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


  • Akhtar, Nasreen, “Polarized Politics: The Challenge of Democracy in Pakistan,” 2:31.
  • Angucia, Margaret, “Children and War in Africa: The Crisis Continues in Northern Uganda,” 3:77.
  • Baylouny, Anne Marie, “Fragmented Space and Violence in Palestine,” 3:39.
  • Benjamin, Dave, “Protecting the Protectors: NGO Action and the Responsibility to Protect,” 1:31.
  • Benjamin, Dave, “Last Resort: Bridging Protection and Prevention,” 4:37.
  • Ben-Meir, Alon, “Negotiating Strategy to Prevent a Nuclear Iran,” 1:69.
  • Hailu, Solomon, “A New Start for African Security,” 4:63.
  • Khan, Waheed A., “Domestic Legitimacy and International Conflict,” 3:7.
  • Kieh, George Klay, Jr., “The Roots of the Second Liberian War,”1:7.
  • Lappin, Richard, “Peacebuilding and the Promise of Transdisciplinarity,” 3:69.
  • Miller, Leon, “Religion’s Role in Creating National Unity,” 1:91.
  • Peonidis, Filinon, “Corresponding Citizens,” 1:51.
  • Reiffer-Flanagan, Barbara Ann, “Islamic Realpolitik: Two-Level Iranian Foreign Policy,” 4:7.
  • Torsti, Pilvi, “Segregated Education and Texts: A Challenge to Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” 2:65.
  • Yunker, James A., “Beyond Global Governance: Prospects for Global Government,” 2:7.


  • Anderson, Gordon L., “Comment on Religion’s Role in Creating National Unity,” 1:115.
  • Forje, Gina H., “Combatting Torture in Africa: A Call on Governments and Civil Society,” 3:97.


  • Arnson, Cynthia J. and I. William Zartman, Rethinking the Economics of War: The Intersection of Need, Creed, and Greed, 1:153.
  • Begag, Azouz, Ethnicity and Equality: France in the Balance, 1:139.
  • Bloch, Thomas M., Stand for the Best, 3:103.
  • Chirot, Daniel and Clark McCauley, Why Not Kill Them All? The Logic and Prevention of Mass Political Murder, 2:83.
  • Ellis, Deborah, Mud City, 3:107.
  • Ford, Richard Thompson, The Race Card: How Bluffing about Bias Makes Race Relations Worse, 1:149.
  • Fuller, Graham E., The New Turkish Republic: Turkey as a Pivotal State in the Muslim World, 1:145.
  • Hurwitz, Agnès with Reykio Huang, Civil War and the Rule of Law: Security, Development, Human Rights, 2:89.
  • Moss, Walter G., An Age of Progress?: Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces, 1:149.
  • Petritsch, Wolfgang and Christophe Solioz (eds)., Regional Cooperation in Southeast Europe and Beyond, 4:79.
  • Pilisuk, Marc with Jennifer Achord Rountree, Who Benefits from Global Violence and War: Uncovering a Destructive System, 4:82.
  • Snyder, Scott, China’s Rise and the Two Koreas: Politics, Economics, Security, 4:75.


  • Anders, Tisa M., 4:82.
  • Barry, Mark, 4:75.
  • Hamdan, Amani, 3:107.
  • Hill, Walter W., 1:153.
  • Jackson, Eric R., 1:149.
  • Muscambachime, Mwela C., 1:139.
  • Pomerlau, Claude, 2:89.
  • Steele, Rachel Ray, 2:83.
  • Thomas, T. Mathai, 3:103.
  • Wadlow, René, 1:145, 4:79.


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