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

o Al-Lamky, Asya, “Modernization and Child Neglect in Oman: Trends and Implications,” 3:43.
o Balestrieri, Elizabeth Brownell, “Abu Ghraib Prison Abuse and the Rule of Law,” 4:3.
o Ben-Meir, Jason, “Create a New Era of Western-Islamic Cooperation by Supporting Community Development,” 1:43.
o Chamberlin, Paul F., “Cultural Dimensions of Korean Unification: Building a Unified Society,” 3:3.
o Davies, Anthony, “The Role of Religion in the Economy,”2:37.
o Kahn, Alan R. and Kris Austen Radcliffe, “The Master We Serve: The Gene and the Meme in Human Affairs,” 1:61.
o O’Sullivan, John, “The Role of the Media at a Time of Global Crisis,” 4:69.
o Philips, Gerald L., “Can There Be “Music for Peace?,” 2:63.
o Radcliffe, Kris Austen and Alan R. Kahn, “The Masters We Serve: The Gene and the Meme in Human Affairs,” 1:61.
o Stover, William James, “Preemptive War: Implications of the Bush and Rumsfeld Doctrines,” 1:3.
o Stradiotto, Gary A., “Democratizing Iraq: Regime Transition and Economic Development in Comparative Perspective,” 2:3.
o Swazo, Norman, “Primacy or World Order: The New Pax Americana,” 1:15.
o Swazo, Norman, “The Duty of Congress to Check the President’s Prerogative in National Security Policy,” 4:21.
o Ward, Thomas J., “Adam Smith’s Views on Religion and Social Justice,” 2:43.

o Ben-Mier, Alon, “The Intifadah Four Years Later,” 3:55.
o Kaplan, Morton A., “World Order vs. Realism: A False Dichotomy,” 1:39.
o van der Giessen, Hans, “Commentary on the Duty of Congress,” 4:63.

o Anderson, Gordon L., Philosophy of the United States: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, 3:74.
o Brett, Rachel, and Irma Specht, Young Soldiers: Why They Choose to Fight, 4:90.
o Condé, H. Victor, A Handbook of International Human Rights Terminology (Second Edition), 3:78.
o Davies, John and Edward (Edy) Kaufman, Second Track/Citizens’ Diplomacy: Concepts and Techniques for Conflict Transformation, 3:82.
o Eland, Ivan, The Empire Has No Clothes: U.S. Foreign Policy Exposed, 3:69.
o Koren, Yehuda, and Eilat Negev, In Our Hearts We Were Giants: The Remarkable Story of the Lilliput Troupe—A Dwarf Family’s Survival of the Holocaust, 4:87.
o Kreisberg, Louis, Constructive Conflicts: From Escalation to Resolution, 1:92.
o Rees, Stuart, Passion for Peace: Exercising Power Creatively, 3:90.
o Rittner Carol, et. al., Genocide in Rwanda: Complicity of the Churches, 2:75.
o Robinson, William I., A Theory of Global Capitalism: Production, Class, and State in a Transnational World, 2:81.
o Smith, J.W., Cooperative Capitalism: A Blueprint for Global Peace and Prosperity, 3:86.
o Ward, Thomas J., Development, Social Justice and Civil Society: An Introduction to the Political Economy of NGOs, 4:84.
o Wenger, Andreas and Daniel Möckli, Conflict Prevention: The Untapped Potential of the Business Sector, 1:89.
o Williams, Robin M., The Wars Within: Peoples and States in Conflict, 4:81.
o Woodward, Bob, Plan of Attack, 2:86.

o Anders, Tisa M., 1:89, 3:82.
o Anderson, Gordon L., 3:69.
o Cleven, Eric, 1:92.
o Gray, Kenneth R., 2:81.
o Laska, Vera, 4:87.
o Massoud, Mark, 3:78.
o Matias, Shryl Topp, 4:81, 4:90.
o Mcgregor, Sue, 3:86.
o Musambachime, Mwelwa C., 2:86.
o Rubenstein, Richard L., 2:75.
o Swazo, Norm, 3:74.
o Wadlow, René V.L., 4:84.


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