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

o Anderson, Gordon L., “Democracy or Oligarchy? Regulating Financial Power,” 2:29.
o Braden, Susan, “Promoting Democracy Won’t Necessarily Promote Peace,” 1:3.
o Eland, Ivan, “The Way Out of Iraq: Decentralizing the Iraqi Government,” 1:39.
o Healey, Stephen, “Religion and Terror: A Post-9/11 Analysis,” 3:3.
o Looney, Robert E., “Middle East Reform Initiatives: A Stage Theory Perspective,” 3:13.
o Petrovsky, Vladimir, “Human Development and Human Security in Eurasia,” 4:17.
o Pokhariyal, Ganesh P., “Models for Understanding Social Problems in Slums,” 2:59.
o Ramirez, J. Martin, “Peace and Development in Africa,” 3:51.
o Roberts, David, “Empowering the Human Security Debate: Making it Meaningful,” 4:3.
o Ruf, Henry L., “Encounters and Responses: Sameness and Difference in World Religions,” 3:25.
o Solomon, Jr., Peter H., Vladimir Putin’s Quest for a Strong State,” 2:3.
o Yilmaz, Muzaffer Ercan, “UN Peacekeeping in the Post-Cold War Era,” 2:13.

o Anderson, Gordon L., Comment on “Promoting Democracy Won’t Necessarily Promote Peace,” 1:29.
o Bacharach, Burt, “At This Time,” 3:75.
o Kaplan, Morton A., Comment on “Middle East Reform Initiatives: A Stage Theory Perspective,” 1:35.
o Kaplan, Morton A., “A Conspiracy Theory of America’s Mideast Policy,” 4:77.

o Alperovitz, Gar, America Beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, and Our Democracy, 1:83.
o Anderson, Irvine H., Biblical Interpretation and Middle East Policy: The Promised Land, America, and Israel 1917-2002, 3:92.
o Cline, Eric H., Jerusalem Beseiged: From Ancient Canaan to Modern Israel, 3:92.
o Coppa, Frank J. ed., The Great Popes Through History: An Encyclopedia (2 vols), 2:81.
o Crocker, Chester A., Fen Osler Hampson, and Pamela Aall, Taming Intractable Conflicts: Mediation in the Hardest Cases, 3:87.
o Foblets, Marie-Claire and Trutz von Trotha, eds., Healing the Wounds: Essays on the Reconstruction of Societies After War, 1:89.
o Friedman, Thamas L., The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century, 3:81.
o Hayner, Priscilla B., Unspeakable Truths: Facing the Challenge of Truth Commissions, 1:86.
o Hoffman, Stanley and Frederic Bozo, Gulliver Unbound: America’s Imperial Temptation and the War in Iraq, 2:77.
o Hunt, Swanee, This Was Not Our War: Bosnian Women Reclaiming the Peace, 3:90.
o Junne, Gerd and Willemijn Verkoren, eds., Post-Conflict Development: Meeting New Challenges, 4:89.
o Langsford, Tom and Robert P. Watson, Debating the War on Terrorism, 2:84.
o Nanda, B.R., In Search of Gandhi: Essays and Reflections, 2:90.
o Seiple, Robert A. and Dennis R. Hoover, eds., Religion and Security: The New Nexus in International Relations, 2:87.

o Anders, Tisa M., 1:86, 3:87, 4:89.
o Gray, Kenneth R., 3:81.
o Laska, Vera, 2:81.
o Nagler, Michael, 2:90, 3:90.
o Struckmeyer, Fred, 2:87.
o Swazo, Norman N., 3:92.
o True, Michael, 1:83, 1:89.
o Zarzar, Rudolf T., 2:77, 2:84.


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