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Quantitative and analytical social scientists increasingly have become interested in analyzing traditional normative problems. In this article we discuss the operationalization of conjectures contained in the Donagan—Aquinas thesis about the agreement of lay people and ethicists with the...
As Iran's most homogeneous socio-professional group, the Bazar has played an important role in the continuing violence in that country. Prior to the Islamic revolution, the Bazar reacted to systematical peripheralization by state violence, assassinations, and terrorist actions. After the Islamic...
The changing strategic climate in Europe has led to considerable speculation about major cuts in military spending. This paper examines the economic implications of such reductions in military spending for the UK. The international economic and strategic context is discussed and then a...
The environment has now become firmly established as an item on the agenda of peace research. However, perceptions of the interrelationship between peace and environmental issues differ widely. In order to prepare the way for systematic analysis of this interrelationship, four linkages are...
There is a sizeable theoretical and empirical literature on the relation between defense spending and important macro-economic variables, but a lack of specific models. In an interesting study published in this journal in 1984, Cappelen, Gleditsch & Bjerkholt (CGB) developed a theoretical model...
The American `Empire' is a fine interpretive essay on the sources and limits of United States influence in world politics since 1945. Geir Lundestad links issues of politics, economics and security, emphasizing the importance of local politics in determining the extent of US influence. In his...
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