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"Africa" as Serial Morality Tale in Canadian Foreign Policy
 Black, David.

"American Conspiracy": Historical Memory, Foreign Policy and the Embassy Bombing Crisis

"Civilizing" the Post-Soviet European Space: A Comparison between the European Union, the Council of Europe, and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
 Stivachtis, Yannis.
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"Crafting" the State and ASEAN: A Study on the Institutional Dynamics of Governance
 Ortuoste, Maria.
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"Crazy Guys from Outside": Transnational Recruitment of Insurgents and Responses by States
 Malet, David.
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"Events Occur in Real Time": 24, Masculinities, and the War on Terror
 Scott, Catherine.
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"Failed States" in West Africa: Transversal Communities and the Limitations of Conventional Peacekeeping Approaches
 Collett, Moya.

"Fair Trade:" Market or Movement?
 Elliott, Kimberly.
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"Great Powers" Impact on the Promotion and Consolidation of Democracy across International Society
 Lee, Jaewon.

"Hearts of Darkness", Old and New? Failed States, Civil Wars, Regional Crises, Lost Continents and the Fate of Nations-That-Never-Were-Nations
 Berger, Mark.
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"Illegal Refugees" And The Rise of Restrictive Asylum Policies in Canada, Australia and the United States
 Hamlin, Rebecca.
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"Inalienable" Rights: The Question of Guantanamo, 1903 to Present
 Hodges, Rebecca.

"No Idea What We Were Doing": The Gap in Civil and Military Expectations in the Kosovo Air Campaign
 Scheipers, Sibylle. and Renz, Bettina.

"Normal" and "Extraordinary" Politics in IR Theory and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Implications for the Study of Conflict Resolution
 Greve, Patricia.
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"Nothing is Certain but Death and Taxes": Prospects for Economic Reforms in Iran- Modelling Process and Outcomes
 Martin-Brule, Sarah-Myriam.

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A "Raison" for Analysis: Contending Logics of Appropriateness in European Dynastic Society, 1414 and 1518
 Green, Daniel.

A Balance Restored: The Systemic Implications of China's Rise
 Greene, Brian.
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A California Effect or a Netherlands Fallacy? A Study on Globalization and the Externality of National Development Sustainability
 Cao, Xun.

A Changing Arctic Climate: More Than Just Weather
 Nilsson, Annika.
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A Child's Right to Food: India's Mid-Day Meals Programme
 Rutledge, Jennifer.
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A Clandestine Group ruling the International Mobilisation against Crime? The Case of the G8 experts on Transnational Organized Crime
 Scherrer, Amandine.
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A Comparative Analysis of Chavismo to Zapatismo: Between Revolutionary 'Common Sense' & ' The Limits of the Possible' for Radical Social Change
 Foran, John.
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A Comparative Analysis of the Effects of Coalition Cabinet Characteristics on Event Behavior
 Kaarbo, Juliet., Beasley, Ryan. and Cantir, Cristian.
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A Comparative Study on Journalists’ Perceptions of Press-Government Relations during Six-Party Talks
 Seo, Hyunjin.
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A Comprehensive Theory of Just War Based on a Case Study Analysis of the Norm of Proportionality in the Conduct of War

A Concept of Global Care
 Allan, Pierre.
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A Constructivist Approach to Identity and how to Combine Different Levels of Analysis
 Luckhurst, Jonathan.
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A Corporate Alternative for United Nations Military Deployments
 Patterson, Malcolm.
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A Critical Analysis of the Discourse of ‘Empowerment’ in Post-Washington Consensus Development Policy: The Case of Kenya’s Coffee Industry
 Pflaeger, Zoe.
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A Critical Constructivist Theory of Regime Interplay: The World Trade Organization and the Kyoto Protocol
 Eckersley, Robyn.
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Bad Neighbors: Failed States and Their Consequences
 Iqbal, Zaryab. and Starr, Harvey.
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Balance of Power Politics and the Rise of China: Accmodation and Balancing in East Asia
 Ross, Robert.

Balance vs. Harmony: Interpreting China's Illiberal Internationalism under Hu Jintao
 Paltiel, Jeremy.
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Balancing Act: Alliance Management and Host Government Responses to Anti-Base Movements
 Yeo, Andrew.
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Balancing Market Opportunities with Social Goals: Trends in University Fees and Financing in the EU and US
 Douglass, John. and Keeling, Ruth.
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Balancing Power Through the Market
 Thomas, Ashley.

Balancing, Bandwagoning, and the Changing Nature of Spoils: The Spread of Interstate War since 1945
 Shirkey, Zachary.
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Bane or Blessing? Globalization’s Impact on Human Rights, 1980-2005
 Kim, Dong-hun.

Barbarians and the International Law: Beyond the Gates of Liberty?
 Brunstetter, Daniel.
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Bargaining in Institutionalized Settings: The Case of Turkish Reforms
 Sarigil, Zeki.
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Bargaining, International Regimes and Newly Industrialized Countries: The Politics of Social Clauses in South Korean and Mexican Entry into the OECD and US-Based Free Trade Agreements
 Kang, Susan.

Barão de Rio Branco and the Pragmatism in Brazilian Foreign Policy: How Did He Envision the Role of Brazil in International Affairs?
 Vassoler, Ivani.

Basic rights in a time of protracted insecurity context: the case of Israel
 Weinblum, Sharon.
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Bear Any Burden? How Democracies Minimize the Costs of War
 Croco, Sarah., Valentino, Ben. and Huth, Paul.
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Beautiful Suffering: The Ethico-Politics of Pain.

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C.A.W. Manning and Popular Culture - Myth, Games, and Legitimation in International Relations
 Klæbel, Alan.

C.A.W. Manning, International Society and the English School
 Long, David.
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CARICOM and Security Governance: Probing the Limits of Regional Cooperation
 Byron, Jessica.
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CCTV Impact on the Social Construction of Security
 Gagnon, Benoit.

CIDA under the Gun: Reduced Autonomy and the Securitization of Development in Canada
 Brown, Stephen.
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CNS Visiting Fellows Program
 Sevcik, Margarita.
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Camera Obscura: Narrating Iraq through Other Wars
 Bishai, Linda.
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Campaign Contributions and U.S. Foreign Policy Outcomes: An Analysis of Cuban-American and Armenian-American Interests
 Rubenzer, Trevor.
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Can Asymmetric Free Trade Agreements be a Tool for Industrialization? Non-linear Policy Preferences and the Dynamics of Unbundled Regional Agreements
 DiCaprio, Alisa.

Can Global Standards Be a Legitimate Form of Global Governance?

Can Human Rights Build a Better War?
 Smith, Thomas.
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Can Multilateralism Still Stand As An Organizing Principle For International Governance?
 de Campos Mello, Flavia. and Nasser, Reginaldo.

Can Peace Be Bought? The Effects of Foreign Aid on Civil War Onset
 Candland, Tara., Davis, Zachary., Findley, Michael., Nielsen, Richard. and Nielson, Daniel.
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Can Rural Human Development Projects Contribute to Conservation of Biodiversity in Protected Areas? An Assessment of Integrated Conservation and Development in Indonesia
 Carr Kelman, Candice.
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Can There be a History of British International Thought?
 Nardin, Terry.

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DARFUR CRISIS: Death Estimates Demonstrate Severity oif Crisis, but Their Accuracy and Credibility Could Be Enhanced
 GAO, -.

DDR and Transitional Justice: A Critical Perspective
 Muggah, Robert.
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DPRK's Foreign Policy toward the U.S.
 Kim, Ilsu.

Dangerous Differences: Crisis Management and Sino-American Naval Doctrines in the Taiwan Strait
 Twomey, Christopher.
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Darfur into Chad: Managing the Transnationalization of Civil War
 De Maio, Jennifer.

David and Goliath Negotiations: WTO Stalemates and the Proliferation of Preferential Trade Agreements in Latin America
 Doces, John.

Dayton Agreements on the Field: The Process of Peace Implementation and its Contradictions

Deadlock at Doha: Why Stalemate Over Agricultural Trade Policies Spells the End of the WTO
 Balaam, David.
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Dealing with Claims of Ethnic Minorities in International Law
 Kempin Reuter, Tina.

Dealing with the Devil? Humanitarian Negotiations with Armed Non-State Actors: The Case of Colombia
 Sjöberg, Ann-Kristin.
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Debating Global Democracy: Lessons from the UN Experience
 Therien, Jean-Philippe.
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Debating Therapeutic Interventions in the Canadian Forces: Three Feminist Critiques


Debating the 'Shia Crescent' and the Rise of Iran in Arab and Iranian Media
 Faupin, Mathieu.

Debts and Threats: International Lender of Last Resort and Non-G10 Debtors
 Alexander, Kern.

Deciding to Violate: Loss Aversion, Status Quo Bias, and Legal Compliance

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EMU as a Case of Democratic Peace Theory
 Leblond, Patrick.
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ENP in North Africa
 Bicchi, Federica.

ESDP in Afghanistan – Raising the Stakes

ESDP in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo: Learning from the Past, Current Constraints
 Penksa, Susan.

EU Cohesion In The UNGA Revisited - Investigating Time And Issue Dimension

EU Cohesion in the UN General Assembly: A Quantitative Analysis with Special Regard to the Distance of the US from the EU Consensus
 Luif, Paul.
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EU Configurations at the UN Security Council: Analyzing “Actorness” vis-à-vis Iran in Nuclear Diplomacy
 Mazzucelli, Colette.

EU Coordination in the ILO: Cohesive Voices or Cohesive Deeds?
 Kissack, Robert.
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EU Counterterrorism Policy and the 2004 Eastern Enlargement
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EU Foreign Policy with Special Regard to the UN: Where does Turkey fit in?
 Senyucel Gundogar, Sabiha.

EU Governance After Lisbon: The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive(MiFID)
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EU-U.S. Trade Relations and the Double-Edged Nature of the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Mechanism
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EU’s relations with Turkey as an Issue of Governance
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EXIT AND VOICE IN A DEREGULATED MARKET: The case of universal school voucher system in Chile
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Early Stalinist terror and the Gulag
 De Vos, Antoinette.

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FDI, Asset Mobility, and Militarized Disputes
 Lee, Hoon.

FRONTEX: The EU External Borders Agency - 'Exploring the Nature of the Beast'
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Facade of Mutual Restraint: Arms Control between Equal Powers
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Facing up to the Multicultural Challenge? International Human Rights Implementation through Dialogue
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Factoring Gender into Economic Development: Changing the Policies of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank
 Blackmon, Pamela.

Factors for Success and Failure of UN Peacekeeping Operations: Theory and the Case of UNMIS in Sudan
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Faculty-Led Study-Abroad Programs as a Pedagogical Tool in International Politics
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Failed Multilateralism or Emerging Bilateralism in Central Asia?
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Failed, but Safe: Failed States and the Lack of External Predation
 Fazal, Tanisha.

Failing States and Failing Regimes: The Prediction and Simulation of State Failure
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Failure Matters: An Experimental Test of News and Elite Framing of War
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Fair Treatment in International Politics: Distributing Gains and Losses in the Ultimatum Game
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Faith and Fear in Development: The Role of Religion in Sri Lanka’s NGO Sector
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Faith and Reason: Persuasion, Bureaucratic Politics and Preference Change in the ASEAN Regional Forum
 Capie, David.

False Dichotomy: Rethinking the Anarchy/Hierarchy Assumption in International Relations

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GM Foods Ethical Dilemmas
 Wicha, Monika.
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Gambling on Conflict: Profiling Investments in Conflict Countries
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Gate Crashers and Engraved Invitations: Integrating Women Activists in the SPD and CDU from the 1960s to the 1980s
 Leslie, John. and Wiliarty, Sarah.

Gauging Collective Action Success Online: Getting the Recognition You Deserve
 Nagar, Na\'ama. and Harwood, Paul.
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Gender Empowerment and the Sex Trade: Substantive Representation and International Compliance against Sex Trafficking
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Gender Equality as Foreign Policy
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Gender Mainstreaming or Gender Sidelining? The Cooptation of Women’s Human Rights
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Gender Role Values in the Muslim World: A Value Difference between Men and Women?
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Gender and Democracy in Cuba
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Gender and International Peacekeeping in the Irish Permanent Defence Forces: Narratives, Voices and Meanings – a Journey towards Interdependence?
 Graham, Shirley.

Gender and Policy in Civil-Military Relations
 Hoogensen, Gunhild.

Gender and Security Sector Reform: Engendering the Privatization of Security
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Gender and Security Sector Reform: Gender Reform in Police Organizations
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Gender and Security Sector Reform: The Parliamentary Dimension

Gender and Violence: Redefining the Moral Ground
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Haiti's Failed Truth Commission: Lessons in Transitional Justice
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Hard Hearts and Open Minds? Governance, Identity and the Intellectual Foundations of Counterinsurgency Strategy
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Hard Power and Soft Power: The Effects of 9/11 on US Hegemony in the International System

Hard Questions for Soft Power
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Harnessing the Complexity of Uncertainty in Peace Processes: Towards Adaptive Negotiation Strategies
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Has Africa got anything to say? African Contributions to the Theoretical Development of International Relations: a preliminary investigation
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Has Europe Run Out of Steam? Limits and Potential of the European Integration Model as a Referent for Global Governance

Hayden White and the Tragedy of International History
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Health Diplomacy as Soft Power: the PRC and Africa
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Health Governance and Pharmaceutical Product Development: Dilemmas in Exporting Clinical Research to Developing Countries
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Health, Risk and Security: Three Perspectives for International Relations
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Healthy Aid? The (In)Effectiveness of Health-targeted Development Assistance
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Hegel’s Antigone: Towards a Re-Thinking of International Ethics
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Hegemonic Leadership or Leadership Competition? Beond Hegemonic Stability Theory
 Grundig, Frank. and Ward, Hugh.
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Hegemony and Seigniorage: The Planned Spontaneity of the US Current Account Deficit
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IGOs and the Determinants of Member-State Interest Convergence
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INGOs in International Affairs: an Agent-Based Model
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IOs and Gendered Impediments to Norm Change: Analyzing Sexual Misconduct by UN Peacekeepers
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IOs and the Constitution of Expertise in Peacebuilding: Learning and knowing the Wrong Things?
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IPE and European Integration: Applying Karl Polanyi’s 'the Great Transformation'
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IR Theories and the Emergence of Shia Crescent: A Tentative Explanation?
 Dizboni, Ali.

IR and IL Approaches to International Rules: An Overview and Assessment

Idealism and the Cynical Turn: Comparing G. Lowes Dickinson and Michael Ignatieff
 Morefield, Jeanne.

Ideas, State Interests, and Consolidation of the Global Development Aid Regime
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Ideational Change in China's Approach towards the International Society
 Zhu, Liqun.

Identifying the Concepts of Security and Political Relations in the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Compact Signing Ceremonies
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Identifying the Place of Democratic Norms in Democratic Peace

Identity Polarization and Conflict: State building in Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana
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Identity Politics and Liberal Pluralism in Romania: Are They Compatible?
 Vladescu, Eloisa.

Identity Politics and Political Identities in the Industrialized and the Developing World
 Coate, Roger. and Thiel, Markus.
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J.S. Mill and Multilateral Intervention in Civil Wars
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JANZUS: Towards Complementary Security Arrangements
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Jacksonian Idealism and the Quest for Prestige in the Making of the American Empire
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Jamâl al-Dîn “Al-Afghânî” (d. 1897): IR-entrepreneur, Publicist, and Originator of the “Pan-Islamic” Salafiyya
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Japan Maritime Strategy
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Japan As a Non-Nuclear Weapon State: An Imposition Or a Choice
 Okagaki, Tomoko. and Hymans, Jacques.

Japan and East Asian Integration: ASEAN+3 or ASEAN+6?
 Urata, Shujiro. and Terada, Takashi.
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Japan and South Korea: Can These Two Nations Work Together?
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Japan and the Consolidation of East Asian Regionalism: The ASEAN-Japan Closer Economic Partnership Agreement
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Japan-Australia-US Trilateral Cooperation: Extended Bilateralism or A Coalition of Democracies?
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Japan's Foreign Policy Dilemma vis-à-vis North Korea---the Abduction Issue, the Nuclear Issue, and Diplomatic Normalization
 Nishikawa, Toshiyuki.
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Japan's Foreign Policy after the Post-Cold War Period: Theoretical and Cultural Perspectives
 Adem, Seifudein.

Japan's Way Forward: Mainstreaming the Climate Change Policies in World Politics
 Hattori, Takashi.
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Japanese Foreign Aid after September 11th
 Strand, Jonathan. and Tuman, John.
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Japanese Vision of International Society: A Historical Exploration
 Ikeda, Josuke.
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Kautilya's Arthashastra, A Treatise on Ethics and Righteousness in Foreign Policy and Intelligence and its Relevance in Modern Times

Keep Your Suitcases Ready: A Theoretical Explanation to the Study of Misperception, Self-censorship, and Insecurity in Teaching “Western” International Studies to Female Arab Muslim Students in the Gulf
 Gariup, Monica.

Kemalism in More than One Country? Religious Jacobinism in Turkey and Tunisia
 Webb, Ed.
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Kicking Bodies and Damning Souls: The Danger of Harming ‘Innocent’ Individuals While Punishing ‘Delinquent’ States
 Erskine, Toni.

Killing (Civilians) to Win? Some Preliminary Evidence on the Military Effectiveness of Civilian Victimization in War
 Downes, Alexander.
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Killing Campaigns: A Comparative Study of Mass Violence in War
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Killing Civilians: Thinking the Practice of War
 Zehfuss, Maja.
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Kirkuk (Iraqi Kurdistan) – Legitimacy Contests Sans Sovereignty

Knowing Your Enemy: Information and Ethnic Civil War Duration
 Kirschner, Shanna.
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Knowledge Networks and the Practice of Financial Governance: Explaining Emphasis and Neglect

Knowledge Production and Democracy in the Codex Alimentarius Commission: Productive Power in WTO Law
 Bushey, Douglas.
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Knowledge Production and Political Decision Making: A Framework for Analyzing the Role of International Relations in Socio-Ecological Systems
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Knowledge in Sheep's Clothing: How Science Informs American Diplomacy
 Chalecki, Elizabeth.

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Labor Activists and the World Social Forum: Challenging Neoliberalism, Building International Labor Solidarity, and Strengthening Labor-Community Alliances
 Reese, Ellen. and Chase-Dunn, Christopher.

Labor Immigration to Russia: A New Problem of the New Century
 Yudina, Tatiana.

Labor Migration in a North-American Context: The Violence of Development and the Migration/Insecurities Nexus

Labor Mobility of Peruvian Domestic Workers in Santiago, Chile
 Alman, Lana.

Labor Rights and Economic Globalization
 Eren, Ozen.
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Labour and the Transformation of East Asian Capitalism: A Regional View
 Gray, Kevin.

Lame Duckes or Fighting Fowl? Term Limits, Election Cycles, and Conflict Behavior
 Koch, Michael. and Kuberski, Douglas.
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Language Games and Power Relations in the Commercialization of Airport Security in the European Union
 van Brakel, Rosamunde.

Language of Inclusion and Exclusion: Negotiating Boundaries in Central Europe
 Vrdoljak, Ana. and Csergo, Zsuzsa.

Late Capitalism and the World Social Forum: Social Movement Resistance in the 21st Century
 Funke, Peter.

Latin America Between Non-Proliferation and Disarmament
 Herz, Monica.
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Latin America: Crisis of Governance and Security
 Benitez-Manaut, Raul.

Law Adrift: The Contestation of Fundamental Institutions in the Politics of International Law
 Nankivell, Justin.

Law and Politics in Transnational Judicial Governance
 Whytock, Christopher.
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Law, Space, and Practices of Exception
 Basaran, Tugba.

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Maastricht and Motivations: An Empirical Lever for Understanding European Integration
 Gaubatz, Kurt.
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Madagascar's Biodiversity Conservation Challenge: From Local- to National-Level Dynamics
 Rabesahala Horning, Nadia.
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