Best List of Current Affairs Books Ireland

Best Books about Current Affairs

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Without A Doubt

€15.99 €13.13

Cast Away

€14.00 €10.17

The age of the warrior

A selection of Robert Fisk's finest 'Comment' pieces from the Saturday Independent.
€18.20 €13.23

Confessions of an economic hit

As an Economic Hitman (EHM) John Perkins helped further American imperial interests in countries such as Ecuador Panama Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
€12.60 €9.16

The shock doctrine

From the bestselling author of No Logo Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism cracks open the secret history of our era to look at how from a privileged few are making millions from worldwide devastation.
€18.20 €13.23

Hopes and prospects

Hopes and Prospects is Noam Chomsky's indispensable analysis of the world at present and a roadmap for the futureIn Hopes and Prospects Noam Chomsky examines the challenges of our early twenty-first century.
€14.00 €10.17

23 things they dont tell you

Ha-Joon Chang's 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism turns received economic wisdom on its head to show you how the world really works.
€14.00 €10.17


Guardian journalist Jon Ronson's Them began as a book about different kinds of extremists but after Jon had got to know some of them - Islamic fundamentalists neo-Nazis Ku Klux Klansmen - he found that they had one oddly similar belief: that a tiny shadowy elite rule the world from a secret room.
€14.00 €10.17

The men who stare at goats

<![CDATA[In 1979 a secret unit was established by the most gifted minds within the US Army.
€14.00 €10.17

The psychopath test

What if society wasn't fundamentally rational but was motivated by insanity? This thought sets Jon Ronson on an utterly compelling adventure into the world of madness.
€12.60 €9.16

Why the West rules - for now

In the middle of the eighteenth century British entrepreneurs unleashed the astounding energies of steam and coal and the world changed forever.
€18.20 €13.23

The price of inequality

Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz explains why we are experiencing such destructively high levels of inequality - and why this is not inevitable The top 1 percent have the best houses the best educations the best doctors and the best lifestyles but there is one thing that money doesn't seem to have bought: an understanding that their fate is bound up with how the other 99 percent live.
€15.40 €11.20


Meet Blackwater USA the private army that the US government has quietly hired to operate in international war zones and on American soil.
€15.40 €11.20