Political Science, Political Freedom & Security
The Book on Ending Homelessness
by Iain De Jong
The Book on Ending Homelessness provides insights for those in the industry, elected officials, policy makers, funders, public servants and the general public on the best ways to move from managing homelessness to ending homelessness. While ending ...
The Taxpayer Navy
by M. L. Berry
Tax dollars wasted on over-priced ships. Good ships decommissioned for no reason. Brand-new shore infrastructure shuttered or ill-maintained. U.S. naval history from 1950 to the present is rife with mismanagement, the consequences of which fall ...
The DNA of Executive Protection Site Security
by Tibi J. Roman
An in-depth read in relation to executive protection with a focus on site security, The DNA of Executive Protection - Site Security is essential for anyone new to executive protection or requiring advanced instruction on major event planning. If you ...
Why Human Rights Charters Fail to Fulfill Their Mandates by Donald L. Lang, PhD
Freedom. The Berber symbol adorns a monument outside the Museum of Slavery in The Gambia. It’s also an emblem of hope, that “never again” will such wrongheaded political mindsets cloud our judgment about “rights” and “freedoms,” now enshrined in ...
Our Refusal to Let Torturer-Traffickers Win by Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald
Women Unsilenced explores the impact of unthinkable violence committed against women and girls through multiple perspectives—women’s recall of life-threatening ordeals of torture, human trafficking, and organized crime, society’s failure to ...
Understanding America’s Greatest Existential Threats
Homeland Security and Paralysis of the Electrical Grid Systems by Dr. J. R. Maxwell
In this introductory volume, readers will learn about the vital role that the various Critical Infrastructure (CI) sectors play in America, in the context of homeland security. The protection, maintenance, and monitoring of these interdependent CI ...
Scarlet to Green
A History of Intelligence in the Canadian Army 1903-1963 by Major S.R. Elliot
Scarlet to Green details the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of the Canadian Army’s intelligence organization from its inception in 1903 to 1963, the eve of the Integration of the Canadian Armed Forces. The book analyzes the role of intelligence in Canadian ...
Whisper of Love in Hell
by Sam Spring Maple
Whisper of Love in Hell is a small love story set against a tremendous scene of political savagery and dogmatic religious tyranny. Dr. Atra Tirany is a brave and principled lecturer who refuses to whitewash the truth he teaches impressionable ...
Military Intelligence Operator
Overlords, Alchemists & End-Users by Neil M. Fletcher
Determining people’s true motives and character is a process that begins in early childhood and never ceases. The process of converting information into intelligence is no different. Myths and assumptions have to be continuously challenged in order ...
Orange County Style by C. J. Ford Jr.
First and foremost, there is nothing wrong with “Whistle Blowing”, or standing up for yourself. Use this book to help you decide if risking the penalties of failure will reap the rewards of success – and righting a wrong. Secondly, this book ...