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<What Policing in Iraq Reveals About the Failed U.S. Reconstruction Efforts

What Policing in Iraq Reveals About the Failed U.S. Reconstruction Efforts

By Jesse Wozniak, author of Policing Iraq: Legitimacy, Democracy, and Empire in a Developing State During my first research trip to the Lead Police Training Academy on the outskirts of Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, …

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<Virtual Q&A with Giancarlo Casale, Editor and Translator of <i>Prisoner of the Infidels</i>

Virtual Q&A with Giancarlo Casale, Editor and Translator of Prisoner of the Infidels

A pioneering work of Ottoman Turkish literature, Prisoner of the Infidels brings the seventeenth-century memoir of Osman Agha of Timişoara—slave, adventurer, and diplomat—into English for the first time. The sweeping story of Osman’s life …

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<The Intimate Lives of 17th-Century Women, Seen through the Eyes of a Muslim Slave

The Intimate Lives of 17th-Century Women, Seen through the Eyes of a Muslim Slave

By Giancarlo Casale, editor and translator of Prisoner of the Infidels: The Memoir of an Ottoman Muslim in Seventeenth-Century Europe Before the dawn of our narcissistic modern age, detailed accounts of intimate …

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