International Relations is multi-disciplinary and includes a wide variety of fields of study, including primarily the social science disciplines of Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology, as well as recognizing that cultural studies such as language, literature, and religion are equally important for understanding other peoples and societies.

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2004

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Evaluating track-two diplomacy in pre-negotiation: A comparative assessment of track-two initiatives on water and Jerusalem in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Cerag Esra Cuhadar

2001

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Refugees in flux: Bosnian refugees in Austria and the United States, 1992--2000, Barbara Franz

2000

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United Nations partnerships with business: A quest for a renewed legitimacy in the age of global governance. The case of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Berangere Nicole Ruchat

1997

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Grassroots and the state: Perspectives from the neighbors' movement in Caracas, Venezuela, Angelo Agustin Rivero Santos

1993

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International protection of journalists: Practice and prospects, Amit Mukherjee

1973

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Regional Accommodation In Southeast Asia: A Study Of Attitudinal Compatibility And Distance, Llewellyn Donald Howell Jr.

1960

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The Kurdish Nationalist Movement: its origins and development, Wadie Jwaideh

1955

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Political Development of Vietnam, VJ-Day to the Geneva Cease-Fire: Volume I: the Viet-Minh Regime. Volume II: State of Vietnam. Volume III: International Aspects of the Vietnam Problem, Bernard B. Fall