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World Economics and Politics
1006-9550
2010 Issue 8
Taboo and Arms Control
Dai Ying Li Bin Wu Riqiang Dai Ying; Ph. D. Candidate; Tsinghua University’s Department of International Relations;Li Bin; Professor; Tsinghua University’s Department of International Relations; Wu Riqiang; Ph.D. Candidate; Tsinghua University’s Department of International Relations.
..............page:48-62,157
International Morality of Regional Cooperation and the Responsibility of Great Powers
Chen Yugang;Associate Research Fellow; School of International Relations and Public Affairs; Fudan University.
..............page:63-76,158
Relationalism and the Chinese School
Gao Shangtao; Associate Research Fellow; Institute of International Relations at China Foreign Affairs University.
..............page:116-138,159-160
Strive for "Just Sanctions":An Anatomy of the Political Causes and Ethical Dimensions of International Economic Sanctions
Shi Bin;Professor at School of International Studies;Nanjing University;China.
..............page:24-47,156-157
The "Practice Turn" of IR Theories
Zhu Liqun Nie Wenjuan Zhu Liqun; Professor; International Studies at China Foreign Affairs University; Nie Wenjuan; Ph. D. Candidate; Institute of International Relations; China Foreign Affairs University.
..............page:98-115,159
When Do Commercial Institutions Promote Peace:A Case Study of ECOWAS
Lang Ping; Associate Research Fellow;Institute of World Economics and Politics;CASS.
..............page:139-155,160
Moral Constraints on Preemptive War:A Case Study of the Iraq War in 2003
Zhou Guiyin; Director and Professor; Department of International and Strategic Studies; PLA International Studies University; Nanjing; China; 210039.
..............page:4-23,156
Human Rights,Foreign Aid,and Development:A Case Study of Africa
Xiong Wenchi; Assistant Professor of School of International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs; Shanghai International Studies University.
..............page:77-97,158-159