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Back to the Future?

Author(s)George, James
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2000
Date Created-

Conclusion: the culture wars reconsidered

Author(s)George, James; Abjorensen, Norman; Huynh, Kim
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Creating Neo-Liberal Globalisation: Some Thoughts on the Preponderance Theme in U.S. Strategic and Economic Policy

Author(s)George, James
TypeConference paper
Date Published2003
Date CreatedFebruary 28 2003

Culture war as foreign policy in the US and Australia

Author(s)George, James; Hutchison, Michael
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2009
Date Created-

International Relations Theory in an Age of Critical Diversity

Author(s)George, James
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2012
Date Created-

Introduction: are the culture wars over?

Author(s)George, James
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Leo Strauss, Neoconservatism and US Foreign Policy: Esoteric Nihilism and the Bush Doctrine

Author(s)George, James
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Patterns of Dissent: Critical Social Theory and International Relations

Author(s)George, James; Campbell, David
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2000
Date Created-

Realism, Ethics and International Relations: Thinking Beyond the Egoism-Anarchy Thematic

Author(s)George, James
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2002
Date Created-
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The Australian History Wars as Culture war: the struggle for memory, identity and truth inside and outside the modern university

Author(s)George, James
TypeConference paper
Date Published2009
Date CreatedFebruary 17-20 2009

The Neo-Conservative Ascendancy and US Hegemony: History, Legacies and Implications

Author(s)George, James
TypeConference paper
Date Published2005
Date CreatedMarch 1 2005

The neo-conservatives and America's culture wars

Author(s)George, James
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Will the Chickenhawks come home to roost? Iraq, US preponderance and its implications for Australia

Author(s)George, James
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
Date Created-
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