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What Rebels Want
Resources and Supply Networks in Wartime
Jennifer M. Hazen
Hazen challenges the commonly held view that rebel groups can get what they want, when they want it, and when they most need it, offering a better understanding of rebel group capacity and options for war and war termination.



Capitalist Diversity on Europe's Periphery
Dorothee Bohle, Béla Greskovits
Dorothee Bohle and Bela Geskovits trace the fundamental decisions made by postsocialist countries that have joined the European Union since 2004 or are candidates to do so.



When Small States Make Big Leaps
Institutional Innovation and High-Tech Competition in Western Europe
Darius Ornston
Darius Ornston explains how several of Europe's technological laggards, in particular Denmark, Finland, and Ireland, managed to assume leading positions in new, high-tech industries: biotechnology, software, telecommunications equipment.



Frontiers of Fear
Immigration and Insecurity in the United States
Ariane Chebel D'Appollonia
Frontiers of Fear comparatively analyzes the restrictive immigration policies commonly framed as a security issue implemented on both sides of the Atlantic since the 1990s.



When Victory Is Not an Option
Islamist Movements in Arab Politics
Nathan J. Brown
In When Victory Is Not an Option, Nathan J. Brown focuses on Islamist movements in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, and Palestine, showing that uncertain benefits lead to uncertain changes.



Rebel Rulers
Insurgent Governance and Civilian Life during War
Zachariah Cherian Mampilly
When insurgents take and hold territory, they can develop systems of governance that deliver public services to civilians under their control. This book reflects Zachariah Cherian Mampilly's extensive fieldwork in rebel-controlled...



China's Regulatory State
A New Strategy for Globalization
Roselyn Hsueh
Investigating in depth how China implemented its economic policies between 1978 and 2010, Hsueh gives the most complete picture yet of China's regulatory state, particularly as it has shaped the telecommunications and textiles industries.



Mobilizing Restraint
Democracy and Industrial Conflict in Post-Reform South Asia
Emmanuel Teitelbaum
In Mobilizing Restraint, Emmanuel Teitelbaum argues that, contrary to conventional wisdom, democracies are better at managing industrial conflict than authoritarian regimes.



Creative Reconstructions
Multilateralism and European Varieties of Capitalism after 1950
Orfeo Fioretos
The role of multilateral institutions in the shaping of global capitalism.



The Pseudo-Democrat's Dilemma
Why Election Observation Became an International Norm
Susan D. Hyde
Examining whether election monitoring is an effective way to promote democracy or simply a means to legitimize electoral...



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