Much of the new thinking in the field of legal theory borrows from perspectives and methods developed in economics, history and philosophy. This volume of 15 original essays covers the development of this new approach and its application to modern law.
Using a cognitive model to explain decisions in five well-known international crises since 1960, this book aims to illuminate the means by which policy-makers "impose coherence" on ambiguous information, and rapidly evaluate policy options during these fast-paced events.
This stunning debut combines reading with the world of internet gaming to create a masterful new genre that will allow teens to take the story from the page into the world of cyberspace and beyond
While millions would have done anything to escape, one remarkable British soldier smuggled himself into Auschwitz to witness the horror and tell others the truth
This text provides non-specialist academic and professional readers with an easily-accessible account of the nature of deeply divided societies and the patterns of politics and political issues that characterize them as such.
Emerging from the yearly seminar series sponsored by the Davis Center of Russian Research at Harvard, this work is designed as a comprehensive survey of the reasons for the Soviet collapse, reassessed in light of new documentary materials, memoirs, and personal interviews.