Index 1999-2000

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Index 1999-2000


ARTICLES

ABIEW, FRANCIS KOFI, and TOM KEATING. Outside agents and the politics of peacebuilding and reconciliation 80

ANASTAKIS, DIMITRY. The advent of an international trade agreement: the auto pact at GATT, 1964-65 583

AYBET, GULNUR, and MELTEM MUFTULER-BAC. Transformations in security and identity after the cold war: Turkey's problematic relationship with Europe 567

AYSON, ROBERT. Towards a nuclear weapons free world? New Zealand and the quest for global nuclear disarmament 531

BARRY, DONALD. Pursuing free trade: Canada, the Western hemisphere, and the European Union 292

BRAUN, AUREL. The risks of selective Europeanization: Russia and eastern Europe 510

BEBLER, ANTON. Slovenia and NATO enlargement 125

CHAPNICK, ADAM. The Canadian middle power myth (1999 Gelber Prize) 188

DAHL, ANN-SOFIE. Ann-Sofie Dahl's Stockholm 301

DAVIES, JOHN, & MARIETTE MAILLET. The debt crisis: perspectives of a bilateral donor 270

DELVOIE, LOUIS. Canada and Italy: a steady state relationship 463

DEWITT, DAVID B. Directions in Canada's international security policy: from marginal actor at the centre to central actor at the margins 167

DOXEY, MARGARET P. Sanctions through the looking glass: the spectrum of goals and achievements 207

FURTADO, XAVIER. Human security and Asia's financial crisis: a critique of Canadian policy 355

HAKLAI, ODED. See Kingston

HARVEY, FRANK P. The international politics of national missile defence: a response to the critics 545

HASHEMI, NADER. See Kingston

KEATING, TOM. See Abiew

KINGSTON, PAUL, with ODED HAKLAI and NADER HASHEMI. Entering the 21[Symbol Not Transcribed] century: the Middle East 647

LEAHY, ANNE. Putin's Russia 633

MACLEOD, ALEX, STEPHANE ROUSSEL & ANDRI VAN MENS. Hobson's choice: does Canada have any options in its defence and security relations with the United States? 341

MACDONALD, DOUGLAS, and HEATHER A. SMITH. Promises made, promises broken: questioning Canada's commitments to climate change 107

MACMILLAN, ANN. Ann MacMillan's London 57

MAILLET, MARIETTE. See Davies

MCDOUGALL, JOHN N. National differences and the NAFTA 281

MCHUGHEN, ALAN. The regulation of GM foods: who represents the public interest? 624

MENS, ANDRI VAN. See MacLeod

MOENS, ALEXANDER. Developing a European intervention force: the politics of sequencing, autonomy, and ready access 247

MORTON, ORDE. Letter from Brazil 655

MUFTULER-BAC, MELTEM. See Aybet

MULLIGAN, SHANE, and PETER STOETT. A global bioprospecting regime: partnership or piracy? 224

POUND, RICHARD W. Performance-enhancing drugs in sport: response by the international sports community 485

RAWSKI, THOMAS G. China's economy after fifty years: retrospect and prospect 62

RICHTER, ANDREW. 'Strategic theoretical parasitism' reconsidered: Canadian thinking on nuclear weapons and strategy 1950-63 401

ROBERTS, PETER M. Discovering Canada's international role in Russia's archives 427

ROUSSEL, STEPHANE. See MacLeod

SCHIMMELPENNINCK VAN DER OYE, DAVID. Russia's Asian temptation 603

SHARP, PAUL. Time for America to join the Commonwealth 496

SMITH, HEATHER A. See Macdonald

STANTON, JOHN. Canada and war crimes: judgment at Tokyo 376

SMITH, HEATHER A. See Macdonald

STOETT, PETER, and PAMELA TEITELBAUM. The Hague Appeal for International Peace Conference: reflections on 'civil society' and NGOs 35

STOETT, PETER. See Mulligan

SZONYI, MICHAEL. China: the years ahead 475

TEITELBAUM, PAMELA. See Stoett

VOGEL, TOBIAS K. 'Preponderant power': NATO and the new Balkans 15

WATSON, ANDREW M. Whither Bali? 309

WEI, WILLIAM. The politicization and nationalization of Hong Kong during the Asian financial crisis 45

WOODWARD, GARRY. Australia's foreign policy after Timor 1

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