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Book Review: “Negotiating the New START Treaty” by Rose Gottemoeller

“A compelling first-hand account … provides critical perspective on negotiations with the Russians, as well as the U.S. government, particularly the U.S. Senate. … offers important context of the strategic logic behind the tussles over technical issues by various actors and stakeholders. … By explaining why Russians and Americans held different approaches to how to undertake such seemingly mundane things...

White House Correspondent for The New York Times, Peter Baker, Interviews Cambria Press Author Secretary Ray LaHood About His New Book, “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Read the article by Peter Baker, White House Correspondent for The New York Times, in which he interviews Cambria Press author Secretary Ray LaHood about his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, which he coauthored with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional Center. Learn more about Seeking Bipartisanship. ISBN: 9781604979053 · 360pp. (includes photos) · $29.95 – Buy the...

Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

Cambria Press Book Talk by Author Secretary Ray LaHood Close to 300 people turned up for Secretary Ray LaHood’s talk on his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, at Bradley University yesterday. The book, which was written with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads the Dirksen Congressional Center, is an unprecedented book detailing Secretary LaHood’s efforts to bridge the partisan divide between...

#APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

#APSA2015 Cambria Press Booth (705) at 10 a.m. on Friday: Meet Thomas Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership Meet Thomas E. Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership today at 10 a.m. at the Cambria Press booth (705) in the #APSA2015 book exhibit hall. You might be one of the lucky...

Presidential Electors and the Electoral College

Cambria Press Publication Presidential Electors and the Electoral College (Chapter Excerpts) Chapter 1: A Risk to the Republic? “The 2000 election marked the fourth time in American history that a candidate was elected president without having won the popular vote. This electoral oddity drew a wealth of national attention to the Electoral College, a system as controversial as it is...

5 Must-Read Books for the 2016 Election

The following Cambria Press publications have received outstanding reviews not only from top academic journals but also scholars and practitioners. Select quotes and excerpts from the book reviews are provided below. 1. Jockeying for the American Presidency by Lara M. Brown Quote from the book: It is about understanding how presidential aspirants turn political conditions and exogenous events to their favor in order...

Cambria Press Book Highlights: Highly Acclaimed Titles on Terrorism!

Cambria Press is proud to highlight the following highly acclaimed titles that both scholars and practitioners would find valuable for their research on terrorism. See what noted experts have to say and click on the titles for more reviews. As a special promotion, Cambria Press is offering each title for only $40 (the regular list price for each is over $100)–just use coupon code...

Cambria Press authors Dagney Faulk and Michael Hicks were ahead of the curve in calling for local government consolidation!

New and noteworthy books by Gavin Newsom and Cass Sunstein as reported in The Economist  … See also an earlier book Local Government Consolidation in the United States by Dagney Faulk and Michael Hicks! Governor Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. (Indiana) praises the book because “Dr. Faulk and Dr. Hicks have confirmed in scholarly data what common sense suggests … Dr. Faulk and...

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