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R A M I T A  N A V A I  O N 
M O D E R N  T E H R A N

“One of the world’s most exciting cities,
as revealed by one of journalism’s most
exciting women.” —Anthony Loyd,
author of My War Gone By, I Miss It So

Ramita Navai
City of Lies

R A D L E Y  B A L K O  O N  T H E
M I L I T A R I Z A T I O N  O F 
T H E  P O L I C E

New in paperback: “A detailed history
of a dangerous trend.” —Wall Street Journal

Rise of the Warrior Cop
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N E W  F R O M  E R I C  L I U

“This is vintage Liu—so lively, thoughtful,
right-thinking, and beautifully put.”
—Gish Jen, author of Typical American
and Tiger Writing

Eric Liu
A Chinaman's Chance

News and Features

  • September 7, 2014 What Stays in Vegas by Adam Tanner is reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "Mr. Tanner's engaging book is realistic; he knows that this particular genie cannot be stuffed back in the magic lamp.” [Read more]

  • September 2, 2014 Ramita Navai on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

    “The stories are beautiful, and they’re so well-detailed and nuanced.”—Jon Stewart [Read more]

  • August 29, 2014 The Thirteenth Turn reviewed in the Washington Post

    "Thoroughly engaging... riveting in its way, both gruesome and heartfelt." [Read more]

  • August 29, 2014 To the Edge of the World reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    Christian Wolmar's new book on the Trans-Siberian Railroad is reviewed [Read more]

  • August 29, 2014 Eric Liu's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal

    The author of A Chinaman's Chance writes an op-ed on being Chinese-American. [Read more]

  • August 17, 2014 Erin Meyer on CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS

    Erin Meyer discusses her new book The Culture Map and the complexities of doing business across cultures. [Read more]


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