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One of the UK's stars in political journalism asks why we lost faith in politicians - and how we can fix our system of government.
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Updated edition of the compelling appraisal of one of the most controversial figures in Irish politics.
A groundbreaking examination of identity, secrecy, and the relationship between the individual, the state, and technology.
A powerful argument for new laws and policies regarding cyber-security, from the former US Secretary of Homeland Security.
'Helen Clark has reshaped our views on women and politics and the right of women to take up the mantle of political leadership.' PROFESSOR JENNIFER CURTIN, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND
Devastatingly funny political satire, for fans of Private Eye and Have I Got News For You?
The sweeping, revelatory history of post-Soviet Russia from the great dissident exile.
Updated edition: an illuminating portrait of France's youngest ever President and what his victory means for Europe and the world.
Behind the boring image, the world's accountants are running the world for their own benefit.
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All political systems come to an end, even democracies - David Runciman shows us how to recognise the signs and how to think about what might come next.