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Abstracts: Trading places: America and Europe in the Middle East. Winning the right war. Bush's Middle East vision
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Abstracts: Transatlantic armament relations under strain. Haiti and the international community: a case study. Why alliances endure or collapse
Abstracts: Transnational conflicts and the politics of scalar networks: evidence from Northern Africa. Lula's foreign policy and the quest for autonomy through diversification
Abstracts: Transnational processes, development studies and changing social hierarchies in the world system: a Central American case study
Abstracts: Transnational religious actors and international politics. Tracing connections between comparative politics and globalisation
Abstracts: Triangular or indirect deterrence/compellence: something new in deterrence theory? Deterrence and defense in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment
Abstracts: Truth commissions, trials or nothing? Policy options in democratic transitions. Legal reforms and development
Abstracts: Turkey-Iran relations, 1997-2000: the Kurdish and Islamist questions. How multilateral development assistance triggered the conflict in Rwanda
Abstracts: Turkey's new security environment, nuclear weapons and proliferation. East Asian-Pacific security: an assesment
Abstracts: Turkey, the United States and the delusion of geopolitics. Turkey and the EU: The importance of markets. Turkey and Russia: Axis of the excluded?
Abstracts: Ukraine's balancing act. The EU needs to rethink its Cyprus policy. Ukraine and the West
Abstracts: Uncertainty, forecasting and the difficulty of strategy. Strategic thoughts about reemphasizing defense against chemical and biological threats
Abstracts: Uncertainty of the liberal peace. Peace, war and conflict: social representations shared by activists and non-activists
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Abstracts: Understanding the 'war on terrorism': Responses to 11 September 2001. How do commercial institutions promote peace?
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Abstracts: Urbanisation, nativism, and the rule of law in South Africa's 'forbidden' cities. Sustainable development, sustainable livelihoods and land reform in South Africa: a conceptual and ethical inquiry
Abstracts: US democracy promotion in the Arab Middle East since 11 September 2001: A critique. Reform from above: the politics of participation in the oil monarchies
Abstracts: U.S. geostrategy in Central Asia: a Kazakh perspective. Statement before the House International Relations Committee Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific
Abstracts: U.S. nuclear policy and strategy and the NPT regime: implications for the NATO alliance. Building thrones: Political effect as an emerging principle of war
Abstracts: Varieties and crises of neoliberal globalization: Argentina, Turkey and the IMF. Neoliberal globalisation, the nation-state and financial crises in the semi-periphery: a comparative analysis
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Abstracts: War in Iraq, revolution in America. 9/11 and the past and future of American foreign policy. US-European relations: past and future
Abstracts: Washington's misguided Iran policy. US policy in Bosnia: rethinking a flawed approach. China-Taiwan: US debates and policy choices
Abstracts: Water out of fire: novel women, national fictions and the legacy of Nehruvian developmentalism in India. Re-crossing a different water: colonialism and third worldism in Fiji
Abstracts: What do buzzwords do for development policy? A critical look at 'participation', 'empowerment' and 'poverty reduction'
Abstracts: What do we do if the Saudi monarchy falls?. Not only Islamism: Great power politics and the future of terrorism
Abstracts: WhatEs in a Name? India and America in the 21st century. US intervention and possible Iraqi futures. China and America: trouble ahead?
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Abstracts: What will NATO enlargement cost? NATO expansion: the next steps. NATO enlargement and the Baltic states
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Abstracts: When should the central Europeans join EMU?. On the identity of NATO. The future of Europe and the transatlantic relationship
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Abstracts: Who's making UK foreign policy? The Israeli-Palestinian road block: can European make a difference? Is Thabo Mbeki Africa's saviour?
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Abstracts: Why Palestinians and Israelis are not ready for peace. The CIA as Middle East peace broker? New imperatives for Israeli-Palestinian peace
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Abstracts: Wildlife trade, sanctions and compliance: Lessons from the CITES regime. Resolving or exacerbating disputes? The WTO's new dispute resolution system
Abstracts: William L.Clayton and the recognition of China, 1945-1966: more speculations on "lost chances in China". Food for Communist China: a U.S. policy dilemma, 1961-1963
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