Winner of Polemic of the Year at the Paddy Power Political Book Awards 2015
By Geoffrey Robertson QC
Published on 11 August 2015
At the centenary of the deaths of over a million Armenian people, renowned human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson seeks to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the horrific events in the Ottoman Empire in 1915 constitute the crime against humanity that is today known as genocide. This paperback edition includes a new chapter deploring the hypocrisy of Britain and the United States, who refuse to recognise the genocide, rather than risk alienating their NATO ally.
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Two fascinating insights into the workings of our economic system, just £35 when bought together.
by John Plender
Hardback RRP: £20 Politicos Price: £15.99
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A critical exploration of money, morality and markets by the renowned Financial Times journalist.
"John Plender is one of capitalism's more thoughtful observers. His erudition and lifelong curiosity come together beautifully in this wise and wide-ranging book." – Stephanie Flanders
Click here to read John Plender's blog entry on debt in the capitalist system and what it means for Greece and the eurozone.
by Ivan Fallon
Black Horse Ride tells the inside story of what really occurred in the aftermath of the crash of Lehman Brothers, perhaps the worst single day in banking history.
"Riveting … Black Horse Ride gallops away, is faster paced than most thrillers, and should be read by everyone remotely interested in what happened to British banking over the past few decades." – Independent on Sunday
by Paul Flynn
with a foreword by Speaker John Bercow
Voted top choice summer read by MPs in a survey conducted by Blackwells!
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