Book Reviews

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  • Political order and political decay: from the industrial revolution to the globalization of democracy. By Francis Fukuyama.
  • World order: reflections on the character of nations and the course of history. By Henry Kissinger.
  • The status of law in world society: meditations on the role and rule of law. By Friedrich Kratochwil.
  • Time to react: the efficiency of international organizations in crisis response. By Heidi Hardt.
  • NATO beyond 9/11: the transformation of the Atlantic alliance. Edited by Ellen Hallams, Luca Ratti and Benjamin Zyla.
  • Drone warfare. By John Kaag and Sarah Kreps.
  • The morality of private war: the challenge of private military and security companies. By James Pattison.
  • Mixed emotions: beyond fear and hatred in international conflict. By Andrew A. G. Ross.
  • European Union foreign policy and the global climate regime. By Simon Schunz.
  • Globalizing oil: firms and oil market governance in France, Japan, and the United States. By Llewelyn Hughes.
  • International partnership in Russia. By James Henderson and Alastair Ferguson.
  • Putin’s energy agenda. By Stefan Hedlund.
  • MI5 in the Great War. Edited by Nigel West.
  • American grand strategy in the Mediterranean during World War II. By Andrew Buchanan.
  • Winding up the British empire in the Pacific islands. By W. David McIntyre.
  • Urgences françaises. By Jacques Attali.
  • La France au défi. By Hubert Védrine.
  • Parochial global Europe: 21st century trade politics. By Alasdair Young and John Peterson.
  • The politics of the Black Sea region: EU neighbourhood, conflict zone or future security community? By Carol Weaver.
  • The last Stalinist: the life of Santiago Carrillo. By Paul Preston.
  • Ukraine crisis: what it means for the West. By Andrew Wilson.
  • The limits of partnership: US—Russian relations in the twenty-first century. By Angela Stent.
  • Conflict, crime, and the state in postcommunist Eurasia. Edited by Svante Cornell and Michael Jonsson.
  • Enemy on the Euphrates: the British occupation of Iraq and the great Arab revolt. By Ian Rutledge.
  • Counting Islam: religion, class, and elections in Egypt. By Tarek Masoud.
  • The new pirates: modern global piracy from Somalia to the South China Sea. By Andrew Palmer.
  • Africa in the new world order: peace and security challenges in the twenty-first century. Edited by Olayiwola Abegunrin.
  • Cold peace: China—India rivalry in the twenty-first century. By Jeff M. Smith.
  • The US–India nuclear agreement: diplomacy and domestic politics. By Dinshaw Mistry.
  • North Korea–US relations under Kim Jong Il: the quest for normalization? By Ramon Pacheco Pardo.
  • The emperor far away: travels at the edge of China. By David Eimer.
  • China’s regional relations: evolving foreign policy dynamics. By Mark Beeson and Fujian Li.
  • The Sino-Russian challenge to the world order: national identities, bilateral relations, and East versus West in the 2010s. By Gilbert Rozman.
  • Japan and the war on terror: military force and political pressure in the US—Japanese alliance. By Michael Penn.
  • America’s search for security: the triumph of idealism and the return of realism. By Sean Kay.
  • The CIA and the Soviet bloc: political warfare, the origins of the CIA, and countering communism in Europe. By Stephen Long.
  • Forever Vietnam: how a divisive war changed American public memory. By David Kieran.
  • Back channel to Cuba: the hidden history of negotiations between Washington and Havana. By William M. LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluh.

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