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archived issue  December, 2012 volume 33, issue 3


LEGAL SOURCES OF RESTRAINT

Practices of Legalization in Arms Control and Disarmament: the ICRC, CCW and Landmines
Ritu Mathur | Download

STRATEGIC CULTURE

Time to Move On: Reconceptualising the Strategic Culture Debate
Alan Bloomfield | Download

AMERICA ADJUSTS

American Exceptionalism and President Obama’s Call for Abolition of Nuclear Weapons
Andrew Butfoy

Managing Relative Decline: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis of the 2012 U.S. Defense Strategic Guidance
Kevin Marsh

TURKEY'S IRANIAN CHALLENGE

Turkish Nuclear Security after Iranian Nuclearization
Nurşin Ateşoğlu Güney

SAUDI ARABIA AFTER THE ARAB SPRING

Kingdom in Crisis? The Arab Spring and Instability in Saudi Arabia
Simon Mabon

AVOIDING WAR IN SOUTH ASIA

Escalation Control, Deterrence Diplomacy and America’s Role in South Asia's Nuclear Crises
Bhumitra Chakma

Cold Start Doctrine: the Conventional Challenge to South Asian Stability
Zafar Khan

BOOK REVIEWS

Looking for Balance: China, the United States, and Power Balancing in East Asia, by Steve Chan
Jagannath P. Panda

Israel's Security and Its Arab Citizens, by Hillel Frisch
Ohad Leslau

The Art of Coercion: The Primitive Accumulation and Management of Coercive Power, by Antonio Giustozzi
Matteo Tondini

The Regional Security Governance of Regional Organizations, by Emil J. Kirchner and Roberto Domínguez (eds.)
Derrick V. Frazier

Secret Patenting in the USSR and Russia, by John A. Martens
John Hart

The Politics of Space Security: Strategic Restraint and the Pursuit of National Interests, by James Clay Moltz
Alessandro Shimabukuro

On Nuclear Deterrence: The Correspondence of Sir Michael Quinlan, by Tanya Ogilvie-White (ed.)
James T. Quinlivan

The US-India Nuclear Pact: Policy, Process, and Great Power Politics by Harsh V. Pant
Zia Mian

The 9/11 Effect: Comparative Counter-Terrorism, by Kent Roach
Beatrice de Graaf

Afghan Endgames: Strategy and Policy Choices for America’s Longest War, by Hy Rothstein and John Arquilla (eds.)
Tom Dyson

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Beyond Great Powers and Hegemons: Why Secondary States Support, Follow or Challenge, by Kristen P. Williams, Steven E. Lobell, and Neal G. Jesse (eds.)
Graeme P. Herd

Explaining Foreign Policy: U.S. Decision-Making in the Gulf Wars, by Steve A. Yetiv
Jack Kalpakian