Aberystwyth Journal of World Affairs – 2004, Issue 1

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Hard copies of ‘Aberystwyth Journal of World Affairs’ are available at the National Library of Wales / Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru and the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford

Theory, Strategy and Security

The War in Iraq: Two Concepts of Legitimacy
Professor Ian Clark

Civilise or Die
Robert Cooper, The Guardian

Intervention and Iraq
Ben Bradshaw MP

EU Security & Defence Policy: After Enlargement
Dr Alistair Shepherd

British Defence Policy in the 21st Century
Keith Simpson MP

Slavery’s Link to the War on Terror
Amity Shlaes, The Financial Times

The Anglo-sphere and the ‘Imperium’
James M. Rogers

EU Outreach in the Balkans
Emilian Kavalski

Policing the Sea and Skies
Professor Michael Byers

Windows of Freedom: Sovereignty After Iraq
Jan Mortier

Whither the United Nations?
Jeanette Wong

The Failure of the UN
Mark Lockwood

Inventing International Society
Ching-Chang Chen

Planet Earth Calling the Ivory Tower
Till Bruckner

The Middle East

The Occupation of Iraq
Dr Paul Maddrell

The Politics of Water in Palestine
Dr Jan Selby

Revolution Revisited? Turmoil in Iran
Paul Hagan

What Resistance? Counter-Insurgency in Iraq
Andrew C. J. Jelinek

The Toughest Case
Esben Nielsen

Democracy or Hypocrisy?
Afshin Shahi

The Italian 9/11
Miriam Gargesi

Pacific Rim

The Korea War: Lessons for the Taiwan Issue?
Øystein Tunsjø

How Should the West Look at Taiwan and China?
Ge Yu

History of the Department of International Politics, and Interstate

History of Interstate
Professor Michael MccGwire

E.H. Carr and Lord Davies: The Tragi-Comedy
Dr Brian Porter

Literature Reviews

Paradise and Power

Dude, Where’s My Country?

The Breaking of Nations

Lies and Lying Liars Who Tell Them

Six Days of War

Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World

Letters to the Editor

Émile Crossley