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

ARTICLES

  • Akhtar, Nasreen, “Pakistan and US Partnership: Cost or Benefit?” 4:7.
  • Çancı, Haldun and Şevket Serkan Şen, “The Gulf War and Turkey: Regional Changes and their Domestic Effects (1991-2003),” 1:41.
  • Dobransky, Steve, “The United Arab Emirates and the Black Pearl Model of Economic Development,” 2:45.
  • Feng, Xingyuan, Christer Ljungwall, and Sujian Guo, “Reinterpreting the Chinese Miracle,” 1:7.
  • Graalfs, Ulrike, “The Georgian-Abkhaz Dialog and Second Track Diplomacy,” 2:35.
  • Indurthy, Rathnam, “The Obama Administration’s Strategy in Afghanistan,” 3:7.
  • Kasymov, Shavkat, “Water Resource Disputes: Conflict and Cooperation in Drainage Basins,”3:81.
  • Tyler, Aaron, “Encounters with Zionism: A Ripened Vision for Peacemaking?” 1:67
  • Vaish, Varun, “Negotiating the India-Pakistan Conflict in Relation to Kashmir,” 3:53.
  • Venturi, Bernardo, “Civil Society Organizations and Conflict Resolution: Moldova-Transnistria,” 2:7.
  • Villán Durán, Carlos, “Civil Society Organizations Contribution to the Human Right to Peace,” 4:59.
  • Ward, Thomas J., “Al Qaeda and the Ku Klux Klan,” 4:33.

BOOKS REVIEWED

  • Dhillon, Navtej and Tarik Yousef, eds., Generation in Waiting: The Unfilled Promise of Young People in the Middle East, 1:98.
  • Fortna, Virginia Page, Does Peacekeeping Work? Shaping Belligerents’ Choices After Civil War, 1:88.
  • Friedman, Thomas L. and Michael Mandelbaum, That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back, 4:134.
  • Fuller, Graham E., The New Turkish Republic: Turkey as a Pivotal State in the Muslim World, 2:85.
  • Harbeson, John W. and Donald Rothchild, Africa in World Politics: Reforming Political Order, 2:92.
  • Huda, Qamar-ul, ed., Crescent and Dove: Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam, 4:131.
  • Hughes, Solomon, War on Terror, Inc.: Corporate Profiteering from the Politics of Fear, 3:111, 3:115.
  • Kahane, Adam, Power and Love: A Theory of Practice and Social Change, 1:91.
  • Kwak, Tae-Hwan and Seung-Ho Joo, eds., Peace Regime Building on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asian Security Cooperation, 2:88.
  • Paffenholz, Thania, ed., Civil Society & Peacebuilding: A Critical Assessment, 1:85.
  • Rynne, Terrance J., Gandhi and Jesus: The Saving Power of Nonviolence, 2:100.
  • Savir, Uri, Peace First: A New Model to End War, 1:94.
  • Schbas, William A., Genocide in International Law: The Crime of Crimes, 2:96.
  • Senese, Paul D. and John A. Vasquez,  The Steps to War: An Empirical Study, 4:127.
  • Terrar, Edward Toby, Liberation Theology Along the Potomac: Labor’s Golden Rule in Early American Catholicism, 3:119.

REVIEWERS

  • Anders, Tisa M., 2:101.
  • Anderson, Gordon L., 4:134.
  • Barry, Mark P., 1:88.
  • Buffton, Deborah D., 3:115.
  • Dobransky, Steve, 3:111.
  • Dyck, Korey, 2:85.
  • Fox, Michael Allen, 2:94.
  • Hallward, Maia Carter, 1:85, 2:88.
  • Hrynkow, Christopher, 4:131.
  • Izbicki, Michael, 4:127.
  • Magnarella, Paul J., 1:96.
  • Pomerleau, Claude, 1:92.
  • Richards, Dean, 3:119.
  • Ross, Karen, 2:98.
  • Thomas, T. Mathai, 1:100.
  • Van Hook, Stephanie Nichole, 2:91.


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