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> A. Marr, History of Modern Britain, (Macmillan, 2009)
> Jonathan Wolff 'An Introduction to Political Philosophy
> Isaiah Berlin’s 1958 essay Two Concepts of Liberty
> I Katznelson and H Milner (eds.) Political Science: state of the discipline (New York: Wiley, 2002)
> R Goodin The Oxford Handbook of Political Science (Oxford University Press, 2009)
> J Colomer The Science of Politics: an introduction (Oxford University Press, 2011)
> Machiavelli The Prince
> John Stuart Mill  On Liberty
> John Stuart Mill Considerations on Representative Government
> D Miller A Very Short Introduction to Political Philosophy (Oxford University Press, 2003)
> G Almond, G Bingham Powell, R Dalton and K Strøm Comparative Politics Today: a world view, 9th edn, (Longman, 2009)
> P Dunleavy and J Dryzek Theories of the Democratic State (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
> W R Clark, M Golder and S Nadenichek Golder Principles of Comparative Politics (CQ Press, 2009)
> Crick, B.  Democracy: a very short introduction (Oxford: OUP, 2002)
> Dunn, J. Western Political theory in the face of the future, revised edition (Cambridge:CUP, 1992) > Geuss, R. History and illusion in Politics (Cambridge:CUP, 2001)
> Runciman, D. The Politics of Good Intentions: history, fear and hypocrisy in the new world order (Princeton University Press, 2006)
> Ludger Helms,  Presidents, Prime Ministers and Chancellors: Executive Leadership in Western Democracies, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
> Thomas Poguntke & Paul Webb (eds), The Presidentialization of Politics. A Comparative Study of Western Democracies, Oxford University Press, 2007