Netherland by Joseph O'Neill & President Barak Obama's America: A Historical Literary Examination by Heerak Christian Kim is a masterful analysis of why Obama became won the election and became the US President. Heerak Christian Kim examines socio-political environment in light of the book, Netherland, by Joseph O'Neill. This intellectual book by Heerak Christian Kim is distinctive in combining a historical examination with literary-critical examination. Those who are interested in the intersection between literature and history will find this book particularly exciting.
Law and Criminality in the Middle Ages: Academic Essays by Professor Onyoo Elizabeth Kim, JD, Ph.D., contains scholarly articles on medieval law and conceptualization of criminality in the Middle Ages that have impacted modern criminal law. Professor Kim has taught Constitutional Law and Criminal Law at Handong University Law School in South Korea and history at the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Kim researches medieval Latin manuscripts and is an original scholar who has made many important contributions to the philosophy of law and legal history.
Why I Hate Israel: A Candid Account is an important book for understanding the fuss around the relationship between Israel and Palestine. Bishop Desmund Tutu has accused Israel of being guilty of apartheid. What does this mean? Why is this relevant, today? Can Americans who care about social justice support the Jewish State of Israel? Is Israel really oppressing a people of color? This book provides some interesting insights into this debate. Read this book for yourself and formulate your thoughts on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict for yourself.
Politics & Diplomacy
Cambridge University Student Union International 2003-2004: International Students' Struggle for Representation in the United Kingdom is a very important document relating to the history of international students and their visa procedures in the United Kigndom. The kind of hurdles that international students face in the United Kingdom are similar to the hurdles that international students experience in other countries. This book is a very important historical source for understanding British history and politics soon after the turn of the century. Political realities of the time has had a profound impact on British politics that is still being felt today. Anyone with interest in British history and politics should read this book.