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Small Wars, Big Data

by Eli Berman, Joseph H. Felter, and Jacob N. Shapiro, with Vestal McIntyre; read by John McLain

The way wars are fought has changed starkly over the past sixty years. International military campaigns used to play out between large armies at central fronts. Today's conflicts find major powers facing rebel insurgencies that deploy elusive methods, from improvised explosives to terrorist attacks. Small Wars, Big Data presents a transformative understanding of these contemporary confrontations and how they should be fought. Learn More
To Dare More Boldly

by John C. Hulsman; read by Matthew Waterson

To Dare More Boldly creatively explains why political risk analysis is vital for business and political leaders alike, and authoritatively establishes the analytical rules of thumb that practitioners need to do it effectively. Learn More
We're Doomed. Now What?

by Roy Scranton; read by Kevin T. Collins

We're Doomed, Now What? addresses the crisis that is our time through a series of brilliant, moving, and original essays on climate change, war, literature, and loss, from one of the most provocative and iconoclastic minds of his generation. Learn More
The Age of Walls

by Tim Marshall; read by Nigel Patterson

Tim Marshall, the New York Times bestselling author of Prisoners of Geography, analyzes the most urgent and tenacious topics in global politics and international relations by examining the borders, walls, and boundaries that divide countries and their populations. Learn More
Silicon States

by Lucie Greene; read by Esther Wane

If you've been watching the news of late, you've noticed a subtle shift in the world order. Our political landscape remains bitterly divided, while a new administration seeks to obliterate wide swaths of the government. In an era where civic trust is quickly eroding away, it's easy to imagine this gap being filled by the large, international businesses many consumers have come to trust, as they begin to encroach upon all aspects of our lives. Learn More
The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States

by Jeffrey Lewis; read by Neil Hellegers

The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States posits that there was a nuclear attack against the U.S. on March 21, 2020 by North Korea, and that a national bipartisan commission was created to investigate what and how it happened. Learn More
The Oath and the Office

by Corey Brettschneider; read by Mike Chamberlain

An essential guide to the presidential powers and limits of the Constitution, for anyone voting—or running—for our highest office. Learn More
Resistance

by Jeff Biggers; read by Johnny Heller

Across cities, towns, and campuses, Americans are grappling with overwhelming challenges and the daily fallout from the most authoritarian White House policies in recent memory. Learn More
Fiber

by Susan Crawford; read by Coleen Marlo

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In a fascinating account combining policy expertise with compelling on-the-ground reporting, Susan Crawford reveals how the giant corporations that control cable and internet access in the United States use their tremendous lobbying power to tilt the playing field against competition, holding back the infrastructure improvements necessary for the country to move forward. Learn More
51 Imperfect Solutions

by Jeffrey S. Sutton; Read by David Drummond

If there is a central conviction of this book, it's that an underappreciation of state constitutional law has hurt state and federal law and has undermined the appropriate balance between state and federal courts in protecting individual liberty. In trying to correct this imbalance, the book also offers several ideas for reform. Learn More
Taxing Wars

by Sarah Kreps; read by Lisa Flanagan

Taxing Wars suggests that the burden in blood is just one side of the coin. The way Americans bear the burden in treasure has also changed, and these changes have both eroded accountability and contributed to the phenomenon of perpetual war. Learn More
The Wealth of a Nation

by C. Donald Johnson; read by David Stifel

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Ambassador C. Donald Johnson's The Wealth of a Nation is an authoritative history of the politics of trade in America from the Revolution to the Trump era. Learn More
Trade Battles

by Tamara Kay & R.L. Evans; read by Pam Ward

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A timely contribution, Trade Battles seeks to understand the role of civil society in shaping state policy. Learn More
Necessary Evil

by David Kinley

Necessary Evil shows how finance can shed its conceit, return to its role as the economy's servant not its master, and regain the public trust and credibility it has so spectacularly lost over the past decade—all by helping human rights, not harming them. Learn More
Trading with the Enemy

by Hugo Meijer; read by Liam Gerrard

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Trading with the Enemy is the first monograph on this dimension of the US-China relationship in the post-Cold War. Learn More
The U.S. Constitution

by David J. Bodenhamer; read by Walter Dixon

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Today we face serious challenges to the nation's constitutional legacy. Endless wars, a sharply divided electorate, economic inequality, and immigration, along with a host of other issues, have placed demands on government and on society that test our constitutional values. Understanding how the Constitution has evolved will help us adapt its principles to the challenges of our age. Learn More
China in the 21st Century

by Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom; read by Joe Barrett

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Concise and insightful, China in the 21st Century provides an excellent introduction to this significant global power. Learn More
Overlooking the Border

By Dana Hercbergs; read by Christina Delaine

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Overlooking the Border: Narratives of Divided Jerusalem by Dana Hercbergs continues the dialogue surrounding the social history of Jerusalem. Learn More
The New Order

by Karen E. Bender; read by Tavia Gilbert

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The National Book Award finalist for Refund returns with a new collection of stories that boldly examines the changes in American culture over the last two years through the increasing presence of violence, bigotry, sexual harassment, and the emotional costs of living under constant threat. Learn More
The Sit Room

by David Scheffer; read by Joe Barrett

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The Sit Room brings you inside the secretive Situation Room of the White House, the most important deliberative room in the world, during the early 1990s when the author was one of the policymakers who framed the Clinton Administration's policy towards the bloody Balkans War. Learn More
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