(Entries follow this format: 3:14, namely, No. 3, p. 14.)

ARTICLES

* Anderson, Gordon L., “Global Governance After September 11, 2001,” 4:73.
* Byrne, Sean, “Transformational Conflict Resolution and the Northern Ireland Conflict,” 2:3.
* Camileri, Joseph A., “Globalization of Insecurity: The Democratic Imperative,” 4:3.
* Calhoun, Laurie, “Regarding War Realism,” 4:37.
* Healey, Stephen E., “Dialogue Among Civilizations: Possibilities After Huntington,” 1:7.
* Kando, Tom, “September 11: America and the World,” 4:69.
* Kaplan, Morton A., “Post-Postmodern Science and Religion,” 1:45.
* Lecuona, Rafael A. and Momayesi, Nasser, “Privatization in Costa Rica: Political and Economic Impact,” 2:23.
* Lopez-Garay, Hernan, “Dialogue Among Civilizations: What For?,” 1:15.
* Pietrzyk, Mark E., “Explaining the Post-Cold War Order: An International Society Approach,” 3:31.
* Redpath, Peter A., “Postmodern Science and Religion: A Critique,” 1:61.
* Rummel, R.J., “Eliminating Democide and War Through an Alliance of Democracies” 3:55.
* Rwantabagu, Hermenegilde, “Explaining Intra-State Conflicts in Africa: The Case of Burundi,” 2:41.
* Saunders, Harold H., “The Virtue of Sustained Dialogue Among Civilizations,” 1:35.
* Stover, William James, “American Leadership: Doubt and Suspicion in the Face of Power,” 4:63.
* Unruh, Jon D., “Postwar Land Dispute Resolution: Land Tenure and the Peace process in Mozambique,” 3:3.
* van der Giessen, Hans, “Dialogue Among Civilizations,” 1:3.

BOOKS REVIEWED

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Abramowitz, Morton, ed., Turkey’s Transformation and American Policy, 4:107.
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Chappell, David W., ed., Buddhist Peacework: Creating Cultures of Peace, 3:89.
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Charney, Israel W., ed., Encyclopedia of Genocide, 2:82.
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Forsythe, David P., The United States and Human Rights: Looking Inward and Outward, 2:86.
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Frei, Christoph, Hans J. Morgenthau: An Intellectual Biography, 3:82.
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Hopman, P. Terrence, The Negotiation Process and the Resolution of International Conflicts, 2:76.
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Joyner, Christopher C., Governing the Frozen Commons: The Antartic Regime and Environmental Protection, 2:70.
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Kimenyi, Mwangi S. and John Mukum Mbaku, Institutions and Collective Choice in Developing Countries,2:66.
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Kittrie, Nicholas N., Rebels With a Cause: The Minds and Morality of Politcal Offenders, 2:61.
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Marsden, Peter, The Taliban, War, Religion and the New Order in Afghanistan, 3:85.
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Mitchell, Gordon W., Strategic Deception: Rhetoric, Science, and Politics in Missile Defense Advocacy, 3:77.
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Mousalli, Ahmad S., The Islamic Quest for Democracy, Pluralism and Human Rights, 4:89.
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Price, Daniel E., Islamic Political Culture, Democracy, and Human Rights: A Comparative Study, 3:80.
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Renner, Michael, Ending Violent Conflict, 2:84.
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Richard Rosecrance, The Rise Of The Virtual State: Wealth And Power In The Coming Century, 4:101.
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Saunders, Harold H., A Public Peace Process: Sustained Dialogue to Transform Racial and Ethnic Conflicts, 1:103.
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Silk, Mark, Religion and American Politics: The 2000 Election in Context, 1:107.
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Wilkinson, M. James, Moving Beyond Conflict Prevention to Reconciliation: Tackling Greek-Turkish Hostility, 2:73.

REVIEWERS

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Anderson, Gordon L., 2:61.
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Bellucci, Stefano, 2:66.
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Bloom, Richard W., 3:77.
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Durkee, Abdullah Noorudeen, 4:89.
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Gorsevski, Ellen W., 2:86.
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Gray, Kenneth R., 4:101.
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Kaloudis, George, 2:73, 4:107.
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Laska, Vera, 2:70, 2:82, 3:85.
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Musambachime, M. G., 2:76.
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Simpson, Joe, 1:107.
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Wadlow, René V.L., 1:103, 3:80, 3:82, 3:89.
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Werner, Andrzej, 2:84.


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