A lawyer's personal look at the complex cruelties of immigration policy and a community's efforts to respond. 200 pp.
This book explores the roles that political narratives, media coverage and evolving communication technologies have played in precipitating, shaping and concluding or prolonging wars and revolutions over the course of US history.308 pp.
In this fresh and introspective collection of essays, Corbett examines nature in our lives with all of its ironies and contradictions by seamlessly integrating personal narratives with morsels of highly digestible science and research. 2018 Reading the West Book Awards Nonfiction Winner. 231 pp.
Introduces students to the critical role of the US intelligence community within the wider national security decision-making and political processes, defining what intelligence is and what intelligence agencies do, with an emphasis on showing how intelligence serves policymakers. 420 pp.
Seeks to refute certain misconceptions about the current European Left and its relation to Marxist and Marxist-Leninist parties that existed in the recent past, examining critically and in detail the Post-Marxist Left which represents an unqualified rejection of American capitalist values and practices. 154 pp.