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Divided, Frustrated and Powerless: U.S. Efforts to Combat Iranian State-Sponsored Terrorism, 1979-89

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British NGOs in Afghanistan: 1982-1991 and 2001-2005

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“If I am required to be a refugee, I hope I make it to Austria”: Rethinking Hungarian Refugee Reception in 1956 by Austria

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‘A Crime to Remain Silent’: The International Response to Allied Atrocities during the Korean War, 1948-1953

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“If I am required to be a refugee, I hope I make it to Austria”: Rethinking Hungarian Refugee Reception in 1956 by Austria

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‘A friend, to the Israelis’? An assessment of Margaret Thatcher’s policy towards Israel in her first term.

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The ‘Teutonic Phoenix’: France, the European Defence Community and Solving the Problem of German Rearmament

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‘Sharp Divisions of Interest and Function’? Anglo-American Relations and Containment in the Far East, 1949-1951

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Dispelling the mythology: a critical examination of the effect that Margaret Thatcher’s purported ideological principles had on Britain’s implementation of a libertarian foreign policy

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