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

Volume 91, Number 4, 1 July 2015

Contributors
pp. iii-vi(4)

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Abstracts
pp. vii-xii(6)

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Living with nuclear hedging: the implications of Iran's nuclear strategy
pp. 687-707(21)
Authors: BOWEN, WYN; MORAN, MATTHEW

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Regional governance and legitimacy in South America: the meaning of UNASUR
pp. 781-797(17)
Authors: RIGGIROZZI, PÍA; GRUGEL, JEAN

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The Cambridge history of the First World War
pp. 851-860(10)
Author: SPENCE, J. E.

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Inventing truth and building power in Russia
pp. 861-869(9)
Authors: GOULD‐DAVIES, NIGEL

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The BRICS and the future of global order. By Oliver Stuenkel
pp. 878-879(2)
Author: Burges, Sean W.

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Rethinking Soviet communism. By Peter Shearman
pp. 903-905(3)
Author: Tismaneanu, Vladimir

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Erratum
pp. 930-930(1)

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Books reviewed July 2015
pp. 931-931(1)

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