The Politics of Genocide
(Columbia University Press, 1980)
Studies on the Holocaust: Selected Writings, vol. I & II
(East European Monographs, 2000)
Other titles by Randolph Braham include:
The Eichmann Case: A Source Book; The Hungarian Labor Service System, 1939-1945; Jews in the Communist World: A Bibliography, 1945-1960; The Educational System in Hungary; The Educational System in Romania; Eichmann and the Destruction of Hungarian Jewery and numerous others.
Titles edited by Randolph Braham include:
Contemporary Views on the Holocaust; The Nazi's Last Victims: The Holocaust in Hungary; The Tragedy of Romanian Jewery; Soviet Politics and Government: A Reader; Jewish Leadership During the Nazi Era: Patterns of Behavior in the Free World; The Treatment of the Holocaust in Textbooks: The Federal Republic of Germany, Israel, the United States of America; The Vatican and the Holocaust; The USSR After 50 Years: Promise and Reality; Genocide and Retribution: An Aspect of the Holocaust in Hungary; The Origins of the Holocaust: Christian Anti-Semetism and numerous others.
Comparative Politics: Notes and Readings
(Wadsworth Publishing, 2005)
Socialism of a Different Kind: Reshaping the Left in France
(Greenwood Press, 1982)
Introduction to Comparative Government
co-authors Michael Curtis, Martin C. Needler, Roger E. Kanet, Joseph Fewsmith, et al.
Other titles by Bernard Brown include:
The Role of Symbols in Religious Epistemology: A Study in the Religious Philosophies of Josiah Royce and Paul Tillich and Great American Political Thinkers; The American Political Systems: Notes and Readings (co-authored with John C. Wahlke); American Conservatives: The Political Thought of Francis Leiber and John W. Burgess and Protest in Paris: Anatomy of a Revolt.
Titles edited by Bernard Brown include:
Great American Political Thinkers and Eurocommunism & Eurosocialism: The Left Confronts Modernity.
The Politics of Oil: A Study of Private Power and Democratic Directions
(University of Chicago Press, 1976)
Other titles by Robert Engler include:
The Brotherhood of Oil: Energy Policy and the Public Interest.
Titles edited by Robert Engler include:
America's Energy: Reports from the Nation on 100 Years of Struggles for the Democratic Control of Our Resources.
From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa, volume 5, Nadir and Resurgence, 1964-1979 (chief author and editor) Indiana University Press, 1997
South Africa: Time Running Out (chapter on "Black Challenge") in The Report of the Study Commission on U. S. Policy toward Southern Africa (University of California Press, 1981)
South Africa's Transkei: The Politics of Domestic Colonialism (co-author with Carter & Stultz) Northwestern University Press, 1967
The Treason Trial in South Africa (Hoover Institution, 1965)
In the From Protest to Challenge series, volume 1 is Protest and Hope, 1882-1934; volume 2 is Hope and Challenge, 1935-1952; volume 3 is Challenge and Violence, 1953-1964. volume 4 is Political Profiles, 1882-1964. All published by the Hoover Institution Press. Volume 5 noted above. [Volume 6, Challenge and Victory, 1980-1990 is by my colleague, Gail Gerhart, published by Indiana University Press.]
Chapters in other books. Also articles in the American Political Science Review, Political Science Quarterly, and in other periodicals including Foreign Affairs: "Revolution in the Making: Black Politics in South Africa" (Winter 1983/84) and "South African Liberation: The Communist Factor" (Winter 1986/87).
Foreign Policy Analysis: A Comparative and Conceptual Approach
(Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1974)
International Politics: Theory and Practice
(West Group, 1996)
Power and Politics in Globalization: The Indispensable State
State Formation in Central America: The Struggle for Autonomy, Development and Democracy
Titles edited by Howard Lentner include:
Hegemony and Power: Consensus and Coercion in Contemporary Politics and Power in Contemporary Politics: Theories, Practices, Globalizations.
Essays by Howard Lentner include:
"A Realist's View of Ethics," American Foreign Policy Interests 33, July-August 2011, 153-57.
Signed encyclopedia articles by Howard Lentner include:
"Globalization," World History Encyclopedia, edited by Alfred J. Andrea and Carolyn Neel, ABC-CLIO/Greenwood, 2011, Era 9, 431-32; "Hegemony" (3: 720-21) and "Power" (4: 1330-33), The Encyclopedia of Political Science, edited by George Thomas Kurian, CQ Press, 2011.
Titles by W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe include:
The Principle of Self-Determination in International Law and The State of the United Nations, 1992 (co-authored with Albert Legault and Craig Murphy).
Titles edited by W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe include:
Pan-Africanism: New Directions in Strategy.
Argentine Workers: Peronism and Contemporary Class Consciousness
(University of Pittsburg Press, 1992)
Class, Democracy and Labor in Contemporary Argentina
(Transaction Publishers, revised 1995)
Other titles by Peter Ranis include:
Five Latin American Nations: A Comparative Study.
Titles by Benjamin Rivlin include:
The Italian Colonies and the General Assembly; The United Nations and the Italian Colonies; The Middle East and North Africa and The Contemporary Middle East: Tradition and Innovation.
Titles edited by Benjamin Rivlin include:
The Challenging Role of the UN Secretary-General: Making "The Most Impossible Job in the World" Possible (co-edited with Gordenker) and Ralph Bunche: The Man and His Times.
Political Hermeneutics: The Early Thinking of Hans-Georg Gadamer
(Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989)
Liberalism and Crime
(Lexington Books, 2000)
Titles edited by Robert R. Sullivan include:
Crime, Risk and Justice: The Politics of Crime Control in Liberal Democracies (co-edited with Kevin Stenson).
The Sino-Soviet Conflict, 1956-1961
Titles edited by Donald Zagoria include:
Soviet Policy in East Asia; Breaking the China-Taiwan Impasse; Vietnam Triangle: Moscow, Peking, Hanoi and Communist China and the Soviet Bloc.
Titles by Burton Zweibach include:
Common Life: Ambiguity, Agreement and the Structure of Morals and Civility and Disobedience.