Books by Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd

    Horn, Sahel and Rift

    By Stig Jarle Hansen

    Hardback £21.21

    Profiles the range of Islamist groups in Africa, which are on the rise today, and considers their growing links--examining whether their reach may extend beyond their continents

    Seychelles Since 1770

    By Deryck Scarr

    Paperback £13.70

    A comprehensive history of the Seychelles, this volume traces its periods of colonisation by France and Britain, the immobile years of the twentieth century, the granting of independence in 1976, and the social changes precipitated by tourism in the late-1990s.

    The Taliban Reader: War, Islam and Politics

    Paperback £21.21

    A comprehensive sourcebook for scholars and students of Islamist political movements

    Pakistan's Nuclear Bomb

    By Hassan Abbas

    Hardback £21.21

    An important book on a sensitive subject: the opacity of Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme.

    Taliban Narratives

    By Thomas Johnson

    Paperback £24.96

    Shines a light on the Taliban's propaganda arm and its impact on the course of the war in Afghanistan.

    Why Europe Intervenes in Africa

    By Catherine Gegout

    Hardback £28.71

    Gegout's book offers a sharp rebuke to those who believe that altruism is the guiding principle of Western intervention in Africa.

    Tribes and Politics in Yemen

    By Marieke Brandt

    Hardback Save £5.04 = £24.96

    This is the first rigorous history of the long-running Houthi rebellion and its impact on Yemen, now the victim of multi-national interventions as outside powers seek to determine the course of its ongoing civil war.

    Ochre and Rust: Artefacts and Encounters on Australian Frontiers

    By Philip Jones

    Paperback £21.21

    offers a fresh perspective on frontier relations between Australian Aboriginal people and European colonists.

    Struggle for Catalonia

    By Raphael Minder

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £14.45

    Analyses with rare impartiality what sets the Catalans apart from Spain, and how the separatist debate is playing out.

    My Enemy's Enemy

    By Avinash Paliwal

    Hardback Save £6.29 = £28.71

    A definitive account, grounded in history, of the strategic axis between New Delhi and Kabul.

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