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LSE Monographs in International Studies

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Editors: Christopher Coker, Frederick Halliday, John Kent, Dominic Lieven, Karen E. Smith

The Centre for International Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science was established in 1967. Its aim is to promote research on a multi-disciplinary basis in the general field of international studies. To this end the Centre offers visiting fellowships, sponsors research projects and seminars and endeavours to secure the publication of manuscripts arising out of them.

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There are 58 books in this series...

America's Commitment to South Korea

The First Decade of the Nixon Doctrine

Anglo-Japanese Alienation 1919–1952

Papers of the Anglo-Japanese Conference on the History of the Second World War
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Between East and West

Israel's Foreign Policy Orientation 1948–1956

Between East and West

Israel's Foreign Policy Orientation 1948–1956

Beyond the Anarchical Society

Grotius, Colonialism and Order in World Politics

Beyond the Anarchical Society

Grotius, Colonialism and Order in World Politics

Britain and East Asia 1933–1937

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Britain and the Origins of the New Europe 1914–1918

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British Policy towards Greece during the Second World War 1941–1944

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Cabinet Decisions on Foreign Policy

The British Experience, October 1938–June 1941

Cabinet Decisions on Foreign Policy

The British Experience, October 1938–June 1941

China's Policy in Africa 1958–71

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Détente and the Nixon Doctrine

American Foreign Policy and the Pursuit of Stability, 1969-1976
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Ethics and Foreign Policy

Ethics and Foreign Policy

Hitler's Strategy 1940–1941

The Balkan Clue
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Sino-Vatican Relations

Problems in Conflicting Authority, 1976–1986

Sino-Vatican Relations

Problems in Conflicting Authority, 1976–1986

The Defence of Malaysia and Singapore

The Transformation of a Security System 1957–1971

The End of the Post-War Era

Documents on Great-Power Relations 1968-1975

The Ethiopian Revolution 1974–1987

A Transformation from an Aristocratic to a Totalitarian Autocracy
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The Ethiopian Revolution 1974–1987

A Transformation from an Aristocratic to a Totalitarian Autocracy
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The Marxist Conception of Ideology

A Critical Essay

The Middle East in China's Foreign Policy, 1949–1977

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The Middle East in China's Foreign Policy, 1949–1977

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The New Interventionism, 1991–1994

United Nations Experience in Cambodia, Former Yugoslavia and Somalia
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The New Interventionism, 1991–1994

United Nations Experience in Cambodia, Former Yugoslavia and Somalia
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The Origins of Polish Socialism

The History and Ideas of the First Polish Socialist Party 1878–1886

The Pattern of Sino-American Crises

Political-Military Interactions in the 1950s

The Politics of Nuclear Consultation in NATO 1965–1980

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The Politics of Oil in Indonesia

Foreign Company-Host Government Relations

The Politics of the Soviet Cinema 1917–1929

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The Second Baldwin Government and the United States, 1924–1929

Attitudes and Diplomacy
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The Second Baldwin Government and the United States, 1924–1929

Attitudes and Diplomacy
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The Slovak Dilemma

The Totalitarian Party

Party and People in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia

Towards a New Liberal Internationalism

The International Theory of J. A. Hobson
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Towards a New Liberal Internationalism

The International Theory of J. A. Hobson
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Turkish Foreign Policy during the Second World War

An 'Active' Neutrality

United Nations Interventionism, 1991–2004

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United Nations Interventionism, 1991–2004

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