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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs

Volume 87, Number 5, 1 September 2011

Contributors
pp. 3-5(3)

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Abstracts
pp. 7-11(5)

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Erratum
pp. 12-12(1)

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Fred Halliday, John Vincent and the idea of progress in International Relations
pp. 1045-1050(6)
Authors: COX, MICHAEL; RENGGER, NICHOLAS

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Halliday's revenge: revolutions and International Relations
pp. 1067-1085(19)
Author: LAWSON, GEORGE

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Fred Halliday, Marxism and the Cold War
pp. 1107-1122(16)
Author: COX, MICHAEL

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Social conflict and the global Cold War
pp. 1123-1140(18)
Author: SAULL, RICHARD

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Human rights in a global ecumene
pp. 1205-1218(14)
Authors: REUS‐SMIT, CHRISTIAN

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Philosophy and International Relations
pp. 1219-1228(10)
Author: LEBOW, RICHARD NED

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Book reviews
pp. 1229-1278(50)

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