By Martin Breaugh,Dick Howard,Lazer Lederhendler
By Martin Breaugh,Dick Howard,Lazer Lederhendler
By Monica Fahmy
Anhand aktueller Beispiele und auf der foundation von Hintergrundgesprächen mit Insidern aus der Finanzwelt, der Strafverfolgung, aus den Nachrichtendiensten und der Politik sowie mit Informanten aus dem Umfeld der okay selbst, beschreibt dieses Buch das verborgene Tun osteuropäischer Unterweltbosse und italienischer Mafiosi; es zeigt, wie chinesische Triaden, lateinamerikanische Drogenkartelle und islamistische Terroristen operieren, wie sie hierzulande aktiv sind und used to be es so schwer macht, ihnen das Handwerk zu legen.
Das ebenso sachkundige wie atemberaubende Porträt einer weltweiten Bedrohung.
By Peter Joyce
By Michael VanRooyen
Twenty years in the past, the commonest reason behind demise for clinical humanitarians and different reduction employees was once site visitors injuries; this present day, it really is violent assaults. And the dying of every general practitioner, nurse, paramedic, midwife, and vaccinator is elevated untold instances within the susceptible populations disadvantaged in their care. In a 2005 document, the ICRC stumbled on that for each soldier killed within the battle within the Democratic Republic of the Congo, greater than 60 civilians died as a result of lack of immunizations and different easy healthiness services.
The World's Emergency Room: The becoming probability to medical professionals, Nurses, and Humanitarian Workers records this harmful pattern, demonstrates the pressing have to opposite it, and explores how that may be entire. Drawing on VanRooyen's own stories and people of his colleagues in overseas humanitarian medication, he's taking readers into clinics, wards, and box hospitals world wide the place clinical team of workers paintings with insufficient assets less than risky stipulations to deal with civilians imperiled through clash. VanRooyen undergirds those compelling tales with facts and historic context, emphasizing how they imperil the most important doctrine of scientific neutrality, and what to do approximately it.
By Michelle Kaminsky
By Athina Karatzogianni,Andrew Robinson
This booklet examines problems with employer in resistance hobbies, discussing subject matters together with the combination of the area method, the intersection of networks with discourses of identification, and the opportunity of social transformation.
Drawing on a few theorists together with Deleuze and Guattari, authors Athina Karatzogianni and Andrew Robinson search to reinterpret global platforms idea so one can interact with problems with energy, resistance, and clash within the modern international. Discussing modern scholarship in international politics, the authors ponder new and constructing suggestions together with: worldwide towns, bifurcations, hegemonic transitions, the connection among capitalism and the country, the location of East Asia, and energetic and reactive community activities. Their research features a very wealthy pool of empirical examples overlaying greater than fifty nations and thirty resistance teams.
Power, Resistance and clash within the modern World should be of curiosity to scholars and students trying to find a entire new theorization of the forces at paintings in worldwide politics. The e-book presents a framework which crosses the limits among diplomacy, foreign political economic climate, comparative politics, clash reports, social stream stories and significant conception, generating a research of a hugely interdisciplinary scope.
By Lawrence Swaim
By Lindsey Lupo
By Ashraf Esmail
By Monica Duffy Toft
The Geography of Ethnic Violence is the 1st between a number of exceptional books on ethnic violence to elucidate the important function of territory in explaining such clash. Monica Toft introduces and assessments a concept of ethnic violence, one who offers a compelling common clarification of not just such a lot ethnic violence, civil wars, and terrorism yet many interstate wars in addition. This realizing can foster new coverage projects with actual capability to make ethnic violence both much less most likely or much less damaging. it could possibly additionally advisor policymakers to ideas that endure.
The ebook deals a distinctively robust synthesis of comparative politics and diplomacy theories, in addition to a extraordinary mixture of statistical and old case research methodologies. by way of skillfully combining a statistical research of a big variety of ethnic conflicts with a centred comparability of ancient situations of ethnic violence and nonviolence--including 4 significant conflicts within the former Soviet Union--it achieves an extraordinary stability of normal applicability and deep insight.
Toft concludes that in basic terms by means of knowing how legitimacy and tool engage will we desire to profit why a few ethnic conflicts flip violent whereas others don't. targeted teams protecting a self-defined place of birth usually struggle to the loss of life, whereas dispersed or urbanized teams nearly by no means possibility violence to redress their grievances. essentially written and conscientiously documented, this booklet represents an enormous contribution to an ongoing debate that spans more than a few disciplines together with diplomacy, comparative politics, sociology, and history.