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Diplomatic Security: A Comparative Analysis
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edited by Christopher Kinsey and Eugenio Cusumano (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 280 page(s)
The safety of diplomats has animated recent public and political debates. As diplomatic personnel are increasingly targeted by terrorism and political violence while overseas, sending states are augmenting host nations' security measures with their own. Protective arrangements range from deploying military, police...
edited by Christopher Kinsey and Eugenio Cusumano (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 280 page(s)
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Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine
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written by Noura Erakat, 1980- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 349 page(s)
Justice in the Question of Palestine is often framed as a question of law. Yet none of the Israel-Palestinian conflict's most vexing challenges have been resolved by judicial intervention. Occupation law has failed to stem Israel's settlement enterprise. Laws of war have permitted killing and destruction during Is...
written by Noura Erakat, 1980- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 349 page(s)
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Global Data Shock : Strategic Ambiguity, Deception, and Surprise in an Age of Information Overload
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written by Robert Mandel, 1945- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 270 page(s)
Intelligence and security communities have access to an overwhelming amount of information. More data is better in an information-hungry world, but too much data paralyzes individual and institutional abilities to process and use information effectively. Robert Mandel calls this phenomenon "global data shock." He...
written by Robert Mandel, 1945- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 270 page(s)
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Rebranding China: Contested Status Signaling in the Changing Global Order
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written by Xiaoyu Pu (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019, originally published 2019), 171 page(s)
China is intensely conscious of its status, both at home and abroad. This concern is often interpreted as an undivided desire for higher standing as a global leader. Yet, Chinese political elites heatedly debate the nation's role as it becomes an increasingly important player in international affairs. At times, Ch...
written by Xiaoyu Pu (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019, originally published 2019), 171 page(s)
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Proxy War: The Least Bad Option
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written by Tyrone L. Groh (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 265 page(s)
The U.S. has indirectly intervened in international conflicts on a relatively large scale for decades. Yet little is known about the immediate usefulness or long-term effectiveness of contemporary proxy warfare. In cases when neither direct involvement nor total disengagement are viable, proxy warfare is often the...
written by Tyrone L. Groh (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 265 page(s)
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Tyranny Comes Home: The Domestic Fate of U.S. Militarism
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written by Abigail R. Hall and Christopher J. Coyne (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 276 page(s)
Many Americans believe that foreign military intervention is central to protecting our domestic freedoms. But Christopher J. Coyne and Abigail R. Hall urge engaged citizens to think again. Overseas, our government takes actions in the name of defense that would not be permissible within national borders. Emboldene...
written by Abigail R. Hall and Christopher J. Coyne (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 276 page(s)
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What Mass Deportation Would Mean for Salvadoran Families in the U.S.
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produced by NewsHour Productions; interview by Fred de Sam Lazaro, fl. 1985 (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2018), 7 mins
For the Velasco family, life in California feels like an American dream. But having stayed in the U.S. under a program called Temporary Protected Status, it's a dream that may soon end. President Trump plans to halt TPS for hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Latin America and Haiti. Special correspondent Fre...
produced by NewsHour Productions; interview by Fred de Sam Lazaro, fl. 1985 (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2018), 7 mins
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[Front matter]
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edited by Andreas Wenger, fl. 1992, Liviu Horovitz, fl. 2007 and Roland Popp, fl. 2006; in Negotiating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Origins of the Nuclear Order, CSS Studies in Security and International Relations (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2017, originally published 2017), i-xi
edited by Andreas Wenger, fl. 1992, Liviu Horovitz, fl. 2007 and Roland Popp, fl. 2006; in Negotiating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Origins of the Nuclear Order, CSS Studies in Security and International Relations (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2017, originally published 2017), i-xi
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Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web
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directed by Annie Goldson, fl. 1986; produced by Alexander Behse, fl. 2000 and Annie Goldson, fl. 1986, Monsoon Pictures International, Decoding Pictures and NZ Film Commission (El Segundo, CA: Gravitas Ventures, 2017), 1 hour 48 mins
The larger-than-life story of Kim Dotcom, the "most wanted man online", is extraordinary enough, but the battle between Dotcom and the US Government and entertainment industry, is one that goes to the heart of ownership, privacy and piracy in the digital age.
directed by Annie Goldson, fl. 1986; produced by Alexander Behse, fl. 2000 and Annie Goldson, fl. 1986, Monsoon Pictures International, Decoding Pictures and NZ Film Commission (El Segundo, CA: Gravitas Ventures, 2017), 1 hour 48 mins
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Studies in International Governance, Syria, Press Framing, and the Responsibility to Protect
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written by Tom Pierre Najem, Walter E. Soderlund and E. Donald Briggs, in Studies in International Governance (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2017), 241 page(s)
The Syrian Civil War has created the worst humanitarian disaster since the end of World War II, sending shock waves through Syria, its neighbours, and the European Union. Calls for the international community to intervene in the conflict, in compliance with the UN-sanctioned Responsibility to Protect (R2P), occurr...
written by Tom Pierre Najem, Walter E. Soderlund and E. Donald Briggs, in Studies in International Governance (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2017), 241 page(s)
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