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

Volume 92, Number 2, 1 March 2016

Contributors
pp. iii-v(3)

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Abstracts
pp. vii-xii(6)

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LORD ROPER (1935–2016)
pp. xiii-xiii(1)

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Reintroducing women, peace and security
pp. 249-254(6)
Authors: KIRBY, PAUL; SHEPHERD, LAURA J.

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Gender as national interest at the UN Security Council
pp. 255-273(19)
Author: BASU, SOUMITA

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Gendering normative power Europe: lessons of the Women, Peace and Security agenda
pp. 293-312(20)
Authors: GUERRINA, ROBERTA; WRIGHT, KATHARINE A. M.

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Queering women, peace and security
pp. 313-332(20)
Author: HAGEN, JAMIE J.

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The futures past of the Women, Peace and Security agenda
pp. 373-392(20)
Authors: KIRBY, PAUL; SHEPHERD, LAURA J.

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The Responsibility to Protect at 15
pp. 415-434(20)
Author: THAKUR, RAMESH

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Australia and the bomb. By Christine M. Leah
pp. 471-472(2)
Author: Futter, Andrew

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Books reviewed March 2016
pp. 507-507(1)

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