695 books (35 pages) in this category
by Mark Pack
In politics, there are no prizes for second place. Packed with advice and practical examples, this new, fully updated edition of the classic political guide reveals the insider secrets and skills you need to make sure you're a winner on election
by Warhurst John (Ed)
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The 50 most thought-provoking theories in politics, each explained in half a minute
by Steven L. Taylor
50 key political principles explained and illuminated. ...
by Altman Dennis
Australian prime ministers since Harold Holt have all fostered close relationships with the United States, but John Howard has initiated economic and military policies that have bound the two countries even tighter. As a result, many Australians
by Justin Krebs
Inequality and the 2014 New Zealand General Election
by Jack Vowles
Based on New Zealand Election Study (NZES) data from a sample of 2,830 eligible voters, A Bark But No Bite explores a puzzle. While there was a lot of talk about inequality before the 2014 general election in New Zealand, and during the ...
Living and Dying in Central America
by Oscar Martinez
'A chilling portrait of corruption, unimaginable brutality and impunity' Financial Times ...
by Nick Dyrenfurth
The Australian Labor Party is one of the oldest labour parties and was the first in the world to form a government. 2011 marks its 120th birthday. This short and lively book tells the story of the ALPs numerous successes in winning government at
by Gordon Brown
A radical vision for a new, post-referendum, Scotland. ...
Women Fight the Islamic State
by Meredith Tax
A secular feminist army courageously challenges the Islamic StateIn wartorn Syria, a Kurdish democratic societybased on secularism, ethnic inclusiveness, and gender equality with women on the front lines as fierce warriors and ...
by Damien Freeman
Tony Abbott may have been a Rhodes Scholar, but some commentators are convinced that he offered nothing more than three-word slogans. Abbott's Right challenges this perception, and presents Abbott as someone who rejoices in the political battle ...
by Bhaskar Sunkara
The remarkable run of self-proclaimed 'democratic socialist' Bernie Sanders for president of the United States has prompted-for the first time in decades and to the shock of many-a national conversation about socialism. A New York Times poll in ...
The Secret History of the NATO Exercise That Almost Triggered Nuclear War
by Nate Jones
In November 1983, Soviet nuclear forces went on high alert. After months nervously watching increasingly assertive NATO military posturing, Soviet intelligence agencies in Western Europe received flash telegrams reporting alarming activity on ...
by Klaus Neumann
by Brennan Frank
Is there a place for personal beliefs in public life? In Acting on Conscience Frank Brennan tackles these issues head on. He looks at some of the legal, moral and ethical issues currently capturing the public imagination - and critically ...
by Brennan Frank
Is there a place for personal beliefs in public life? Is a Catholic health minister in a fit position to legislate on women's issues such as the right to an abortion pill? When the prime minister invokes church leaders' support in going to war ...
by Peter Hartcher
The great crises that threaten Australia's national prosperity come from abroad. So do the grandest opportunities. But in Australian politics the big matters are commonly crowded out by the small. International policy is used for domestic ...