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Crisis and Migration
  2014

Hardback: Rs. 2,606.00
Exile, Murder and Madness in Siberia, 1823-61
By Gentes, Andrew Armand
  2010
Despite reports of exile proving disastrous to the region, 300,000 Russian subjects, from political dissidents to the elderly and mentally disabled, were deported to Siberia from 1823-61. Their stories of physical and...

Hardback: Rs. 6,660.00
Understanding Torture
By Parry, John T.
  2010
Torture is about dominating the victim for a variety of purposes, including public order; control of racial, ethnic, and religious minorities; and, domination for the sake of domination. This title explains that torture...

Paperback: Rs. 3,465.00
Five Years of My Life
By Kurnaz, Murat
  2009
The gripping account of an innocent man held prisoner in Afghanistan and Guantanamo for five years

Paperback: Rs. 1,260.00
Intestines of the State
By Argenti, Nicolas Pandely
  2008
The young people of the Cameroon Grassfields have been subject to a long history of violence and political marginalization. For centuries the main victims of the slave trade, they became prime targets for forced labor...

Hardback: Rs. 6,345.00
Intestines of the State
By Argenti, Nicolas Pandely
  2007
The young people of the Cameroon Grassfields have been subject to a long history of violence and political marginalization. This book deals with their response to centuries of exploitation. It focuses on the repeated...

Paperback: Rs. 2,520.00
American Political Prisoners
By Kohn, Stephen M.
  1994
An account of the personal lives of nearly 1000 long-term political prisoners arrested under sedition laws for their opposition to World War I, their trade union activities, or their political or religious beliefs. This...

Hardback: Rs. 8,640.00
Invisible Allies
By Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr
  1997
After his expulsion from Russia in 1974 for undermining the Communist regime, the author wrote a secret record, while it was still fresh in his mind, of the courageous efforts of people who hid his writings and smuggled...

Paperback: Rs. 900.00
Enemy on Trial
By Cassiday, Julie A.
  2000
Attempting to indoctrinate the public into a new society, the Bolsheviks staged "show trials" - legal trials that incorporated theatrical elements. This work examines how elements of theatre and film were incorporated...

Paperback: Rs. 2,655.00