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  Volume 25, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review of International Affairs

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Special Issue: Villainy

Foreword

pp. 1-2
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Theoretical Perspectives

Moral Evil and International Relations

pp. 3-16
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The Value(s) of Realism

pp. 17-25
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The Question of Elimination

The New Age of Assassination

pp. 27-39
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Assassination and Preventive Killing

pp. 41-57
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Rogues, Thubs, and Outlaws

Fighting the Illicit Trafficking of Small Arms

pp. 59-68
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Of Note

Huseyin Baybasin -- Europe's Pablo Escobar

pp. 69-70
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Of Note

The Transnistrian Dilemma

pp. 71-73
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The Accidental Dictatorship of Alexander Lukashenko

pp. 75-88
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Charting Castro's Possible Successors

pp. 89-103
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Of Note

South America's Tri-Borders Region

pp. 105-106
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A Report from the Field: Georgia's War against Contraband and the Struggle for Territorial Integrity

pp. 107-121
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Iran, Proliferation Magnet

pp. 123-138
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Of Note

Kaliningrad, Adrift in Europe

pp. 139-141
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Corruption and International Security

pp. 143-152
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Of Note

A Formidable Task for Torture's Healers

pp. 153-154
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Maritime Piracy: Defining the Problem

pp. 155-165
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Other Essays

Understanding and Strategy

pp. 167-173
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The United Nations' Celebrity Diplomacy

pp. 175-185
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Reviews

Securing the Future of the United Nations

pp. 187-191
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Stopping the Unstoppable Wars

pp. 193-197
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In Search of an Effective Democratic Realism

pp. 199-205
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Recent Books

Final Solutions: Mass Killing and Genocide in the twentieth Century (review)

pp. 207-209
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South America's Tri-Borders Region

pp. 209-211
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Correspondence

Response to Timothy Samuel Shah, The Bible and the Ballot Box: Evangelicals and Democracy in the 'Global South,' The SAIS Review of International Affairs, 24, no. 2 (Summer-Fall 2004), 117-132

pp. 213-214
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Research Areas

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