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Klingemann, Hans-Dieter, Mochman, Ekkehard and Newton, Kenneth (eds.) (2000) Elections in central and eastern Europe: the first wave, Berlin, Germany, Sigma
Held, David and McGrew, Anthony (eds.) (2000) The global transformations reader, Cambridge, UK, Polity Press
Brewster, Scott, Joughin, John J., Owen, David and Walker, Richard J. (eds.) (2000) Inhuman reflections: rethinking the limits of the human, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 256pp.
Bailey, Emily, Guthrie, Richard, Howlett, Darryl and Simpson, John (eds.) (2000) PPNN briefing book - volume II: treaties, agreements and other relevant documents (eighth edition), Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 344pp. (Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation (PPNN) Briefing Books).
Freedman, Jane and Tarr, Carrie (eds.) (2000) Women, immigration and identities in France , Oxford, UK, Berg, 256pp.
Armstrong, Chris (2000) Philosophical interpretation in the work of Michael Walzer. Politics, 20, (2), 87-92. (doi:10.1111/1467-9256.00116).
Bailey, Emily, Guthrie, Richard, Howlett, Darryl and Simpson, John (2000) The evolution of the nuclear non-proliferation regime (Sixth Edition), Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 76pp. (PPNN Briefing Book, 1).
Bailey, Emily, Guthrie, Richard, Howlett, Darryl and Simpson, John (2000) The evolution of the nuclear non-proliferation regime (sixth edition), Southampton, UK, Mountbatten Centre for International Policy Studies, 76pp. (PPNN Briefing Book, 1).
Bailey, Emily and Simpson, John (2000) Issues and options for the 2000 NPT Review Conference, Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 8pp. (Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation (PPNN) Issue Reviews 17).
Bailey, Emily and Simpson, John (2000) The strengthened review process of the NPT: lessons from the past and options for the future. In, Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation (PPNN). Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 1-8. (PPNN Issue Reviews 18).
Evans, Tony (2000) Globalization, human rights and international citizenship. Alternatives, 25, (4), 315-438.
Freedman, Jane (2000) Assessment of the results of the European elections in terms of women's participation and factors influencing the 1999 results. Brussels, BE, European Commission
Freedman, Jane (2000) Immigrant and ethnic minority women in contemporary France. In, Gregory, Abigail and Tidd, Ursula (eds.) Women in Contemporary France. Oxford, UK, Berg.
Freedman, Jane (2000) Women in the European parliament: uniting and representing women’s interests? In, Axford, Barrie, Berghahn, Daniela and Hewlett, Nick (eds.) Unity and Diversity in the New Europe. Bern, Germany, Peter Lang.
Gregory, Frank and Brooke, Gerald (2000) Policing economic transition and increasing revenue: A case study of the Federal Tax Police Service and the Russian Federation. Europe-Asia Studies, 52, (3), 433-455.
Hill, Dilys (2000) Urban policy and politics in Britain, Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan, 272pp. (Contemporary Political Studies).
Howlett, Darryl, Ogilvie-White, Tanya, Simpson, John and Taylor, Emily (2000) Nuclear weapons policy at the crossroads, London, UK, Chatham House
Littlewood, J. (2000) NLWs and Urban Warfare: Aspects of US Thinking. In, Non-Lethal Weapons: Technological and Operational Prospects. UK, Jane's Information Group, 21-31. (Jane's Special Reports).
Littlewood, Jez (2000) The future of biological weapons control. In, Russell, Alan and Vogler, John (eds.) The International Politics of Biotechnology: Investigating Global Futures. Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 186-196.
Maloney, William, Smith, Graham and Stoker, Gerry (2000) Social capital and urban governance: adding a more contextualised 'top-down' perspective. Political Studies, 48, (4), 802-820. (doi:10.1111/1467-9248.00284).
Mason, Andrew (2000) Communitarianism and its legacy. In, O'Sullivan, Noel (eds.) Political Theory in Transition. Oxford, UK, Routledge.
Mason, Andrew (2000) Community, solidarity and belonging: levels of community and their normative significance, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 254pp.
Mason, Andrew (2000) XI: equality, personal resposibility and gender, socialisation. Proceedings of the Aristotelean Society, 100, (3), 227. (doi:10.1111/1467-9264.00078).
Miller, W.L., Dickson, M. and Stoker, G. (2000) Models of local governance: political theory and public opinion in Britain, London, UK, Palgrave / Macmillan Press, 270pp.
Newton, Kenneth (2000) Versagt politische marketing? In, Niedermayer, Oskar and Westle, Bettina (eds.) Demokratie und Partizipation. Wiesbaden, Germany, Westdeutscher Verlag, 177-191.
Newton, Kenneth and Norris, Pippa (2000) Confidence in political institutions: faith, culture, or performance? In, Pharr, Susan and Putnam, Robert (eds.) Disaffected Democracies. What's Troubling the Trilateral Countries? Princeton, UK, Princeton University Press, 52-73.
Owen, D. (2000) Is there a doctrine of will to power? International Studies in Philosophy, XXXII, (3)
Owen, David (2000) Of overgrown children and last men: Nietzsche's critique and Weber's cultural science. Nietzsche-studien, 29
Owen, David (2000) "Postmodern" political sociology. In, Nash, Kate and Scott, Alan (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology. Oxford, UK, Basil Blackwell. (Blackwell Companions to Sociology).
Owen, David and Ridley, Aaron (2000) Dramatis personae: Nietzsche as cultural physician. In, Schrift, Alan D. (eds.) Why Nietzsche Still? Reflections on Drama, Culture, and Politics. Berkeley, USA, University of California press.
Pierre, J. and Stoker, G. (2000) Towards multi-level governance. In, Dunleavy, P., Gamble, A., Holliday, I. and Peele, G. (eds.) Developments in British Politics 6. UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 29-44.
Poku, N., Renwick, N. and Glenn, J. (2000) Human security in a globalising world. In, Graham, David T. and Poku, Nana (eds.) Migration, Globalisation and Human Security. London, GB, Routledge, 9-22.
Poku, Nana K. (2000) Poverty, AIDS and the politics of response. International Relations, 15, (3), 39-52.
Poore, S.E. (2000) Strategic culture and non-nuclear weapon outcomes: the cases of Australia, South Africa and Sweden. University of Southampton, Department of Politics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Doctoral Thesis , 263pp.
Simpson, John, (2000) Memorandum submitted by Professor John Simpson, University of Southampton. In, Anderson, Donald (Chairman) (eds.) Eighth Report. Weapons of Mass Destruction: Report, Proceedings, Evidence and Appendices. London, UK, The Stationery Office, 30-39. (House of Commons Papers HC 407).
Smith, Graham (2000) Toward deliberative institutions. In, Saward, Michael (eds.) Democratic Innovation: Deliberation, Representation and Association. , Routledge, 60-72.
Smith, Mark (2000) NATO enlargement during the cold war: strategy and system in the western alliance, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave, 224pp. (Cold War History).
Stoker, G. (2000) From new management to new labour: tensions and hopes in the reform of British local government. In, Amna, E. and Montin, S. (eds.) Towards a New Concept of local self-government? Bergen, Norway, Fagbokforaget.
Stoker, G. (2000) Introduction. In, Stoker, G. (eds.) The New Politics of British Local Government. London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 1-10.
Stoker, G. (2000) The New Politics of British Local Governance, London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 320pp.
Stoker, G. (2000) Urban Political Science and the Challenge of Urban Governance. In, Pierre, J. (eds.) Debating Governance: Authority, Steering, and Democracy. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
Stoker, G., Maloney, W. and Smith, G. (2000) Social capital and urban governance: adding a more contextualized `top-down' perspective. Political Studies, 48, (4), 802-820. (doi:10.1111/1467-9248.00284).
Thomas, Caroline (2000) Global governance, development and human security: the challenge of poverty and inequality, London, UK, Pluto, 168pp. (Human Security in the Global Economy).