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All in the Family

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John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles in New York, 1948.
All in the Family
The Dulleses, the Bundys, and the End of the Establishment
By Joseph S. Nye Jr.
A Fragmented Continent: Latin America and the Global Politics of Climate Change; American Crossings: Border Politics in the Western Hemisphere
Taken together, these two books help reveal a paradox of Latin America: although its governments disagree sharply on many things, the region enjoys low levels of interstate violence.
By Richard Feinberg
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In this illuminating memoir about his life in Washington, DC, John Yochelson reflects on the current generation’s dedication to their country and considers the rewards, limitations, and uncertain future of public service.

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The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks
Some thinkers see history as constant or cyclical; others see it as evolutionary or directional. Ramo is in the latter camp, and his bold new book is an attempt to sketch the contours of the new “age of networks” he sees emerging.
By Gideon Rose
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 Global Transformation of Time, 1870–1950
As Ogle notes in this fascinating account of the establishment of “global time,” an interconnected world required standard measures of time and space. Capitalism and a global economy demanded that large numbers of people organize and synchronize the prosaic stuff of a modern industrial life—production cycles, work schedules, delivery dates—across great distances. 
By G. John Ikenberry
The Sunni Tragedy in the Middle East: Northern Lebanon From al-Qaeda to ISIS
Rougier masterfully guides readers deep into the complex terrain of northern Lebanese politics. He argues that the convoluted politics of the Sunni-dominated northern part of the country and its capital city, Tripoli, serve as a paradigm for the plight of Sunnis throughout the Levant.
By John Waterbury
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has shocked the world. We’ve covered the story from the start, and are delighted to present the first comprehensive analysis of it anywhere.

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