"Those who value a quiet, reflective life will feel a burden lifting from their shoulders as they read Susan Cain's eloquent and well documented paean to introversion--and will no longer feel guilty or inferior for having made the better choice!"
--MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI, author of "Flow" and Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Management, Claremont Graduate University
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ANDRES OPPENHEIMER is the Latin American editor and foreign affairs columnist with "The Miami Herald," His syndicated column, The Oppenheimer Report, appears twice a week in "The Miami Herald "and in more than 40 U.S. and Latin American newspapers, including "La Nacion "of Argentina and "Reforma "of Mexico. He is a regular political
analyst with CNN en Espanol, and a frequent guest at PBS' Jim Lehrer News Hour. He also hosts his own television talk show in Spanish on current events, "Oppenheimer Presenta," the strip's success may be that it doesn't just comment on nerd culture, it embodies nerd culture." --"Wired," in an issue featuring "the people who have shaped the planet's past 20 years"
Eurojihad examines the scope of Islamist extremism and terrorism and the sources of radicalization in Muslim communities in Europe.
This is an essential and very readable book about an explosive topic. In a stunning and compelling argument, Sarah Chayes transforms our understanding of the ugly reality behind sustained terrorism and other threats around the globe. She writes with an authenticity born of on-the-ground, in-the-markets and at-the-headquarters experiences that are unmatched by any other American. --Admiral (ret.) Eric Olson, former commander of U.S. Special Operations Command"
The Bluebook continues to provide a systematic method by which members of the profession communicate important information to one another about the sources and legal authorities upon which they rely in their work.
A graphic novel trilogy based on the life of civil rights leader and congressman John Lewis.
Mukesh Eswaran examines how women's behavioural responses in economic situations and their bargaining power within the household differ from those of men. Eswaran then delves into the far-reaching consequences of these differences, in market and nonmarket domains. The author considers how women may be discriminated against in labour and credit markets, how their familly and market circumstances interact, and how globalization has influenced their lives.
"In this brilliant book Michael Doyle supplies a lucid history, exposition, and evaluation of the idea of non-intervention from its beginnings in natural law theorizing about doctrines of just war to recent and contemporary debates over Somalia, Rwanda, Kosovo, Ossetia, Libya, Syria, and elsewhere, as well as a thorough account of the evolving machineries of intervention since the creation of the United Nations. It is the best available work on its subject, and is likely to be widely discussed."--Ian Shapiro, Yale University
Pulitzer Prize winning biologist Edward O. Wilson imparts the wisdom of his storied career to the next generation."