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United by or Against Euros...

This book sheds light on the future of the European Union in a critical context marked by what appears to be a “never-ending” crisis of leadership and legitimacy. Will anti-European views and their corollary, such as Euro-populism, Euro-denial, and Euro-cynicisms along with all types of nationalisms, crush or further consolidate th...
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Why was the State of Israe...

Most historians of Zionism – from the ‘Jerusalem School’ and its followers, as well as those who call themselves ‘new historians’ – understand the story of Israel’s establishment as a part of a broader historic story that encompasses hundreds and even thousands of years. They consider the Zionist leadership to be a unified entity a...
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Confronting the Internatio...

Elite leaderships of Iran, Iraq and the US operate within a male-centric system of international relations. Iran and Iraq have been accused of suffering from a ‘democracy deficit’ but little attention is paid to how external states – often in the name of women’s liberation – inflict collective punishments that severely restrict the...
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China

China’s annual 5+ million university graduates are the elite of Chinese society. They are the future leaders, be they community, economic, industrial, political, religious, or social; they are the privileged class who have been educated for future leadership roles. Common Chinese people look up to them and follow them because they ...
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Law, Morality, and Aboliti...

In the 1830s the abolitionist movement in the United States refashioned itself under new leadership which was determined to bring slavery to an immediate end. Too often written off by northern and southern opinion-makers alike as fanatics who threatened the social and economic order in America, they struggled in the face of both se...
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International Student Tran...

US higher education institutions host more than a million international students, many of whom speak English as a second language (ESL). As this number is projected to grow, it is vital that new curricular and non-curricular approaches to English language development are considered, including rigorous evaluation processes. This boo...
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Transforming Students into...

This book offers college professors and college students, as well as the general reader, a variety of ideas for developing techniques for creative and critical thinking and strategic writing and reading skills. Additionally, some of the contributions here present strategies to help students cultivate effective interpersonal skills...
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Fighting Corruption in Afr...

This book brings together leading African scholars and researchers from various academic disciplines, cultures, religions, and generations. It examines how to better mobilise and influence the actions, behaviour and attitudes of citizens towards accountability, transparency, and probity, in order to strengthen Africa’s integrity, e...
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Identity and Ideology in t...

This work puts forth the argument that, in the Haitian diaspora in the USA, a new Haitian identity has emerged among the youth, which is tied to the practical consciousness of the black American underclass. Black Americans in the postindustrial capitalist world-system of America are no longer Africans. Instead, their practical cons...
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The Inter-Processual Self

How should we understand the self, as well as personal, relational and systemic growth? This volume proposes a radical new way of answering this question. It rests on a non-representational theory of knowledge on how to approach and understand the self and action more broadly. Although it has never been lost, the Aristotelian empha...
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World Without Anger: A Cro...

The WWA series is the benchmark of Emotional Intelligence researches in the orient. World Without Anger (WWA) was originated in 2007 A.D. from the collaborative holy efforts of some scholars, researchers, authors and a galaxy of university professors such as Dr. Dean Van Leuven, University of Oregon, USA. Initially, he coined Life Without Anger (LWA) term as symbol of calm and tranquility. Its scope in global society was highly emphasized and propagated to enlighten schools, campuses, and univer...

Project Management Researc...

The Project Management Research Series comprises a number of monographs consisting of papers drawn from a breadth of research areas in project management. Each monograph in the series follows a particular research theme or a collection of papers from a particular research event or conference.The series editors are interested in receiving proposals from industry and academic researchers who are able to coordinate authors who make contributions around a particular topic of interest in pr...
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