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China's first literary dissident's Kafkaesque journey through the prisons of the Cultural Revolution.
Kashmir: The Case for Freedom
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Leading international voices condemn the brutalities of the Kashmir occupation.
The End of the Revolution
A compelling examination of the future of Chinese modernity by the leading member of China’s “New Left.”
A personal and political journey to the heart of the Turkey-Armenia conflict, by Turkey’s most famous female journalist.
The Struggle for Tibet
Two leading thinkers argue against the Chinese occupation and the theocracy of Tibet.
Adam Smith in Beijing
Acclaimed exploration of China’s emergence as the most dynamic center of current economic expansion.
Illuminating account of the turbulent history of twentieth-century Indonesia.
Down with Colonialism!
Ho Chi Minh
Walden Bello on Ho Chi Minh’s inspirational anti-imperialism.
McCormack traces Japan's institutional, political and military transformation through a history of its subservience to Washington Consensus policies.
A powerful argument for Chechen self-determination, and a definitive history of the region.
On Practice and Contradiction
The writings that underpinned the Chinese revolution, introduced by Slavoj Žižek.
Drawing on a vast range of original documents and interviews,
exposes one of the great state secrets of the twentieth century.
An explosive account, dispelling the myths and inventions of Hindu nationalism.
One China, Many Paths
Chinese thinkers debate the future of their society and its place in the world.
The Myth of the Holy Cow
D. N. Jha
A book the government of India demands be ritually burned.
Late Victorian Holocausts
“Eloquent and passionate, this is a veritable Black Book of liberal capitalism.”—Tariq Ali