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Making Enemies: NATO Enlargement and the Russian ‘Other’
The relationship between ‘Promoting Stability’ and providing ‘Strategic Response’ is important for my purposes in this paper, but not as alternative explanations for, or even justifications of, NATO enlargement. I am not ...
The "New" South Africa in Africa: Issues and Approaches
Today, as South Africans work out their post-apartheid future and as the old political and economic barriers with the rest of the continent crumble, it is probable that there will be a sustained increase in political-economic ...
Middle Eastern States in the Global Military Order
More than three-quarters of the weapons traded since 1970 have gone to the developing world, but there are few studies or rudimentary comparative theories that make sense of this process from the recipient state's perspective. ...
America's Army Game and the Production of War
This paper will take an approach where, rather than looking to individuals and behaviour, it will focus on the production of a discourse of war through a particular videogame, America’s Army: Operations (AA:O),3 to contemplate ...
The Evolution of Security: Revisiting the Human Nature Debate in International Relations
Despite being largely absent from formal arguments within IR, elements of evolutionary theory have such a strong presence in popular consciousness that they undoubtedly influence thinking about the political world. The ...