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De Ishtar, Z (2006). A-Bombs to Star Wars. The sixty year war on the Marshall Islanders. In Jerry Mander and Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Ed.), Paradigm Wars. Indigenous Peoples' Resistance to Economic Globalization (pp. 100-107) San Francisco: International forum on Globalisation Committee on Indigenous. 152  
Advancing East Asian Regionalism. Edited by Melissa G. Curley and Nicholas Thomas London, UK: Routledge, 2007. 83  
Wirkus, L. and Boege, V. (2005) Afrikas internationale Flsse und Seen Bonn: Deutsches Institut fur Entwicklungspolitik 43  
Hanson, M J (2006). After non-detection, stop: Non-proliferation lessons from Iraq. In Graham F. Walker (Ed.), The search for WMD : non-proliferation, intelligence, and pre-emption in the new security environment (pp. 326-340) Halifax, N.S., Canada: Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University. 86  
Boege, V. (2005). A glass half full or half empty? Water, conflict and cooperation in Southern Africa. In Matthias Basedau and Andreas Mehler (Ed.), Resource Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa (pp. 273-304) Hamburg: Institut fur Afrika-Kunde. 96  
Tow, W. T. (2001). Alliances and coalitions. In Hanson, M, Tow and W (Ed.), International Relations in the New Century (pp. 17-37) Victoria, Aust.: Oxford Uni Press. 65  
Beeson, M. K. (2006). American ascendancy: conceptualizing contemporary hegemony. In Mark Beeson (Ed.), Bush and Asia: America's evolving relationship with East Asia 1 ed. (pp. 3-22) Abingdon, UK and New York USA: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group. 90  
Beeson, M. K. (2006) American hegemony and regionalism: The rise of East Asia and the end of the Asia-Pacific. Geopolitics, 11 4: 541-560. doi:10.1080/14650040600890727 354   Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Devetak, Richard (2009) An Australian Outlook on International Affairs? The Evolution of International Relations Theory in Australia. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 55 3: 335-359. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2009.1521a.x 174 181 4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Curley, M (2006). An Avian Flu Pandemic in the Asia-Pacific: Lessons on Regional Cooperation from the 2003 SARS Outbreak. In Michael Birt and Claire Topal (Ed.), An Avian Flu Pandemic: What Would It Mean and What Can We Do? 1 ed. (pp. 37-44) Seattle, USA: The National Bureau of Asian Research. 64  
Glick, P., Fiske, S. T., Abrams, D., Dardenne, B., Ferreira, M. C., Gonzalez, R., Hachfeld, C., Huang, L. L., Hutchison, P., Kim, H. J., Manganelli, A. M., Masser, B. M., Mucchi-Faina, A., Okiebisu, S., Rouhana, N., Saiz, J. L., Sakalh-Urgurlu, N., Volpato, C., Yamamoto, M. and Yzerbyt, V. (2006) Anti-American sentiment and America's perceived intent to dominate: An 11-nation study. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 28 4: 363-373. doi:10.1207/s15324834basp2804_10 129   8 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Shapcott, R. (2009). Anti-Cosmopolitanism, the Cosmopolitan Harm Principle and Global Dialogue. In M.S. Michalis and F. Petito (Ed.), Civilizational Dialogue and World Order (pp. 111-127) New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 108  
Tow, William T. (2003) Apocalypse forever? International relations implications of 11 September. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 49 3: 314-325. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00288 61   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Weber, Heloise (2009). A Political Analysis of the Formal Comparative Method: Historicizing the Globalization and Development Debate. In Heloise Weber and Mark T. Berger (Ed.), Recognition and redistribution : Beyond international development (pp. 129-142) London and New York: Routledge. 167 1
Bleiker, R. (2003) A rogue is a rogue is a rogue: US foreign policy and the Korean nuclear crisis. International Affairs, 79 4: 719-737. doi:10.1111/1468-2346.00333 357 1 10 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Jones, D. M. and Smith, M. L. R. ASEAN and East Asian International Relations: Regional Delusion 1 ed. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, 2006. 164 2
Tow, W. T. (2003). Australian-American Relations in the new century: applying resuscitation or pursuing illusions?. In D. Lovell (Ed.), Asia-Pacific Security: Policy Challenges 1 ed. (pp. 185-201) Canberra: Asia Pacific Press. 55  
Ungerer, C. J. (2006) Australia's Policy Responses to Terrorism in Southeast Asia. Global Change, Peace and Security, 18 3: 193-199. doi:10.1080/14781150600960248 107 2 0
Boege, V H (2006) Australischer Hinterhof. Blätter für deutsche und internatinale Politik, 7: 798-802. 56  
Druckman, D. (2006). Avant-propos. In Christophe Dupont (Ed.), La Negociation Post-Moderne (pp. 17-19) Paris: Publibook. 36  
Evans-Kent, Bronwyn (2001) Book Review: Modern hatreds: The symbolic politics of ethnic war by Stuart J. Kaufman. Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 30 3: 824-826. doi:10.1177/03058298010300030908 70   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Hundt, David (2006) (Book Review) The new global politics of the Asia Pacific. Australian Journal Of Politics And History, 52 3: 513-513. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00431.x 37   0 0
Druckman, D. (2006). Boundary role conflict: Negotiation as dual responsiveness. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 33-51) London: Sage Publications. 92  
Bush and Asia: America's evolving relations with East Asia 1 ed. Edited by M. K. Beeson London and New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2006. 33  
Seebeck, Lesley (2004) Cadence, war and security. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 58 4: 494-510. doi:10.1080/1035771042000304751 36   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Bleiker, Roland (2009). Can we move beyond conflict?. In Jenny Edkins and Maja Zehfuss (Ed.), Global Politics: A new Introduction (pp. 454-482) London and New York: Routledge. 205  
Ungerer, C. and Hanson, M. J. (2001). Conclusion. In C. Ungerer and M. Hanson (Ed.), The Politics of Nuclear Non-proliferation (pp. 72-84) St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 41  
Weber, Heloise and Berger, Mark T. (2009). Conclusion: Towards Recognition and Redistribution in Global Politics. In Heloise Weber and Mark T. Berger (Ed.), Recognition and Redistribution: Beyond International Development (pp. 172-174) London and New York: Routledge. 69  
Druckman, Daniel (2005). Conflict escalation and negotiation: A turning points analysis. In I. William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (Ed.), Escalation and Negotiation in International Conflicts (pp. 185-212) United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 63  
Druckman, D. and Zechmeister, K. (2006). Conflict of interest and value dissensus: Propositions in the sociology of conflict. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 189-205) London: Sage Publications. 101  
Boege, V. (2005). Conflicts and resources. In Moira Davidson-Seger (Ed.), Conversion Survey 2005 (pp. 71-83) Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. 39  
Jones, D. M. and Smith, M. L. R. (2007) Constructing communities: the curious case of East Asian regionalism. Review of International Studies, 33 1: 165-186. doi:10.1017/S026021050700736X 129 4 18 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
Weber, Martin (2007). Constructivism and critical theory. In Richard Devetak, Anthony Burke and Jim George (Ed.), An introduction to international relations: Australian perspectives (pp. 96-108) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 456  
Milojevic, I. (2001) Creating spaces for poverty free futures. Development, 44 4: 98-103. 45  
Shapcott, Richard (2008). Critical theory. In Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of international relations (pp. 327-345) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 174 4
Crofts, S. (2004). Cross-cultural differences between neighbours: Teaching Australian cinema in New Zealand. In D. Carter, K. Darian-Smith and G. Worby (Ed.), Thinking Australian Studies: Teaching Across Cultures (pp. 349-365) St Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland Press. 439 1
Bleiker, R. (2007). Dealing with a nuclear North Korea: Conventional and alternative security scenarios. In Anthony Burke and Matt McDonald (Ed.), Critical security in the Asia Pacific (pp. 215-230) Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. 186 8
Jones, D M and Ungerer, C J (2006) Delusion reigns in terror studies. The Australian, 15 Septemb 14-14. 58  
Druckman, D. (2006). Determinants of compromising behavior in negotiation: A meta-analysis. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 333-376) London, U.K.: Sage Publications. 108  
Ungerer, C J (2006) Diplomatically it's time we talked to North Korea. The Canberra Times, Wednesday, 17-17. 49  
Bleiker, R. (2001). East-west stories of war and peace: Neorealist claims in light of ancient Chinese philosophy. In S. Chan, P. Mandaville and R. Bleiker (Ed.), The Zen of international relations: IR theory from East to West (pp. 177-201) Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave. 95  
Druckman, D. and Diehl, F. (2006). Editors' introduction. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 1-30) London: Sage Publications. 39  
Stern, P. C. and Druckman, D (2006). Evaluating interventions in history: The case of international conflict resolution. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 234-262) London: Sage Publications. 49  
Druckman, D. and Stern, P. C. (2006). Evaluating peacekeeping missions. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 197-213) London: Sage Publications. 74  
Druckman, D (2006) Explaining group identity: From group attachments to collective action. The Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies Occasional Papers Series, 2 1-37. 55  
Pruitt, L. J. (2006). Filipino Muslims and Global Jihad. In Daniel H. Unger and Clark D. Neher (Ed.), Bureaucracy and National Security in Southeast Asia (pp. 89-104) USA: Department of Political Science, Northern Illinois University. 39  
Bleiker, R. (2001). Forget IR theory. In S. Chan, P. Mandaville and R. Bleiker (Ed.), The Zen of International Relations: IR Theory from East to West (pp. 37-66) Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave. 204  
Skrbis, Zlatko (2007) From Migrants to Pilgrim Tourists: Diasporic Imagining and Visits to Medjugorje. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 33 2: 313-329. doi:10.1080/13691830601154294 92   9 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Bleiker, Roland and Leet, Martin (2006) From the sublime to the subliminal: Fear, awe and wonder in international politics. Millennium-journal of International Studies, 34 3: 713-737. doi:10.1177/03058298060340031201 119 3 7 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Bowden, B. (2005) Global Civil Society in M. Griffiths (eds.) Encyclopedia of international relations and global politics. London UK: Routledge 52  

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