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Forthcoming/Virtual Issues

International Affairs has compiled free, online-only issues comprising articles from the archive - spanning more than eight decades - on specialist subjects: 


The Middle East

Includes:

  • Economic and Social Foundations of Democracy in the Middle East, Charles Issawi, January 1956
  • Britain and the Arabs: The Need for a New Start, Arnold Toynbee, October 1964
  • The Gulf War and its Aftermath: First Reflections, Fred Halliday, April 1991

The UK and Europe

Includes:

  • Great Britain as a European Power, Austen Chamberlain, March 1930
  • Britain in Europe: the Impact on Foreign Policy, Kenneth Younger, October 1972
  • Footfalls Echoing in the Memory. Britain and Europe: the Historical Perspective, Vernon Bogdanor, July 2005

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Falklands Dispute

Includes:

  • Bridgehead Revisited: the Literature of the Falklands, Lawrence Freedman, Summer 1983
  • The Future of the Falkland Islands: a Solution made in Hong Kong?, Peter J. Beck, Autumn 1985
  • Towards Rapprochement? Anglo-Argentine Relations and the Falklands/Malvinas in the Late 1990s, Klaus Dodds, July 1998

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Russia

Includes:

  • Impressions of the Situation in Soviet Russia, Herbert Morrison, January 1934
  • The Soviet World Faces West: 1945–1970, Walter C. Clemens, Jr., July 1970
  • The Secret Policemen's Ball: the United States, Russia and the International Order after 11 September, Anatol Lieven, April 2002

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The Global Approach to Nuclear Weapons

Includes:

  • Double-talk of Double-think? A Comment on the Draft Non-Proliferation Treaty, David Vital, 1968
  • The End of the NPT Regime?, Joseph F Pilat, 2007
  • Rethinking the NPT's Role in Security: 2010 and Beyond, Rebecca Johnson, 2010

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