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Books reviewed:

Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse and Beth A. Simmons, Handbook of International Relations.

Richard Shapcott, Justice, community, and dialogue in International Relations.

Arthur Lupia, Matthew D. McCubbins and Samuel L. Popkin, Elements of reason: cognition, choice and the bounds of rationality.

Daniel C. Thomas, The Helsinki effect: international norms, human rights, and the demise of communism.

Karen E. Smith and Margot Light, Ethics and foreign policy.

John H. Jackson, The jurisprudence of GATT and the WTO: insights on treaty law and economic relations.

Peter Ronayne, Never again?: the United States and the prevention and punishment of genocide since the Holocaust.

Samantha Power, ‘A problem from hell’: America and the age of genocide.

Michael Barnett, Eyewitness to a genocide: the United Nations and Rwanda.

Ann Marie Clark, Diplomacy of conscience: Amnesty International and changing human rights norms.

Sven Behrendt and Christian–Peter Hanelt, Bound to cooperate: Europe and the Middle East.

William Brown, The European Union and Africa: the restructuring of north–south relations.

Piero Gleijeses, Conflicting missions: Havana, Washington and Africa 1959–1976.

Dennis Kux, The United States and Pakistan, 1947–2000: disenchanted allies.

Ulrich Pfeil, Die DDR und der Westen: transnationale Beziehungen 1949–1989.

Gregory Rattray, Strategic warfare in cyberspace.

Adekeye Adebajo and Chandra Lekha Sriram, Managing armed conflicts in the 21st century.

Louise Olsson and Torunn L. Tryggestad, Women and international peacekeeping.

Caroline O. N. Moser and Fiona C. Clark, Victims, perpetrators or actors? Gender, armed conflict and political violence.

Charles S. Cogan, The third option: the emancipation of European defense, 1989–2000.

Kevin Wright, Arms control and security: the changing role of conventional arms control in Europe.

Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian, Propaganda and the public mind.

Dusan Kecmanovic, Ethnic times: exploring ethnonationalism in the former Yugoslavia.

Will Guy, Between past and future: the Roma of central and eastern Europe.

Fred Myers, The empire of things: regimes of value and material culture.

Jagdish Bhagwati, Free trade today.

Peter A. Hall and David Soskice, Varieties of capitalism: the institutional foundations of comparative advantage.

Alice H. Amsden, The rise of ‘the rest’: challenges to the west from late–industrializing economies.

Garry P. Sampson, The role of the World Trade Organization in global governance.

Bjorn Lomborg, The skeptical environmentalist: measuring the real state of the world.

Jeanne X. Kasperson and Roger E. Kasperson, Global environmental risk.

Neville Wylie, European neutrals and non–belligerents during the Second World War.

Percy Cradock, Know your enemy: how the Joint Intelligence Committee saw the world 1945–1968.

Peter Hennessy, The secret state: Whitehall and the Cold War.

David P. Calleo, Rethinking Europe’s future.

Larry Siedentop, Democracy in Europe.

Martin A. Smith and Graham Timmins, Building a bigger Europe: EU and NATO enlargement in comparative perspective.

Geoffrey Pridham and Attila Ágh, Prospects for democratic consolidation in East Central Europe.

Saadia Touval, Mediation in the Yugoslav wars.

Helga Haftendorn, Deutsche Aussenpolitik zwischen Selbstbeschränkung und Selbstbehauptung.

Neil Robinson, Russia: a state of uncertainty.

Yves Boyer and Isabelle Facon, La politique de sécurité de la Russie: entre continuityé et rupture.

Harir Dekmejian and Hovann Simonian, The troubled waters: the geopolitics of the Caspian region.

Geneive Abdo, No God but God: Egypt and the triumph of Islam.

Richard B. Parker, The October War: a retrospective.

Michael Schatzberg, Political legitimacy in middle Africa: father, family, food.

Goran Hyden, Dele Olowu and Okoth Ogendu, African perspectives on governance.

Tunde Zack–Williams, Diane Frost and Alex Thomson, Africa in crisis: new challenges and possibilities.

Mark Huband, The skull beneath the skin.

Thomas Callaghy, Ronald Kassimir and Robert Latham, Intervention and transnationalism in Africa: global–local networks of power.

J. Stephen Morrison and Jennifer Cooke, Africa policy in the Clinton years: critical choices for the Bush administration

Document Type: Book Review

Publication date: 2002-07-01

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