Books Received April – June 2018

Arthur, Paige & Yakinthou, Christalla, eds (2018) Transitional Justice, International Assistance, and Civil Society: Missed Connections. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xvi, 278 p.

Bernstein, Richard J (2018) Why Read Hannah Arendt Now. Cambridge: Polity. viii, 124 p.

Boothby, William H & Heintschel von Heinegg, Wolf (2018) The Law of War: a Detailed Assessment of the US Department of Defense Law of War Manual. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xxiii, 456 p.

Chong, Terence, ed. (2018) Pentecostal Megachurches in Southeast Asia: Negotiating Class, Consumption and the Nation. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing. xii, 243 p.

Ellis, Mark S (2018) Justice and Diplomacy: Resolving Contradictions in Diplomatic Practice and International Humanitarian Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ix, 116 p.

Everett, Andrea L (2017) Humanitarian Hypocrisy: Civilian Protection and the Design of Peace Operations. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. xiv, 267 p.

Geiss, Robin; Zimmermann, Andreas & Stefanie Haumer, eds (2017) Humanizing the Laws of War: the Red Cross and the Development of International Humanitarian Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xiv, 266 p.

Hameiri, Shahar; Hughes, Caroline & Fabio Scarpello (2017) International Intervention and Local Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xii, 253 p.

Kaplan, Oliver (2017) Resisting War: How Communities Protect Themselves. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xx, 374 p.

Le, Hong Hiep & Tsvetov, Anton, eds (2018) Vietnam's Foreign Policy Under Doi Moi. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing. xix, 294 p.

Lessing, Benjamin (2018) Making Peace in Drug Wars: Crackdowns and Cartels in Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xxi, 326 p.

Maurer, Tim (2018) Cyber Mercenaries: the State, Hackers, and Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xx, 246 p.

Musa, Suad ME () Hawks and Doves in Sudan's Armed Conflict: Al-Hakkamat Baggara Women of Darfur. Woodbridge: James Currey. xvi, 220 p.

Raymond, Gregory Vincent (2018) Thai Military Power: a Culture of Strategic Accommodation. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. ix, 293 p.

Söderberg, Mimmi & Bjarnesen, Jesper, eds (2018) Violence in African Elections: Between Democracy and Big Man Politics. London: Zed Books. xiv, 273 p.

Snyder, Sarah B (2018) From Selma to Moscow: How Human Rights Activists Transformed U.S. Foreign Policy. New York: Columbia University Press. xi, 301 p.

Steele, Abbey (2017) Democracy and Displacement in Colombia's Civil War. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. xvi, 243 p.

Steil, Benn (2018) The Marshall Plan: Dawn of the Cold War. Oxford: Oxford University Press. xii, 606 p.

Steinweg, Reiner, ed. (2018) Successful Prevention of War and Civil War: 15 Examples. Berlin: Forum Crisis Prevention. 179 p.

Thompson, David (2018) The Returned: They Left to Wage Jihad, Now They're Back. Cambridge: Polity Press. xi, 265 p.

Troughton, Geoffrey & Fountain, Philip , eds (2018) Pursuing Peace in Godzone: Christianity and the Peace Tradition in New Zealand. Wellington: Victoria University Press. 269 p.

Vinson, Laura Thaut (2017) Religion, Violence, and Local Power-sharing in Nigeria. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xxvi, 337 p.

Yos Santasombat (2018) Chinese Capitalism and Economic Ingegration in Southeast Asia. Singapore: ISEAS Publishing. 29 p.

Yusuf, Moeed (2018) Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments: U.S. Crisis Management in South Asia. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. xii, 304 p.


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