Greatest Hits: Outstanding Contributions to the Towson University Journal of International Affairs

Make No Drones About It (p. 50-69)
Jake Loewner

Why South Africa Dismantled its Nuclear Weapons (p. 70-79)
Evelin Andrespok

Knowledge, Constitutive Interests and the World Wide Web: Can the Internet be an Emancipatory Medium (p. 80-90)
James C. Roberts

Is International Law Compatible with Peace in a War-Torn Society? Trials and Tribulations in Bosnia (p. 91-98)
Linda S. Bishai

The 1991 and 1917 Bolshevik Coups Compared (p. 99-128)
Harry G. Kyriakodis

The Reagan Pipeline Sanctions (p. 129-154)
Oliver C. Dziggel

On the Road to Peace in the Middle East (p. 155-165)
Michael Curtis

The Politics of the U.S. Trade Embargo of Cuba (p. 166-182)
David W. Dent and Carol O’Brien

Law of War in the Arab-Israeli Conflict: On Water and On Land (p. 183-195)
Richard R. Baxter

Conflict Resolution and the U.N. Peace-keeping Forces (p. 196-209)
Quincy Wright

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