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Archive: Koremenos, Oct 07, 2004, "What is New and Exciting in International Relations Research Today?"
Barbara Koremenos, University of California, Los Angeles “What is New and Exciting in International Relations Research Today?” More)
Archive: Gruber, Oct 14, 2004, "Information, Uncertainty and the Decision to Secede"
Lloyd Gruber, University of Chicago “Information, Uncertainty and the Decision to Secede” More)
Archive: MacIntosh, Oct 21, 2004, "Open Questions: Do We Really Know that Globalization (Ultimately) Benefits the Poor?"
Christopher MacIntosh, University of Chicago “Open Questions: Do We Really Know that Globalization (Ultimately) Benefits the Poor?” More)
Archive: Thompson, Oct 28, 2004, "Theory Across Time: IR's quest for Time-less Theory"
Alexander Thompson, Ohio State University “Theory Across Time: IR's quest for Time-less Theory” More)
Archive: Walter, Nov 11, 2004, "A Climate for Change: Uncertainty and Flexibility in the Kyoto Regime"
Barbara Walter, University of California, San Diego “A Climate for Change: Uncertainty and Flexibility in the Kyoto Regime” More)
Archive: Smith, Nov 18, 2004, "Bioshield or Pandora’s Box? The Impact of Defense Politics on Biotechnology"
Frank Smith, University of Chicago “Bioshield or Pandora’s Box? The Impact of Defense Politics on Biotechnology” More)
Archive: Sagan, Dec 02, 2004, ""Why Don't States Renounce Nuclear Weapons? : Three Models Still Searching for a Bomb""
Scott Sagan, Stanford University “"Why Don't States Renounce Nuclear Weapons? : Three Models Still Searching for a Bomb"” More)
Archive: Wallander, Jan 06, 2005, "Global Changes and Russian Foreign Policy"
Celeste Wallander, Center for Strategic and International Studies “Global Changes and Russian Foreign Policy” More)
Archive: Lebow, Jan 13, 2005, "Fear, Interest and Honor: Outlines of a Theory of International Relations"
Ned Lebow, Dartmouth College “Fear, Interest and Honor: Outlines of a Theory of International Relations” More)
Archive: Alexander, Jan 20, 2005, "Waiting for Balancing: Why the World Isn’t Pushing Back"
Gerard Alexander, University of Virginia “Waiting for Balancing: Why the World Isn’t Pushing Back” More)
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