July 09, 2020

Rare Books of India: FORGOTTEN BOOKS FROM THE PAST

1870 Pages 81 (2.71 M.B)


1878, 703 Pages (34.5 MB File)


1851 - 254 Pages (8.12 MB File)


By James Edward Tierney Aitchison, M.D. 1869 - 212 Pages (3.56 MB File)


Compiled by: C. U. Aitchison B.C.S., 1892, 594 Pages (21.3 M.B. File)


By Edward Thornton Esq, 1844 - 441 Page (22.7 MB File)


Compiled By: A. W. Hughes, F.R.G.S., F.S.S., 1876 Pages 980 (30.0 MB File)


By Henry Lushington, 311 Pages (12.6 MB File)


By Charles Macfarlani, 1881 - 708 Pages (29.2 MB File)


Volume IV 1802-1914, 637 Pages (15.9 M.B. File)


By William Erskine, ESQ., 1854 - 634 Pages (22.7 MB File)


By Alexander Cunningham C.S.I., 1875 - 307 Pages (15.5 MB File)


By Cyril Ransoome, M.A., 1890 - 511 Pages (25.3 MB File)


By Robert N. Cust, 1878 - 208 Pages (8.78 MB File)


Edward E. Oliver, 1890 - 372 Pages (16.6 MB File)


1879 - 79 Pages (3.48 MB File)


By Colonel G. B. Malleson, C.S.I. 1875 - 442 Pages (15.2 MB File)


By J. W. McCrindle, M.A., M.R.A.S., 1885 - 392 Pages (9.49 MB File)


895 Pages (44.7 MB File)


844 Pages (40.6 MB File)


870 Pages (62.6 MB File)


912 Pages (37.8 MB File)


684 Pages (24.5 MB File)


876 Pages (31.0 MB File)


593 Pages (41.2 MB File)


689 Pages (18.5 MB File)


By J. Burgess, F.R.G.S., M.R.A.S., 1874 - 357 Pages (18.3 MB File)


By Edward B. Eastwick, F.R.S., F.S.A., 1857 - 445 Pages (15.1 MB File)


By Archibald Forbes, G.A. Henty, Major Arthur Griffiths, 1897 - 779 Pages, (46.1 MB File)


1852 - 722 Pages (53.3 MB File)


By Sir William Wilson Hunter, K.C.S.I., 508 Pages (9.16 MB File)


By John Malcolm Ludlow - 1858 397 Pages (15.7 MB File)


By Harriet Martineau - 1857 - 376 pages (9.47 MB File)


By Sir Alexander Burnes C.B., 1842 - 436 Pages (14.6 MB File)


By J. F. Blumhardt - 1893 - 228 Pages (9.24 MB)


By: J. A. Baines. F.S.S., 1882 - 299 Pages (34.1 MB)


By R. Burn I.C.S. 1902 - 312 Pages (31.6 MB)


By John Charles Burgoyne, ESQ - 1859, 93 Pages (1.94 MB File)


By Captain Rathborne, Collector of Scinde, 1854 - 96 Pages (4.46 MB File)


Presented to both Houses of Parliament, 1843 - 564 Pages (68.5 MB File)


By: Alexender Innes Shand. 356 Pages (10.3 MB File)


By John Brunton - 1863 - 67 pages (2.05 MB File)


By Edward George Henry Montagu Sandwich - 1879, 201 Pages (3.52 MB File)


By Benjamin Vincent - 1868, 869 Pages (66.5 MB File)


By W. M. Torrens, M.P. 1872 - 430 Pages (20.3 MB Files)


By Samuel Phillips, B.A. - 1871, 333 Pages (8.74 MB File)


By Samuel Phillips, B.A. - 1871, 316 Pages (7.21 MB File)


By N. C. Majumdar M.A., - 1934 - 285 Pages (24.9 MB File)


By Richard F. Burton, 1852 - 128 Pages (1.9 MB File)


Bombay 1896. 633 Pages (56.4 M.B. Files)


478 Pages, (36.5 MB File)


739 Pages,  (60.3 MB File)


445 Pages,  (38.1 MB File)


1901 632 Pages,  (53.4 MB File)


Pages 304 (22.8 MB File)


Pages 396,  (39.1 MB File)


By Henry Morris - 1908 - 256 Pages (3.31 MB File)


By Captain R. H. Raymond Smythies, - 1894 - 774 Pages (14.0 MB File)


Complied from the Jagir and other Records - 1886 - 511 Pages (24.2 MB File)


Complied from the Jagir and other Records - 1888 - 390 Pages (15.5 MB File)


By Rev. Sir George W. Cox, Bart., M.A., 1884 - 318 Pages (13.0 MB File)


Colonel G. B. Malleson C.S.I, - 1880 - 563 Pages (13.2 MB File)


By Great Britain - 1874 - 246 Pages (7.78 MB File)


By Colonel J. W. Watson, Political Agent Kathiawar - 1856, 131 Pages (11.4 MB File)


By A. V. Williams Jackson, Ph.D., LL.D - 1907 - 414 Pages (9.26 MB File)


Translated by John Briggs, M.R.A.S. - 1829 - 687 Pages (25.1 MB File)


By: John Wilson D.D. R.R.S., - 1855 - 461 Pages (11.7 MB File)


By John William Kaye - 1851 - 666 Pages (224. MB File)


By Rev. George Trevor, M.A. - 1799 - 353 Pages (8.59 MB File File)


By W. P. Andrew, - 1878 - 427 Pages (13.3 MB File)


By Sir Richard Temple Bart - 1880 - 542 Pages ( 25.0 MB )


By Sir John Strachey G.C.S.I., 1888- 411 Pages (10.6 MB File)


By Sir Edwin Arnold, M.A., C.S.I., 1886 -94 Pages (10.2 MB File)


By John Wilson, D.D., F.R.S., 1877 - 700 Pages (25.8 MB File)


1866 - 156 Pages (6.90 MB File)


By Major-Gen Sir F. J. Goldsmith C.B. K.C.S.I. 1881 - 459 Pages (13.7 MB File)


By Louis Blanc, 1866 - 355 Pages (9.86 MB File)


By William Napier Bruce, 1885 - 439 Pages (10.2 MB File)


By H. A. Bruce, 1864 - 581 Pages (28.0 MB File)


By Sir Herbert B Edwards & Herman Merivale, 1892 - 406 Pages (9.20 MB File)


By Reginald Bosworth Smith - 1901 - 576 pages (16.2 MB File)


Edited by R. Hughes Thomas - 421 Pages (16.0 MB File)


Edited by R. Hughes Thomas - 390 Pages (16.3 MB File)


By James Rennell, F.R.S. 1788 - 495 Pages (32.3 MB File)


By J. H. Stocqueler, ESQ., 1854 - 497 Pages (19.5 MB File)


By Henry St. George Tucker, Sir John William Kaye - 1853 - 523  pages (19.0 MB File)


J. D. Rees, 1891 - 421 Pages (19.0 MB File)


By: J. G. Covernton M.A. 1906 - 119 Pages (5.98 MB)


By Thomas Watters M.R.A.S., 1905 - 363 Pages (8.59 MB File)


By: Henry T. Prinsep. 1834 - 256 Pages (10.19 MB File)


By Rev. J. S. Banks, 1880 - 291 Pages (8.18 MB File)


By Colonel William H. Dennie, C.B., 1843 - 229 Pages (6.99 MB File)


By: T. Postans M.R.A.S. 1843 - 410 Pages ( 10.1 MB )


By Major William Hough - 1853 - 742 Pages ( 14.1 MB )


1857,  552 Pages (33.8 MB File)


1863,  545 Pages (27.3 MB File)


1864, 297 Pages  (14.8 MB File)


By Major A. M. Brandreth R.E., 1880 - 474 Pages (13.2 MB File)


By John Bourne ESQ  1856 - 63 Pages (3.32 MB)


1856 - 343 Pages (16.7 MB File)


1856 - 289 Pages (26.3 MB File)


119 Pages (8.89 MB File)


By J. Martin Bladen Neill, 1845 - 379 Pages (8.18 MB File)


By Richard Napier, 1847 - 146 Pages (7.73 MB File)


By General Sir Orfeur Cavenagh, 1884 - 384 Pages (10.3 MB File)


By Zeta, 1884 - 85 Pages (2.92 MB File)


By W. P Andrew, 1856 - 48 Pages (1.2 MB File)


By Eastern Archipelago Company - 1856 - 56 Pages (2.34 MB File)


1874 - 390 Pages (15.1 MB)


By James Cowles Pichard, M.D., F.R.S., M.R.I.A. - 1844 - 654 Pages (26.8 MB File)


By Peter Auber, M.R.A.S., 1837 - 733 Pages (16.5 MB File)


By Francis Hitchman - 1887 - 495 Pages (7.31 MB File)


By The Dept. of the Quarter Master General Bombay Army, 1846 - 167 Pages  (11.8 MB File)


By Dayaram Gidumal 1903 - 500 Pages (23.8 MB File)


By J. H. W. Hall, 1848 - 390 Pages (11.5 MB File)


By W. P. Andrew - 1869 - 193 Pages (4.19 MB File)


By Richard F. Burton. 1877, Pages 351. (7.74 MB File)


Edited by Charles Stuart Parker, 1899 - 671 Pages (29.3 MB File)


By Mrs. Colin Mackenzie, 1857 - 298 Pages (16.6 MB File)


By J. Sutherland, 1837 - 195 Pages (11.2 MB File)


By Charles Rathborne Low, 1880 - 369 Pages (18.8 MB File)


By General Charles Hervey, C.B., 1892 - 558 Pages (12.1 MB File)


By: C. R. Lepsius, D. PH 7 D.D. - 1863 - 317 Pages (7.95 MB)


1851,  254 Pages (8.12 M. B. File)


By Sir John William Kaye - 1853 - 731 pages (27.7 MB File)


By Henry Cousens - 1929 - 402 Pages (18.4 MB File)


July to December 1845 - 762 Pages (41.7 MB File)


By Walter Hamilton, 1828 - 769 Pages (61.3 MB File)


By Romesh Dutt, C.I.E., 1908 - 646 Pages (15.6 MB File)


By Government Agency, 1869 - 59 Pages (3.22 MB File)


By Hugh Cleghorn, M.D., F.L.S., 1861 - 456 Pages (13.6 MB File)


By George Smith, LL.D., F.R.G.S., 1882 - 625 Pages (21.1 MB File)


183 Pages (9.96 MB File)


By Jules Verne, 1881 - 601 Pages (31 MB File)


By Horace Hayman Wilson M.A., F.R.S., 448 Pages (17.6 MB File)


By Edward Thornton, ESQ , 1843 - 594 Pages (15.2 MB File)


1855 - 422 Pages (13.2 MB File)


By Sir John Malcolm, G.C.B., K.L.S., 595 Pages (27.5 MB File)


W. W. Hunter C.S.I., C.I.E., L.L.D., 1881,  541 Pages (17.4 MB File)


W. W. Hunter C.S.I., C.I.E., L.L.D., 1885, 479 Pages (30.9 MB File)


By W. W. Hunter, C.S.I., C.I.E., LL.D., 1887 - 560 Pages (18.4 MB File)


By: Major General Malcolm Robert Haig M.R.A.S. - 1894 - 153 Pages (3.94 MB)


By M. Betham Edwards, 1866 - 538 Pages (24.4 MB File)


By J. W. Crindle, M.A., M.R.A.S., F.R.S.G.S., 1896 - 468 Pages (9.38 MB File)


By Robert Burton Buckley C.S.I., 1905 - 416 Pages ( 25.0 MB )


By captain Sir Richard F. Burton, 1898 - 371 Pages (10.9 MB )


B. H. Baden Powell, CIE, 1892, 485 Pages , (14.7 MB File)


By Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - 1857 - 429 pages (18.9 MB File)


By Edwin Hodder - 1888 - 562  Pages (14.9 MB File)


By his wife Isabel Burton, 1893 - 681 Pages (39.4 MB File)


By Edwin Arnold, M.A., 1862 - 436 Pages (16.2 MB File)


By Colonel H. C. Wylly, C.B., 1908 - 453 Pages (27.2 MB File)


1835 - 726 Pages (58.3 MB File)


By G. R. Aberigh Mackay, 1878 - 173 Pages (9.14 MB File)


By Jadab Chandra Chakrabarti, 1895 - 284 Pages (4.75 MB File)


Volume XVIII, 1906,  926 Pages (57.8 MB File)


By W. Harrison Ainsworth, ESQ, 1852 - 514 Pages (28.7 MB File)


1858, Pages 572 (36.3. MB File)


By H. P. Mody, 1908 - 332 Pages ( 5.11 MB )


By William Lee-Warner C.S.I., 1894 - 409 Pages (9.82 MB File)


By W. P. Andrew, 1857 - 50 Pages (2.26 MB File)


By William Patrick Andrew - 1856 - 266 pages (6.92 MB File)


By I. L. Musannif, 1882 - 291 Pages (4.19 MB File)


By Unknown 1887, 487 Pages (14 MB File)


By John Capper F.R.A.S., 1853 - 517 Pages (29.1 MB File)


By Captain Lewis Pelly, 1858 - 491 Pages (11.2 MB File)


1874,  310 Pages, (8.89 MB File)


By Fredrick Arthur Crisp, 1903 - 248 Pages (14.1 MB File)


By G. W. Macgeorge, M.I.C.E., 1894 - Pages 584 ( 28.1 MB )

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Hidden Hand: How the Chinese Communist Party Is Reshaping the World Clive Hamilton & Mareike Ohlberg



Published on Jul 3, 2020

Professor Clive Hamilton and Dr Mareike Ohlberg

Moderated by AIIA National Executive Director Dr Bryce Wakefield

With its enormous economic power, China is now a global political and military force engaged in an ideological struggle with the West. Clive Hamilton and Mareike Ohlberg outline in their new book, *Hidden Hand*, _the nature and extent of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) influence in operations across the Western world – in politics, business, universities, think tanks and international institutions such as the UN and WHO._ They argue that this new authoritarian power is using democratic systems to undermine democracy in pursuit of its global ambitions.

Clive Hamilton is an Australian author and academic. His influential books include Silent Invasion: China’s Influence in Australia, Growth Fetish, Requiem for a Species: Why We Resist the Truth About Climate Change and Defiant Earth: The Fate of Humans in the Anthropocene. For fourteen years he was the executive director of The Australia Institute, a think tank he founded. A professor at Charles Sturt University in Canberra, he has held visiting academic positions at the University of Oxford, Yale University and Sciences Po. His articles have appeared in Foreign Affairs, The Guardian, The New York Times, Times Higher Education Supplement, Nature and Scientific American.

Mareike Ohlberg is a senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund in Berlin. She has an MA in East Asian Studies from Columbia University and a PhD in Chinese Studies from the University of Heidelberg. She has authored a doctoral thesis on Chinese propaganda targeted at foreign audiences, and was a co-author of the landmark report Authoritarian Advance: Responding to China’s Growing Political Influence in Europe. Her articles have been published in The New York Times, The Neue Zuercher Zeitung and various other European media

Public Diplomacy Magazine, "Ethics in Diplomacy,"

NEW PD MAGAZINE ISSUE ON ETHICS OUT NOW

 

The spring 2020 issue of the USC Annenberg student-run Public Diplomacy Magazine, "Ethics in Diplomacy," is out now! Read the new issue here.

This issue focuses on tools for diplomats to navigate murky ethical waters and emphasizes the development of policies to prevent problematic situations in the first place. Editor-in-Chief Jasmine Kolano identified several pervasive tenets found throughout this issue:

  1. Diplomats do not advocate for their own agenda but seek to foster a spirit of collaboration in everything they do.
  2. Diplomats operate in humility and are active listeners, seeking first to understand before they are understood.
  3. Diplomats do not place great demands on a community without empowering them first.
  4. Diplomats recognize when a program has deviated from its original purpose and will put in place measures to realign its outcomes for the benefit of the right audience(s).
  5. Ultimately, diplomats use their positions of privilege to serve humanity.

 
Public Diplomacy Magazine is produced by the Society of Public Diplomats (SPD) at the University of Southern California, with support from the USC Center on Public Diplomacy and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

Read the latest issue of PD Magazine here.

To read all issues of the online magazine, click here.

Magazine art (top) by Public Diplomacy Magazine Creative Director Valery Zhukova


https://www.uscpublicdiplomacy.org/story/new-pd-magazine-issue-ethics-out-now

July 08, 2020

Li Keqiang promotes new infrastructure

Trivium China 


Premier Li Keqiang continued his travels in Guizhou on Tuesday (see yesterday’s Tip Sheet).

The highlight of his Tuesday itinerary was a visit to Tencent’s Qixing Data Center in the hills outside provincial capital Guiyang.

Some context: The newly completed center is built into the mountains. It has over 30,000 square meters of tunnels and is reported to house tens of thousands of servers.

More context: Since 2014, Guizhou has released a series of policies to support the big data industry.

Premier Li’s visit was all about promoting the government’s “new infrastructure” push (Gov.cn 3):

  • “Construction of new infrastructure, new urbanization, and major projects remain the priority for China in expanding effective investment this year, Premier Li said.”
  • “He asked related departments to increase support for the construction of new infrastructure facilities, and back up the big data industry and other new-emerging industries.”

Get smart: Tencent recently promised to invest RMB 500 billion in “new infrastructure” over the next five years. Premier Li’s visit is meant to show that the government took notice – and is pleased.

Get smarter: China’s big tech companies know that their success depends on staying in the government’s good graces.


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Gov.cn: 李克强在贵州考察时强调:突出做好重点民生工作 推动改革创新增强发展动力
Gov.cn: 李克强贵州考察数据中心释放什么信号
Gov.cn: Premier Li visits data center in Guizhou