This page is permanently under development: 
updated June 15, 2007 w/ military theory-

International Relations General, including Political Economy:

Abdelal, R., Herrera, Y., Johnston, A., & McDermott, R. (2006, December).  Identity as a variable.  Perspectives on Politics 4 (4), 695-711.

Claude, I. (1962).  Power and international relations.  New York: Random House.

Crocker, C., Hampson, F., Aall, P. [Eds.].  (2001).  Turbulent peace: The challenges of managing international conflict.  Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press.  ISBN 1-929223-27-7.

Dorling-Kindersley Essential Atlas of the World, 2nd Edition.  (2003).  New York: Dorling Kindersley Publishing.  ISBN 0-7894-9358-6.

Fukuyama, F. (1992)  The End of History and the Last Man.  NY: HarperCollins.

Fukuyama, F. (2004).  State-building: Governance and world order in the 21st century.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Gilpin, R. (1987).  The political economy of international relations.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 

Hobbes, T.  (1997).  Leviathan.  Norton Critical Editions.  NY: W.W. Norton.

Machiavelli, N. (1991).  The Prince.  W. Merriot, (Trans.).  Everyman’s Library.  NY: Alfred A. Knopf.

Nissanke, M., & Thorbecke, E. (2006).  The impact of globalization on the world’s poor.  Studies in Development Economics and Policy Series.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 0230004792.

Nissanke, M., & Thorbecke, E. (2007).  Linking globalization to poverty.  United Nations University Policy Brief No. 2.

Siu, R.G.H.  (1979).  The craft of power.  New York: John Wiley & Sons.  ISBN 0-471-04628-0.

Strange, S. (1992).  States, firms, and diplomacy.  International Affairs 68 (1), 1-15.  Available from JSTOR database.

Strange, S. (1996).  The retreat of the state: The diffusion of power in the world economy.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Strange, S. (1998).  Why do international organizations never die?  In Autonomous policy-making by international organizations.  (pp. 213-220).  B. Reinalda (Ed.)  Available from eBrary database.

New Guinea, WW IIThe Psychology of Force, War, and Influence; Intelligence Studies; Military Culture; and other  Military Theory: 

(also listed on Military Matters page).

The armed forces officer.  (1960).

Chenoweth, A. (2002).  Art of War: Eyewitness U.S. combat art from the revolution through the twentieth century.  New York: Friedman/Fairfax.  ISBN 1-58663-311-2.

von Clausewitz, C. (1984; 1974; ca. 1827).  On war: Indexed edition.  M. Howard & P. Paret (Trans., Ed.)  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.  ISBN 06910-18545.

Greene, R. (1998).  The forty-eight laws of power.  A Joost Elffers Book.  NY: Viking Press.  ISBN 0-670-88146-5.

Greene, R. (2001).  The art of seduction.  A Joost Elffers Book.  NY: Viking Press.  ISBN 0670-89192-4.

Greene, R. (2006).   The thirty-three strategies of war.  A Joost Elffers Book.  NY: Viking Books.  ISBN 0-670-03457-6.

Grossman, D. (1995).  On killing: The psychological cost of learning to kill in war and society.  Boston: Back Bay Books/Little, Brown.  ISBN 0-316-33011-6.

Machiavelli, N. (1991).  The Prince.  W. Merriot, (Trans.).  Everyman’s Library.  NY: Alfred A. Knopf.Musashi, M. (1643; 1974).  A Book of Five Rings: The classic guide to strategy. V. Harris, (Trans).  Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press.

Naythons, M. (1993).  The face of mercy: A photographic history of medicine at war. M. Naythons, Producer.  S. Nuland, Author.  S. Burns, Photographic Editor.  An Epicenter Communications Book.  New York: Random House.  ISBN 0-679-42744-9.

Plato.  (5th Century B.C.E.; 1974).  The republic.  G. Grube (Trans.).   Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Publishing Company.  ISBN 0-915144-03-4.

Siu, R.G.H.  (1979).  The craft of power.  NY: John Wiley and Sons.  ISBN 0-471-04528-0. 

Thucydides.  ( 5th Century, B.C.E.; 1628; 1959).  The Peloponnesian War: The complete Hobbes translation.  T. Hobbes (Trans.).  With notes and new introduction by David Grene.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  ISBN 0-226-80106-3.

Tzu, Sun.  ( 2nd Century, B.C.E; 1994).  The Art of War.  R. Sawyer, (Trans.).   Westview Press or NY: Barnes & Noble Press.

Xenophon.  (431 B.C.E; 1964).  Anabasis: The march up country.   W. Rouse, (Trans.) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan/Ann Arbor Press.  ISBN 0-472-06095-3. 

Military History is on Military Matters page.

Former Soviet Union Region:

For a more complete online biography for the FSU, check FPA Central Asia’s  Worth Reading page. 

Gaddy, C., & Ickes, B. (2002).  Russia’s virtual economy.  Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.  ISBN 0-8157-3111-6.

Gleason, G. (2001).  Inter-state cooperation in Central Asia from the CIS to the Shanghai Forum.  Europe-Asia Studies, 53 (7), 1077-1095.  Available from JSTOR database.

Ledeneva, A. (2006).  How Russia really works: The informal practices that shaped post-Soviet politics and business.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Paperbacks.  ISBN  0801-47352-7.

Lotspeich, R. (1995).  Crime in the transition economies.  Europe-Asia Studies, 47 (4), 555-589.  Available from JSTOR database.

Menon, R. (1995).  In the shadow of the bear.  International Security 20 (1), 149-181.  Available from JSTOR database.

The Middle East

Barfield, T. (2004).  Problems in establishing legitimacy in Afghanistan.  Iranian Studies 37 (2), 263-293.  Available from EBSCO database. 

Marsden, P. (2003).  Afghanistan: The reconstruction process.  International Affairs 79 (1), 91-105.  Available from EBSCO database. 

Nafisi, A. (2003).  Reading Lolita in Tehran.  NY: Random House.  ISBN 0-8129-7106-X.  (memoir).

Rashid, A. (2000).  Taliban: Militant Islam, oil, and fundamentalism in Central Asia.  New Haven: Nota Bene/Yale University Press.  ISBN 0-300-08902-3. 

Seierstad, A. (2003).  The bookseller of Kabul.  New York: Little, Brown/Back Bay Books.  (memoir).

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