Abstracts: The role of budget deficits in development strategies. Does money still matter? On budget reform
Abstracts: The Role of GATT in the management of trade blocs: an enforcement perspective. Drafting anti-dumping legislation: issues and tips
Abstracts: The role of government under the Bill of Rights. Victims and heroes in the "benevolent state."(Group Rights, Victim Status, and the Law: The Eighth Annual Federalist Society Lawyers Convention)
Abstracts: The role of international intervention in facilitating violence and peace in El Salvador, 1977-1998. Political will and public trust: El Salvador's Procurator for the Defense of Human Rights and the dilemmas of institution-building
Abstracts: The role of organizational culture and mentoring in mature worker socialization toward retirement. Understanding the older stipended volunteer: age-related differences among AmeriCorps members
Abstracts: The role of private parties in the enforcement of the Uruguay Round Agreements. The time to comply with an adverse WTO ruling
Abstracts: The role of the capital markets in restructuring health care. Human inputs: the health care workforce and medical markets
Abstracts: The roots of the economic crisis. Crisis and opportunity in Africa. Crisis and contention in Ecuador
Abstracts: The roots of the hostage crisis. First step on the ladder. Iran and China: Energising links
Abstracts: The Russian Far East as a factor in Russian-Chinese relations. Chinese foreign policy and the collapse of communism
Abstracts: The Russian predicament. A wake-up call in Afghanistan. Pakistan's predicament
Abstracts: The scope and constitutionality of judicial review under the Tunney Act. Tilting the table: collective bargaining after National Baseball Ass'n v. Williams
Abstracts: The scope and constitutionality of judicial review under the Tunney Act. part 2 Worse than TXO: substantive due reasonableness in BMW of North America, Inc. v. Gore
Abstracts: The scope of government and the wealth of nations. Note issue by banks: a step toward free banking in the United States?
Abstracts: The scope of public administration continuing education in universities. Connecting management and executive development in the states
Abstracts: The search for international order and justice. Reaching for values: the Commonwealth and Nigeria. Troubled Zimbabwe
Abstracts: The search for macroeconomic stability: comment on Sumner. Public export inspections in the United States and their privatization
Abstracts: The second globalisation: against globaphobia (includes related articles). Fair globalization means free trade in agriculture
Abstracts: The second globalization: Devolution and world order (includes related articles). The challenge of the next century: the globalization of responsibility
Abstracts: The second globalization: Neo-Victorian stability (includes related articles). Renminbi: Up, Where It Belongs
Abstracts: The second globalization: Three options for the nation state (includes related articles). Economic deterrence
Abstracts: The second Iraq war one year on: Can George W. Bush and Tony Blair be tried for war crimes?. Mass graves in Iraq: uncovering atrocities
Abstracts: The secretary-general's representatives. The other lesson of Rwanda: mediators sometimes do more damage than good
Abstracts: The secret plot to suppress Falun Gong: the inside story. San Guo Yan Yi (A romance of the three kingdoms): the United States, Japan, and China
Abstracts: The security threat of Asia's sex ratios. Coffee production in a time of crisis: social and environmental connections
Abstracts: The senate resolution on NATO expansion. The debate over NATO expansion: a critique of the Clinton administration's responses to key questions
Abstracts: The "sequencing" fallacy. Stolen elections: The case of the Serbian October. The chain of responsiveness
Abstracts: The Sistani factor. The uses of historical memory. Constitution-making after conflict: lessons for Iraq
Abstracts: The Soft City of cyberspace. A global agora vs. gated city-regions. The generic city: Singapore or Bladerunner?
Abstracts: The soft infrastructure of a market economy. Official versus spontaneous dollarization. Dollarization for Latin America?
Abstracts: The Southern African Customs Union in a changing economic and political environment. The interpretation of schedules of commitments
Abstracts: The speedy government: the halving of throughput times in a Swedish provincial government. Divergent labor productivity trends: state and local government utility services
Abstracts: The spirit of humility. How to reform the electoral college. The issue is governance, not representation
Abstracts: The stalemate north of Hokkaido. A malign sense of sovereignty: Canada's debate over U.S. trade relations. Finnish neutrality policy during the cold war
Abstracts: The state and industrial followers: Japanese versus French computer strategy, 1960s-1980s. Financial interventionism and liberalization in Southern Europe: state, bankers, and the politics of disinflation
Abstracts: The state has melted, the killing continues. Whose finger on the trigger? Shaky transition
Abstracts: The status of GATT in EC law, revisited: the consequences of the judgment on the Banana Import Regime for the enforcement of the Uruguay Round Agreements
Abstracts: The status of the Uniform guidelines on Employee selection procedures. Separating Law and professional practice from politics
Abstracts: The status quo and prospects of Sino-U.S. trade relations. Enforcement of WTO Agreements in China: Illusion or Reality?
Abstracts: The stranded individual of the South. Can there be peace without an enemy? After progress in the South: Khomeini, Saddam or migration?
Abstracts: The student movement's struggle. Hong Kong's democrats stumble. Electoral systems: a primer for decision makers
Abstracts: The subsidy provided under Medicare to current enrollees. Another form of "elderly bashing." (response to Sandra Christensen, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, vol. 17, no. 2, Summer 1992)
Abstracts: The Supreme Court and coerced confessions: Arizona v. Fulminante in perspective. Back to the future: the Supreme Court's retroactivity jurisprudence
Abstracts: The sustainability transition in Germany: some early stage experiences. Explaining national variations of air pollution levels: political institutions and their impact on environmental policy-making
Abstracts: The symbolic power of gold. East-west migration and the Czech republic. Symbolic sexuality and econmic work in Dominica, West Indies: the naturalization of sex and women's work i development
Abstracts: The synoptic model of strategic planning and the GPRA: Lacking a good fit with the political context. Measuring changes in democratic attitudes and career aspirations among administrative interns
Abstracts: The "Ten Articles" of April 6 and the renewed publication of the "May 16 Communique". Drafting the "May 16 Circular"
Abstracts: The "Three Fixing" program-- statutorily fixing the functions, structure and establishment of staff-- of the state development planning commission
Abstracts: The Tiananmen clock is ticking. Staying on - the impossible scenario. The Hong Kong example
Abstracts: The tide underneath the "Third Wave." China's long march to freedom. When will the Chinese people be free?
Abstracts: The trade and environment interaction in the WTO; how can a 'new round' contribute? A call for coherence in international law; praises for the prohibition against 'clinical isolation' in WTO dispute settlement
Abstracts: The transnistrian dilemma. Huseyin Baybasin-Europe's Pablo Escobar. Kaliningrad, adrift in Europe
Abstracts: The travails of liberalism. Stronger legislatures, stronger democracies. Putin's path
Abstracts: The Treasury and Public Investment: A Perspective on Inter-War Economic Management. ANTI-DOPING POLICY IN SPORT: THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL POLICY CO-ORDINATION
Abstracts: The Treasury as the Central Department of Government, 1919-1939. Planning, Water Supplies and Ministerial Power in Great Britain
Abstracts: The truth about whether Falun Gong has an organization. No organization is needed for practicing cultivation, nor is Falun Gong an organization
Abstracts: The Turtles panel: another environmental disaster in Geneva. The evolving relationship between trade and environmental regulation
Abstracts: The TVA dream: David Lilienthal in Latin America. A comparative study of Telecom reforms in East Asia and Latin America
Abstracts: The twilight of nuclear testing. South Asia's nuclear wake-up call. The nonproliferation noninitiative
Abstracts: The UN at fifty: reforming institutions or individuals? Human rights and the clash of cultures. Can there be peace without an enemy?
Abstracts: The uncertain future of U.S.-Russian cooperative nuclear security. Don't let furor from Cox report undermine US-Russian cooperation
Abstracts: The uncertain state of American environmentalism. Faking it: values, nature and environment. Neoliberal think tanks and free market environmentalism
Abstracts: The UN Commision on Sustainable Development, 1995. 'Talking the talk': business discourse at the World Summit on sustainable development
Abstracts: The unintended consequences of trade adjustment assistance. Competitive markets for electricity generation. Privatization solves all
Abstracts: The United Nations' celebrity diplomacy. A formidable task for torture's healers. The accidental dictatorship of Alexander Lukashenko
Abstracts: The United Nations vs. human rights. Selective commitment. Europe was behind US defeat at the United Nations
Abstracts: The United States and the prospects for NPT extension. Report of the Canberra Commission on the elimination of nuclear weapons
Abstracts: The United States: breakthroughs and waste. Tobacco litigation: good for the body but not for the body politic
Abstracts: The UN register of conventional arms: a new instrument for cooperative security. Controlling arms transfers to the Middle East: the case for supplier limits
Abstracts: The use and misuse of trade negotiation simulations. Foreign sales corporations under the World Trade Organization: the panel ruling on US export subsidies
Abstracts: The use of coercion in the Yugoslav crisis. Ready for the long haul. Bosnia I: stepping up the pace?
Abstracts: The use of evidence and cost effectiveness by the courts: How can it help improve health care? Cost-effectiveness analysis in the courts: recent trends and future prospects
Abstracts: The Use of Innovative Practices in the Public and Private Sectors: the Role of Organizational and Individual Factors
Abstracts: The US Has Gone Global, But Neglected Its Core. Accountability and Generosity. No Restrictions on Genetic Research
Abstracts: The US presidential election: implications for environmental policy. The Environment Committee of the European Parliament: New powers, old problems
Abstracts: The U.S. search for "net ESP": antidumping comparisons when value is added after importation and before sale. United States implementation of the Uruguay Round antidumping code
Abstracts: The value of the relationship model of contracting in social services reprocurements and transitions: lessons from Massachusetts
Abstracts: The value(s) of realism. Building communities of character: Foreign aid policy and faith-based organizations. Mexican intelligence at a crossroad
Abstracts: The vanishing center. Transitions from postcommunism. A mixed record, an uncertain future
Abstracts: The vice of tolerance. Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and recall law. Excerpt of Vice Premier Wu Yi's report to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Abstracts: The view from communities. Populists in a global market. Why we need a patients' bill of rights
Abstracts: The view from the health plan trenches. Do good stories make for good policy? Managed care at the millennium: scenes from a maul
Abstracts: The virtual Europe. Do we have a duty to live? Offensive defense
Abstracts: The Virtuous Citizen, the Honorable Bureaucrat, and 'Public' Administration. Why Can't We Resolve the Research Issue in Public Administration?
Abstracts: The vision thing: in search of the Clinton doctrine. The end of the rainbow. The struggle for power in South Africa: the external constituency
Abstracts: The wages of boredom. More workers + fewer hours = higher productivity. Lower wages will mean more work for Germany
Abstracts: The who, what, and how of managed care. Manipulators and manipulation: public opinion in a representative democracy
Abstracts: The woods and the trees: catalytic diplomacy and Canada's trials as a 'forestry superpower.' Australia: old relationships versus new linkages
Abstracts: The world after Florida. It's foreign policy, stupid. Bush alone
Abstracts: The World Trade Organisation, social movements and global environmental management. The politics of packaging in the UK: business, government and self-regulation in environmental policy
Abstracts: The World Trade Organization Antidumping Agreement. The US antidumping law: rhetoric versus reality. China's antidumping laws and the WTO antidumping agreement (including comments on China's early enforcement of its antidumping laws)
Abstracts: The World Trade Organization's legitimacy crisis: What does the beast look like? Substantive trademark law harmonization by means of the WTO Appellate body and the European Court of Justice: the case of trade name protection
Abstracts: The worsening EU-Turkey relations. Roundtable: three women, two worlds, one issue. Feminism meets international relations
Abstracts: The worst should go first: deferral registries in asbestos litigation. Removing criminal aliens: the pitfalls and promises of federalism
Abstracts: The writing of the Constitution and the writing on the wall. The proposed equal protection fix for abortion law: reflections on citizenship, gender, and the Constitution
Abstracts: The writing of the Constitution and the writing on the wall. part 2 The Rule of Saint Benedict: the debates over the interpretation of an ancient legal and spiritual document
Abstracts: The WTO and the political economy of globalization. China's GATT membership: selected legal and political issues
Abstracts: The WTO dispute settlement mechanism: coverage and procedures of the WTO understanding. Japan's first antidumping measures in the Ferro-Silico-Manganese case
Abstracts: They are legion: the tragedy of twentieth-century man. Pavel Florensky: a postmodernist vision of Renaissance art?
Abstracts: They shall still drink Coke: in defence of critical dialogue. Still waiting for peace
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