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Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy

Series Editor: Christian Lequesne

The Science Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy consists of works emanating from the foremost French researchers from Sciences Po, Paris. Sciences Po was founded in 1872 and is today one of the most prestigious universities for teaching and research in social sciences in France, recognized worldwide.

This series focuses on the transformations of the international arena, in a world where the state, though its sovereignty is questioned, reinvents itself. The series explores the effects on international relations and the world economy of regionalization, globalization, and transnational flows at large. This evolution in world affairs sustains a variety of networks from the ideological to the criminal or terrorist. Besides the geopolitical transformations of the globalized planet, the new political economy of the world has a decided impact on its destiny as well, and this series hopes to uncover what that is.

Christian Lequesne is a Senior Research Fellow and the Deputy Director of CERI at Sciences Po, Paris. He is also a Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges.

 

The Gamble of War: Is It Possible to Justify Preventive War? (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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The Gamble of War
Democracy at Large: NGOs, Political Foundations, Think Tanks and International Organizations (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Democracy at Large
Diplomacy of Connivance:  (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Diplomacy of Connivance
Limited Achievements: Obama's Foreign Policy (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Limited Achievements
The RAND Corporation (1989-2009): The Reconfiguration of Strategic Studies in the United States (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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The RAND Corporation (1989-2009)
War Veterans in Postwar Situations: Chechnya, Serbia, Turkey, Peru, and Côte d’Ivoire (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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War Veterans in Postwar Situations
Making Peace: The Contribution of International Institutions (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Making Peace
China and India in Central Asia: A New "Great Game"? (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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China and India in Central Asia
Israel's Asymmetric Wars:  (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Israel's Asymmetric Wars
Organized Crime and States: The Hidden Face of Politics (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Organized Crime and States
In the Name of the Nation: Nationalism and Politics in Contemporary Russia (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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In the Name of the Nation
Building Constitutionalism in China:  (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Building Constitutionalism in China
Central and Eastern Europe: Europeanization and Social Change (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Central and Eastern Europe
The Politics of Regional Integration in Latin America: Theoretical and Comparative Explorations (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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The Politics of Regional Integration in Latin America
An Identity for Europe: The Relevance of Multiculturalism in EU Construction (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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An Identity for Europe
Justifying War?: From Humanitarian Intervention to Counterterrorism (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Justifying War?
Democracies at War against Terrorism: A Comparative Perspective (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Democracies at War against Terrorism
Norms over Force: The Enigma of European Power (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Norms over Force
Moralizing International Relations: Called to Account (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Moralizing International Relations
Equality and Transparency: A Strategic Perspective on Affirmative Action in American Law (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Equality and Transparency
With Us or Against Us: Studies in Global Anti-Americanism (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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With Us or Against Us
Vietnam's New Order: International Perspectives on the State and Reform in Vietnam (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Vietnam's New Order
Revisiting Nationalism: Theories and Processes (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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Revisiting Nationalism
The Political Economy of Emerging Markets: Actors, Institutions and Financial Crises in Latin America (Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy)
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The Political Economy of Emerging Markets

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