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A searing portrait of Britain's hostile environment by the Orwell Prize-winning journalist.
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The first and only insider account exploring how the US tried - and failed - to combat the global rise of disinformation that eventually spilled into the 2016 election.
Judges are meant to interpret laws but, increasingly, they make them.
The divisive impacts of identity politics laid bare by the bestselling author of The Origins of Political Order and The End of History.
Marie Le Conte
Mischief, gossip and hearsay - how politics really works in the 21st Century...
David Runciman grapples with how character defines and limits the holders of the highest offices in the UK and America.
A landmark history of the men and women who have defined the UK's role in the modern world - and what makes them special.
Discover how philosophy can shine a light on the world's most divisive issues.
Stunning and much anticipated follow up to the acclaimed, prize-winning, Nothing is True and Everything is Possible.
The first major biography of Don Dunstan, one of the few state premiers to stride the national stage and make a lasting mark on Australian life.