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Early warning receptivity in the UN and US
Cooperation and development: The emergence of decentralized international cooperation at international organisations. A case study
Housing policy and participation: Law 341 in the city of Buenos Aires, 2000--2007
A case study of the role of multinational corporations in Sino-U.S. relations and international affairs
The morality of a U.S. preemptive strike on Iran's nuclear program: A just war analysis
Counter-narcotic strategy in Afghanistan: Internal implications and external lessons
Terrorism in the wake of the Cold War order
Relative peace in Iraq: A policy evaluation of the surge in troop levels
Banking on remittances: An analysis of Mexican migrants' banking and remittance sending behavior in the United States
Promoting the rule of law through civil society and human rights advocacy
U.S. aid: Helping others or helping themselves?
Playing nice: The costs and consequences of China's reassurance strategy in Southeast Asia
How Pyongyang's stance on the provision of light water reactors has evolved over the two North Korean nuclear crises
The end of the (peaceful development) road: Is the financial crisis endangering the China-Southeast Asia relationship?
Public attitudes toward domestic and national security spending, before and after September 11, 2001
Presidential limitations on the ethical uses of covert action
U.S. policy against the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group in the post 9/11 world
Cultural property in a global world: The trafficking of pre-Columbian objects from Peru in the U.S.
Shared sovereignty: Dealing with modern challenges to the sovereign state system
Muslim movements nurturing a cosmopolitan Muslim identity: The Ismaili and Gulen movement
Gender mainstreaming in the United Nations: A history, resource guide, and agenda for the future
How religious actors influence the politics of transitional justice: Truth recovery and reconciliation in South Africa and Guatemala
The art of diplomacy: The use of art in international relations
The Triple Border Area: A re-conceptualization of the problem and U.S. policy
'liberte, egalite, fraternite' and their practical effects on democracy promotion in Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus
Spreading democracy, supporting dictators: Pragmatism and ideology in U.S. foreign policy in the global War on Terror
Building a city on the hill: Can the church bring reconciliation to Rwanda?
The United Kingdom and the future of Europe
Directed or diffuse? Chinese human intelligence targeting of US defense technology
A network of nations: Why effective cybersecurity requires international collaboration
Democracy - is it appropriate for post-colonial developing countries?
The delicate balance: Gazprom and Russia's competing and complementary roles in 21st century international relations
Regional autonomy as a counterinsurgency tool for democratizing states: Case studies from Aceh, Papua, and Mindanao
Iraq and the theory of base politics: Cooley, institutionalism and culture
The impact of the Indian Formed Police Unit in the United Nations Mission in Liberia
Does intelligence oversight support or hinder counterinsurgency (COIN) and homeland defense operations?
American Muslims: A new Islamic discourse on religious freedom
Gender mainstreaming in transitional justice: Progress and persistent challenges in retributive and restorative processes
Is work in the agricultural sector more hazardous for child laborers in Ghana than work in other sectors?
Great Power responses to threat transitions and the legitimacy burden: U.S.-Soviet relations 1943--1950
Normative discourse and European security institutions
Friends indeed? Coalition burden sharing and the War in Iraq
Divested interests: Globalization and the new politics of exchange rates
Leveraging legitimacy in securing U.S. leadership: Normative dimensions of hegemonic authority
How superpowers go to war and why other states help them: The impact of asymmetric security interdependence on war coalition formation
The dilemma of religious freedom: A comparative analysis of religious liberty in Western and Islamic human rights instruments
Nationalism in international politics: The Republic of China's sports foreign policy-making and diplomacy from 1972 to 1981
Dealing with dormant and active threats: The strategy of South Korea toward China in the post Cold War era
Balancing power through the market: Government intervention in cross-border mergers & acquisitions
Trade policy and performance: Plant-level evidence from manufacturers
Unstoppable force: Why doesn't everyone have the bomb? And what Canada's answer means for world politics
Post-Soviet strategic alignment: The weight of history in the South Caucasus
Risk in American foreign military interventions
The cost of wiggle-room: On the use of flexibility in international trade agreements
The wages of principle and power: Cyrus R. Vance and the making of foreign policy in the Carter administration
The domestic politics of international norms: Factors affecting U.S. compliance with the Geneva Conventions
Who makes the rules? Why the United States succeeds or fails in shaping the global agenda
Strategies of statebuilding: Causes of success and failure in armed international statebuilding campaigns by liberal powers
Status immobility and systemic revisionism in rising great powers
Into the wind: The Kennedy Administration and the use of herbicides in South Vietnam
Borders, boundaries and justice: Toward a critical theory of cosmopolitics
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