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

ARTICLES

  • Ben-Meir, Alon, “Israel’s Response to a Nuclear Iran,” 1:61.
  • Ben-Meir, Yossef, “Morocco’s Regionalization ‘Roadmap’ and the Western Sahara,” 2:63.
  • Guo, Sujian and Gary A. Stradiotto, “Transitional Modes of Democratization and Democratic Outcomes,” 4:5.
  • Hamati-Ataya, Inanna, “Paths Not Taken: A Retrospective Systemic Reading of Post-Soviet International Alternatives,” 3:7.
  • Haque, Muhammad and Rathnam Indurthy, “The Kashmir Conflict: Why It Defies Soultion,” 1:9.
  • Imai, Kunihiko, “Internal Versus External Requisites of Democracy,” 3:49.
  • Indurthy, Rathnam and Muhammah Haque, “The Kashmir Conflict: Why It Defies Soultion,” 1:9.
  • Kanet, Roger, “Projections About a Post-Soviet World—Twenty-Five Years Later,” 3:31.
  • Kaplan, Morton A., “Postscript on the Soviet Crisis and US-Russia Relations,” 3:43.
  • Khmelko, Irina and Krista E. Wiegand, “Government Repression in Ethnic Conflict: Institutional Incentives and Cultural Legacies,” 2:7.
  • Shahrouri, Nahla, “Does a Link Exist Between Democracy and Terrorism?” 4:41.
  • Stradiotto, Gary A. and Sujian Guo, “Transitional Modes of Democratization and Democratic Outcomes,” 4:5.
  • Wiegand, Krista E. and Irina Khmelko, “Government Repression in Ethnic Conflict: Institutional Incentives and Cultural Legacies,” 2:7.
  • Yilmaz, Muzaffer Ercan, “Past Hurts and Relational Problems in the Cyprus Conflict,” 2:35.

COMMENTARY

  • Akhtar, Nasreen, “A Response to ‘The Kashmir Conflict,’ ” 1:45.
  • Indurthy, Rathnam, “Rejoinder to Akhtar’s Comments on Kashmir,” 1:55.
  • Forje, Gina H., “Combatting Torture in Africa: A Call on Governments and Civil Society,” 3:97.

BOOKS REVIEWED

  • Dower, Nigel, The Ethics of War and Peace: Cosmopolitan and Other Views, 3:98.
  • Doyle, Michael, Striking First: Preemption and Prevention in International Conflict, 4:79.
  • Enders, Walter and Todd Sandler, The Political Economy of Terrorism, 4:90.
  • Fair, Christine, The Madrassah Challenge: Militancy and Religious Education in Pakistan, 4:94.
  • Fletcher, George P. and Jens David Ohlin, Defending Humanity: When Force Is Justified and Why, 4:86.
  • Lind, Jennifer, Sorry States: Apologies in International Politics, 1:79.
  • Maloney, Susan, Iran’s Long Reach: Iran as a Pivotal State in the Muslim World, 2:87.
  • Miller, Benjamin, States, Nations, and the Great Powers: The Sources of Regional War and Peace, 3:93.
  • Mintz, Steven and John Stauffer, eds., The Problem of Evil: Slavery, Freedom, and the Ambiguities of American Reform, 3:96.
  • Norris, Jim, North for the Harvest: Mexican Workers, Growers, and the Sugar Beet Industry, 1:84.
  • Powers, Janet M., Blossoms on the Olive Tree: Israeli and Palestinian Women Working for Peace, 2:90.
  • Rochester, J. Martin, Fundamental Principles of International Relations, 3:89.
  • Smith, David Whitten and Elizabeth Geraldine Burr, Understanding World Religions: A Road Map for Justice and Peace, 4:99.
  • Wilber, Ken, A Brief History of Everything, 1:89.
  • Zangana, Haifa, City of Windows: An Iraqi Woman’s Account of War and Resistance, 2:94.

REVIEWERS

  • Anders, Tisa M., 1:84, 2:94, 3:96.
  • Anderson, Gordon L., 3:89.
  • Argon, Kemal, 4:90, 94.
  • Dobransky, Steve, 1:79, 4:81.
  • Hastings, Tom, 2:90.
  • Hrynkow, Christopher, 3:98.
  • Kando, Tom, 1:89.
  • Kavalski, Emilian, 3:93.
  • Kealhofer, Leslie, 2:87.
  • Lay, William D., 4:86.
  • Nagabhushan, Prathiba, 4:99.

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