See also Sridhar Venkatapuram, Health justice: an argument from the capabilities approach, pp. 643–45
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Special Issue: Rio+20 and the global environment: reflections on theory and practice
Volume 88, Issue 3, pages 625–681, May 2012
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(2012), Book reviews. International Affairs, 88: 625–681. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2346.2012.01092.x
See also Paul D. Williams, War and conflict in Africa, pp. 665–66; Sandy Gall, War against the Taliban: why it all went wrong in Afghanistan, pp. 668–69
See also John Lewis Gaddis, George F. Kennan: an American life, pp. 674–75
See also Jan Plamper, The Stalin cult: a study in the alchemy of power; David Brandenberger, Propaganda state in crisis: Soviet ideology, indoctrination, and terror under Stalin, 1927–1941, pp. 649–51; Anatoly Adamishin and Richard Schifter, Human rights, perestroika, and the end of the Cold War, pp. 651–52
See also Nnimmo Bassey, To cook a continent: destructive extraction and the climate crisis in Africa, pp. 648–49
See also Charles Ebinger, Energy and security in South Asia: cooperation or conflict?, pp. 646–48
See also Arvind Subramanian, Eclipse: living in the shadow of China's economic dominance, pp. 636–37; Masuma Farooki and Raphael Kaplinsky, The impact of China on global commodity prices: the global reshaping of the resource sector, pp. 637–39.
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