : marketing Bernie Sanders and democratic socialism to primary voters / Jamie Gillies -- The US presidential race : advances and insights for political marketing practice / Jamie Gillies.
Baker Berry JK2281 .P66 2018

Political leaders beyond party politics
Musella, Fortunato, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Leader and party : still an oxymoron? -- The direct election of party heads -- The iron law of leadership : ideology and party organization -- The party leader in government -- Leaders in business -- The personal side of politics.

"This book studies party leaders from selection to post-presidency. Based on data covering a large set of Western countries, and focusing on the trends of personalisation of politics, the volume is one of the first empirical investigations into how party leaders are elected, how long they stay in office, and whether they enter and guide democratic governments. It also provides novel data on how leaders end their career in a broad and diverse range of business activities. Topics covered include political leaders' increasing autonomy, their reinforcement of popular legitimation, often through the introduction of direct election by party rank and file, and their grip on party organization. The book will appeal to students and scholars interested in political parties, political leadership, the transformation of democracy, and comparative politics."--
Baker Berry JC330.3 .M87 2018

International politics and inner worlds : masks of reason under scrutiny
Jacobsen, Kurt, 1949- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Politics all the way down -- Perestroika and American political science -- Dueling constructivisms : a post-mortem on the ideas debate in mainstream IR -- Why do states (bother to) deceive? : managing trust at home and abroad -- COIN flips : counterinsurgency theory and American IR -- Why Freud matters : psychoanalysis and IR revisited -- The mystique of genetic correctness -- Loose ends : considerations on the aftermaths of the Celtic Tiger and the Northern "Troubles" -- Algren, academe and conformity.
Baker Berry JZ1253 .J34 2017

Statecraft and liberal reform in advanced democracies
Karlson, Nils, 1958- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Barriers to reform -- Two reform countries -- Explaining institutional change -- Reform cycles and reform strategies -- The Swedish reform process -- The Australian reform process -- Modern statecraft -- Summary and conclusions.
Baker Berry JC574 .K357 2018

Active citizenship in Europe : practices and demands in the EU, Italy, Turkey, and the UK
Bee, Cristiano, author
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Insights on the social construction of Europe : patterns in the permanent state of Euro-crisis -- Europeanization, public sphere, and active citizenship -- Active citizenship and its components -- Active citizenship : policy developments at the EU level -- Engagement and participation : opportunities and challenge for the organized civil society in the EU -- Active citizenship in Italy -- Active citizenship in Turkey -- Active citizenship in the UK.
Baker Berry JN40 .B359 2017

Power dynamics and regional security in Latin America
edited by Marcial A.G. Suarez, Rafael Duarte Villa, Brigitte Weiffen
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Re-thinking Latin American regional security : the impact of power and politics / Brigitte Weiffen and Rafael Duarte Villa -- Regional security in Latin America after US hegemony / Joseph S. Tulchin -- Security governance in Latin America / Roberto Dominguez -- Security community or balance of power? Hybrid security governance in Latin America / Rafael Duarte Villa -- Role theory and geopolitical thinking in South America / Leslie E. Wehner and Detlef Nolte -- Regional organizations, conflict resolution and mediation in South America / Monica Herz, Maira Siman and Ana Clara Telles -- Is regionalism still a viable option for the creation and maintenance of peace and security in Latin America? / Kai Enno Lehmann -- Institutional overlap and responses to political crises in South America / Brigitte Weiffen -- Interstate conflict management in South America : the relevance of overlapping institutions / Marcos Valle Machado da Silva -- The zone of violent peace / David R. Mares -- Defense management in South America : bureaucracy and diplomacy / Rut Diamint -- Counterterrorism policies in Brazil : a securitization syndrome? / Marcial A. G. Suarez, Fernando L. Brancoli, and Igor D. P. Acácio -- Desecuritizing the 'war on drugs' / Carolina Cepeda Másmela and Arlene B. Tickner -- Mexico and its role in North America's security : between terrorism and organized crime / Raúl Benítez Manaut.
Baker Berry JZ6009.L29 P69 2017

Tocqueville and Beaumont : aristocratic liberalism in democratic times
Hess, Andreas, editor
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction: a two-man research machine -- The birth pangs of American democracy -- In search of new liberal politics: reconciling equality with liberty -- Republican by necessity: the revolution of 1848 and beyond -- What remains?

This is the first concise study to give full credit to the collaboration of works between French nobleman, writer and politician Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-59) and his travel companion and friend Gustave de Beaumont (1802-66), and puts this collaboration into its social, historical and theoretical context. It accompanies the two friends to the US and analyses the fruitful encounter between the New and the Old World that was the result of that journey, particularly in relation to emerging Atlantic democracies and revolutions. This includes the hopes but also the problems and contradictions that they have come to represent. The book also follows Tocqueville and Beaumont to England, Ireland, and Algeria. It discusses their political careers and their engagement in the abolitionist movement, their fight for liberal social and political reform, as well as their futile attempt to rationalize French colonization in Algeria.
Baker Berry JC574 .H478 2018

Russia : strategy, policy and administration
Irvin Studin, editor
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JN6695 .R8628 2018

Crisis, agency, and law in US civil-military relations
Maurer, Daniel, Major, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Introduction -- The opening statement -- The case-in-chief: what the law does (not) say -- The expert witnesses: a cross-examination -- The expert witnesses: the fingerprints of agency -- The rebuttal witnesses: from agency to norms to diagnosis -- Exhibit A: scope of responsibility and authority -- Boundaries, or a "poverty of useful and unambiguous authority"? -- Exhibit B: when fidelity and frankness conflict -- Exhibit C: amending the Goldwater-Nichols Act -- Exhibit D: the future fallacy: a civ-mil dialogue -- Closing argument.

This book develops a responsible and practical method for evaluating the success, failure, or "crisis" of American civil-military relations among its political and uniformed elite. The author's premise is that currently there is no objectively fair way for the public at large or the strategic-level elites to assess whether the critical and often obscured relationships between Generals, Admirals, and Statesmen function as they ought to under the US constitutional system. By treating these relationships--in form and practice--as part of a wider principal (civilian)-agency (military) dynamic, the book tracks the "duties"--care, competence, diligence, confidentiality, scope of responsibility--and perceived shortcomings in the interactions between US civilian political authorities and their military advisors in both peacetime and in war.
Baker Berry JK330 .M38 2017

Listening to women on the right : communication strategies of today's female Republican politicians
Friedman, Rachel B., author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Prologue -- Introduction: the "war on women" -- Terri Lynn Land -- Joni Ernst -- Carly Fiorina -- Nikki Haley -- Susana Martinez -- Condoleezza Rice -- Senate sisters -- Concluding thoughts and ideas.

"Little scholarly attention has been paid to the dialogue of conservative women. The authors focus on this group and their approach to political speech. The narratives and policy positions of Condoleezza Rice, Nikki Haley, Teri Lynn Land, Susana Martinez, Joni Ernst and others are examined for ways they frame their political images as women in the GOP"--
Baker Berry JA85.2.U6 F75 2017

Environmental history of modern migrations
edited by Marco Armiero and Richard Tucker
London ; Routledge, 2017
Waves of migration : settlement and creation of the Hawaiian environment / Carol MacLennan -- European immigration and changes in the landscape of southern Brazil / Eunice Sueli Nodari and Miguel Mundstock Xavier de Carvalho -- Migrants and the making of the American landscape / Marco Armiero -- Making the land Russian? : migration, settlement, and environment in the Russian far east, 1860-1914 / Mark Sokolsky -- Coal lives : body, work and memory among Italian miners in Wallonia, Belgium / Daniele Valisena and Marco Armiero -- Riotous environments : Filipino immigrants in the fields of California / Linda L. Ivey -- Creating the threatening "others" : environment, Chinese immigrants and racist discourse in colonial Australia / Fei Sheng -- Nativist politics and environmental privilege : ecological and cultural conflicts concerning Latin American migration to the United States / David Naguib Pellow and Lisa Sun-Hee Park -- Environmental degradation as a cause of migration : cautionary tales from Brazil / Angus Wright -- The ecological and social vulnerability of the Three Gorges resettlement area in China, 1992-2012 / Ying Xing -- Archaeologies of the future : tracing the lineage of contemporary discourses on the climate-migration nexus / Giovanni Bettini.
Baker Berry JV6225 .E68 2017

Europe's hidden federalism : federal experiences of European integration
Kovačević, Bojan, 1980- author
London ; Routledge, 2017
Part I. Federalism and the modern state: friends or foes? -- Federalism, freedom and order -- Federalism and democracy -- Federalism and the making of nations -- Federalism and the challenge of legitimacy -- The challenge of Carl Schmitt for the theory and practice of federalism -- Part II. An attempt to build European federation in the absence of Europeans -- Federal features of the European Union -- Federalism and democracy in the European Union -- Political citizenship deficit in the EU: relevancy of the historical models of federal nation building -- Conclusion: hidden federalism and crisis.

The hidden federal features of the European Union help explain the challenges of legitimacy, democracy and freedom that face an unfinished political community. Ideas about federalism and the reality of existing federal states cannot be sharply divided in an analysis of the EU's multilevel political order, but so far, both scholars and major decision makers have shown interest only in the normal functioning of federal systems: ignoring the dilemma of the federation's legitimate authority has resulted in an existential crisis for the EU which has become ever more manifest over recent years. This book employs a combination of political philosophy and political science, of federal philosophic ideas and their traces in real federal institutions, in order to achieve the task of understanding the federal features of the EU governance system. The first part of the work focuses on building an appropriate theoretical framework to explain the new meanings attached to familiar notions of democracy, legitimacy and citizenship in the context of a political community like the EU. In the second part the federal features of the EU's political system are examined in comparison to other current and historical federal perspectives like the US, Switzerland, Yugoslavia and Germany. Through an analysis of the hidden federal aspects of the EU and the links between hidden federalism and the EU's legitimacy crisis, this book reveals the patterns that should be avoided and gives us guidelines that should be followed if the EU is to become democratic and politically united without jeopardising the state character of its members.--
Baker Berry JN30 .K679 2017

Evolving patterns of peacekeeping : international cooperation at work
Yamashita, Hikaru, author
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2017
What is global peacekeeping cooperation? -- Contexts and actors -- Understanding peacekeeping cooperation -- Operational collaboration: Sudan and Congo -- Joint decisionmaking: Macedonia, Afghanistan, and Congo -- Capacity-building assistance and African peacekeeping -- Global security governance and international cooperation.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .Y38 2017

The common good
Reich, Robert B., author
New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2018
Part I. What is the common good? -- Shkreli -- What good do we have in common? -- The origins of the common good -- Part II. What happened to the common good? -- Exploitation -- Three structural breakdowns -- The decline of the good in common -- Part III. Can the common good be restored? -- Leadership as trusteeship -- Honor and shame -- Resurrecting truth -- Civic education for all.

"With the warmth and lucidity that have made him one of our most important public voices, Robert B. Reich makes the case for a generous, inclusive understanding of the American project, centering on the moral obligations of citizenship. Rooting his argument in everyday reality and common sense, Reich demonstrates the existence of a common good, and argues that it is this that defines a society or a nation. Societies and nations undergo virtuous cycles that reinforce and build the common good, as well as vicious cycles that undermine it. Over the course of the past five decades, Reich contends, America has been in a slowly accelerating vicious cycle--one that can and must be reversed. But first we need to weigh what really matters, and how we as a country should relate to honor, shame, patriotism, truth, and the meaning of leadership. Powerful, urgent, and utterly vital, this is a heartfelt missive from one of our foremost political thinkers: a fundamental statement about the purpose of society and a cri de coeur to save America's soul"--Amazon.com
Baker Berry JC330.15 .R455 2018

Trust in nuclear disarmament verification
Bowen, Wyn Q., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ5665 .B69 2018

Revisiting metaphors in international relations theory
Marks, Michael P
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1253.5 .M372 2018

Privacy and criminal justice
Marshall, Daniel, 1981- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
1. Introduction -- 2. A brief history of privacy -- 3. Police (1): interventions -- 4. Police (2): techniques of investigation -- 5. Police (3): data collection and retention -- 6. Photographs, CCTVs and other cameras -- 7. The 'open' court -- 8. Punishment and privacy -- 9. Counterterrorism -- 10. Rehabilitation after punishment -- 11. Conclusions.
Baker Berry JC596 .M266 2017

Populism and the European culture wars : the conflict of values between Hungary and the EU
Furedi, Frank, 1947- author
London ; Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2018
Introduction -- Who decides Europe's values? -- Why hide our shared values? : the problem of tradition -- National consciousness vs denationalized identity -- Memory wars or the crusade against the past -- Anti-populism and the crisis of valuation -- Conclusion -- Bibliography.
Baker Berry JN2067 .F87 2018

(S)electing the president : the perils of democracy
Mezey, Michael L., author
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Candidate quality and the presidential election of 2016 -- Democracy, representation, and elections -- The founders and presidential selection -- Democratization and political parties -- The democratized nomination process -- The democratized media -- Charisma, demagoguery, populism, and celebrity -- Democratization and presidentialism -- The perils of democracy.

Selecting political leaders by popular election is an unquestioned hallmark of representative democracies-the institutional manifestation of Lincoln's promise of a government of the people and by the people. But in 2016, Lincoln's promise seems to have given way to Hamilton's nightmare-with his worries that popular elections would produce demagogues who paid an "obsequious court to the people," appealing to their passions and prejudices rather than to their reason. This book examines the commitment to the widest level of participation among the largest number of citizens in the selection of the president. It looks at two salient characteristics of our current presidential election environment that bring the wisdom of this commitment into question: the declining influence of political parties and the communication revolution in the form of the internet, social media, and cable television. Ultimately, Mezey asks whether our now fully democratized presidential selection process has in fact diminished the quality of our presidential candidates and the campaigns they run, whether the turn to demagoguery that the founders feared has materialized, what the consequences of our presidential selection process have been for American government, and whether or not it would be valuable to rethink our wholehearted commitment to popular election of the president. His answers do not topple our commitment to popular elections but rather point the way toward improving the quality of both participation and democracy.
Baker Berry JK528 .M44 2018

When trees fall, monkeys scatter : rethinking democracy in China
Keane, John, 1949- author
London : World Scientific, [2018]
Acknowledgements; Preface; About the Author; A Mass Incident; Authoritarian China?; The Sovereign People; Phantom Democracy; Public Opinion Polls; Public Opinion Leaders; Media Storms; Rule of Law; Elections; A Cuckoo in the Nest; Slow Boat to Monitory Democracy?; A New Chinese Revolution?; Phantom Democracy?; Rethinking China's Future; Further Reading; Index.
Baker Berry JQ1516 .K43 2018

International human rights
Donnelly, Jack, author
New York, NY : Westview Press, Hachette Book Group, 2017
Part One. History and Theory. 1. Human Rights in Global Politics: Historical Perspective. The Emergence of International Human Rights Norms ; The Universal Declaration ; The Covenants ; The 1970s: From Standard Setting to Monitoring ; The 1980s: Further Growth and Institutionalization ; The 1990s: Consolidating Progress and Acting Against Genocide ; Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century ; The Global Human Rights Regime -- 2. Theories of Human Rights. Rights in General ; Human Rights in Particular ; The Source or Justification of Human Rights ; Equal Concern and Respect ; The Unity of Human Rights ; Duties and Duty-Bearers of Human Rights ; Human Rights and Related Practices ; Sovereignty and International Society ; Three Models of International Human Rights ; The Realist Challenge to Human Rights ; Problem 1: Democracy and Human Rights -- 3. The Relative Universality of Human Rights. Universality and Relativity ; International Legal Universality ; Overlapping Consensus Universality ; Functional Universality ; Anthropological or Historical Relativity ; Cultural Relativism ; Universal Rights, Not Identical Practices ; Universalism Without Imperialism ; The Relative Universality of Human Rights ; Problem 2: Hate Speech ; Problem 3: Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation -- 4. The Unity of Human Rights. Interdependent and Interrelated Rights ; The Indivisibility of Human Rights ; Politics, History, Theory, and Consensus ; Three Generations of Human Rights? ; Problem 4: Human Rights: Hierarchical or Indivisible? -- Part Two. Multilateral, Bilateral, and Transnational Action. 5. Global Multilateral Mechanisms. The Human Rights Council ; The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights ; Treaty-Reporting Systems ; Additional Global Actors ; Mainstreaming Human Rights Throughout the U.N. System ; Case Study: The Special Procedures -- 6. Regional Human Rights Regimes. The European Regional Regime ; The Inter-American System ; The African Regional Regime ; Asia ; The Arab World ; Assessing Regional Human Rights Regimes ; Case Study: Chile and the Inter-American Commission -- 7. Human Rights and Foreign Policy. Human Rights and the National Interest ; Means and Mechanisms of Bilateral Action ; The Aims and Effects of Human Rights Policies ; Drawbacks, Problems, and Criticisms ; Political Rhetoric Versus Political Will -- 8. Human Rights in American Foreign Policy. Historical Overview ; Human Rights and American Exceptionalism ; Case Study: U.S. Policy in Central America ; Case Study: U.S. Policy Toward South Africa ; Case Study: American Policy Toward Myanmar (Burma) ; Case Study: Israeli Settlements in West Bank Palestine ; Other Western Approaches to International Human Rights ; Explaining Differences in Human Rights Policies ; Problem 5: U.S. Ratification of Human Rights Treaties -- 9. Transnational Human Rights Advocacy. Case Study: Amnesty International ; Case Study: Human Rights Watch ; Nonpartisan Action ; Other Advocacy Actions: Celebrity and Consumer Campaigns ; NGO Legitimacy ; Problem 6: Human Rights Obligations of Multinational Corporations

"International Human Rights studies the ways in which states and other international actors have addressed human rights since the end of World War II. This unique textbook features substantial attention to the domestic politics of human rights, as well as an extensive emphasis on theory. The thoroughly updated fifth edition brings the theories and legal issues related to human rights into sharper focus with a streamlined eleven-chapter organization, separate treatments of rights-based theories and international relations theories, and updated case studies. International Human Rights allows readers to understand how and why human rights are violated, what international action can do to address these violations, and why human rights remain such a small part of international relations"--
Baker Berry JC571 .D753 2017

Broken : can the Senate save itself and the country?
Shapiro, Ira S., 1947- author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
Hallowed ground to scorched earth -- McConnell's power play -- In the shadow of Mansfield's great Senate -- From the Reagan revolution to the Clinton impeachment -- Bipartisanship tried, lost and found -- Obama's first term: strict obstructionism -- Obama's second term: the fiscal cliff and the nuclear option -- The polarized Senate meets the insurgent President -- Politics upended -- Confirmation battles over the President's team -- The Gorsuch nomination: when no compromise is possible -- Investigating the Russian connection -- Catastrophic healthcare -- America versus the world -- Reconsidering the Senate.

"In Broken, Ira Shapiro, a former senior Senate staffer and author of the critically-acclaimed book The Last Great Senate, offers an expert's account of some of the most prominent battles of the past decade and lays out what must be done to restore the Senate's lost luster. Shapiro places the Senate at "ground zero for America's political dysfunction"--The institution that has failed the longest and the worst. Because the Senate, at its best, represented the special place where the Democrats and Republicans worked together to transcend ideological and regional differences and find common ground, its decline has intensified the nation's polarization, by institutionalizing it at the highest level. Shapiro documents this decline and evaluates the prospects of restoration that could provide a way out of the polarized morass that has engulfed Congress"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry JK1161 .S52 2018

Posthuman dialogues in international relations
edited by Erika Cudworth, Stephen Hobden and Emilian Kavalski
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction : framing the posthuman dialogues in international relations / Erika Cudworth, Stephen Hobden, and Emilian Kavalski -- Animals and human constitution :Greek lessons, posthuman possibilities / Caleb J. Basnett -- With a posthuman touch : international relations in dialogue with the posthuman : a human account / Carolin Kaltofen -- Telling (hi)stories in the anthropocene : when forest is multispecies relation / Agata Agnieszka Konczal -- Potential of posthumanist onto-epistemology for the study of international relations / Elina Penttinen -- Agency in posthuman IR : solving the problem of technosocially mediated agency / Michael Schandorf and Athina Karatzogianni -- Posthumanist international relations and ecopolitics / Sebastien Malette and Peter Stoett -- Worm politics / Eva Meijer -- Fish and international relations / J. Samuel Barkin -- The posthuman way of war / Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden -- Representing posthumans : citizenship and the political production of bodies and technologies / John Hultgren -- Genetically modified crops and the posthuman politics beyond borders / Marco Bernardini -- Cyborgs, control and transformation : posthumanist arms control and disarmament / Michael Bourne -- Non-lines of sight : battlespace visualization and the reterritorialization of martial vision / Ian Roderick -- The excesses of posthumanism : some reflections on "thinking" as capacity / Jessica Schmidt -- Epilogue : beyond the anthropocentric partitioning of the world / Emilian Kavalski, Stephen Hobden, and Erika Cudworth.
Baker Berry JZ1254 .P67 2018

Nuclear multilateralism and Iran : inside EU negotiations
Cronberg, Tarja, author
London ; Routledge, 2017
The EU in the current nuclear order -- The four steps of EU's nuclear dance with Iran : the timeline -- Multilateral negotiations, bilateral results -- The fight for the right to enrich -- The power of sanctions -- The militarization of non-proliferation -- Transforming the nuclear order : policy lessons learned.

Drawing on the author's personal experience, this book presents an insider's chronology and policy analysis of the EU's role in the nuclear negotiations with Iran. The European Union strives to be a global player, a "soft power" leader that can influence international politics and state behavior. Yet critics argue that the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) remains largely ineffective and incoherent. The EU's early and continuous involvement in the effort to dissuade Iran from developing nuclear weapons can be viewed as a test case for the EU as a global actor. As Chair of the European Parliament's delegation for relations with Iran, Tarja Cronberg had a ringside seat in the negotiations to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons. Drawing on her experiences leading a parliamentary delegation to Iran and interviews with officials, legislators and opposition leaders in nearly every country participating in the negotiations, as well as reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency, parliaments and independent experts, the author illustrates an insider's strategic understanding of the negotiations. Intersecting history, politics, economics, culture and the broader security context, this book not only delivers a unique analysis of this historic deal and the twelve-year multilateral pursuit of it, but draws from it pertinent lessons for European policy makers for the future. This book will be of much interest to students of nuclear proliferation, EU policy, diplomacy and international relations in general. --
Baker Berry JZ5675 .C76 2017

Favela media activism : counterpublics for human rights in Brazil
Custódio, Leonardo, 1979- author
Lanham : Lexington Books, [2017]
Acknowledgements -- The scholarly relevance of media activism by low-income youth -- Ethnography as a local outsider : dilemmas and decisions in the research process -- Luta : everyday life struggles in favelas -- The meaning of favela media activism -- Favela media activism and the formation of counterpublics -- The relationship between NGO work and favela media activism -- Agency, structure and interaction : elements that shape favela media activism -- Nuances between coping and change : trajectories to favela media activism -- Research outcomes : findings, lessons and interdisciplinary contributions -- Afterword -- Appendix 1: Details about NGO staff interviews -- Appendix 2: Details about interviewees involved in media activism -- Bibliography -- About the author.
Baker Berry JC599.B72 R54 2017

The indispensable electoral college : how the founders' plan saves our country from mob rule
Ross, Tara, author
Washington, DC : Regnery Gateway, [2017]
The founders' invention -- Presidents who lost the popular vote -- Who's in charge here?.

Twice in as many decades, a president won the office without the popular vote. Both times, people cried foul on the Electoral College. Detractors claim the institution is antiquated and impedes democracy, but Tara Ross-a lawyer and constitutional scholar-argues that the Electoral College is the best defense of America's constitutional republic.The Indispensable Electoral College makes a winning argument for a necessary protection against "rigged" party elections, coastal elites, and DC insiders who wish to make a career of unchecked ambition.
Baker Berry JK529 .R69 2017

Democratic inclusion : Rainer Bauböck in dialogue
Bauböck, Rainer, author
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018
Democratic inclusion : a pluralist theory of citizenship / Rainer Bauböck -- The boundaries of "democratic inclusion" : some questions for Rainer Bauböck / Joseph H. Carens -- What makes a democratic people? / David Miller -- Republicanism and the all subjected principle as the basis of democratic membership / Iseult Honohan -- Metics, members and citizens / Will Kymlicka and Sue Donaldson -- Populus, demos and self-rule / David Owen -- Stakeholder theory won't save citizenship / Peter J. Spiro -- Response to critics / Rainer Bauböck.
Baker Berry JF799 .B38 2018

Contracting human rights : crisis, accountability, and opportunity
edited by Alison Brysk (Chair, Global Studies Department, Mellichamp Chair of Global Governance, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA), Michael Stohl (Director, Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies, Professor of Communication, Political Science and Global Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)
Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2018]
Gaps -- Backlash -- Accountability -- Opportunities.
Baker Berry JC599.A1 C66 2018

Liberty and power : a libertarian approach to the past
edited by Anthony Comegna
Washington, D.C. : Cato Institute, [2017]
Introduction : class, civilization, and cycles : the liberal "model" of history -- Art as ideas : Thomas Cole's the course of empire (1836) -- A short treatise on political power (1556) / John Ponet -- Anonymous to Thomas Jefferson (1808) -- Daily plebeian, July 2, 1842 / Levi Slamm -- European views of American democracy -- Political tolerance (1838) / John L. O'Sullivan -- History of civilization in Europe (1846) / François Pierre Guillaume Guizot -- Great meeting of the mechanics and working men at Tammany Hall!" (1842) / Levi Slamm and Michael Walsh -- The law of the Salian Franks (first compiled ca. 500) -- The Visigothic code -- The canons of Adamnan, or, The law of innocents (ca. 697) -- Privileges and prerogatives granted by their Catholic Majesties to Christopher Columbus (1492) and The charter to Sir walter Raleigh -- Letters to father and mother" (1623) / Richard Frethorne -- The history of John Plantain, called King of Ranter-Bay, &c." (1737) / Clement Downing -- Of captain misson and his crew, or, The legend of libertalia (1728) / Captain Charles Johnson -- Retrospective view of the state of European politics, especially of germany, since the last Congress of Vienna (1837) / John L. O'Sullivan -- Glances at Congress (1837) -- Two years in Van Dieman's land (1842) / James Gemmel -- From a Rhode Islander" and "an unrepublican anomaly (1842) / Levi Slamm and Frances Whipple -- Governor Morton's letter to the Suffrage Clam Bake Committee (1842) / Marcus Morton -- The Canada question -- Oregon territory and The Oregon question / (1843-1844) / Levi Slamm -- Annexation of Texas and related articles (1843-44) -- The sex question and the money power : how shall this power be made to serve instead of ruling us? / Lois Waisbrooker -- The artist as exemplar : Thomas Cole's voyage of life (1842) -- Conclusion : generations of remnants : libertarianism and the mechanics of historical change.

Liberty and Power takes readers through a documentary tour of the timeless and fundamental social conflict between individuals seeking liberty from external control and those seeking power over others. Using medieval law codes; early modern corporate charters; narrative accounts from pirates, freebooters, and revolutionaries; and cultural products such as popular literature and paintings, this volume introduces the classical liberal theory of history. To liberal thinkers--great and humble alike--the use of force necessarily divides the population into warring factions and produces disruptive change--back cover.
Baker Berry JC585 .L4243 2017

The ideology of failed states : why intervention fails
Woodward, Susan L., 1944 September 6- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction -- What's in a name? -- History of a concept -- State-building as the solution -- Building an international apparatus for state-building -- The real problem of failed states -- Consequences -- Neither security nor development.

What do we mean when we use the term "failed states"? It makes no sense theoretically and empirically, and is a political threat to countries so labeled. To explain the term's popularity, this book begins with its origins, how it shaped the conceptual framework for international development and security in the post-Cold War era, and why. It argues that one should focus on the actors who are promoting and implementing this concept and its policy agenda, not the states so labeled. Detailed analysis of international actors' policies in peacebuilding, statebuilding, development assistance, and armed conflict shows that they focus primarily on building their own operational capacity for intervention, not on statebuilding, that their ideology of failed states responds to the absence in these countries of what they need operationally to act, and that they actually create the characteristics they identify with failed/fragile states. The book concludes with a return to the unreformed international organization of development and security, including its linkage, if the trap of this ideology can be escaped. -- from back cover.
Baker Berry JC328.7 .W66 2017

Rethinking right-wing women : gender and the Conservative Party, 1880s to the present
edited by Clarisse Berthezène and Julie V. Gottlieb
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018
Introduction: Clarisse Berthezène & Julie Gottlieb. 1. 'Open the eyes of England': female unionism and conservatism, 1886-1914 -- Diane Urquhart. 2. Christabel Pankhurst -- A Conservative suffragette? -- June Purvis. 3. At the heart of the party? The women's Conservative organisation in the age of partial suffrage, 1914-1928 -- David Thackeray. 4. Conservative women and the Primrose League's struggle for survival, 1914-1932 -- Matthew Hendley. 5. Modes and models of Conservative women's leadership in the 1930s -- Julie Gottlieb. 6. The middlebrow and the making of a 'new common sense': Women's voluntarism, Conservative politics and representations of womanhood -- Clarisse Berthezène. 7. Churchill, women, and the politics of gender -- Richard Toye. 8. 'The Statutory Woman whose Main Task was to Explore what Women were Likely to Think.' Margaret Thatcher and Women's Politics in the 1950s and 1960s -- Krista Cowman. 9. Conservatism, gender and the politics of everyday life, 1950s-1980s -- Adrian Bingham. 10. Feminist responses to Thatcher and Thatcherism -- Laura Beers. 11. The (feminised) contemporary Conservative party -- Rosie Campbell and Sarah Childs. 12. Conserving Conservative women: A view from the archives -- Jeremy McIlwaine. 13. Women2Win and the feminization of the UK Conservative party -- Baroness Ann Jenkin with an introduction by Sarah Childs.

Rethinking Right-Wing Women explores the institutional structures for and the representations, mobilisation, and the political careers of women in the British Conservative Party since the late 19th century. From the Primrose League (est.1883) to Women2Win (est.2005), the party has exploited women's political commitment and their social power from the grass-roots to the heights of the establishment. Yet, although it is the party that extended the equal franchise, had the first woman MP to sit Parliament, and produced the first two women Prime Ministers, the UK Conservative Party has developed political roles for women that jar with feminist and progressive agendas. Conservative women have tended to be more concerned about the fulfilment of women's duties than the realisation of women's rights. This book tackles the ambivalences between women's politicisation and women's emancipation in the history of Britain's most electorally successful and hegemonic political party. --
Baker Berry JN1129.C7 R48 2018

Alt-Right : from 4chan to the White House
Wendling, Mike, author
London : Pluto Press, 2018
Introduction: Is it OK to punch a Nazi? -- The intellectuals -- The racialists -- The channers -- The meninists -- Language -- Media -- Neo-Nazis -- Ordinary guys -- Conspiracy theorists -- The violent fringe -- The White House -- Downfall.

Media accounts to the contrary, the Alt-Right didn't just burst out of nowhere in 2016. They have been building their network quietly for years, using bulletin boards and social media to spread a toxic hybrid of technological utopianism, reactionary philosophy, and racial hatred. Wendling traces the rise of the movement and the evolution of its ideas, and he introduces us to some of its key figures. Exploring links between Alt-Right rhetoric and hate crimes and terrorism, he shows that the evidence connecting them is undeniable.
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 W45 2018

The people are going to rise like the waters upon your shore : a story of American rage
Sexton, Jared, author
Berkeley, California : Counterpoint, [2017]
Prologue : Ugly vibrations in these United States -- Part One. Sleep of reason breeds monsters. Canaries in the coal mine -- The American dream is dead -- Nine dead in Charleston -- The ego is not master in its own house -- They're tryin' to win this thing -- Life outside the cloud -- The end of an uneasy truce -- The joke is over -- Part Two. The summer of rage. An American horror story -- The road to Ohio -- There will be blood -- A nation forever on the brink -- When the devil's at your door : the Republican National Convention -- The people are going to rise like the waters upon your shore : the Democratic National Convention -- Against all enemies, foreign and domestic -- The Green Party National Convention -- Part Three. A new kind of religion. A voice for the people -- A tiger by its tail -- The cult of the movement -- We come to the end -- Anatomy of a car crash -- Waiting for the end of the world -- Epilogue : We the people.

"The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore is a firsthand account of the events that shaped the 2016 presidential election and the cultural forces that divided both parties and powered Donald Trump into the White House. Featuring in-the-field reports as well as deep analysis, Sexton's book is not just the story of the most unexpected and divisive election in modern political history. It is also a sobering chronicle of our democracy's political polarization--a result of our self-constructed, technologically assisted echo chambers."--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .S48 2017

Rally point : five tasks to unite the country and revitalize the American dream
Gibson, Christopher P. author
New York : Twelve, 2017
Practice peace through strength -- Restore founding principles -- Promote a flourishing life -- Keep faith -- Unify and grow.

"A smart and surprising political inventory for how America can reunite and revitalize in a time of crisis. Written by an admired leader of the Republican party, RALLY POINT: Five Tasks to Unite the Country and Revitalize the American Dream looks past the 2016 election, past the finger pointing and conventional political thinking, to focus on clear, primary principles that conservatives must debate and defend to protect the future of America. Raised in a working-class family in upstate New York, the first in his family to go to college, paid for in part by his service in the National Guard, Chris Gibson rose from Private to Colonel in the Army, including combat command in the storied 82nd Airborne Division. RALLY POINT is his story: what he's learned from the "School of Hard Knocks" and how he's applied those precious life lessons during his service in Iraq and in Congress. Drawn from a deep appreciation of history and American exceptionalism, Gibson provides incisive and frank analysis of the current political environment, including President Trump, and provides a roadmap based on time-tested Founding principles to help unite our country and revitalize the American Dream. RALLY POINT is a thoughtful, compelling, enjoyable read - a must for serious-minded Americans looking for answers in this challenging political environment"--
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 G53 2017

Out of the wreckage : a new politics for an age of crisis
Monbiot, George, 1963- author
London ; Verso, 2017
A story of our times -- A captive audience -- Don't look back -- Alienation -- Belonging -- Our economy -- Framing the economy -- Our politics -- Making it happen.

"A thrilling new route to a better society A toxic ideology of extreme competition and individualism has come to dominate our world. It misrepresents human nature, destroying hope and common purpose. Only a positive vision can replace it, a new story that re-engages people in politics and lights a path to a better future. George Monbiot shows how new findings in psychology, neuroscience and evolutionary biology cast human nature in a radically different light: as the supreme altruists and cooperators. He shows how we can build on these findings to create a new politics: a "politics of belonging." Both democracy and economic life can be radically reorganized from the bottom up, enabling us to take back control and overthrow the forces that have thwarted our ambitions for a better society. Urgent and passionate, Out of the Wreckage provides the hope and clarity required to change the world"--
Baker Berry JA76 .M59 2017

Political communication and mobilisation : the Hindi media in India
Neyazi, Taberez Ahmed, 1977- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Chapter 1: Introduction: Political Communication and Mobilisation in India -- Chapter 2: Under Colonial Rule: Mobilisation in the Hindi and English Press -- Chapter 3: Media and Mobilisation in Independent India -- Chapter 4: Localisation, Grassroots Mobilisation and Hindi News Media -- Chapter 5: Political Economy of the Hindi Press -- Chapter 6: The Hybrid Media System, Anti-corruption Movement and Political Mobilisation -- Chapter 7: Agenda-setting and Mobilisation in a Hybrid Media Environment -- Chapter 8: Conclusion: Politics, Power and Mobilisation in Digital India.

This book provides a fresh perspective on the importance of the Hindi media in India's political, social and economic transformation with evidence from the countryside and the cities. Accessed by more than 40 per cent of the public, it continues to play an important role in building political awareness and mobilising public opinion. Instead of viewing the media as a singular entity, this book highlights its diversity and complexity to understand the changing dynamics of political communication shaped by the interactions between the news media, political parties and the public, and how various media forms are being used in a rapidly transforming environment. It also looks at the transformations occurring in the countryside and small towns, away from the glare of the Delhi TV studios. There is commercialisation and infotainment, along with a concern for the poor and the marginalised in the Hindi media-mediated democratic transformation, which is defined here as mobilisation for electoral politics and civil society activism. The book offers insights into how print, television, and digital media work together with, rather than in isolation from, one another to grasp the complexities of the emerging hybrid media environment and the future of mobilisation.
Baker Berry JA85.2.I4 N49 2018

Order wars and floating balance : how the rising powers are reshaping our worldview in the twenty-first century
Herberg-Rothe, Andreas, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Prologue : the birth pains of a new global order -- The order wars in the twenty-first century -- Between Lyotard and Hegel : beyond Kant and the binary logic -- The End of Western modernity? -- Clausewitz's "wondrous trinity" and floating balance -- Clausewitz, polarity, and a different dialectics : a new beginning -- Harmony between freedom and equality -- Confucian harmony and East Asia's mega-discourses for governance -- Marx's reversal of Hegel -- Between Clausewitz and Hegel : revitalizing the struggle for recognition -- Between Carl Schmitt and Hannah Arendt : mediation between friends and foes -- Epilogue : sharing power in a new global order.
Baker Berry JZ1318 .H473 2018

America votes 32 : election returns by state, 2015-2016
Cook, Rhodes, 1948- editor
Los Angeles : Sage Publications, [2018]
Includes official, state-certified election returns and key data by county and by district for the House, Senate, and gubernatorial elections.
Baker Berry JK1967 .C66 2018

Dawn of a new order : geopolitics and the clash of ideologies
Mullerson, R. A., author
London ; I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd, 2017
The most significant development in global politics following the end of the bi-polar Cold War era has been the rise of a multi-polar state system. This has led to the emergence of major potential super-powers, global rivalry, international terrorism and the gradual weakening of the one remaining hegemonic, uni-polar state after the Cold War - the US. The idealistic hopes following the collapse of communism have evaporated and Cold War competition between liberal capitalism and communism has been replaced by multi-polar global rivalry that can only be resolved by a balance of power buttressed by international law. In this ambitious and thought-provoking book, Professor Rein Mullerson outlines the challenges associated with the new geopolitics of the twenty-first century. Based on in-depth research over several decades it is an essential tool for understanding the new world order and the ensuing crises in global politics.--
Baker Berry JC319 .M85 2017

Organizing for policy influence : comparing parties, interest groups, and direct action
Farrer, Benjamin, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Introduction -- The possibilities of political organizations -- The effect of institutions on organizational choice -- Translating formal theory into empirical hypotheses -- Explaining emergence -- Explaining choices -- Explaining policy -- Explaining motivations -- Conclusion.

In this book, Benjamin Farrer explains how activists can influence the policies they care about, even when they are outnumbered and their issues are ignored. The solution lies in a surprising place: organizational choice. Different types of organizations will be more influential under particular democratic institutions. If they choose the optimal type of organization - given their institutional context - then even minority groups can be influential. Environmentalists are a key example of how small groups can sometimes punch above their weight. Environmentalists in different countries have made different organizational choices. These choices explain whether or not they succeeded in influencing policy. In the empirical chapters that follow, Farrer shows that environmentalists can sometimes be more influential if they form interest groups, but under other institutions, political parties are the optimal organizational choice. Although interest groups are often easier to create, national institutions can sometimes insulate mainstream politicians from niche interest groups. When institutions deny access to interest groups, activists are forced to send the stronger signal of party entry.--
Baker Berry JF1525.P6 F37 2018

How the right lost its mind
Sykes, Charles J., 1954- author
New York : St. Martin's Press, [2017]
I. How the Right lost its mind -- Did we create this monster? -- Confessions of a recovering liberal -- The attack on the conservative mind -- The conservative idea -- Storm warnings -- The perpetual outrage machine -- II. The post-truth politics of the Right -- The alt reality media -- The post-truth politics of the Right -- Drudge and the politics of paranoia -- III. The Trumpian takeover. -- The Fox News primary -- Limbaugh's flop -- The bigots among us -- The rise of the Alt Right -- The binary choice -- What happened to the Christians? -- IV. Restoring the conservative mind. -- Trolls and flying monkeys : the Right's new culture of intimidation -- The contrarian conservative.

"Once at the center of the American conservative movement ... Sykes [ponders] how the American conservative movement came to lose its values. How did a movement that was defined by its belief in limited government, individual liberty, free markets, traditional values, and civility find itself embracing bigotry, political intransigence, demagoguery, and outright falsehood?"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 S95 2017

Self-interest and social order in classical liberalism : the essays of George H. Smith
Smith, George H., 1949- author
Washington, D.C. : Cato Institute, [2017]
Baker Berry JC574 .S538 2017

Politics and leadership in North Korea : the guerilla dynasty
Buzo, Adrian, author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Approach March: 1912-50 -- The ememy on all sides: 1950-70 -- The tide turns: 1970-80 -- Dwindling options: 1980-6 -- Tactical retreat: 1987-94 -- Triage: 1994-2004 -- Regroup and strike: 2004-11 -- The young marshal takes command: 2011-16 -- Final perspective.

Politics and Leadership in North Korea, now fully updated in this second edition, presents an accessible and comprehensive account of North Korea's political, economic and foreign policies since its creation in 1945. Moving away from media representations of North Korea as dangerously erratic and dysfunctional, Adrian Buzo provides a thorough analysis of Kim Il Sung's vision for the DPRK and demonstrates the consistency of the successive leaderships' approach to politics, economics and international affairs. This second edition has been fully revised and takes into account all the important events of the last fifteen years in North Korea, such as: endemic food shortages; the steady growth of military emphasis in both politics and ideology; the acquisition and continued development of nuclear capabilities; the implementation and eventual failure of South Korea's 'sunshine policy'; the growth of private enterprise and a consumer economy. As such, it will continue to be an essential resource for students of North Korea, East Asian Politics and International Politics.
Baker Berry JQ1729.5.A58 B89 2018

Classified : a history of secrecy in the United States government
Frost, David B., 1945- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Secrecy and the Continental Congress -- The coming of a new Constitution -- The federal Constitutional Convention -- The secrecy issue during the ratification conventions -- Congress opens up its doors -- Secrecy and the public record -- Black budgets and the people's money -- Executive secrecy and publicity -- Executive privilege : the president's power to withhold information -- Federal records and the people's right to know -- Security classification.

"Secrecy has always played a role in American governance, from the First Continental Congress to the Manhattan Project to today's controversial procedures for protecting national security. The author examines the balance between the ideal of openness in government and the real world need for secrecy, and the political accommodations that have been made for each"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JK468.S4 F76 2017

Governing through regulation : public policy, regulation and the law
Windholz, Eric L., author
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction -- The rise of regulatory governance -- Theories of regulation -- Regulatory space and regulatory regimes -- Policy processes and the regulatory policy cycle -- Bad, better and legitimate regulation -- Define: agenda-setting, issue diagnosis and objective setting -- Design: regime variables; option generation -- Decide: regime assessment and selection -- Implement: regime deployment, application and execution -- Evaluate: assessment of regulatory policy and regime -- The future of regulatory governance -- Conclusion.

Over the past forty years, numerous theoretical advances have been made. From Ayres' and Braithwaite's ground breaking work on 'responsive regulation', we have seen models of 'smart regulation', 'regulatory governance' and 'regulatory capitalism' emerge to capture the growing prevalence and importance of regulation in modern liberal Western capitalist societies. Important advances also have been made in the practice of regulation, with regulators evolving from traditional enforcement focussed 'command and control' models to being 'modern regulators' with a suite of diverse and innovative regulatory tools at their disposal. --
Baker Berry JC330.15 .W56 2018

Emotions and mass atrocity : philosophical and theoretical explorations
edited by Thomas Brudholm, University of Copenhagen, Johannes Lang, Danish Institute for International Studies
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction : Emotions and Mass Atrocity / Thomas Brudholm and Johannes Lang -- Part I. Causes and Dynamics. Mass Exterminations and the History of Emotions : The View from Classical Antiquity / David Konstan -- Fear, Hope, and the Formation of Specific Intention in Genocide / Neta C. Crawford -- The Proud Executioner : Pride and the Psychology of Genocide / Johannes Lang -- Pondering Hatred / Thomas Brudholm and Birgitte Schepelern Johansen -- Social Science and the Study of Perpetrators / Arne Johan Vetlesen -- Part II. Emotional Responses. "Destroy Your Sight with a New Gorgon" : Mass Atrocity and the Phenomenology of Horror / Adriana Cavarero -- Perpetrator Disgust : A Morally Destructive Emotion / Ditte Marie Munch-Jurisic -- Unraveling the Meaning of Survivor Shame / Alba Montes Sánchez and Dan Zahavi -- Beyond Empathy and Compassion : Genocide and the Emotional Complexities of Humanitarian Politics / Andrew A.G. Ross -- Part III. Repair and Commemoration. Hope(s) after Genocide / Margaret Urban Walker -- Traumatic Emotions / Jeffrey Blustein -- Embarrassment and Political Repair / Nir Eisikovits.
Baker Berry JC328.6 .E46 2018

Sovereignty, state failure and human rights : petty despots and exemplary villains
Englehart, Neil A., 1964- author
London : New York : 2017
Rights and the state -- State failure -- A global view -- Afghanistan : catastrophic collapse -- Burma/Myanmar : the illusion of strength -- Bihar : the privatization of violence.
Baker Berry JC571 .E6824 2017

Immigration and categorical inequality : migration to the city and the birth of race and ethnicity
edited by Ernesto Castañeda
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JV6225 .I465 2018

Researching non-state actors in international security : theory and practice
edited by Andreas Kruck and Andrea Schneiker
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
1. Introduction: Researching Non-State Actors in International Security - A Multitude of Challenges, a Plurality of Approaches, Andreas Kruck and Andrea Schneiker. 2. Conceptualizing Political Violence of Non-State Actors in International Security Research, Andreas Armborst. Part I: Interpreting Texts. 3. Rebels without a Cause: Narrative Analysis as a Method for Research on Rebel Movements, Alexander Spencer. 4. PMSCs and Twitter: Sentiment Analysis as a Tool for Evaluating Social Media Data, Magnus Dau and Marlen Martin 5. Semi-Structured Interviews with Non-State and Security Actors, Anja Mihr. 6. Combining Semi-Structured Interviews and Document Analysis in a Study of Private Security Expertise, Joakim Berndtsson. 7. Discussion Chapter: Comments on "Interpreting Texts", Jutta Joachim. Part II: Establishing Causal Claims. 8. (Comparative) Case Studies: Combining Case Study Techniques for the Causal Analysis of Security Privatization, Andreas Kruck. 9. Qualitative Comparative Analysis and the Study of Non-State Actors, Patrick Mello. 10. Geospatial Analyses of Non-State Actors in Violent Conflicts, Alexander De Juan. 11. Discussion Chapter: Shadow Boxing in Plato's Cave: Assessing Causal Claims, Bertjan Verbeek. Part III: Doing Fieldwork. 12. An Ethnographic Approach to Non-State Security: Participation Observation among Private Security Officers, Tessa Diphoorn. 13. Using Experimental Methods in Post-Conflict Countries to Understand the Effects of Gender Reforms in the Liberian National Police, Sabrina Karim. 14. Empirical Assessment of (Policy) Effectiveness: The Role of Business in Zones of Conflict, Melanie Coni-Zimmer and Klaus Dieter Wolf. 15. Discussion Chapter: Practicing Reflexivity in Field Research, Jacqui True. Conclusions and Perspectives for Researching Non-State Actors in International Security. 16. From Cookbooks to Dictionaries in the Making: Methodological Perspectives for Research of Non-State Actors and Processes, Anna Leander.

All researchers face the same challenge, not only must they identify a suitable method for analysing their research question, they must also apply it. This volume prepares students and scholars for the key challenges they confront when using social-science methods in their own research. To bridge the gap between knowing methods and actually employing them, the book not only introduces a broad range of interpretive and explanatory methods, it also discusses their practical application. Contributors reflect on how they have used methods, or combinations of methods, such as narrative analysis, interviews, qualitative comparative analysis (QCA), case studies, experiments or participant observation in their own research on non-state actors in international security. Moreover, experts on the relevant methods discuss these applications as well as the merits and limitations of the various methods in use. Research on non-state actors in international security provides ample challenges and opportunities to probe different methodological approaches. It is thus particularly instructive for students and scholars seeking insights on how to best use particular methods for their research projects in International Relations (IR), security studies and neighbouring disciplines. It also offers an innovative laboratory for developing new research techniques and engaging in unconventional combinations of methods. This book will be of much interest to students of non-state security actors such as private military and security companies, research methods, security studies and International Relations in general. --
Baker Berry JZ4059 .R47 2017

The idea of failed states : community, society, nation, and patterns of cohesion
Breede, H. Christian, author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
The question of why some states are strong and others weak has traditionally been addressed using measures of economic growth, resources, and quality of life. This book compares the dimensions of state strength characterised by community, society, and nation and uses social capital concepts to further illuminate them. Applying this approach across forty-two countries shows 'weak' states exhibiting a consistent and unique patterns of relationships between community, society, and nation as well as equally consistent and unique relationships in strong states. A blend of theory and empirics, The Idea of Failed States present a new way to think about the state - one that applies to both strong and weak alike.--
Baker Berry JC328.7 .B75 2017

Chongqing's Red culture campaign : simulation and its social implications
Xiao, Mei, 1985- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JQ1519.A5 X52436 2018

National identity and Europe in times of crisis : doing and undoing Europe
edited by Christian Karner, Monika Kopytowska
Bingley, UK ; Emerald Publishing, 2017
Introduction: discursively doing and undoing Europe / Christian Karner and Monika Kopytowska -- Transnationalism as an index to construct European identities: an analysis of 'transEuropean' discourses / Franco Zappettini -- Discursively 'undoing' and 'doing Europe' the Austrian way / Christian Karner -- Britain, Bulgaria and benefits: the political rhetoric of European (dis)intergration / James Moir -- European security under threat: mediating the crisis and constructing the other / Monika Kopytowska and Lukasz Grabowski -- Europe and the front national stance: shifting the blame / Fabienne Baider and Maria Constantinou -- Circling the wagons: the alternative fur Deutschland and the rise of Eurosceptic populism in Germany / Christian Nestler and Jan Rohgalf -- From national consensus to a new cleavage? The discursive negotiation of Europe in the Greek public debate during the economic crisis, 2010-2015 / Zinovia Lialiouti -- Towards a (dis)integrated Europe: the constructs of 'Europe' and 'Troika' versus 'Portugal' and 'The Portuguese' in a corpus of Portuguese opinion articles / Alexandra Pinto -- Doing or undoing Europe critically in the Lisbon Treaty debate: a cropus-based analysis of British newspapers / Chiara Nasti -- Torn between agendas: Macedonian national identity between Europe and its multicultural agendas / Maja Muhic -- Setting accounts with the troublesome past: self-criticism in Poland and Eastern Europe / Magdalena Nowicka-Franczak.
Baker Berry JC311 .N29144 2017

Timespace and international migration
edited by Elizabeth Mavroudi (Department of Geography, Loughborough University, UK), Ben Page (Department of Geography, University College London, UK), Anastasia Christou (Department of Criminology and Sociology, Middlesex University, UK)
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]
Baker Berry JV6035 .T56 2017

Immanence and micropolitics : Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Foucault and Deleuze
Gilliam, Christian, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press Ltd, [2017]
Christian Gilliam argues that a philosophy of pure immanence is integral to the development of an alternative understanding of the political; one that re-orients our understanding of the self toward the concept of an unconscious, or micropolitical, life of desire. Through proving its philosophical context, lineage and political import, Gilliam shows that immanence is necessary understanding politics and resistance.
Baker Berry JA71 .G54 2017

Between democracy and technocracy : regulating administrative guidance in Japan
Lebo, Franklin Barr, author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., [2018]
Structure of the Japanese government -- Case study 1 : Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) -- Case study 2 : Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) -- Case study 3 : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism (MLITT) -- Case study 4 : Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare (MHLW) -- Case study 5 : Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry.

Franklin Barr Lebo takes a fresh look at the controversial relationship between elected officials and government agents in Japan. Doing so requires opening the black box of the Japanese state and peering at policymaking in action. Between Democracy and Technocracy thus offers a rare glimpse into how the civil servants who staff Japan;s famed ministries are trained and when they exercise their potent discretionary powers--back cover.
Baker Berry JQ1642 .K43 2018

Decolonization and conflict : colonial comparisons and legacies
edited by Martin Thomas and Gareth Curless
London ; Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc, 2017
Introduction : decolonization, conflict, and counter-insurgency / Martin Thomas & Gareth Curless -- Seeing like a soldier : the Amritsar massacre and the politics of military history / Kim Wagner -- Confronting revolt in France's interwar empire : counter-insurgency in 1920s Morocco and Syria / Martin Thomas -- The plantation as counterinsurgency tool : Indonesia 1900-1950 / Roel Frakking -- The sten gun is mightier than the pen : the failure of colonial police reform after 1945 / Gareth Curless -- "A litigious island" : law, rights, and counterinsurgencyduring the Cyprus Emergency / Brian Drohan -- "A battle in the field of human relations" : the official minds of repressive development in Portuguese Angola / Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo -- Strategic villages : forced relocation, counterinsurgency and social engineering in Kenya and Algeria, 1952-1962 / Moritz Feichtinger -- Reconsidering women's roles in the Mau Mau Rebellion in Kenya, 1952-1960 / Katherine Bruce-Lockhart -- The art of counterinsurgency analysis : phases in the Malayan and Kenyan emergencies / Karl Hack -- Rebel sanctuaries and late colonial conflict : the case of West Germany during Algeria's War of Independence, 1954-1962 / Mathilde von Blow -- David Galula and Maurice Papon : a watershed in COIN strategy in de Gaulle's Paris / Emmanuel Blanchard and Neil MacMaster -- Escaping the empire's shadow : British military thinking about insurgency on the eve of the Northern Ireland Troubles / Huw Bennett -- Shadow warriors : the Phoenix Program and American clandestine policing in Vietnam / Jeremy Kuzmarov.

Insurgency-based irregular warfare typifies armed conflict in the post-Cold War age. For some years now, western and other governments have struggled to contend with ideologically driven guerrilla movements, religiously inspired militias, and systematic targeting of civilian populations. Numerous conflicts of this type are rooted in experiences of empire breakdown. Yet few multi-empire studies of decolonisation's violence exist. Decolonization and Conflict brings together expertise on a variety of different cases to offer new perspectives on the colonial conflicts that engulfed Europe's empires after 1945. The contributors analyse multiple forms of colonial counter-insurgency from the military engagement of anti-colonial movements to the forced removal of civilian populations and the application of new doctrines of psychological warfare. Contributors to the collection also show how insurgencies, their propaganda and methods of action were inherently transnational and inter-connected. The resulting study is a vital contribution to our understanding of contested decolonization. It emphasises the global connections at work and reveals the contemporary resonances of both anti-colonial insurgencies and the means devised to counter them.
Baker Berry JV151 .D357 2017

Cultural politics in the age of austerity
edited by David Berry
London ; Routledge, 2017
In 2008 another economic crisis emerged in the long history of capitalism which created a period of austerity economics across many nations. Cultural Politics in the Age of Austerity examines how austerity has impacted upon cultural politics in relation to understanding how established power is both maintained and challenged. The book begins by detailing the meaning of cultural politics before exploring themes such as media discourse, austerity narratives, class, cultural hegemony/government policymaking, social movements and the European Union, and left responses to austerity. It also includes chapters tracing cultural politics in Spain, with a focus on anti-austerity movements and the relationship between austerity and Spanish football. Cultural Politics in the Age of Austerity assesses the impact of a range of cultural/political forms concerning the dynamics of society and relations of power during times of crisis. As such, it will appeal to scholars of culture, media, politics, philosophy, sociology and social psychology. --
Baker Berry JA75.7 .C8373 2017

Would the world be better without the UN?
Weiss, Thomas G. 1946- author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
Do we need the United Nations? Would the contemporary world be without its largest intergovernmental organization? And where might it be had the UN's member states and staff performed better? These fundamental questions are explored in this hard-hitting, authoritative book by the leading analyst of UN history and politics, Thomas G. Weiss. While counterfactuals are often dismissed as academic contrivances, they can serve to focus the mind; and, here, Weiss uses them ably to demonstrate the pluses and minuses of multilateral cooperation. He is not shy about UN achievements and failures drawn from its ideas and operatiosn in its three substantive pillars of activities: international peace and security; human rights and humanitarian action; and sustainable development. But, he argues, the inward-looking and populist movements in electoral politics worldwide make robust multilateralism more, not less, compelling. The selection of António Guterres as the ninth UN secretary-general shoudl rekindle critical thinking about the potential for international cooperation. There is a desperate need to reinvigorate and update rather than jettison the UN in responding to threats from climate change to pandemcis, from proliferation to terrorism. Weiss tells you why and how--back cover.
Baker Berry JZ4984.5 .W4595 2018

The resurgence of populism in Latin America
Barr, Robert R. author
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2017
Populism in Latin America -- The concepts of populism -- Explaining the third era -- Populism in Bolivia -- A regional view -- Outsiders and others -- The implications of populism.

Latin America has recently experienced a powerful resurgence of populism, a phenomenon that has had an outsized influence on the region's politics. What explains this resurgence? And what is distinctive about this new populist era? Answering these questions, Robert Barr offers a refined conceptualization of populism and an intriguing explanation of its recent electoral successes across the continent. --
Baker Berry JL966 .B365 2017

On building peace : rescuing the nation-state and saving the United Nations
Schulenburg, Michael von der, author
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2017]
The fading of the post-Cold War peace order -- The failing of the nation-state -- The marginalization of the United Nations -- Rescuing the nation-state -- Building peace on collective security -- Striking a new grand bargain for global peace and security.

Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, new geopolitical changes have eroded Western dominance, and in its place has emerged a multipolar world encompassing a number of global and regional players. At the same time, intrastate conflicts have begun replacing interstate wars as the major threat to world peace and security, causing new challenges for diplomats and other peacekeepers accustomed to focusing only on the relations between countries. This book explores these issues and demonstrates the vital need for international organisations such as the United Nations to turn a new eye to events taking place within nation states. Michael von der Schulenburg argues for the development of internationally accepted principles and rules for intervening in intrastate conflicts, including those caused by corrupt governments or militant groups. Ultimately, the book offers a groundbreaking approach to international politics and diplomacy, as well as new tools for the creation of effective peace building strategies.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .S385 2017

The rise of Catalan independence : Spain's territorial crisis
Dowling, Andrew, author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
As recently as the mid-2000s, Catalonia was described and analysed by scholars as exhibiting a non-secessionist nationalism and was seen within Europe and beyond as a role model for successful devolution which had much to teach other parts of the world. The Spanish state seemed to be on a journey towards an authentic federal order and was generally admired. However, the new century has been marked by an ever-growing independence movement, with 47.8 per cent of Catalonia voting in favour of independence in September 2015. Pro-independence mobilization has produced a rupture in political relations with the rest of Spain leading to a sovereignty struggle with Madrid. This book explores how an accumulation of long-, medium- and short-term factors have produced the current situation and why the Spanish territorial model has been unable or possibly, unwilling, to respond. The Catalan question is not purely a Spanish problem: it has direct implications for the traditional nation-state model, in Europe and beyond.--
Baker Berry JN8231 .D69 2018

Liberalism in neoliberal times : dimensions, contradictions, limits
edited by Alejandro Abraham-Hamanoiel, Des Freedman, Gholam Khiabany, Kate Nash, and Julian Petley
London : Goldsmiths Press, [2017]
What is "Neo" about Neoliberalism? / Will Davies -- Human Rights, Markets, States, and Movements / Kate Nash -- Human Rights : From Universalism to Pragmatism / David Chandler -- Human Rights and the Paradoxes of Liberalism / Costas Douzinas -- Rights and Power : Illiberal Constitutions of Latin America / Roberto Gargarella -- Rights : What are They Good For? / Nivedita Menon -- Sexual Subalterns, Human Rights and the Limits of the Liberal Imaginary / Ratna Kapur -- Human Rights and Its Inherent Liberal Relativism / Abdullahi An-Naim -- Who is the Human in Human Rights? / Anne Phillips -- The European Court of Human Rights : Would Marx have Endorsed It? / [author name] -- Intervention : Imperialism or Human Rights? / Ray Kiely -- The Role of 'Best Examples' in Human Rights / Monika Krause -- The Modalities of Media Liberalism / Julian Petley -- Liberalism and the Media / Robert W. McChesney -- Liberal Legacies and Media Reform after Neoliberalism / Jonathan Hardy -- Liberal Reform and Normativity in Media Analysis / John Steel -- Liberalism, the Media and the NHS / Colin Leys -- Charlie Hebdo Tragedy : Free Speech and Its Broader Contexts / Des Freedman -- Latin American Media and the Shortcomings of Liberalism / Alejandro Abraham-Hamanoiel -- The Best of Times and the Worst of Times : Dissent, Surveillance and the Limits of the Liberal State / Natalie Fenton -- Patrimonial Capitalism Re-Booted and the End of the Liberal University / John Holmwood -- When Liberals Fail to Defend Academic Freedom / Priyamvada Gopal -- Apprentice or Student? : The New Old Choice for Young People / Patrick Ainley -- New Managerialism in Education : The Organisational Form of Neoliberalism / Kathleen Lynch -- The Liberal Arts in Neoliberal Times / Toby Miller -- Neoliberalism and the End of Education / Michael Wayne -- Freedom of Speech is Always under Attack in Privileged White Man Land / Howard Littler -- Prevent Education? / Jonathan Rosenhead -- Social Science Inc / John Holmwood -- The Strange Death of the Liberal University / Michael Bailey -- A Dialogue between Enlightenment Liberals And Neoliberal Elites on the Idea of the University / Joan Pedro-Carana -- Liberalism and Gender / Milly Williamson -- Zionism and Liberalism : Complementary or Contradictory? / Haim Bresheeth -- Ending Racial Oppression Means Transcending the Limits of Liberal Politics / Arun Kundnani -- Liberalism's Spawn : Imperialist Feminism from the 19th Century to the War on Terror / Deepa Kumar -- Who Exactly is the "We" that Liberalism Talks About? / Annabelle Sreberny.

What does it mean to be liberal in neoliberal conditions? In this collection of short essays, contributors from sociology, politics and media and communications argue for the continued relevance of liberals and liberalism in a seemingly illiberal age. The authors interrogate the theories, histories, practices and contradictions of liberalism in relation to four central areas of public life: human rights, ethnicity and gender, education and the media. They contend that liberalism in all its forms continues to underpin specific institutions such as the university, the free press, the courts and parliamentary democracy, and that liberal ideas are regularly mobilised in areas such as counter-terrorism, minority rights, privacy and the pursuit of knowledge. They grapple with the transformations in, as well as the transformative aspects of, liberalism and highlight both its liberating and limiting capacities. We may not agree on much but we can certainly agree that an understanding of liberalism is simply too important to be left to the liberals. --
Baker Berry JC574 .L5196 2017

The next public administration : debates & dilemmas
Peters, B. Guy, author
Los Angeles : SAGE, [2018]
Public administration in democratic governance -- Management and administration -- Bureaucrats versus service providers: personnel in the public sector -- Neutrality versus responsiveness -- Fragmentation versus strategy -- Simplicity versus complexity: programs and implementation -- Rationality versus routine: how do public organizations make decisions? -- Autonomy versus integration -- Rationality versus incrementalism: funding public organizations -- Authority versus democracy -- Conclusions: the new public administration.

Critically reviewing the modernization of public management reform, this book explores the past, present and future of public administration. It reasserts public administration as an integral component of democratic governance and fostering a state-citizen relationship. Wide-ranging in scope, The Next Public Administration: extends basic public administration to consider issues associated with management, governance and democracy; covers core public administration concepts and their evolution through time; draws on an international spread of examples, bringing theoretical discussions to life; includes lists of further reading--back cover.
Baker Berry JF1351 .P3943 2018

Transitions to good governance : creating virtuous circles of anti-corruption
edited by Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Michael Johnston
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., [2017]
Introduction : identifying and explaining governance virtuous circles / Alina Mungiu-Pippidi -- The atypical achievers : Botswana, Qatar and Rwanda / David Sebudubudu, Lina Khatib and Alessandro Bozzini -- The Uruguayan path from particularism to universalism / Daniel Buquet Corleto and Rafael Piñeiro -- Georgia : breaking out of a vicious circle / Alexander Kupatadze -- The world's smallest virtuous circle : Estonia / Valts Kalniņš -- South Korea : the odyssey to corruption control : Jong-sung You -- Tracing Taiwan's road to good governance / Christian Göbel -- Costa Rica : tipping points and an incomplete journey / Bruce M. Wilson and Evelyn Villareal -- Chile : human agency against the odds / Patricio Navia, Alina Mungiu-Pippidi and Maira Martini -- Conclusions and lessons learned / Alina Mungiu-Pippidi and Michael Johnston.

"Why have so few countries managed to leave systematic corruption behind, while in many others modernization is still a mere façade? How do we escape the trap of corruption, to reach a governance system based on ethical universalism? In this unique book, [the editors] lead a team of eminent researchers on an illuminating path towards deconstructing the few virtuous circles in contemporary governance. The book combines a solid theoretical framework with quantitative evidence and case studies from around the world. While extracting lessons to be learned from the success cases covered, [this book] avoids being prescriptive and successfully contributes to the understanding of virtuous circles in contemporary good governance. Offering a balanced and grounded perspective, this collection combines analytic narratives of existing virtuous circles and how they were established, with an analysis of the global evidence. In doing so the authors explain why governance is so resistant to change, and describe the lessons to be remembered for international anti-corruption efforts. Exploring the primacy of politics over economic development, and in order to understand how vicious circles can be broken, the expert contributions trace the progress of countries that have successfully transitioned. Unprecedentedly, this book goes beyond the tests of different variables to showcase human agency on every continent and reveals why some nations make the best and others the worst of the same development legacies. This comprehensive examination of virtuous circles of governance will appeal to all scholars with an interest in transitions, democratization, anti-corruption and good governance. Policy-makers and practitioners in the fields of international development, good governance and democracy support will find it an invaluable resource"--
Baker Berry JF1081 .T73 2017

Digital democracy in a globalized world
edited by Corien Prins, Colette Cuijpers, Peter L. Lindseth, Mônica Rosina
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Pub., [2017]
Digitalization through the lens of law and democracy / Maurice Adams and Corien Prins -- E-democracy, the global citizen, and multilevel constitutionalism / Ingolf Pernice -- In search of the holy grail : a principled approach to multistakeholder governance in internet policy-making / Nicolo Zingales and Roxana Radu -- The broken promises of democracy in the information era / Ugo Pagallo -- Depoliticization in the digital infosphere : when communication runs counter-democratic / Emre Bayamlıoğlu -- The ambivalence of the impact of digitalization on democracy through the lens of privacy and transparency / Colette Cuijpers -- Election integrity : the constitutionality of transitioning to electronic voting in comparative terms / Rivka Weill -- Digital democracy in Brazil : is technology a game-changer? / Mônica Rosina, Luiz Fernando Marrey Moncau and Eduardo Alves Lazzari -- Deliberative democracy and digital urban design in a Canadian city : the case of the McGill Online Design Studio / Hoi L Kong, Nik Luka, Jaimie Cudmore and Andrea Dumas -- Digital support for enhanced democratic participation in US rulemaking / Cynthia R Farina, Cheryl L Blake, Mary Newhart and Chaebong Nam -- The European citizens' initiative : an effective tool to promote a digital European democracy? / Marie-José Garot -- Digital tools and the derailment of Iceland́'s new constitution / Thorvaldur Gylfason and Anne Meuwese -- Digital democracy in Belgium and the Netherlands : a socio-legal analysis of technologies, embedding and expectations of two fourth wave innovations / Koen van Aeken -- Digitization and democracy in China : the new Hunger Games / Bo Zhao -- Internet censorship in India : Internet censorship in India : the law and beyond / Arpan Banerjee -- Technology, democracy, and institutional change / Peter L Lindseth.
Baker Berry JC423 .D628 2017

Anarchy, state, and utopia
Nozick, Robert, author
New York : Basic Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group, 2013
Why state-of-nature theory -- The state of nature -- Moral constraints and the state -- Prohibition, compensation, and risk -- The state -- Further considerations on the argument for the state -- Distributive justice -- Equality, envy, exploitation, etc. -- Demoktesis -- A framework for utopia.

Literaturverz. S. 355 - 360.
Baker Berry JC571 .N68 2013

Ideology and social protests in Eastern Europe : beyond the transition's liberal consensus
Stoyanova, Veronika, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
1. Introduction : studying popular mobilisation in the post-socialist context -- 2. Anti-populism and its critics : the battle over the "liberal consensus" -- 3. Classificatory struggles and civil society through the lens of Gramsci's theory of hegemony and Bloch's theory of ideology and utopia -- 4. The concept of civil society during the "transition" : its road to hegemony and its utopian surplus -- 5. Against the liberal consensus : a civil society of the people -- 6. In defence of the liberal consensus : civil society of the middle class -- 7. Hegemonic class struggles over the liberal consensus in the post-socialist context.
Baker Berry JC599.E92 S76 2018

Party on! : political parties from Hamilton and Jefferson to Trump
White, John Kenneth, 1952- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JK2261 .W55 2018

Migrants and citizens : justice and responsibility in the ethics of immigration
Rajendra, Tisha M., 1977- author
Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2017
Foreword / by Daniel G. Groody, CSC -- Introduction -- The inadequacy of human rights and the preferential option for the poor -- Migration theory and migration ethics -- In search of better narratives -- Theories of justice in global perspective -- Justice as fidelity to the demands of a relationship -- Justice as responsibility to relationships -- Conclusion: The Good Samaritan revisited.

What responsibilities do citizens have to migrants and potential migrants? What responsibilities do migrants themselves have? What is the basis of those responsibilities? In this book Tisha Rajendra reframes the confused and often heated debate surrounding immigration and develops a Christian ethic that can address these neglected questions. Rajendra begins by illuminating the flawed narratives about migrants that are often used in political debates on the subject. She goes on to propose a new definition of justice that is based on responsibility to relationships, drawing on the concrete experience of migrants, ethical theory, migration theory, and the relational ethics of the Bible.
Baker Berry JV6038 .R34 2017

Within and beyond citizenship : borders, membership and belonging
edited by Roberto G. Gonzales and Nando Sigona
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2017
Mapping the soft borders of citizenship : an introduction / Roberto G. Gonzales and Nando Sigona -- Citizenship's shadow : obscene inclusion, abject belonging or the regularities of irregularity / Nicholas De Genova -- Spaces of legal ambiguity : Central American immigrants, street-level workers, and belonging / Cecilia Menjívar -- Till deportation do us part : the effect of U.S. immigration law on mixed-status couples' experience of citizenship / Jane Lilly López -- Inclusive exclusion? The regulation and experience of citizenship in a space of irregular migration in Istanbul / Kristen Sarah Biehl -- Citizenship acts : legality, power and the limits of political action / Irene Bloemraad, Heidy Sarabia and Angela Fillingim -- Squatting as a practice of citizenship : the experiences of Moroccan immigrant women in Rome / Rosa Parisi -- Voice matters : calling for victimhood, shared humanity and citizenry of irregular migrants in Norway / Synnøve Bendixsen -- Marching beyond borders: non-citizen citizenship and transnational undocumented activism in Europe / Thomas Swerts -- Boundary practices of citizenship : Europe's Roma at the nexus of securitization and citizenship / Huub van Baar -- The unworthy citizen : a brief commentary / Bridget Anderson and Matthew J. Gibney.
Baker Berry JF801 .W57 2017

What unites us : reflections on patriotism
Rather, Dan, author
Chapel Hill, North Carolina : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2017
What is patriotism? -- Freedom. The vote ; Dissent ; The press -- Community. Inclusion ; Empathy ; Immigration -- Exploration. Science ; Books ; The arts -- Responsibility. The environment ; Public education ; Service -- Character. Audacity ; Steady ; Courage.

At a moment of crisis over our national identity, journalist Dan Rather reflects on what it means to be an American. He reminds us of the principles upon which the United States was founded. Looking at the freedoms that define us, from the vote to the press; the values that have transformed us, from empathy to inclusion to service; the institutions that sustain us, such as public education; and the traits that helped form our young country, such as the audacity to take on daunting challenges in science and medicine, Rather brings to bear his decades of experience on the frontlines of the world's biggest stories. As a living witness to historical change, he offers up an intimate view of history, tracing where we have been in order to help us chart a way forward and heal our bitter divisions.
Baker Berry JK1759 .R35 2017

Tunisia's national intelligence : why rogue elephants fail to reform
Jebnoun, Noureddine, author
Washington, DC : New Academia Publishing : 2017
Baker Berry JQ3329.5.I6 J43 2017

Neither liberal nor conservative : ideological innocence in the American public
Kinder, Donald R., author
Chicago ; The University of Chicago Press, [2017]
Introduction: innocent of ideology? -- Converse and his critics -- Converse's claim -- The great debate -- The nature of ideological identification in mass publics -- Meaning and measurement of ideological identification -- Becoming ideological -- In the long run -- Consequences? -- Conclusion -- Findings and implications -- Appendix A: alternative measures of ideological identification -- Appendix B: are moderates ideological?

Congress is crippled by theological conflict. The political parties are more polarized today than at any time since the Civil War. Americans disagree, fiercely, on just about everything, from terrorism and national security, to taxes and government spending, to immigration and gay marriage. Well, American elites disagree fiercely. But average Americans do not. This, at least, was the position staked out by Philip E. Converse in his famous essay on belief systems, which drew on surveys carried out during the Eisenhower era to conclude that most Americans were innocent of ideology. In Neither Liberal nor Conservative, Donald R. Kinder and Nathan P. Kalmoe argue that ideological innocence applies nearly as well to the current state of American public opinion. Real liberals and real conservatives are found in impressive numbers only among those who are deeply engaged in political life. The ideological battles between American political elites show up as scattered skirmishes in the general public, if they show up at all. If ideology is out of reach for all but a few who are deeply and seriously engaged in political life, how do Americans decide whom to elect president or whether affirmative action is good or bad? Kinder and Kalmoe offer a persuasive group-centered answer. Political preferences arise less from ideological differences than from the attachments and antagonisms of group life. -- from back cover.
Baker Berry JK1764 .K546 2017

Party systems in young democracies : varieties of institutionalization in Sub-Saharan Africa
Sanches, Edalina Rodrigues, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction: Researching party system institutionalization -- Varieties of party system institutionalization -- Explaining diversity : an eclectic analysis of party system institutionalization -- Cape Verde : an adequately institutionalized party system -- Zambia : an inadequately institutionalized party system -- Mozambique : an overinstitutionalized party system -- Conclusion: Converging trends of party system development? Africa from a comparative perspective.

Institutionalization has become a paramount concept to compare party systems in regions spanned by the third wave of democratization. Based on raw electoral data from 30 sub-Saharan African countries observed between 1966 and 2016, this text explores the causes and mechanisms of Party System Institutionalization (PSI) and its relationship with the processes of mobilization and democratization. Posing key theoretical and empirical questions in cross-regional comparison, it examines and reveals the defining properties of PSI, how they should be measured and under what conditions it varies. In doing so, it contributes with a new explanatory framework of party system development - that gives primacy to modes of transition, political institutions and party-citizen linkages - to further cross-regional comparisons among third-wave party systems. This text will be of key interest to scholars and students of democratization, elections, and African politics, and more broadly to comparative politics. --
Baker Berry JQ1879.A795 S26 2018

The trumping of American politics : the strange case of the 2016 presidential election
Genovese, Michael A., author
Amherst, New York : Cambria Press, [2017]
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .G46 2017

Shaping citizenship : a political concept in theory, debate and practice
edited by Claudia Wiesner, Anna Björk, Hanna-Mari Kivistö and Katja Mäkinen
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : shaping citizenship as a political concept / Claudia Wiesner, Anna Björk, Hanna-Mari Kivitä and Katja Mäkinen -- Theorising citizenship / Anna Björk, Hanna-Mari Kivistö, Katja Mäkinen and Claudia Wiesner -- Prototype citizenship : evolving concepts of inclusion and order / Mikhail Ilyin -- The concept of "good enough citizen" revisited : an exploration of current discourses on political participation / Elena García-Guitián -- Citizenship, democracy and the iconology of political representation : a plea for an iconological turn in democratic theory / Hans Lietzmann -- Abstaining citizenship : deliberative and epistocratic understandings of refraining from voting / Francisco Javier Gil Martín -- Debating citizenship / Hanna-Mari Kivistö, Anna Björk, Katja Mäkinen and Claudia Wiesner -- Right of the politically persecuted non-citizen or right of the state? : conceptual debates on asylum / Hanna-Mari Kivistö -- Temporality at the borders of citizenship : conditioning access in the case of the United Kingdom / Anna Björk -- Access to medical care : a citizenship right or a human right? : on struggles over rights, entitlement and membership in contemporary Sweden / Amanda Nielsen -- The non-state Sámi : struggle for indigenous citizenship in the European North / Sanna Valkonen and Jarno Valkonen -- Practising citizenship / Katja Mäkinen, Anna Björk, Hanna-Mari Kivitö and Claudia Wiesner -- Shaping citizenship practice through laws : rights and conceptual innovations in the EU / Claudia Wiesner -- Practicing European industrial citizenship : the case of labour migration to Germany / Nathan Lillie and Ines Wagner -- "All about doing democracy"? : participation and citizenship in EU projects / Katja Mäkinen -- Dual citizenship and voting rights : domestic practices and interstate tensions / Heino Nyyssönen and Jussi Metsälä -- Conclusion : contested conceptualisations of citizenship / Claudia Wiesner, Anna Björk, Hanna-Mari Kivitä and Katja Mäkinen.
Baker Berry JF801 .S455 2018

Global trends and transitions in security expertise : nuclear deterrence to climate change and back again
McGann, James G., author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
What is a "security and international affairs think tank"? -- What is "expertise"? -- What is "security studies"? -- What is security expertise? -- Methodology -- Think tank trends and regional breakdown by security FOCI -- Case studies -- Conclusions and areas for future research.
Baker Berry JZ5588 .M38 2018

The future of intelligence
Lowenthal, Mark M., author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
What this book is about -- Technology vectors -- Analysis vectors -- Governance vectors -- Looking ahead.

"Intelligence is, by definition, a shadowy business. Yet many aspects of this secret world are now more openly analyzed and discussed, a trend which has inevitably prompted lively debate about intelligence gathering and analysis: what should be allowed? What boundaries, if any, should be drawn? And what changes and challenges lie ahead for intelligence activities and agencies? In this compelling book, leading intelligence scholar Mark Lowenthal explores the future of intelligence. There are, he argues, three broad areas--information technology and intelligence collection; analysis; and governance--that indicate the potential for rather dramatic change in the world of intelligence. But whether these important vectors for change will improve how intelligence works or make it more difficult remains to be seen. The only certainty is that intelligence will remain an essential feature of statecraft in our increasingly dangerous world. Drawing on the author's forty years' experience in U.S. intelligence, The Future of Intelligence offers a broad and authoritative starting point for the ongoing debate about what intelligence could be and how it may function in the years ahead"--
Baker Berry JK468.I6 L644 2018

Democracy 2.0 : media, political literacy, and critical engagement
edited by Paul R. Carr, Michael Hoechsmann, and Gina Thésée ; foreword by Shirley R. Steinberg ; afterword by Peter McLaren
Leiden ; Brill Sense, [2018]
Introduction : democracy 2.0, old and new media, and the quest for engaged participation / Michael Hoechsmann, Paul R. Carr and Gina Thesee -- Technocracy, education, and the global imperative / Peter Pericles Trifonas -- Voluntary subservience and capitalist religion in the era of reality television politics / William M. Reynolds -- The development of democratic citizenship within the context of education for Latin American unification : media literacy 2.0, from classroom praxis to critical engagement / Raul Olmo Fregoso Bailon and Felipe de Jesus Alatorre Rodriguez -- Digital citizens, not just consumers : defining digital citizenship for democracy / Megan Ryland -- Engagement with the mainstream media and the relationship to political literacy the influence of hegemonic education on democracy / Paul R. Carr, Gary W.J. Pluim and Lauren Howard -- Embodiment as discourse in indigenous photography : narrative as multiplicitous reality / Kalli Paakspuu -- The role of social media in Africa's democratic transitions : lessons from Burundi / Anne Munene and Ibrahim Magara -- Critical pedagogy through participatory video : possibilities for post-colonial higher education in the Caribbean / Lynette Sampson -- Community-driven media in Australia : the public pedagogy of Australian indigenous activism / Renee Desmarchelier, Jon Austin and Cally Jetta -- The battle for free universal education in Chile : the use of Youtube in the student protests of 2011 / Salome Sola-Morales -- The #ocupaescola ("#occupyschool") movement : counter-hegemonic media and new ways to fight for education / Ivan Bomfim -- "Democracy! not just for locals but for us too!" : exploring multiethnic young people's calls for social change in Hong Kong through cellphilms / Casey Burkholder -- Afterword : danger ahead ready yourself and join the struggle / Peter McLaren.
Baker Berry JF799.5 .D47 2018

The origins of international counterterrorism : Switzerland at the forefront of crisis negotiations, multilateral diplomacy, and intelligence cooperation (1969-1977)
Guttmann, Aviva, author
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Brill, [2018]
Switzerland suffered four major terrorist attacks in 1969 and 1970, which forced the Swiss government to address the issue of international terrorism for the first time. Subsequently, "neutral" Switzerland worked closely with Western Cold War powers to develop international counterterrorism measures and forged a European-Israeli counterterrorist alignment to counter Palestinian terrorism in Europe.0Using recently declassified archival records, this book is the first study to examine how the Swiss government positioned the country within the international struggle against terrorism. The book brings to light the creation of the Club de Berne, a secret European network of intelligence agencies connected to Israel and the United States. It offers new insights about the history of Swiss, Western European, and Israeli security cooperation.
Baker Berry JZ5595 .G88 2018

When democracies collapse : assessing transitions to non-democratic regimes in the contemporary world
Tomini, Luca, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Transition to non-democratic regimes : a theoretical overview -- The reverse process in the contemporary period : a preliminary assessment -- Focusing on the conditions : a qualitative comparative analysis -- Incumbent entrenchment : Dominican Republic and Bolivia -- Opposition takeover : Venezuela and Gambia -- Democratic Coup : Nigeria and Thailand -- Stabilizing coup : Mali and Turkey -- Conclusion : when democracies collapse.
Baker Berry JC423 .T6423 2018

Understanding international diplomacy : theory, practice and ethics
Bjola, Corneliu, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JZ1308 .B58 2018

Hacks : the inside story of the break-ins and breakdowns that put Donald Trump in the White House
Brazile, Donna, 1959- author
New York, NY : Hachette Books, 2017
The phone call -- Storm clouds -- From the back of the bus to center stage -- The Russians, the Russians, the Russians -- Picking the apples -- Trouble comes to the White House -- Gentlemen, let's put our dicks on the table -- Meeting at the FBI -- The duck and the spook -- The smell of a loss -- Bernie, I found the cancer but I won't kill the patient -- The collapse -- I am not Patsey the slave -- Hacker house -- October surprise -- The terror comes home -- State of denial -- Firefighters -- Comey's 18-wheeler -- Election night -- Grief and regret -- Epilogue : Choose hope, choose action -- Timeline of the hacking.

An "insider account of the Russian hacking of the DNC and the missteps by the Clinton campaign and Obama administration that enabled Donald Trump's victory."--Jacket.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .B73 2017

Public control of armed forces in the Russian Federation
Douglas, Nadja, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JN6693.5.C58 D68 2017

The experience of democracy and bureaucracy in South Korea
edited by Tobin Im, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, South Korea
Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2017
List of Abbreviations -- List of Contributors -- Notes on Contributors -- Preface -- Introduction: Bureaucracy and Korean Development -- Chapter 1. Revisiting Bureaucratic Dysfunction: The Role of Bureaucracy in Democratization / Tobin Im -- Chapter 2. Electoral Democracy and the Role of Electoral Management Body in South Korea / Seon-Gyu Go -- Chapter 3: Rediscovering Korea's Local Bureaucracy: The Unsung Players in the Nation's Democratization Process / Shi-Chul Lee -- Chapter 4. Bureaucracy, Regulatory Management, and Korean Democracy / Hyukwoo Lee -- Chapter 5. Change and Continuity in Police Organizations: Institution, Legitimacy and Democratization / Wonhyuk Cho -- Chapter 6. Supreme Audit Institution and Democracy: The Function of the Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) of Korea for Democratization / Nanyoung Kim -- Chapter 7. Public Procurement Policy in South Korea: Approaches to Sustainable Development and Anti-Corruption / Jesse W. Campbell -- Chapter 8. The Olympics, Soft Power, and Democratization: The Role of Bureaucracy / Kwang-Hoon Lee -- Chapter 9. The Ceiling Strategy as Policy: Limiting Bureaucratic Expansion and Democratization / Hyemin Choi and Jisu Jeong.
Baker Berry JQ1725 .E96 2017

Political participation, diffused governance, and the transformation of democracy : patterns of change
Peters, Yvette, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The changing democratic system -- Patterns of participation: the impact of competence diffusion -- Democracy at the crossroads? Some conclusions.

"Although democratic governments have introduced a number of institutional reforms in part intended to increase citizens' political involvement, studies show a continued decline in regular political engagement. This book examines different forms of political participation in democracies, and in what way the delegation of public responsibilities--or, the diffusion of politics--has affected patterns of participation since the 1980s. The book addresses this paradox by directly investigating the impact of institutional changes on citizens' political participation empirically. It re-analyses patterns of political participation in contemporary democracies, providing an in-depth time series cross-sectional analysis that helps develop a better understanding of how variation in political participation can be explained, both between countries and over time. As such, it develops an institutional theoretical framework which can help to explain levels of participation and shows that, instead of displaying more political apathy, citizens have reallocated or displaced their activities to a broader array of forms of participation. This book will be of key interest to students and scholars of comparative politics, democratization, political participation and electoral politics"--
Baker Berry JF799 .P47 2018

Can governments earn our trust?
Kettl, Donald F., author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2017
"Some analysts have called distrust the biggest governmental crisis of our time. It is unquestionably a huge problem, undermining confidence in our elected institutions, shrinking social capital, slowing innovation, and raising existential questions for democratic government itself. What's behind the rising distrust in democracies around the world and can we do anything about it? In this lively and thought-provoking essay, Donald F. Kettl, a leading scholar of public policy and management, investigates the deep historical roots of distrust in government, exploring its effects on the social contract between citizens and their elected representatives. Most importantly, the book examines the strategies that present-day governments can follow to earn back our trust, so that the officials we elect can govern more effectively on our behalf"--
Baker Berry JF1051 .K47 2017

The crisis of the European Union : challenges, analyses, solutions
edited by Andreas Grimmel
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction : the many challenges of the European Union / Andreas Grimmel -- Understanding European Union governance : political challenges of the integration project / Desmond Dinan -- Europe's unfinished community of law : legal challenges of the integration project / Markus Kotzur -- The design of the EMU at the heart of the EU's crisis? : economic challenges of the integration project / Ryszard Rapacki, Malgorzata Znoykowicz-Wierzbicka -- Uneven development, partial Europeanization, and nationalist retreat : societal challenges of the integration project / Juan Díez Medrano -- The hegemony of disorder : the persistence of financial turmoil in the EU / Jeremy Leaman -- Nationalism, populism and re-birth of statehood in Europe / Manuela Caiani -- Independence and separatist movements : Europe between integration and disintegration / Henri de Waele -- Is the migration crisis a solidarity crisis? / Marianne Takle -- A Europe of dropouts? : the Brexit and the question of European solidarity / Tim Oliver -- Social Europe still missing? : flaws of the spillover process as the motor of integration / Monika Eigmüller -- When there are no winners, only losers : the European crisis and the interest paradigm / Andreas Grimmel -- Intergovernmental method, community method, and open method of coordination : the resilience, efficiency and legitimacy of the EU's modes of governance / Ramona Coman -- Segmentation, differentiation and the aims of European integration / Christopher Lord -- Democratic innovations beyond the state / Erik Oddvar Eriksen -- The EU's model of regional integration in a functionally differentiated world society / Poul F. Kjaer -- Epilogue : there's life in the old dog yet! : challenges as catalyst for European integration / Andreas Grimmel.
Baker Berry JN15 .C744 2018

The two faces of institutional innovation : promises and limits of democratic participation in Latin America
Avritzer, Leonardo, author
Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]
Baker Berry JL966 .A993 2017

Navigating change for international NGOs : a practical handbook
Crowley, James (Business consultant), author
Boulder ; Kumarian Press, a division of Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2017
The basics of navigating organizational change -- The art and science of complex organizational change -- The essential components of a high-performance organization -- Getting serious about an agency-level theory of change -- Working with and alongside the private sector -- Why NGOs have so much trouble with IT -- Making sense of mergers in the development of humanitarian sectors.
Baker Berry JZ4841 .C76 2017

The economic roots of the umbrella movement in Hong Kong : globalization and the rise of China
Augustin-Jean, Louis, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JQ1539.5.A91 A94 2018

The guanxi of relational international theory
Kavalski, Emilian, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : the Columbus syndrome of international relations -- A relational dance or a scripted Concert of Europe? -- The relational turn(s) in the Anglosphere and Sinosphere of international relations -- The guanxi of relationality -- Conclusion : a relational theory of international relations beyond the Eurocentric frame.

"This book offers a relational theory of International Relations (IR). To show the ways in which the relationality is foreshadowed in IR conversations it makes the following three points: 1) it recovers a mode of IR theorizing as itinerant translation; 2) it deploys the concept and practices of guanxi (employed here as a heuristic device revealing the infinite capacity of international interactions to create and construct multiple worlds) to uncover the outlines of a relational IR theorizing; and 3) it demonstrates that relational theorizing is at the core of projects for worlding IR. By engaging with the phenomenon of relationality, Emilian Kavalski invokes the complexity of possible worlds and demonstrates new possibilities for powerful ethical-political innovations in IR theorizing. Thus, relational IR theorizing emerges as an optic which both acknowledges the agency of 'others' in the context of myriad interpretative intersections of people, powers, and environments (as well as their complex histories, cultures, and agency) and stimulates awareness of the dynamically-intertwined contingencies through which meanings are generated contingently through interactions in communities of practice. The book will have a strong appeal to the broad academic readership in Asian Studies, Political Science, Comparative Politics, International Relations theory and students and scholars of non-/post-Western International Relations and non-/post-Western Political Thought."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JZ1306 .K39 2018

The demise and rebirth of American third parties : poised for political revival?
Tamas, Bernard Ivan, author
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : a third-party revival? -- Unraveling the conundrum of third-party decline -- Duverger's law and the American electoral system -- The impact of ballot access laws -- The prohibition of fusion -- Do primaries undermine third parties? -- Co-optation and third-party waves -- The decline and rise of political polarization -- The evolution of party resources -- Conclusion : a reemergence of third parties?

Virtually all academic books on American third parties in the last half-century assume that they have largely disappeared. This book challenges that orthodoxy by explaining the (temporary) decline of third parties, demonstrating through the latest evidence that they are enjoying a resurgence, and arguing that they are likely to once again play a significant role in American politics. The book is based on a wealth of data, including district-level results from US House of Representatives elections, state-level election laws after the Civil War, and recent district-level election results from Australia, Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.
Baker Berry JK2265 .T36 2018

Sex scandals, gender, and power in contemporary American politics
Mandell, Hinda, author
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an Imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2017]
Baker Berry JK2249 .M355 2017

Global power transition and the future of the European Union
Yeşilada, Birol A., author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Today, the European Union faces challenges that threaten not only internal cohesion but also its position in the global system. This book is about the future of the EU in the light of global power transition taking place in the twenty-first century and demonstrates how its future rests on a delicate balance between policy challenge, member states' interests, and convergence or divergence of societal values across its peoples. The book examines factors behind the decline of the EU relative to the rise of China and other powers in the global hierarchy and what policy options are available for EU leaders to implement in order to compete as a global actor. It analyses determinants of regional integration and key policy challenges the EU faces in its quest for an "ever deeper union," and identifies significant factors (i.e., power relations, economic relations, emergent social values across the EU) that can explain the likelihood of further integration or conflict between EU member states. This text will be essential reading for scholars, students, and practitioners interested in European Union politics international relations, security studies, and comparative politics. --
Baker Berry JN30 .Y47 2018

Revolutionary violence versus democracy : narratives from India
edited by Ajay Gudavarthy
New Delhi : SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd ; [2017]
Baker Berry JQ281 .R49 2017

Hearts and minds : the battle for the Conservative Party from Thatcher to the present
Letwin, Oliver, 1956- author
London : Biteback Publishing, 2017
'Hearts and Minds' is part memoir, part political history and part history of ideas. In it, former Cabinet minister Oliver Letwin explains how the central ideas and policies of the modern Conservative Party came into being, how they played out over the period from Mrs Thatcher to Mrs May, and what needs to happen next in order to make the country a better place to live. Far from being a sugar-coated version of events, Letwin tells a story that he hopes will persuade readers that politicians are capable of recognising their mistakes and learning from them - and will show that social and economic liberalism, if correctly conceived, are capable of addressing the issues that confront us today.
Baker Berry JN1129.C7 L38 2017

China's regional relations in comparative perspective : from harmonious neighbors to strategic partners
Jackson, Steven F., author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
List of figures -- List of tables -- Preface -- Introduction -- Regional hegemons and their behavior -- Legacies of China's regional relations -- Restructuring relations : the "good neighbor", 1988-2004 -- "Friendly elephant" or assertive dragon? 2004 -- China and northeast Asia in the 21st century -- China and Southeast Asia in the 21st century -- China and Central Asia in the 21st century -- China and South Asia in the 21st century -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JZ1730.A55 J33 2018

Arms control and disarmament : 50 years of experience in nuclear education
Paolo Foradori, Giampiero Giacomello, Alessandro Pascolini, editors
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction -- Part I -- Early Attempts to Arms Control: 1966-1974 -- 1. Technological Aspects of World Security (1966) -- 2. Anti-Ballistic Missiles (1968) -- 3. International Relations and Game Theory (1970) -- 4. The Origins of Mirv (1972) -- 5. The Importance of Agreements (1972) -- 6. The Fallacy of Thinking Conventionally about Nuclear Weapons (1976) -- 7. Strategic Arms Limitation and Military Strategic Concepts (1976) -- Part II -- The Hard Times: 1978-1989 -- 8. Radiation Hazards in Fission Fuel Cycles (1978) -- 9. The Dilemma of European Theatre Nuclear Arms Control (1980) -- 10. Nuclear Arms Control: Obstacles to Agreement (1982) -- 11. International Systemic Features Inhibiting Disarmament and Arms Control (1982) -- 12. The Problem of the Nuclear First-Use Option (1988) -- 13. The Problem of Extended Deterrence and International Security (1988) -- 14. Minimum Deterrence and International Security (1988) -- Part III -- After the Cold War -- 15. Weapons on Earth and in Space (1992) -- 16. The Non-Proliferation Treaty and the German Choice Not to Proliferate (1992) -- 17. US-Russian Cooperation on Fissile Material Security and Disposition (1996) -- 18. The New Verification Game and Technologies at our Disposal (1996) -- 19. Nuclear Deterrence, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation (2010) -- 20. Nuclear Abolition or Nuclear Umbrella? Choices and Contradictions in US Proposals (2010) -- Conclusion.

"Few volumes on nuclear weapons and nuclear policy can match the quality of the ISODARCO 50th Anniversary collection, which excels in the authors' thoughtfulness and the range and significance of the issues they clarify." - Bruce D. Larkin, Emeritus Professor of Politics, University of California at Santa Cruz, USA "This interesting volume brings together a stellar cast of international experts on nuclear policy and arms control. Their contributions echo the history of the nuclear age over more than five decades and display the evolution of thinking about the dangers and the imperatives associated with nuclear weapons. This collection also reflects the unique role that ISODARCO has played in the field for more than half a century." - Steven E. Miller, Director, International Security Program, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School "This collection of essays featuring many of the leading thinkers on nuclear disarmament, arms control and verification should be essential reading for both practitioners and researchers in the field.\201D - Tariq Rauf, former Head of Verification and Security Policy Coordination, International Atomic Energy Agency This volume is a collection of contributions by world-leading experts in the nuclear field who participated in the educational activities of the International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts (ISODARCO). It features some of most prominent scholars and practitioners who contributed in fundamental ways to shaping policies, strategies, theories, scholarly studies, and debates in the field of non-proliferation and disarmament. On the occasion of ISODARCO's 50th anniversary this book revisits a selection of contributions that capture the pressing issues during the five decades of continuous engagement in disarmament and non-proliferation education.
Baker Berry JZ5675 .A767 2018

Everyday nationhood : theorising culture, identity and belonging after Banal Nationalism
Michael Skey, Marco Antonsich, editors
London, United Kingdom]: Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
1. Introduction : the persistence of banal nationalism / Marco Antonsich & Michael Skey -- 2. The rhetoric of nationalism / Craig Calhoun -- 3. The Universality of Banal Nationalism, or can the flag hand unobtrusively outside a Serbian post office? / Ivana Spasić -- 4. Banal nationalism in the internet age : rethinking the relationship between nations, nationalisms and the media / Lukasz Szulc -- 5. The name and the nation : nanal nationalism and name change practices in the context of co-ethnic migration to Germany / Gesine Wallem -- 6. Collective charisma, selective exclusion and national belonging: 'false' and 'real' Greeks from the former Soviet Union / Manolis Pratsinakis -- 7. Humming along : public and private patriotism in Putin's Russia / J. Paul Goode -- 8. Repertoires of nationhood in France and Germany / Bart Bonikowski -- 9. On affect, dancing and national bodies / Elisabeth Militz -- 10. Making sense of everyday nationhood: traces in the experiential world / Shanti Sumartojo -- 11. Doing affect around national days : mundane/banal practice or the call of 'another space'? / Tim McCreanor, Emerald Muriwai, Margaret Wetherell, Helen Moewaka Barnes & Angela Moewaka Barnes -- 12. Narratives of legitimacy : making nationalism banal / Melissa Aronczyk -- 13. Banal nationalism and UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list : cases of washoku and the gastronomic meal of the French / Atsuko Ichijo -- 14. Banal nationalism and consumer activism : the case of #BoycottGermany / Eleftheria J. Lekakis -- 15. Banal nationalism and the imagining of politics / Michael Billig -- 16. Conclusion : the present and future of nationalism / Michael Skey & Marco Antonsich.

This edited collection explores the continuing appeal of nationalism around the world. The authors' ground-breaking research demonstrates the ways in which national priorities and sensibilities frame an extraordinary array of activities, from classroom discussions and social media posts to global policy-making, as well as identifying the value that can come from feeling part of a national community, especially during times of economic uncertainty and social change. They also note how attachments to nation can often generate powerful emotions, happiness and pride as well as anger and frustration, which can be used to mobilize substantial numbers of people into action.--
Baker Berry JC311 .E9844 2017

The European Union and Europe's new regionalism : the challenge of enlargement, neighborhood, and globalization
Stefanova, Boyka M., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JN30 .S743 2018

Elections in African developing democracies
Miezah, Hilary A. A., author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JQ1879.A5 M54 2018

Labour and the left in the 1980s
edited by Jonathan Davis and Rohan McWilliam ; foreword by Peter Tatchell
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018
This volume of essays constitutes the first history of Labour and left-wing politics in the decade when Margaret Thatcher reshaped modern Britain. Leading scholars explore aspects of left-wing culture, activities and ideas at a time when social democracy was in crisis. There are articles about political leadership, economic alternatives, gay rights, the miners' strike, the Militant Tendency and the politics of race. The book also situates the crisis of the left in international terms as the socialist world began to collapse. Tony Blair's New Labour disavowed the 1980s left, associating it with failure, but this volume argues for a more complex approach. Many of the causes it championed are now mainstream, suggesting that the time has come to reassess 1980s progressive politics, despite its undeniable electoral failures. With this in mind, the contributors offer ground-breaking research and penetrating arguments about the strange death of Labour Britain.--
Baker Berry JN1129.L32 L227 2018

The role of Twitter in the 2016 US election
Christopher J. Galdieri, Jennifer C. Lucas, Tauna S. Sisco, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction : politics in 140 characters or less / Christopher J. Galdieri, Jennifer C. Lucas, and Tauna S. Sisco -- Less is ore ideological : conservative and liberal communication on Twitter in the 2016 race / Morgan Marietta, Tyler Cote, Tyler Farley, and Paul Murphy -- Tweet you very much : an analysis of candidate twitter usage from the 2016 Iowa caucus to Super Tuesday / J. Scott Granberg-Rademacker and Kevin Parsneau -- Candidate image : when tweets trump tradition / Kim Hixson -- Tweeting on the campaign trail : the when, how, and what of Donald Trump's tweets / Luke Perry and Paul Joyce -- Donald Trump, naturally : revisionist environmental policy, global warming tweets, and the unexpected emphasis on climate change in the 2016 campaign / Mark J. O'Gorman -- Can we at least all laugh together now? Twitter and online political humor during the 2016 Election / Todd L. Belt.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .R65 2018

Readings in American foreign policy : problems and responses
edited by Glenn P. Hastedt
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
The White House, "America first foreign policy, and Barack Obama : remarks by the President on winning the Nobel Peace Prize -- Allure of normalcy : what America still owes the world / Robert Kagan -- A better internationalism / David C. Unger -- Pull back : the case for a less activist foreign policy / Barry R. Possen -- Worldwide threat assessment / excerpts from the U.S. Intelligence Community -- Growing together : economic ties between the United States and Mexico / Christopher Wilson -- A framework for U.S. policy toward China / Jeffrey Bader -- NATO's strategic adaptation : the Warsaw Summit and beyond / Bastian Giegerich -- ISIS and the third wave of jihadism / Fawaz A. Gerges -- The outlook for energy policy under a Trump administration / David Goldwyn -- America's history of protectionism / Robert Merry -- Assessing Russian activities and intentions in recent US elections / excerpts from Office of National Intelligence Director -- Millennials and U.S. foreign policy / A. Trevor Thrall and Erik Goepner -- The courage crisis / David J. Danelo -- Understanding authorizations for the use of military force / Ken Gude -- Reforming the NSA : how to spy after Snowden / Daniel L. Byman and Benjamin Wittes -- The Trump foreign policy transition / Glenn Hastedt -- The Army for the future / excerpts from the National Commission on the Future of the Army -- Moving targets : the evolution and future of smart sanctions / Laura Kanji -- R2P : looking back, looking forward / Gareth Evans -- A tale of two trade deals / Clyde Prestowitz -- Cybersecurity and tailored deterrence / Franklin D. Kramer and Melanie J. Teplinsky -- The human element : when gadgetry becomes strategy / H.R. McMaster -- Global trends 2030 : alternative worlds / excerpt from the National Intelligence Council -- More small wars : counterinsurgency is here to wtay / Max Boot -- A critical decade for climate policy : tools and initiatives to track our progress / Taryn Fransen and Casey Cronin -- Is the U.S. drone war effective? / Michael J. Boyle -- From scarcity to abundance : the new geopolitics of energy / Michael T. Klare.
Baker Berry JZ1480 .R23 2018

Voices of the UK Left : rhetoric, ideology and the performance of politics
Judi Atkins, John Gaffney, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
Baker Berry JN1129.L32 V65 2017

The quality of democracy in Korea : three decades after democratization
Hannes B. Mosler, Eun-Jeung Lee, Hak-Jae Kim, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JQ1725.A55 P64756 2018

Globalization, supranational dynamics and local experiences
Marco Caselli, Guia Gilardoni, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Introduction : Globalization between theories and daily life experiences / Marco Caselli and Guia Gilardoni -- Debating cosmopolitanism : a new appraisal of globalization / Vincenzo Cicchelli and Sylvie Octobre -- Migrations and transnationalism : distinctions, types and empirical findings / Maurizio Ambrosini -- European demos, citizenship and migrants in a globalized world : some critical reflections from a Habermasian perspective / Spiros Makris -- Ulrich Beck's cosmopolitanism for social sciences re-visited : overcoming dualisms towards pragmatic ends? / Sirkka Komulainen -- Double boundary and cosmopolitan experience in Europe / Pierluca Birindelli -- The relationship between globality and stateness : some sociological reflections / Andrea Borghini -- "I'm a citizen of the world" : cosmopolitanism and identity work in the telling of migration stories / Peter Holley -- Negotiating difference and cohabitation : global refugees in a German village / Anne Sophie Krossa -- Temporal apartheid as the Italian response to global migration / Stefania Tusini -- The local effects of international migration in Sicily : the case study of the Cara of Mineo / Antonella Elisa Castronovo -- Different investment strategies versus a unique co-development discourse : a case study of Tunisian and Senegalese migrants in France / Giulia Breda and Abdourahmane Mangane -- Getting adapted? A comparative study of qualified Turkish return migrants from Germany and the USA / Meltem Yilmaz Şener and Seçacı Paçacı Elitok -- Do you trust me? Begging as transnational emotional work for migrant Roma / Oana Marcu -- Taranto in memories : the industrial experience and the future of a southern city / Marta Vignola -- Social capital as a resource in migration processes / Cristina Natili and Fiorenza Misale -- Exploring the living conditions of unaccompanied migrant children in Italy : a grounded theory approach / Lavinia Bianchi.

This edited collection focuses on concepts of globalization, glocalization, transnationalism and cosmopolitanism. The contributions provide evidence of how in practice, global dynamics and individual lives are interrelated. It presents theoretical reflections on how the local, the transnational and global dimensions of social life are entwined and construct the meaning of one another, and offers everyday examples of how individuals and organizations try to answer global challenges in local contexts. The book closely focuses on migration processes, as one of the main phenomena allowing a high number of people from contemporary society to directly experience supranational dynamics, either as migrants or inhabitants of the places where migrants pass through or settle down.
Baker Berry JZ1308 .G5983 2018

The CQ Press career guide for political science students
Whitman Cobb, Wendy N., author
Thousand Oaks, California : CQ Press, an imprint of SAGE Publications, Inc., [2018]
Careers in political science -- Political science as a degree -- Acing the interview -- Choosing a graduate school.

"Designed to help students consider their career options and opportunities, The CQ Press Career Guide for Political Science Students offers a practical collection of employment resources, career-path options, and real-life tips for how to get ahead. Providing the road map that students need to design their undergraduate experience to maximize their transferable skills, author Wendy Whitman Cobb outlines jobs political science majors can pursue; offers guidance on how to actually get the job; and illuminates pathways to graduate school." -- Publisher's description
Baker Berry JA88.U6 W46 2018

The human rights turn and the paradox of progress in the Middle East
Hosseinioun, Mishana, 1984- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Baker Berry JC599.M628 H67 2018

The mediated politics of Europe : a comparative study of discourse
Mats Ekström, Julie Firmstone, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry JA85.2.E85 M43 2017

Political participation in a changing world : conceptual and empirical challenges in the study of citizen engagement
Theocharis, Yannis, author
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Would You Recognize a Form of Political Participation if You Saw One? -- The Continuous Expansions of Political Participation -- The Continuous Expansions of Concepts and Definitions of Political Participation -- Conceptualizing Political Participation -- Measuring Old and New Forms of Political Participation -- A Road Map for the Study of Political Participation.

"In the last decades, political participation expanded continuously. This expansion includes activities as diverse as voting, tweeting, signing petitions, changing your social media profile, demonstrating, boycotting products, joining flash mobs, attending meetings, throwing seedbombs, and donating money. But if political participation is so diverse, how do we recognize participation when we see it? Despite the growing interest in new forms of citizen engagement in politics, there is virtually no systematic research investigating what these new and emerging forms of engagement look like, how prevalent they are in various societies, and how they fit within the broader structure of well-known participatory acts conceptually and empirically. The rapid spread of internet-based activities especially underlines the urgency to deal with such challenges. In this book, Yannis Theocharis and Jan W. van Deth put forward a systematic and unified approach to explore political participation and offer new conceptual and empirical tools with which to study it. Political Participation in a Changing World will assist both scholars and students of political behavior to systematically study new forms of political participation without losing track of more conventional political activities."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JF799 .T48 2018

The United States immigration policy and immigrants' responses : past and present
Agnieszka Małek, Dorota Praszałowicz (eds.)
Frankfurt am Main ; Peter Lang, 2017
America beckons, but Americans repel : East European migration and American nativism, 1880-1930 / Alan M. Kraut -- Not legally bound : denying, discouraging, and dissolving marriages in U.S. immigration policy / Suzanne M. Sinke -- Managing migrants' identities with population statistics : the representation of "nationalities" of people from Austria-Hungary in the census, 1870-1930 / Annemarie Steidl -- Is the new immigration really new? : a comparison of 1910 and 2010 / James Pula -- Immigrant radicalism revisited : tracing the origins of the Haymarket anarchists' autobiographies / Hartmut Keil -- Jewish ambivalence : the responses to open admission at City University of New York / Steven J. Diner -- Ethnic mobilization of immigrants : case studies of Ukrainian political emigration in the United States / Anna Fiå -- Meet me at the fair : the fourth partition and the Lwow Fair, 1894 / Dominic A. Pacyga -- The Polonia Army that never was, 1914 / M.B.B Biskupski -- Decisive factors in the selection of place of residence within the United States by the post-World War II migrants from Central Europe / Anna Mazurkiewicz -- Building the community of the post-World War II Polish political exiles in Chicago : mutual aid association of the new Polish immigration / Joanna Wojdon -- The role of the state in contemporary Polish political migration and return migration / Mary Patrice Erdmans.
Baker Berry JV6483 .U574 2017

After the enlightenment : political realism and international relations in the mid-twentieth century
Guilhot, Nicolas, 1970- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction -- The realist gambit -- or the end of political science -- American Katechon: Christian realism and the theological foundations of international relations theory -- The making of the realist tradition: Felix Gilbert and the reclaiming of Machiavelli -- The Kuhning of reason: political realism and decision-making after Thomas Kuhn -- Cyborg pantocrator: at the origins of neorealism -- The Americanization of realism: Kenneth Waltz, the security dilemma, and the problem of decision-making.

After the Enlightenment is the first attempt at understanding modern political realism as a historical phenomenon. Realism is not an eternal wisdom inherited from Thucydides, Machiavelli or Hobbes, but a twentieth-century phenomenon rooted in the interwar years, the collapse of the Weimar Republic, and the transfer of ideas between Continental Europe and the United States. The book provides the first intellectual history of the rise of realism in America, as it informed policy and academic circles after 1945. It breaks through the narrow confines of the discipline of international relations and resituates realism within the crisis of American liberalism. Realism provided a new framework for foreign policy thinking and transformed the nature of American democracy. This book sheds light on the emergence of 'rational choice' as a new paradigm for political decision-making and speaks to the current revival in realism in international affairs. --
Baker Berry JZ1307 .G85 2017

The peacemaker's paradox : pursuing justice in the shadow of conflict
Hayner, Priscilla B., author
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Part I. Peace and justice in perspective. The problem -- The peace and justice debate -- How justice is negotiated at the peace table -- After a peace agreement -- The impact of international courts on peace negotiations -- International justice and deterrence -- A prosecutor's discretion in contexts of conflict -- Acting in the interests of justice -- Unraveling the paradox -- Part II. Case studies. Sierra Leone -- Liberia -- Uganda -- Libya -- Colombia.

Illustrates the dilemma faced by the human rights community during peace negotiations, both in finding a place at the table and ensuring accountability for human rights violations. Those undertaking peace talks often argue that peace should come before justice. The many case studies in this book, from Sierra Leone to Colombia, not only confront this notion, but also challenge human rights advocates to recognize the difficulties in negotiating justice and protecting the rights of victims. the final chapter on the Colombian peace process in particular offers hope, showing the importance of including victims and civil society in these discussions.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .H39 2018

Federalism and the making of America
Robertson, David Brian, 1951- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Introduction -- Part I. Bringing American federalism to life -- Federalism at the founding -- Federalism, political parties, and interests -- Part II. The deepest American conflicts: race and economic power -- Federalism and race -- Federalism and American capitalism -- Part III. The construction of active government -- Progressive reform -- The New Deal -- Liberal activism and intergovernmental relations -- Federalism and today's issues -- American federalism in the twenty-first century.
Baker Berry JK311 .R64 2018

戦後日本の反戦。平和と「戦没者」 : 遺族運動の展開と三好十郎の警鐘 / 今井勇
今井勇, 1976- author
Tōkyō : Ochanomizu Shobō, 2017
Baker Berry Japan JZ5584.J3 I43 2017

Ontopolitics in the anthropocene : an introduction to mapping, sensing and hacking
Chandler, David, 1962- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
The Anthropocene captures more than a debate over how to address the problems of climate change and global warming. Increasingly, it is seen to signify the end of the modern condition itself and potentially to open up a new era of political possibilities. This is the first book to look at the new forms of governance emerging in the epoch of the Anthropocene. Forms of rule, which seek to govern without the handrails of modernist assumptions of 'command and control' from the top-down; taking on board new ontopolitical understandings of the need to govern on the grounds of non-linearity, complexity and entanglement. The book is divided into three parts, each focusing on a distinct mode or understanding of governance: Mapping, Sensing and Hacking. Mapping looks at attempts to govern through designing adaptive interventions into processes of interaction. Sensing considers ways of developing greater real time sensitivity to changes in relations, often deploying new technologies of Big Data and the Internet of Things. Hacking analyses the development of ways of 'becoming with', working to recomposition and reassemble relations in new and creative forms. This work will be of great interest to students and scholars of international politics, international security and international relations theory and those interested in critical theory and the way this is impacted by contemporary developments. --
Baker Berry JZ1305 .C4335 2018

Neoliberalism
Wilson, Julie A., 1975- author
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : living in competition -- Part I. Critical foundations. A new hegemony : the rise of neoliberalism -- Neoliberal truths and consequences : the four Ds -- The cultural powers of neoliberalism : a case study -- Part II. Neoliberal culture. The hustle : self-enterprise and neoliberal labor -- THe moods of enterprise : neoliberal affect and the care of the self -- Enterprising democracy : neoliberal citizenship and the privatization of politics -- Conclusion : living in common.

"Thanks to the rise of neoliberalism over the past several decades, we live in an era of rampant anxiety, insecurity, and inequality. While neoliberalism has become somewhat of an academic buzzword in recent years, this book offers a rich and multilayered introduction to what is arguably the most pressing issue of our times. Engaging with prominent scholarship in media and cultural studies, as well as geography, sociology, economic history, and political theory, author Julie Wilson pushes against easy understandings of neoliberalism as market fundamentalism, rampant consumerism, and/or hyper-individualism. Instead, Wilson invites readers to interrogate neoliberalism in true cultural studies fashion, at once as history, theory, practice, policy, culture, identity, politics, and lived experience. Indeed, the book's primary aim is to introduce neoliberalism in all of its social complexity, so that readers can see how neoliberalism shapes their own lives, as well as our political horizons, and thereby start to imagine and build alternative worlds."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JC574 .W557 2018

Reappraising European IR theoretical traditions
Jørgensen, Knud Erik, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Introduction -- Diversity -- Reflexivity -- Traditions -- Europe -- Discipline -- Reconstruction -- Hegemony -- Conclusions.

"This book is about European IR theoretical traditions, their origins, and key figures. Theorizing is among the most important activities that take place within scientific disciplines. Scholars therefore routinely talk/debate about the discipline of IR and its theories, theories are often used to form the pedagogical backbone of IR and theories are also a key part of scholarly identities. Over time, theories crystallize in to schools of thought, strands of theorizing and theoretical traditions. This book and the volumes that will follow focus on the origins and trajectories of theoretical traditions, and key figures of IR thought in Europe in the 20th Century. The authors are situated in Europe, and it is thus the origins and trajectories of European theoretical traditions, its intellectual history and contemporary forms of theoretical knowledge today, that are on the agenda. In order to achieve this ambitious aim, we opt for a transnational sociological history approach, thus going beyond the national lens through which IR has been predominantly studied. The series will have an integrative function and contribute to a globalized discourse on IR as a discipline. The key benefits of this first volume is that it outlines IR theoretical traditions for the first time ever, provides a novel framework for exploring IR's theories, and contributes to define and strengthen the European identity of IR. This book is an invaluable resource for scholars of IR."--
Baker Berry JZ1305 .J682 2017

Against international relations norms : postcolonial perspectives
edited by Charlotte Epstein
London ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
The postcolonial perspective : why we need to decolonize norms / Charlotte Epstein -- Constructivism and the normative : dangerous liaisons? / Naeem Inayatullah and David L. Blaney -- Colonial rationalities, postcolonial subjectivities, and the international / Vivienne Jabri -- Civilising norms and political authority in Africa : reflections drawn form psychoanalysis / Julia Gallagher -- Stop telling us how to behave : socialization or infantilization? / Charlotte Epstein -- Against localization : rethinking compliance and antagonism in norm dynamics / Charmaine Chua -- International norms in postcolonial time / Arjun Chowdhury -- On the therapeutic use of racism in other countries / David T. Smith -- The norm of state-monopolised violence from a Yemeni perspective / Sarah Philips -- Sovereign relations : Australia's "Off-shoring" of asylum seekers on Nauru in historical perspective / Anthea Vogl -- In the post-colonial waiting room : how overseas countries and territories play games with the norm of sovereignty / Rebecca Adler-Nissen and Ulrik Pram Gad -- Postcolonial colonialism? : the case of Turkey / Zeynep Gülsah Çapan and Ayse Zarakol.
Baker Berry JZ1305 .A248 2017

Populism : an introduction
Anselmi, Manuel, author
London ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]
Introduction : the populist option -- Preliminary elements of the concept of populism -- Part I. Theorists. Gino Germani : national-populism and modernization -- Edward Shils : public sphere and populism in the US -- Ghiţa Ionescu and Ernest Gellner : modern studies of populism -- Margaret Canovan and the shadow of democracy -- Laclau : the construction of the political -- Mény and Surel : sovereignty, constitution and the people -- The recent debate -- Part II. Major cases. Russian populism -- Perón and Peronism -- Left-turn and neo-populisms in Latin America -- Italian neo-populism -- Part III. Other typologies and other problems. Penal populism -- Cultural populism -- Media populism -- Constitutional populism -- How to study populism : analytical prospects for social research -- Concluding remarks. Democracy and populism : Which perspectives?
Baker Berry JC423 .A5789 2018

The right to have rights
DeGooyer, Stephanie, author
London, UK ; Verso, 2018
Introduction : the right to have rights -- The right / Stephanie DeGooyer -- To have / Lida Maxwell -- Rights / Samuel Moyn -- Of whom? / Alastair Hunt -- Afterword(s) / Astra Taylor.

"Sixty years ago, the political theorist Hannah Arendt, deprived of her German citizenship as a Jew and in exile from her country, observed that before people can enjoy any of the "inalienable" Rights of Man--before there can be any specific rights to education, work, voting, and so on--there must first be such a thing as "the right to have rights." The concept received little attention at the time, but in our age of refugee crises and extra-state war, the phrase has become the center of a crucial and lively debate. Here five leading thinkers from varied disciplines--including history, law, politics, and literary studies--discuss the critical issue of the basis of rights and the meaning of radical democratic politics today"--
Baker Berry JC585 .H88 2018

Winning the presidency 2016
edited by William J. Crotty
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Not an ordinary election : the presidential race of 2016 / William J. Crotty -- The conventional versus the unconventional : presidential nominations in 2016 / Barbara Norrander -- The presidential election : a troubled democracy / Gerald M. Pomper -- Explaining the vote / Charles L. Prysby -- The races for Congress in 2016 : a tale of two elections / Paul S. Herrnson and Raymond J. La Raja -- Women and the 2016 presidential election : unrealistic expectations of cohesiveness / Susan A. MacManus -- Navigating through turbulence and troublesome times : Latinos, election 2016, partisan politics, and salient public policies / John A. Garcia -- The election in perspective / John Kenneth White.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .W56 2018

Debating migration to Europe : welfare vs indentity
edited by Raffaele Marchetti
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, DOC Research Institue, 2018
The debate on migration in Europe and beyond / Raffaele Marchetti -- For : maintaining Europe's place in the world / Philippe Fargues -- Against: limiting migration to preserve European social peace / Peter Paul Anatol Lieven -- A reply to the anti-immigration stance / Philippe Fargues -- A reply to the pro-immigration stance / Peter Paul Anatol Lieven.
Baker Berry JV7590 .D43 2018

Community as the material basis of citizenship : the unfinished story of American democracy
edited by Rodolfo Rosales
New York, NY ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JK1759 .C67 2018

A conceptual investigation of justice
Johannsen, Kyle, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
"Conceptual analysis has fallen out of favor in political philosophy. The influence of figures like John Rawls and Ronald Dworkin has led political philosophy to focus on questions about what should be done, and to ignore questions about the usage of words. In this book, [the author] calls for renewed attention to the manner in which the word 'justice' is and should be used. Focusing on the late work of G.A. Cohen, [the author] argues that debates over both the content and scope of egalitarian justice are, to a large extent, really just conceptual. Whereas some philosophers have been using the term 'justice' to refer to one among a plurality of values, others have been using it to refer to institutional rightness. Though the latter use of 'justice' is presently more dominant, he argues that much is to be gained from thinking of justice as one value among many. Doing so sheds light on the nature of both democracy and legitimacy, and, paradoxically, makes better sense of the idea that justice is 'the first virtue of institutions'."--
Baker Berry JC578 .J66 2018

Beyond liberal peacebuilding : a critical exploration of the local turn
Randazzo, Elisa, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Baker Berry JZ5538 .R36 2017

Citizen participation and political communication in a digital world
edited by Alex Frame and Gilles Brachotte
New York : Routledge, [2016]
Baker Berry JA85 .C58 2016

The Routledge handbook of elections, voting behavior and public opinion
edited by Justin Fisher, Edward Fieldhouse, Mark N. Franklin, Rachel Gibson, Marta Cantijoch and Christopher Wlezien
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Democratic theory and electoral behavior / Ian McAllister -- The sociological and social-psychological approaches / Vincent Hutchings and Hakeem Jefferson -- Rational choice theory and voting / Keith Dowding -- Institutions and voting behavior / B. Guy Peters -- The big picture : turnout at the macro level / Jack Vowles -- Demographic and the social bases of voter turnout / Eric Plutzer -- Turnout and the calculus of voting : recent advances and prospects for integration with theories of campaigns and elections / John Aldrich and Libby M. Jenke -- Voting and the expanding repertoire of participation / Jan van Deth -- The acquisition of voting habits / Elias Dinas -- Long-term factors : class and religious cleavages / Geoff Evans and Ksenia Northmore-Ball -- Ideology and electoral choice / Martin Elff -- Party identification / Shaun Bowler -- Trends in partisanship / Oliver Heath -- Politics, media and the electoral role of party leaders / Anthony Mughan and Loes Aaldering -- Preferences, constraints, and choices : tactical voting in mass elections / R. Michael Alvarez, D. Roderick Kiewiet and Lucas Núñez -- Economic voting / Marianne Stewart and Harold Clarke -- Electoral systems / Iain McLean -- Electoral integrity / Pippa Norris -- Voting behavior in multi-level electoral systems / Hermann Schmitt and Eftichia Teperoglou -- Local context, social networks and neighbourhood effects on voter choice / Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie -- Voting behavior in referendums / Michael Marsh -- Networks, contexts, and the process of political influence / Robert Huckfeldt, Matthew T. Pietryka and John B. Ryan -- Persuasion and mobilization effects by parties and candidates / Justin Fisher -- Campaign strategies, media and voters : the fourth era of political communication / Holli Semetko and Hubert Tworzecki -- The role of mass media in shaping public opinion and voter behaviour / Susan Banducci -- Digital campaigning / Stephen Ward, Rachel Gibson and Marta Cantijoch -- Attitudes, values and belief systems / Oddbjørn Knutsen -- The stability of political attitudes / Robert Erikson -- Political knowledge: measurement, misinformation and turnout / Jennifer Hudson -- Is there a rational public? / Jørgen Bølstad -- The geometry of party competition. parties and voters in the issue space / Lorenzo de Sio -- The thermostatic model : the public, policy and politics / Christopher Wlezien -- Regime support / Pedro Magalhaes -- Generational replacement : engine of electoral change / Wouter van der Brug and Mark Franklin -- The dependent variable in election studies : studying respondents or responses as units of analysis / Cees van Der Eijk -- The quest for representative survey samples / Laura Stoker and Andrew McCall -- Horses for courses : using internet surveys for researching public opinion and voting behaviour / Edward Fieldhouse and Chris Prosser -- The use of aggregate data in the study of voting behavior : ecological inference, ecological fallacy and other applications / Luana Russo -- Election forecasting / Stephen Fisher -- Field experiments in political behavior / Donald Green and Erin A. York -- Making inferences about elections and public opinion using incidentally collected data / Jon Mellon.

"The study of elections, voting behavior and public opinion are arguably among the most prominent and intensively researched sub-fields within political science. It is an evolving sub-field, both in terms of theoretical focus and in particular, technical developments and has made a considerable impact on popular understanding of the core components of liberal democracies in terms of electoral systems and outcomes, changes in public opinion and the aggregation of interests. This handbook details the key developments and state of the art research across elections, voting behavior and the public opinion by providing both an advanced overview of each core area and engaging in debate about the relative merits of differing approaches ..."--
Baker Berry JF1001 .R62 2018

The president as leader
Siegel, Michael E., author
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JK511 .S545 2018

War on peace : the end of diplomacy and the decline of American influence
Farrow, Ronan, 1987- author
New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]
Prologue : Mahogany Row massacre -- Part I. The last diplomats. American myths -- Lady Taliban -- Dick -- The Mango Case -- The other Haqqani Network -- Duplicity -- The frat house -- Mission : Impossible -- Walking on glass -- Farmer Holbrooke -- A little less conversation -- A-Rod -- Promise me you'll end the war -- The wheels come off the bus -- The memo -- The real thing -- Part II. Shoot first, ask questions never. General rule -- Dostum : He is telling the truth and discouraging all lies -- White beast -- The shortest spring -- Midnight at the ranch -- Part III. Present at the destruction. The state of the Secretary -- The mosquito and the sword -- Meltdown -- Epilogue : The tool of first resort.

United States foreign policy is undergoing a dramatic transformation. Institutions of diplomacy and development are reeling from deep budget cuts. The diplomats who make America's deals and protect its citizens around the world are walking out in droves. Offices across the State Department sit empty, while abroad the military-industrial complex has assumed the work once undertaken by peacemakers. In a journey from the corridors of power in Washington, DC, to some of the most remote and dangerous places on earth--Afghanistan, Somalia, and North Korea among them--investigative journalist Ronan Farrow illuminates one of the most consequential and poorly understood changes in American history. His firsthand experience as a State Department official affords a personal look at some of the last standard bearers of traditional statecraft, including Richard Holbrooke, who made peace in Bosnia and died while trying to do so in Afghanistan. Drawing on newly unearthed documents, and richly informed by rare interviews with warlords, whistle-blowers, and policymakers--including every living secretary of state from Henry Kissinger to Hillary Clinton to Rex Tillerson--Farrow makes the case for an endangered profession.
Baker Berry JZ1480 .F37 2018

American nation-building : case studies from Reconstruction to Afghanistan
Dougherty, Kevin, author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Nation-building in context -- The cases for and against nation-building -- Altruistic nation-building : Somalia -- Self-interested nation-building : Roosevelt's corollary -- Sequencing security : the Philippines and Germany -- Armed resistance to nation-building : the U.S. South during reconstruction -- Nation-building at the local level : Vietnam -- Nation-building at the national level : Iraq -- Nation-building and civil society : Mitchelville -- The American government as nation-builder: USAID Afghanistan -- NGOs and IGOs as nation-builders : Bosnia -- The future of nation- and state-building.

"Nation-building enterprises by the United States and the broader international community have run the gamut of success and failure. Examining the history of America's experience in nation-building, this book describes the mechanisms behind what often appears to be a haphazard enterprise"--
Baker Berry JZ6300 .D68 2017

The far right in America
Mudde, Cas, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Definitions : The various shades of the US far right -- A short history of the far right in America -- The Tea Party paradox -- Wisconsin's Sikh massacre : The real danger -- America's new revolutionaries -- America's election and the Tea Party -- Is the revolution eating its children? : The Tea Party between AstroTurf and grassroots -- The Green Scare : Why Islamophobia is the new Red Scare -- The Trump phenomenon and the European populist radical right -- The power of populism? : Not really! -- Is the GOP a far right party? -- Will Donald Trump transform the (far) right in the US? -- Donald Trump : The Great White Hope -- A talk with Cas Mudde on American and European populism -- The far right has arrived ... and it could take Washington! -- The revenge of the losers of globalization? : Brexit, Trump and globalization -- Stop using the term "alt-right"! --Why is American political science blind on the right eye? -- Did Trump really hijack the GOP? -- The latest Trump (and GOP and media) fiasco in nine points -- Brexit, Trump, and five (wrong) lessons about "the populist challenge" -- Keeping it real in Trump's America -- The far right in a Trump world -- Donald Trump is an American original -- Trumpism : normal pathology or pathological normalcy? -- Donald Trump and the silent counter-revolution -- What's the matter with America? : Trump and the multidimensionality of politics -- Did Trump prove US political science wrong? -- The politics of nostalgia -- 2016 and the five stage of liberal denial -- We are thinking about populism wrong : and it's coting us -- The Trump presidency : the far right in power? -- What to read on Trump(ism).

"This book collects Mudde's old and new blog posts, interviews and op-eds on the topic of the US far right, ranging from right-wing populists to neo-Nazi terrorists. The main emphasis of the book is on the two most important far right developments of the 21st century, the Tea Party and Donald Trump. Primarily aimed at a non-academic audience, the book explains terminology, clarifies the key organizations and people and their relationship to (liberal) democracy."--Page i.
Baker Berry JC573.2.U6 M84 2018

Google and democracy : politics and the power of the Internet
Richey, Sean., author
New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : direct democracy, political knowledge, and the Internet -- Internet politics and the computer science of Google -- Google search returns on ballot measures -- Click behavior and direct democracy -- Learning happens : political knowledge and three ballot measures -- Internet research and intellectually secure decisions in direct democracy -- Real-world applications : does Google use correlate with real-world political behavior? -- Conclusions and directions for future research.

"For the first time in human history, access to information on almost any topic is accessible through the Internet. A powerful extraction system is needed to disseminate this knowledge, which for most users is Google. Google Search is an extremely powerful and important component to American political life in the twenty-first century, yet its influence is poorly researched or understood. Sean Richey and J. Benjamin Taylor explore for the first time the influence of Google on American politics, specifically on direct democracy. Using original experiments and nationally representative cross-sectional data, Richey and Taylor show how Google Search returns quality information, that users click on quality information, and gain political knowledge and other contingent benefits. Additionally, they correlate Google usage with real-world voting behavior on direct democracy. Building a theory of Google Search use for ballot measures, Google and Democracy is an original addition to the literature on the direct democracy, Internet politics, and information technology. An indispensable read to all those wishing to gain new insights on how the Internet has the power to be a normatively valuable resource for citizens."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JK1764 .R535 2018

Greece and the reinvention of politics
Badiou, Alain, author
Brooklyn, NY : Verso, 2018
Questions of method -- Greece, the new imperial practices ... and the reinvention of politics -- Democratic non-existence -- The contemporary impotence -- Eleven points inspired by the situation in Greece -- Eleven melancholic points regarding the development of the Greek situation -- On the supposed 'refugee crisis' -- On politics today.

"Over the last six years, Greece has provided the world with 'an open-air political lesson.' The country's deep economic and social crisis has exposed the fundamental contradictions of the European Union, and indeed the capitalist world as a whole. It has been a test case for movements seeking to put an end to the authoritarian anarchy of neoliberal capitalism. The Greek resistance to EU institutions and financial-market hegemony offered a beacon of hope. Yet the "movementist" politics of 2011 could not build anything lasting, and Syriza's efforts as a party of government soon led to impasse. For Alain Badiou, it is not enough to mourn this defeat--we must understand why such a vigorous opposition could fail. 'Greece and the Reinvention of Politics' argues that an opposition of real consequence must revive the 'communist hypothesis,' the vision of an alternative state structure. The 'orienting maxims' that this hypothesis provides light the way for effective political action. Written in the storm of the crisis, the interventions collected in this book offer a path out of our contemporary powerlessness."--Back cover.
Baker Berry JN5059 .B3413 2018

Japanese politics and government
Gaunder, Alisa, 1970- author
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Introduction : why Japan matters -- The making of a modern state -- The postwar settlement -- The postwar political system -- Political parties -- Elections and electioneering -- The economic miracle -- Economic slowdown -- Policymaking -- State-society relations -- Prime ministerial leadership -- National security and foreign policy -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JQ1631 .G379 2017

Peacebuilding in a fractious world : on hoping against all hope
edited by Richard Penaskovic and Mustafa Şahin
Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, [2017]
Introduction / Richard Penaskovic and Mustafa Şahin -- Three dimensions for reflective dialogue / Donal Carbaugh -- Ethics and the problem of lnterpretation in sacred scriptures / Ori Z. Soltes -- The importance of interreligious dialogue for peacebuilding : a Muslim's itinerary / Abdelwahab Hechiche -- "Whirling diversions" in Turkey / John A. Tures -- Peacebuilding according to Daisaku Ikeda and Soka Gakkai International / Richard Penaskovic -- The Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the United Nations, and nongovernmental organizations / Jason R. Tatlock -- The symbolic power for peace in the encounter between Saint Francis and Sultan Al-Kamil / W.M. Loyd Allen -- Roger Williams, religious freedom, and the path to peace / Robert N. Nash Jr. -- In the steps of Pope John XX.III, the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr., and Archbishop Oscar Romero / James M. Dawsey And Adam Y. Wells -- Reflections on refugee and asylum policy in the United States and Germany : bringing peace to a fractious world / Paul A . Harris and William E. Baker.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .P374293 2017

Russia and the western far right : tango noir
Shekhovtsov, Anton, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Soviet Russia in the western far right perspective : ideology, collaboration, active measures -- Russia's opening to the western far right -- Putin's Russia, an authoritarian kleptocracy with a twist -- Far right election observers in the service of the Kremlin's domestic and foreign policies -- Undermining the West through mass media -- Far right structures in Europe as pro-Moscow front organisations -- The Moscow-Strasbourg-Brussels axis.

"The growing influence of Russia on the Western far right has been much discussed in the media recently. This book is the first detailed inquiry into what has been a neglected but critically important trend: the growing links between Russian actors and Western far right activists, publicists, ideologues, and politicians. The author uses a range of sources including interviews, video footage, leaked communications, official statements and press coverage in order to discuss both historical and contemporary Russia in terms of its relationship with the Western far right. Initial contacts between Russian political actors and Western far right activists were established in the early 1990s, but these contacts were low profile. As Moscow has become more anti-Western, these contacts have become more intense and have operated at a higher level. The book shows that the Russian establishment was first interested in using the Western far right to legitimise Moscow's politics and actions both domestically and internationally, but more recently Moscow has begun to support particular far right political forces to gain leverage on European politics and undermine the liberal-democratic consensus in the West. Contributing to ongoing scholarly debates about Russia's role in the world, its strategies aimed at securing legitimation of Putin's regime both internationally and domestically, modern information warfare and propaganda, far right politics and activism in the West, this book draws on theories and methods from history, political science, area studies, and media studies and will be of interest to students, scholars, activists and practitioners in these areas."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JZ1616 .S53 2018

Deconstructing the dynamics of world-societal order : the power of governmentality in Palestine / Jan Busse
Busse, Jan, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Global Palestine and world society -- Conceptualizing governamentability in world society -- Contested numbers : the biopolitics of statistics in Palestine -- The surveillance of good governance in Palestine -- The order of the subject : technologies of the self in Palestine.

To get a better sense of power dynamics in global politics, this book presents an innovative theoretical framework, combining a critical engagement with, and further development of, Michel Foucault's governmentality on the one hand, and the theory of world society of the Stanford School of Sociology on the other. Making an original contribution to academic debates about power and global political order, this book develops a comprehensive theoretical perspective on power relations and political dynamics. The book starts from the presupposition that any theoretical engagement of that kind requires nuanced empirical study as well. It therefore analyzes the dynamics of world-societal order in the concrete empirical example of Palestine, and raises the question of how its political and societal order comes into existence. The author argues that governmentality represents a fundamental pattern of political order in world society that also profoundly affects power dynamics in Palestine. This insight has two important implications: First, power relations do not follow dichotomous distinctions such as international/domestic or global/local, but manifest themselves within world society. Second, therefore, order that comes into existence in Palestine needs to be understood as world-societal order. Offering a comprehensive understanding of power relations and patterns of political order(ing) embedded in world society, the book provides a deeper understanding of the complex dynamics that contribute to the political and societal order of Palestine. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of Middle East Studies, Palestine Studies, International Relations, International Political Sociology, International Relations Theory, Governmentality Studies, and Political Theory.
Baker Berry JQ1830 .B87 2018

Closing the door on globalization : internationalism, nationalism, culture and science in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
edited by Cláudia Ninhos and Fernando Clara
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
(Inter)Nationalism, science, and culture : disruptions and entanglements from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century : an introduction / Cláudia Ninhos and Fernando Clara -- The politics of interwar chemistry : neutrality and nationalism in the rhetoric and actions of internationalist chemists / Jorrit P. Smit -- "Mon cher ami" : curators, archaeological museums and the formation of an international knowledge transfer network / Jason R. Young -- The nineteenth-century Leipzig book industry and the pan-European trade of foreign-language editions before copyright law / Alberto Gabriele -- Conflicting influences in António Câmara's making of the National Agronomic Station / João P. R. Joaquim -- The nationalization of the Portuguese landscape : landscape architecture, road engineering and the making of the Estado Novo dictatorship / Cláudia Ninhos and M. Luísa Sousa -- Ethnography and the construction of Jewish identity / Olga Osadtschy -- Relocating knowledge : from international science to national philology / Fernando Clara.
Baker Berry JC311 .C56 2018

International organizations and the media in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries : exorbitant expectations
edited by Jonas Brendebach, Martin Herzer, and Heidi Tworek
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction / Jonas Brendebach, Martin Herzer, and Heidi Tworek -- The Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR) and European media, 1815-1848 / Robert Mark Spaulding -- The public image of the Universal Postal Union in the Anglophone world, 1874-1949 / Richard R. John -- The limits of peace propaganda : the information section of the League of Nations and its Tokyo office / Tomoko Akami -- International exhibitionism : the League of Nations at the New York World's Fair, 1939-1940 / David Allen -- Making their own internationalism : Algerian media and a few others the League of Nations ignored, 1919-1943 / Arthur Asseraf -- Hollywood, the United Nations, and the long history of film communicating internationalism / Glenda Sluga -- Towards a new international communication order? UNESCO, development and "national communication policies" in the 1960s and 1970s / Jonas Brendebach -- Singing and painting global awareness : international years and human rights at the United Nations / Monika Baár -- A wave of interest and action for plant Earth? How UNEP spoke for the environment from Stockholm to Rio / Simone M. Müller.

"International Organizations and the Media in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries is the first volume to systematically explore the historical relationship between international organizations and the media. Bringing together two burgeoning yet largely unconnected strands of research - the history of international organizations and international media histories - this book is essential reading for scholars of international history and those interested in the development and impact of media over time"--
Baker Berry JZ4850 .I584 2018

Advances in e-governance : theory and application of technological initiatives
Trotta, Anthony M., 1974- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Introduction : E-government and E-governance -- E-governance era : paradigm shifts and megatrends, Janus face of technology, digital divide, and the hype curve/hype cycle -- Technology models and societal preferences : technology acceptance model (TAM), diffusion of innovation (DOI), and web trust -- Scientific knowledge, technocrats, and the role of the expert -- Open innovation, advancements in technological innovation and the impact of modern networks on participation -- Deliberative democracy and citizen participation -- Modern deliberative democracy means and web 2.0 technology : social media and crowdsourcing -- Modern deliberative democracy means and web 2.0 technology : suggestion boxes, deliberative mini-publics, citizen review panels, deliberative polls and public meetings -- E-governance, deliberative democracy and voting processes: part one -- E-governance, deliberative democracy and voting processes: part two.

"E-Governance as a field of study is relatively new when considered within the broader historical context of US democracy. The advent of the modern Internet in the early 1990s yielded new technologies that began to shift citizen expectations of how government can -- and in many cases should -- govern. Though innovations continue to emerge at a rapid pace, these technologies may be used to reinforce long-held deliberative democracy principles, including transparency, accountability and flexibility. [This book explores] the role that technological innovation plays in facilitating government action and citizen participation. [The author] differentiates e-governance from e-government and examines the increasingly important role social media and crowdsourcing have come to play in our democracy, and the interactions between technology, polling, voting, and outcomes. Including practical cases ranging from DMV registration to online tax filing and markers of successful implementation, [this book] addresses how the adoption and expansion of electronic platforms align with new government paradigms and looks to future trends in this rapidly expanding field."--
Baker Berry JK468.A8 T76 2018

Politics in North and South Korea : political development, economy, and foreign relations
Ku, Yangmo, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction / Yangmo Ku -- 1. Legacies of Japanese colonial rule and Korean war / Inyeop Lee -- 2. South Korean democratization / Jongseok Woo -- 3. Political conflicts and democracy after democratization / Jongseok Woo -- 4. South Korean economy / Yangmo Ku -- 5. South Korean diplomacy / Yangmo Ku -- 6. North Korean ideology and politics / Jongseok Woo -- 7. North Korean economy / Yangmo Ku -- 8. North Korean nuclear crises / Inyeop Lee -- 9. North Korean human rights / Inyeop Lee -- 10. Inter-Korean relations and reunification /Yangmo Ku -- Conclusion: historical legacies, lingering issues, and future prospects / Jongseok Woo.

Politics in North and South Korea provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the political dynamics of the two Koreas. Giving equal weight to North and South Korea, the authors trace the history of political and economic development and international relations of the Korean Peninsula, showing how South Korea became democratized and how Juche ideology has affected the establishment and operation of a totalitarian system in North Korea--back cover.
Baker Berry JQ1725 .K8 2018

New directions in the American presidency
edited by Lori Cox Han
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Introduction: studying presidents and the presidency / Lori Cox Han -- Presidents and the Constitution / Victoria A. Farrar-Myers -- Presidential campaigns and elections / Randall E. Adkins -- Presidents and political parties / Julia R. Azari -- Presidents and mass media / Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha -- Presidents and public opinion / Diane J. Heith -- Presidents and Congress / Brandon Rottinghaus -- Presidents and the courts / Nancy Kassop -- Presidents, the White House, and the executive branch / Matthew J. Dickinson -- Presidents and domestic policy / Jeremy L. Strickler -- Presidents and foreign policy / Meena Bose -- Presidents and leadership / Justin S. Vaughn.
Baker Berry JK516 .N495 2018

Uncovering the crimes of urbanisation : researching corruption, violence and urban conflict
Lasslett, Kristian, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction: the darkness of neon lights : introducing the crimes of urbanisation -- Key concepts, empirical backdrop and research design -- Fictitious capital, class monopoly rents and urban governance : theorising criminogenic opportunity structures and incentive schemas -- The crimes of the powerful and urbanisation : an investigative framework -- Uncovering the data trail : accessing, handling and triangulating sources -- The crimes of urbanisation and megaprojects : investigating a "tourism city" -- A land-grab in the world's "tuna capital" -- State-corporate wrongdoing in land and property markets : forging an analytical framework -- Crimes of urbanisation research and social resistance : conclusions and the task ahead.
Baker Berry JS231 .L37 2018

Civil society in China and Taiwan : agency, class and boundaries
Salmenkari, Taru, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JQ1516 .S25 2018

Understanding quality peace : peacebuilding after civil war
edited by Madhav Joshi and Peter Wallensteen
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Understanding quality peace : introducing the five dimensions / Madhav Joshi & Peter Wallensteen -- Peace implementation and quality peace / Terence Lyons -- Same peace, different quality? : the importance of security equality for quality peace / Louise Olsson -- Governance and negotiations : whose quality standards? / Roger Mac Ginty -- Approaches to negotiations in post-civil war settings : the role of local institutions / Jenny Guardado, Leonard Wantchekon, & Sarah Weltman -- Business on the frontlines / Viva Ona Bartkus -- Peace processes, economic recovery and development agencies / Achim Wennmann -- Factoring transitional justice into the quality peace equation / David Backer -- The challenges of reconciling the old and the new in truth and reconciliation commission processes : the case of Solomon Islands / Karen Brounéus & Holly Guthrey -- Reconciliation's contributions to quality peace / Alexander Dukalskis, Laura K. Taylor & John Darby -- Is civil society needed for quality peace? / Thania Paffenholz -- Civil society and quality peace : what happened in El Salvador / Richard Jones -- Quality of peace in Cambodia : 20 years after the Paris Peace Agreement / Kheang Un -- El Salvador twenty years later : successful democratization but questionable peace / Dinorah Azpuru -- Quality peace Northern Ireland case study / Colin Knox -- Mozambique : a credible commitment to peace / Carrie Manning & Chipo Dendere -- Developing quality peace : moving forward / Peter Wallensteen & Madhav Joshi.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .U535 2018

Election administration and the politics of voter access
Pallister, Kevin, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2017
Introduction -- Election administration inclusiveness -- Electoral integrity and inclusiveness in the Americas -- Guatemala : raising obstacles to voter participation, 1983-2003 -- Guatemala : election administration reform and improving voter access, 2004-2011 -- Nicaragua : bringing the ballot to the people, 1984-1996 -- Nicaragua : the slow erosion of inclusiveness, 2000-2012 -- El salvador : from voter exclusion to halting reform -- Conclusion -- List of interviews -- Appendix: Recommendations from international election observer missions.
Baker Berry JL1418 .P35 2017

Populism and the Web : communicative practices of parties and movements in Europe
edited by Mojca Pajnik and Birgit Sauer
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Foreword : populism is better understood in its relation with the media / Gianpietro Mazzoleni -- Introductory remarks from "hate speech" to "hate tweets" / Ruth Wodak -- Populism and the Web : an introduction to the book / Mojca Pajnik, Birgit Sauer -- Post-democracy, party politics and right-wing populist communication / Birgit Sauer, Anna Krasteva, Aino Saarinen -- Populist political communication in mediatized society / Mojca Pajnik, Susi Meret -- Right-wing populist convergences and spillovers in hybrid media systems / Iztok Ori, Vanya Ivanova -- Media, politics and democracy : populist and post-populist Europe in the mirror of the Italian experience / Giovanna Campani -- From anti-Europeanism to welfare nationalism : populist strategies on the Web / Ildiko Otova and Heini Puurunen -- Anti-migration and Islamophobia : Web populism and targeting the "easiest other" / Denitza Kamenova and Etienne Pingaud -- Perceptions of gender : the discourse of the far right on the Web / Gabriella Lazaridis and Vasiliki Tsagkroni -- Sexuality online : the construction of right-wing populists' "internal others" in the Web / Roman Kuhar and Edma Ajanovic -- Media populism in post-democracy : the crossroads of right and left political parties / Birgit Sauer, Mojca Pajnik, Susi Meret -- Countering populist othering online : strategies of anti-racist movements / Kaarina Aitamurto and Evelina Staikova.
Baker Berry JA85.2.E85 P66 2018

Peacekeeping and the African Union : building negative peace
Cocodia, Jude, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Deducing the factors that matter -- Burundi (2003-2004) : plugging the gap when funding and mandate fail -- The Comoros (2003-2008) : when external and local factors working in harmony -- Somalia (2007-) : contingent character makes the difference -- Mali (2013) : a foreign lead state to the rescue -- Darfur (2004-) : when elites connive against keeping the peace -- The Central African Republic (2013-2014) : when political elites and citizens fail -- Conclusions : factors that matter and how they interact.
Baker Berry JZ6377.A35 C64 2018

Legitimacy in peacebuilding : rethinking civil society involvement in peace negotiations
Zanker, Franzisca, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The book offers a critical analysis of legitimacy in peacebuilding, with a focus on peace negotiations and civil society participation in particular. The aim of this book is to unpack the meaning of legitimacy for the population in peacebuilding processes and the relationship this has with civil society involvement. There is a growing consensus for addressing local concerns in peacebuilding, with the aim of ensuring local ownership. Moreover, scholars have noted a relationship between civil society inclusion in peace negotiations and legitimacy. Yet, the very idea of legitimacy remains a black box. Using data from original empirical fieldwork - including over 100 semi-structured interviews and 12 focus group discussions - the book focuses on two case studies of negotiations that, respectively, ended a long civil war in Liberia in 2003 and ended the post-election violence in Kenya in 2008. It argues that civil society involvement is conceptually insufficient to show a multidimensional understanding of legitimacy. Instead, the book shows a complex picture of legitimate peace negotiations, based on outcome and participation-based characteristics with the involvement of both ̀guarantors' of legitimacy and a more general civic agency which includes the general population. Through forms of participative communication, the passive audience become active stakeholders in the construction of legitimacy. This has repercussions for how we think about civil society and peacebuilding more generally. This book will be of much interest to students of peacebuilding, conflict resolution, security studies and IR in general.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .Z3396 2018

Public security and governance in contemporary China
edited by Mingjun Zhang and Xinye Wu ; translated by Fang Fang
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Preface -- An analysis of typical contentious actions happened in 2013 -- How contentious actions become violent? -- Violent patient-hospital disputes : emerging and escalating -- Monetary compensation for mine disaster settlement -- Domain security and nonconventional security : operation of agency of China Kouan -- Joint response mechanism of public emergencies in China -- Policy changes for urban vendor management -- Sysmatic respondence in China's water pollution accident -- Food safety chain : policy and empirical perspective -- NPOs involved in social conflicts and the relationship with government -- Social integration of the second-generation rural migrants in Shanghai -- Political priority over rule of law : ethnic conflicts and solutions in China.
Baker Berry JF1525.P6 P835 2018

Japan's international democracy assistance as soft power : neoclassical realist analysis
Ichihara, Maiko, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JZ1745 .I35 2018

Injustice, memory and faith in human rights
edited by Kalliopi Chainoglou, Barry Collins, Michael Phillips and John Strawson
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction / Kalliopi Chainoglou, Barry Collins, Michael Phillips and John Strawson -- Ghosts of war crimes past : a report from the front-line in Bangladesh / Wayne Morrison -- Modern Islamic memory and the ISIS "caliphate" / John Strawson -- Peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland : the case of Irish nationalism / Cillian McGrattan -- Selecting the memory, controlling the myth : the propaganda of legal foundations in early modern drama / Eric Heinze -- Sin carries the penance : Spanish civil wars's conflict of guilt and justice / Ignacio Fernandez de Mata -- Beginning anew : exceptional institutions and the politics of ritual / Paul Muldoon -- Promoting reconciliation and protecting human rights : an underdeveloped relationship / Nasia Hadjigeorgiou -- Human rights as acts of faith: universal jurisdiction and the law of historical memory in Spain / Barry Collins -- The right to historical truth and the rights to historical memory vs historical revisionism and denialism : a human rights analysis / Kalliopi Chainoglou -- Misplaced faith? : implementing the Spanish 2007 reparations law / Georgia Blakeley -- Faith, justice and Catholic public memory : the problem of reconciliation in Australia and New Zealand / Dominic O'Sullivan -- A pastoral care for reconciliation : Spanish Catholic bishops and historical memory during the "Zapatero era" 2004-2011 / Miero Berrettini -- The Australian Christian churches and the aboriginal reconciliation process : public religion and its limitations / Michael Phillips -- Conclusion : Varosha : a memorial / Mertkan Hamit and John Strawson.

"This multi-disciplinary collection interrogates the role of human rights in addressing past injustices. The volume draws on legal scholars, political scientists, anthropologists and political philosophers grappling with the weight of the memory of historical injustices arising from conflicts in Europe, the Middle East and Australasia. It examines the role of human rights as legal doctrine, rhetoric and policy as developed by states, international organizations, regional groups and non-governmental bodies. The authors question whether faith in human rights is justified as balm to heal past injustice or whether such faith nourishes both victimhood and self-justification. These issues are explored through three discrete sections: moments of memory and injustice, addressing injustice; and questions of faith. In each of these sections, authors address the manner in which memory of past conflicts and injustice haunt our contemporary understanding of human rights. The volume questions whether the expectation that human rights law can deal with past injustice has undermined the development of an emancipatory politics of human rights for our current world."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JC578 .I55 2018

Great power multilateralism and the prevention of war : debating a 21st century concert of powers
edited by Harald Müller and Carsten Rauch
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Introduction : risks of great power conflict in the 21st century / Harald Müller, Carsten Rauch and Iris Wurm -- The concert of Europe and international security governance : how did it operate, what did it accomplish, what were its shortcomings, what can we learn? / Matthias Schulz -- Concerts as a mode of ordering in world politics : an ideal type approach / Adam Humphreys -- The dark side of the European concert of powers : caveats to be taken into account for successfully managing peace / Andreas Fahrmeir -- The dangers of great power connivance / Bertrand Badie -- The club practices of concert diplomacy : the paradox and effects of selective cooperation with global objectives / Mélanie Albaret and Delphine Lagrange -- The concert and existing organizations and legal structures at the global level / Stefan Kadelbach -- The normative foundations for a new global concert in an age of western retrenchment / Kyle Lascurettes and Sara B. Moller -- The concert of powers and competing government models / Hans-Joachim Spanger -- Just a concert or a just concert : the role of justice and fairness considerations / Harald Müller, Daniel Müller and Carsten Rauch -- The exclusion problem and the need for legitimacy / Konstanze Jüngling and Siddharth Mallavarapu -- Ownership matters in a 21st century concert of powers / Pang Zhongying and Mao Weizhun -- Between informality and formality : concert operations in a densely institutionalized world / Kanti Bajpai and Harald Müller -- Concert of concerts : the geopolitical role of regional inter-state organizations / Alexander Nikitin and Oleg Demidov -- Great power accommodation, nuclear weapons and concerts of power / Nicola Leveringhaus and Andrew Hurrell -- Managing power transitions with a concert of powers / Harald Müller and Carsten Rauch.
Baker Berry JZ5588 .G738 2018

Presidents and democracy in Latin America
edited by Manuel Alcántara, Jean Blondel and Jean-Louis Thiébault
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Politics in Latin America in the past third of a century (1978-2015) / Manuel Alcántara -- Presidential leadership in Latin America / Jean-Louis Thiébault -- The character of the "government" in Latin American presidential republics / Jean Blondel -- Political career trajectories and social backgrounds : Latin American presidents in comparative perspective (1978-2015) / Manuel Alcántara, Mélany Barragán and Francisco Sánchez -- Mexico : Zedillo and Calderón : the challenges of governing under adversity / Marisol Reyes -- Colombia : political leadership in a turbulent environment, César Gaviria and Álvaro Uribe Vélez / Javier Duque -- The singularity of Peruvian politics and the role of presidential leadership : the cases of Alberto Fujimori and Alan García / Martín Tanaka and Jorge Morel -- Presidential leadership in a robust presidency : the Brazilian case / Magna Inácio -- Menem and Kirchner : the two faces of Peronism? / Mario D. Serrafero -- Chile : continuity and change in presidential government : Patricio Aylwin and Richardo Lagos / Carlos Huneeus.
Baker Berry JL961 .P7295 2018

The promise of democratic equality in the United States
Roscoe, Douglas D., 1969- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Created equal -- Unequal by design -- Person, one vote; two people, one voter -- One dollar, one vote -- Free or equal -- Regulating the marketplace of ideas -- The heavenly chorus -- Minority rule -- Failure or fairness?
Baker Berry JC575 .R5665 2018

Foreign policies toward Taiwan
Hu, Shaohua, 1963- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
National interest and foreign policies -- Taiwan in the modern world -- Japan and Taiwan -- The U.S. and Taiwan -- Russia and Taiwan -- The EU and Taiwan -- The two Koreas and Taiwan -- Small states and Taiwan -- Retrospect and prospect.
Baker Berry JZ1733 .H8 2018

Nordic nationalism and penal order : walling the welfare state
Barker, Vanessa, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Nordic nationalism and penal order : puzzle, arguments and objectives -- The internal logic of the welfare state -- Mapping membership : social fault lines in Sweden -- Penal nationalism : its forms and functions -- Contesting the pain of others -- At the border fence : inward security, outward harm -- Appendix: research process and moments of discovery.
Baker Berry JV8222 .B37 2018

Peace leadership : the quest for connectedness
edited by Stan Amaladas and Sean Byrne
London ; Routledge, 2018
Leading for peace : peace leaders breaking the mould / Stan Amaladas & Sean Byrne -- Facilitating peace : perspectives from ecosystemic family therapy / Raphael J. Becvar and Dorothy S. Becvar -- Women, leadership, and building peace / Celia Cook-Huffman & Anna Snyder -- The intentional leadership of Mohandas Gandhi / Stan Amaladas -- The integral perspective of peace leadership : the life and work of Christiana Thorpe of Sierra Leone / Whitney McIntyre Miller and Michael Wundah -- Authentic peace leadership / Erich Schellhammer -- Values-based, servant, and peace leadership : as exemplified by Jane Addams / Mindy S. McNutt -- Conscious peace leadership : examining the leadership of Mandela and Sri Aurobindo / B. Ann Dinan -- The role of peace leadership, politics, and culture in protracted ethnopolitical conflicts / Sean Byrne -- Leadership for emancipatory peace : lessons from the South Korean student movement / Su-Mei Ooi and Siobhan McEvoy-Levy -- Peace leadership and the language of reconciliation / Kevin Lamoureux -- Military peace leadership : space and design for connectedness / Thomas G. Matyók -- Critical caring as a requisite for peace leadership / Peggy L. Chinn and Adeline Falk-Rafael -- Conclusion : peace leaders leading for peace / Sean Byrne and Stan Amaladas.
Baker Berry JZ5538 .P37365 2018

Rethinking humanitarian intervention in the 21st century
edited by Aiden Warren and Damian Grenfell
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2017]
Notes on contributors -- Foreword -- Abbreviations and acronyms. Introduction / Aiden Warren and Damian Grenfell. Part 1 The evolution of humanitarian interventions in a global era : Rethinking humanitarian-military interventions: violence and modernity in an age of globalisation / Damian Grenfell -- Peace in the twenty-first century: states, capital and institutions / Oliver P. Richmond -- The evolution of economic interventions and the violence of international accountability over the longue durée / Bronwen Everill -- Changing patterns of social connection across interventions: unravelling aberrant globalisation / Paul Battersby. Part 2 The limits of sovereignty and the ethics of interventions : A framework for reimagining order and justice: transitions in violence and interventions in a global era / Michaelene Cox -- Humanitarian intervention? Responding ethically to globalising violence in an age of mediated violence / Paul James -- "Manifestly failing" and "unwilling or unable" as intervention formulas: a critical assessment / Ingvild Bode -- Interventions and the limits of the responsibility to protect: regional organisations and the global south / Joseph Hongoh -- Regulating the abstraction of violence: interventions and the deployment of new technologies globally / Aiden Warren. Part 3 The politics of post-intervention (re- )building and humanitarian engagement : (Re- )building the world: local agency and human security in the new millennium / Trudy Fraser -- Who rebuilds? Local roles in rebuilding shattered societies / Susan H. Allen -- Transforming the discourse of civil-military interaction in humanitarian environments / Vandra Harris. Index.

Since the Cold War, humanitarian interventions have transitioned through a range of stages. These 12 essays focus on the challenges associated with interventions, conflict and attendant human rights violations, unmitigated and systematic violence, state re-building, and issues associated with human mobility and dislocation. Each chapter is linked to the rest through three defining themes that permeate the book: the 'global and the local' in the context of interventions; extending and broadening the definitions associated with interventions; and mapping the evolution of interventions over the last three decades.
Baker Berry JZ6369 .R49 2017

Jean Bodin : 'this pre-eminent man of France' : an intellectual biography
Lloyd, Howell A., author
Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2017
Angers -- Educational pursuits -- Humanist engagements -- Law and history -- Getting and spending -- République -- Estates and demons -- "Propositum meum retardarunt" -- Vita contemplativa -- Coda: Colloquium -- Conclusion.

Jean Bodin was a figure of great importance in European intellectual history, known as a jurist, associate of kings and courtiers in sixteenth-century France, and author of influential works in the fields of constitutional and social thought, historical writing, witchcraft, and a great deal else besides. Best known for his contribution to formulating the modern doctrine of sovereignty, Bodin was a scholar of exceptional range, whose works provoked controversy in his own time and have continued to do so down the centuries. Hugh Trevor-Roper described him as 'the Aristotle, the Montesquieu of the sixteenth century, the prophet of comparative history, of political theory, of the philosophy of law, of the quantitative theory of money, and of so much else'.
Baker Berry JC139.B8 L56 2017

Human rights in democracies
Haschke, Peter, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JC571 .H352 2018

EU foreign policy and Hamas : inconsistencies and paradoxes
Ziadeh, Adeeb, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Theorizing the EU foreign policy towards Hamas -- The formation of the EU foreign policy towards Palestine : contextual historical perspective -- Inconsistency of the EU discourse regarding Hamas : norms and values under investigation -- Resistance-terrorism debate in the EU-Hamas context : clash of visions -- The EU's perception of Israel as a self-driving determinant -- US influence on the EU regarding Hamas : analytical perspective.

Shortly after the overwhelming victory of Hamas in the 2006 parliamentary and municipal elections, civil war broke out in the Gaza Strip between members of the two factions, Hamas and Fatah. The EU, along with the US, UN and Russia, not only gave its support to Fatah against Hamas, but also imposed a tough siege on the Hamas government in an attempt to force it to accept the Quartet's political conditions, described by Hamas leaders as unfair and impossible. Many observers are convinced that the EU's behaviour in this matter has been unreasonable and has conflicted with the EU's own democratic beliefs and values. This book sheds light on the EU's policies in Palestine mainly from 2003- 2013, and provides a thorough examination of the inconsistencies and paradoxes in the EU discourse towards Hamas, and the determinants underlying such contradictions. It explores the reasons behind the EU labelling the Hamas a terrorist organization and discusses why the EU has boycotted its democratically elected body since 2006. Significantly, the book looks at whether the EU jeopardized its reputation and contravened its core normative values and objectives (democracy promotion, human rights, the rule of law and fundamental freedoms) by such a categorisation of Hamas. Exploring the EU's policy towards Hamas is vital for understanding how the relationship between the EU and the rest of the Islamists in the Middle East is perceived, as it enables both sides to have a cognitive basis upon which to construct better relations. This book, based upon a vast spread of primary EU documents and interviews, will therefore be a valuable resource for those studying the Arab Israeli conflict, Political Islamic movements, the Middle East Peace Process.
Baker Berry JQ1830.A98 H3794 2018

Political theory and the enlarged mentality
Acreman, Stephen, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Baker Berry JC423 .A255 2018

Meeting security challenges in a disordered world
project director & editor, Rebecca K.C. Hersman ; authors, Anthony Bell, Alice Hunt Friend, Kathryn McNabb Cochran, Rebecca K.C. Hersman, Melissa Dalton, Sarah Minot, Marc Frey
Washington, DC : Center for Strategic & International Studies ; [2017]
Part 1. Introduction -- Part 2. Case studies. Addressing a humanitarian crisis in a collapsed region / Melissa Dalton -- Countering terrorism and violent extremism / Anthony Bell and Alice Hunt Friend -- Countering regional aggression / Kathryn McNabb Cochran -- Responding to a cross-border health crisis / Sarah Minot -- Countering deepening criminal violence at the subnational level / Marc Frey -- Part 3. Conclusion. Key themes and takeaways

The United States must be prepared to operate in a range of complex environments to meet a range of security challenges and threats, including humanitarian emergencies, terrorism and violent extremism, great power aggression, health security crises, and international criminal violence.
Baker Berry JZ5588 .H47 2017

Dignity and human rights : language philosophy and social realizations
Leher, Stephan, author
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The end of history or the beginning of a human rights history? -- Two surprising facts : there are a first case and a first international court to hold defendants responsible for their crimes according to the rule of human rights law -- The individual woman, man and queer is the subject of international human rights law -- There is a plurality of understandings and realizations of the concept "human dignity" -- Dignity, human rights and language philosophy -- The west's adherence to privileges, cultural contexts and arguments on state sovereignty challenge universal human rights -- Democracy is about self-determination of women, men and queer within their communities -- Choice and ability to claim one's dignity as policies of the individual -- A question to be answered by empirical social research : are women and men conscious of their dignity in relation to the quality of their social choices and social realizations? -- Language philosophy, interview sentences, dignity and human rights.
Baker Berry JC571 .L379 2018

二大政党制の崩壊と政権担当能力評価 / 山田真裕
山田真裕, 1965- author
Tōkyō : Bokutakusha, 2017
Baker Berry Japan JQ1698.A1 Y345 2017

Biopolitics
Mills, Catherine, 1972- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
A new regime of power : Foucault -- Biopolitics as thanatopolitics : Agamben -- Totalitarianism and the political animal : Arendt -- Affirmative biopolitics : Negri and Esposito -- Politics : sovereignty, violence, rights -- Life : biology, technology, reproduction -- Subjectivity : persons, race, gender.

The concept of biopolitics has been one of the most important and widely used in recent years in disciplines across the humanities and social sciences. In Biopolitics, Mills provides a wide-ranging and insightful introduction to the field of biopolitical studies. The first part of the book provides a much-needed philosophical introduction to key theoretical approaches to the concept in contemporary usage. This includes discussions of the work of Michel Foucault, Giorgio Agamben, Hannah Arendt, Roberto Esposito, and Antonio Negri. In the second part of the book, Mills discusses various topics across the categories of politics, life, and subjectivity. These include questions of sovereignty and governmentality, violence, rights, technology, reproduction, race, and sexual difference. This book will be an indispensable guide for those wishing to gain an understanding of the central theories and issues in biopolitical studies. For those already working with the concepts of biopolitics, it provides challenging and provocative insights and argues for a ground-breaking reorientation of the field. -- from back cover.
Baker Berry JA80 .M55 2018

Democratic political tragedy in the postcolony : the tragedy of postcoloniality in Michael Manley's Jamaica and Nelson Mandela's South Africa
Graham, Greg A., author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
"A ground-breaking work in Africana political thought that links the plight of progressive political endeavors in Africa with those in the Diaspora and beyond, Democratic Tragedy in the Postcolony engages with two of the defining political sagas of the postcolonial era. The book presents Michael Manley of Jamaica and Nelson Mandela of South Africa as tragic political leaders at the helm of popular democratic projects that run aground in the face of the constraints that a subordinate position in the global economy presents for such endeavors. Jamaica's experiment with democratic socialism as an alternative path to development at the height of the cold war is considered alongside post-Apartheid South Africa's search for a development model consistent with the demand for civic empowerment and equitable distribution of social goods in the aftermath of Apartheid. Democratic Political Tragedy in the Postcolony theorizes the defining tragic impasse and the telling vacillations by which the postcolonies in question are brought to the neoliberal catastrophes that currently prevail."--Publisher's summary.
Baker Berry JL639.A15 G73 2018

NATO's lessons in crisis : institutional memory in international organizations
Hardt, Heidi, 1983- author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
Lessons in failure: institutional memory of strategic errors -- Tête à tête: the informal development of institutional memory -- Dilemmas in design: constraints on sharing knowledge of errors -- See no evil: reflections on errors in Afghanistan, Libya and Ukraine -- Hear no evil: the informal processes of sharing knowledge of errors -- Speak no evil: the sources that spur knowledge sharing of errors -- A reactive culture: why the informal development of memory persists -- Conclusion: toward total recall in crisis management.
Baker Berry JZ5930 .H37 2018

The history of the European migration regime : Germany's strategic hegemony
Comte, Emmanuel, 1960- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
An unstable regime, 1947-1954 -- A new regime taking shape, 1955-1964 -- A shrinking dynamic, 1965-1973 -- A protectionist status quo, 1973-1984 -- A selective and regionalist regime, 1984-1992.
Baker Berry JV8025 .C65 2018

Tunisia's international relations since the 'Arab Spring' : transition inside and out
edited by Tasnim Abderrahim, Laura-Theresa Krüger, Salma Besbes and Katharina McLarren
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018
Part 1. Principles, aspirations, limitations: reshaping Tunisia's foreign policy -- The polity of Tunisia's external relations before and after 2011 / Ines Kalai & Jaweher Skhiri -- The Essebsi government (2011) : continuity or change? / Aymen Briki & Reinhardt Rummel -- The Troika governments (2011-2014) : orientations and constraints / Mohamed Nidhal Zaier & Ignaz Völk -- The Jomaa government (2014-2015) : Tunisia as a 'start-up democracy' / Tasnim Abderrahim & Mootaz Ghothbani -- Part 2. Oscillation, cooperation, commitment : Tunisia and its partners -- France and Tunisia : friendship reactivated? / Laura-Theresa Krüger -- Germany and Tunisia : friendship in the making? / Edmund Ratka & Bernhard Stahl -- Tunisia and the EU : "more of the same" or starting anew? / Laura-Theresa Krüger, Edmund Ratka & Emna Chihi Ouji -- Turkey and Tunisia : building bridges in stormy times? / Elena Dück & Rihab Kordi -- The U.S. and Tunisia : from democracy promotion to security consolidation / Salma Besbes & Tasnim Abderrahim -- Part 3. Inspiration, conditionality, concertation : Tunisia and international institutions -- International financial institutions : business as usual in Tunisia? / Lisa Spantig -- The Arab Maghreb Union : a new quality of foreign policy cooperation? / Laura-Theresa K̈ruger & Mohamed Nidhal Zaier -- Arab League and United Nations : Tunisia's new activism? / Katharina McLarren -- Part 4. Challenges, uncertainty, determination : key transnational issues -- Tunisia's migration policy : from a reactive to a proactive approach / Sabrine Souissi & Katharina McLarren -- Tunisia's security policy : threats and reform efforts / Soumaya Hichri & Ignaz Völk -- Radicalisation and terrorism in Tunisia : the lure of jihadism for a marginalised youth / Edmund Ratka & Marie-Christine Roux -- What is 'new' regarding Tunisia's place in the world : empirical findings and theoretical departures / Bernhard Stahl.

When popular protests started in Tunisia in late 2010, few anticipated the implications these events would have for the entire Arab region. In the following years, this region witnessed deep changes, increased divisions, and even failing states. Meanwhile, Tunisia managed to assert itself as a new democracy. How did this small country manage its democratic transition within such a short period? And what implications has this had for its foreign policy and its role in international politics? This book assesses Tunisia's transition 'inside and out' from four angles: Tunisian polity and politics which provide the framework for its foreign policy since the 'Arab Spring'; bilateral relations before and after the 'Arab Spring'; Tunisia's activism in international organisations as well their presence in Tunisia; and transnational issues in Tunisia. Drawing on a broad range of primary sources, including authors' own interview material conducted with politicians and representatives of civil society and international NGOs involved in the transition process, the book shows that since 2011 Tunisia has not only developed fundamentally at the domestic level, but also at the level of external relations. New and old alliances, a broadening of relations, and new activism of civil society and of Tunisia in international organisations certify that Tunisia has the potential to play an increasingly important role regionally as well as internationally.
Baker Berry JZ1933 .T86 2018

Trust in international relations : rationalist, constructivist, and psychological approaches
edited by Hiski Haukkala, Carina van de Wetering, and Johanna Vuorelma
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction : approaching trust and mistrust in international relations / Hiski Haukkala, Carina van de Wetering, and Johanna Vuorelma -- Understanding the trust-distrust nexus between the United States and Egypt / Ville Sinkkonen -- Trust as narrative : representing Turkey in Western foreign policy analysis / Johanna Vuorelma -- Mistrust amongst democracies : constructing US-India insecurity during the Cold War / Carina van de Wetering -- The role of rational trust in ASEAN's creation / Scott Edwards -- The cycle of mistrust in EU-Russia relations / Hiski Haukkala and Sinikukka Saari -- Mistrust within trust : Finnish-Swedish defence cooperation and the ghosts of the 1990 EC application incident / Tapio Juntunen and Matti Pesu -- Taking stock of the study of trust in international relations / Tuomas Forsberg.
Baker Berry JZ1253 .T78 2018

New Chinese migrations : mobility, home, and inspirations
edited by Yuk Wah Chan and Sin Yee Koh
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JV8701 .N48 2018

Cases in international relations : principles and applications
Snow, Donald M., 1943- author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
Baker Berry JZ1242 .S658 2018

The Presidency and social media : discourse, disruption, and digital democracy in the 2016 presidential election
edited by Dan Schill and John Allen Hendricks
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Discourse, disruption, and digital democracy : political communication in the 2016 presidential campaign / Dan Schill and John Allen Hendricks -- Social media, news platforms, and partisan exposure : voters' media preferences during the 2016 presidential campaign season / Michael A. Beam, Paul M. Haridakis, Myiah J. Hutchens, and Jay D. Hmielowski -- Trump supporters vs. Republican voters : how frustration with the media separated the GOP in 2016 / Sharon E. Jarvis and Jay T. Jennings -- Online communication regarding Ohio's 2016 presidential primary / Jeffrey H. Kuznekoff, Leland G. Spencer, and Robert N. Burt -- Foreign policy and presidential elections : a look at the Iowa caucuses / Raluca Cozma -- The effects of political social media use on efficacy and cynicism in the 2016 presidential election : exploring the possibility of a reinforcing spiral / Benjamin R. Warner, Molly M. Greenwood, Freddie J. Jennings, and Josh C. Bramlett -- Streaming entertainment and talking politics : social television in the shaping of online and offline political talk during the 2016 campaign / Sarah Krongard and Jacob Groshek -- The verbal tone of the 2016 presidential primaries : candidate Twitter, debate, and campaign speech rhetoric / David Lynn Painter and Katherine Rizzo -- Themes in candidate messaging on Twitter during the "invisible" presidential primary / Kate Kenski and Christine R. Filer -- Rhetoric in a transmedia storytelling campaign : how Trump deployed the paranoid style in 2016 / Zac Gershberg -- Humor use and policy mentions in candidate interviews across talk-show sub-genres in the 2016 presidential election / Dannagal G. Young and Johanna M. Lukk -- Donald Trump and the "oxygen of publicity" : branding, social media, and traditional media / Sarah Oates and Wendy W. Moe -- The infographic election : the role of visual content on social media in the 2016 presidential campaign / Terri L. Towner -- Tweets as tools : exploring the campaign functions of candidates' tweets in the 2016 presidential campaign / Thomas Kim Hixson -- Internet memes as polyvocal political participation / Andrew S. Ross and Damian J. Rivers -- Engaged brigade : digital platforms and millennial engagement in the 2016 election / Alison N. Novak -- Donald Trump and the late-night political humor of campaign 2016 : all the Donald, all the time / Stephen J. Farnsworth, S. Robert Lichter, and Deanne Canieso.
Baker Berry JK526 2016 .P737 2018

Universities and conflict : the role of higher education in peacebuilding and resistance
edited by Juliet Millican
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
The social role and responsibility of a university in different social and political contexts / Juliet Millican -- The stages of violent conflict : towards a framework for constructive intervention? / Stephen Ryan -- A review of the literature on universities and conflict / Samson Milton -- Queen's University Belfast in times of in violence and peace / John Brewer -- What can a university do? : reflections on challenging the Israeli military occupation's criminalization of education and the mass detentions of Palestinian students at Birzeit University / Penny Johnson -- Reflections on a programme for a peaceful city at the University of Bradford / Lisa Cumming, with Amhira Khatun and Graeme Chesters -- Providing legal aid to disadvantaged communities in an Occupied Territory : attempting to bridge the human rights standards gap / Munir Nuseibar -- Bridging the "international-local gap" in peacebuilding through academic cooperation : the Southeast European Regional Master' Program in Peace Studies / Nemanja Dzuverovic and Damir Kapidzic -- Using education to build peace : the Northern Ireland experience of educators working with a marginalized and disenfranchised community / John Bell, Maire Braniff and Jonny Byrne -- Social and moral responsibilities of foreign language teachers in post conflict, fragile and fragmented Bosnia and Herzegovina / Larisa Kasumagic Kafedvcic -- Reflections on the role of research at the Institute of Women's Studies at Birzeit University : education as a political practice : women studies as a vehicle for change / Eileen Kuttab -- Student responses to the absence of a functional university system : alternative pathways to higher education in Myanmar / Cecile Medial and Amy Doffegnies -- Disrupting coloniality, student-led resistance to the oppressive status quo in South Africa / Savo Heleta, Awethu Fatyela and Thanduxolo Nkala -- Reflections on the university as a microcosm of the state in Burma/Myanmar / Rosalie Metro -- Working with managers, academics and students in peacebuilding and resistance / Francesca Burke and Juliet Millican.

"This book uses a series of case studies to examine the roles played by universities during situations of conflict, peacebuilding and resistance. While a body of work dealing with the role of education in conflict does exist, this is almost entirely concerned with compulsory education and schooling. This book, in contrast, highlights and promotes the importance of higher education, and universities in particular, to situations of conflict, peacebuilding and resistance. Using case studies from Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East, this volume considers institutional responses, academic responses and student responses, illustrating these in chapters written by those who have had direct experience of these issues. Looking at a university's tripartite functions (of research, teaching and service) in relation to the different phases or stages of conflict (pre conflict, violence, post conflict and peacebuilding), it draws together some of the key contributions a university might make to situations of instability, resistance and recovery. The book is organised in five sections that deal with conceptual issues, institutional responses, academic-led or discipline-specific responses, teaching or curriculum-led responses and student involvement. Aimed at those working in universities or concerned with conflict recovery and peacebuilding it highlights ways in which universities can be a valuable, if currently neglected, resource."--
Baker Berry JZ5534 .U56 2018

State capacity, economic control, and authoritarian elections
Seeberg, Merete Bech, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Although the phenomenon of authoritarian elections has been a focal point for the literature on authoritarian institutions for more than a decade, our understanding of the effect of authoritarian elections is still limited. Combining evidence from cross-national studies with studies on selected cases relying on recent field work, this book suggests a solution to the "paradox of authoritarian elections". Rather than focusing on authoritarian elections as a uniform phenomenon, it focuses on the differing conditions under which authoritarian elections occur. It demonstrates that the capacities available to authoritarian rulers shape the effect of elections and high levels of state capacity and control over the economy increase the probability that authoritarian multi-party elections will stabilize the regime. Where these capacities are limited, the regime is more likely to succumb in the face of elections. The findings imply that although multi-party competition and state strength may be important prerequisites for democracy, they can under some circumstances obstruct democratization by preventing the demise of dictatorships. This text will be of key interest to scholars, students and practitioners of democratization, and to those who study autocracy and electoral authoritarianism, as well as comparative politics more broadly.--
Baker Berry JC480 .S4 2018

Ancient models in the early modern republican imagination
edited by Wyger Velema, Arthur Weststeijn
Leiden ; Brill, [2018]
Ancient Models in the Early Modern Republican Imagination', edited by Wyger Velema and Arthur Weststeijn, approaches the early modern republican political imagination from a fresh perspective. While most scholars agree on the importance of the classical world to early modern republican theorists, its role is all too often described in rather abstract and general terms such as "classical republicanism" or the "neo-roman theory of free states". The contributions to this volume propose a different approach and all focus on the specific ways in which ancient republics such as Rome, Athens, Sparta, and the Hebrew Republic served as models for early modern republican thought. The result is a novel interpretation of the impact of antiquity on early modern republicanism.
Baker Berry JC421 .A52 2018

Cleavages, institutions and competition : understanding vote nationalisation in Western Europe, (1965-2015)
Emanuele, Vincenzo, 1986- author
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
List of tables and figures -- List of abbreviations -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Theoretical and methodological framework -- Theoretical background -- Research design -- Assessing vote nationalization -- Vote nationalization trends (1965-2015) -- Explaining vote nationalization -- The macro-sociological determinants -- The institutional constraints -- The competition factors -- Towards an explanation -- Vote (de- )nationalization in Western Europe: main findings and implications -- Appendix: vote nationalization trends (1965-2015): national variations -- References -- Index.
Baker Berry JF1005 .E53 2018

Scientific cosmology and international orders
Allan, Bentley, 1983- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction : science and the transformation of international politics -- Cosmology and change in international orders -- Natural philosophy in balance of power Europe, 1550-1815 -- Darwin, social knowledge, and development in the British Colonial Office and the League of Nations, 1850-1945 -- Neoclassical economics and the growth imperative in the World Bank and postwar international order, 1945-2000 -- Conclusion : the future of cosmological change.
Baker Berry JZ1318 .A6586 2018

Big data and analytics applications in government : current practices and future opportunities
edited by Gregory Richards
Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]
Why government analytics why now? / Gregory Richards -- Big data and analytics in government organizations : a knowledge-based perspective / Matt Chegus -- Setting the context for analytics : performance management in Canadian public organizations : findings of a multi-case study / Swee Goh, Catherine Elliott, Gregory Richards -- Preparing for analytics : the Dubai Government Excellence Program / Khaled Khattab, Rajesh-Kumar -- Leveraging innovation systems : supporting science and technology capability analysis through big "messy" data visualization / Andrew Vallerand , Anthony J Masys, Gary Geling -- Big data analytics and public bus transportation systems (PBTS) in China : a strategic intelligence approach based on knowledge and risk management / Eduardo Rodriquez -- Government of India prepares for big data analytics using Aadhaar Card Unique Identification System / Nikhil Varma, Rajesh K Tyagi -- Visual data mining with virtual reality spaces : exploring Canadian federal government data / Julio Valdes -- Institutionalizing analytics : a case study / Gregory Richards, Catherine Elliott, Swee Goh -- Modelling data sources / Okhaide Akhibe and Daniel Amyot -- Analyzing predictors of severe traffic accidents / Sean Geddes, Kevin Lai -- Epilogue : an analytic maturity model for government organizations / Gregory Richards.
Baker Berry JF1525.A8 B56 2018

North Korea, Iran, and the challenge to international order : a comparative perspective
McEachern, Patrick, 1980- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Illicit nuclear aspirants -- A comparative history -- Domestic politics, economy, and ideology -- Foreign and security policy and human rights -- Nonproliferation -- Conclusions and policy implications.

This book examines and compares the political situations in North Korea and Iran, and the contemporary security challenges posed by their illicit nuclear aspirations. While government officials, including a series of American presidents, strategic policy documents and outside analysts have repeatedly noted that North Korea and Iran occupy a similar challenge, the commonality has largely been left unexplored. This book argues that North Korea and Iran are uniquely common in the world today in their illicit nuclear aspirations in violation of their legal commitments made under the Non-Proliferation Treaty. The work evaluates alternative arguments, some of which sustain that the two states should be grouped together based on other metrics, such as nuclear powers that sponsor terrorist organizations or nuclear states that violate human rights, and find alternative explanations do not hold up to empirical scrutiny. Drawing on newly declassified documents and Iranian and North Korean sources, the book provides a comprehensive and comparative assessment of the two states' social, historical, economic, and domestic political structures and situation to make these determinations. Furthermore, it reviews the nuclear issue stemming from Iran and North Korea and the efforts to constrain these programs. The book concludes with specific policy recommendations that apply diplomatic lessons learned from dealing with Iran to North Korea and vice versa. This book will be of interest to students of nuclear proliferation, international security, foreign policy and International Relations.
Baker Berry JZ5675 .M39 2018

Networked insurgencies and foreign fighters in Eurasia
edited by Jean-François Ratelle, Laurence Broers
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JC328.5 .N489 2018

Globalization reappraised : a false oracle or a talisman
Vajpeyi, Dhirendra K., author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2018]
Introduction : globalization reappraised -- Ethno nationalism and the rise of religious fundamentalism/radicalism -- Inequality and globalization : has globalization botched up its promise? -- Global civil society : is it crystallization of contestation? -- Globalization, technology and innovations -- Sustainable development and globalization -- Globalization and human security -- Conclusion : the summer of discontent.
Baker Berry JZ1318 .V335 2018

Postcolonial Europe : comparative reflections after the empires
edited by Lars Jensen, Julia Suárez-Krabbe, Christian Groes and Zoran Lee Pecic
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Uneven whiteness: images of blackness and whiteness in contemporary (postcolonial) Italy (2010-2012) / Gaia Giuliani -- Challenging the domestic colonial archive: notes on the racialization of the Italian Mezzogiorno / Carmine Conelli -- "El moro": discovering the hidden coloniality of the contemporary Spanish/Catalan society and its colonial subjects / Martin Lundsteen -- The coloniality of power and the disempowerment of the Roma / Sabrina Marks and Miye Nadya Tom -- Claiming greyness: Dutch coloniality against polarisation / Patricia Schor and Egbert Alejandro Martina -- How to draw a haunted nation: colonial ghosts and specters in Conceição Lima's poems / Inês Nascimento Rodrigues -- Who speaks the postcolonial community? reflections on language, community, and imperial nostalgia within the European continent / Elena Brugioni -- "Translation as a place of loss": a study of the translations of Fanon's Peau Noire, Masques Blancs (1952) and their role in Anglophone postcolonial studies / Sarah Scales -- Between imperial anxieties and post-colonial discourses / Alice Brown -- Possible Greenland/impossible Denmark? Rigsfællesskabet and the postcolony / Lars Jensen -- From Mobutu to Molenbeek: Belgium and postcolonialism / Sarah Arens -- Comparative posts going political: the postcolonial backlash in Poland / Dorota Kolodziejczyk -- Between East and West: queerness in Zhang Yuan's East palace, West palace / Zoran Pecic.

"Postcolonial Europe: Comparative Reflections after the Empires brings together scholars from across disciplines to rethink European colonialism in the light of its vanishing empires and the rise of new global power structures"--
Baker Berry JV51 .P6513 2018

The politics of borders : sovereignty, security, and the citizen after 9/11
Longo, Matthew, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction -- Borders: thick and thin ; Part I: The Perimeter. The Wall and its shadow: security in the borderlands -- One border, two sovereigns? -- Co-bordering, cosmopolitanism and the specter of empire ; Part II: The Ports of Entry. The tiniest constable: big data, security and the Politics of Identification -- Sovereignty, security and the Politics of Trust -- Into the digital dark: data, the global firewall and the future of security.

Borders sit at the center of global politics. Yet they are too often understood as thin lines, as they appear on maps, rather than as political institutions in their own right. This book takes a detailed look at the evolution of border security in the United States after 9/11. Far from the walls and fences that dominate the news, it reveals borders to be thick, multi-faceted and binational institutions that have evolved greatly in recent decades. The book contributes to debates within political science on sovereignty, citizenship, cosmopolitanism, human rights and global justice. In particular, the new politics of borders reveal a sovereignty that is not waning, but changing, expanding beyond the state carapace and engaging certain logics of empire. --
Baker Berry JV6483 .L67 2018

Evaluating American democracy and public policymaking
Schreckhise, William Dean, 1969- author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
Public policy-making in America -- A history of policy-making in the U.S -- The environment of policymaking in the U.S -- Actors in the policymaking system -- Views of government -- Participation and public policy -- Shaping public policy : the unofficial actors -- Shaping the response: official institutions -- Policy responsiveness -- Economic equality -- Income equality -- Sex equality -- Age equality -- Conclusion.

"Lurking in the back of the minds of many students of American government is the question, "How well does the American political system work?" This book examines this in a way that is broad in approach and accessible to readers. Such an ambitious examination of the effectiveness of the American policymaking system leads to one inescapable question: how can you measure "effectiveness?" The answer taken in this book is to employ a number of different criteria. These criteria include: the public's attitudes towards the institutions of government the degree in which all participate equally in political activities the level of which public policy is responsive to public opinion the ability of the actors in the process to create effective public policy the extent the political system imposes costs and benefits on us equally, regardless of our economic condition race, gender, or age. In doing so, this book ties together and expands upon numerous scholarly studies conducted on American public policymaking and uses David Truman's Systems Model as a conceptual guide. Because of the large amount of data presented, the book will also serve as a reference source for others conducting research on American public policy"--
Baker Berry JK468.P64 S435 2018

The handbook of Canadian public administration
edited by Christopher Dunn
Don Mills, Ontario ; Oxford University Press, [2018]
Part 1. Mapping the Canadian public service -- Part 2. The central institutions -- Part 3. The broad public sector -- Part 4. The processes of Canadian public adminstration -- Part 5. Changing expectations of government.
Baker Berry JL108 .H34 2018

Federalism and regional policy in contemporary Russia
Starodubtsev, Andrey, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2018
Tertius gaudens: what is wrong with Russian federalism? -- Why has regional development in Russia failed? -- Who, how, when and how much? Factors of redistribution of intergovernmental transfers in Russia -- Decentralize but not federalize: coordination, subordination and control in Russian territorial governance.

"Asking clear, direct and theoretically informed questions about the relationship between federalism, decentralisation and authoritarianism, this book explores the political survival of authoritarian leaders, the determinants of policy formulation and theories of federalism and decentralization to construct new frameworks for studying territorial governance across a range of authoritarian political systems"--
Baker Berry JN6693.5.S8 S73 2018

Migration, religion, and schooling in liberal democratic states
Collet, Bruce A., author
New York : Routledge, 2018
"Speaking to an increasingly fluid world involving the migration of peoples and cultures, the global resilience of religion, and the role of schooling in fostering liberal democratic values, this book investigates the degree to which secular public schools might facilitate religious migrants' societal integration. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach which draws from political philosophy, the philosophy of education, and the sociology of religion, Collet argues that public schools in liberal democratic states can best facilitate the pluralistic integration of religious migrant students through adopting policies of recognition and accommodation that are not only reasonable in the light of liberal democratic principles, but also informed in terms of what we understand regarding the natural role religion often plays in acculturation."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JV6013.5 .C65 2018

Stranger : the challenge of a Latino immigrant in the Trump era
Ramos, Jorge, 1958- author
New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, [2018]
Prologue -- Get out of my country -- Far from home -- Stranger -- My road north -- The revolution is here -- Hatred -- There is no invasion -- A useless wall -- No one is illegal -- Obama: deporter in chief -- Our 2016 mistake -- Fear and dreamers -- Latinos: the struggle to define ourselves -- Being an immigrant in the Trump era -- When I return to Mexico -- A Mexican childhood -- On amphibians and translators -- When to stop being neutral -- It's just television, that's all -- Disobey! A letter to my children.

Jorge Ramos, an Emmy award-winning journalist, Univision's longtime anchorman and widely considered the "voice of the voiceless" within the Latino community, was forcefully removed from an Iowa press conference in 2015 by then-candidate Donald Trump after trying to ask about his plans on immigration. In this personal manifesto, Ramos sets out to examine what it means to be a Latino immigrant, or just an immigrant, in present-day America. Using current research and statistics, with a journalist's nose for a story, and interweaving his own personal experience, Ramos shows us the changing face of America while also trying to find an explanation for why he, and millions of others, still feel like strangers in this country.
Baker Berry JV6483 .R3713 2018

East-west migration in the European Union
edited by Nicolae Marinescu
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017
This volume investigates the challenges confronted by the European Union (EU) as an international actor deeply influenced by migration. This has been a key phenomenon in recent years and holds great political, economic and social importance for the future of the whole European continent.
Baker Berry JV7590 .E188 2017

Tug of war : negotiating security in Eurasia
Fen Osler Hampson and Mikhail Troitskiy, editors
[Waterloo, ON, Canada] : Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2017]
Introduction -- Part one: Negotiating security order ownership -- Part two: Resolving conflicts: real and imagined -- Part three: Multilateral diplomacy: economics, security and the environment -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JZ6009.E83 T84 2017

Italy from crisis to crisis : political economy, security, and society in the 21st century
edited by Matthew Evangelista
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Italy in crisis: eppur si muove / Matthew Evangelista -- The Canary in the coal mine: movements, parties, and populists in the Italian crises / Sidney Tarrow -- Disembedding the Italian economy? Four trajectories of structural reform / Jonathan Hopkin and Julia Lynch -- The trickle down of corruption: Italy, mafia, and the crisis of legality / Fabio Armao -- Italian foreign policy after the Cold War: enduring crisis and the limits of a post-ideological foreign policy / Elisabetta Brighi -- Running in chains: the transformation of Italian defense policy / Fabrizio Coticchia -- Between shocks and crises: changes in Italian energy policies from the Cold War to today / Elisabetta Bini -- Where have all the young people gone? Generations, family, and work in Italy / Adele Lebano -- An Italian "integration crisis": the role of the state and political actors in excluding immigrants and ethnic minorities / Teresa M. Cappiali -- Va pensiero: the evolution of Italy's information society / Giampiero Giacomello -- Crisis and improvisation?: a historical meditation on Italian post-war political development / Mabel Berezin -- The Italian crisis in comparative perspective / Kenneth Roberts.

Italy from Crisis to Crisis seeks to understand Italy's approach to crises by studying the country in regional, international, and comparative context. Without assuming that the country is abnormal or unusually crisis-prone, the authors treat Italy as an example from which other countries might learn. The book integrates the analysis of domestic politics and foreign policy, including Italy's approach to military interventions, energy security, economic relations with the European Union (EU), and to the NATO alliance, and covers a number of issues that normally receive little attention in studies of "high politics," such as information policy, national identity, immigration, youth unemployment, and family relations. Finally, it puts Italy in a comparative perspective - with other European states, naturally - but also with Latin America, and even the United States, all countries that have experienced similar crises to Italy's and similar - often populist - responses. This text will be of key interest to scholars and students of, and courses on, Italian politics and history, European politics and, more broadly, comparative politics and democracy.--
Baker Berry JN5452 .I83 2018

Democracy beyond the nation state : practicing equality
Parker, Joseph D., 1956- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Democracy promises rule by all, not by the few. Yet, electoral democracies limit decision-making to representatives and have always had a weakness for inequality. How might democracy serve all rather than the few? Democracy Beyond the Nation State: Practicing Equality examines communities that govern their own lives without elites or centralized structures through assemblies and consensus. Rather than claiming equality by abstract rights or citizenship, these groups put equality into practice by reducing wealth and health divides, or landlessness or homelessness, and equalizing workloads. These practices are found in rural India and Brazil, in Buenos Aires, London, and New York, and among the Iroquois, the Zapatistas, and the global networks of La Via Campesina farmers and the World Social Forum. Readable accounts of these horizontal democracies document multiple political frames that prevent democracy from being frozen into entrenched electoral systems producing modern inequalities. Using practice to rewrite political theory, Parker draws on collective politics in Spivak and Derrida and embodied relations from Povinelli and Foucault to show that equal relations are not a utopian dream, not nostalgia, and not impossible. This book provides many practical solutions to inequality. It will be useful to students and scholars of political theory and social movements and to those who are willing to work together for equality. --
Baker Berry JC423 .P2553 2017

Voces y experiencias de quienes forjaron una nación : la inmigración a Estados Unidos de la época colonial al siglo XX
Moyano Pahissa, Angela, author
Mexico : Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 2017
Baker Berry JV6450 .M693 2017

An emerging modern world, 1750-1870
edited by Sebastian Conrad and Jürgen Osterhammel
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2018
Regions and empires in the political history of the long nineteenth century / Cemil Aydin -- Introduction -- From the world of regions to a globalized imperial world -- The era of imperial self-strengthening -- Re-regionalization of the imperial world order -- Regional, ethnic, and geopolitical roots and consequences of an inter-imperial war -- Possibilities of plenty and the persistence of poverty: industrialization and international trade / R. Bin Wong -- Introduction -- The legacy of pre-industrial political economies -- Nineteenth-century industrialization: foundations of a European century in global history -- Nineteenth-century economic trajectories in the Americas -- The Atlantic world's late nineteenth-century industrial capitalism -- Nineteenth-century economies in the world of Western colonization -- East Asia: industry, trade and capitalism -- The global economy of late nineteenth-century industrial capitalism -- A cultural history of global transformation / Sebastian Conrad -- Introduction -- Regions, integration, and global awareness: a changing world order -- The global history of the enlightenment -- "Nothing is as it ought to be": the organization of time -- Religion in the global world -- Hierarchies and connections: aspects of a global social history / Jürgen Osterhammel -- Introduction -- Discovering the social -- The road to a world society -- Hierarchies -- Mobilities and networks.

The long century between 1750 and 1880 was a transformative period in global history. During this time, a world of connected, but essentially still separated large regions, gave way to a globally integrated world. Ever since, different parts of the world were linked not through trade and war alone. Cultural developments, political reform and social change were increasingly entangled across continents and cultures. Emerging Modernity, the fourth volume of the 6-volume series A History of the World, charts this transformative period. How did the modern world economy emerge? Why did industrialization begin in England and not in China, and were there origins of capitalist development outside of the West? What were the roles of slaves and of nomads in this integrating world? Was there a bourgeoisie outside of Euro-America? To what extent did the large empires keep the rise of nation-states in check? Was the emergence of the "Muslim world" an effect of globalization? Such issues are at the center of the four large, thematically organized chapters of the present volume.--
Baker Berry JZ1318 .A663283 2018

Local politics in Jordan and Morocco : strategies of centralization and decentralization
Clark, Janine A., author
New York : Columbia University Press, [2018]
Introduction -- Coalition building and the social relations that support authoritarian regimes -- Centralization and "decentralization" in Jordan -- Decentralization, co-optation, and regime legitimation in Morocco -- The destabilizing effects of centralization -- Elite capture and regime stabilization in Morocco -- Morocco's opposition party, the PJD -- Conclusion.

As authoritarian states in the MENA region are under increasing international pressure to decentralize political power, Janine A. Clark examines why Morocco initiated a process of decentralization as early as the 1970s while Jordan did not and the impact of their divergent paths. According to the World Bank, political decentralization promises greater democracy and better and more equitable services via the inclusion of civil society actors in municipal decision-making. Clark challenges this and questions: why authoritarian regimes choose to decentralize or not; how municipal actors respond to decentralization reforms; and the extent to which decentralization, as opposed to centralization, stabilizes authoritarian regimes. Based on extensive fieldwork in the two countries, Clark argues that decentralization is a tactic authoritarian regimes use when they seek to expand their societal base of support. She furthermore reveals that municipal actors similarly use decentralization reforms to their advantage. Morocco's decentralization reforms offer regime-supportive municipal actors opportunities to enhance their patron-client ties at the expense of civil society actors. Consequently, decentralization generally has not resulted in greater political inclusivity or improved services but in the entrenchment of pro-regime elites in power. The main Islamist political party also has been able to take advantage of decentralization reforms. Precisely by fulfilling the spirit of the reforms, Islamists have been able to displace pro-regime elites and gain municipal power in partnership with civil society actors. In the end, however, Clark argues, despite some municipal success stories, decentralization reforms consolidate the power of and stabilizes authoritarian regimes.
Baker Berry JS7503.3.A3 C58 2018

The politics of place : Montesquieu, particularism, and the pursuit of liberty
Bandoch, Joshua, author
Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 2017
Montesquieu's political science -- Security, liberty, and prosperity as particularistic political goals -- The political variables -- The subpolitical variables -- The American founding as a particularistic achievement.
Baker Berry JC179.M753 B36 2017

Civilising citizens in post-Mao China : understanding the rhetoric of suzhi
Lin, Delia, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Baker Berry JQ1516 .L5197 2017

A history of human rights society in Singapore, 1965-2015
edited by Jiyoung Song
London ; Routledge, 2017
Tracing the history of the anti-death penalty movements in Singapore / Jiyoung Song -- State brutality and human rights activism in the little red dot / Parveen Kaur and Yeo Si Yuan -- Singapore's press for freedom : between media regulation and activism / Howard Lee and Ana Ansari -- Activism on arbitrary detention, the suspension of law / Lim Li Ann, Connie Ong, Mohd Salihin Subhan, Benjamin Choy and Tan Tee Seng -- Socio-economic rights activism in Singapore / Catharine Smith, Kimberley Angand Bryan Gan -- Shifting boundaries : state-society relations and activism on migrant worker rights in Singapore / Evelyn Ang and Sheena Neo -- Against a teleological reading of the advancement of women's rights in Singapore / Edwina Shaddick, Goh Li Sian and Isabella Oh -- LGBTQ activism in Singapore / Jean Chong -- Navigating through the rules of civil society : in search of disability rights in Singapore / Wong Meng Ee, Ian Ng, Jean Lor and Reuben Wong -- Voicing concern over racial issues in Singapore / Ariz Yusaf Ansari, Anisah Gafoor, and Khairiyah Amirah.

"Singapore is known for its remarkable economic success while its strict laws on freedom of speech, drugs, vandalism, homosexuality and public protest have been legitimised in the name of maintaining public order, racial harmony and internal security for this success. Lee Kuan Yew's 'Asian values' are widely discussed as a key touchstone for debates on universalism and cultural relativism. Singapore's official position on human rights has very clearly established that national security and public order are prioritized over the full realisation of human rights, within Article 29 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Singapore's tough stance on human rights, however, does not negate the long and persistent existence of a human rights society that exists almost unknown to the world. The focus of this book is on independent activists and writers, documenting this tradition in Singapore society that has a legacy of defending universal values of individual human rights. It uncovers their discourses, main contentions, campaigns, survival strategies, prominent activists and their untold stories during Singapore's first 50 years of independence"--
Baker Berry JC599.S427 H57 2017

A brotherhood of spies : the U-2 and the CIA's secret war
Reel, Monte, author
New York : Doubleday, [2018]
Book one. Icarus rising -- The idealist -- The man who could see air -- The mysterious Mr B -- The human element -- Book two. Icarus soaring -- In plain sight -- Rocket men -- To the sun -- Part three. Icarus falling -- Fallen angel -- Secrets and lies -- The verdict -- New frontiers -- Book four. Icarus reborn -- Trade-offs -- Together and apart -- Endgame -- Epilogue: Landings.

On May 1, 1960, an American U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union just weeks before a peace summit between the two nations. The CIA concocted a cover story for President Eisenhower to deliver, assuring him that no one could have survived a fall from that altitude. And even if pilot Francis Gary Powers had survived, he had been supplied with a poison pin with which to commit suicide. But against all odds, Powers emerged from the wreckage and was seized by the KGB. He confessed to espionage charges, revealing to the world that Eisenhower had just lied to the American people--and to the Soviet Premier. Infuriated, Nikita Khrushchev slammed the door on a rare opening in Cold War relations. In A Brotherhood of Spies, award-winning journalist Monte Reel reveals how the U-2 spy program, principally devised by four men working in secret, upended the Cold War and carved a new mission for the CIA. This secret fraternity, made up of Edwin Land, best known as the inventor of instant photography and the head of Polaroid Corporation; Kelly Johnson, a hard-charging taskmaster from Lockheed; Richard Bissell, the secretive and ambitious spymaster; and ace Air Force flyer Powers, set out to replace yesterday's fallible human spies with tomorrow's undetectable eye in the sky. Their clandestine successes and all-too-public failures make this brilliantly reported account a true-life thriller with the highest stakes and tragic repercussions.
Baker Berry JK468.I6 R45 2018

Gender and diplomacy
edited by Jennifer A. Cassidy
London ; Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, [2017]
Introduction : analyzing the dynamics of modern diplomacy through a gender lens / Jennifer Cassidy and Sara Althari -- Woman, gender and diplomacy : a historical survey / Helen McCarthy and James Southern -- Alison Palmer's fight for sex and gender equity in the 20th century United States Foreign Service / Beatrice McKenzie -- From marriage bar to gender equality : the experience of women in Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs, 1970-2000 / Anne Barrington -- Women of the South : engaging with the UN as a diplomatic manoeuvre / Devaki Jain -- Towards a feminist U.S. foreign policy? : Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's diplomacy from "soft power" to "hard choices" / Eric Blanchard -- Gender, status and ambassador appointments to militarized and violent countries / Birgitta Niklasson and Ann Towns -- Women in foreign lands : women diplomats and host country cultures / Jane Marriott -- Women in global economic governance : scaling the summits / Susan Rimmer -- Becoming UN women : a journey in realizing rights and gaining global recognition / Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka -- UNprecedented : women's leadership in twenty-first century multilateral diplomacy / Jessica Fliegel -- Conclusion : progress and policies towards a gender-even playing field / Jennifer Cassidy.
Baker Berry JZ1253.2 .G444 2017

The European Union's evolving external engagement : towards new sectoral diplomacies?
edited by Chad Damro, Sieglinde Gstöhl and Simon Schunz
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Baker Berry JZ1570 .E955 2018

America's political inventors : the lost art of legislation
Liebmann, George W., author
London ; I. B. Tauris, 2018
Recent American political developments, including the election of Donald Trump, reveal profound disquiet with the highly centralized political regime based on discretionary allocation of funds and powers to interest groups that has developed since the creation of emergency institutions after America's entry into World War I. This book demonstrates the effectiveness in American history of measures conceived in a different spirit, addressing the population at large, rather than particular interest groups, relying on citizen and local initiative, and founded not on the distribution of frequently unearned benefits and powers but on reciprocal contributions and obligations. George W. Liebmann discusses John Winthrop and his foundation of New England towns; John Locke and the creation of Southern plantations; Thomas Jefferson and his scheme for the organization of Northwestern townships and American territories and states; Joseph Pulitzer and the origins of municipal home rule; John Wesley Powell and the creation of reclamation districts; Hugh Hammond Bennett and the fostering of soil conservation districts; and Byron Hanke and the development of residential community associations. The book concludes with a number of public policy proposals relating to housing, urban renewal, care of the elderly, immigration and youth unemployment conceived in the same spirit. Liebmann brings to light little-known facts concerning the growth of practices and institutions that Americans take for granted. His book will be of interest to students of biography, history and government.
Baker Berry JK1021 .L54 2018

Counter-revolution : liberal Europe in retreat
Zielonka, Jan, 1955- author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
From revolution to counter-revolution -- Why they hate liberals -- Democratic malaise -- Socialism for the rich -- Geopolitics of fear -- Barbarians at the gate -- The rise and fall of the EU -- Peering into the future.

Can open society survive? Is Europe disintegrating? How to overcome the economic crisis? Will Europeans feel secure again? Counter Revolution is a bold attempt to make sense of the extraordinary events taking place in Europe today. It examines the counter-revolution developing in Europe, exploring its roots and implications. The book takes the form of a series of heartfelt letters to the late European guru Ralf Dahrendorf. Several months after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Dahrendorf wrote a book fashioned on Edmund Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France. Like Burke, he chose to put his analysis in the form of a letter, reflecting on the implications of the turbulent period around 1989. Thirty years' later, and faced with an equally turbulent period, Jan Zielonka asks: what next? This is not a book on populism, however: it is a book about liberalism. Populism has become a favourite topic within liberal circles and few have exposed populist deceptions and dangers better than liberal writers. Yet, liberals have shown themselves better at finger-pointing than at self-reflection. This book addresses the imbalance; it is a self-critical book by a life-time liberal. Counter-Revolution suggests that Europe and its liberal project need to be reinvented and recreated. There is no simple way back. Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel will not produce wonders. Europe failed to adjust to enormous geopolitical, economic, and technological changes that swept the continent over the past three decades. European models of democracy, capitalism, and integration are not in sync with new complex networks of cities, bankers, terrorists, or migrants. Liberal values that made Europe thrive for many decades have been betrayed. The escalation of emotions, myths, and ordinary lies left little space for reason, deliberation, and conciliation. This book examines these different aspects, proposing a way out of the labyrinth.--
Baker Berry JC574.2.E85 Z44 2018

British foreign policy after Brexit : an independent voice
Owen, David, 1938- author
London : Biteback Publishing, 2017
Baker Berry JZ1572 .O94 2017

Direct democracy : a double-edged sword
Reilly, Shauna, 1980- author
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2018
Power and manipulation in direct democracy -- Referenda : rare, but powerful -- Recall elections : a mixed power -- Initiatives : true citizen power or facades? -- Federalism : power struggles -- Authoritarian governments : limiting citizen power -- The power of words : secession referenda -- The power of voters : creating and rejecting peace -- What's next?
Baker Berry JC423 .R333 2018

Colonial exchanges : political theory and the agency of the colonized
edited by Burke A. Hendrix and Deborah Baumgold
[Manchester] : Manchester University Press, [2017]
Recent scholarship in political thought has closely examined the relationship between European political ideas and colonialism, particularly the ways in which canonical thinkers supported or opposed colonial practices. But little attention has been given to the engagement of colonized political and intellectual actors with European ideas. The essays in this volume demonstrate that a full reckoning of colonialism's effects requires attention to the ways in which colonized intellectuals reacted to, adopted, and transformed these ideas, and to the political projects that their reactions helped to shape.--
Baker Berry JC359 .C649 2017

Geopolitics and decolonization : perspectives from the Global South
edited by Fernanda Frizzo Bragato and Lewis R. Gordon
New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Baker Berry JC319 .G4854 2018

Guardians of the Arab state : when militaries intervene in politics, from Iraq to Mauritania
Gaub, Florence, author
London : Hurst & Company, 2017
Guardians of the Arab state' explains clearly and concisely how and why military organisations become involved in politics across the Middle East and North Africa, identifying four key factors: a high degree of organisational capacity, clear institutional interest, a forgiving population and weak civilian control. Looking at numerous case studies ranging from Mauritania to Iraq, the book finds that these factors are common to all Arab countries to have experienced coups in the last century. It also finds that the opposite is true in cases like Jordan, where strong civilian control and the absence of capacity, interest, or a positive public image made coup attempts futile. Gaub also convincingly argues that the reasons are structural rather than cultural, thereby proving a counter-narrative to conventional explanations which look at Arab coups along religious or historical lines. In essence, the questions addressed herein lead back to issues of weak statehood, legitimacy, and resource constraints -- all problems the Arab world has struggled with since independence.0'Guardians of the Arab state' picks up where previous literature on Middle Eastern military forces dropped the debate, and provides an updated and insightful.
Baker Berry JQ1850.A38 C583 2017

Political influence operations : how foreign actors seek to shape U.S. policy making
Tromblay, Darren E., author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
Introduction -- Undiplomatic activities -- Cashing in : how foreign powers leverage hired U.S. proxies as intelligence intermediaries -- In search of a good cause for a bad reason -- Assaulting the ivory tower -- Skewing the presses : foreign manipulation of media -- Corrupting culture : foreign actors' exploitation of the U.S. melting pot ethos -- An un-fara-fight -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JZ1450 .T76 2018

Imaginarios y elecciones : un estudio sobre comunicación política y estrategias de campaña en México (presidenciales 2012 y municipales para Guadalajara en el 2015)
Villa Guzmán, Carlos Antonio, 1957- author
Guadalajara, Jalisco, México : Universidad de Guadalajara ; 2017
Introducción: Redes e imaginarios -- Imaginarios, medios de comunicación y política -- La naraja mediática y el poder -- Audiencia, agencia y obediencia -- Los imaginarios y los candidatos en el 2012 -- Los otros medios posibles
Baker Berry JA85.2.M6 V55 2017

US grand strategy in the 21st century : the case for restraint
edited by A. Trevor Thrall and Benjamin H. Friedman
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
National interests, grand strategy, and the case for restraint / Benjamin H. Friedman and A. Trevor Thrall -- It's a trap! : security commitments and the risks of entrapment / Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson and David M. Edelstein -- Primacy and proliferation : why security commitments don't prevent nuclear weapons' spread / Brendan Rittenhouse Green -- Restraint and oil security / Eugene Gholz -- Does spreading democracy by force have a place in U.S. grand strategy? : a skeptical view / Alexander B. Downes and Jonathan Monten -- The tyrannies of distance : maritime Asia and the barriers to conquest / Patrick Porter -- Not so dangerous nation : U.S. foreign policy from the founding to the Spanish-American War / William Ruger -- The search for monsters to destroy : Theodore Roosevelt, Republican virtue, and the challenges of liberal democracy in an industrial society / Edward Rhodes -- Better balancing the Middle East / Emma Ashford -- Embracing threatlessness : U.S. military spending, Newt Gingrich, and the Costa Rica option / John Mueller -- Unrestrained : the politics of America's primacist foreign policy / Benjamin Friedman and Harvey Sapolsky -- Identifying the restraint constituency / A. Trevor Thrall.

This book challenges the dominant strategic culture and makes the case for restraint in US grand strategy in the 21st century. Grand strategy, meaning a state's theory about how it can achieve national security for itself, is elusive. That is particularly true in the United States, where the division of federal power and the lack of direct security threats limit consensus about how to manage danger. This book seeks to spur more vigorous debate on US grand strategy. To do so, the first half of the volume assembles the most recent academic critiques of primacy, the dominant strategic perspective in the United States today. The contributors challenge the notion that US national security requires a massive military, huge defense spending, and frequent military intervention around the world. The second half of the volume makes the positive case for a more restrained foreign policy by excavating the historical roots of restraint in the United States and illustrating how restraint might work in practice in the Middle East and elsewhere. The volume concludes with assessments of the political viability of foreign policy restraint in the United States today. This book will be of much interest to students of US foreign policy, grand strategy, national security, and International Relations in general.
Baker Berry JZ1480 .U795 2018

Interrogating illiberal peace in Eurasia : critical perspectives on peace and conflict
edited by Catherine Owen, Shairbek Juraev, David Lewis, Nick Megoran, and John Heathershaw
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Introduction : illiberal peace and authoritarian conflict management : empirical and theoretical contexts -- History, memory and the quest for conflict resolution in southern Kyrgyzstan and the Ferghana Valley / Jeff Sahadeo -- China's approach to countering religious extremism among Uyghurs in Xinjiang / Adam Jones -- Women and literature in Azerbaijan : creative literacy as an asset model of peace-building / Alison Mandaville -- A negative post-liberal peace? : inquiring the embeddedness of everyday forms of peace in Central Asia / Philipp Lottholz -- "Everyday peace" in Jabbor Rasulov, Tajikistan : local social order and possibilities for a local turn in peace building / Khushbakht Hojiev and Anna Kriekemeyer -- Nation-building in Central Asia : towards a new ethnic policy / Valeriy Khan -- Clashes of universalisms : Xinjiang, Tianxia and changing world order in 19th century / Zhiguang Yin -- Spatial security during ethnic riots in Osh : how spatial factors and the built environment affect the local dynamics of violence and neighborhood security / Joldon Kutmanaliev -- Bottom-up peacekeeping in southern Kyrgyzstan : how local actors managed to prevent the spread of violence from Osh/Jalal-Abad to Aravan, June 2010 / Alisher Khamidov, Nick Megoran and John Heathershaw -- Conflict management, extractive industries, and the 2014 Iiternational military exit strategy in Afghanistan / Timor Sharan and Srinjoy Bose -- Positive incentives to stop insurgency? : Russian conciliatory tactics in the North Caucasus / Elena Zhirukhina.
Baker Berry JZ5584.A73 I67 2018

Revolutionary passions : Latin America, Middle-East and India
Bozarslan, Hamit, author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
"Europe has been the chief arena of revolutionary passions since the end of the eighteenth century. During this same period, and right up to the beginning of the twenty-first century, the non-European world, too, has resonated with coup attempts and revolutionary turmoil. How does one begin to understand these revolutionary passions? To what extent are they influenced by European matrices? Have these revolutions also themselves resulted in 'exportable models'? Three French writers look at three continents--Latin America, the Middle East and India and interrogate the revolution, with reference to and dialogue with the definitive work of Francois Furet, who wrote The Passing of an Illusion: The Idea of Communism in the Twentieth Century. Interestingly, the original French book Passions révolutionnaires was written in 1995, just after the fall of the Berlin wall. Whether nationalist, religious, proletarian, international, anti-colonial or simply liberty and equality, whether violent or fought passively, the Revolution as a concept and a fact, whether past, present or future, remains a critical reference point for our societies. "--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JC491 .B693 2018

Exclusión y estrategias para una ciudadanía ampliada
Eduardo Hernández González (coordinador)
Ocotlán, Jalisco, México : Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de la Ciénega, 2015
Baker Berry JL967.A2 E93 2015

Gobernanza metropolitana y federalismo en México
Roberto Arias de la Mora, coordinador
Zapopan, Jalisco : El Colegio de Jalisco, 2017
Baker Berry JS2111 .G63 2017

The advocacy trap : transnational activism and state power in China
Noakes, Stephen, author
[Manchester] : Manchester University Press, 2018
Baker Berry JQ1516 .N63 2018

Face-to-face diplomacy : social neuroscience and international relations
Holmes, Marcus, author
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018
The puzzle of face-to-face diplomacy -- Face value: the problem of intentions and social neuroscience -- Reassurance at the end of the Cold War: Gorbachev and Reagan face-to-face -- Unification and distribution after the wall falls: a flurry of face-to-face -- Overcoming distrust at Camp David -- "Munich" -- Escaping uncertainty.

Face-to-face diplomacy has long been the linchpin of world politics, yet it is largely dismissed by scholars of International Relations as unimportant. Marcus Holmes argues that dismissing this type of diplomacy is in stark contrast to what leaders and policy makers deem as essential and that this view is rooted in a particular set of assumptions that see an individual's intentions as fundamentally inaccessible. Building on recent evidence from social neuroscience and psychology, Holmes argues that this assumption is problematic. Marcus Holmes studies some of the most important moments of diplomacy in the twentieth century, from 'Munich' to the end of the Cold War, and by showing how face-to-face interactions allowed leaders to either reassure each other of benign defensive intentions or pick up on offensive intentions, his book challenges the notion that intentions are fundamentally unknowable in international politics, a central idea in IR theory.
Baker Berry JZ1405 .H65 2018

End of an era : how China's authoritarian revival is undermining its rise
Minzner, Carl, author
New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2018]
"China's reform era is ending. Core factors that characterized it-political stability, ideological openness, and rapid economic growth-are unraveling. Since the 1990s, Beijing's leaders have firmly rejected any fundamental reform of their authoritarian one-party political system, even as a decades-long boom has reshaped China's economy and society. On the surface, their efforts have been a success. Political turmoil has toppled former Communist East bloc regimes, internal unrest overtaken Middle East nations, and populist movements risen to challenge established Western democracies. China, in contrast, has appeared a relative haven of stability and growth. But as [the author] shows, a closer look at China's reform era reveals a different truth. Over the past three decades, a frozen political system has fueled both the rise of entrenched interests within the Communist Party itself, and the systematic underdevelopment of institutions of governance among state and society at large. Economic cleavages have widened. Social unrest has worsened. Ideological polarization has deepened. Now, to address these looming problems, China's leaders are progressively cannibalizing institutional norms and practices that have formed the bedrock of the regime's stability in the reform era. Technocratic rule is giving way to black-box purges; collective governance sliding back towards single-man rule. The post-1978 era of 'reform and opening up' is ending. China is closing down. Uncertainty hangs in the air as a new future slouches towards Beijing to be born. End of an Era explains how China arrived at this dangerous turning point, and outlines the potential outcomes that could result."--
Baker Berry JQ1510 .M576 2018

Civil disobedience
Scheuerman, William E., 1965- author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
Introduction -- Divine witness -- Liberalism and its limits -- Deepening democracy -- Anarchist uprising -- Postnationalization and privatization -- Digitalization -- Tilting at windmills? -- Conclusion.

"What is civil disobedience? Although Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King helped bring the idea to prominence, even today it remains unclear how we should best understand civil disobedience. Why have so many different activists and intellectuals embraced it, and to what ends? Is civil disobedience still politically relevant in today's hyper-connected world? Does it make sense, for example, to describe Edward Snowden's actions, or those of recent global movements like Occupy, as falling under this rubric? If so, how must it adapt to respond to the challenges of digitalization and globalization and the rise of populist authoritarianism in the West? In this persuasively written text, William E. Scheuerman systematically analyzes the most important interpretations of civil disobedience. Drawing out the striking differences separating religious, liberal, democratic, and anarchist views, he nonetheless shows that core commonalities remain. Against those who water down the idea of civil disobedience or view it as obsolescent, Scheuerman successfully salvages its central elements. The concept of civil disobedience, he argues, remains a pivotal tool for anyone hoping to bring about political and social change."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry JC328.3 .S254 2018

A global political economy of democratisation : beyond the internal-external divide
Ayers, Alison J., author
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018
The late-twentieth century is often portrayed as an 'Age of Democratisation', with democracy heralded as the best of all political systems. Yet democracy has multiple meanings, values and significances. The start of the twenty-first century has witnessed a massive revival of interest in the meaning and role of democracy, not least as democracy understood in one highly particular sense has been increasingly recognised to be in crisis. This book presents these deliberations in a new light by moving beyond the concept of the sovereign state as the dominant framework of enquiry and by rejecting the primacy of the state and the categorical separation of the 'domestic' and the 'international'. Instead, Ayers elaborates an account of democratisation through the global political economy, encompassing a trenchant critique of mainstream democracy promotion in theory and practice, and opening-up possibilities for different histories of democratisation autonomous of the Western liberal and neoliberal project. This innovative work will prove useful to scholars and students in the fields of Politics, Political Economy, International Relations, Development, African Studies, History, Geography and Sociology.--
Baker Berry JC423 .A947 2018

Evolutionary world government : a pragmatic approach to global federation
Yunker, James A., author
Lanham, Maryland : Hamilton Books, [2018]
Although the Cold War came to an end more than a quarter century ago, the United States and the Russian Federation still deem it essential to their national interests to maintain nuclear arsenals capable of crippling global human civilization. Several other countries maintain significant nuclear capabilities. As much as we shrink from acknowledging it, the fact remains that the current international status quo is dangerously unstable. Yet there are no proposals being considered at the present time that are sufficiently bold to make a significant difference, and yet sufficiently sensible to command respect. Evolutionary World Government breaks free of the conventional preconceptions that are hobbling the human imagination at this critical moment in our history. The book describes and evaluates a comprehensive, fully innovative plan for improving the prospects of global human civilization as we confront an uncertain future. The economic aspect of the plan is the initiation of a worldwide economic development effort tentatively designated the Global Marshall Plan, while the political aspect of the plan is the foundation of a limited federal world government tentatively designated the Federal Union of Democratic Nations. The key element underlying this pragmatic approach to international harmonization is the discarding of the traditional world federalist ideal of the "omnipotent world state," and its replacement with the objective of a properly limited federal world government that would allow the free departure of member nations from the federation, and would also permit member nations to exercise independent control over their own military forces. In the long run, these reserved national rights would become irrelevant reminders of the distant past, but in the short run they are vital to the initial formation of a global federation that would eventually, through gradual evolutionary processes, become a highly authoritative - yet fully democratic and benign - world government.--
Baker Berry JZ1318 .Y85 2018

Rooted cosmopolitans : Jews and human rights in the twentieth century
Loeffler, James Benjamin, author
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2018]
"A stunningly original look at the forgotten Jewish political roots of contemporary international human rights, told through the moving stories of five key activists The year 2018 marks the seventieth anniversary of two momentous events in twentieth-century history: the birth of the State of Israel and the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Both remained tied together in the ongoing debates about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Yet the surprising connections between Zionism and the origins of international human rights are completely unknown today. In this riveting account, James Loeffler explores this controversial history through the stories of five remarkable Jewish founders of international human rights, following them from the prewar shtetls of eastern Europe to the postwar United Nations, a journey that includes the Nuremberg and Eichmann trials, the founding of Amnesty International, and the UN resolution of 1975 labeling Zionism as racism. The result is a book that challenges long-held assumptions about the history of human rights and offers a startlingly new perspective on the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." --
Baker Berry JC571 .L585 2018

Engaging adversaries : peacemaking and diplomacy in the human interest
Gurtov, Melvin, author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, [2018]
Preface; Chapter 1: The Global Citizen and Engagement; Chapter 2: Engaging Adversaries; Chapter 3: Successful Engagement: US Relations with Iran and Cuba; Chapter 4: Halfway There: US-China Engagement; Chapter 5: Disengagement: Failures in US-Russia and US-North Korea Relations; Chapter 6: Trapped by History: China-Japan, Israel-Palestine; Chapter 7: Engagement: Lessons for Policy Makers and Peacemakers; Selected Bibliography ; Index ; About the Author

This groundbreaking book explores how adversaries in world politics can surmount their differences and disputes and start on the path to peaceful, productive relations. Gurtov draws lessons for diplomatic ways to engage, such as practicing mutual respect, paying attention to symbols, and using incentives rather than sanctions to find common ground.
Baker Berry JZ1305 .G87 2018

¿Fin del giro a la izquierda en América Latina? : gobiernos y políticas públicas
Mario Torrico (Editor
México : Flacso México, 2017
Introducción. Giro a la izquierda en América Latina : las explicaciones teóricas y el desempeño de los gobiernos / Mario Torrico -- El fin del giro a la izquierda en Ecuador; rendimientos económicos y declive electoral en los gobiernos de Rafael Correa / Santiago Basabe-Serrano y Coralia Barahona -- "Mi meme te odia: redes sociales y giro a la derecha en Brasil / Gisela Zaremberg -- Ascenso, auge y ocaso del kirchnerismo en Argentina / Juan C. Olmeda -- Paraguay: el cuestionable giro a la izquierda / Juan Mario Solís Delgadillo y Sarah Patricia Cerna Villagra -- ¿Giro a la derecha en Bolivia? / Mario Torrico -- Venezuela y el fin del giro a la izquierda en América Latina: desempeño económico y liderazgo / Rodrigo Salazar y Adriana Diego -- ¿La calle es de los revolucionarios ... ? Postotalitarismo y activismo opositor en Cuba: el caso de Unión Patriótica de Cuba (Unpacu) / Armando Chaguaceda y Carlos Torrealba.
Baker Berry JL966 .F56 2017

Nontraditional security challenges in Southeast Asia : the transnational dimension
Freedman, Amy L., author
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2018
Nontraditional security challenges in Southeast Asia : the transnational dimension -- Climate change : complex patterns of conflict and cooperation -- Food security : beggar thy neighbor? -- Water security : droughts, deluges, and dams -- Health security : avian influenza and disease protocols -- Migration : divergent interests of sending and receiving states -- Looking forward : prospects for cooperation and conflict.

"Explores the factors that continue to impede cooperation in combating nontraditional, transnational security threats in Southeast Asia"--
Baker Berry JZ6009.S644 F74 2018

Migration and environmental change in the West African Sahel : why capabilities and aspirations matter
Land, Victoria van der, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction: Climate change, environment and migration -- Livelihoods, environmental stress and mobility in Mali and Senegal -- Theoretical perspectives on the environment-migration nexus -- The role of environmental factors in shaping migration -- The migration decision: capabilities matter -- Aspirations for a better life -- Social transformation and its impact on the effects of of climate change on migration -- A migrant typology -- Migration in the "global North" and the "global South" -- Conclusion and outlook: Rethinking migration and environmental change in the West African Sahel.
Baker Berry JV9020.15 .L36 2018

The remnants of the Rechtsstaat : an ethnography of Nazi law
Meierhenrich, Jens, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, [2018]
The idea of lawlessness -- Behemoth and beyond -- The making of a cause lawyer -- Mr. von Mohl's Term of art : a history of the Rechtsstaat, 1798-1933 -- The debate about the Rechtsstaat in Nazi Germany, 1933-1936 -- An ethnography of Nazi law : the gestation of The dual state, 1936-1941 -- "A rational core within an irrational shell" : an institutional theory of dictatorship -- The decline of a classic : explaining the reception of The dual state, 1941-present -- Authoritarian rule of law.

This book is an intellectual history of Ernst Fraenkel's The Dual State (1941, reissued 2017), one of the most erudite books on the theory of dictatorship ever written. Fraenkel's was the first comprehensive analysis of the rise and nature of Nazism, and the only such analysis written from within Hitler's Germany. His sophisticated-not to mention courageous-analysis amounted to an ethnography of Nazi law. As a result of its clandestine origins, The Dual State has been hailed as the ultimate piece of intellectual resistance to the Nazi regime. In this book, Jens Meierhenrich revives Fraenkel's innovative concept of "the dual state," restoring it to its rightful place in the annals of public law scholarship. Blending insights from legal theory and legal history, he tells in an accessible manner the remarkable gestation of Fraenkel's ethnography of law from inside the belly of the behemoth. In addition to questioning the conventional wisdom about the law of the Third Reich, Meierhenrich explores the legal origins of dictatorship elsewhere, then and now. The book sets the parameters for a theory of the "authoritarian rule of law," a cutting edge topic in law and society scholarship with immediate policy implications.
Baker Berry JN3952 .M43 2018

Crossroads : comparative immigration regimes in a world of demographic change
Boucher, Anna, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
The liberal model and the market model -- The classification of immigration regimes -- Drivers of immigration regimes over time -- Visa mix: a global preference for labor migration? -- Temporary ratio: the return of the guest worker? -- Naturalization: a final barrier to migration -- The crossroads taxonomy of thirty immigration regimes -- What explains variation in immigration regimes?.

"It is a conversation about how countries around the world vary in their migration demographic outcomes. It is a conversation about which countries' profiles are similar and which are exceptional. It is a conversation about what drives immigration regimes and demographic trends across these different countries. And ultimately, it is a conversation that we--as immigration researchers--wanted to have with each other, but found impossible given the current state of the field"--
Baker Berry JV6271 .B68 2018

Defining citizenship in archaic Greece
edited by Alain Duplouy and Roger Brock
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
1: Pathways to Archaic Citizenship / Alain Duplouy -- 2: State Formation in Early Iron Age Greece: The Operative Forces / John K. Davies -- 3: Retracing Steps: Finding Ways into Archaic Greek Citizenship / Josine Blok -- 4: Citizens and Soldiers in Archaic Athens / Hans van Wees -- 5: Associations and Citizenship in Attica from Solon to Cleisthenes / Paulin Ismard -- 6: Citizenship and Civic Subdivisions: The Case of Sparta / Marcello Lupi -- 7: The Spartan Contribution to Greek Citizenship Theory / Paul Cartledge -- 8: Athletics and Citizenship / Nick Fisher -- 9: Citizenship and Commensality in Archaic Crete: Searching for the Andreion / James Whitley -- 10: Citizenship as Performance / Alain Duplouy -- 11: Oligarchies of 'Fixed Number' or Citizen Bodies in the Making? / Maurizio Giangiulio -- 12: Conclusion: Taking Stock and Looking Backward / Roger W. Brock.

Citizenship is a major feature of contemporary politics, but rather than being a modern phenomenon it is in fact a legacy of ancient Greece. Focusing on the archaic period and its cities, this volume challenges the narrow Aristotelian model of citizenship and provides instead a wide range of insights and methodological approaches to the topic.
Baker Berry JC75.C5 D44 2018

Forcing choice : the risky reward of referendums
Boyer, J. Patrick, author
Toronto : Dundurn, [2017]
Looks at Canada's extensive use of ballot questions at all levels of government throughout its history, and weighs the benefits of having citizens make fundamental decisions for the nation.
Baker Berry JF497.C2 B68 2017

Images from paradise : the visual communication of the European Union's federalist utopia
Salgó, Eszter, author
New York : Berghahn Books, 2017
Need for a paradise dream -- Manifestations of Eurofederalists' paradise dream -- The tale of seductive Europa -- Welcome to the center of the European mandala! -- Europa's sacred gaze -- The European Central Bank's story of abundance: in between sacred rituals and political marketing -- The promise of European rituals -- "Rise like a phoenix": a new anthem for (federal) Europe -- The 2014 elections of the European Parliament: preparing for a European carnival.

Drawing upon the disciplines of politics, anthropology, psychoanalysis, aesthetics and cinema studies, Salgo presents a new way of looking at the "art of European unification" and to highlight the mythical sources of the federalist project. The visual narratives constitute the main object of inquiry - the iconography of the new "Europa" series of euro banknotes and the videos launched by the European Commission, the European Parliament and by the European Central Bank, through which the supranational elite seek to generate "collective effervescence," allow for a European carnival to take place, and prompt citizens to pledge allegiance to the sacred dogma of the "ever closer union," thereby strengthening the organization's legitimacy.
Baker Berry JN30 .S25 2017

Crisis in autocratic regimes
edited by Johannes Gerschewski and Christoph H. Stefes
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2018
Analyzing crises in autocratic regimes / Johannes Gerschewski -- Anticipating crises in autocracies / Martin K. Dimitrov -- Disturbing the dictator : peaceful protest under authoritarianism / Andreas Schedler -- Force versus institutions in authoritarian politics / Milan W. Svolik -- The military and autocratic regimes crises : roles of the armed forces / Aurel Croissant, Tanja Eschenauer and Jil Kamerling -- The impact of elections : the case of Uganda / Svein-Erik Helle and Lise Rakner -- Coordination and crisis prevention : the case of post-Soviet Eurasia / Max Bader -- The resilience of authoritarianism : the case of the Chinese developmental state / Thomas Heberer -- Historical legacies and the institutionalization of military rule : lessons from Latin America / Felipe Agüero and Julian Brückner -- Successes and failures of authoritarian governance : the case of the Arab Spring / Frédéric Volpi -- Crisis? What crisis? : concluding thoughts / Christoph H. Stefes.
Baker Berry JC480 .C75 2018

Speech and society in turbulent times : freedom of expression in comparative perspective
edited by Monroe Price (University of Pennsylvania), Nicole Stremlau (University of Oxford and University of Johannesburg)
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Speech and society in comparative perspective / Monroe Price and Nicole Stremlau -- Islam, human rights and duties and the new information technologies / Ali Allawai -- Closure, strategic communications, and international norms / Monroe Price -- Confucian speech and its challenge to the western theory of deliberative democracy / Baogang He -- From Gandhi to Modi : institutions and technologies of speech and symbolism in India / William Gould -- The making of a media system in Uganda : a new vision and a revolutionary origin / Nicole Stremlau -- Neoliberal "good governance" in lieu of rights : Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore experiment / Cherian George -- Atatürk and contemporary speech lessons from the late Ottoman and early republican era / Altug Akin -- Jewish law and ethics in the digital era / Yoel Cohen -- Where should speech be free? : placing liberal theories of free speech in a wider context / Richard Danbury -- The history, philosophy and law of free expression in the United States : implications for the digital age / Stephen M. Feldman -- The evolution of a Russian concept of free speech / Elena Sherstoboeva -- Free speech, traditional values and Hinduism in the Internet age / Rohit Chopra -- Cyber-Leninism : the political culture of the Chinese Internet / Rogier Creemers -- Speech in and out of digital France / Julien Mailland -- Strategies and tactics : re-shaping the Internet in Ethiopia / Iginio Gagliardone -- Philosophies and principles in turbulent times / Monroe Price and Nicole Stremlau.
Baker Berry JC591 .S673 2018

Rethinking global democracy in Brazil
Fraundorfer, Markus, 1983- author
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Baker Berry JL2481 .F73 2018

Immigration policy and the shaping of U.S. culture : becoming America
White, Roger, 1967- author
Cheltenham, UK ; Edward Elgar Publishing, [2018]
A legacy of discrimination -- The Colonial Era and the Northern and Western European wave. 1607-1874 -- The Southern and Eastern European wave: qualitative restrictions. 1875-1920 -- The National Origins Quota system: quantitative restrictions. 1921-1967 -- A pivot in U.S. immigration policy. 1968-present -- Identifying the determinants of U.S. immigration -- The effects of policy changes on immigration to the United States -- The influence of immigration policy on cross-societal cultural distances -- Looking forward: anticipated cultural evolution and corresponding implications, 2015-2065 -- How immigration policy has shaped American culture and opportunities for U.S. public policy in the twenty-first century.
Baker Berry JV6483 .W523 2018

The government of desire : a genealogy of the liberal subject
Beistegui, Miguel de, 1966- author
Chicago, IL : The University of Chicago Press, 2018
Introduction : Why Desire? -- Part one. Homo Oeconomicus. The Birth of Homo Oeconomicus -- Man's "Vain and Insatiable Desires," or the "Oeconomy of Greatness" -- Neoliberal Governmentality -- Part two. Homo Sexualis. "Abnormal Desires" and "Barbarous Instincts" : The Birth of the Sexual Pervert -- Instincts or Drives? : The Birth of Psychoanalysis -- Part three. Homo Symbolicus. Recognition, That "Most Ardent Desire" -- Struggles for Recognition -- The Consolations of Recognition -- Conclusion : Desire, Again.
Baker Berry JA74.5 .B458 2018

The civil sphere in Latin America
edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Carlo Tognato
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
For democracy in Latin America / Jeffrey C. Alexander and Carlo Tognato -- The civil sphere in Mexico : between democracy and authoritarianism / Nelson Arteaga and Javier Arzuaga -- Shaping solidarity in Argentina : the power of the civil sphere in repairing violence against women / Maria Luengo -- Civil indignation in Chile : recent collusion scandals in the retail industry / M. Angelica Thumala -- La joven Cuba : confrontation, conciliation, and the quest for the civil through blogging / Liliana Martinez Perez -- "La clase media en positivo" : the civil and uncivil uses of "the middle class" in Venezuela, 1958-2016 / Celso M. Villegas -- The civil life of the university : enacting dissent and resistance on a Colombian campus / Carlo Tognato -- Police officers in contradiction : anti-civility in the Sao Paulo State Military Police / Mayumi Shimizu -- Citizenship and the established civil sphere in provincial Mexico / Trevor Stack -- Is civil society dangerous for democracy? : new directions for civil sphere theory in Latin America / Isabel Jijon -- Democracy and the civil sphere in Latin America / Peter Kivisto and Giuseppe Sciortino.

"The civil sphere is a distinctively democratic field in modern societies, one that sustains universalizing cultural aspirations and critically interpretive organizational structures vis-a-vis such non-civil spheres as the economy, religion, science, primordial associations, and states"--
Baker Berry JL966 .C588 2018

Party system in India
Diwakar, Rekha, author
New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2017
Baker Berry JQ298.A1 D59 2017

Exclusion by elections : inequality, ethnic identity, and democracy
Huber, John D., author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, [2017]
"[This book] develops a theory about the circumstances under which 'class identities' as opposed to 'ethnic identities' become salient in democratic politics, and links this theory to issues of inequality and government efforts to redress the balance. The book argues that in societies with even modest levels of ethnic diversity, inequality invites ethnic politics, and ethnic politics results in less redistribution than class politics. Thus, contrary to workhorse theoretical models of redistribution in social science, where inequality should be related to more redistribution, the argument here is that inequality often makes it more difficult for democracies to adopt policies that redress inequality. Instead, incentives in electoral competition can lead to a situation where inequality becomes reinforced by inequality itself. The author explores the argument empirically by examining cross-national patterns of voting behaviour, redistribution and democratic transitions."--
Baker Berry JK1846 .H83 2017