Items for International Relations in 1996

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Isaac, Jad and Selby, Jan (1996) The Palestinian water crisis: status, projections and potential for resolution. Natural Resources Forum, 20 (1). pp. 17-26. ISSN 1477-8947

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Jahn, Beate (1996) Souveranitat Selbstbestimmung und Intervention. Historiche Entwicklung und voelkerrechtliche Konsequenzen (Sovereignty self-determination and intervention. Historical development and repercussions in international law). In: Schmidt, H (ed.) Friedenspolitik und Interventionspraxis. Studien buch der FernUniversitat Hagen., 157 - 99. ISBN 34631101S1

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Kavan, Zdenek (1996) Democracy and nationalism in Czechoslavakia. In: Einhorn, Barbara, Kaldor, Mary and Kavan, Zdenek (eds.) Citizenship and democratic control in contemporary Europe. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, pp. 24-39. ISBN 9781858980690

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Palan, Ronen, Abbott, Jason and Deans, Phil (1996) State Strategies in the Global Political Economy. Printer, 235 pp. ISBN 1-85567-342-8

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Rosenberg, Justin (1996) Isaac Deutscher and the lost history of international relations. New Left Review, 215. pp. 3-15. ISSN 0028-6060

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Saurin, Julian (1996) Globalisation, poverty and the promises of modernity. Millennium, 25 (3). pp. 657-680. ISSN 0305-8298

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Teschke, Benno and Heine, Christian (1996) Sleeping Beauty and the Dialectical Awakening: On the Potential of Dialectic for International Relations. Millennium, 25 (2). pp. 399-424. ISSN 0305-8298

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Van Der Pijl, Kees (1996) Vordenker der Weltpolitk. Einfuehrung in die Internationale Politik aus Ideengeschichtlicher Perspektive. Leske & Budrich, Germany, 368 pp. ISBN 9783810013293

Van Der Pijl, Kees (1996) A theory of transnational revolution: universal history according to Eugen Rosenstock-Heussy and its implications. Review of International Political Economy, 3 (2). 287 - 318. ISSN 0969-2290

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