Book Reviews

Rereading Orientalism: The Politics of Imperialism and Othering

Edward Said, in his book Orientalism, argues that the concept of Orient as being exotic, barbaric, uncivilized and irrational is

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Social Movements

Social Movements 1768-2008, by Charles Tilly, Lesley J. Wood, Boulder: Paradigm Publisher, 2008; 195 pages. Charles Tilly confessed in the preface

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Rise of Dragon

U.S.-Chinese Relations: Perilous Past, Pragmatic Present by Robert G. Sutter; Plymouth: Rowman and Littlefield, 2010 ; 340 pages. The Dragon and the Elephant:

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Politics of Terrorism

Combating Terrorism: Strategies and Approaches by William C. Banks, Renee De Nevers & Mitchel B. Wallerstein;CQ Press 2008; 356 Pages.  Culture of

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The Order, the Order Makers and the Orderlies: Can EU Shape the Emerging International Order?

The European Union and Emerging Powers in the 21st Century: How Europe Can Shape a New Global Order Edited by Thomas Renard

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