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new bestselling titles in political science and international relations trump’s populist america by steven rosefielde university of north carolina at chapel hill usa in trump’s populist america author steven rosefielde argues that the policies trump fashions are not half measures but stem from an understanding of his supporters and their desire for an elected government that is attuned to the common man’s concerns the book documents the grievances ordinary middle and working class american people harbour against the establishment’s global nation policies at home and abroad and shows how trump intends to rectify matters with policies aimed at building a jeffersonian populist america in a workman-like manner if trump succeeds these policies will reverse the course of 21st century history for the middle and working class americans a battle is shaping up between populist advocates of open societies and those who are sure “father” knows best 200pp

new bestselling titles in political science international relations ganga rejuvenation governance challenges and policy options edited by ora-orn poocharoen robert james wasson xun wu lee kuan yew school of public policy nus singapore attempts over the past three decades to clean up and rejuvenate one of the world’s greatest rivers have proved futile the book explores spaces for better governance through active community participation knowledge management prospects of public-privatepartnership e-governance youth education waterfront development lessons from past failures comparative international analogies utilization of external aid and global expertise in successful implementation of a sustainable long-term plan for a river basin’s integrated development of both the economy and environment a host of activities such as improving pollution monitoring systems new development plans for tourism enhancement river dredging and sewering riparian cities are already being

modi and the world in search of a people-centric order in asia re constructing indian foreign policy edited by sinderpal singh s rajaratnam school of international studies ntu singapore by baogang he ntu singapore contrary to prior expectations narendra modi has expended a significant amount of time energy and political capital in conducting india’s engagement with the outside world since becoming prime minister in may 2014 this edited volume attempts to interrogate the extent to which indian foreign policy under modi has undergone significant change and the extent to which this manifests itself as a new doctrine in indian foreign policy the individual chapters cover key bilateral relationships the united states china australia and pakistan as well as broader regional relationships south asia and the indian ocean region and specific themes such as economic diplomacy 216pp feb 2017 978-981-3202-31-3 us$58 £48 978-981-3209-37-4pbk us$28 £23 “one of the many strengths

new bestselling titles in political science international relations changing state-society relations in contemporary china edited by wei shan east asian institute nus singapore lijun yang south china university of technology china this book attempts to provide an overview of social and political changes in chinese society since the global financial crisis rapid economic development has restructured the setup of society and empowered or weakened certain social players the chapters in this book provide an updated account of a wide range of social changes including the rise of the middle class and private entrepreneurs the declining social status of the working class as well as the resurgence of non-governmental organisations and the growing political mobilisation on the internet the authors also examine the implications of those changes for statesociety relations governance democratic prospects and potentially for the stability of the current political regime 312pp nov 2016