Vol. 3, No. 2, December 2008

Articles

‘From Montreal to Bali: The 2005-2007 European Union Strategy for Reengaging the United States in the UNFCCC Negotiations’
Stavros Afionis, Keele University    [pp. 1-14]
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‘Liberal Political Theorists, The Cosmopolitan Tradition and Globalisation Discourse’ 
Craig Berry, University of Sheffield     [pp. 15-32]
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‘The United States and Israel: A (Neo) Realist Relationship’ 
Daniel Bosley, Keele University     [pp. 33-52]
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Reconstituting Manhood: Examining Post-Conflict Remasculinisation and its Effects on Women’s Rights in Afghanistan’ 
Sabrina Gilani, University of Nottingham     [pp. 53-72]
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‘Challenging the French Exception: ‘Islam’ and Laicite‘ 
Matthew J. Gordner, University of Alberta     [pp. 72-87]
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‘The ‘Anti-Hobbes’? Montesquieu’s Contribution to International Relations Theory’ 
Katya Long, Universite Libre de Bruxelles    [pp. 88-101]
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‘Defining the Nation? Dissolving the Problem’
Amanda Machin, University of Westminster     [pp. 102-9]
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‘Hungary: Protests, Reforms and Uneasy Choices. From a Forerunner to a  “State of Great Risks”‘ 
Galina Nelaeva, Tyumen State University     [pp. 110-24]
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“Eat and Give to Your Brother”: The Politics of Office Distribution in Nigeria’
Nkwachukwu Orji, Central European University     [pp. 125-39]
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‘Emancipation and Domination: Human Rights and Power Relations’
James Souter, University of London     [pp. 140-150]
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‘Theories of Law and Morality: Perspectives from Contemporary African Jurisprudence’
Idowu William and Oke Moses, Obafemi Awolowo University     [pp. 151-70]
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Book reviews

Marina Oshana(2006), Personal Autonomy in Society
Reviewed by Wei Wei Cao, Keele University     [pp. 171-3]
[Full article]
Robert A. Khan (2005), Holocaust Denial and the Law [A Comparative Study]
Reviewed by Rohee Dasgupta, Keele Univeristy     [pp. 174-6]
[Full article]
Retort (Iain Boal, T.J. Clark, Joseph Matthews, Michael Watts)(2005), Afflicted Powers: Capital and Spectacle in a New Age of War
Reviewed by Christian Garland, Independent     [pp. 177-9]
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John Cope, Joyce E. Canaan, David Harris (eds.)(2006), Learning and Teaching Social Theory
Reviewed by Robert Imre, University of Newcastle, Australia     [pp. 180-1]
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John Kucich (2007), Imperial Masochism: British Fiction, Fantasy and Social Class
Reviewed by Monica Ingber, Keele University     [pp. 182-3]
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Bradley A. Thayer (2004), Darwin and International Relations: On the Evolutionary Origins of War and Ethnic Conflict
Reviewed by Jonathon Louth, University of Adelaide     [pp. 184-5]
[Full article]
Jeffrey E. Cohen (2008), The Presidency in the Era of 24-Hour News 
Reviewed by Pinar Sayan, Okan University     [pp. 186-7]
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Sven Bernhard Gareis, Johannes Varwick (2005), The United Nations: An Introduction
Reviewed by Norman Sempijja, Kingston University     [pp. 188-90]
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D. Sunshine Hillygus, Todd G. Shields (2008), The Persuadable Voter: Wedge Issues in Presidential Campaigns
Reviewed by Mark Rice, Coventry University     [pp. 191-3]
[Full article]
Madeleine Fagan, Ludovic Glorieux, Indira Hasimbegovic, Marie Suetsugo (2007), Derrida: Negotiating the Legacy
Reviewed by Christopher Zebrowski, Keele University     [pp. 194-5]
[Full article]
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