The book shows how the Chinese are now confident of their capacity to learn all they need from the developed world and are keen to know which parts of the past they would need to build a modern Chinese civilization. They are very conscious of the challenges coming from the United States, and are looking for ways and means to respond to a superpower that wants to preserve its dominant position in the international status quo.
The story of how ruinous mismanagement has resulted in the economic implosion of Venezuela, the country with the largest oil reserves in the world, told by a former Caracas-based oil correspondent.
Forrest Nabors sets out to show that congressional Republicans regarded the work of Reconstruction in the same way they regarded the work of the Founders: as regime change, from monarchy in the one case and from oligarchy in the other, to republicanism.
Over the past 25 years, the transgender movement has gained protections at the state and local levels, hate crimes protections in several states, inclusion in a federal law against hate crimes and increasingly favorable policies. The Remarkable Rise of Transgender Rights explains the growth of the transgender rights movement despite its marginalized status within the current political opportunity structure.
Shows us how what we can and cannot write, say and do online is based on just one law—a law that protects inline services from lawsuits based on user content.