The 'Man' Question in International Relations

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Index
African Americans. SeeBlacks; Military, African Americans in
Africans, 36, 37, 52(n87), 103
Aggression, 65, 75, 76, 83, 85, 86, 111, 116, 175
AIDS, 131
Aikido, 183(n14) Alienation, 178
American Political Science Association, 158
Androcentrism, 19, 20, 74
bias of, 15, 73
See alsoPhallocentrism
Anecdotes, 170
Angell, Norman, 81
Appeasement, 82
Aristocracy, 77, 79
Aron, Raymond, 182(n1)
Ashley, Richard, 45
Athens, 18. See also Greece
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 152
Balance of power, 181. See alsoPower
Bananas, Beaches and Bases (Enloe), 95, 202
Banking, 44, 52(n81) Barracks community, 98
Belligerence, 39
Beloff, Lord Max, 58
Bennett, William, 158
Berube, Allan, 141
Bias. See underAndrocentrism
Biology, 62-63, 65, 75
BISA. See British International Studies Association
Blacks, 37, 41, 53(n98), 201. See also Military, African Americans in
Bloch, I. S., 81
Blue-collar workers, 199, 200, 205
Bly, Robert, 116-117, 126(n32)
Bodies, 189, 190
Boer War, 100
Border culture, 192
Bordo, Susan, 30
Bradbury, Ray, 171, 172
Bretton Woods system, 41
Bright, John, 81
Britain, 31, 33, 36, 39, 40, 56, 57, 59, 80, 81, 88(n5), 205
British International Studies Association (BISA), 57
Brittan, Arthur, 5, 38, 55, 64, 66
Brod, Harry, 33-34
Bronner, Ethan, 99
Brown, Wendy, 16
Bull, Hedley, 186
Bush, George, 10, 109, 110, 118, 150, 151, 153-154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 165(n8), 167(n45), 205
Butler, Judith, 173, 174, 183(nn 8, 13), 188, 189
Campbell, David, 39, 42, 118
Camus, Albert, 99
Capitalism, 41, 87, 174
Carr, E. H., 82, 85
Carrigan, Tim, 114
Carroll, Berenice, 180-181, 184(n21)
Carter administration, 2

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