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  Volume 25, Number 2, Summer-Fall 2005

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review of International Affairs

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Special Issue: Symbol and Substance

Foreword

pp. 1-2
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Theory and Practice

Strategic Culture and American Empire

pp. 3-18
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Social Science Research Isolation and Tajikistan

pp. 19-26
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Addressing the Past

German Foreign Policy and the Shadow of the Past

pp. 27-41
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Finnish Neutrality Policy during the Cold War

pp. 43-52
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Public Apologies as Performative Redress

pp. 53-66
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Of Note

Infallible Apologies

pp. 67-68
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Defining a Nation

Symbol and Sovereignty in North Korea

pp. 69-79
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Of Note

Minting National Identity

pp. 81-82
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Taiwan's Identity Challenge

pp. 83-92
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A Preliminary Assessment of Saddam Hussein's Legacy

pp. 93-103
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Friends and Neighbors

Nationalism, Indignation, and China's Japan Policy

pp. 105-114
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A Malign Sense of Sovereignty: Canada's Debate Over U.S. Trade Relations

pp. 115-125
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Sites of Creation and Contest in Northern Ireland

pp. 127-137
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Of Note

The Symbolic Power of Gold

pp. 139-140
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Other Essays

Thailand's Underground War

pp. 141-156
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A New Non-Proliferation Strategy

pp. 157-165
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Moving Money: Aid Fungibility In Africa

pp. 167-180
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Reviews

Beyond Poverty, Beyond Europe

pp. 181-185
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Connections and Consequences

pp. 187-190
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Nous Sommes Tous Neocons Maintenant

pp. 191-194
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