Abstracts: European integration at a crossroads. The European disunion. The European convention and EU foreign policy: learning from failure
Abstracts: European values and the asylum crisis. The missing link: the need for comprehensive engagement in regions of refugee origin
Abstracts: Europe's energy security: Challenges and opportunities. Combating light weapons proliferation in West Africa. Enhancing African peace and security capacity: A useful role for the UK and the G8?
Abstracts: Europe's Jihadist dilemma. Irreversible peace in Northern Ireland? Risks and opportunities in Somalia
Abstracts: Exiled to a liminal legal zone: Are we all Palestinians now? The politics of human rights
Abstracts: Exploring second-best solutions for Cyprus(response to article by Elizabeth H. Prodromou in this issue, p.5) The Cyprus problem and European security
Abstracts: External discipline during counterinsurgency: a Philippine war case study, 1900-1901. The 'Enola Gay' and Japan's struggle to surrender
Abstracts: 'Fan Meifuri:' the Chinese student movement opposing the U.S. rehabilitation of Japan, 1948. There and back again: foreigners and the Chinese revolution
Abstracts: Fear, interest and honor: Outlines of a theory of international relations. US foreign relations in the twentieth century: from world power to global hegemony
Abstracts: Five bad options for Iraq. Iraq in the shadow of civil war. Revisions in need of revising: What went wrong in the Iraq War
Abstracts: Five bad options for Iraq. The myth of the 'German way': German foreign policy and transatlantic relations. Anatomy of a habit: America's unnecessary wars
Abstracts: Five decades of terrorism in Europe: The TWEED dataset. Good policy can lower violent crime: evidence from a cross-national panel of homicide rates, 1980-97
Abstracts: Focus on postmodernisms: a rejoinder. Persistent patterns of international commerce. Antinomies of postmodernism in international studies
Abstracts: Food for Communist China: a U.S. policy dilemma, 1961-1963. China and America: a troubled relationship. Kennedy, China, and the tragedy of no chance
Abstracts: Foreword. The anti-ballistic missile treaty charade: a study in elite illusion and delusion. Documentation No.3
Abstracts: Forget September 11. Keeping Central Asia stable. Al-Qaida, 'war on terror' and Turkey
Abstracts: Former Yugoslavia and the new NATO. Escaping the enlargement trap in NATO-Russian relations. Peace with Justice? War Crimes and Accountability in the former Yugoslavia
Abstracts: France's new nuclear doctrine. New approaches to deterrence in Britain, France, and the United States. The US Nuclear Posture Review and the NATO allies.
Abstracts: French and British security: mirror images in a globalized world. Is there a French way of explaining African politics?
Abstracts: From colonization to separation: exploring the structure of Israel's occupation. The Palestinian minority in Israel: the 'challenge' of the Jewish state and its implications
Abstracts: From missile defense to preemption: Can (or should) NATO's strategic debates be managed? NATO and its new members
Abstracts: From national bourgeoisie to rogues, failures and bullies: 21st century imperialism and the unravelling of the third world
Abstracts: From nation-building to state-building: The geopolitics of development, the nation-state system and the changing global order
Abstracts: From Pablo to Osama: counter-terrorism lessons from the war on drugs. Religion and American foreign policy
Abstracts: From 'structural adjustment' to 'comprehensive development framework': conditionality transformed? Post-Lome: the European Union and the South
Abstracts: From the girl child to girls' rights. The new bilateralism in the Asia Pacific. Co-operation on money and finance: How important? How likely?
Abstracts: From Vietnam to Desert Fox: civil-military relations in modern democracies. Israel's military transfers to China and Taiwan
Abstracts: Gandhian philosophy, conflict resolution theory and practical approaches to negotiation. Researching humanitarian intervention: some lessons
Abstracts: Gandhian philosophy, conflict resolution theory and practical approaches to negotiation. part 2 Survival of rationalism between hostility and economic growth
Abstracts: German-American relations: the case for a preference. Extended air defense - Germany between European and transatlantic orientations
Abstracts: Germany in the Yugoslav crisis. Redressing NATO's imbalances. Germany and the use of force: still a 'civilian power'?
Abstracts: Getting it right, getting it wrong: the Soviet collapse revisited. International history and international relations theory: a dialogue beyond the Cold War
Abstracts: Getting serious about Asia-Europe security cooperation. Taking India seriously. Tying China into the international system
Abstracts: Global environment and international inequality. Law, justice and the idea of a world society. The Brazilian devaluation: national responses and international consequences
Abstracts: Global governance: poorly done and poorly understood. Apocalypse now? Continuities or disjunctions in world politics after 9/11
Abstracts: Global health ethics: the rationale for mutual caring. Dithering over Darfur? A preliminary review of the international response
Abstracts: Globalization and change in the international political economy. Developing economies and the demographic imperatives of globalization
Abstracts: Globalization and democraticization: the response of the indigenous peoples of Sarawak. Reconsidering cultural globalization: the English language in Malaysia
Abstracts: Globalization and economic disparities in East and Southeast Asia: new dilemmas. Chinese capitalism: cultures, the Southeast Asian region and economic globalisation
Abstracts: Globalization and private capital movements. Development: the devil we know? Responses to complex humanitarian emergencies and natural disasters: an analytical comparison
Abstracts: Good international citizenship: a third way for British foreign policy. East Timor and the new humanitarian intervention
Abstracts: Governance, good goverance and global governance: conceptual and actual challenges. Authoritarian leaders and multiparty elections in Africa: how foreign donors help to keep Kenya's Daniel arap Moi in power
Abstracts: Guerrilleras in Latin America: Domestic and international roles. Insurgency and the opening of peace process
Abstracts: Gulf war: the German resistance. The Iraq war and Iranian power. Reassessment: the IISS strategic dossier on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction
Abstracts: Hedging against the cruise-missile threat. The rise and fall of arms control. Securing nuclear obsolescence
Abstracts: Hegemony, institutionalism and US foreign policy: Theory and practice in comparative historical perspective. Sovereignty under siege: globalisation and the state in Southeast Asia
Abstracts: He who rides a tiger: the rationale of India's nuclear tests. The future of ballistic missile defense and its derivatives
Abstracts: Hindu bias in India's 'secular' constitution: Probing flaws in the instruments of governance. Postcolonial (in)securities, the BJP and the politics of Hindutva: broadening the secrity paradigm between the realist and the anti-nuclear/peace groups in India.
Abstracts: Hindu women's property rights in India: A critical appraisal. Constitutional engineering: What opportunities for the enhancement of gender rights?
Abstracts: Historical wrongs and human rights in Sino-foreign relations: The legacy of extraterritoriality. Paradise or hell hole? U.S. Marines in post-World War II China
Abstracts: Hopeful neoliberals, derailed collectivists-emerging Paradigms on Latin America. Political success in Saudi Arabia: systemic stability and security implications
Abstracts: How peace agreements are derailed: The evolution of values in Cyprus, 1959-74. Democracy for peace, or peace for democracy? The post-communist experience
Abstracts: How the United States justified its war on terrorism: Prime morality and the construction of a 'just war'. The end of war as we knew it? Insurgency, counterinsurgency and lessons from the forgotten history of early terror networks
Abstracts: Human development and financial conservatism. Human capital and human capability. In search of the post-Washington (dis)consensus: the 'missing' content of PRSPS
Abstracts: Human rights and multinationals: is there a problem? Seizing the future: the South, sustainable development and international trade
Abstracts: Human rights in conflict. Intervention, media and human rights. Bush, China and human rights
Abstracts: Human rights rogues in interstate disputes, 1980 - 2001. First Use of Violent Force in Militarized Interstate Dispute, 1980-2001
Abstracts: Ideology in context: explaining Sendero Luminoso's tactical escalation. Human rights institutions
Abstracts: 'I heard it all before': Egyptian tales of law and development. Development studies and postcolonial studies: disparate tales of the "Third World."
Abstracts: III 'Gender' is not enough: the need for a feminist consciousness. Feminist International relations: a contradiction in terms? or: why women and gender are essential to understanding the world 'we' live in
Abstracts: 'Illegitimate' loans: Lenders, not borrowers, are responsible. Internal exiles: what next for internally displaced persons?
Abstracts: Illiberal democracy and the future of opposition in Singapore. Geopolitics, Patagonian toothfish and living resource regulation in the Southern Ocean
Abstracts: Impasse in Korea: a conventional arms-accord solution? The convention banning antipersonnel mines: applying the lessons of Ottawa's past in order to meet the challenges of Ottawa's future
Abstracts: Imperial powers and democratic imaginations. Failed States: temporary obstacles to democratic diffusion or fundamental holes in the world political map?
Abstracts: Impetus for immigration reform: Asian refugees and the Cold War. Reconstructing war after the Cold War
Abstracts: Indian and Pakistani views on nuclear deterrence. Deterrence is not enough: security requirements for the 21st century
Abstracts: India-Pakistan deterrence revisited. How robust is India-Pakistan deterrence? Pakistan: transition to what?
Abstracts: India's nuclear doctrine and command structure: Implications for India and the world. Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces
Abstracts: India's nuclear status quo. The flawed case for nuclear disarmament. The prospects for nuclear stability between India and Pakistan
Abstracts: Indigenous knowledges and development: a postcolonial caution. Misrecognitions and missed opportunities: post-structuralism and the practice of development
Abstracts: International diplomacy and the crisis in Kosovo. Right-sizing international criminal justice: the hybrid experiment the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Abstracts: International humanitarian crises: Two decades before and two decades beyond. The right that failed? The ambiguities of conservative thought and the dilemmas of conservative practice in international affairs
Abstracts: International law and the war in Kosovo. Kosovo's road to war. Kosovo under international administration
Abstracts: International linkages and environmental sustainability: The effectiveness of the regime network. The sustainability and future of unrecognized quasi-states
Abstracts: International migration, remittances and development: Myths and facts. Global games: Culture, political economy and sport in the globalised world of the 21st century
Abstracts: Intrafamily femicide in the defence of honour: the case of Jordan. The clash within Islam
Abstracts: Introduction: governing the Asia Pacific-beyond the 'new realism'. Economic orthodoxy and the East Asian crisis
Abstracts: Introduction: historical scholarship and public memory. The impact of strategic bombing in the Pacific. "Memory, freedom, and communication; a historical assessment of the last half-century."(Address from Pacific Quest: Memory, Freedom, and Communication)(address by Akira Iriye)(Transcript)
Abstracts: Introduction: new episodes in the U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia. Cambodia: the view from the United States, 1945-1954
Abstracts: Iran and North Korea: The proliferation nexus. Can Iran's nuclear capability be kept latent? Assessing Iran's nuclear programme
Abstracts: Iran builds the bomb. Iran, Israel and politics of terrorism. Iran: from reform to revolution?
Abstracts: Iranian Islam and the Faustian bargain of western modernity. Two civilizations and ethnic conflict: Islam and the West
Abstracts: Iraq: Fulcrum of world politics. Iraq, imperialism and global governance. Lessons and controversies: Planning and executing immediate relief in the aftermath of the war in Iraq
Abstracts: Iraqi Kurdistan: Contours of a post-civil war society. The spoils of peace in Iraqi Kurdistan. The prospects for democracy in Iraq: Challenges and opportunities
Abstracts: Iraqi transitions: From regime change to state collapse. The battle for Iraq: Islamic insurgencies in comparative perspective
Abstracts: Iraq, liberal wars and illiberal containment. War in Iraq: selling the threat. The third world war?
Abstracts: Iraq's militia problem. Why the US-India nuclear accord is a good deal. Abolishing nuclear armouries: policy or pipedream?
Abstracts: Iraq: The contradictions of exogenous state-building in historical perspective. Designing a secure Iraq: a US policy prescription
Abstracts: Islamic militancy in East Africa. The African 'Oil Rush' and US national security. Twilight of impunity for Africa's presidential criminals
Abstracts: Islamic politics, human rights and women's claims for equality in Iran. Between the hammer and the anvil: Post-conflict reconstruction, Islam and women's rights
Abstracts: Islamism revisited. At the end of the journey: The risks of Cold War thinking in a new era. The future of political Islam: The importance of external variables
Abstracts: Israel's revolution in security affairs. Information technology and the terrorist threat. The technology revolution in air warfare
Abstracts: Is there an 'Asian Way'? Making EMU a success. Asian values and Asian success
Abstracts: Japan and the European Union: reluctant partners. The strategic implications of the Euro. Terms of engagement: alternatives to punitive policies
Abstracts: Japanese YMCA cultural imperialism in Korea and Manchuria after the Russo-Japanese war. The United States, the Soviet Union, and the division of Korea: a comparative approach
Abstracts: Japan-Russia relations and north-east Asian security. An elective partnership: salvaging transatlantic relations
Abstracts: Japan's changing China policy: from commercial liberalism to reluctant realism. The impact of globalization on strategy
Abstracts: Justice and peace? How the international criminal tribunal affects societal peace in Bosnia. Good fences make good neighbors? A comparison of conflict-regulation strategies in postwar Bosnia
Abstracts: Justice and peace? How the international criminal tribunal affects societal peace in Bosnia. part 2 Effects of social position on societal attributions of an asymmetric conflict
Abstracts: Justice unbound? Globalization, states and the transformation of the social bond. South Africa's transition in a globalizing world: HIV/AIDS as a window and a mirror
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