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Langley, Paul, Ashenden, Samantha, Barry, Andrew, Bear, Laura, Kelly, Ann, McGoey, Linsey J., Molyneux, Maxine, Neyland, Daniel, Parry, Bronwyn, Tonkiss, Fran and Weszkalnys, Gisa (2023) Nigel Dodd: an appreciation. Economy and Society, 52 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 0308-5147

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1986) Soviet Azerbaijan in the 1980s. Middle East Report, 16 (1). pp. 31-34. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1986) The Soviet Union and the Ethiopian revolution. Third World Affairs.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1985) Thirty years after Bandung. Mainstream, 23 (35). p. 15.

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Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1988) Olof Palme and the legacy of Bandung: a balance sheet. In: Buenor Hadjor, Kofi, (ed.) New Perspectives in North-South Dialogue: Essays in Honour of Olof Palme. I.B. Tauris Publishers, pp. 157-166. ISBN 978-1850431053

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Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1981) The Ethiopian revolution. Verso (Firm : London, England). ISBN 978-0860917410

Online resource

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1989) Secular state wrestles with religion for Tunisian ascendency. Guardian (26 May 1989). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1983) Political ideas: Marxism's third life. New Statesman and Society (11 Mar 1983). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1982) Letter. Guardian (26 Feb 1982). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1981) Austerity with a human face. In These Times (03 Jun 1981). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1981) Life in Cuba still difficult. [Unknown Publication] (27 May 1981). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1981) Cuba defiant of U.S.: greater prosperity at home. Times of India (26 May 1981). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1981) Cuba leaders are worried. Labour Weekly (15 May 1981). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1978) Is the terror really red? Seven Days (10 Mar 1978). Website.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1974) The fascists butchered the people: a dramatic day-by-day account. [Unknown Publication] (27 Jul 1974). Website.

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