Rephael Harel Ben-Ari
Selected Essays by Mark Pittaway
Edited by Adam Fabry
Mainstream historiography has presented Stalinist parties as 'omnipotent', effectively stripping workers and society in general of its 'relative autonomy'. Building on an impressive amount of archive material, Pittaway convincingly shows how dynamics of class, gender, skill level, and rural versus urban location, shaped politics in the period. The volume also offers novel insights on historical and sociological roots of fascism in Hungary and the politics of legitimacy in the Austro-Hungarian borderlands.
David A. Welch
they possibly can. We are all conservative in that sense. Only when normal science begins to fail repeatedly and obviously, and only when alternatives present themselves as viable contenders in the marketplace of ideas, do we shake off our shackles and embrace new ways of seeing things. When I was
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A study in the evolution of the resident embassy
Geoffrey R. Berridge
Institutional Reforms, New Policies and International Identity of the European Community
Edited by Finn Laursen and Sophie Vanhoonacker
This publication examines the positions which the different Member States, the Commission and the European Parliament have been defending in the Intergovernmental Conference on Political Union and more particularly with regard to one of the most sensitive topics under discussion, namely the development of a Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). The introduction places the debate on the development of a Political Union and a CFSP in an historical perspective and gives an overview of the progression of the negotiations. The concluding chapter presents a general framework for better understanding of the course and results of the negotiations, and a critical evaluation of the outcome. The annexes reproduce the main proposals on the development of a CFSP submitted to the Conference.
Edited by Saul Mullard
Contributors include: Christopher Beckwith, Tsughito Takeuchi, Elliot Sperling, Karl-Heinz Everding, Roberto Vitali, Luciano Petech, Leonard van der Kuijp, Peter Sschweiger, Tsering Shakya, Melvyn Goldstein, Dawa Norbu, Alex McKay, Hsiao-Ting Lin amongst others.
Each issue includes a focused monograph of between 20,000-40,000 words (50-100 pages) presenting the state of the art in a specific diplomatic area in close combination with critical analysis, research, and policy implications.
Brill Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy’s primary readership includes diplomatic scholars, international relations analysts, graduate and undergraduate students of international affairs, foreign policy decision-makers, international NGOs, practitioners, and educators in diplomatic academies
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From its Creation to its Dissolution
Edited by Snežana Trifunovska
It provides researchers in the field of international law, political science of history with documentary information involving international legal and constitutional aspects relating to Yugoslavia.