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  • Gary (1997-03)
    This article explores how China's military exercises influenced the campaigns of the candidates in Taiwan's first presidential election in March 1996. It draws on our understanding of election campaigning in the West to ...
  • Elias, Anwen; Scully, Roger (2008-02-01)
    The third election to the devolved National Assembly for Wales (NAW) took place on 3 May 2007. The election produced a result that was, on the surface at least, wholly unremarkable. The governing Labour Party, against a ...
  • Hidemi (1984-04-01)
    In his recent Review article, ‘Do general rules of international law exist?’, Lowe states that there are at least two interpretations of the nature of customary international law.1 In the following, I shall attempt to ...
  • Williams, Owain David (2012-12)
    To date, much of the academic and policy literature has focused on the impact of intellectual property rights (IPRs) on the governance of access to medicine, and in relation to various property rights associated with the ...
  • Mughan, Anthony; Scully, Roger (1997-09)
  • Gol, Ayla (ISIS, Istanbul, 2001)
    The analysis of Caucasian politics has generally been based on the classical assumption that the geostrategic importance of the region created the rivalry between the Persian, Ottoman and Russian empires. As a consequence ...
  • Abrahamsen, Rita (2003)
    Postcolonial theory is frequently dismissed as too theoretical and esoteric, and hence irrelevant to the study of contemporary African politics and society. This article challenges this dismissal of postcolonialism, and ...
  • Bergholm, Linnea (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2009)
    This thesis argues that regional-global collaborations for the protection of civilians can be understood through the lens of the collective legitimation function of international organisations. Such a perspective attempts ...
  • Alexander, Martin (2007-04)
    The historiography of the German defeat of France and her allies in 1940 has focused mainly on the first fortnight of what was a six-week campaign. Most writers have concentrated on either the German Wehrmacht's breakthrough ...
  • Hidemi (1999-09-01)
    In this article I attempt to reshape the agent-structure debate in International Relations which has become increasingly confused and fruitless. I do so by first rejecting two things — (1) the agent-structure dichotomy, ...
  • Rushton, Simon Berkeley (2010-11-06)
    Two assumptions underpin much of the literature that has examined the links between HIV/AIDS and security: (1) that HIV/AIDS is now firmly established as an international security issue; and (2) that Resolution 1308, adopted ...
  • Craig, Campbell; Logevall, Fredrik (Harvard University Press, 2009-10)
  • Foley, Michael (Oxford University Press, 2007-09-13)
    American society may be hostile to the thought of ideologies, but it possesses a sophisticated but little understood ability to engage in deep conflicts over political ideas, while at the same time reducing adversarial ...
  • Jeff (Taylor & Francis, 2011-09-02)
    On the eve of the invasion of Iraq, President G.W. Bush argued that if setting up democracy in Japan and Germany after WW II was successful, then it should also be successful in Iraq. This book provides a detailed comparison ...
  • Craig, Campbell (2009-01)
    The theory of Power Preponderance put forward by Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth is poised to replace structural balance-of-power theory as the leading American Realist interpretation of international politics. Power ...
  • Korosteleva-Polglase, E. A. (2008-03-31)
  • Pashakhanlou, Arash Heydarian (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2011)
    The anarchy assumption is based on the premise that there is no overarching central authority to govern states interaction and has long been a core assumption of the discipline of international relations. This dissertation ...
  • Otto, Daniela (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2008-09)
    An overemphasis on the tensions between the United States and Britain in the Middle East in the 1950s tends to obscure the fact that there also existed a close collaboration between them on the intelligence level. The aim ...
  • Martin; William J. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002-10-23)
    This collection of essays reviews the politico-military relationship between Britain and France between the two World Wars. As well as examining the relationship between the two nations' armed services, the book's contributors ...
  • Clark, Ian (2001-12)
    This collection of essays grapples, historically, with the complex issues involved in understanding system transformation. Often these transformations have taken the form of a shift along the spectrum of independence-cen ...

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