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- What Diplomats Do, Brian Barder
- A Diplomatic Whistleblower in the Victorian Era, G.R. Berridge
- The Demilitarization of American Diplomacy: Two cheers for striped pants, Laurence Pope
- Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States: Policies of Emigration since 1848, Alexandra Délano
- Backstabbing for Beginners: My Crash Course in International Diplomacy, Michael Soussan
- Guerrilla Diplomacy: Rethinking International Relations, Daryl Copeland
- Diplomacy: Theory and Practice, G.R. Berridge
- Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations Today, edited by James P. Muldoon Jr., Joan Fagot Aviel, Richard Reitano and Earl Sullivan
- Civilisation and its enemies - The next stage of history, Lee Harris
- The breaking of nations, Robert Cooper
- The long summer - How climate changed civilisation, Brian Fagan
- To Begin the World Anew - The Genius and Ambiguities of the American Founders, Bernard Bailyn
- A new generation draws the line - Kosovo, East Timor and the standards of the West, Noam Chomsky;
- Kosovo crossing - American ideals meet reality on the Balkan battlefields, David Fromkin
- Soft power - The means to success in world politics, Joseph S. Nye Jr.
- The wisdom of crowds - Why the many are smarter than the few, James Surowiecki
- An African Analysis of the War in Iraq, edited by Prof. Jean-Emmanuel Pondi
- The Dust of Empire, Karl E. Meyer
- Genghis Khan and the making of the modern world, Jack Weatherford
- Against All Enemies, Richard A. Clarke
- World on fire, Amy Chua
- The Journey of Man, Spancer Wells