These and other events have fueled the claim that China is stagnating, if not in permanent decline. Some scholars now argue ...
Their convergence is creating a new axis of upheaval—a development that is fundamentally altering the geopolitical landscape.
International humanitarian law, also known as the law of war or the law of armed conflict, is supposed to spare civilians ...
Blitzer explores the traumas of displaced Central American migrants as they confront the U.S. immigration system.
KELLY SIMS GALLAGHER is Professor of Energy and Environmental Policy and Interim Dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts ...
Copeland’s book is both a history of the key moments in American trade policy and a theoretical study of the middle ground ...
Drawing on many books and articles, as well as interviews with Berezovsky’s family and associates, she chronicles how ...
What we lose when languages die.
To win a second term, former U.S. President Donald Trump will need to continue to attract the working-class voters who helped ...
This book fills a gap in the scholarship by looking at how states researched and developed radiological weapons in the ...
Nolan traces the factors that drove the adoption of Guatemalan children between the 1970s and the first decade of the 2000s.
Heydon argues that trade weapons hurt those who wield them and threaten the global trading system, also contending that the ...