Abstracts: The burden of power in a fragmented world - an American view. The European Parliament and the 1996 IGC - a British labour view
Abstracts: The bureaucrat: agent of democracy. Controlling the bureaucracy. The dichotomy is alive and well: responsibility, ethics, and professionalism in the bureaucracy
Abstracts: The Bush foreign policy revolution. Saddam does not threaten us. Bush's crime against humanity
Abstracts: The Canada-US softwood lumber dispute: an assessment after 15 years. Policy diversity, state autonomy, and the US-Canada softwood lumber dispute: philosophical and normative aspects
Abstracts: The case against civil ex post facto laws. Reviving civil society in Egypt. Corliss Lamont and civil liberties
Abstracts: The case for Iraq's qualitative disarmament. Ambassador Richard Butler: keeping Irag's disarmament on track
Abstracts: The case for presidential term limits. Pathways from authoritarianism. The rise of "Muslim democracy"
Abstracts: The case for proportionality. Constitutional engineering in southern Africa. Constitutional medicine
Abstracts: The case for zero inflation. Asking the right question about monetary policy. Does the Fed abhor inflation?
Abstracts: The case of George Bernanos. Charles Maurras, shaper of an age. Tradition, Science, and the centuries
Abstracts: The Cassandras are prophesying again. Don't forget the deity. Forget ideology, give them onions!
Abstracts: The catholic wave. Constitutional design for divided societies. The global picture
Abstracts: The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China's decision on several important issues in strengthening party building (September 28, 1994)
Abstracts: The centrality of elections: a global review. Overthrowing Hollywood and the broadcast elites. Telecomputing: the antidote to phantom public opinion
Abstracts: The CFE Treaty: in retrospect and under review. Article VI activities of Britain, France and China. Pentagon wants to stay lonely at the top
Abstracts: The CFE Treaty review conference: strengthening the 'cornerstone' of European security. Brigadier General Gregory G. Govan: an in-depth look at on-site inspections
Abstracts: The challenge of destroying chemical weapons. Nuclear weapons in Ukraine: hollow threat, wasting asset. Management and disposition of excess weapons plutonium: reactor-related options
Abstracts: The challenge of secularization. Muslims and democracy. The sources of enlightened Muslim thought
Abstracts: The challenges of interdisciplinarity. MISTRA's role and some lessons learned in the first five years. MISTRA in context
Abstracts: The changing economic complexion of Eastern Europe and Russia: results and lessons of the 1990s. Aiding Eastern Europe in a capital-short world
Abstracts: THE CHANGING NATURE OF RATIONING IN THE UK NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE. POLICY NETWORK CREATION: THE CASE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Abstracts: THE CHANGING NATURE OF RATIONING IN THE UK NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE. part 2 EUROPEANIZATION, WHITEHALL CULTURE AND THE TREASURY AS INSTITUTIONAL VETO PLAYER: A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION
Abstracts: The Chemical Weapons Convention: a milestone in international security. Verifying the Chemical Weapons Convention
Abstracts: The Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990: a new approach to solving federal financial management problems. Federal budgeting prognosis: Madison's nightmare?
Abstracts: The civil service as an employer of choice in Belgium. New public management and bureaucracy versus business values and bureaucracy
Abstracts: The clash of civilizations: an old story or new truth? Friction-free capitalism and electronic bulldozers. Are networks better than nations?
Abstracts: The classics: a family tradition. Sibling rivalry: the Jackson saga. Taj Mahal: the last natural man
Abstracts: The climate dice are loaded. A common-sense solution to global warning
Abstracts: The complexities of human behavior: recent instances of alleged quid pro quo sexual harassment. Sex and employment law: a partial catalog
Abstracts: The comprehensive test ban treaty: hanging in the balance. Multilateral arms control: can the CD break the impasse?
Abstracts: The comprehensive test ban treaty: hanging in the balance. The Arms Control Agenda at the UN: breaking new ground or breaking old habits?
Abstracts: The contingency of corporatist influence: Incomes policy in the Netherlands. What role for learning? The diffusion of privatization in OECD and Latin American countries
Abstracts: The costs of lite anti-Americanism. The IMF and democratic governance. The real story behind Venezuela's woes
Abstracts: The Cote d'Ivoire's troubled economy: why World Bank intervention failed. Government intervention in health care markets and health care outcomes: some international evidence
Abstracts: The crisis of representation of the Andes. The surprising resilience of elected governments. Party systems in the third wave
Abstracts: The cultural challenge to individualism. Race and ethnicity in America. The challenge of an asymmetrical world
Abstracts: The "Cultural Revolution" in industrial and mining enterprises and the repudiation of Tao Zhu. The eve of the "Cultural Revolution"
Abstracts: The cunning of trust. Outsiders destroyed Muslim freedom. Trust and transition
Abstracts: The curious case of Afghanistan. The politics of reform in Japan and Taiwan. Why direct election failed in Israel
Abstracts: The D.C. Circuit Task Force on Gender, Race and Ethnic Bias: political correctness rebuffed. The Federalist vision of a representative democracy
Abstracts: The dead hand and constitutional amendment. Gun shy: the Second Amendment as an "underenforced constitutional norm."
Abstracts: The dead hand of the architect. Does public choice theory justify judicial activism after all? A lawyer lectures a judge
Abstracts: The death of managed care as we know it. Managed care's fifteen minutes of fame. A balanced framework for change
Abstracts: The death penalty: America's final solution. Old news is good news. Death of the fourth estate
Abstracts: The debacle in Cote d'Ivoire. The sequencing "Fallacy". Mauritania's stalled democratization
Abstracts: The debate on national identity and the Martin Walser speech: how does Germany reckon with its past? Minting national identity
Abstracts: The decline of free trade and U.S. trade policy today. Super 301: gone but not forgotten. Jurisprudence in international trade law: Article XX of GATT
Abstracts: The decline of green politics in France: political ecology since 1992. Environmental policy and neo-corporatism in France
Abstracts: The demolition of double standards. The mother of all gambles. What Islamic bomb?
Abstracts: The determinacy of Republican Policy: A reply to McMahon. The many as one: integrity and group choice in paradoxical cases
Abstracts: The determinants of state employee compensation. Employee performance evaluation in social welfare offices. The status of the Uniform guidelines on Employee selection procedures
Abstracts: The developing countries and the shaping of GATT/WTO antidumping law. Developing countries in the WTO dispute settlement procedures
Abstracts: The diffusion of local agenda 21 in Germany: comparing the German federal states. The politics of bounded innovation: 'New' Environmental Policy Instruments in France
Abstracts: The digital economy and peace. Linking electricity for peace: a compelling global strategy. The meaning of peace in the Bhagavad Gita and the New Testament
Abstracts: The discourse ethic and the problem of representing nature. Is Japan an ecological frontrunner nation?. Environmental politics in Japan
Abstracts: The disfranchisement of the elderly, and other attempts to secure intergenerational justice. A relatively plausible principle of beneficence: reply to Mulgan
Abstracts: The drama of democratization. Geography and democratic destiny. Stirrings of mutual recognition
Abstracts: The durability of social capital. Physician collective bargaining: a turning point in U.S. medicine. United States
Abstracts: The dynamics of popular reactions to democratization in Korea. Public opinion in new democracies: political ambivalence in South Korea and Taiwan
Abstracts: The East Asian prospect: a tale of three systems. Current trends and future prospects. East Timor
Abstracts: The East Asian prospect: a tale of three systems. The politics of the Asian financial crisis. Why Asia needs democracy
Abstracts: The East Asian prospect: the illusion of exceptionalism. Facing the perils of presidentialism? Dimensions of development
Abstracts: The economics of war. Failing our youth: America's K-12 education. The terror recession
Abstracts: The EC's wonderland: an overview of the Pan-European harmonised origin protocols. WTO Panel and the Appellate Body interpretations of the WTO agreement in US law
Abstracts: The EEC and free trade agreements: stretching the limits of GATT exceptions to non-discriminatory trade? The European Community reaction to the "illicit" commercial trade practices of other countries
Abstracts: The effectiveness of bills of rights. Protecting the environment from orthodox environmentalism. How effective are bills of rights in protecting individual freedoms?
Abstracts: The effect of race and sex on welfare benefits. Property rights and rent seeking in South Africa. Welfare gains from innovation-induced rent seeking
Abstracts: The elections of 1997. The shape of the future. Fox's Mexico at midterm
Abstracts: The electoral system is the issue. Black leadership and the deracialization of politics. African-Americans in the new world order
Abstracts: The emergence of ecofeminist political economy. A theory of post-ecologist politics. Are all greens active? rethinking the participation issue looking at the case of Groen links Amsterdam
Abstracts: The end of civil conflict in Colombia: the military, paramilitaries, and a new role for the United States. More borders, less conflict? Partition as a solution to ethnic civil wars
Abstracts: The end of the Somalia syndrome. Asia's cultural infrastructure. How to stop the terror
Abstracts: The ends of empire. End of Empire. The ends of a Fermat number
Abstracts: The Energy Charter Treaty and trade: a guide to the labyrinth. Injury-causality test under Canadian trade remedy law: a case study of subsidized boneless manufacturing beef from the EEC
Abstracts: The enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau in May. The Central Special Case Team. The Central Committee convenes a conference of cadres at the army-corps level and above
Abstracts: The ethical challenge of the twenty-first century. Solzhenitsyn, Havel, and the twenty-first century. A conscript in the desert, half a century ago
Abstracts: The ethical poverty of cost-benefit methods: autonomy, efficiency and public policy choice. Claiming races, broiler contracts, heresthetics, and habits: ten concepts for policy design
Abstracts: The ethical summons of postmodernity. Postmodernism and Asia. Ancient Japan shows postmodernism the way
Abstracts: The European business interest and the nation state: large-firm lobbying in the European Union and member states
Abstracts: The European Community and the legislating of the application and products of genetic modification technology
Abstracts: The evolution of sustainable development strategies in Portugal. Norway's institutional response to sustainable development
Abstracts: The evolving forest regime and domestic actors: strategic or normative adaptation? Much talk but little action? 'new' environmental policy instruments in Ireland
Abstracts: The exhaustion of patent rights under WTO law. The integration of Central and Eastern Europe in the European Union - trade and labour market adjustment
Abstracts: The experience of African American women in the academic workplace: doubly disadvantaged or meeting the challenge of greater opportunity
Abstracts: The explanatory notes of the program of the institutional reform of the state council delivered at the first session of the ninth National People's Congress (March 6, 1998)
Abstracts: The fallacies of free market environmentalism. Debunking wholesale private enforcement of environmental rights
Abstracts: The fallacies of free market environmentalism. Institutional fantasylands: from scientific management to free market environmentalism
Abstracts: The false dawn. Opaque as always. Saving democracy: Indonesia
Abstracts: The false pretense of NATO expansion. Bigger NATO, bigger sales. The greening of NATO
Abstracts: The Federal Reserve chairman as hero: our defense against monetary excesses? Sports player drafts and reserve systems
Abstracts: The financing corporation, government-sponsored enterprises, and moral hazard. Government and recycling: are we promoting waste?
Abstracts: The first and second Reich: the taming of an industrial-policy advocate. Half or full reform?
Abstracts: The folly of disparaging arms control. Even the last superpower needs friends
Abstracts: The formation of climate change policy in New Zealand 1992-1995: the conlfict between international and domestic responses
Abstracts: The four "r"s of refugees. For a non-religious state. Soft Islam takes over in Turkey
Abstracts: The Fourth World Conference on Women. Perspective on U.S. foreign policy today. Women in American foreign policy
Abstracts: The fragile balance: John Adams on liberty and equality. Equality, luck and hierarchy. Basic structure and the value of equality
Abstracts: The fragile victory of French ecologists. Vulnerability and disobedience: New repertoires in French environmental protests
Abstracts: The Frustrations of Government Service. Sources and Consequences of Citizen Attitudes Toward Government. Working Group 4: Adapting, Concepts of Community to the Emerging Role of Citizens
Abstracts: The functioning of the Appellate Body after four years: towards rule integrity. Trade and environment after the Shrimps-Turtles litigation
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