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"World Opinion" and the Governmentalization of International Politics in the Context of the Founding of the United Nations
 Jaeger, Hans Martin.
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(Dis)Qualified Bodies: Securitisation, Citizenship and Identity Management
 Muller, Benjamin.
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(In)Different Politics: resistance as event and trafficking in women
 Aradau, Claudia.
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(Re)Writing the 'National Security State': How and Why Realists (Re)Built the(ir) Cold War
 Grondin, David.
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(Re)framing September 11th: Gender, Agency, Politics
 Wibben, Annick.

(Re)tracing the Political: Security from Divine Order to Sovereign State
 de Larrinaga, Miguel.
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(Un)Birth of a Nation: The Failure of Mussolini's Nationalist Project
 Simoni, Serena.
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(Why) Is Police Reform an Emerging Issue for Human Rights Advocates?
 Burgerman, Susan.
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9.11.01 and Its Aftermath: Empire Strikes Back?
 Luke, Timothy.
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9/11 and the Changing Nature of International Relations: Some Theoretical Aspects
 de la Garza, Armida.

9/11 and the Impact of Diaspora influence on Protracted Separatist Conflict at 'Home'
 Aryasinha, Ravinatha.

9/11 and the Rise of Offensive Liberalism
 Miller, Benjamin.

911, the Bush Doctrine and the Implications of the War on Iraq
 Dunn, David.
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'An Elite Anglo Saxon Club'? Race, 'Civilization' and the Making of America's Asian Alliances
 Capie, David.
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'Benevolent despotism': the paradoxical nature of international territorial administration in the 'state-building' context
 Wilde, Ralph.

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A Classification of Interstate War
 Valeriano, Brandon. and Vasquez, John.
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A Coalitional Approach: How Domestic Losers Use Transnational Politics to Influence the Architecture of Global Governance
 Carrier, Martin. and Fitzharris, Ryan.
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A Cold War-like Consensus? Toward a Theoretical Explanation of U.S. Congressional-Executive Relations Concerning National Security Policy After 9/11
 Gagnon, Frédérick.
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A Coming Crisis of the EURO?
 Cafruny, Alan. and Ryner, Magnus.
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A Conceptual Analysis of Human Security and Conflict
 Jeong, Ho-Wan.

A Constructivist Analysis of the East Asian International Political Economy: An Answer to the Realist-Liberal Debate
 Narine, Shaun.
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A Constructivist Approach of Human Security and Peace-building
 Conteh-Morgan, Earl.
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A Day in the Life of a Sheet: Localized Homogenization in the Global Apparel Industry
 Cammett, Melani.
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A Feminist Interpretation of the War on Terrorism: Freedom and Liberty for Women in Afghanistan, Iraq and the United States?
 Kwitkwoski, Sally.
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A Fractured Hegemony? The US position in the international politics of Whaling
 Epstein, Charlotte.
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A Framework for Critical Social Movements: Democratising and Pluralising Global Governance
 Patomäki, Heikki.

A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Trade-Conflict Relations
 Benson, Brett. and Niou, Emerson.

A Garbage Can Model of UN Peacekeeping
 Lipson, Michael.
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A Gendered Analysis of the Economic Determinants of Democracy
 Mack, Randi.
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A Glass Full or Empty? Anglo-French Relations and the Problems of Enforcing German Disarmament, 1919-1928
 Barros, Andrew.
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Back into the Hegemon's Orbit: The Horn of Africa and American Security
 Dominique, Jacquin-Berdal.

Back to the Future? Historical Antecedants of the ESDP
 Adamski, Janet.
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Balance of Power and Democratic Peace vs Hegemonism: Demosthenes's Grotian realism in the post-Cold War Perspective
 Makris, Spiros.

Balance of Power: The International Wanderings of a Liberal Idea
 Boucoyannis, Deborah.

Balancing Act: The Political Economy of U.S. Trade Sanctions, 1970-1998
 Hiscox, Michael.
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Balkanizatoin versus Integration
 Adamovich, Ljubisa.
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Ballistic Missile Defence and post-Cold War American Foreign Policy: Origins, Influences and Motives
 Chamberlain, Paul.
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Baltic Sea Region, Geopolitics and Information Society
 Lanko, Dmitri.
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Bandwagon Effects in Bridging Digital Divides: Communication Networks & International Organizations
 Levinson, Nanette. and Hervy, Anne-Claire.
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Bangladeshi Workers in Singapore: A Sociological Study of Temporary Labor Migration
 Rahman, Mizanur.
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Banking Reform in Korea and Japan: The Interaction of Exogenous Forces and Domestic Political Institutions
 Cho, Juyeong.
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Bargaining Power in the European Union: An Evaluation of Competing Bargaining Models
 Schneider, Gerald., Finke, Daniel. and Bailer, Stefanie.
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Basel II: the agreement nobody wanted
 Wood, Duncan.

Basle II Capital Requirements and Developing Countries: a Political Economy Perspective on the Costs for Poor Countries of Rich Country Policies
 Claessens, Stijn., Underhill, Geoffrey. and Zhang, Xiaoke.
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Before, Beyond or with Diplomacy?: Locating Business in the Diplomatic Zoo
 Hocking, Brian.

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CHINA-INDIA ECONOMIC AND SECURITY RELATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ASIAN STABILITY AND US POLICY
 SRIVASTAVA, ANUPAM.

CIA and the School of Hard Knocks: Turning Failures into Success
 Hedley, John.
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CIVIL BELIEFS, DOMESTIC AND EXTERNAL SECURITY, AND THE TURKISH MAINSTREAM DISCOURSE ON KURDS
 Somer, Murat.

Can Globalization Work Like Regionalism, Like Nationalism?
 Csergo, Zsuzsa.

Can Nuclear Weapons Survive the Norm against Terrorism?
 Perkovich, George.

Can States Make Credible Commitments in Secret?
 Sechser, Todd.

Can We (Still) Tell the Difference Between Preventive War and Pre-emptive Self-Defense?
 Kaufmann, Chaim.
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Can a Hegemon Distribute Private Goods? A Test of Power-Transition Theory
 Bussmann, Margit. and Oneal, John.
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Can the European Security and Defense Identity (ESDI) Evolve into an Effective Instrument of EU Policy? Implications for EU Relations vis-a-vis the USA/Canada/Russia, and NATO
 Garrett, Brent.
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Can the Israeli Right make Peace? Constructivist and Institutional Dilemmas of an Ideological Bloc
 Peleg, Ilan.
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Can the U.S. Reform Outlaw States Through Engagement? Cautionary Lessons From the South Africa (1981-1986) and Iraq (1988-1990) Cases.
 Resnick, Evan.

Canada in North America: Farewell to the 'Special Relationship'
 Gabriel, Christina. and Macdonald, Laura.
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Canada's Links with Africa
 Black, David.

Canadian Hemispheric Security Policy: Playing at the Margins
 MacLean, George.
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Canadian Media Semi-Globalization and Resistance to US Hegemony
 Frensley, Nathalie. and Michaud, Nelson.
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Dancing in the Dark: NGOs and States in Former Yugoslavia
 DeMars, William.
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Data on Delegation: What is Really Happening Internationally
 Koremenos, Barbara.
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Dealing with Inter-jurisdictional Environmental Competition in the U.S. and an Expanding E.U.: Implications for Policy Approaches
 Walti, Sonja.
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Decentralization and Democracy: the case of Andalucia
 Bukowski, Jeanie.

Decentralization in Developing Countries- Risks and Chances for the Prevention of Corruption
 Hodick, Benjamin.

Deciding Decision Processes in Post-World War II International Organizations
 Rupert, Matthew.
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Deciding to Dispute: The European Union's Use of the World Trade Organisation's Dispute Settlement Mechanism
 Young, Alasdair.
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Decoding the 2002 World Development Report: The UN governance agenda and the limiting of participation
 Wilson, J. Zoe.
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Deconstructing the IR Meta-narrative: Creating a Space for Theorizing on Religious Movements
 Mullin, Corinna.
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Defence Against Help: Canadian-American Cooperation in the War on Terrorism
 Charters, David.
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Defending the Realm: Rethinking the Ideational Sources of Canadian Grand Strat
 Nossal, Kim Richard.
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Defense Management and Military Effectiveness: Public v. Private Production and Interservice Rivalry
 Gholz, Eugene.
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Defining Corporate Complicity & other Challenges of Regulating Private Economic Activities in Conflict Zones
 Ballentine, Karen.

Defining Sovereignty
 Lowenheim, Oded. and Paltiel, Jeremy.
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Defining Yourself: International State Activism Under American Hegemony
 Stern, Gabriel.
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EMU Enlargement in a Post-World War II Perspective: The Role of Hegemony and Institutions
 Leblond, Patrick.
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EU -UN relations
 Taylor, Paul.
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EU Common Foreign and Security Policy post-September 11th: An EU Simulation Challenge
 Van Dyke, Gretchen. and DeClair, Edward.
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EU Conditionality and Balkan Compliance: Does Sovereignty Matter?
 Noutcheva, Gergana.

EU Development Policy Reform: Development Objectives within the context of the EU's external relations
 Dearden, Stephen.
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EU Integration and the Development of Minority Rights in Latvia and Estonia
 Bernier, Julie.

EU Trade Policy Toward China since the Mid-1990s: Roles, Risk Choices and Behavior
 Zhang, Enyu.
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EU and US Approaches Towards Clean Air: Implications of EU Enlargement
 Pushkina, Darya.
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EU-U.S. Relations and Chemicals Managment
 Selin, Henrik.
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EU-US Food Fights in an Era of Globalization: Impacts on Democracy, Equity, Sovereignty and Sustainability
 Keilbach, Patricia.
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Early Accommodation of Interstate National Minority Conflicts in Eastern Europe: Lessons for Conflict Prevention
 Hammarstrom, Mats.
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East of the Iron Curtain: Why Are Post-Communist Countries Joining NATO?
 Rizova, Tatiana.

Ecological Crises, Globalization, and World System Evolution
 Chew, Sing.

Ecological Interdependence and National Security
 Zawahri, Neda.
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Ecological Interdependence and State Power: Explaining the Bargaining Success of Developing Countries in Global Environmental Negotiations
 Biermann, Frank.
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Facing the Past: A Discourse with Serbia's Youth
 Yerkes, Maryanne.

Factoring in Agent Characteristics
 Hawkins, Darren. and Jacoby, Wade.
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Fairness in International Relations
 Kokaz, Nancy.

Faith-Based Diplomacy: A Model for Peacebuilding
 Philpott, Daniel.

False Dichotomy: When Low Politics is High Politics
 Ripsman, Norrin.
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False Prophet, or Genuine Savior? Assessing the Effects of Economic Openness on Sustainable Development, 1980-2000
 De Soysa, Indra.
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Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: Institutions and the Diffusion of Anti-Globalization Norms
 Kalanges, Kristine.
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Fear
 Acuff, Jonathan.
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Fear Itself: US Foreign and Military Policy Since 9/11
 Crawford, Neta.
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Fear and Loathing in NATO: The Atlantic Alliance after the Crisis over Iraq
 Terriff, Terry.
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Fear, Power and Empire After September 11
 Acharya, Amitav.

Federal Center - Regions - Local - Selfgovernment in Russia - The Problems of Political Interaction
 Busygina, Irina.
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Federal Institutions and the Societies They Govern: How Can Decentralized Governance Contribute to Peace?
 Bakke, Kristin.
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Federation as an Alternative to International Organization: Incremental Change versus Starting from Scratch in Australia and Europe
 Rector, Chad.
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Feminism and Security? In the corner please
 Hoogensen, Gunhild.
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Galtung, Violence, and Gender: The Case for a Peace Studies/Feminism Alliance
 Confortini, Catia.
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Gender Mainstreaming and Peace-building in War Torn Societies: Incompatible Choices?
 Gizelis, Ismene.
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Gender Rights in Latin America: Following, Transforming, Leading and Lagging the Transnational
 Friedman, Elisabeth.

Gender and Power
 El-Malik, Shiera.

Gender and U.S.-Japan Relations
 Mikanagi, Yumiko.
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Gender mainstreaming in urban governance.
 Michaud, Anne.

Gender, Communalism, and South Asia: Hegemony and Resistance
 Nayak, Meghana.
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Gender-Based Violence and Justice in War-Torn Societies
 DeLaet, Debra.
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Gendercide: The State of Study
 Jones, Adam.
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Gendering Resistances to Globalised Neoliberalism: Feminist Activism in India
 Eschle, Catherine. and Maiguashca, Bice.

Gendering Security: Women as Agents of Political Violence
 Alison, Miranda.
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Genderizing the European Union: the Case of Development Policy
 Lister, Marjorie.
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Genesis of Common Interests and Cooperation: The Case of Long-Range Dust Transport in the Asia & Pacific Region
 Wilkening, Ken.
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Geopolitical and Individual Risk:Towards a Cultural Economy
 Aitken, Rob.
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George W. Bush And The End Of The New World Order
 Rodriguez, Emilio.

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HEGEMONY AND THE POWER OF LIBERAL COALITIONS IN MILITARIZED DISPUTES, 1816-2001
 Wayman, Frank. and Tago, Atsushi.
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HIV/AIDS Activism in Africa: Dissenting Voices and Unchanging International Politics
 Seckinelgin, Hakan.

HIV/AIDS, The Military and the Future of Africa’s Security
 Ostergard, Robert, Jr..
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Half-turns in Canadian Environmental Foreign Policy: A Sociological Analysis
 Dufault, Evelyne.

Handcuffed Hegemony: the Case of Spain
 Schaefer, Mark.
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Hannah Arendt and Carl Schmitt: At home in the world?
 Antaki, Mark.

Hannah Arendt, Empire, and Law: Humanitarianism in Dark Times
 Owens, Patricia.
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Happy Together: A Politica of Friendship
 Manning, Erin.
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Hardening Cockpits, Stockpiling Vaccines, and Tightening our Borders: The (New) Frontiers of Homeland Security
 Masters, Cristina.
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Harmony or Confrontation?The State-Society Relationship and Its Impact on the Strategies of Transnational Environmental NGOs
 Liu, Chu-yun (Tina).
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Has Anything Changed: Sexual Violence in South Africa
 Gentry, Caron.
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Havel's Postmodernism
 Replogle, Sherri. and Steger, Manfred.
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Hegemonial Nature of Language Policy
 Osmakova, Natalia.

Hegemonic (In)stability and the Limits of US Hegemony in the Middle East
 Bozdaglioglu, Yucel.

Hegemonic Culture Wars: Islamist and Secularist Attempts to Control the Public Sphere in the Middle East
 Koker, Tolga.

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I Think You've Had Enough: Dyadic Demands for Shared Resource Re-allocation
 Hamner, Jesse.

ICANN and Non-Territorial Sovereignty: Achieving Recognition and Non-intervention
 Klein, Hans.

ICANN and the Global Dialogue on US Dominance of Internet Governance
 Mueller, Milton. and Mathiason, John.
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ICTs and the Civil Society as Challengers to the Ruling Elite in Africa
 Mudhai, Okoth.
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IMF Recruitment Practices and the Convergence of Ideas
 Momani, Bessma.
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INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF INSECURITY: UNILATERALISM, INWARDNESS AND EXCEPTIONALISM
 Huysmans, Jef.
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IPE, globalisation and the study of Latin American political economy
 Tussie, Diana.
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IR and Islamism and Vice-Versa
 Mozzafari, Mehdi.
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IR in Iran: Accomplishments and Limitations
 Sariolghalam, Mahmood.
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Ideas That Bind: Security, Nationalism and Asian Values in East Asian Development
 Woo-Cumings, Meredith.

Ideas and Power: The Construction of Israeli Foreign Policy
 Sasley, Brent.
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Ideas of Nationhood and the Decolonization of the British Empire
 Tan, Lena.

Identity Change and the Hegemony of Western Values
 Tudoroiu, Theodor.
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Identity and Japanese foreign policy
 Inoguchi, Takashi.

Identity through Security in Europe: "Because we are All Democracies". A closer look on the Aznar Protocol
 Guittet, Emmanuel.
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Jacques Rueff and the Monetary Implications of a Hegemonic World Order
 Chivvis, Christopher.

Japan and Africa: The Ambiguous Ally
 Cornelissen, Scarlett.
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Japan's Agenda for Asian Regionalism: Industrial Harmonization, not Free Trade
 Hatch, Walter.
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Japan's Development Aid: A Derivative Discourse
 Suetsugu, Marie.
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Japan's Foreign Economic Policy in Multi-layered International Economic Relations
 Kojo, Yoshiko.

Japan's New Security Policy
 Ninomiya, Takahiro.
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Just War, Just Causes,and Just a Detainee: Human Rights Implications of the War on Terror for Prisoners and Citizens
 Irvin, Cynthia.

Justice for East Timor? Trials and Tribulations in the Jakarta and Dili Tribunals
 Cohen, David.

Justifications and Motives: The Road to Basra
 Coates, David.
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Kids R Us: Children, Masculinity, and the 'War on Terror' in Afghanistan and Iraq
 Scott, Catherine.
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Killing Canadians II: The International Politics of the Accident
 Molloy, Patrick.

Know Thine Enemies: Understanding the Factors that Motivate Terrorists
 Josiger, William.

Knowing Evil When You See It: Uses for the Rhetoric of Evil in International Relations
 Casebeer, William.
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Knowing, Learning and Doing: The Evolution of United Nations Sanctions Policy Since 1990
 Cosgrove, Erica.

Knowledge in Power: The Epistemic Construction of Global Governance
 Adler, Emanuel. and Bernstein, Steven.
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LEGALIZING HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY:
 Hawkins, Darren. and Joachim, Jutta.
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LEGITIMATING THE USE OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: A COMMUNICATIVE ACTION PERSPECTIVE
 Bjola, Corneliu.

Labor Unions and Economic Reforms: Brazil in a Comparative Perspective
 Riethof, Marieke.
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Labor and the Global Economy: Between Self-Interest and Principled Values
 Anner, Mark.

Labour and Globalization in the North American Automotive Industry
 Roberts, Chris.

Language Issues in Central Asia
 Virtanen, Ozlem Eraydin.

Language, Knowledge and Hegemony
 Virtanen, Ozlem Eraydin.

Language, Knowledge, and Power In the Name of the State: Reading In The Name of The Father and The Devil's Own as National Security Discourse's Appropriation of Terrorism.
 Campos II, Joseph.

Latin America's Civil Wars: Violence, Institutional Choice, and the Political Economy of Development
 Hartzell, Caroline.

Latin American Politics at Home and Abroad: Latinos as Foreign Policy Actors, Myth or Reality?
 de la Garza, Rodolfo. and Cortina, Jeronimo.
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Latin American Security and U.S. Hegemony: The Strategic Choice of a Space of Autonomy
 Derghoukassian, Khatchik.
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Law Enforcement and Security Challenges in the U.S.-Mexican Border Region
 Shirk, David.
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Lawyers, Guns and Money: The National and International Regulation of Private Military Companies
 McIntosh, Daniel.

Leaders, Followers, and Buffers in the International Monetary Arena
 Pauly, Louis.
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Leadership Change, Credible Commitments, and the Formality of International Agreements
 Mattes, Michaela.
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MIDs, Economic Sanctions, and Trade: The Effect of Economic Coercion on Military Disputes
 Drury, A. Cooper. and Park, Johann.
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MOVEMENT EVOLUTION:Continuities and Change in the Fight Against AIDS
 Brahm, Eric.
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MUSLIM DEMOCRATS IN THE MAKING?: EXPLAINING TURKEY’S AKP
 Somer, Murat.
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Machiavelli's Science of Statecraft: The Diplomacy and Politics of Disorder
 Russell, Greg.
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Mainstreaming gender in the United States: An assessment.
 Myerson, Marilyn. and Northcutt, Susan.
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