Mapping a New World Order
This book identifies possible factors responsible for the recent rise of many developing countries. It examines how robust these trends actually are and speculatively predicts the implications and
Geopolitics and the Clash of Ideologies
The most significant development in global politics following the end of the bi-polar Cold War era has been the rise of a multi-polar state system. This has led to the emergence of major potential

Rein Müllerson
Developments in Central Asia: India-Kyrgyzstan Relations
Co-edited by Dr. Nivedita Das Kundu, Developments in Central Asia: India-Kyrgyzstan Relations aims at enabling a better understanding of India-Kyrgyz relations as well as about the region, providing
India's Emerging Partnerships in Eurasia: Strategies of New Regionalism. By…
The discourse on the emerging partnerships between India and the Eurasian States is framed under the label of new regionalism. This discourse has tended to explore the historical linkages,
Threat from the East. How the World Will Respond to the ISIS Threat
The book you hold in your hands is Russia's first in-depth study of the ISIS phenomenon.
Global Civics. By Hakan Altinay
Responsibilities and Rights in an Interdependent World

Hakan Altinay
World on the Edge: the Coil Unwinds
Experts and political analysts of the Valdai Discussion Club are in the epicentre of the world problems. Assessments of the Club's members are followed by presidents, chancellors and prime
Global “Perestroika”. Transformations of the World Order
What is the "new normal" of the post-crisis era?
The Jewish Century. By Yuri Slezkine
This masterwork of interpretative history begins with a bold declaration: The Modern Age is the Jewish Age--and we are all, to varying degrees, Jews.
Pakistan: A Hard Country. By Anatol Lieven
This is a book about how Pakistan works.  Since its creation over sixty years ago, it has been pulled in several, irreconcilable directions and is often portrayed as a failed state in the

Anatol Lieven
America Right Or Wrong: An Anatomy of American Nationalism. By Anatol Lieven
In 2004, Anatol Lieven wrote what has become a classic study of contemporary American nationalism, its cultural and historical roots.

Anatol Lieven
Geopolitical Economy. By Radhika Desai
Geopolitical Economy radically reinterprets the historical evolution of the world order, as a multi-polar world emerges from the dust of the financial and economic crisis.

Radhika Desai