Soulmates: Resurrecting Eve

In this book, Dr. Pilon argues for a return to an egalitarian view of men and women, found in the original Genesis narrative, as reflected through Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. 

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Leading the Way

“Santoli traveled to military bases and headquarters around the country interviewing career personnel who served during the troubled Vietnam years and the postwar period when morale plummeted in all branches of the service.”

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Full Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy

Full Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy offers a solution to one of the greatest weaknesses in US foreign policy that has exacerbated the unprecedented anti-Americanism of recent years–the US government’s inability to conduct the “full spectrum” of diplomatic arts and integrate them with the other arts of statecraft at the level of grand strategy.

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Hearts of Gold or a Golden Harvest?

Hearts of Gold or a Golden Harvest? rejects the pop-cultural-cum-post-modernist image of a Polish Christian benefiting from the Holocaust and, instead, recognizes a variety of nuanced attitudes of the gentiles toward the great Jewish tragedy. 

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Malign Neglect

The Menges Hemispheric Security Project of the Center for Security Policy Presents the Proceedings of the Second Annual Capitol Hill National Security Briefing on Latin America, focused on current challenges to democracy, human rights and regional stability in the context of threats to U.S. national security. 

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Expropriated Memory

Zagrabiona Pamiec. Wojna w Hiszpanii 1936-1939 (Expropriated Memory: The War in Spain, 1936-1939), addresses the issue of historical memory and propaganda regarding the conflict. Prof. Chodakiewicz focuses on factual and ideological distortions produced by the Communist spinmeisters persisting into contemporary times.

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Islamic Gunpowder Empires: Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals

Islamic Gunpowder Empires provides readers with a history of Islamic civilization in the early modern world through a comparative examination of Islam’s three greatest empires – the Ottomans (centered in what is now Turkey), the Safavids (in modern Iran), and the Mughals (ruling the Indian subcontinent).

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