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A Long Day’s Dying: Critical Moments in the Darfur Genocide


The main theme of this book is that the Khartoum regime is committing genocide in Darfur while the international community watches in silence or with mere hand-wringing.

Cyberdemocracy: Change of Democratic Paradigm in the 21st Century


Cyberdemocracy: Change of Democratic Paradigm in the 21st Century is dedicated to answer questions about our postmodern society and democracy.

End of the Jews: Radical Breaks, Remakes and What Comes Next


The Jewish people have collectively braved many turning points over the past four millennia and, in each instance, did so by making a radical break from past forms of worship, notions of self and nation.

Evoking Genocide: Scholars and Activists Describe the Works That Shaped Their Lives


Evoking Genocide compiles sixty short essays, all but two of them original to this book, written by leading scholars and activists in the field of genocide studies.

John Garang and the Vision of New Sudan


Roba Gibia shows that the power greed and inhumane behaviour of the ruling elites in the central government are the causes to the marginalization, suffering, war, deaths and destruction of the majority of the Sudanese people.

Lessons from Remand


Lessons  from Remand offers a rare perspective on the world behind the barred windows and provides a fascinating example of how academic theories can  be applied in a practical way to make of an otherwise inexplicable situation.

Sex Scandal America: Politics & The Ritual of Public Shaming


Sex Scandal America ties sex scandals to the deeper changes in sexual culture occurring during the various phases of the country’s social evolution.

Terror Bombing: The Global Urban Threat


Terror Bombing cites incidents from around the world including the devastating 9/11 attacks, while highlighting Israel’s extensive expertise in dealing with terror attacks.

Through Children’s Eyes: President Obama and the Future Generation


This book seeks to understand how children and youth made meaning of the election of Barack Obama as the first African American President of the United States.