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

ARTICLES
* Anderson, Gordon L., “Toward Economic Democracy,” 1:3.
* Ehrenfeld, Daniel, Shira Yael Kogut, and Hilary Hove, “Aid Conditionality and the Peace Process: An Analysis of its Implementation,” 4:59.
* Kisangani, Emizet F., “Conflict in the Democratic Government of the Congo: A Mosaic of Insurgent Groups,” 3:51.
* Healey, Stephen, “Max Stackhouse’s Concept of Religios Reason and the Plaint of the Rest,”2:15.
* Kaloudis, George, “Why Global Transformation and Not Globalization,” 2:3.
* Kim, Youngho, “The Great Powers in Peaceful Korean Reunification,” 3:3.
* Lenaghan, Michael J., “HIV/AIDS: Menace and Metaphor,” 2:85.
* Mansourov, Alexander Y., “North Korea is Poised the Cross the Nuclear Rubicon: Will the Canary Die in the Mine?” 3:17.
* Murithi, Tim, “Rethinking the United Nations System: Prospects for a World Federation of Nations” 4:3.
* Nakano, Tamotsu, “A Grand Design for Northeast Asia,” 3:37.
* Ohanyan, Anna, “Nationalism in a Globalizing Context: Governance Focused Intervention in the Developing World,” 1:29.
* Petrovsky, Vladimir, “An Interreligious Council at the UN: UN Charter Possibilities and Constraints,” 4:49.
* Pokhariyal, G.P. and Rose K. Muthuri, “Strategic Measures to Curb Crime Rates in Nairobi,” 1:55.
* Quinlivan, Gary and Antony Davies, “Ethical Development and the Impact of Globalization,” 2:39.
* Reece, John W., “Comment on Toward Economic Democracy” 1:23.
* Savage, Timothy L., “China’s Policy Toward North Korea,” 3:29.
* Shreve, Bradley G., “The US, the USSR, and Space Exploration 1957-1963,” 2:67.
* Venter, Albert, “Reform of the United Nations’ Security Council: A Comment on the South African Position,” 4:29.

BOOKS REVIEWED

* Adebajo, Adekeye and Chandra Lekha Sriram, eds., Managing Armed Conflicts in the Twenty-First Century, 2:97.
* Antoun, Richard T., Understanding Fundamentalism: Christian, Islamic, and Jewish Movements, 1:83.
* Boren, David L. and Edward J. Perkins, eds., Democracy, Morality and the Search for Peace in America’s Foreign Policy, 3:84.
* Brown, D. Clayton, Globalization and America Since 1945, 3:84.
* Burgess, S.F., The United Nations Under Boutros Boutros-Ghali, 1:89.
* Diamond, Louise., The Courage for Peace, 4:105.
* Evangelista, Matthew, The Chechen Wars: Will Russia Go the Way of the Soviet Union? 4:97.
* Gertz, Bill, Breakdown: The Failure of American Intelligence to Defeat Global Terror, 2:100.
* Henderson, E.A., Democracy and War: The End of an Illusion, 1:93.
* Kapur, Harish, Diplomacy of India: Then and Now, 1:90.
* Kittrie, Nicholas, Rodrigo Carazo, and James Mancham, The Future of Peace in the Twenty-First Century, 3:81.
* Krieger, David and Daisaku Ikeda, Choose Hope: Your Role in Waging Peace in a Nuclear Age, 3:92.
* Nagler, Michael N., Is there No Other Way? A Search for a Non-Violent Future, 1:85.
* O’Sullivan, Meghan L., Shrewd Sanctions: Statecraft and State Sponsors of Terrorism, 3:89.
* van Tongeren, Paul, Hans van de Veen, and Juliette Verhoven, Searching for Peace in Europe and Eurasia: On Overview of Conflict Prevention and Peacbuilding Activities, 4:101.

REVIEWERS

* Anders, Tisa M., 1:88.
* Anderson, Gordon L., 2:100.
* Dyson, Graham, 4:97.
* Huff, Peter A., 1:84.
* Jackson, Eric R., 3:84.
* Kaloudis, George, 1:89, 1:93.
* Matias, Shryl Topp, 3:89.
* Moll, Jennifer, 4:101.
* Musambachime, Mwelwa C., 2:97.
* Wadlow, René V.L., 1:90, 3:81, 3:92, 4:105.


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