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What Caused Capitalism?

 
What Caused Capitalism?
Assessing the Roles of the West and the Rest
 
By Jeremy Adelman
 
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The Saudi Kingdom: Between the Jihadi Hammer and the Iranian Anvil
 
In this forcefully argued book, Shihabi portrays the monarchy’s potential downfall as an unmitigated disaster that would lead to the collapse of the smaller Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states and that would create a void that could be filled only by jihadists or Iran. 
 
By John Waterbury
 
 
 
 
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The Most Wanted Man in China: My Journey From Scientist to Enemy of the State
 
Fang’s memoir is a bildungsroman of dissent, a story of the political education of a Chinese scientist: his youth as a loyal Communist in the early 1950s, his gradual disillusionment with the revolutionary state, his efforts to reform it, and finally his expulsion from China in 1990, after which he taught astrophysics at the University of Arizona until his death in 2012. 
 
By Timothy Cheek
 
 
 
Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization
 
Milanovic, a former World Bank official and an authority on global inequality, discusses the recent rise of inequality within the United States and other countries, which he attributes to technological advancement and globalization.
 
By Richard N. Cooper
 
 
 
The Winter Fortress: The Epic Mission to Sabotage Hitler’s Atomic Bomb
 
This book tells the story of the anti-Nazi operatives who sabotaged Germany's nuclear weapons program in Norway.
 
By Lawrence D. Freedman
 
 
 
Nicaragua and the Politics of Utopia: Development and Culture in the Modern State; Faith and Joy: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Priest
 
In his highly original book, Chávez seeks the literary and philosophical roots of three very different Nicaraguan regimes: the modernizing, authoritarian Somoza dictatorship (1937–79), the agrarian-socialist Sandinista revolution (1979–90), and the neoliberal capitalism of the post-Sandinista era (1990–2006). Cardenal, meanwhile, explains that his support for the 1979 revolution against Somoza was rooted in his conviction that abject poverty had resulted from repression and injustice (and not from low labor productivity or incompetent governance).
 
By Richard Feinberg
 
 
 
 
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What to Read on Chinese Politics
 
An annotated Foreign Affairs syllabus on Chinese politics.
 
By Minxin Pei
 
 
 
 
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