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    Strategic taboos: chemical weapons and US foreign policy

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    Michelle Bentley

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    Reconciliation and research in Afghanistan: an analytical narrative

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    Thomas Waldman

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    The Piketty phenomenon: why has 'Capital' become a publishing sensation?

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    Robert H. Wade

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    ‘Doing some things’ in the Xi Jinping era: the United Nations as China’s venue of choice

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    Rosemary Foot

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    The inconsequential gains and lasting insecurities of India’s nuclear weaponization

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    Ramesh Thakur

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    Nuclear fears, hopes and realities in Pakistan

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    Pervez Hoodbhoy and Zia Mian

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    Are you willing to be made nothing? Is Commonwealth reform possible?

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    Francis Baert and Timothy M. Shaw

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    The future of US–Brazil relations: confrontation, cooperation or detachment?

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    Peter Hakim

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    Review article—Thoughtlessness: Rumsfeld in Washington

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    Alex Danchev

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    Review article—Leaving Vietnam: Nixon, Kissinger and Ford, 1969–1975. Part three: January 1973–July 1975

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    Geoffrey Warner

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