This accessible legal history describes how the Second Amendment has been interpreted throughout most of American history and shows that today's gun-rights advocates have drastically departed from the long-held interpretation of the constitutional right to bear arms. 555 pp.
Brings to light the long history of spies posing as journalists in Washington. 360 pp.
Examines the implications for the quality and availability of prescription drugs for consumers that are manufactured in China. 302 pp.
Israel’s Long War With Hezbollah is both the first complete military history of the decades-long conflict between Israel and Hezbollah and an analysis of military innovation and adaptation. The book is based on unique fieldwork in Israel and Lebanon, extensive research into Hebrew and Arabic primary sources, and dozens of original interviews. 330 pp.
In a country that has spent decades viewing Russia as a villain, its opinions on the country can all sound the same. Dr. Matthew Crosston, a Russian studies expert, attempts to open the eyes and minds of his fellow Americans by offering an unbiased look at Russia's policies and politics. 409 pp.