New International Studies books
- Displacing territory : Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Jordan /
- Sand talk : how indigenous thinking can save the world /
- Governance and domestic policymaking in saudi arabia : transforming society.
- The India-Pakistan sub-conventional war : democracy and peace in South Asia /
- The Muslim difference defining the line between believers and unbelievers from early Islam to the present
- A thousand tiny cuts : mobility and security across the Bangladesh-India borderlands /
- Natural resources and the new frontier : constructing modern China's borderlands /
- Suspended lives : navigating everyday violence in the US asylum system /
- Elatsoe /
- Decolonizing the study of Palestine : indigenous perspectives and settler colonialism after Elia Zureik /
- City of sediments : a history of Seoul in the age of colonialism /
- Introduction to international development : approaches, actors, issues, and practice /
- Imagined communities : reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism /
- How states think : the rationality of foreign policy /
- The war that must not occur /
- Strategizing against sweatshops : the global economy, student activism, and worker empowerment /
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