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Introduction: The Impact of the 'War on Terror' on Executive-Legislative Relations: A Global Perspective
Owens, John; Pelizzo, Riccardo
Congressional Acquiescence to Presidentialism in the US 'War on Terror'
Parliamentary Scrutiny and Oversight of the British 'War on Terror': From Accretion of Executive Power and Evasion of Scrutiny to Embarrassment and Concessions
Putin, Parliament, and Presidential Exploitation of the Terrorist Threat
Bipartisanship and Bicameralism in Australia's 'War on Terror': Forcing Limits on the Extension of Executive Power
Larkin, Phil; Uhr, John
Israel's Prolonged War against Terror: From Executive Domination to Executive-Legislative Dialogue
Friedberg, Chen; Hazan, Reuven
Nihil Novi Sub Sole? Executive Power, the Italian Parlamento and the 'War on Terror'
Reformasi and the Indonesian 'War on Terror': State, Military and Legislative-Executive Relations in an Emerging Democracy
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