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book cover When Blame Backfires: Syrian Refugees and Citizen Grievances in Jordan and Lebanon
Author: Anne Marie Baylouny
The recent influx of Syrian refugees has stimulated domestic political action against the Jordanian and Lebanese governments. That is the dramatic argument at the heart of Anne Marie Baylouny's When Blame Backfires.

book cover Countering Russian Cyber Operations: At the Boundaries of Conflict
Author: Scott Jasper
Russian Cyber Operations provides a critical framework for determining whether Russian cyber campaigns and incidents rise to the level of armed conflict or operate at a lower level as a component of competition.

book cover Mao's Third Front: The Militarization of Cold War China
Author: Covell Meyskens
In Mao's Third Front, Covell Meyskens shows how the militarization of Chinese industrialization linked millions of everyday lives to the global Cold War, merging global geopolitics with local change.

book cover The Oil Wars Myth
Author: Emily Meierding
In The Oil Wars Myth, Emily Meierding argues that the costs of foreign invasion, territorial occupation, international retaliation, and damage to oil company relations deter even the most powerful countries from initiating "classic oil wars." Examining a century of interstate violence, she demonstrates that, at most, countries have engaged in mild sparring to advance their petroleum ambitions.

book cover Eternal Dawn: Turkey in the Age of Atatürk
Author: Ryan Gingeras
As a study grounded in largely untapped archival and scholarly sources, Eternal Dawn presents a definitive look inside the development and evolution of Atatürk's Turkey. Rather than presenting the country's founding and transformation as an extension of Mustafa Kemal's life and achievements, scholar Ryan Gingeras presents Turkey's early years as the culmination of a variety of social and political forces dating back to the late Ottoman Empire.