Although India and China have very different experiences of colonialism, they respond to that history in a similar way - by treating it as a collective trauma. As a result they have a strong sense of victimization that affects their foreign policy decisions even today. Wronged by Empire breaks new ground by blending this historical phenomenon, colonialism, with mixed methods - including archival research, newspaper data mining, and a new statistical method of content analysis - to explain…
This volume contains ten new essays focused on the exploration and articulation of a narrative that considers the notion of order within medieval and modern philosophy—its various kinds (natural, moral, divine, and human), the different ways in which each is conceived, and the diverse dependency relations that are thought to obtain among them.
The Cambridge Companion to the Communist Manifesto makes accessible to general readers the latest historical and biographical scholarship critically relevant to this class text in political theory and intellectual history. It provides a fresh translation
Strategy and Defence Planning: Meeting the Challenge of Uncertainty explores and examines why and how security communities prepare purposefully for their future defence. Professor Gray argues that our understanding of human nature, of politics, and of strategic history, does allow us to make prudent choices in defence planning.