Focuses on the changes in global politics that have occurred since the end of the Cold War and since 9/11.
‘Original, eloquent, challenging and hopeful, Richard Falk is always worth reading.’
– Michael Reisman, Yale Law School
Winner of the 2013 Julian Minghi Outstanding Research Award, American Association of Geographers.
‘At a time when many commentators are preoccupied by forces undermining the power and authority of the territorial state, Border Walls serves as an important reminder that the modernist political-territorial order still matters. Reece Jones convincingly shows that the border security arrangements of the past decade are likely to be among the most enduring consequences of the global “war on terror” – not just for how people move around and use space, but for how they think about the political geographic organization of the planet.’
– Alexander B. Murphy, Department of Geography, University of Oregon
An extraordinary historical, political and philosophical work that is set to not only reconfigure our understanding of democracy, but to challenge the individualistic basis of the modern liberal politics.
‘Every now and then modern society throws up someone who questions its most cherished myths. The how and why of it deserves a book in its own right. Roslyn Fuller is one such, and, in this work, she takes on a holy cow, Democracy, that the West loves to believe it invented (like all good things).’
– Rajani Kanth, Harvard University
A timely and comprehensive guide to understanding the evolution of Philippine foreign policy in recent decades.
‘A valuable source for policy makers, academics, researchers and those who would like to understand the dynamics among the powers in Southeast Asiae.’
– Wilfrido Villacorta, former Philippine ambassador and permanent representative to ASEAN
A landmark work that continues to exert a profound influence on discussions about development and security.
‘What is needed is to move beyond the idea of war-as-breakdown towards a fundamental rethink about how local elites, ordinary people, and international governments are continuously adapting to war and to global economic change. This breathtaking tour-de-force from one of the leading thinkers in this field points the way forward.’
– David Keen, London School of Economics and Political Science