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Policy and Politics in West Germany: The Growth of a Semisovereign State
How can we account for the lack of large-scale policy change in West Germany despite changes in the partisan make-up of the federal government? This formulation of "the German Question" differs fromExpand
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Anti-Americanisms in World Politics
In 1941 Henry Luce spoke of the coming of "the American century." Today commentators across the political spectrum emphasize America's dominant military capabilities and economic strength. Yet afterExpand
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International Organization and the Study of World Politics
A distinct subfield of international relations, IPE, has emerged over the last thirty years, largely in the pages of International Organization . IPE began with the study of international politicalExpand
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Regionalism in Comparative Perspective
Processes of globalization are occurring in a world marked by processes of regional integration that are comparable though different. Integration processes in both Asia and Europe are open to globalExpand
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Same War—Different Views: Germany, Japan, and Counterterrorism
Abstract German and Japanese counterterrorism policies differ from those adopted by the United States as well as from one another. Defeated in war, occupied, and partially remade during the Cold War,Expand
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Small States and Small States Revisited
The meaning of books lie not only in what authors write but how readers read. When author becomes reader, matters become even more complicated. The author experiences research and writing as a longExpand
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