Inside the Brotherhood
"By probing what it means to be a Muslim Brother, exploring how the Brotherhood organization is structured, and placing religion at the center of the movement's amorphous ideology, Hazim Kandil offers helpful new interpretations even when going over familiar ground. The resulting picture is not always flattering, but it helps shed light on the group's sometimes puzzling behavior."
Nathan Brown, George Washington University
A Stranger in My Own Country: Prison Diary, 1944
"This long-awaited publication will greatly increase our knowledge of an author whose reputation has never been completely eclipsed in Germany, and who is now being rediscovered in Britain, the USA, France, and Italy. All these countries have recently published his last, posthumously published novel [Alone in Berlin], thus demonstrating his rare ability to attract the common and the literary reader alike."
Modern Language Review
The controversial group discuss their motives and ambitions in this new book with Galia Ackerman.
What is the source of Obama's power? How is it that, after suffering a humiliating defeat in the 2010 mid-term elections, Obama was able to turn the situation around to achieve a decisive victory in the November 2012 presidential election?
John Urry explores the dark side of globalisation and the secretive worlds that have been created offshore.
The Age of Ecology
The first major history of the environmental movement.
A Norwegian Tragedy
Aage Borchgrevink discusses why he was compelled to write this book on Anders Behring Breivik.
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