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A bargaining framework for explaining international water rights conflicts: The case of the Euphrates and Tigris
Press coverage of the enlargement of the European Union and public opinion in the United Kingdom and France: A cross-national comparative study of the first- and second-level agenda-setting and priming effects
Dueling perceptions: British and Egyptian interactions, 1882--1919
Taiwan in cross-Strait relations: 1987--2004
The Texas-Mexico water dispute and its resolution (?): Agricultural liquid and land practice and discourse along the Rio Conchos, Chihuahua, 1990--2005
The role of American political culture in the development of the U.S.-Israel "special relationship" and the lost opportunities for achieving Middle East peace
Unveiling the rhetoric of torture: Abu Ghraib and American national identity
Haiti and the U.S.: African American emigration and the recognition debate
The "toughness conundrum": Contemporary mainstream media images of women in the public sphere during the "War on Terror"
The ties that bind: Norms, networks, information, and the organization of political violence
Pacific dreams: The Institute of Pacific Relations and the struggle for the mind of Asia
Maintaining the empire: Diplomacy and education in U.S.-Ecuadorian relations, 1933-1963
Ramparts of empire: India's north-west frontier and British imperialism, 1919-1947
Equity in the context of bilateral, international water allocation treaties in arid regions: An interdisciplinary, transformative approach to conflict resolution
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