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   Vol.81 N 4  2005

1. Whitman R. No and after: options for Europe - P.673-688

2. Bogdanor V. Footfalls echoing in the memory. Britain and Europe: the historical perspective - P.689-702

3. Smith J. A missed opportunity? New Labour's European policy 1997-2005 - P.703-722

4. Maull H.W. Europe and the new balance of global order - P.775-800

5. Janning J. Leadership coalitions and the change: the role of states in the Europan Union - P.821-834


Vol.82 N 1  2006

1. Hurrell A. Hegemony, liberalism and global order: what space for would-be great powers? - P.1-20

2. Soares de Lima M.R. and Hirst M. Brazil as an intermediate state and regional power: action, choise and responsibilities - P.21-40

3. Dunn D.H. "Quacking like a duck"? Bush II and presidential power - P.95-120

4. Bellamy A.J. No pain, no gain? Torture and ethics in the war  on terror - P.121-148

5. Richmond O.P. Shared sovereignte and the politics of peace: evaluating the EU's "catalytic" framework in the eastern Mediterranean - P.149-176


Vol.82 N 3  2006

1. Lebow R.N. Fear, interest and honour: outlines of a theory of international relations - P.431-448

2. Bain W. In praise of folly: international administration and the corruption of humanity - P.525-538

3. Kennedy-Pipe C. and Rengger N. Apocalypse now? Continuities or disjunctions in world politics after 9/11 - P.539-552

4. Mazover M. An international civilization? Empire, internationalism and the crisis of the mid-twentieth century - P.553-566


Vol.82 N 5  2006

1. Christoff P. Post-Kyoto? Post-Bush? Towards an effective 'climate coalition of the willing' - P.831-861

2. Bahgat G. Europe's energy security: challenges and opportunities - P.961-977


Vol.82 N 6  2006

1. Forster A. Breaking the covenant: governance of the British army in the twenty-first century - P.1043-1059

2. Edmunds T. What are armed forces for? The changing nature of military roles in Europe - P.1059-1077

3. Buzan B. Will the 'global war on terrorism' be the new Cold War? - P.1101-1119

4. Azzam M. Islamism revisited - P.1119-1133

Review article

5. Hall I. World government and empire: the international historian as theorist - P.1155-1167


Vol.83 N 1  2007

1. Brighton Sh. British Muslims, multiculturalism and UK foreign policy: 'integration' and 'cohesion' in and beyond the state - P.1-19

2. Dunn D.H. 'Real men want to go to Tehran': Bush, pre-emption and the Iranian nuclear challenge - P.19-39

3. S. Yost D. NATO and the anticipatory use of force - P.39-69

4. Grugel J., Riggirozzi M.P. The return of the state in Argentina - P.87-109

5. Slim H. Geneva's future: reflections on the role of a values-based city - P.109-127

6. Hurrell A. One world? Many worlds? The place of regions in the study of international society - P.127-147


Vol.83 N 2  2007

1. G. Whitman R. Europe's next steps - P.227-231

2. Rosamond B. European integration and the social science of EU studies: the disciplinary politics of a subfield - P.231-253

3. O'Donnell C.M., G. Whitman R. European policy under Gordon Brown: perspectives on a future prime minister - P.253-273

4. Kaldor M., Martin M., Selchow S. Human security: a new strategic narrative for Europe - P.273-289


Vol.83 N 4  2007

1. Niblett R. Choosing between America and Europe: a new context for British foreign policy - P.627-643

2. Cox M. Is the United States in decline - again& An essay - P.643-655


Vol.84 N 1 2008

1. Aggestam L. Introduction: ethical power Europe? - P.1

2. Dunne T. Good citizen Europe - P.13

3.Hyde-Price A. A tragic actor? A realist perspective on ethical power Europe - P.29

4. Manners I. The normative ethics of the European Union - P. 45

5. Mayer H. Is it still caleed Chinese Whispers? The EU s rhetroric and action as a responsible global institution - P.61

6. Barbe E, Johansson-Nogues E. The EU as a modest force for good: the European Neighbourhood Policy - P.81

7. Aggestam L, Hill Ch. The EU and a better world: what role for the European foreign policy - P.97

8. Bailes A.J.K. The EU and a better world: what role for the European Security and Defence Policy - P.113

9. Matlary J.H. Much ado about little: the EU and human security - P.131


Vol.84 N 2 2008

1.Boyle M. The war on terrror in American  grand strategy - P.191

2. Noetzel T. Schreer B. All the way? The evolution of German military power - P.211

3. Robinson J.-P.P. Difficulties facing the Chemical Weapons Convention - P.223

4. Sakwa R. ' New Cold War' or twenty years' crisis Russia and international politics - P.241

5. Fawn R. The Kosovo - and Montenegro - effect - P.269

6. Roberts A. International Relatios after the Cold War - P.335

7. Jaskson R. From colonialism to theology: encounters with Martin Wight's international thought - P.351


Vol.84 N 3 2008

1.James H. Globalization, empire and natural law - P.421

2. Jackson J.H. The case of the World Trade Organization - P.437

3. Zielonka J. Europe as a global actor: empire by example? - P.471

4. Subacchi P.New power centres and new power brokers: are they shaping a new economic order? - P.485

5. Grugel J., Riggirozzi  P. and Thirkell-White B.  Beyond the Washington Consensus? Asia and Latin America in search of more autonomous development - P.499

6. Payne A. The G8 in a changing global economic order - P.519


Vol.84 N 4 2008

1.Weller M. The Viena negotiations on the final status for Kosovo - P.659

2. Monaghan A. 'An enemy at the gates' or 'from victory to victory'? Russan foreign policy - P.717

3. Farrell T. The dynamics of British military transformation - P.777


Vol.84 N 5 2008

1. Rengger N. and Kennedy-Pipe C. The state of war - P.891-902

2. Coker Ch. War, memes and memeplexes - P.903-914

3. Bousquet A. Chaoplexic warfare or the future of military organization - P.915-930

4. Der Derian J. The desert of the real and the simulacrum of war - P.931-948

5. Rengger N. The greatest treason? On the subtle temptations of preventive war - P.949-962

6. Fabre C. Cosmopolitanism, jast war theory and legitimate authority - P.963-976

7. Owens P. Distinctions, distinctions: 'public' and 'private' force? -  P.977-990

8. Kerton-Johnson N. Justifying the use of force in a post-9/11 world: striving for hierarchy in international society - P.991


Vol.84 N 6 2008

1. Walker M. The year of the insurgents: the 2008 US presidential campaign - P.1095-1108

2. Williams M.J. The coming revolution in foreign affairs: rethinking american national security - P.1109-1131

3. Weller M. Kosovo's final status - P.1223-1244

4.  Dunne M. The American system: US foreign and domestic politics since the Second World War - P.1245-1270

5. Mccgwire M. NATO expansion:'a policy error of historic importance' - P.1281-1301


Vol.85 N 1 2009

1. Clark I. Bringing hegemony back in: the United States and international order - P.23-36

2. Halliday F. International Relations in a post-hegemonic age - P.37-52

3. Brzezinski Z. Major foreign policy challenges for the next US President - P.53-60

4. Cornish P. The United States and couterinsurgency: `political first, political last, political always` - P.61-80

5. Ritchie N. Deterrence dogma? Challenging the relevance - P.81-98

6. Reynolds D. Summitry as intercultural communication - P.115-128


Vol.85 N 2 2009

1. Noetzel T. & Schreer B. The Atlantic alliance and the process of strategic chenge - P. 211-226

2. Menon A. Empowering paradise? ESDP at ten - P. 227-246

3. Cornish P. & Dorman A. Blair`s wars and Brown`s budgets: from Strategic Defence Review to strategic decay in less than a decade - P.247-262

4. Wallace W. & Phillips C. Reassessing the special relationship - P.263-284

5. Porter P. Long wars and long telegrams: containing Al-Qaeda - P. 285-306

6. Benatar S.R., Gill S. & Bakker I. Making progress in global health: the need for new paradigms - P.347-372

7. Goldthau A. & Witte J.M. Back to the future or forward to the past? Strengthening markets and rules for effective global energy governance - P.373-390


Vol.85 N 3 2009

The war over Kosovo: ten years on

1. Webber M. The Kosovo war: a recapitulation - P. 447-460

2. Mertus J.A. Operation Allied Force: handmaiden of independent Kosovo - P. 461-476

3. Haines S. The influence of Operation Allied Force on the development of the jus ad bellum - P. 477-490

4. Sperling J. and  Webber M. NATO: from Kosovo to Kabul - P.491-512

5. Shepherd A. `A milestone in the history of the EU`: Kosovo and the EU`s international role - P. 513-530

6. Dunn D.H. Innovation and precedent in the Kosovo war: the impact of Operation Allied Force on US foreign policy - P.531-546

7. Daddow O. `Tony`s war`? Blair, Kosovo and the interventionist impulse in British foreign policy - P.547-560

8. Miskimmon A. Falling into line? Kosovo and the course of German foreign policy - P.561-574

9. Averre D. From Pristina to Tskhinvali: the legacy of Operation Allied Force in Russia`s relations with the West - P.575-592

10. Cottey A. The Kosovo war in perspective - P.593-608


Vol.85 N 4 2009

1. Germain R. Financial order and world politics: crisis, change and continuity - P.669-688

2. Thirkell-White B. Dealing with the banks: populism and the public interest in the global financial crisis - P.689-732

3. Cornish P. and Dorman A. National defence in the age of austerity - P.733-754 

4. Yost D.S. Assurance and U.S. extended deterrence in NATO - P. 755-780

5. Tsypkin M. Russian politics, policy-making and American missile defence - P.781-800


Vol. 85 N 6 2009 

1. Tackling resourse challenges in the twenty- first century: avoiding worst case scenarios /Lee B.; Matthew R. A. and  Hammill A.; Froggatt A. and Levi M. A.; Paskal C; Jackson I.; Deere-Birkbeck C.; Lewis J. I.; Ebinger C.K. and Zambetakis E.  - P. 1101- 1232

Vol. 86 N 1 2010 

1. Barry Buzan Culture and international society. - p. 1-26
2. John A. Thompson Wilsonianism: the dynamics of a conflicted concept. - p. 27-48
3. David Milne Americas intellectual diplomacy. - p. 49-68
4. Jan Ruzicka and Nicholas J. Wheeler The puzzle of trusting relationships in the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. - p. 69-86
5. Mary Martin and Taylor Owen The second generation of human security: lessons from the UN and EU experience. - p.  211-224
6. Ian Hall The transformation of diplomacy: mysteries, insurgencies and public relations. - p. 247

Vol. 86 N 2 2010 

1. King, Antony Understanding the Helmand Campaign: British Military Operations in Afghanistan. - p. 311-332
2. Boyle, Michael J. Do Counterterrorism and Counterinsurgency go Together? - p. 333-354
3. Porter, Patrick Last Charge of the Knights? Iraq, Afghanistan and the Special Relationship. - p. 355-376
4. Edmunds, Timothy The Defence Dilemma in Britain. - p. 377-394-410
5. Cornish, Paul and Dorman, Andrew Breaking the Mould: the United Kingdom Strategic Defence Review 2010. - p. 429-444
6. Johnson, Rebecca Rethinking the NPT's Role in Security: 2010 and Beyond. - p. 429-446
7. Walker, William The UK, Threshold Status and Responsible Nuclear Sovereignty. - p. 447-464
8. Ritchie, Nick Relinquishing Nuclear Weapons: Identities, Networks and the British Bomb. - p. 465-488
9. Yost, David S NATO's Evolving Purposes and the Next Strategic Concept. - p. 489-522

Vol. 86 N 3 2010

Global economic governance in transition

Vol. 86 N 4 2010

1. Croft, Stuart  & Moore, Cerwyn The Evolution of Threat Narratives in the Age of Terror: Understanding Terrorist Threats in Britain. - p. 821-836 

2. Cronin, Audrey Kurth The Evolution of Counterterrorism: will Tactics Trump Strategy? - p. 837-856

3. Coolsaet, Rik EU Counterterrorism Strategy: Value Added or Chimera? - p. 857-874

4. Hoskins, Andrew & O' Loughlin, Ben  Security Journalism and 'the Mainstream' in Britain since 7/7: Translating Terror but Inciting Violence? - p. 903-924

5. Youngs, Gillian The New Home Front and the War on Terror: Ethical and Political Reframing of National and International Politics. - p.925-938 

6. Briggs, Rachel Community Engagement for Counterterrorism: Lessons from the United Kingdom. - p. 971-1012 

Vol. 86 N 5 2010

1. Bulmer, Simon  and Paterson William E.  Germany and the European Union: from tamed power to normalized power? - p. 1051-1074
2. Davies Sara E. What contribution can International Relations make to the evolving global health agenda? - p. 1149-1166

Vol. 87 N 1 2011

1. Halper, Stefan President Obama at mid-term. - p. 1-12.
2. Clark, Ian China and the United States: a succession of hegemonies? - p. 13-28
3. Biggar, Nigel The invasion of Iraq: what are the morals of the story? - p.  29-38
4. Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson and Pamela Aall Collective conflict management: a new formula for global peace and security cooperation? -p. 39-58.
5. Bressand, Albert Between Kant and Machiavelli: EU foreign policy priorities in the 2010s. - p. 59-86
6. Humphreys, Jasper and Smith M. L. R. War and wildlife: the Clausewitz connection. - p. 121-142.
7. Richards, Anthony The problem with radicalization: the remit of Prevent and the need to refocus on terrorism in the UK. - p. 143-154.

Vol. 87 N 2 2011

1. Foley Robert T.; Griffin, Stuart  and McCartney,  Helen  Transformation in contact: learning the lessons of modern war. - p. 253-270.
2. Chaudhuri, Rudra  and Farrell, Theo Campaign disconnect: operational progress and strategic obstacles in Afghanistan, 20092011. - p. 271-296.
3. Egnell, Robert Lessons from Helmand, Afghanistan: what now for British counterinsurgency? - p. 297-316.
4. Stuart, Griffin Iraq, Afghanistan and the future of British military doctrine: from counterinsurgency to Stabilization. - p. 317-334.
5. Cornish, Paul and Dorman, Andrew M.  Dr Fox and the Philosophers Stone: the alchemy of national defence in the age of austerity. - p. 335-354.
Rethinking security: a critical analysis of the Strategic Defence and
6. Ritchie, Nick Security Review. - p. 355-376.
7. Anthony, King Military command in the last decade. - p. 377-396.
8. Timo Noetzel The German politics of war: Kunduz and the war in Afghanistan. - p. 397-418.
9. ODonnell Clara Marina Britains coalition government and EU defence cooperation: undermining British interests. - p. 419-434.

Vol. 87 N 3 2011

1. James Harold International order after the financial crisis. - p. 525-598.

2. Benn, David Wedgwood  Russian historians defend the MolotovRibbentrop Pact. - p. 709-732.

Vol. 87 N 4 2011

1. James M Lindsay George W. Bush, Barack Obama and the future of US global leadership. - p.  765-180.
2. Trevor Mccrisken Ten years on: Obama's war on terrorism in rhetoric and practice. - p.  781-802
3. Adam Quinn The art of declining politely: Obama's prudent presidency and the waning of American power  . - p. 803-824.  

4. Jamie Gaskarth Entangling alliances? The UK's complicity in torture in the global war on terrorism  . - p. 945-964.  

Vol. 87 N 5 2011

1. Michael Cox and Nicholas Rengger Introduction: Fred Halliday, John Vincent and the idea of progress in International Relations. - p. 1045-4050

2.   Alejandro Colás Taking sides: cosmopolitanism, internationalism and 'complex solidarity' in the work of Fred Halliday. - p. 1051-1066.
3. George Lawson Halliday's revenge: revolutions and International Relations. - p. 1067-1086.
4. Benno Teschke Advances and impasses in Fred Halliday's international historical sociology: a critical appraisal. - p. 1087-1106
5. Michael Cox Fred Halliday, Marxism and the Cold War. - p. 1107-1122
6. Richard Saull Social conflict and the global Cold War. - p. 1123-1140
7. Toby Dodge Fred Halliday: high modernism and a social science of the Middle East. - p. 1141-1158.
8. Nicholas Rengger The world turned upside down? Human rights and International Relations after 25 years. - p. 1159-1178
9. Andrew Linklater Prudence and principle in international society: reflections on Vincent's approach to human rights. - p. 1179-1192
10. Jennifer M Welsh  A normative case for pluralism: reassessing Vincent's views on humanitarian intervention. - p. 1193-1204
11. Christian Reus-Smit Human rights in a global ecumene. - p. 1205-1018.

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