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📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Denise Leith
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : This is an analysis of the mining company Freeport's presence in Indonesia. It looks closely at the changing nature of power relations between Freeport and Major General Suharto, the Indonesian military, the traditional landowners (the Amungme and Kamoro) and environmental and human rights groups.
📒Catch And Kill ✍ Joel Deane
📝Catch and Kill Book Synopsis : Power is the only measure of a politician that matters: how they win power, how they use power, how they lose power. Catch and Kill is an inside account of the beguiling and nomadic nature of the unholy trinity of politics—the winning, the using, the losing. Joel Deane's gripping study of the politics of power takes us into the inner sanctum of state and national politics in Australia, investigating how four friends—Steve Bracks, John Brumby, John Thwaites, and Rob Hulls—beat the factions, won office in Victoria, then tried to hijack Canberra. It delivers a slice of political gothic, exploring the heart of the contemporary Labor Party in search of the nature of power.
📒A Life Of Its Own ✍ Robert Gottlieb
📝A Life of Its Own Book Synopsis : Chronicles the political history of water in the United States and details contemporary, nationwide concerns and contentions regarding water quality
📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Lars-Christian U. Talseth
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : This book sheds new light on the complex EU-Russia relationship, by providing the first comprehensive account of the EU-Russia Energy Dialogue. The author examines why Moscow and Brussels have failed to cooperate in this crucial area of interdependence. By invoking constructivism and Mikhail Bakhtin’s concept of dialogue, and drawing on dozens of interviews with Russian and European officials, Talseth argues that the Energy Dialogue was unsuccessful because its interlocutors failed to come up with a common narrative for cooperation. Evidence suggests that the collapse of the Energy Dialogue was not pre-determined and initially there was a great deal of optimism and goodwill. Ultimately, the outcome of the Energy Dialogue was shaped by the unfolding time-space of Russo-European relations.
📒Fascism And The Politics Of Power ✍ Sadhan Mukherjee
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📒In Search Of Poetry In The Politics Of Power ✍ George Liska
📝In Search of Poetry in the Politics of Power Book Synopsis : In Search of Poetry in the Politics of Power is an intellectual autobiography of George Liska, a distinguished scholar of foreign policy. Integrating personal memoir with a discussion of world politics and international relations, this book includes selections from Liska's most important writings from the past 50 years. Topics discussed include realism and world politics; historicism; historicist realism and statesmanship; and the prospects for scholarship in the next half century. This is a valuable book for scholars of international relations, world politics, and political history.
📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Ira Katznelson
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : A critical, focused, point-of-view approach to American government, highlighting the ongoing tension between capitalism and democracy.
📒Scooped ✍ Martin Hirst
📝Scooped Book Synopsis : 'Scooped: The Politics and Power of Journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand' critically examines some of the most pressing economic, political, social and cultural issues facing journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand. Approaching journalism as a field of cultural production, the book brings together contributions from a diverse list of academics and journalists, and interrogates the commonsense assumptions that typically structure public discussion of journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand. Rather than simply treating power as something others have, and politics as something that the media simply covers, the book situates journalism itself as a site of power and cultural politics. Lamenting the often antagonistic relationship between journalism and academia, the book offers a vision of a critically engaged journalism studies that should be of interest to academics, students, journalists and general readers.
📒Politics And Power In The Maghreb ✍ Michael Willis
📝Politics and Power in the Maghreb Book Synopsis : The overthrow of the regime of President Ben Ali in Tunisia on 14 January 2011 took the world by surprise. The popular revolt in this small Arab country and the effect it had on the wider Arab world prompted questions as to why there had been so little awareness of it up until that point. It also revealed a more general lack of knowledge about the surrounding western part of the Arab world, or the Maghreb, which had long attracted a tiny fraction of the outside interest shown in the eastern Arab world of Egypt, the Levant and the Gulf. This book examines the politics of the three states of the central Maghreb--Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco--since their achievement of independence from European colonial rule in the 1950s and 1960s. It explains the political dynamics of the region by looking at the roles played by the military, political parties and Islamist movements and addresses factors such as Berber identity and economics, as well as how the states of the region interact with each other and with the wider world.
📒Russians In Iran ✍ Rudi Matthee
📝Russians in Iran Book Synopsis : Russians in Iran seeks to challenge the traditional narrative regarding Russian involvement in Iran and to show that, whilst Russia’s historical involvement in Iran is longstanding, it is nonetheless much misunderstood. Russia's influence in Iran between 1800 and the middle of the twentieth century is not simply a story of inexorable intrusion and domination: rather, it is a complex and interactive process of mostly indirect control and constructive engagement. Drawing on fresh archival material, the contributors provide a window into the power and influence wielded in Iran not just by the Russian government through it traditional representatives but by Russian nationals operating in Iran in a variety of capacities, including individuals, bankers, and entrepreneurs. Russians in Iran reveals the multifaceted role that Russians have played in Iranian history and provides an original and important contribution to the history and international relations of Iran, Russia and the Middle East.