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  1. New in Paperback: Believing in Russia

    Geraldine Fagan's book "Believing in Russia" is now available in paperback!

    Take a look inside the first 30 pages online for free by clicking on "View Inside This Book" here.

  2. New Title: The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War

    The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War

    The idea of non-alignment and peaceful coexistence was not new when Yugoslavia hosted the Belgrade Summit of the Non-Aligned in September 1961. Freedom activists from the colonies in Asia, Africa, and South America had been discussing such issues for decades already, but this long-lasting context is usually forgotten in political and historical assessments of the Non-Aligned Movement

    Recommend The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War to your Librarian today.

  3. Central Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe 2014 Catalog Now Available Online!

    The Routledge Central Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe 2014 Catalog is now available to view online. This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplemental reading, from new and established authors. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

    View the entire catalog here.

  4. Central Asian, Russian & East European Studies - Routledge Paperback Direct Books

    Have you taken a few minutes to browse our ever growing collection of Routledge Paperback Direct titles on Central Asian, Russian & East European Studies? This initiative provides the opportunity to buy topical books that represent the best of our cutting-edge hardback publishing in a paperback format and price.

    This is an ever-evolving program with new books being added to the program each month, so check back regularly! Take a look at our collection here!

  5. Asian Studies 2014 Catalog Now Available!

    The Routledge Asian Studies 2014 Catalog is now available to view online. This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplemental reading, from new and established authors. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

  6. Focus on: Ukraine

    In response to the escalating diplomatic tensions in Ukraine, Routledge has made a selection of book chapters and journals articles free to view online. These address the country’s political history, and in particular the country’s evolving relationship with Europe and the European Union, with Russia, and the changing political character of Ukrainian society and identity.

  7. New Title: The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012

    The Making of Modern Georgia, 1918-2012 : The First Georgian Republic and its Successors

    When most of Eastern Europe was struggling with dictatorships of one kind or another, the Democratic Republic of Georgia (1918-1921) established a constitution, a parliamentary system with national elections, an active opposition, and a free press.

  8. New Title: Russian Energy and Security up to 2030

    The challenges in Russia’s energy sector are changing. Russian Energy and Security up to 2030 explores the challenges facing Russia’s energy sector and the resulting security implications.

    To find out more and order your copy click here.

  9. Irene Lancaster

    Author of the Month: Irene Lancaster discusses the importance of Abraham ibn Ezra

    This month we are pleased to announce that Irene Lancaster, author of Deconstructing the Bible (Abraham ibn Ezra's Introduction to the Torah), is our author of the month.

    Why not view inside Deconstructing the Bible?

  10. Chief Rabbi starts a media storm in Poland

    This week a media storm has broken out, because Poland’s chief Rabbi has linked the Polish parliament's decision to Nazi propaganda.

    Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich said he could not imagine “continuing as chief rabbi in a country where Jews are not complete”. He continued to say that “it is the worst decision in the history of the parliament against Jews and Muslims.”

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