New International Studies books
- Case studies on preventive diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific
- Law as refuge of anarchy : societies without hegemony or state
- Dissimilar coffee frontiers : mobilizing labor and land in the Lake Kivu Region, Congo and Rwanda (1918-1960/62)
- Shadows across the golden land : Myanmar's opening, foreign influence and investment
- Nine-tenths of the law : enduring dispossession in Indonesia
- Anarchists Against the Wall : direct action and solidarity with the Palestinian popular struggle
- Turkey and China : political, economic, and strategic aspects of the relationship
- The China incident : igniting the second Sino-Japanese war
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Using this guide
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Specialized research guides
Below are specialized research guides for each of the international studies concentrations. You will find research information and resources specific to each concentration: