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Books reviewed:

Bruce Russett and John R. Oneal, Triangulating peace: democracy, interdependence, and international organizations

Robert M. A. Crawford and Darryl S. L. Jarvis, (eds.) International Relations: still an American social science? Toward diversity in international Thought

Charlotte Hooper, Manly states: masculinities, International Relations, and gender politics

Richard A. Falk, Human rights horizons: the pursuit of justice in a globalizing world

Simon Caney and Peter Jones, (eds.) Human rights and global diversity

Jean-Marc Coicaud and Daniel Warner, (eds.) Ethics and international affairs: extent and limits

Elazar Barkan, The guilt of nations: restitution and negotiating historical injustices

Richard Little and Mark Wickham-Jones, (eds.) New Labour's foreign policy: a new moral crusade?

Robert L. Maddex, International encyclopedia of human rights: freedoms, abuses, and reform

W. Andy Knight, (ed.) Adapting the United Nations to a post-modern era: lessons learned

Malcolm Dando, The new biological weapons: threat, proliferation, and control

J. Cirincione, (ed.) Repairing the regime: preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction

Avery Goldstein, Deterrence and security in the twenty-first century: China, Britain, France and the enduring legacy of the nuclear revolution

I. William Zartman, (ed.) Preventive negotiation: avoiding conflict escalation

Leon V. Sigal, Hang separately: cooperative security between the United States and Russia 1985-1994

Cecilia Albin, Justice and fairness in international negotiation

G. R. Berridge and Alan James, A dictionary of diplomacy

Neal Lawson and Neil Sherlock, (eds.) The progressive century: the future of the centre-left in Britain

John Rentoul, Tony Blair: Prime Minister

Bertrand Badie, The imported state: the Westernization of the political order

Justin Lewis, Constructing public opinion: how political elites do what they like and why we seem to go along with it

Catherine Eschle, Global democracy, social movements and feminism

Catharin E. Dalpino, Deferring democracy: promoting openness in authoritarian regimes

James G. McGann and R. Kent Weaver, Think-tanks and civil societies

Jim MacLaughlin, Reimagining the nation-state: the contested terrains of nation-building

Justin Rosenberg, The follies of globalisation theory: polemical essays

Allen J. Scott, Global city-regions: trends, theory, policy

Robert Gilpin, Global political economy: understanding the international economic order

Rorden Wilkinson, Multilateralism and the World Trade Organization: the architecture and extension of international trade regulation

Edward M. Graham., Fighting the wrong enemy: antiglobal activists and multinational enterprises

John J. Kirton, Joseph P. Daniels and Andreas Freytag., (eds.) Guiding global order: Ggovernance in the twenty-first century

Mauro F. Guillén, The limits of convergence: globalization and organizational change in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain

Neil Middleton and Phil O'Keefe, Redefining sustainable development

Adrian Leftwich, States of development: on the primacy of politics in development

Alex Danchev and Daniel Todman, (eds.) War diaries 1939-1945: Field Marshall Lord Alanbrooke

Herbert P. Bix, Hirohito and the making of modern Japan

Lawrence Freedman, Kennedy's wars: Berlin, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam

Rolf Steininger, Der Mauberbau: die Westmåchte und Adenauer in der Berlinkrise 1958-1963

Peter L. Hahn and Mary Ann Heiss, Empire and revolution: the United States and the Third World since 1945

Bo Stråth, (ed.) Europe and the other and Europe as the other

Paul Gillespie, (ed.) Blair's Britain, England's Europe: a view from Ireland

Rory O'Donnell, Europe: the Irish experience

Gerald Schneider and Mark Aspinwall, (eds.) The rules of integration: institutionalist approaches to the study of Europe

Marcus Höreth, Die Europäische Union im Legitimationstrilemma: Zur Rechtfertigung des Regierens jenseits der Staatlichkeit

Robert J. Guttman, (ed.) Europe in the new century: visions of an emerging superpower

Hans Arnold, Europa neu Denken:Warum und Wie Weiter Einigung?

Miron Rezun, Europe's nightmare: the struggle for Kosovo

Archie Brown, (ed.) Contemporary Russian politics: a reader

Alena Ledeneva, Unwritten rules: how Russia really works

Charles King, The Mol
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Document Type: Book Review

Publication date: October 1, 2001

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