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Volume Index 2006 ARTICLES AND REJOINDERS: Altunisik, Meliha Benli and Ozlem Tiir, From Distant Neighbors to Partners?: Changing Syrian-Turkish Relations, 37(2) 229-248 Aybet, Gilnur, Turkey and the EU After the First Year of Negotiations: Reconciling Internal and External Policy Challenges, 37(4) 529-549 Bell, Colleen, Surveillance Strategies and Populations at Risk: Biopolitical Governance in Canada’s National Security Policy, 37(2) 147-165 Boulden, Jane, Double Standards, Distance and Disengagement: Collective Legitimization in the Post-Cold War Security Council, 37(3) 409-423 C.A.S.E. Collective, Critical Approaches to Security in Europe: A Networked Manifesto, 37(4) 443-487 Carpenter, R. Charli, Recognizing Gender-Based Violence Against Civilian Men and Boys in Conflict Situations, 37(1) Cockayne, James and David M. Malone, Creeping Unilateralism: How Operation Provide Comfort and the No-Fly Zones in 1991 and 1992 Paved the Way for the Iraq Crisis of 2003, 37(1) Denov, Myriam S., Wartime Sexual Violence: Assessing a Human Security Response to War-AffectGeirdl s in Sierra Leone, 37(3) 319-342 Giegerich, Bastian, Darya Pushkina and Adam Mount, Towards a Strategic Partnership?: The US and Russian Response to the European Security and Defence Policy, 37(3) 385-407 Hoogensen, Gunhild and Kirsti Stuvoy, Gender, Resistance and Human Security, 37(2) 207-228 Jackson, Nicole J., International Organizations, Security Dichotomies and the Trafficking of Persons and Narcotics in Post-Soviet Central Asia: A Critique of the Securitization Framework, 37(3) 299-317 Jutila, Matti, Desecuritizing Minority Rights: Against Determinism, 37(2) 167-185 Kent, Alexandra, Reconfiguring Security: Buddhism and Moral Legitimacy in Cambodia, 37(3) 343-361 Malksoo, Maria, From Existential Politics Towards Normal Politics?: The Baltic 275-297 States in the Enlarged Europe, 37(3) Malone, David M. see Cockayne, James Matlary, Janne Haaland, When Soft Power Turns Hard: Is an EU Strategic Culture Possible?, 37(1) 105-121 Moses, Jonathon W., The Umma of Democracy, 37(4) 489-508 Mount, Adam see GiegeriBcasht,ia n Neocleous, Mark, From Social to National Security: On the Fabrication of Economic Order, 37(3) 363-384 Pushkina, Darya see Giegerich, Bastian Rieker, Pernille, From Common Defence to Comprehensive Security: Towards the Europeanization of French Foreign and Security Policy?, 37(4) 509-528 Roe, Paul, Reconstructing Identities or Managing Minorities? Desecuritizing Minority Rights: A Response to Jutila, 37(3) 425-438 Stern, Maria, ‘We’ the Subject: The Power and Failure of( In)Security, 37(2) 187-205 le ~ © 2006 PRIO, www.prio.no |S ECURI TY SAGE Publications, http://sdi.sagepub.com [DIAL@GUE| Vol. 37(4): 563-564, DOI: 10.1177 /0967010606073087 564 Security Dialogue vol. 37, no. 4, December 2006 Stuvoy, Kirsti see Hoogensen, Gunhild Tur, Ozlem see Altunisik, Meliha Benli SPECIAL SECTION CONTRIBUTIONS: Huysmans, Jef, International Politics of Insecurity: Normativity, Inwardness and the Exception, 37(1) Jabri, Vivienne, War, Security and the Liberal State, 37(1) Neal, Andrew W., Foucault in Guantdnamo: Towards an Archaeology of the Exception, 37(1) Walker, R. B. J., Lines of Insecurity: International, Imperial, Exceptional, 37(1) INTRODUCTIONS: Walker, R. B. J., Editor’s Introduction, 37(1) REVIEW ESSAYS AND REFERENCE REVIEWS: Jones, Adam, A Seminal Reference Work on Genocide, 37(1) 143-144 Nieminen, Katja, The Difficult Equation of Long-Term Peace and Post-Conflict Governance, 37(2) 263-272 Porter, Patrick, Shadow Wars: Asymmetric Warfare in the Past and Future, 37(4) 551-561 Roberts, David, Human Security Or Human Insecurity?: Moving the Debate Forward, 37(2) 249-261 “a A Word of Thanks to our Referees, 37(1)

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