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.
What does TWQ stand for?
TWQ stands for Third World Quarterly (journal; Routledge)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of TWQ
- Tactical Water Purification System
- Teck Whye Primary School (Singapore)
- Timber Wolf Preservation Society (Greendale, WI)
- The Wiccan/Pagan Times (publication)
- Tyne & Wear Passenger Transport Authority (UK)
- Total Wealth Pupil Units
- Taiwan PalmPilot User Group
- Township of Upper St. Clair Library (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Teamwork Quality
- The Washington Quarterly (journal)
- Translation Watch Quarterly (journal)
- Texas Water Quality Association
- Tennessee Water Quality Control Act
- The World Quality Organization (Spain; human resources education and training)
- Target Water Quality Range
- Tactical Weather Radar
- Tail Warning Radar
- Technical Work Request
- Teller Wildlife Refuge (Montana)
- Terminal Wealth Relative (portfolio mathematics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Green, "The Heritage of War and State Collapse in Somalia and Somaliland: Local-Level Effects, External Interventions and Reconstruction," Third World Quarterly, Vol.
For background on Islamists and the conflict in Algeria, see Hugh Roberts, "Radical Islamism and the Dilemma of Algerian Nationalism: The Embattled Arians of Algiers," Third World Quarterly, 10, 2 (April 1988): 556-89; Martha Crenshaw, "Political Violence in Algeria," Terrorism and Political Violence 6, 3 (Autumn 1994): 261-280; Hugh Roberts, "From Radical Mission to Equivocal Ambition: The Expansion and Manipulation of Algerian Islamism, 1979-1992, "in Accounting for Fundamentalisms: The Dynamic Character of Movements, ed.
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.