Political Science, Economic Conditions
Slowing for the Rough Stuff
Trucking in War-Torn Yugoslavia by Jonathan Jones
The complexities of war are only truly known when you’ve experienced it. From 1992 to 1994, Jonathan Jones, an ex-serviceman of the Gloucestershire Regiment, found himself in the depths of chaos while providing humanitarian aid as a civilian truck ...
In the Bowels of Bureaucracy
Thirty Years in the Developing World's Bureaucratic Machinery by Robert G. Boase
An outsider’s romp through our developing world – countries in transition from planned to market economies, failed states, post-conflict states and the bureaucrats caught in the middle of stagnation, rapid change and chaos. The book is a memoir of ...
The Broken Silence
by Mohammed Javed
At a time in history when fear of ‘the other’ has become commonplace, The Broken Silence is a timely book that shows a glimpse in the timeline of how Islam has been marginalized in society. It examines the impacts of economic sanctions on vulnerable ...
Nine Days for Justice
by Gerald Haslam
Who kidnapped Luis Montador? Is it the militant group Nine Days for Justice, which claims credit and demands a $25-million ransom? Does the group really exist, or is it just a smokescreen? Is the abduction part of a struggle within the mighty ...