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Samples in periodicals archive:
Liliana Obregon, "Between Civilisation and Barbarism: Creole Interventions in International Law," Third World Quarterly 27, no.
American University of Beirut political scientist Danyel Reiche describes professional sports and particularly football in Lebanon in an essay in Third World Quarterly as the sector with the most "direct confrontation among the different sectarian and political groups" because "whereas the political system prevents sects from competing with each other there are no separate sectarian (sports) leagues.
The subject is highly interdisciplinary, and so selections are from diverse publications, among them: Science Communication, Third World Quarterly, Journal of World Intellectual Property, International Studies Quarterly, Telecommunications Policy, and World Trade Review.
Hinnebusch, 'Charisma, Revolution, and State Formation: Qaddafi and Libya,' Third World Quarterly, Vol.
Abbas Alnasrawi, "Economic Consequence of Iran-Iraq War," Third World Quarterly, no.
earlier publications such as Paul Aarts, "Democracy, Oil and the Gulf War", in Third World Quarterly, 13(1992)3, pp.