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Routledge has an illustrious history in research and reference publishing. You can explore this area of the site to learn more about our featured research, reference, monographs, handbooks and major works in Politics & International Relations. In addition, you can visit one of following areas for broad representation of our reference publishing program:

Recent Research & Reference Articles

  1. New Title - Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Democratization

    This interdisciplinary reference work addresses topics including the impact of belief systems, historical records, regional and global contexts, civil society, ethnicity, women, Islam, and social media. The performance of political institutions is also assessed, and the volume offers a series of in-depth case studies, evaluating the country records of particular democratic, hybrid, and authoritarian regimes from a democratization perspective. Bringing together nearly 30 key international experts in the field, this cutting-edge Handbook offers a comprehensive and fresh investigation into democracy in the region. Find out more.

  2. Author of the Month: L.H.M Ling

    Author of Imagining World Politics & The DAO of World Politics, L.H.M Ling, takes a little time to tell us about her books and some unusual facts about her teaching!

  3. The Key Concepts & Fifty Key Thinkers…. Routledge Key Guides Series

    Routledge Key Guides is a highly successful series of accessible and informative student reference handbooks, which define and discuss the central concepts, thinkers and debates in a broad range of academic disciplines.

  4. Author of the Month: Kevin Gray

    Kevin Gray, author of Labour and Development in East Asia, takes a little time to tell us about his new book and the current growing labor unrest in China.

    ‘Gray’s account of unfolding tensions inherent in the political and ideological management of labor in China’s capitalist revolution is theoretically sophisticated, compelling in argument and well written.’  - Garry Rodan, Professor of Politics & International Studies, Murdoch University, Australia.

  5. 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!

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

  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. 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

  9. Collaborative Strategies for Sustainable Cities

    Author of the Month:  Eric S. Zeemering

    Author Eric S. Zeemering gives us inside information on his new book Collaborative Strategies for Sustainable Cities and what he has lined up for the future.

    "In Collaborative Strategies for Sustainable Cities, Zeemering uses Baltimore as his backdrop to produce a careful and nuanced analysis of how sustainability is defined and implemented at the city level, and how it matters."

    — Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University

  10. Author of the Month: David Chandler

    Resilience author David Chandler takes a little time to tell us about his new book and what he has been up to!

    "David Chandler’s Resilience takes a fashionably vague catchword and subjects it to a masterful critique and reconstruction." Nicholas Onuf, Florida International University

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