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The United Nations: before, during and after 1945
WEISS, THOMAS G.
From ‘dystopia’ to ‘Ourtopia’: charting a future for global governance
The promise of pillar II: analysing international assistance under the Responsibility to Protect
Twenty‐first century UN peace operations: protection, force and the changing security environment
BELLAMY, ALEX J.; HUNT, CHARLES T.
WHO's next? Changing authority in global health governance after Ebola
Implications of climate change for the UN Security Council: mapping the range of potential policy responses
SCOTT, SHIRLEY V.
Introduction: the United Nations and targeted sanctions
CHARRON, ANDREA; GIUMELLI, FRANCESCO; PORTELA, CLARA
International sanctions before and beyond UN sanctions
Understanding United Nations targeted sanctions: an empirical analysis
The UN, regional sanctions and Africa
CHARRON, ANDREA; PORTELA, CLARA
Targeting sanctions and ending armed conflicts: first steps towards a new research agenda
ERIKSSON, MIKAEL; WALLENSTEEN, PETER
Towards a world police? The implications of individual UN targeted sanctions
The paradox of liberation: secular revolutions and religious counterrevolutions. By Michael Walzer
Churchill on the Far East in the Second World War: hiding the history of the ‘special relationship’. By Cat Wilson: Roosevelt, Churchill and the Baltic question: Allied relations during the Second World War. By Kaarel Piirimäe.
A sense of the enemy: the high‐stakes history of reading your rival's mind. By Zachary Shore
Need to know: eastern and western perspectives. Edited by Wladyslaw Bulhak and Thomas Wegener Friis
Private international law and global governance. Edited by Horatia Muir Watt and Diego P. Fernández Arroyo.
The promise and perils of populism: global perspectives. Edited by Carlos de la Torre: Populists in power. By Daniele Albertazzi and Duncan McDonnell: Populist parties in Europe: agents of discontent? By Stijn van Kessel
The British nuclear experience: the role of beliefs, culture, and identity. By John Baylis and Kristan Stoddart: Facing down the Soviet Union: Britain, the USA, NATO and nuclear weapons, 1976–83. By Kristan Stoddart.
The political impossibility of modern counterinsurgency: strategic problems, puzzles and paradoxes. By M. L. R. Smith and David Martin Jones.
The future of the euro. Edited by Matthias Matthijs and Mark Blyth.
Structural change and industrial development in the BRICS. Edited by Wim Naudé, Adam Szirmai and Nobuya Haraguchi.
Hall of mirrors: the Great Depression, the Great Recession, and the uses—and misuses—of history. By Barry Eichengreen.
Networks in contention: the divisive politics of climate change. By Jennifer Hadden.
Havel: a life. By Michael Zantovsky.
Institutional design and party government in post‐communist Europe. By Csaba Nikolenyi.
The Baltic: a history. By Michael North and translated by Kenneth Kronenberg.
The PKK: coming down from the mountains. By Paul White.
Russia and the new world disorder. By Bobo Lo.
Dilemmy Britanii: poisk putei razvitiia [Britain's dilemmas: the search for development paths]. Edited by A. A. Gromyko.
The last empire: the final days of the Soviet Union. By Serhii Plokhy.
Russia–China relations in the post‐crisis international order. By Marcin Kaczmarski.
Saudi Arabia in transition: insights on social, political, economic and religious change. Edited by Bernard Haykel, Thomas Hegghammer and Stéphane Lacroix: The other Saudis: Shiism, dissent and sectarianism. By Toby Matthiesen.
Ulrichsen, Kristian Coates
The iron cage of liberalism: international politics and unarmed revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa. By Daniel P. Ritter.
Africa rising? BRICS—diversifying dependency. By Ian Taylor.
Africa: why economists get it wrong. By Morten Jerven: Africa's new oil: power, pipelines and future fortunes. By Celeste Hicks: South Sudan: a slow liberation. By Edward Thomas.
Shaw, Timothy M.
Sexuality and social justice in Africa: rethinking homophobia and forging resistance. By Marc Epprecht.
Schmidt, Heike I.
The Arabs at war in Afghanistan. By Mustafa Hamid and Leah Farrall.
India's rise as an Asian power: nation, neighborhood, and region. By Sandy Gordon: Beyond South Asia: India's strategic evolution and the reintegration of the subcontinent. By Neil Padukone.
India–China borderlands: conversations beyond the centre. By Nimmi Kurian.
Maini, Tridivesh Singh
Maritime security in the Indo‐Pacific: perspectives from China, India, and the United States. Edited by Mohan Malik.
Incomplete democracies in the Asia‐Pacific: evidence from Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand. Edited by Giovanna Maria Dora Dore, Jae H. Ku and Karl D. Jackson.
Chinese hegemony: grand strategy and international institutions in east Asian history. By Feng Zhang.
The great wall of money: power and politics in China's international monetary relations. Edited by Eric Helleiner and Jonathan Kirshner.
American reckoning: the Vietnam War and our national identity. By Christian G. Appy.
The Obama doctrine: American grand strategy today. By Colin Dueck.
Reagan and Pinochet: the struggle over US policy toward Chile. By Morris Morley and Chris McGillion.
Brazil on the global stage: power, ideas, and the liberal international order. Edited by Oliver Stuenkel and Matthew M. Taylor.
Burges, Sean W.
Books reviewed November 2015
International Affairs Annual index: Vol. 91, 2015