Skip to Content

Blog

Welcome to the Psychology Press Politics & International Relations Blog, where we publish news and updates about featured products, notable authors, special promotions and discounts. You can also browse our blog posts by category to learn more about products in your area of interest.

Recent Articles

  1. Critical Security Studies Major Works Giveaway!

    To encourage and acknowledge further interest in our Critical Concepts in Military, Strategic, and Security Studies series, we are offering you the chance to win Critical Security Studies, a 4-volume set, which for researchers, students, practitioners, and policy-makers will be a vital resource that no library should be without!

  2. ‘THE EURO AND THE DOLLAR SEEN THROUGH DIFFERENT EYES’ - An interview with Miguel Otero-Iglesias

  3. Essential Guides for anyone studying International Relations…

    …now available FREE to view until 30th November 2014.

    "A great introduction to each chosen subject." – The Independent
     

  4. Win all titles in the Citizen Guides to Politics and Public Affairs series!

    We are giving you the chance to win all 5 books from our Citizen Guides to Politics and Public Affairs series edited by Morgan Marietta & Bert A. Rockman! Find out more about this key series and don’t worry – if you don’t win you can take advantage of a special 20% discount* on all titles in the series for a limited time only.

  5. Featured Author: John Anthony Pella

    Author John Anthony Pella introduces his book African and the Expansion of International Society: Surrendering the Savannah!

    "John Anthony Pella, Jr. provides a fascinating account of the evolution of international society in West-Central Africa. A 'must' read." - Yannis A. Stivachtis, Department of Poltical Science, Virginia Tech. Chair, English School Section, ISA
     

  6. A note from author Richard Falk

    Author Richard Falk talks to us about his new book Humanitarian Intervention and Legitimacy Wars!

    In this book, Richard Falk draws upon these changes to examine the ethics and politics of humanitarian intervention in the 21st Century.

  7. Featured Author: Mathew Davies

    Mathew Davies' Realising Rights is an exciting new contribution to politics and international relations that charts the relationship between regional organisations and member states in the critical area of human rights. He talks to us about his inspiration for the book, and why it is important today.

  8. Author of the Month: Susanne Soederberg

    Author Susanne Soederberg takes a little time to tell us about the importance of her new book Debtfare States and the Poverty Industry and what makes her book stand out!

    "This penetrating and original book introduces a new concept to the late-neoliberal lexicon, debtfare, as credit contracts displace social contracts, entrenching a parasitic "poverty industry." A compelling and significant contribution." -  Jamie Peck, Canada Research Chair in Urban & Regional Political Economy, University of British Columbia, Canada.

  9. Resources for Teaching in Higher Education Catalog Now Online!

    The books featured in this catalog are aimed at supporting the Higher Education teaching professional and will offer essential guidance, tips, and techniques that are sure to enhance your practice. Take a moment to browse our complete list of practical teaching and learning & eLearning resources by clicking on our subject sections on the left of this page.

    View the entire catalog here.

  10. A Note from author Rafael Ioris

    Author Rafael Ioris tells us about his new book Transforming Brazil: A History of National Development in the Postwar Era!

    "This innovative argument will no doubt spark debate on twentieth-century Brazilian and Latin American political economy." —Joel Wolfe, University of Massachusetts

More Articles…