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    International development in transition

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    International reactions to the Scottish referendum

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    After independence? The challenges and benefits of Scottish–UK defence cooperation

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    Repairing NATO’s motors

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    The ‘rhinofication’ of South African security

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    Waging a war to save biodiversity: the rise of militarized conservation

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