Terrorism Today

The new edition of this best-selling insight into terrorism today has been fully updated and revised to include what the author terms the new ‘militant Moslem international.’ Drawing directly on the words and ideas of terrorists themselves, this book is an examination of patterns, current trends and future threats in terrorism worldwide. 

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Jews and Poles, 1918-1955

In this work Dr. Chodakiewicz offers a nuanced and comprehensive history of Polish-Jewish relations from the resurrection of an independent Polish state, following the end of the First World War, to the end of orthodox Stalinism in communist-occupied Poland. An updated edition of this work is forthcoming.

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To Bear Any Burden

Unlike some oral history compilers, Santoli does not limit his book to the accounts of American combat veterans; nor does he follow the typical question-answer format. He instead provides experiences, views and thoughts of Americans, Southeast Asians, and civilians, that focus on matters beyond the chaotic insanity of combat, descriptions of which do not dominate…

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The Strategic Plan that Won the Cold War

The most authoritative report yet published about President Reagan’s strategy to accelerate the demise of the Soviet Union, this monograph focuses on National Security Decision Directive 75, prepared in early 1983, to run economic warfare against the USSR. The author served as senior director of national security planning and international economic affairs on the National…

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The Cox Report

The unanimous bipartisan result of a congressional investigation of U.S.-Chinese security interaction, The Cox Report finds that China successfully engaged in harmful espionage and obtained sensitive military technology from the United States, while financing political operations that corrupted the U.S. decision-making process. Designed for the general reader, this book is edited from the official three-volume report, with explanatory…

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The National Armed Forces

The National Armed Forces (NSZ) were a Polish right-wing nationalist underground resistance formation during the Second World War. They have often been falsely portrayed as “Polish fascists” or outright Nazi collaborators. Dr. Chodakiewicz’s painstaking research on this organization has revealed conclusions which debunk this conventional wisdom.

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The Coming Conflict with China

Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro have pooled their extensive experience observing China to produce a shocking account of what they believe will be the “the major global rivalry in the first decades of the twenty-first century, the rivalry that will force other countries to take sides.” The authors describe an inevitable conflict between an…

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“Police, Secret Police, and Civil Authority”

Chapter Six of The Rule of Law and Economic Reform in Russia edited by Jeffrey D. Sachs and Katharina Pistor at Harvard University. “Police, Secret Police, and Civil Authority” discusses the legacy of the KGB on the rule of law and economic recovery in the Russian Federation. The book is part of the John M. Olin Critical…

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