Items where Department is "Faculty of Social Sciences > Politics and International Studies"
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Al-Ali, Nadje Sadig and Pratt, Nicola Christine. (2006) Women in Iraq: beyond the rhetoric. Middle East Reports (No.239). pp. 18-23. ISSN 0899-2851
Aldrich, Richard J. (Richard James), 1961-. (2006) ‘Even had I wanted to...’: intelligence and Special Operations in the Falklands Campaign. International Relations, Vol.20 (No.3). pp. 352-357. ISSN 0047-1178
Aldrich, Richard J. (Richard James), 1961-. (2006) The UK-US intelligence alliance in 1975: economies, evaluations and explanations. Intelligence and National Security, Vol.21 (No.4). pp. 557-567. ISSN 0268-4527
Breslin, Shaun. (2006) Foreign direct investment in the People’s Republic of China : preferences, policies and performance. Policy & Society, Vol.25 (No.1). pp. 9-38. ISSN 1449-4035
Burnell, Peter J.. (2006) Autocratic opening to democracy: why legitimacy matters. Third World Quarterly, Vol.27 (No.4). pp. 545-562. ISSN 0143-6597
Christou, George, 1973- and Simpson, Seamus. (2006) The internet and public–private governance in the European Union. Journal of Public Policy, Vol.26 (No.1). pp. 43-61. ISSN 0143-814X
Clift, Ben. (2006) The new political economy of Dirigisme: French macroeconomic policy, unrepentant sinning and the stability and growth pact. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol.8 (No.3). pp. 388-409. ISSN 1369-1481
Clift, Ben and Tomlinson, Jim. (2006) Credible Keynesianism? New Labour macroeconomic policy and the political economy of coarse tuning. British Journal of Political Science, Vol.37 (No.1). pp. 47-69. ISSN 0007-1234
Erreygers, Guido, 1959- and Cunliffe, John. (2006) Basic Income in 1848. Basic Income Studies, Vol.1 (No.2). Article 7. ISSN 1932-0183
Floyd, Rita. (2006) Securitization theory and securitization studies. Journal of International Relations and Development, Vol.9 (No.1). pp. 53-61. ISSN 1408-6980
Gelber, Katherine and McDonald, Matt. (2006) Ethics and exclusion: representations of sovereignty in Australia’s approach to asylum-seekers. Review of International Studies, Vol.32 (No.2). pp. 269-289. ISSN 0260-2105
Hay, Colin, 1968-, Smith, Nicola Jo-Anne and Watson, Matthew, 1969-. (2006) Beyond prospective accountancy : reassessing the case for British membership of the single European currency comparatively. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol.8 (No.1). pp. 101-121. ISSN 1369-1481
Hughes, Christopher W.. (2006) Why Japan could revise its constitution and what it would mean for Japanese security policy. Orbis (Kidlington), Vol.50 (No.4). pp. 725-744. ISSN 0030-4387
Hughes, Christopher W.. (2006) The political economy of Japanese sanctions towards North Korea: domestic coalitions and international systemic pressures. Pacific Affairs, Vol.79 (No.3). pp. 455-481. ISSN 0030-851X
Pirie, Iain. (2006) Economic crisis and the construction of a neo-liberal regulatory regime in Korea. Competition & Change, Vol.10 (No.1). pp. 49-71. ISSN 1024-5294
Rosamond, Ben. (2006) Disciplinarity and the political economy of transformation: the epistemological politics of globalization studies. Review of International Political Economy, Vol.13 (No.3). pp. 516-532. ISSN 0969-2290
Watson, Matthew, 1969-. (2006) Towards a Polanyian perspective on fair trade: market-based relationships and the act of ethical consumption. Global Society, Vol.20 (No.4). pp. 435-451. ISSN 1360-0826
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Burnell, Peter J. (2006) Promoting democracy backwards: looking forward. Working Paper. Madrid: Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior (FRIDE). Working papers (Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior ), Vol.28 .
Grant, Wyn (2006) Why it won't be like this all the time: the shift from duopoly to oligopoly in agricultural trade. Working Paper. Coventry: University of Warwick. Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation. Working papers (University of Warwick. Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation) (No.191).