New International Studies books
- Worldmaking in the long Great War : how local and colonial struggles shaped the modern Middle East /
- Forbidden : receiving Pope Francis's condemnation of nuclear weapons /
- In search of justice in Thailand's deep south : Malay Muslim and Thai Buddhist women's narratives /
- Who is the Asianist? : the politics of representation in Asian studies /
- Reframing globalization after COVID-19 : pandemic diplomacy amid the failure of multilateral cooperation /
- Unofficial peace diplomacy : private peace entrepreneurs in conflict resolution processes /
- Global security in an age of crisis /
- Encountering US empire in socialist Venezuela : the legacy of race, neocolonialism, and democracy promotion /
- Representing childhood and atrocity /
- Diaspora diplomacy : the politics of Turkish emigration to Europe /
- In the shade of the Sunna : Salafi piety in the twentieth-century Middle East /
- Democracy in Latin America : a history since independence /
- The social and cultural history of Palestine : essays in honour of Salim Tamari /
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