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  1. Fascism and Political Theory

    Critical Perspectives on Fascist Ideology

    By Daniel Woodley

    Series: Routledge Issues in Contemporary Political Theory

    Fascism and Political Theory offers both students and researchers a thematic analysis of fascism, focusing on the structural and ideological links between fascism, capitalism and modernity. Intended as a critical discussion of the origins and development of fascist ideology, each chapter deals with...

    Published September 15th 2009 by Routledge

  2. The Labour Theory of Value

    By Peter C. Dooley

    Series: Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy

    Exploring the origins and development of the labour theory of value, Peter Dooley examines its emergence from the natural law philosopher of the sixteenth and seventeenth century and its domination of the classical school of economics. This book will prove to be essential reading for all students...

    Published July 31st 2009 by Routledge

  3. Regional Security

    The Capacity of International Organizations

    By Rodrigo Tavares

    Series: Global Institutions

    Regional organizations are an inescapable feature of global politics. Virtually all countries in the world are members of at least one regional or other intergovernmental organization. The involvement of international organizations in the realm of regional peace and security, and their...

    Published July 9th 2009 by Routledge

  4. Was Mao Really a Monster?

    The Academic Response to Chang and Halliday’s "Mao: The Unknown Story"

    Edited by Gregor Benton, Lin Chun

    Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday was published in 2005 to a great fanfare. The book portrays Mao as a monster – equal to or worse than Hitler and Stalin – and a fool who won power by native cunning and ruled by terror. It received a rapturous welcome from reviewers in the...

    Published June 30th 2009 by Routledge

  5. Global Democracy: For and Against

    Ethical Theory, Institutional Design and Social Struggles

    By Raffaele Marchetti

    This book defends the case for the expansion of the democratic model to the global political sphere. Concentrating on the democratic deficit of international affairs, it examines the nexus between the phenomenon of international exclusion and the political response of global democracy. This...

    Published June 26th 2009 by Routledge

  6. Civilization

    Edited by Brett Bowden

    Series: Critical Concepts in Political Science

    Especially since the end of the Cold War, the concept of ‘civilization’ has been frequently deployed by those who seek to describe and explain the world in which we live. The events of 11 September 2001, and the subsequent ‘war on terror’, have further elevated the concept's use in the...

    Published June 25th 2009 by Routledge

  7. The Immigrant Divide

    How Cuban Americans Changed the U.S. and Their Homeland

    By Susan Eckstein

    Are all immigrants from the same home country best understood as a homogeneous group of foreign-born? Or do they differ in their adaptation and transnational ties depending on when they emigrated and with what lived experiences? Between Castro’s rise to power in 1959 and the early twenty-first...

    Published June 25th 2009 by Routledge

  8. Marxism & Scientific Socialism

    From Engels to Althusser

    By Paul Thomas

    Series: Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought

    Engels declared at Marx’s funeral in Highgate Cemetery that "just as Darwin discovered the law of development of organic nature, so Marx discovered the law of development of human history". Scientific socialism was the term Engels used to describe Marx's socio-economic philosophy and many later...

    Published June 1st 2009 by Routledge

  9. Surviving Field Research

    Working in Violent and Difficult Situations

    Edited by Chandra Lekha Sriram, John C. King, Julie A. Mertus, Olga Martin-Ortega, Johanna Herman

    In recent decades there has been increasing attention to mass atrocities such as genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and other gross human rights violations. At the same time, there has been a vast increase in the number of academics and researchers seeking to analyze the causes of, and...

    Published May 28th 2009 by Routledge

  10. Transforming World Politics

    From Empire to Multiple Worlds

    By Anna M. Agathangelou, L.H.M. Ling

    Series: New International Relations

    This book provides a critical understanding of contemporary world politics by arguing that the neoliberal approach to international relations seduces many of us into investing our lives in projects of power and alienation. These projects offer few options for emancipation; consequently, many feel...

    Published May 28th 2009 by Routledge