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From Here to Extraterritoriality: The United States Within and Beyond Borders
(International Studies Association Conference, 1997-03-18)
Beginning in the late eighteenth century and running well into the twentieth, the United States claimed at least partial extraterritorial jurisdiction over American citizens in countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, ...
From Personalism to Territoriality: State Authority and Foreign Policy in Medieval and Modern Europe
(International Studies Association Conference, 1996-04-16)
This paper has two primary purposes – to develop a more sophisticated conceptualization of state authority relations and to demonstrate the utility of this conceptualization in explaining state behavior. It attempts to ...
Academic Libraries: "Social" or "Communal?" The Nature and Future of Academic Libraries
The apparent death of academic libraries, as measured by declining circulation of print materials, reduced use of reference services, and falling gate counts, has led to calls for a more “social” approach to academic ...