In today's ever-more-globalized world, success in business requires navigating through cultural differences,... Læs mere
"[A]bounds with well-chosen anecdotes...enlightening...a pleasure to read." -Foreign Affairs
Two renowned political scientists show how the rules of politics almost always favour leaders who ignore the national interest and focus on serving their own supporters.
This groundbreaking investigation by a renowned psychologist and neuroscientist proves it: We vote with our hearts, not our minds
The dramatic insider account of why we made the decision to invade Iraq, the motivations of the key people who drove it, and the frustrations of those who tried and failed to stop it, leading to the most costly misadventure in US history.
A promising young diplomat's account of her assignment in South Sudan, the world's youngest nation on the brink of civil war, and an explanation of the ways US foreign policy has utterly failed in its diplomacy and accountability around the world.
A narrative, character-driven account of the Korean War that sheds light on the atrocities and hardships suffered by all sides in the 'forgotten' conflict.
A debut collection of tender, biting essays on sex, dating, and identity from a gay Filipino immigrant learning to navigate race and resistance in America.
"[Haqqani's] purpose isn't to narrate his service as ambassador or score political points but to... Læs mere
On the centennial of the Russian Revolution comes a bold new interpretation of its origins, putting the intellectual and cultural masses--not just the Bolsheviks--on the frontlines of the revolt.
A spirited insider's account of the most controversial foreign policy decisions of Obama's administration, and definitive treatise on why Obama's foreign policy legacy will be regarded as one of the most successful of the last half century.
What must the United States do to remain the global superpower--and stop alienating the rest of the world? The author of The Paradox of American Power has one clear answer: soft power.
This history of China as the Chinese would write it gives brilliant and unconventional insights for understanding China's role in the world, especially the drive to 'Make China Great Again.'