What happens when a vast multinational mining company operates a gas plant situated close to four densely populated villages in rural Bangladesh? How does its presence contribute to local processes of development "? And what do corporate claims of community engagement " involve?
Twenty-first century Latin America is rich in history, culture, and political and social experimentation. In this fascinating and insightful analysis, Gardini looks at contemporary developments at three interconnected levels: the state, the region, and the international position of Latin America.... More Info
Drawing on his experience as a central leader of the Cuban Revolution, Guevara explains why the revolutionary transformation of social relations necessarily involves the transformation of the working people organizing and leading that process. "To build communism it is necessary, simultaneous with... More Info
The key to understanding the calamitous Afghan war is the complex, ultimately failed relationship between the powerful, duplicitous Karzai family and the United States, brilliantly portrayed here by the former" "Kabul bureau chief for "The""Washington Post." The United States went to Afghanistan on... More Info