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Boucher, David 2000. Hegel and Marx on international relations. In: Burns, Tony and Fraser, Ian eds. The Hegel Marx Connection, Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp. 217-239.

Boucher, David 2000. Steel, skill and survival: A social history of rugby in Ebbw Vale and the Valleys. Llandybie: Dinefwr Press.

Boucher, David and Vincent, Andrew 2000. British idealism and political theory. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

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Cole, Alistair Mark and Drake, Helen 2000. The Europeanization of the French polity: continuity, change and adaptation. Journal of European Public Policy 7 (1) , pp. 26-43. 10.1080/135017600343250

Cole, Alistair Mark and John, Peter 2000. When do countries, sectors and localities matter? Comparing networks of local policy makers in Britain and France. Comparative Political Studies 33 (2) , pp. 248-268. 10.1177/0010414000033002004

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Egede, Edwin 2000. The New Territorial Waters (Amendment) Act 1998 - Comments on the impact of international law on Nigerian law. African Journal of International and Comparative Law 12 (1) , pp. 84-104.

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Garrard, Graeme Andrew 2000. The curious enlightenment of Professor Rorty. Critical Review 14 (4) , pp. 421-439. 10.1080/08913810008443567

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Haddock, Bruce Anthony 2000. State, nation and Risorgimento. In: Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino eds. The Politics of Italian National Identity : A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Cardiff: University Wales Press, pp. 11-49.

Haddock, Bruce Anthony 2000. A Vichian defence of ideal eternal history. In: Ratto, Franco ed. Il mondo di Vico/Vico nel mondo in ricordo di Giorgio Tagliacozzo, Edizioni Guerra, pp. 219-230.

Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino 2000. Concluding reflections: Italy, Europe and multiform identities. In: Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino eds. The Politics of Italian National Identity: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Cardiff: University Wales Press, pp. 277-285.

Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino 2000. Introduction. In: Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino eds. The Politics of Italian National Identity : A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Cardiff: University Wales Press, pp. 1-10.

Haddock, Bruce Anthony and Bedani, Gino 2000. The politics of Italian national identity: A multidisciplinary perspective. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

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Marsh, Steve and Dobson, Alan 2000. US foreign policy since 1945. The Making of the Contemporary World, London: Routledge.

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Scully, Roger 2000. Democracy, legitimacy and the European Parliament. In: Green Cowles, Maria and Smith, Michael eds. The State of the European Union : Risks, Reform, Resistance, and Revival, Vol. 5. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 228-245.

Sutch, Peter David Edward 2000. Global civil society and international ethics: Mervyn Frost's restatement of constitutive theory. Review of International Studies 26 (3) , pp. 485-489.
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Sutch, Peter David Edward 2000. Human rights as settled norms: Mervyn Frost and the limits of Hegelian human rights theory. Review of International Studies 26 (2) , pp. 215-231.
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Wyn Jones, Richard 2000. Message in a bottle? theory and praxis in critical security studies. In: Sheehan, Michael ed. National and International Security, International Library of Politics & Comparative Government, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 461-482.

Wyn Jones, Richard 2000. Saunders Lewis a'r Blaid Genedlaethol. In: Jenkins, Geraint ed. Cof Cenedl XV : Ysgrifau ar Hanes Cymru, Vol. XV. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, pp. 163-192.

Wyn Jones, Richard, Trystan, Dafydd and Taylor, Bridget 2000. Voting patterns in the referendum. In: Balsom, Denis and Jones, J. Barry eds. Road to the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 161-175.

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