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    The gripping tale of Adam White's journey to uncover the truth behind the murder of the British Ambassador. A must-have for thriller fans.

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    Andrew Palmer here provides the historical background to the new piracy.

    £22.50

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    The turbulent story of the radical Left in the eloquent words of one of its foremost leaders.

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    On 11 September 1973, President Salvador Allende of Chile, Latin America’s first democratically elected Marxist president, was deposed in a violent coup d’état. Why Allende seemed such a threat in the political and economic context of the time and how the coup was engineered is the story Oscar Guardiola-Rivera tells.

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    This is a political biography of one of the 20th century’s most emblematic left-wing figures - Salvador Allende, who was president of Chile until he was ousted by General Pinochet in a US-supported coup in 1973.

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    On the evening of 9th June 1956 in an apartment in Buenos Aires, a dozen men were arrested on suspicion of plotting against the Argentine government. A few hours later, the local police chief received the order to execute them. Almost all were innocent.

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    In this riveting Cold War history, highly acclaimed author Brian Latell offers us a new and surprising look at Fidel Castro. Latell draws his narrative on personal interviews with high level defectors from Cuba's intelligence, many of whom have not spoken out for over nearly five decades.

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    Simon Bolivar's life makes for one of history's most dramatic canvases, a colossal narrative filled with adventure and disaster, victory and defeat. This is the story not just of an extraordinary man but of the liberation of a continent.

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    Updated since Chávez's death in March 2013, Comandante is the definitive account of Chávez's presidency, an authoritative chronicle of one of history's greatest leaders and his legacy.

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    By combining statistical tests with extensive field research across Latin America, this book examines the effect of financial globalization on economic policymaking. Kaplan argues that a country's structural composition of international borrowing and its individual technocratic understanding of past economic crises combine to produce dramatically different outcomes in national policy choices.

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    This book analyzes Chile's political economy over the last 30 years and the country's attempt to build a market society in a highly inegalitarian society

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    A rail odyssey through Cuba in the last days of the Castros. It is an island more than a thousand kilometres long and was the sixth in the world (before its colonial master Spain) to have a nationa...

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    'A family memoir that deserves classic status' Boyd Tonkin, Independent

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    The Triumph of Politics offers a comparative and historical interpretation of Venezuela's Chavez, Bolivia's Morales and Ecuador's Correa - South America's most prominent ‘21st century socialists'. It argues that the claims of these 21st century socialists should be taken seriously even though not necessarily at face value.

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    An accessible biography that concentrates on the man rather than the icon.

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    FIDEL AND CHE: A REVOLUTIONARY FRIENDSHIP is the story of the peasant`s son, scholar, and rebel - Fidel Castro, and his fateful meeting with the itinerant doctor Ernesto (Che) Guevara

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    In 1964 Ryszard Kapuscinski was appointed by the Polish Press Agency as its only foreign correspondent, and for the next ten years he was ‘responsible’ for fifty countries. He befriende...

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