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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.
An Alphabet of Animals gathers together in words and photographs some of the many ways in which people have looked at animals and have thought about them.
John Bowker’s poems and translations have been published in many different places. They are gathered here in a single volume for the first time.
The quest for reconciliation, however differently it is understood, is an obligation in religions that should be much better understood and employed by those who seek peace in the world.
Cyberdemocracy: Change of Democratic Paradigm in the 21st Century is dedicated to answer questions about our postmodern society and democracy.
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.
English Grammar for Chinese Speakers is the only book available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level Chinese students, teachers, interpreters, and translators interested in mastering the English language.
English Pronunciation for Chinese Speakers offers Chinese students of English as a second language, a comprehensive guide to pronunciation techniques of the English language.
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.
Foxy Lady is an investigative journalist’s account of one of history’s most intriguing footnotes: the murder of four Americans, two Australians, an Englishman, a New Zealander and a Canadian by Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge.