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CHINA'S FACELIFT: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL TRANSITION

Hamid Elyassi

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CAPITAL, COERCION AND POST-COMMUNIST STATES

Gerald M. Easter

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THE SOVIET UNION: FEDERATION OR EMPIRE?

Tania Raffass

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NEVER FORGET NATIONAL HUMILIATION

Zheng Wang

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THE SINOSPHERE AND ITS MODERN FATE

Joshua A. Fogel

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THE CHINESE GROWTH MODEL BEFORE AND AFTER THE FINANCIAL CRISIS

Nicholas Lardy

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RAPID GROWTH AND RISING CORRUPTION IN CHINA

Andrew Wedeman

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A LIBERAL ORDER IN CRISIS: CHOOSING BETWEEN IMPOSITION AND RESTRAINT

Georg Sørensen

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Jean-Pierre Filiu

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MAKING SENSE OF THE REPUBLICAN AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

Stanley A. Renshon

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MOSCOW SUPPORTS KIM JONG-UN

Leonid Petrov

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SERBIA'S NEW PRESIDENT: A NATIONALIST, YES, BUT A DEMOCRAT TOO

Mladen Joksic and Marlene Spoerri

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THE WEN, THE OLIMPICS AND THE BARON

Binoy Kampmark

Hamid Elyassi

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THE LEGACY OF TIANANMEN SQUARE

Michel Cormier

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THE KIMS' THREE BODIES: DYNASTIC SUCCESSION AND ITS ANTECEDENTS IN NORTH KOREA

Bruce Cumings

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THE CHARACTER OF RUSSIA

David Satter

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RUSSIAN POLITICS TODAY

Richard Sakwa

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ALAA AL ASWANY'S "ON THE STATE OF EGYPT": A YEAR AFTER THE REVOLUTION

Maurice Chammah

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THE CANADIAN PIVOT TO CHINA?

Kevin Blachford

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THE KOREAN WAR AND AMERICAN POLICY IN EAST ASIA

Bruce Cumings

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ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY

Hamid Elyassi

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SOVIET FATES AND LOST ALTERNATIVES

Lars T. Lih

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RUSSIA: DEMOCRACY DERAILED

M. Steven Fish

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SUPERSTITION AS IDEOLOGY IN IRANIAN POLITICS

Ali Rahnema

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THE STRUGGLE FOR POWER IN SYRIA

Nikolaos Van Dam

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RED STAR OVER IRAQ

Johan Franzén

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LIBYA: THE FUTURE OF A REVOLUTION

James DeFronzo

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PRIVATIZING THE PEACE

Julian Reid

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THE POLITICS OF INEQUALITY IN RUSSIA

Thomas F. Remington

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DEMYSTIFYING SYRIA

Fred H. Lawson

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COLD WAR | FROM COMRADES TO ENEMIES

Nicholas Khoo

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IRAN'S CONTINUING CHALLENGE

Adam C. Seitz and Anthony H. Cordesman

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THE CHARACTER OF THE FOREIGN POLICY OF IMPERIAL CHINA

T.S.Tsonchev

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