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The Dynamics of Opposition Cooperation in the Arab World    ::  <P>Within the democratisation literature, opposition unity is widely seen as an important requisite to successfully pressure authoritarian rulers into liberalising reforms and in bringing about democratic change. Taking up on this theme, this book examines the myriad ways in which opposition groups across the Arab world have sought to coalesce into broader reform coalitions at the local, national and transnational levels t...

Addiction and Recovery in the UK : David Best, Jeffrey D.

New Thinking about the Taiwan Issue    :  The "Taiwan question" has long been considered one of the most complicated and explosive issues in global politics. In recent years, however, relations between Taiwan and the Chinese mainland have improved substantially to the surprise of many. In this ground-breaking collection, distinguished contributors from the US, Asia, and Europe seek to go beyond the standard "recitation of facts" that often characterizes studies focusing on the Beijing-...

Paving the Road to Sustainable Transport : Annika Rickne, Karl Hillman, Måns Nilsson, Thomas Magnusson

Political and Humanitarian Responses to Syrian Displacement    ::  <P>This book examines Syrian displacement since the start of the 2011 conflict. It considers how neighboring refugee-hosting states – namely Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon – have responded to Syrian refugees, as well as how the international humanitarian community has assisted and protected refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs). Miller examines Syrian displacement as it relates to EU and US policies, and relates ...

Political and Humanitarian Responses to Syrian Displacement : Sarah Deardorff Miller

Religion, Race, and Barack Obama's New Democratic Pluralism    ::  <P>Contrary to popular claims, religion played a critical role in Barack Obama’s 2008 election as president of the United States. Religion, race, and gender entered the national and electoral dialogue in an unprecedented manner. What stood out most in the 2008 presidential campaign was not that Republicans reached out to religious voters but that Democrats did—and with a vengeance. This tightly edited volume demonstrate...

Religion, Race, and Barack Obama's New Democratic Pluralism : Gastón Espinosa

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