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In the exploration of "Fault Lines in the Faith: How Events of 1979 Shaped the Islamic World," Hasnain scrutinizes the geopolitical dynamics that led to the emergence and expansion of Shia influence, unraveling the intricate web of regional power shifts and sectarian tensions in the 1980s and beyond.
"Of Spins, Sixes, and Surprises" emerges as a scripture for cricket enthusiasts. Biswas and Banerjea meticulously unfold decades of defining moments, from the introduction of Ranji Singh to iconic matches like the 1993 India vs. England Test in Chepauk.
"The Assamese" by Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty promises an in-depth exploration of one of India's oldest and most distinctive communities.
"Beijing Rules" by Allen explores China's tactics to exploit Western vulnerabilities, such as linking market access to political compliance, deploying punitive tariffs, conducting disinformation campaigns, using private firms for global surveillance, and using vaccines as geopolitical bargaining chips.
"American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer," co-authored by Kai Bird and the late Martin Sherwin, debuted in 2005.
Lok Raj Baral's "Nepal: From Monarchy to Republic" delves into the nation's transition from monarchy to republic in 2008, following a decade-long civil war and popular uprising.