Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations uses postcolonial theory to examine the implications of race, class and gender relations for the structuring of world politics, and addresses further themes central to postcolonial theory.
Research in International Law since the War: A Report to the International Relations Committee of the Social Science Research Council Quincy Wright; Social Science Research Council (U.S.).
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1930
France's Feeble Napoleon: Social Unrest Is Growing and the Founding Ideals of the Republic Are Being Tarnished as a Desperate President Sarkozy Struggles to Hold on to Power at Any Cost Derbyshire, Jonathan.
New Statesman (1996), Vol. 139, No. 5018, September 13, 2010
Book Review: Beyond Empire's Boundaries ; the Great Cricket-Loving, Anti-Colonial Thinker Deserves a Better Tribute Than This, Argues Stephen Howe; C L R James: Cricket, the Caribbean and World Revolution by Farrukh Dhondy Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Pounds 20, 190pp; Postcolonialism: An Historical Introduction by Robert J C Young Blackwell, Pounds 15.99, 498pp Howe, Stephen.
The Independent (London, England), August 11, 2001
MPs Must Choose Money or Power; as Britain Is Battered by the Most Severe Political Upheaval in Decades, Prof David Byrne, Head of the School of Applied SocialSciences at Durham University, Looks at What Went Wrong While Explaining How the System Can Be Fixed
Longer Life Is Born of Social Justice as Well as Health; Professor Gareth Williams of the School of SocialSciences at Cardiff University Makes the Case That Social Justice Is Good for Our Health the Thursday Essay
Pioneers Who Proved Women Can Do Science ; the President of Harvard Believes That Women's Genes Make Them Less Suited to the Sciences, but the Plethora of Discoveries by Women Suggests That Any Differences Are Cultural, Says Michael McCarthy McCarthy, Michael.
The Independent (London, England), January 19, 2005