In light of the changes that the Kurds and the countries in the Middle East are undergoing, The Kurds in the Middle East: Enduring Problems and New Dynamics provides a comprehensive analysis of the Kurdish-state relations in the four key Middle Eastern countries.
From the Reformation to the French Revolution, Volume II
This second volume continues the story told in the first by focusing on the writings of a selection of seminal thinkers in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in England, the German speaking world and in France, ending with the debate around the French Revolution of 1789.
Connecting urban activism to historical, philosophical and theoretical ideas of the dialectic, this book builds a new theoretical framework for reimagining the work of anarchist organizing and social movements
This volume argues that middle powers are important to 21st Century world politics in performing roles as (aspiring) global middle powers, regional pivots, and niche leaders. This claim is based on an analysis of the foreign policies of nine (aspiring) middle powers from the Near East, East Asia, and Europe.
Anarchism, Antiauthoritarianism, and the Left in Puerto Rico, 18971921
Positions Puerto Rico within the context of a regional anarchist network that stretched from the island to Cuba (a U.S. protectorate), Tampa, and New York, and struggled against religion, governments, and industrial capitalism.
The papers in this CSIS compendium were written by the nine members of the 2019 TUPP delegation. Each participant was asked to reflect on their in-country experience and produce a short article analyzing a policy issue related to Taiwan.
Understanding Iran's Power and Exploiting Its Vulnerabilities
In this CSIS report, Seth G. Jones analyzes Iran's irregular, conventional, economic, and soft power-as well as its domestic stability-to lay out a containment strategy aimed at curbing Iranian expansion and encouraging its political liberalization.