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The Collapse of Globalism
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An incisive and compelling consideration of hte rebirth of nationalism after the demise of globalization, by a renowned economist and philosopher. Learn More

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Greed and Glory on Wall Street:
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A riveting account of ambition, greed and folly. Learn More

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Inside Central Asia
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From a critically acclaimed author a comprehensive history of the part of the world currently making headlines Learn More

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Inside Central Asia
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"A detailed and nuanced overview of the region."--Financial Times(A Best Book of the Year) Learn More

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The Merchants
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A look at the big business families of Arabia. Learn More

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The international bestseller that gives an edgy preview of the near future. Learn More

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Populuxe
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An illustrated celebration of the most iconic period of American 20th century popular design. Learn More

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Restless Continent
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The critically important, agenda-shaping examination of Asian economic, social, and political trends in Asia—an entire continent developing at a rate never seen before.

The world has never seen economic development as rapid or significant as Asia’s during recent decades. Home to 60% of the world’s population, this restless continent will soon produce more than half of the world’s economic output and consume more energy than the rest of the globe combined.

But surprisingly little hard thinking has been done about the future of Asia. Michael Wesley’s Restless Continent is the first book to examine the economic, social, political and strategic trends across the world’s largest continent, presenting a modern day roadmap for thinking about not only Asia’s future, but also how it affects the entire world.

Wesley is one of the world's leading experts on Asian and international affairs and examines the psychology of countries becoming newly rich and powerful, and explores the “corridors of blood”—the geography and politics of conflict and he makes a case for how to avert a plunge into dispute, conflict, or even war.

There is therefore no more important challenge to policymakers, academics, and the public then understanding the drivers of Asia's new geopolitics. These are the subjects of Restless Continent.


Praise for Restless Continent:

Restless Continent provides a useful—and efficient—template for getting to grips with the complexity of the interrelated issues of contemporary Asian geopolitics.” - Asian Review of Books



Michael Wesley is one of the world's leading experts on Asian and international affairs. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and The Economist. His previous book, There Goes the Neighbourhood: Australia and the Rise of Asia, won the 2011 John Button Prize. He has served as a senior intelligence official and head of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, and is currently Professor of International Affairs and Director of Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at the Australian National University.
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Return to the Little Kingdom
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Twenty-five years later, revisiting the first authorized biography of Apple and its co-founder and celebrity CEO, Steve Jobs. Learn More

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Return to the Little Kingdom
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In 1984, The Little Kingdom told the story of Apple’s first decade alongside the histories of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Now Moritz revisits his classic biography in light of what Apple has become, offering for the first time in paperback the only from the ground up account of Apple’s early years. Learn More

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