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Halliday, Fred (2011) The Mediterranean in an age of globalisation. European Political Science, 10 . pp. 118-130. ISSN 1680-4333

Halliday, Fred (2010) The Cold War: lessons and legacies. Government and Opposition, 45 (1). pp. 1-28. ISSN 1477-7053

Halliday, Fred (2009) Pensee 3: the modernity of the Arabs. International Journal of Middle East Studies, 41 (1). pp. 16-18. ISSN 0020-7438

Halliday, Fred (2009) Book review: the study of United States foreign policy in the Middle East. Lawrence Freedman, "a choice of enemies: America confronts the Middle East"; John J. Mearshaimer and Stephen M. Walt, "the Israel lobby and US foreign policy". International History Review, 31 (4). pp. 827-837. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (2009) In a time of hopes and fears. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 36 (2). pp. 171-176. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (2009) International relations in a post-hegemonic age. International Affairs, 85 (1). pp. 37-52. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (2008) From South Persia rifles to North Persia guerillas: Sir Percy Sykes, Mirza Kuchik and the legacies of Che Guavara. Asian Affairs, 39 (2). pp. 173-188. ISSN 0306-8374

Halliday, Fred, Zalewski, Marysia, Tickner, Ann, Sylvester, Christine, Light, Margot, Jabri, Vivienne and Hutchings, Kimberly (2008) Roundtable discussion: reflections on the past, prospects for the future in gender and international relations. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 37 (1). pp. 153-180. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (2007) The Jihadism of fools. Dissent, 54 (1). pp. 53-56. ISSN 0012-3846

Halliday, Fred (2007) The Middle East in an age of globalization: states, revolts and cultures. RUSI Journal, 152 (1). pp. 53-57. ISSN 0307-1847

Halliday, Fred (2006) Book review: Rami Ginat, Syria and the doctrine of Arab neutralism: from independence to dependence. The International History Review, 28 (2). pp. 442-443. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (2006) Book review: the blame game. British Journalism Review, 17 (1). pp. 81-83. ISSN 0956-4748

Halliday, Fred (2006) He hasn't finished yet: achievements and challenges in the work of Michael Mann. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 34 (2). pp. 509-516. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (2006) Obituary: Dominique Jacquin-Berdal 1966-2006. Nations and Nationalism, 12 (3). vii-xi. ISSN 1354-5078

Halliday, Fred (2006) Orientalism, empire and eccentricity. European Journal of Sociology, 47 (3). pp. 483-488. ISSN 0003-9756

Halliday, Fred (2005) Book review: "cradle of Islam: the Hijaz and the quest for an Arabian identity" and "Voice of an exile: reflections on Islam". Times Literary Supplement . ISSN 0307-661X

Halliday, Fred (2005) Terrorism and world politics - beyond armed response. World Today, 61 (5). pp. 15-17. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (2004) 9/11 and Middle Eastern studies past and future: revisiting ivory towers on sand. International Affairs, 80 (5). pp. 953-962. ISSN 0020-5850

Halliday, Fred (2004) Terrorismo y perspectivas historicas: comprender y evitar el pasado. La Vanguardia Dossier, 10 . pp. 14-32. ISSN 1579-3370

Halliday, Fred (2003) Book review: Harry G. Gelber, "nations out of empires: European nationalism and the transformation of Asia". The International History Review, 25 (1). pp. 136-137. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (2002) September 11, one year on: in retrospect. World Today, 58 (8/9). pp. 22-23. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (2002) Book review: Daniela Spenser, "the impossible triangle: Mexico, Soviet Russia and the United States in the 1920s". The Slavonic and East European Review, 8 (2). pp. 361-362. ISSN 0037-6795

Halliday, Fred (2002) Book review: Christian Noack, "Muslimscher nationalismus im Russichen Reich. Nationsbildung und nationalbewegung bei Tataren und Baschkiren 1861-1917". The Slavonic and East European Review, 80 (1). pp. 156-157. ISSN 0037-6795

Halliday, Fred (2002) The politics of the Umma: states and community in Islamic movements. Mediterranean Politics, 7 (3). pp. 20-41. ISSN 1362-9395

Halliday, Fred (2001) The great anomaly. Review of International Studies, 27 (4). pp. 693-699. ISSN 0260-2105

Halliday, Fred (2001) Book review: Roxanne L. Euben, "enemy in the mirror: Islamic fundamentalism and the limits of modern rationalism: a work of comperative political theory". Ethnic and Racial Studies, 24 (6). pp. 1072-1075. ISSN 0141-9870

Halliday, Fred (2001) Book review: sounding a cautionary note: J. Ostrom Moller, "the end of internationalism or world governance?". International Studies Review, 3 (1). pp. 159-161. ISSN 1521-9488

Halliday, Fred (2001) 'High and just proceedings': notes towards an anthology of the Cold War. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 30 (3). pp. 691-707. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (2001) Resolving Middle East conflicts. RUSI Journal, 146 (2). pp. 15-21. ISSN 0307-1847

Halliday, Fred (2001) The unpublished book of the Cold War. The Round Table: the Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 358 . pp. 103-110. ISSN 0035-8533

Halliday, Fred (2000) Globalisation and its discontents. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 11 . pp. 233-245. ISSN 0332-1460

Halliday, Fred (2000) Oman-Yemen: an historic re-encounter. The British-Yemeni Society Journal (8). ISSN 1363-0229

Halliday, Fred (2000) The British Isles and the Middle East: inventing an Islamic threat [third Peter Mansfield lecture: part 2]. Middle East International (624). pp. 23-26. ISSN 0047-7249

Halliday, Fred (2000) The British Isles and the Middle East: inventing an Islamic threat [third Peter Mansfield lecture: part 1]. Middle East International (623). pp. 19-22. ISSN 0047-7249

Halliday, Fred (2000) The perils of community: reason and unreason in nationalist ideology. Nations and Nationalism, 6 (2). pp. 153-171. ISSN 1354-5078

Halliday, Fred (2000) Book review: John L. Esposito and Michael Watson, "religion and global order". Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 29 (3). pp. 902-903. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (2000) Book review: Pierre Allan & Dieter Klay, "Zwischen burokratie und ideologie: entscheidungsprozesse in Moskaus Afghanistan-konflikt". International Affairs, 76 (3). pp. 629-630. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (2000) Book review: Stephen Humphreys, "between memory and desire: the Middle East in a troubled age". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 27 (2). pp. 237-239. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (2000) Feature review - the limits of misperception: reexamining Iranian-U.S. relations. Diplomatic History, 24 (2). pp. 361-364. ISSN 0145-2096

Halliday, Fred (2000) Getting real about Seattle. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 29 (1). pp. 123-129. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (2000) Global governance: prospects and problems. Citizenship Studies, 4 (1). pp. 19-33. ISSN 1362-1025

Halliday, Fred (2000) International relations theory and the post-Cold War period. METU Studies in Development, 27 (3/4). pp. 235-263. ISSN 1010-9935

Halliday, Fred (2000) Prospects, dangers and choices. Whitehall Papers, 51 (1). pp. 90-100.

Halliday, Fred (2000) The limits of misperception: reexamining Iranian-US relations. Diplomatic History, 24 (2). pp. 361-364. ISSN 0145-2096

Halliday, Fred (1999) The significance of the twentieth century. Radical Philosophy (98). pp. 2-5. ISSN 0300-211X

Halliday, Fred (1999) Letter from Turkey. Soundings, Octobe . ISSN 1091-8728

Halliday, Fred (1999) "Islamophobia" reconsidered. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22 (5). pp. 892-902. ISSN 1466-4356

Halliday, Fred (1999) Book review: Robert O. Freedman, "the Middle East and the peace process: the impact of the Oslo Accords". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 26 (2). pp. 316-318. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (1999) Book review: Roland Danreuther, "the Soviet Union and the PLO"' Fred Wehling, "irresolute princes: Kremlin decision making in Middle East crises". International History Review, 21 (4). pp. 1106-1109. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (1999) Book review: Stephen Hobden, international relations and historical sociology: breaking down boundaries (London: Routledge, 1998, 240 pp., 50.00 hbk.). Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 28 (2). pp. 428-430. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1999) Book review: Susan Meiselas, "Kurdistan: in the shadow of history". Rethinking History, 3 (3). pp. 363-366. ISSN 1364-2529

Halliday, Fred (1999) Book review: Wilfried Buchta, "Dir Iranische schia und die Islamische einheit 1979-1996". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 26 (1). pp. 145-147. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (1999) Culture and power. Csd Bulletin, 6 (2). pp. 1-2. ISSN 1461-4510

Halliday, Fred (1999) Review article: 'Islamophobia' reconsidered. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22 (5). pp. 892-902. ISSN 0141-9870

Halliday, Fred (1999) Soviet foreign policymaking and the Afghanistan war: from 'second Mongolia' to 'bleeding wound'. Review of International Studies, 25 (4). pp. 675-691. ISSN 1469-9044

Halliday, Fred (1999) Yemen's uneasy elections. World Today, 53 (3). pp. 73-76. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (1999) The chimera of the "international university". International Affairs, 75 (1). pp. 99-120. ISSN 0020-5850

Halliday, Fred (1999) The nationalism debate and the Middle East. Middle Eastern Lectures (3). pp. 230-48.

Halliday, Fred (1999) The potentials of enlightenment. Review of International Studies, 25 (Specia). pp. 105-125. ISSN 0260-2105

Halliday, Fred and Tanin, Zahir (1998) The Communist regime in Afghanistan 1978-1992: institutions and conflicts. Europe-Asia Studies, 50 (8). pp. 1357-1380. ISSN 0966-8136

Halliday, Fred (1998) Gender in IR: progress, backlash, and prospect. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 27 (4). pp. 833-846. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1998) Global governance - prospects and problems. Études Internationales, 67 (2). pp. 72-89. ISSN 0014-2123

Halliday, Fred and Rosenberg, Justin (1998) Interview with Ken Waltz. Review of International Studies, 24 (3). pp. 371-386. ISSN 1469-9044

Halliday, Fred (1998) Ireland's third way. Prospect . pp. 8-9. ISSN 1359-5024

Halliday, Fred (1997) Arabia without sultans revisited. Middle East Report, 204 . pp. 27-29. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: Islam and the western intrusion. Khalid Bin Sayeed, "Western dominance and political Islam: challenge and response". Review of Politics, 59 (3). pp. 630-632. ISSN 0034-6705

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: Joseph Kostiner, "Yemen: the tortuous quest for unity, 1900-94". International Affairs, 73 (3). pp. 600-601. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: Richard I. Lawless, "from Taiz to Tyneside: an Arab community in the north-east of England during the early twentieth century". Journal of Semitic Studies, xlii (2). pp. 458-459. ISSN 0022-4480

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: Robert Gates, from the shadows: the ultimate insider's story of five presidents and how they won the Cold War (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996, 604 pp. $30.00 hbk.). James Scott, deciding to intervene: the Reagan doctrine and American foreign policy (Durham, North Carolina, and London: Duke University Press, 1996, 333 pp., no price given). Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 26 (2). pp. 529-532. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: Stephen M. Walt, "revolution and war". Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 26 (1). pp. 230-232. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1997) Neither treason nor conspiracy: reflections on media coverage of the Gulf War 1990-1991. Citizenship Studies, 1 (2). pp. 157-172. ISSN 1362-1025

Halliday, Fred (1997) US policy in the Cold War. Socialist History . pp. 10-29. ISSN 0969-4331

Halliday, Fred (1996) Book review: against Hobbes and Pangloss. Justin Rosenberg, "the empire of civil society: a critique of the realist theory of international relations". Radical Philosophy (78). pp. 36-38. ISSN 0300-211X

Halliday, Fred (1996) Book review: Richard Crockatt, "the fifty years war: the United States and the Soviet Union in world politics, 1941-1991". Political Studies, 44 (2). pp. 370-371. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1996) Arabs and Persians beyond the geopolitics of the Gulf. Cemoti: Cahiers d'etudes Sur la Mediterranee Orientale et Le Monde Turco-Iranien, 22 . pp. 251-276. ISSN 0764-9878

Halliday, Fred (1996) Book Review: Michael Cox, US foreign policy after the Cold War: superpower without a mission? Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 25 (1). pp. 174-175. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1996) Book review: Fawaz A. Gerges, "the superpowers and the Middle East: regional and international politics, 1955-1967". The International History Review, 18 (2). pp. 484-486. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (1996) Fred Halliday talks to: George Kennan, Robert McNamara, and Robert Gates [interview]. Contention: Debates in Society, Culture, and Science, 5 (3). ISSN 1056-1072

Halliday, Fred (1996) Irish questions in international perspective: a personal view. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 7 . pp. 115-130. ISSN 0332-1460

Halliday, Fred (1995) The empires strike back? Russia, Iran and the new republics. World Today, 51 (11). pp. 220-222. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (1995) Rivalry by other means. Middle East Dialogue, 9 . ISSN 1351-7856

Halliday, Fred (1995) Book review: Ervand Abrahamian, "Khomeinism: essays on the Islamic republic". Iranian Studies, 28 (3-4). pp. 255-258. ISSN 0021-0862

Halliday, Fred (1995) Book review: Paul Dresch, "tribes, government and history in Yemen"; Michael Tucsherer, "Yémén, passé et présent de l'unité"; Riccardo Bocco, Ronald Jaubert & Françoise Metral, "Steppes d'Arabies. États, pasteurs agriculteurs et commerçants: le devenir des zônes sêches"; Vitaly Naumkin, "Island of the Phoenix: an ethnographic study of the people of Socotra". Middle Eastern Studies, 31 (2). pp. 397-401. ISSN 0026-3206

Halliday, Fred (1995) Fundamentalism and the contemporary world. Contention: Debates in Society, Culture, and Science, 4 (2). ISSN 1056-1072

Halliday, Fred (1995) International relations and its discontents. International Affairs, 71 (4). pp. 733-746. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1995) Interpretations of the new world. Soundings, 1 . pp. 209-222. ISSN 1091-8728

Halliday, Fred (1995) Relativism and universalism in human rights: the case of the Islamic Middle East. Political Studies, 43 (1). pp. 152-167. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1995) Review article: the politics of 'Islam' - a second look. British Journal of Political Science, 25 (3). pp. 399-417. ISSN 1469-2112

Halliday, Fred (1995) Revolutions and the international. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 24 (2). pp. 279-288. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1995) The literal vs the liberal. Waf Journal (6). pp. 16-18.

Halliday, Fred (1995) The significance of 1945. Journal of Area Studies, 3 (7). pp. 40-41. ISSN 0261-3530

Halliday, Fred (1995) The third Inter-Yemeni War and its consequences. Asian Affairs, 26 (2). pp. 131-140. ISSN 0306-8374

Halliday, Fred (1994) Book review: Amatzia Baram, "culture, history and ideology in the formation of Ba'thist Iraq, 1968-89"; Samir al-Khalil, "the monument: art, vulgarity and responsibility in Iraq"; Robert A. Fernea & Wm. Roger Louis, "The Iraqi revolution of 1958: the old social classes revisited"; Oles M. Smolansky & Bettie M. Smolansky, "the USSR and Iraq: the Soviet quest for influence"; Eberhard Kienle, "Ba'th v Ba'th: the conflict between Syria and Iraq 1968-1989". Middle East Report, 187/8 . pp. 56-57. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1994) Book review: Bassam Tibi, "conflict and war in the Middle East 1967-91: regional dynamics and the superpowers". International Affairs, 70 (1). pp. 162-163. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1994) Book review: Farhang Rajaee, "the Iran-Iraq War: the politics of aggression". The International History Review, 16 (1). pp. 217-219. ISSN 0707-5332

Halliday, Fred (1994) Book review: Mordechai Abir, "Saudi Arabia: government, society and the Gulf crisis". Middle Eastern Studies, 30 (3). pp. 691-692. ISSN 0026-3206

Halliday, Fred (1994) Fundamentalism and urgency of response. Mainstream, 32 (46). pp. 7-9.

Halliday, Fred (1994) The Gulf War 1990-1991 and the study of international relations. Review of International Studies, 20 (2). pp. 109-130. ISSN 1469-9044

Halliday, Fred (1994) Interpreting the Cold War: neither geostrategy nor "internalism". Contention: Debates in Society, Culture, and Science, 4 (1). pp. 49-66. ISSN 1056-1072

Halliday, Fred (1994) Theory and ethics in international relations: the contradictions of C. Wright Mills. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 23 (2). pp. 377-386. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1994) An elusive normalization: western Europe and the Iranian revolution. Middle East Journal, 48 (2). pp. 309-326.

Halliday, Fred (1994) A significantly new world. The Jewish Quarterly, 153 . pp. 18-21. ISSN 0449-010X

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: interpreting the cold war: what are the questions? Gabriel Partos, "the world that came in from the cold"; Horst Teltschik, "329 tage. Innenansichten der einigung"; Allen Lynch, "the cold war is over - again"; Michael J. Hogan, "the end of the cold war: its meaning and implications". Contention: Debates in Society, Culture, and Science . ISSN 1056-1072

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: Artem Borovik, "the hidden war: a Russian journalist's account of the Soviet war in Afghanistan"; Vladimir Kuzichkin, "inside the KGB: myth and reality"; Louise d'Estrange Fawcett, "Iran and the Cold War: the Azerbaijan crisis of 1946". International Journal of Middle East Studies, 25 (3). pp. 508-510. ISSN 0020-7438

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: David MacLaren McDonald, "united government and foreign policy in Russia, 1900-1914". The Slavonic and East European Review, 71 (3). pp. 551-552. ISSN 0037-6795

Halliday, Fred (1993) Creatures of contingency: the Palestine-Israeli agreement and the shifting sands of Middle East politics. ASEN Bulletin, 6 . pp. 11-14. ISSN 1353-8004

Halliday, Fred (1993) The Iranian revolution and the international system: the crisis of the second decade. Vierteljahresberichte [Problems of International Cooperation] .

Halliday, Fred (1993) 'Orientalism' and its critics. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 20 (2). pp. 145-163. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (1992) An encounter with Fukuyama. New Left Review, 193 . pp. 89-95. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1992) Bringing the 'economic' back in: the case of nationalism. Economy and Society, 21 (4). pp. 483-490. ISSN 0308-5147

Halliday, Fred (1992) International society as homogeneity: Burke, Marx, Fukuyama. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 21 (3). pp. 435-462. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1992) Yemeni workers' organisation in Britain. Race and Class, 33 (4). pp. 47-61. ISSN 0306-3968

Halliday, Fred (1992) A singular collapse: the Soviet Union, market pressure and inter-state competition. Contention: Debates in Society, Culture, and Science (2). pp. 121-141. ISSN 1056-1072

Halliday, Fred (1991) The Gulf War and its aftermath: first reflections. International Affairs, 67 (2). pp. 223-234. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1991) Book review: Galia Golan, "Soviet polities in the Middle East: from World War II to Gorbachev". Soviet Jewish Affairs, 21 (2). pp. 102-103. ISSN 1350-1674

Halliday, Fred (1991) Book review: Gregory Gause, "Saudi-Yemeni relations: domestic structures and foreign influence". American Political Science Review, 85 (2). pp. 683-684. ISSN 1537-5943

Halliday, Fred (1991) Book review: Stephen Neff, "friends but no allies: economic liberalism and the law of nations". British Yearbook of International Law, 62 (1). pp. 414-415. ISSN 0068-2691

Halliday, Fred (1991) Historical antecedents to the present crisis. RUSI Journal . ISSN 0307-1847

Halliday, Fred (1991) International relations: is there a new agenda? Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 20 (1). pp. 57-72. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1991) The fractured umma: Islamist movements, social upheaval and the Gulf War. Oxford International Review . ISSN 0966-0054

Halliday, Fred (1991) The impact of Islamic fundamentalism. Analysis, 8 . pp. 2-6.

Halliday, Fred (1990) A reply to Edward Thompson. New Left Review, 182 . ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1990) Iraq and its neighbours: the cycles of insecurity. World Today, 46 (6). pp. 104-106. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (1990) Book review: Akbar S. Ahmed, "discovering Islam, making sense of Muslim history and society". Edmund Burke, III and Ira M. Lapidus, "Islam, politics and social movements". Asaf Hussein, "political terrorism and the state". Ethnic and Racial Studies, 13 (1). pp. 106-107. ISSN 1466-4356

Halliday, Fred (1990) Book review: Robert E. Harkavy, "bases abroad: the global foreign military presence". International Affairs, 66 (3). pp. 578-579. ISSN 0020-5850

Halliday, Fred (1990) Book review: Roy Allison, "the Soviet Union and the strategy of non-alignment in the third world". The Slavonic and East European Review, 38 (3). pp. 591-592. ISSN 0037-6795

Halliday, Fred (1990) China and the Middle East: an enigmatic involvement. Journal of Arab Affairs, 12 . pp. 18-33. ISSN 0275-3588

Halliday, Fred (1990) Tunisia's Islamist opposition and the crisis of modernization. MERIP Reports . ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1990) The crisis of the Arab world: the false answers of Saddam Hussein. New Left Review, 184 . ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1990) The ends of Cold War. New Left Review (180). pp. 5-24. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1990) The pertinence of international relations. Political Studies, 38 (3). pp. 502-516. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1990) 'The sixth great power': on the study of revolution and international relations. Review of International Studies, 16 (3). pp. 207-221. ISSN 1469-9044

Halliday, Fred (1989) Book review: Behbehani Hashim, "the Soviet Union and Arab nationalism, 1917-1966". The Slavonic and East European Review, 37 (4). pp. 644-645. ISSN 0037-6795

Halliday, Fred (1989) Richard Cottam, "Iran and the United States: a cold war case study" [book review]. International Affairs, 65 (4). p. 749. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1989) Theorising the international. Economy and Society, 18 (3). pp. 81-84. ISSN 0308-5147

Halliday, Fred (1988) Book review: Marshall Shulman (ed.), East-West tensions in the third world. Political Studies, 36 (2). pp. 351-352. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1988) The great powers and the Middle East. Middle East Report, 18 (151). pp. 3-6. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1988) Book review: Evan Luard, "the blunted sword: the erosion of military power in the modern world". International Affairs, 64 (4). p. 651. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1988) Book review: James Bill, "the eagle and the lion: the tragedy of American-Iranian relations". Iranian Studies, 21 (3/4). pp. 145-148. ISSN 0021-0862

Halliday, Fred (1988) Book review: Nikki Keddia and Eric Hoogland, "the Iranian revolution and the Islamic republic". Iranian Studies, 21 (3/4). pp. 148-150. ISSN 0021-0862

Halliday, Fred (1988) Hidden from international relations: women and the international arena. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 17 (3). pp. 419-428. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1988) States, discourses, classes: a rejoinder to Suganami, Forbes and Palan. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 17 (1). pp. 77-80. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1988) Three concepts of internationalism. International Affairs, 64 (2). pp. 187-198. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1987) 1967, consequences of catastrophe. MERIP Reports, 146 . pp. 3-5. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1987) Book review: Mark N. Katz, "Russia and Arabia: Soviet policy toward the Arabian peninsula". Soviet Studies, 39 (1). pp. 152-153. ISSN 0038-5859

Halliday, Fred (1987) Alan Sked and international relations: a note. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 16 (2). pp. 263-264. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1987) Book review: "Kurzbibliographie: die beziehungen der bundesrepublik deutsch-land und der vereingten staaten von Amerika zu Israel". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Bulletin, 14 (2). pp. 239-240. ISSN 1353-0194

Halliday, Fred (1987) Book review: Gabriel Kolko, "anatomy of a war: Vietnam, the United States and the modern historical experience". Journal of Peasant Studies, 14 (2). pp. 283-285. ISSN 1743-9361

Halliday, Fred (1987) Book review: Walter Laqueur, "world of secrets: the uses and limits of intelligence". Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 16 (3). pp. 566-568. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1987) Gorbachev and the "Arab syndrome": Soviet policy in the Middle East. World Policy Journal, 4 (3). pp. 415-442. ISSN 0740-2775

Halliday, Fred (1987) The Iranian revolution and its implications. New Left Review (166). pp. 29-38. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1987) 'Islam' and Soviet foreign policy. Arab Studies Quarterly, 9 (3). pp. 217-233.

Halliday, Fred (1987) 'Islam' and Soviet foreign policy. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 3 (1). pp. 37-54. ISSN 1352-3279

Halliday, Fred (1987) State and society in international relations: a second agenda. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 16 (2). pp. 215-230. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1987) Terrorism in historical perspective. Arab Studies Quarterly, 9 (2). pp. 139-149.

Halliday, Fred (1987) Vigilantism in international relations: Kubálková, Cruickshank and Marxist theory. Review of International Studies, 13 (3). pp. 163-176. ISSN 1469-9044

Halliday, Fred (1986) Images of Iran. Middle East Report . pp. 39-41. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1986) Book review: liberal hopes. John W. Sewell, R.E. Feinberg and V. Kallab, "U.S. foreign policy and the third world". Development and Change, 17 (4). pp. 721-723. ISSN 0012-155X

Halliday, Fred (1986) Book review: Giorgio Vercellin, "crime de silence et crime de tapage: panorama des lectures sur l'Afghanistan contemporain". MERIP Reports, 141 . p. 46. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1986) Book review: Ryszard Kapuscinski, "Shah of shahs". MERIP Middle East Report, 141 . p. 43. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1986) Review essay: Iran and the Reagan Doctrine. Middle East Report (140). pp. 31-35. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1986) Book review: United Nations Economic Commission for Western Asia, "economic integration in western Asia". Journal of Common Market Studies, 24 (3). pp. 249-250. ISSN 0021-9886

Halliday, Fred (1986) The revolution's first decade. MERIP Reports, 156 . pp. 19-21. ISSN 0047-7265

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 (1986) Soviet-Iranian relations. Vierteljahres Berichte [Problems of International Cooperation] (104). pp. 135-142.

Halliday, Fred (1985) The Arabian peninsula opposition movements. MERIP Reports, 15 (2). pp. 13-19. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1985) North Yemen today. MERIP Reports, 130 . pp. 3-9. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: Christine Moss Helms, "Iraq: eastern flank of the Arab world". International Affairs, 61 (4). pp. 715-716. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: Robert Fisk, "in time of war: Ireland, Ulster and the price of neutrality". Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 14 (1). pp. 120-121. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: a 'crisis' of international relations? International Relations, 8 (4). pp. 407-412. ISSN 0047-1178

Halliday, Fred (1985) East-west conflict and the Horn of Africa. Vierteljahresberichte (100). pp. 199-206.

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

Halliday, Fred (1985) The maturing of the non-aligned: perspectives from New Delhi. Third World Affairs . pp. 37-53.

Halliday, Fred (1984) Book review: William Suilivan, mission to Iran; Eric Hooglund, land and revolution in Iran; Sepehr Zabih, Iran since the revolution. Political Studies, 32 (4). pp. 677-678. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1984) Labor migration in the Arab world. MERIP Reports, 123 . pp. 3-10. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1984) Letter from Madrid. MERIP Reports, 127 . pp. 17-18. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1984) Book review: Hossein Bashiriyeh, "the state and revolution in Iran, 1962-82". International Affairs, 61 (1). pp. 171-172. ISSN 1468-2346

Halliday, Fred (1984) Chernenko's inheritance: the parameters of Soviet foreign policy. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 13 (1). pp. 27-44. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1984) The Middle East, Afghanistan and the Gulf in Soviet perception. RUSI Journal, 129 (4). pp. 13-18. ISSN 0307-1847

Halliday, Fred (1984) The Reagan administration and the Middle East. Atlantic Quarterly . pp. 219-234.

Halliday, Fred (1984) The Yemens: conflict and coexistence. World Today, 40 (8-9). pp. 355-362. ISSN 0043-9134

Halliday, Fred (1984) An ambiguous turning point: Grenada and its aftermath. Report on the Americas, 18 (6). pp. 20-31. ISSN 1058-5397

Halliday, Fred (1984) The new imperialist politics. New Left Review (147). pp. 76-83. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1983) Cold War in the Caribbean. New Left Review, 141 . pp. 5-22. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1983) Imperialism and the Middle East. MERIP Reports, 13 (7). pp. 19-22. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1983) Year IV of the Islamic republic. MERIP Reports, 113 . pp. 3-8. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1983) The new Cold War. Bulletin of Peace Proposals, 14 (2). pp. 125-129. ISSN 0007-5035

Halliday, Fred (1982) Book review: Joseph Vernoux, "L'Iran des mollah: la revolution introuvable". Middle East Report, 105 . p. 29. ISSN 0899-2851

Halliday, Fred (1982) Year three of the Iranian revolution. MERIP Reports, 104 . pp. 3-5. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Iranian revolution and religious populism. Journal of International Affairs, 36 (2). pp. 187-207. ISSN 0022-197X

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Iranian revolution. Political Studies, 30 (3). pp. 437-444. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1982) Labour migration in the Arab world: the ugly face of the new economic order. Labour Capital and Society, 15 (1). pp. 8-22.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Moscow and the Third World: the evolution of Soviet policy. Race and Class, 24 (2). pp. 137-149. ISSN 0306-3968

Halliday, Fred (1982) A Persian tale - Mr Rezai's family. New Left Review, 133 . pp. 94-96. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1981) Response to Ghoryashi. MERIP Reports, 98 . pp. 30-31. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1981) Ba'th Command: "initially ee were happy to see the fall of the Shah". MERIP Reports, 97 . pp. 19-20. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1981) Iraqi communist: "the central aim must be to end the dictatorship". MERIP Reports, 97 . pp. 20-21. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1981) Book review: a consistent line?: China and the Middle East: Yitzhak Schicher, "the Middle East in China's foreign policy 1949-1977". Gazette .

Halliday, Fred (1980) Book review: R. Graham, Iran: the illusion of power; M. Mozafari, L’lran; P. Balta and C. Rulleau, L‘lran insurgc! Political Studies, 28 (2). p. 314. ISSN 0032-3217

Halliday, Fred (1980) Testimonies of revolution. MERIP Reports, 87 . pp. 27-29. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1980) Letter from Gilan. MERIP Reports, 86 . pp. 25-27. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Tudeh Party in Iranian politics: background notes. MERIP Reports, 86 . pp. 22-23. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1980) Government shakeup marks recent developments in South Yemen. MERIP Reports, 85 . p. 26. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iran's revolution: the first year. MERIP Reports, 88 . pp. 3-5. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1980) Book review: Nathan Weinstock, "zionism: false messiah". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Iranian revolution in international affairs: programme and practice. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 9 (2). pp. 108-121. ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred (1980) War and revolution in Afghanistan. New Left Review (119). pp. 20-41. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1979) What to read on Iran. MERIP Reports, 75/76 . pp. 35-36. ISSN 0047-7265

Halliday, Fred (1979) The arc of revolutions: Iran, Afghanistan, South Yemen, Ethiopia. Race and Class, 20 (4). pp. 373-387. ISSN 0306-3968

Halliday, Fred (1979) The genesis of the Iranian revolution. Third World Quarterly, 1 (4). pp. 1-16. ISSN 0143-6597

Halliday, Fred (1978) Revolution in Afghanistan. New Left Review, 112 . ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1977) Book review: the contemporary Gulf: John Duke Anthony, "Arab states of the lower Gulf: people, politics, petroleum"; Emile A. Nakhleh, "Bahrain: political development in modernizing society"; Kevin G. Fenelon, "the United Arab Emirates, an economic and social survey"; Gabriel Dardaud and Simonne and Jean Lacouture, "Les Emirates mirages". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred (1977) Britain's Arab communities. Middle East International . pp. 28-29. ISSN 0047-7249

Halliday, Fred (1977) Book review: Arie Bergman, "economic growth in the administered areas, 1968-1973". Journal of Development Studies, 13 (4). pp. 440-441. ISSN 0022-0388

Halliday, Fred (1977) Migration and the labour force in the oil producing states of the Middle East. Development and Change, 8 (3). pp. 263-291. ISSN 0012-155X

Halliday, Fred (1977) Review: B&ICO policy statement on imperialism. Problems of Communism . ISSN 0032-941X

Halliday, Fred (1977) US policy in the Horn of Africa: aboulia or proxy intervention? Review of African Political Economy (10). pp. 8-32. ISSN 0305-6244

Halliday, Fred (1976) Marxist analysis and post-revolutionary China. New Left Review (100). pp. 165-192. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1971) Book review: Mahmoud Hussein, "la lutte de classes en Egypte de 1945 a 1968". Journal of Development Studies, 7 (2). pp. 231-233. ISSN 0022-0388

Halliday, Fred (1971) The Ceylonese insurrection. New Left Review (69). pp. 55-90. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1971) Change of clothing. Tricontinental . ISSN 0564-2302

Halliday, Fred (1971) Interview with Ghassan Kannafani on the PFLP and the September attack. New Left Review (67). pp. 47-57. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1971) Interview with Talal Saad and Said Saif on the political situation in Oman and Dhofar. New Left Review (66). pp. 53-58. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1971) The fighting in Eritrea. New Left Review (67). pp. 57-67. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1970) Book review: Conrad Schuler, "zur politischen okonemie der armen welt". Journal of Development Studies, 6 (3). pp. 310-311. ISSN 0022-0388

Halliday, Fred (1970) Counter-revolution in the Yemen. New Left Review (63). pp. 3-26. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1969) Class struggle in the Arab Gulf. New Left Review, I (58). pp. 31-36. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred (1969) Rethinking the Middle East. New Left Review (54). pp. 91-96. ISSN 0028-6060

Halliday, Fred Book review: Afghanistan reconsidered: Gerard Chaliand, "report from Afghanistan"; Anthony Hyman, "Afghanistan under Soviet domination 1964-81". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Alan Winnington, "breakfast with Mao". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Alvin Z. Rubinstein, "the great game: rivalry in the Persian Gulf and South Asia". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Baghat Korany and Ali E. Hillal, "the foreign policies of Arab states". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Bruce Kuniholm, "Persian Gulf and United States policy, a guide to issues and references". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: David Chaffetz, "a journey through Afghanistan, a memorial"; Thomas J. Barfield, "the central Asian Arabs of Afghanistan, pastoral nomadism in transition". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: E. O'Ballance, "Islamic fundamentalist terrorism, 1979-95: the Iranian connection". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: E.G.H. Joffe and K.S. McLachlan, "social and economic development of Libya". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: E.G.H. Joffe, M.J. Hachemi & E.W. Watkins, "Yemen today: crisis and solutions". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Evan Luard, "the globalization of politics: the changed focus of political action in the modern world". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Farhan Diba, "Mohammad Mossadegh, a political biography". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Flora Davis, "moving the mountain, the women's movement in America since 1960". LSE Magazine . ISSN 0023-639X

Halliday, Fred Book review: Galia Golan, "the Soviet Union and national liberation movements in the third world". [Unknown Publication] . p. 363.

Halliday, Fred Book review: George Thomas Kurian, "encyclopaedia of the third world". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Gouda Abdel-Khalek and Robert Tignor, "the political economy of income distribution in Egypt". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Graham Hancock, "Ethiopia, the challenge of hunger". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Habib Ladjevardi, "labour unions and autocracy in Iran". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Hashim S.H. Behbehani, "China and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen, a report". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Hooshang Amirahmadi and Nader Entessar, "Iran and the Arab world". Cira Newsletter . ISSN 1096-1836

Halliday, Fred Book review: Ian Lustick, "unsettled states, disputed lands: Britain and Ireland, France and Algeria, Israel and the West Bank-Gaza". The British Journal of Sociology . ISSN 0007-1315

Halliday, Fred Book review: Iran: who got it right? [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Book review: Jean Ziegler, "Switzerland exposed". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: John H. Waller, "beyond the Khyber Pass, the road to British disaster in the first Afghan War"; Paul Overby, "holy blood, an inside view of the Afghan War". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: John Sewell, Richard Feinberg and Valeriana, "U.S. foreign policy and the third world: agenda 1985-86". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Lawrence Freedman, Christopher Hall, Adam Roberts, R.J. Vincent, Paul Wilkinson and Philip Windsor, "terrorism and international order". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Louis Fitzgibbon, "Ethiopia hijacks the hijack". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Massoud Karshenas, "oil, state and industrialization in Iran". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Michael Klare, "beyond the 'Vietnam syndrome', US interventionism in the 1980s". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Michael Pohly, "Krieg und widerstand in Afghanistan, ursachen, verlauf und folgen seit 1978". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Miles Copeland, "the game of nations". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Mohamed Heikal, "the return of the Ayatollah". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Nadav Safran, "Saudi Arabia: the ceaseless quest for security". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Noam Chomsky, "year 501: the conquest continues". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: One reason why: Noam Chomsky, "towards a new cold war, essays on teh current crisis and how we got there". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: P.J. Vakitiotis, "the Middle East: from the end of empire to the end of the Cold War". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Pierre Savard & Brunello Vigezzi, "multiculturalism and the history of international relations from the 18th century up to the present". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Raphael Israeli, "man of defiance, a political biography of Anwar Sadat". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Ronald H. Chilcote, "revolutionary theory and practice, a critical guide". Millennium: Journal of International Studies . ISSN 0305-8298

Halliday, Fred Book review: Selig Harrison, "in Afghanistan's shadow: Baluch nationalism and Soviet temptations". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Simon Bromley, "rethinking Middle East politics: state formation and development". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Sir John Hackett and others, "the third world war". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Steve Smith, "international relations, British and American perspectives"; Kai Holsti, "the dividing discipline, hegemony and diversity in international theory". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: UN women's collective action texts. [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: Uri Ra'anan, Francis Fukuyama, Mark Falcoff, Sam Sarkesian and Richard Schultz Jr, "third world Marxist-Leninist regimes: strengths, vulnerabilities and US policy". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: a region of surprise: Albert Hourani, "the emergence of the modern Middle East"; Sarah Graham-Brown, "Palestinians and their society"; Mohammed Ayoob, "the Middle East in world politics"; Edward Said, "the question of Palestine". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: demotic but not democratic: Michael Gilsenan, "recognizing Islam"; Edward Mortimer, "faith and power: the politics of Islam"; Hamid Enayat, "modern Islamic political thought". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: memoirs of a resisting liberal: Eshan Naraghi, "from palace to prison: inside the Iranian revolution". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: professor Lewis' discovery: Bernard Lewis, "the Muslim discovery of Europe". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: the failings of monarchy: Fereydoun Hovenya, "the fall of the Shah". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: the impasse of the US left: Lawrence Lader, "power on the left, American radical movements since 1946". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: the international relations of the Middle East: theory, method and public policy. Martin Kramer, "Ivory towers in sand:the failure of Middle Eastern studies in America". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Book review: traitor to his class: John Dinges and Saul Landau, "assassination on embassy row". [Unknown Publication] .

Halliday, Fred Cold war and inter-systemic conflict: initial theses. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred and Light, Margot Gender and international relations. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Imperialism and the formation of the modern world: domination and resistance. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran's revolution in perspective. [Unknown Publication] . pp. 66-67.

Halliday, Fred Iran: the second constitutional revolution. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Julian Lider, "Correlation of forces, an analysis of Marxist-Leninist concepts" [book review]. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics . ISSN 1352-3279

Halliday, Fred The Moscow summit and the Middle East: preliminary indications. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Social conflicts and revolutions: the international dimension. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Some recent literature on the Gulf. Arab Studies Quarterly .

Halliday, Fred [Untitled review of Anthony Cordesman's work]. International Affairs . ISSN 1468-2346 (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The enigma of Mubarak's Egypt [review article]. [Journal of the Seminar fur Geschichte und Kultur des Vorderen Orients], 67 (2).

Halliday, Fred The pen and the sword. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The study of nationalism at LSE: Smith and Mayall. [Unknown Publication] . (Unpublished)

Book Section

Halliday, Fred (2012) The Middle East, interstate norms and intervention: the great anomaly. In: Stetter, Stephan, (ed.) The Middle East and Globalization: Encounters and Horizons. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 135-152. ISBN 9781137031754

Halliday, Fred (2010) Nationalism. In: Smithson, Steve, Baylis, John and Owens, Patricia, (eds.) The Globalization of World Politics: an Introduction to International Relations [First Edition]. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 359-373. ISBN 9780199569090

Halliday, Fred (2010) Third world socialism: 1989 and after. In: Lawson, George, Armbruster, Chris and Cox, Michael, (eds.) The Global 1989: Continuity and Change in World Politics. Cambridge university press, pp. 112-134. ISBN 978052114910

Halliday, Fred (2009) The Middle East and conceptions of 'international society'. In: Buzan, Barry and Gonzalez-Pelaez, Ana, (eds.) International Society and the Middle East: English School Theory at the Regional Level. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0230537644

Halliday, Fred (2009) Nationalism in the Arab world since 1945. In: Breuilly, John, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Nationalism. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Class analysis in Islam. In: Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2007) Foreword. In: Miller, Rory, (ed.) Ireland and the Middle East: Trade, Society and Peace. Irish academic press. ISBN 978-0716528685

Halliday, Fred (2007) Global Jihad, 'long war' and the crisis of American power. In: Petito, Fabio and Brighi, Elisabetta, (eds.) Il Mediterraneo Nelle Relazioni Internazionale: Tra euromediterraneo e Grande Medio Oriente. Fondazione laboratorio Mediterraneo, Naples.

Halliday, Fred (2007) The fates of solidarity: use and abuse. In: Downs, David, Rock, Paul, Chinkin, Christine and Gearty, Conor, (eds.) Crime, Social Control and Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Stanley Cohen. Willan, pp. 394-406. ISBN 978-1843924043

Halliday, Fred (2006) Can we write a modernist history of Kurdish nationalism? In: Jabar, Falid A. and Dawod, Hosham, (eds.) The Kurds: Nationalism and Politics. Saqi books. ISBN 9780863568251

Halliday, Fred (2006) Why do revolutions happen? In: Swain, Harriet, (ed.) The Big Questions in History. Vintage, London, UK, pp. 71-84. ISBN 9780099468462

Halliday, Fred (2006) Anti-Arab prejudice in the UK: the 'Kilroy-Silk Affair' and the BBC response. In: Poole, Elizabeth, (ed.) Muslims and the News Media. I.B.Tauris, London, UK, pp. 24-34. ISBN 9781845111724

Halliday, Fred (2006) An overview of international relations from the Arabian Gulf. In: Fox, John W., Mourtada-Sabbah, Nada and al-Mutawa, Mohammed, (eds.) Globalization and the Gulf. Routledge, London, pp. 189-199. ISBN 9780415770149

Halliday, Fred (2005) The twenty-first century takes shape: a year of three speeds (El siglo XXI toma forma: 2004, un año a tres velocidades). In: Anuario Internacional - Cidob 2004. CIDOB [Barcelona centre for information and documentation], Barcelona, Spain, pp. 13-20. ISBN 84-87072-40-2

Halliday, Fred (2005) Irán y la cuestión nuclear. In: Anuario Cip 2005: Cartografías Del Poder - Hegemonía y Respuestas. Centro de Investigación para la Paz (CIP-FUHEM), Madrid, Spain. ISBN 978847426796X

Halliday, Fred (2005) Kosmopolitismus. In: Historisch-Keitisch Worterbuch des Marxismus. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2005) 'The clash of civilisations?' Sense and nonsense. In: Boase, Roger, (ed.) Islam and Global Dialogue: Religious Pluralism and the Pursuit of Peace. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 119-130. ISBN 0754653072

Halliday, Fred (2004) Universality and rights: the challenges to nationalism. In: Ozkirimli, Umut, (ed.) Nationalism and Its Futures. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke ; New York, pp. 59-70. ISBN 9781403917133

Halliday, Fred (2004) The Iranian left in international perspective. In: Cronin, Stephanie, (ed.) Reformers and Revolutionaries in Modern Iran: New Perspectives on the Iranian Left. Routledge/BIPS Persian Studies Series.1st ed., Routledge Curzon, London, pp. 19-36. ISBN 0415331285

Halliday, Fred (2003) The politics of the Umma: states and community in Islamic politics. In: Roberson, Barbara, (ed.) Shaping the Islamic Reformation. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 20-41. ISBN 9780714653419

Halliday, Fred (2003) Foreword. In: Mohammadi, Ali, (ed.) Iran Encountering Globalization: Problems and Prospects. Routledge, New York, USA. ISBN 0415308275

Halliday, Fred (2003) Utopian realism: the challenge for "revolution" in our times. In: Foran, John, (ed.) The Future of Revolutions: Rethinking Radical Change in the Age of Globalization. Zed Books, London, UK, pp. 300-309. ISBN 9781842770320

Halliday, Fred (2002) The pertinence of imperialism. In: Rupert, Mark and Smith, Hazel, (eds.) Historical Materialism and Globalisation : Essays on Continuity and Change. Routledge/Warwick studies in globalisation. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 75-89. ISBN 9780415263719

Halliday, Fred (2002) The Middle East and the politics of differential integration. In: Dodge, Toby and Higgott, Richard, (eds.) Globalization and the Middle East. Islam, Economy, Society and Politics. The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, pp. 42-45. ISBN 9781862031340

Halliday, Fred (2002) A new global configuration. In: Leonard, Mark, (ed.) Re-Ordering the World: the Long-Term Implications of 11 September. The Foreign Policy Centre, London, UK, pp. 104-111. ISBN 9781903558102

Halliday, Fred (2002) London and the Middle East. In: Singer, Caroline, (ed.) The Middle East in London. Stacey International, London, UK, pp. 63-66.

Halliday, Fred (2002) Transnational paranoia and international relations: the case of the "West versus Islam". In: Lawson, S., (ed.) The New Agenda for International Relations. Polity Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 37-53. ISBN 9780745628615

Halliday, Fred (2002) West encountering Islam: Islamophobia reconsidered. In: Mohammadi, Ali, (ed.) Islam Encountering Globalization. Durham modern Middle East and Islamic world series(2).1st ed., Routledge Curzon, London, pp. 14-35. ISBN 9780700717323

Halliday, Fred (2002) The foreign policy of Yemen. In: Hinnebusch, Raymond and Ehteshami, Anoushiravan, (eds.) The Foreign Policies of Middle East States. Middle East in the international system. Lynne Rienner, London, pp. 257-282. ISBN 9781588260208

Halliday, Fred (2001) For an international sociology. In: Hobden, Stephen and Hobson, John M, (eds.) Historical Sociology of International Relations. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 244-264. ISBN 9780521004763

Halliday, Fred (2001) The myth of Islam versus the West. In: Aaron, Craig, (ed.) Appeal to Reason: 25 Years 'in These Times'. Seven Stories Press, New York, pp. 258-259. ISBN 9781583222751

Halliday, Fred (2001) Cold War. In: Krieger, Joel, (ed.) Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Oxford university press, pp. 149-150. ISBN 9780195117394

Halliday, Fred (2001) Foreword. In: Saull, Richard, (ed.) Rethinking Theory and History in the Cold War: the State, Military Power and Social Revolution. Cold war history.1st ed., Frank Cass, Southgate, ix-xv. ISBN 9780714651897

Halliday, Fred (2001) Iranian revolution. In: Krieger, J., (ed.) The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Oxford University Press, Oxford,UP, pp. 433-434. ISBN 9780195117394

Halliday, Fred (2001) The Iranian revolution and international politics: some European perspectives. In: Esposito, J. and Ramazani, R., (eds.) Iran at the Crossroads. Palgrave, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 175-190. ISBN 9780312238162

Halliday, Fred (2001) Nationalism. In: Baylis, J. and Smith, S., (eds.) The Globalization of World Politics : an Introduction to International Relations. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., pp. 440-455. ISBN 0199271186

Halliday, Fred (2001) Revolution at the crossroads. In: Index on Censorship. Index on Censorship.

Halliday, Fred (2001) The romance of non-state actors. In: Josselin, Daphne and Wallace, William, (eds.) Non-State Actors in World Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 21-40. ISBN 9780333961254

Halliday, Fred (2000) War and revolution. In: Katz, M., (ed.) Revolution: International Dimensions. CQ Press, Washington D.C., USA, pp. 63-74. ISBN 9781568025537

Halliday, Fred (2000) Culture and international relations: a new reductionism? In: Ebata, M. and Neufeld, B., (eds.) Confronting the Political in International Relations. Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 47-71. ISBN 0333732863 0333732855

Halliday, Fred (2000) Foreword. In: Özkirimli, Umut, (ed.) Theories of Nationalism. Macmillan, New York, ix-xi. ISBN 0333777115

Halliday, Fred (2000) Global governance: prospects and problems. In: Held, D. and McGrew, A., (eds.) The Global Transformations Reader. Polity Press, Malden, MA, pp. 431-441. ISBN 978-0745631356

Halliday, Fred (2000) Monarchies in the Middle East: a concluding appraisal. In: Kostiner, Joseph, (ed.) Middle East Monarchies: the Challenge of Modernity. Lynne Rienner, pp. 289-304. ISBN 978-1555878627

Halliday, Fred (2000) Peace processes in the late twentieth century: a mixed record. In: Cox, M., Guelke, A. and Stephen, F., (eds.) A Farewell to Arms? From "Long War" to Long Peace in Northern Ireland. Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719057960

Halliday, Fred (2000) Post-akhundism: some tentative notes on the future of Iran. In: Mohammadi, Ali and Ehteshami, Anoushiravan, (eds.) Iran and Eurasia. Ithaca Press, Reading, UK, pp. 19-34. ISBN 9780863722714

Halliday, Fred (2000) Sentiment and scepticism. In: Logue, Paddy, (ed.) Being Irish: Personal Reflections on Irish Identity Today. Oak tree press, Dublin. ISBN 1860761879

Halliday, Fred (2000) The potentials of enlightenment. In: Cox, Michael, Booth, Ken and Dunne, Tim, (eds.) The Interregnum: Controversies in World Politics 1989-1999. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 105-126. ISBN 9780521785099

Halliday, Fred (1999) Manipulation and its limits: media coverage of the Gulf War, 1990-1991. In: Allen, Tim and Seaton, Jean, (eds.) The Media of Conflict: War Reporting and Representations of Ethnic Violence. Zed Books Ltd, London. ISBN 9781856495707

Halliday, Fred (1999) Untitled. In: Logue, Paddy, (ed.) The Border: Personal Reflections From Ireland North and South. Oak tree press, Dublin, pp. 43-46. ISBN 1860761569

Halliday, Fred (1999) The politics of enlightenment. In: Cox, Michael, Booth, Ken and Dunne, Tim, (eds.) The Interregnum: Controversies in World Politics 1989-1999. Cambridge university press, Cambridge, pp. 105-126. ISBN 978-0521785099

Halliday, Fred (1998) Europe and the international system: war and peace. In: Chan, Stephen and Wiener, Jarrod, (eds.) Twentieth Century International History: a Reader. Tauris history readers. I. B.Tauris, London, UK, pp. 68-95. ISBN 9781860643026

Halliday, Fred (1998) Western Europe and the Iranian revolution, 1979-97: an elusive normalization. In: Roberson, B.A., (ed.) The Middle East and Europe: the Power Deficit. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 130-150. ISBN 0415140447

Halliday, Fred (1997) Marxism and the Arab world. In: Jabar, Faleh A., (ed.) Post-Marxism and the Middle East. Al Saqi books. ISBN 0863569617

Halliday, Fred (1997) The formation of Yemeni nationalism: initial reflections. In: Jankowski, James and Gershoni, Israel, (eds.) Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East. Columbia university press, New York, pp. 26-41. ISBN 978-0231106955

Halliday, Fred (1996) Condemned to react, unable to influence: Iran and Transcaucasia. In: Wright, John F.R., Goldenberg, Suzanne and Schofield, Richard N., (eds.) Transcaucasian Boundaries. SOAS/GRC geopolitics series. UCL press, London, UK, pp. 71-88. ISBN 9780203214473

Halliday, Fred (1996) Religious fundamentalism in contemporary politics. In: Fara, Patricia, Gathercole, P.W. and Laskey, R.A., (eds.) The Changing World. Cambridge university press, Cambridge, pp. 53-77. ISBN 9780521562355

Halliday, Fred (1996) The future of international relations: fears and hopes. In: Smith, Steve M., Booth, Ken and Zalewski, Marysia, (eds.) International Theory: Positivism and Beyond. Cambridge university press, Cambridge, pp. 318-327. ISBN 978-0521479486

Halliday, Fred (1995) Iran and the Caspian. In: Gurdon, Charles and Lloyd, Sarah, (eds.) Oil and Caviar in the Caspian. Menas associates ltd., pp. 9-14.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Class analysis. In: Esposito, John, (ed.) Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World. Oxford university press, Oxford. ISBN 9780195066135

Halliday, Fred (1995) 'Islam is in danger': authority, Rushdie and the struggle for the migrant soul. In: Hippler, Jochen and Lueg, Andrea, (eds.) The Next Threat: Western Perceptions of Islam. Pluto press, pp. 71-81. ISBN 978-0745309538

Halliday, Fred (1995) Options for Iraq. In: Centre for global energy studies, (corp. ed.) New Oil: the World's Oil Map in the Year 2005. Centre for global energy studies, pp. 79-85.

Halliday, Fred (1995) The end of the Cold War and international relations: some analytic and theoretical conclusions. In: Booth, Ken and Smith, Steve, (eds.) International Relations Theory Today. Polity Press. ISBN 0271014628

Halliday, Fred (1995) A singular collapse: the Soviet Union, market pressure and inter-state competition. In: Keddie, Nikki R., (ed.) Debating Revolutions. NYU press, New York, USA, pp. 275-295. ISBN 9780814746578

Halliday, Fred (1995) The third world and the end of the cold war. In: Stallings, Barbera, (ed.) Global Change, Regional Response: the New International Context of Development. Cambridge university press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 33-66. ISBN 9780521478069

Halliday, Fred (1994) The Cold War and its conclusion: consequences for international relations theory. In: Richardson, Jim, (ed.) The Post-Cold War Order: Diagnoses and Prognoses. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre, pp. 11-28. ISBN 186373399X

Halliday, Fred (1994) The politics of Islamic fundamentalism: Iraq, Tunisia and the challenge to the secular state. In: Ahmed, Akbar and Donnan, Hastings, (eds.) Islam, Globalization and Postmodernity. Routledge, London, pp. 91-113. ISBN 978-0415093675

Halliday, Fred (1993) The Cold War as intersystemic conflict - initial theses. In: Bowker, M. and Brown, R., (eds.) From Cold War to Collapse: Theory and World Politics in the 1980s. Cambridge university press, Cambridge, pp. 21-34. ISBN 978-0521415965

Halliday, Fred (1993) The Republic of Yemen. In: Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Oxford university press.

Halliday, Fred (1993) Western Europe and the Middle East. In: Crawford, Beverley and Schulze, Peter W., (eds.) European Dilemmas After Maastricht. University of California press, pp. 183-198. ISBN 978-0877251897

Halliday, Fred (1992) The siren of nationalism. In: Hartman, C. and Vilanova, P., (eds.) Paradigms Lost: the Post Cold War Era. Pluto press, pp. 34-44. ISBN 978-0745306384

Halliday, Fred (1991) Hidden from international relations: women and the international arena. In: Grant, Rebecca and Newland, Kathleen, (eds.) Gender and International Relations. Indiana university press, pp. 158-169. ISBN 978-0253212658

Halliday, Fred (1991) Iran and the world: reassertion and its costs. In: Ehteshami, Anoushiravan and Varasteh, Manshour, (eds.) Iran and the International Community. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 1-6. ISBN 0415041848

Halliday, Fred (1991) Revolution in the Third World: 1945 and after. In: Rice, E.E., (ed.) Revolution and Counter-Revolution. Blackwell, Cambridge, USA. ISBN 9780631178163

Halliday, Fred (1991) The ends of Cold War. In: Blackburn, Robin, (ed.) After the Fall: the Failure of Communism and the Future of Socialism. Verso, London, pp. 78-99. ISBN 978-0860915409

Halliday, Fred (1991) The left and the war: four underlying questions. In: Bresheeth, Haim and Yuval-Davis, Niva, (eds.) The Gulf War and the New World Order. Zed books, pp. 272-276. ISBN 978-1856490412

Halliday, Fred (1991) The politics of Islamic fundamentalism: Iraq, Tunisia and the challenge to the secular state. In: Fiorini, Stanley and Mallia-Milanes, Victor, (eds.) Malta: a Case Study in International Cross-Currents. University of Malta, Malta, pp. 279-300.

Halliday, Fred (1991) A reply to Edward Thompson. In: After the Fall: the Failure of Communism and the Future of Socialism. Verso Books, London, pp. 110-114. ISBN 9780860915409

Halliday, Fred (1990) The Iranian Revolution and great-power politics: components of the first decade. In: Keddie, Nikki R. and Gasiorowski, M.J., (eds.) Neither East Nor West: Iran, the Soviet Union and the United States. Yale university press, New Haven, USA, pp. 246-264. ISBN 9780300046588

Halliday, Fred (1989) Superpower relations in transition. In: Bloomfield, J., (ed.) The Soviet Revolution: Perestroika in the Making. Lawrence & Wishart Ltd., pp. 223-233. ISBN 978-0853157137

Halliday, Fred (1988) The Iranian revolution: uneven development and religious populism. In: Halliday, Fred and Alavi, Hamza, (eds.) State and Ideology in the Middle East and Pakistan. Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 31-63. ISBN 0853457352

Halliday, Fred (1988) North Yemen. In: Mostyn, Trevor, (ed.) The Cambridge Encylopedia of the Middle East and North Africa. Cambridge university press.

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, pp. 157-166. ISBN 978-1850431053

Halliday, Fred (1988) The Reagan administration and the Middle East: consolidation or incompetence? In: Morley, Morris H., (ed.) Crisis and Confrontation: Ronald Reagan's Foreign Policy. Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 219-234. ISBN 0847674320

Halliday, Fred (1988) The impact of Soviet policy in the Middle East. In: Shearman, Peter and Williams, Phil, (eds.) The Superpowers, Central America and the Middle East. Brassey's defence publishers, London, UK, pp. 155-170. ISBN 0080358144

Halliday, Fred (1987) The Middle East in international perspective: problems of analysis. In: Bush, Ray, Johnston, Gordon and Coates, David, (eds.) The World Order: Socialist Perspectives. Polity, Cambridge, pp. 202-220. ISBN 0745600298

Halliday, Fred (1987) The Middle East, Afghanistan and the Gulf in Soviet perception. In: Sheer, J., (ed.) RUSI, (corp. ed.) Soviet Power: the Continuing Challenge. Macmillan, pp. 198-210.

Halliday, Fred (1987) News management and counter-insurgency: the case of Oman. In: Seaton, Jean and Pimlott, Ben, (eds.) The Media in British Politics. Avebury, Aldershot, UK. ISBN 9781855210608

Halliday, Fred and Chomsky, Noam (1987) The new Cold War. In: Bourne, Bill, Eichler, Udi and Herman, David, (eds.) Modernity and Its Discontents: Voices From the Channel 4 Television Series. Spokesman in association with Hobo Press, Nottingham, UK, pp. 65-84. ISBN 9780851244822

Halliday, Fred (1986) Iranian foreign policy since 1979: internationalism and nationalism in the Islamic Revolution. In: Cole, Juan R.I. and Keddie, Nikki R., (eds.) Shi'ism and Social Protest. Yale university press, New Haven, pp. 88-107. ISBN 0300035535

Halliday, Fred (1985) Global conflict and regional sub-systems: the case of Afghanistan and the Gulf. In: Lawless, R., (ed.) Foreign Policy Issues in the Middle East: Afghanistan - Iraq - Turkey - Morocco. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Soviet foreign policy. In: Holden, Gerard, (ed.) The Second Superpower: the Arms Race and the Soviet Union. CND publications, London, pp. 13-19. ISBN 978-0907321163

Halliday, Fred (1984) The USSR and the Red Sea: Moscow's 'Panama canal'. In: Farid, Abdel Majid, (ed.) Arab research centre, (corp. ed.) The Red Sea. Croom helm, pp. 123-136. ISBN 0709905432

Halliday, Fred (1983) Patterns of Soviet policy. In: Friedman, John S., (ed.) First Harvest: the Institute for Policy Studies, 1963-83. Grove press inc., New York, USA, pp. 163-169. ISBN 0394624912

Halliday, Fred (1982) A curious and close liaison: Saudi Arabia's relations with the United States. In: Niblock, Tim, (ed.) State, Society and Economy in Saudi Arabia. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 125-147. ISBN 9780312756178

Halliday, Fred (1982) The sources of the new cold war. In: Thompson, Edward, (ed.) Exterminism and Cold War. Verso, London, pp. 289-328.

Halliday, Fred (1981) The Iranian Revolution in international affairs: programme and practice. In: Farid, Abdel Majid, (ed.) Oil and Security in the Arabian Gulf. Croom Helm, London, UK, pp. 18-35. ISBN 0709905076

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Gulf between two revolutions: 1958-1979. In: Niblock, Tim, (ed.) Social and Economic Development in the Arab Gulf. Croom Helm, London, pp. 210-238. ISBN 0312731450

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iran. In: The Middle East Yearbook 1980. IC, pp. 122-132.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Foreign pressures on the Horn. In: New African Yearbook 1979. IC, pp. 57-62.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Iraq: general information. In: Ic Yearbook. [draft text].

Halliday, Fred (1975) Inter-imperialist contradictions and Arab nationalism. In: David, Uri, Mack, Andrew and Yuval-Davis, Nira, (eds.) Israel and the Palestinians. Ithica press, London, UK, pp. 160-171. ISBN 090372913X

Halliday, Fred (1970) Introduction. In: Deutscher, Isaac, (ed.) Russia, China and the West: a Contemporary Chronicle 1953-1966. Oxford university press, Oxford, ix-xiv. ISBN 978-0192111906

Halliday, Fred (1970) Karl Korsch: an introduction. In: Korsch, Karl, (ed.) Marxism and Philosophy. Monthly review press, pp. 7-23. ISBN 978-0853451532

Halliday, Fred (1969) Students of the world unite. In: Cockburn, Alex and Blackburn, Robin, (eds.) Student Power: Problems, Diagnosis, Action. Penguin, pp. 287-326. ISBN 978-0140522662

Halliday, Fred Introduction to the Arabic edition of "Soviet policy in the arc of crisis". In: Soviet Policy in the Arc of Crisis. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred PDR Yemen. In: Middle East Yearbook. [draft text].

Halliday, Fred Palestine in perspective. In: [Unknown Publication]. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The nature of change in world politics: a challenge to security. In: World Politics. Open university press. (Unpublished)

Monograph

Amirpur, Katajun, Beeman, William O. , Ehteshami, Anoushiravan, Halliday, Fred, Hourcade, Bernard, Kapiszewski, Andrzej, Posch, Walter and Reissner, Johannes (2006) Iran's regional and strategic interests. Chaillot papers, Posch, Walter (ed.) no. 89. European Union Institute for Security Studies, Paris, France. ISBN 9291980927

Halliday, Fred (1998) Colonialism and the formation of the modern world: domination and resistance. Centre for Western European Studies working papers, no. 1. Center for Western European Studies, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI, UK.

Halliday, Fred (1996) Does Islamic fundamentalism pose a threat to the West? Institute for Jewish Policy Research.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Iran. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Halliday, Fred (1993) Iran: the growing marginalisation. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Halliday, Fred (1993) Sleepwalking through history?: the New World and its discontents. Discussion papers, DP4. Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Halliday, Fred (1990) European neutralism and Cold War politics: a harder look. University of Sheffield.

Halliday, Fred (1986) Aghanistan briefing. Oxford Analytica.

Halliday, Fred (1986) Iran monitoring monograph. [unknown publisher].

Halliday, Fred (1984) The Soviet Union and the Middle East: report on a visit to the USSR. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Behind the North Yemeni surprises. . (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Report on a visit to Afghanistan 20-27.10.1980. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) After the Shah. Issue paper, Institute for policy studies, Washington D.C..

Halliday, Fred (1979) Soviet policy in the Middle East: the uncontrollable center. Institute for policy studies.

Halliday, Fred (1977) Mercenaries: counter-insurgency in the Gulf. Bertrand Russell peace foundation, Nottingham, UK. ISBN 0851241972

Halliday, Fred (1971) Why is the Sultanate of Oman applying for membership of the UN? Gulf Committee.

Halliday, Fred Iran: the background to the present crisis. Institute for Policy Studies. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Is Islamic fundamentalism a political failure? [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Halliday, Fred (2009) Irregular warfare and the modern Middle East: from Mirza Kuckik Khan to Osama bin Laden. In: Rethinking Jihad, 7 September 2009, Centre for the advanced study of the Arab world, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2009) The Middle East, interstate norms and intervention: the great anomaly. In: Globalisation and the Middle East, 16 October 2009, Universitat der Bundeswehr, Munich. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2009) The cold war: legacies and lessons. In: Government and opposition annual lecture, 9 April 2009, Manchester. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Internationalism and international relations: modern and premodern concepts. In: Ottoman urban studies seminar, 2 June 2008, Berlin. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Social science and the Middle East: against particularism. In: BRISMES graduate conference, 8 September 2008, London school of economics. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Social science and the Middle East: myths, pitfalls and opportunities. In: Department of international relations public lecture, 7 January 2008, London school of economics. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) The enigmas of violence. In: Trilateral conference on violence, November 2008, Bilgi university, Istanbul. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2005) International terrorism and world politics: causes and prospects. In: World economic forum, 3 January 2005, Davos. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2004) The Middle East after Saddam Hussein. In: LSE public lecture, 6 May 2004, London school of economics. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2004) Stability and democracy in Iraq. In: The Labour party conference, September 2004, Brighton.

Halliday, Fred (2003) The Arabian Gulf and international relations: the past, present and future. In: [untitled conference], 20 October 2003, Gulf research centre, Dubai. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2002) Globalisation and civil society. In: Richness in diversity: reconstructing civil society, Dundalk Institute of Technology. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2002) Iran and the new west Asia: opportunities and perils. In: [unknown conference], 24 January 2002, Royal institute of international affairs, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2002) Islam in international relations. In: Asia house: understanding Islam, 15 April 2002, SOAS, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2001) 11 September 2001 and the study of international relations. In: British Middle East studies lecture, 4 December 2001, London School of Economics and Political Science. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2001) London and the Middle East: promises of diversity. In: London and the Middle East, 28 June 2001, SOAS, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2000) The Cold War and the Middle East. In: Middle East studies association conference, 17 November 2000, Orlando, Florida. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2000) Ummat and Mihan: the international relations of Ayatollah Khomeini. In: [unknown conference], 7 March 2000, Edinburgh institite for the advanced study of the Middle East. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2000) The contradictory legacies of Ayatollah Khomeini: the Iranian revolution at twenty. In: Ayatollah Khomeini and the modernization of Islamic thought, 15 October 1999, SOAS, University of London.

Halliday, Fred (1999) Globalisation and its discontents. In: [unknown conference], 13 December 1999, Royal Irish academy, Dublin. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1999) Oman and Yemen: a historic re-encounter. In: Joint meeting of the Anglo-Omani and Anglo-Yemeni societies, 28 October 1999, Middle East association, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1999) Transnational paranoia and international relations: the case of the 'Islamic threat'. In: The new agenda in international relations: ten years after the wall, 9 September 1999, University of East Anglia. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Irish nationalisms in perspective. In: Second Torkel Opsahl memorial lecture: democratic dialogue. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1998) International relations theory and the post-cold war period. In: METU lecture, March 1998, Ankara, Turkey. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Islam and west. In: METU, March 1998, Ankara. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1997) Changing concepts, changing opinions, changing priorities. In: One World Action seminar: foreign policy in the twenty-first century, 29 October 1997, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Fundamentalism and the contemporary world: political and ethical challenges. In: Twenty-fifth anniversary of NIAS, 20 September 1996, Dorpskerk, Wassenaar.

Halliday, Fred (1996) Ties that bind, and unbind: economics, culture, religion. In: 38th Annual Conference of the IISS, Dresden. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1995) The League of Arab States and the new Middle East. In: Looking to the future: golden jubilee of the Arab League, 5 April 1995, Banqueting House, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1994) The Gulf OPEC producers: political factors. In: Fourth conference of the Centre for Global Energy Studies, 11 April 1994, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1994) Varieties of Muslim experience: views from the west. In: Ford Foundation Muslim societies meeting, 12 June 1994, Istanbul. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1994) The international system after the cold war: the diverisites of 'modernity'. In: modernidade na virada do seculo, 15 March 1994, Rio de Janeiro. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1994) The political failure of contemporary Islamic fundamentalism. In: Institute of Jewish Affairs conference. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1994) The third world and the end of the Cold War: an interim assessment. In: The end of the Cold War: effects and prospects for Asia and Africa, 21 October 1994, SOAS, London. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1993) The Gulf War 1990-1991: implications for international relations. In: E.H. Carr Lecture, 4 May 1993, University of Aberystwyth. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1991) Democracy and its prospects: some initial questions. In: Liberal democracy and free market capitalism, 20 September 1991, Cambridge University. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1991) The war and its aftermath: three myths on Europe and the Middle East. In: After the Gulf War: Europe and the Middle East, February 1991, European Policy Unit.

Halliday, Fred (1990) The new Europe. In: ABTA annual convention, Budapest. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1990) External influences and the Persian Gulf in the 1990's: Europe, Turkey, China. In: Gulf stability in the 90's. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1990) The Gulf crisis and international relations: prospects for the medium term. In: Centre for global energy studies' first round table.

Halliday, Fred (1989) The politics of Islamic fundamentalism: Iran, Tunisia, and the challenge to the secular state. In: International colloquium on the history of the central Mediterranean, 13 December 1989, University of Malta. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1988) International security: national and international [RIIA discussion paper no. 7]. In: International economic security: Soviet and British approaches.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Global conflict and regional sub-systems: the case of Afghanistan and the Gulf. In: Foreign policy issues in the Middle East, 17-19 December 1984, Hatfield College, Durham University.

Halliday, Fred (1984) The determinant of the revolution in South Yemen. In: The national democratic revolution colloquium: The democratic Yemen experience, 11 February 1984, Aden.

Halliday, Fred (1983) The Soviet Union and the Horn of Africa. In: Horn of Africa: from "scramble for Africa" to east west conflict, March, Bonn, Germany.

Halliday, Fred (1983) The new cold war and the third world. In: Patriot/link international seminar on 'peaceful coexistence', 12 August 1983, New Delhi. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Horn of Africa in the field of tension of international politics. In: Horn of Africa conference. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Reagan administration and the Middle East. In: Labour party Middle East sub-committee. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Saudi Arabia and its southern flank. In: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung round table on Saudi Arabia, 26 April 1982. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iranian policy on oil and security in the Arabian Gulf. In: Oil and security in the Arab Gulf: the proceedings of an international system, 1 October 1980.

Halliday, Fred Iran and the west: a time for change. In: Iran and the west, SOAS. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Liberation struggles and local wars. In: SSRC-Macarthur conference on peace and security in a changing world. (Unpublished)

Book

Halliday, Fred (2011) Political journeys: the openDemocracy essays. Saqi books, London. ISBN 978-0863564611

Halliday, Fred (2011) Shocked and awed: how the War on Terror and Jihad have changed the English language. I.B. Tauris, London. ISBN 978-1848850316

Halliday, Fred (2010) Britain's first Muslims: portrait of an Arab community. I.B. Tauris, London. ISBN 9781848852990

Halliday, Fred (2010) Caamano in London: the exile of a Latin American revolutionary. Institute for the study of the Americas, London, UK. ISBN 9781900039963

Halliday, Fred (2005) The Middle East in international relations: power, politics and ideology. The Contemporary Middle East (4). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521597418

Halliday, Fred (2005) 100 myths about the Middle East. University of California Press, London, UK. ISBN 9780520247215

Halliday, Fred (2005) Devrim ve Dunya Siyaseti (Turkish translation of Revolution and world politics 1999). Bilgi Universitesi Yayinlari, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 9789756857618

Halliday, Fred (2002) 2000'lerde dünya: tehlikeler ve vaatler (Turkish translation) The world at 2000 : perils and promises. Bilgi İletişim Grubu Yayıncılık, Istanbul, Turkey. ISBN 9789756857434

Halliday, Fred (2002) Las relaciones internacionales en un mundo en transformacion. La Catarata, Madrid, Spain. ISBN 9788483191484

Halliday, Fred (2002) Two hours that shook the world: September 11, 2001, causes and consequences. Saqi Books, London. ISBN 9780863563829

Halliday, Fred (2001) The world at 2000. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0333945353

Halliday, Fred (2000) Nation and religion in the Middle East. Saqi books, London. ISBN 978-0863560781

Halliday, Fred (2000) The world at 2000: perils and promises. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9780333945346

Halliday, Fred (1999) Revolution and world politics: the rise and fall of the sixth great power. Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333653289

Halliday, Fred (1996) Islam and the myth of confrontation. I.B. Tauris, New York. ISBN 1860640044

Halliday, Fred (1994) Rethinking international relations. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 033358905X

Halliday, Fred (1992) Arabs in exile: Yemeni migrants in urban Britain. I.B. Tauris, London. ISBN 978-1850434993

Halliday, Fred (1990) Revolution and foreign policy: the case of South Yemen 1967-1987. Cambridge university press, Cambridge. ISBN 0521891647

Halliday, Fred (1989) Cold war, third world: an essay on Soviet-American relations. Hutchinson Radius, London, UK. ISBN 9780091757694

Halliday, Fred (1989) From Kabul to Managua: Soviet-American relations in the 1980's. Pantheon Books, New York, USA. ISBN 9780679726678

Halliday, Fred (1987) Beyond Irangate: the Reagan doctrine and the third world. Transnational issues , 1 . Transnational Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789070563028

Halliday, Fred (1983) The making of the second Cold War. Verso.

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

Halliday, Fred (1981) Soviet policy in the arc of crisis. Institute for policy studies.

Halliday, Fred (1978) Iran: dictatorship and development. Penguin, New York. ISBN 0140220100

Halliday, Fred (1974) Arabia without sultans. Penguin, Harmondsworth, UK. ISBN 9780140218183

Newspaper/Magazine Article

Halliday, Fred (2011) Iran and Afghanistan: the limits of power. [Unknown Publication] (2011) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2011) Scenarios of security and insecurity in the Middle East. [Unknown Publication] (2011) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2009) One big unhappy family: Steve Coll, "The Bin Ladens: an Arabian family in the American century" [book review]. The New York Review of Books (12 Mar 2009) pp. 11-13.

Halliday, Fred (2009) Milestone of change and events thereafter: the Iranian revolution shared many features with other upheavals around the world. [Unknown Publication] (27 Feb 2009)

Halliday, Fred (2009) We should be much more impatient with nationalism. [Unknown Publication] (2009) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Tibet, Palestine and politics of failure. Opendemocracy (09 May 2008)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Hitting the wrong targets. Michael Burleigh, "Blood and rage" [book review]. The Independent (29 Feb 2008)

Halliday, Fred (2008) Perspectives on 'the long war': 9/11, American power and the greater West Asian crisis. Cuaderno de Estrategia (2008)

Halliday, Fred (2007) Radical rule that divides a lost people. Times Higher Education Supplement (13 Jul 2007)

Halliday, Fred (2007) Yemen: murder in Arabia Felix. Opendemocracy (13 Jul 2007)

Halliday, Fred (2007) Palestinians and Israelis: a political impasse. Opendemocracy (04 Jun 2007)

Halliday, Fred (2007) Ban the Pope. New Humanist (Jan 2007)

Halliday, Fred (2006) Iran is aiming for 'nuclear ambiguity' [interview with Fred Halliday]. Weekend Review (12 May 2006)

Halliday, Fred (2005) Geoffrey Stern: urbane observer of international relations in the lecture hall and on the airwaves [obituary]. Guardian (19 Oct 2005)

Halliday, Fred (2005) The grim legacy of the poisoned umbrella. Times Higher Education Supplement (16 Sep 2005)

Halliday, Fred (2005) Honey-tongued. Mai Yamani, "Cradle of Islam: the Hijaz and the quest for an Arabian identity"; Nasr Abu Zaid & Esther R. Nelson, "Voice of an exile: reflections on Islam" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (03 Jun 2005)

Halliday, Fred (2005) It's time to bin the past. The Observer (30 Jan 2005)

Halliday, Fred (2005) Reform in the Arab world: mirages and realities. The Middle East Symposium (2005) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2004) The crisis of universalism: America and radical Islam after 9/11. [Unknown Publication] (2004) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2003) Dialogue key to resolving regional obstacles. Khaleej Times (18 Dec 2003)

Halliday, Fred (2002) The futures of Iraq. Al-Diblomasi (Apr 2002)

Halliday, Fred (2002) 11 September six months later. Al-Zaman (15 Mar 2002)

Halliday, Fred (2002) New world, but the same old disorder. The Observer (10 Mar 2002)

Halliday, Fred (2002) The shape of things to come. The Observer (09 Mar 2002)

Halliday, Fred (2001) Aftershocks that will eventually shake us all. The Observer (25 Nov 2001)

Halliday, Fred (2001) Playing for high stakes: Iran seizes its chance. The Observer (21 Oct 2001)

Halliday, Fred (2001) Labour abroad. Prospect (Jun 2001)

Halliday, Fred (2001) Death of a flaneur. Abbas Milani, "The Persian sphinx: Amir Abbas Hoveyda and the riddle of the Iranian Revolution" ][book review]. Times Literary Supplement (12 Jan 2001)

Halliday, Fred (2000) An Islamic revolution at the crossroads. The Echo of Iran (15 Nov 2000)

Halliday, Fred (2000) India and China: challenges for a new Millennium. Times of India (26 Jan 2000)

Halliday, Fred (2000) Letter from Camp Khor. Middle East International (2000)

Halliday, Fred (2000) Offers that a nation can't refuse: Said K. Aburish, "Saddam Hussein: the politics of revenge" [book review]. [Unknown Publication] (2000)

Halliday, Fred (1999) Are the actions of NATO in Kosovo prudent and are they legal? The Irish Times (01 Apr 1999)

Halliday, Fred (1999) The road to Iraq and ruin. Geoff Simons, "Imposing economic sanctions: legal remedy or genocidal tool?" [book review]. The Independent (23 Feb 1999)

Halliday, Fred (1999) Libya undermines the myth of the special relationship. The Independent (09 Feb 1999)

Halliday, Fred (1999) Letter from Brasilia. Prospect (Feb 1999)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Susan Strange: new world orders [obituary]. Guardian (14 Nov 1998)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Islam's war with itself. Prospect (Nov 1998)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Mohammed and Mill. The New Republic (05 Oct 1998) pp. 30-34.

Halliday, Fred (1998) The outside world fails to get a look in. Times Higher Education Supplement (22 May 1998)

Halliday, Fred (1998) The prefect's story: Douglas Hurd, "The search for peace: a century of peace diplomacy" [book review]. New Statesman (02 Jan 1998)

Halliday, Fred (1998) Portrait: Mohammad Khatami. Prospect (Jan 1998)

Halliday, Fred (1997) Don's delight: Fred Halliday on farewell to Arabia - the book that changed his life. Guardian (18 Nov 1997) C5.

Halliday, Fred (1997) Conversation with Fred Halliday [interview]. Q-News: the Muslim Magazine (Aug 1997)

Halliday, Fred (1997) Muslims in Europe and America, perversity amid diversity: Gilles Kepel, "Allah in the west"; Adam Lebor, "A heart turned east" [book review]. The Economist (19 Jul 1997)

Halliday, Fred (1997) Family business. London Review of Books (17 Jul 1997)

Halliday, Fred (1997) Stoic grace: Mauncher Farmanfarmalan and Roxanne Farmanfarmalan, "Blood and oil: memoirs of a Persian prince" [book review]. Los Angeles Times (27 Apr 1997) p. 4.

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: a new world myth. New Statesman (04 Apr 1997) pp. 42-43.

Halliday, Fred (1997) Book review: a minor irritant to the French authorities. London Review of Books (20 Feb 1997) pp. 28-29.

Halliday, Fred (1996) Kabul's patriarchy with guns. Nation (11 Nov 1996)

Halliday, Fred and Hodges, Lucy (1996) Fred of Arabia. Times Higher Education Supplement (09 Aug 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Israel's deadly lightweight. New Statesman and Society (07 Jun 1996) p. 32.

Halliday, Fred (1996) A cold war tragedy in Afghanistan that the world forgot. Irish Times (11 May 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) West prepares a Bosnian disaster. [Unknown Publication] (05 May 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Saudi bigots to lock door to truth. The Observer (14 Apr 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) The world's cold peace at Easter. The Observer (07 Apr 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Book review: The un-great game: the country that lost the cold war. The New Republic (25 Mar 1996) pp. 38-42.

Halliday, Fred (1996) Nothing so exceptional about Irish nationalism. Irish Times (17 Feb 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) A kingdom whose power haunts the world. The Independent (03 Jan 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Dangers facing Riyadh's rulers lie in the gap between myth and reality. Times (02 Jan 1996)

Halliday, Fred (1995) Book review: apocalypse soon. New Statesman and Society (30 Jun 1995) pp. 39-40.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Book review: the clouded view from the Oval Office. Guardian (23 Jun 1995) p. 9.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Book review: David Armstrong, "Revolution and world order: the revolutionary state in international society". Political Studies (Jun 1995) p. 391.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Beyond Europe. New Statesman and Society (26 May 1995) pp. 21-22.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Rewriting the words that made up cold war wisdom: commentary. Guardian (05 Apr 1995) p. 18.

Halliday, Fred (1995) Letter from Washington. New Statesman and Society (31 Mar 1995)

Halliday, Fred (1995) Who are you calling an agent of influence? The Spectator (04 Mar 1995)

Halliday, Fred (1995) Leading the Bolshevik revolution, the monopoly stage of communism: Dmitri Volkogonov, "Lenin" [book review]. The Economist (14 Feb 1995)

Halliday, Fred (1995) The stability of Middle Eastern regimes: elements of continuity. Oil Daily: Energy Compass Weekly Review (27 Jan 1995)

Halliday, Fred (1995) Diary. New Statesman and Society (13 Jan 1995) p. 6.

Halliday, Fred (1994) Fewer illusions. In These Times (17 Oct 1994)

Halliday, Fred (1994) Lying abroad: Henry Kissinger, "Diplomacy"; Ruth Dudley Edwards, "True Brits: inside the Foreign Office"; Nicholas Henderson, "Mandarin: the diaries of Nicholas Henderson" [book review]. London Review of Books (21 Jul 1994)

Halliday, Fred (1994) The Yemenis in Britain. Al-Mujahir (06 Apr 1994)

Halliday, Fred (1994) John Esposito, "The Islamic threat: myth or reality?" [book review]. Forthnight (Jan 1994)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Anyone concerned about the Middle East: some thoughts on the Palestinian-Israeli agreement. [Unknown Publication] (Dec 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: breaking the silence: Kanan Makiya, "cruelty and silence: war, tyranny, uprising and the Arab world". In These Times (04 Oct 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Past imperfect. In These Times (04 Oct 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: winners, losers. Guardian (28 Sep 1993) A10.

Halliday, Fred (1993) Letter from Prague. New Statesman and Society (16 Jul 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: Andargachew Tiruneh, "the Ethipoian revolution 1974-1987: a transformation from an aristocratic to a totalitarian society". Guardian (25 May 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Book review: aftermath. New Statesman and Society (14 May 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) The fundamental lesson of the fatwa. New Statesman and Society (12 Feb 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Beyond the fringe. New Statesman and Society (08 Jan 1993)

Halliday, Fred (1993) Bondi beach diary. LSE Magazine (1993)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Last push never comes: P.J. Vatikiotis, "Among Arabs and Jews: a personal experience 1936-1990" [book review]. Fortnight (Nov 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Letter from Singapore. Middle East International (09 Oct 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Election takes Yemen to the crossroads. Guardian (06 Oct 1992) p. 8.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Bosnia and the sword of Islam. Guardian (10 Aug 1992) p. 21.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Too reverently relativist: Ephraim Nimni, "Marxism and nationalism: theoretical origins of a political crisis" [book review]. Fortnight (Jun 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Atlantic connection. New Statesman and Society (22 May 1992) pp. 25-26.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Washington diary: who's in and who's out. New Statesman and Society (08 May 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Full circle. New Statesman and Society (24 Apr 1992) p. 16.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Not of this world. New Statesman and Society (17 Apr 1992) pp. 18-19.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Fundamentalism: holes in the veil. New Statesman and Society (27 Mar 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Giant steps. New Statesman and Society (27 Mar 1992) pp. 21-24.

Halliday, Fred (1992) Facelift for a tribal dictatorship. Guardian (04 Mar 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) The Ayatollah syndrome: America seeks a new world order, but still... Guardian (14 Feb 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Looking back without anger: myths on the left obscure Gulf War gains. In These Times (15 Jan 1992)

Halliday, Fred (1992) Revolutionary socialism is dead. Workers' Liberty (1992)

Halliday, Fred (1991) West is west but east is east. New Statesman and Society (29 Nov 1991) pp. 16-17.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Moscow packs up and goes home. New Statesman and Society (27 Sep 1991) pp. 17-18.

Halliday, Fred (1991) United States: yankee doodle dandy. Marxism Today (Aug 1991)

Halliday, Fred (1991) Timid titan. New Statesman and Society (19 Jul 1991) pp. 12-13.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Change in a green desert. New Statesman and Society (19 Apr 1991) pp. 18-19.

Halliday, Fred (1991) The post-crisis crisis: balancing the Mideast. In These Times (10 Apr 1991)

Halliday, Fred (1991) Belying the Euro-myths of Arabia. Guardian (14 Mar 1991) p. 21.

Halliday, Fred (1991) The left and war. New Statesman and Society (08 Mar 1991) pp. 15-16.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Spanish customs. New Statesman and Society (15 Feb 1991) pp. 30-31.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Tehran looks to the spoils of war. Times (28 Jan 1991)

Halliday, Fred (1991) Emir's small error 'was catastrophe'. Guardian (19 Jan 1991) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1991) US and Iraq size up and countdown: commentary. Guardian (02 Jan 1991) p. 6.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Awkward facts won't toe the line of dodgy politics. Guardian (1991) p. 3.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Look back in danger. New Statesman and Society (1991) pp. 4-7.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Eternal Hungary. New Statesman and Society (14 Dec 1990) pp. 12-13.

Halliday, Fred (1990) If Saddam pulls out. New Statesman and Society (02 Nov 1990) pp. 10-11.

Halliday, Fred (1990) The final curtain. New Statesman and Society (05 Oct 1990) pp. 10-11.

Halliday, Fred and Stork, Joe (1990) Straight talking: a conversation. Marxism Today (Oct 1990)

Halliday, Fred (1990) Future tense. New Statesman and Society (14 Sep 1990) pp. 14-15.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Biting the hand that helped them: commentary. Guardian (13 Aug 1990) p. 19.

Halliday, Fred (1990) No rest for the wicked. New Statesman and Society (10 Aug 1990) pp. 20-21.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Saudi shadow hangs over Yemeni union. Guardian (22 Jun 1990) p. 12.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Steppes towards secession? Muriel Atkin, "The subtlest battle: Islam in Soviet Tajikistan"; Edward Allworth, "Central Asia: 120 years of Russian rule" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (22 Jun 1990)

Halliday, Fred (1990) Strong-arming the man. New Statesman and Society (08 Jun 1990) pp. 14-15.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Book review: more than he seems. New Statesman and Society (25 May 1990) pp. 33-34.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Britain's bad record on the hostage issue. Guardian (11 May 1990) p. 13.

Halliday, Fred (1990) The beast awakes. New Statesman and Society (30 Mar 1990) pp. 12-14.

Halliday, Fred (1990) A state based on butchery. Guardian (16 Mar 1990) p. 23.

Halliday, Fred (1990) Decline of the east. Zbigniew Brzezinski, "The grand failure: the birth and death of communism in the twentieth century" [book review]. The Irish Times (17 Feb 1990)

Halliday, Fred (1989) Book review: carnage inconclusive. New Statesman and Society (10 Nov 1989) p. 35.

Halliday, Fred (1989) The world in the 1980s: notes on the new political culture. Nation (04 Sep 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1989) The Kabul quagmire. Marxism Today (Sep 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1989) Ceasefire deals break out all over but East-West rivalry remains keen. Guardian (07 Jul 1989) p. 17.

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1989) Secular state wrestles with religion for Tunisian ascendency. Guardian (26 May 1989) p. 18.

Halliday, Fred (1989) The struggle for the migrant soul. Gilles Kepel, "Les banlieues de l'Islam: naissance d'une religion en France"; Tomas Gerhold & Yngve Georg, "The new Islamic presence in western Europe"; Bassam Tibi, "The crisis of modern Islam" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (14 Apr 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1989) The Shevardnadze shuttle: Moscow's new role in the Middle East. Nation (20 Mar 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1989) Mikhail and the Mullahs. Marxism Today (Feb 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1989) Book review: royal debasements. New Statesman and Society (20 Jan 1989) pp. 33-34.

Halliday, Fred (1989) The combative pursuit of unity. Robert Burrowes, "The Yemen Arab republic: the politics of development"; J. Leigh Douglas, "The Free Yemeni movement 1935-1962"; Tawfiq Dawani, "Jemen: zwischen reisebeschreibung und feldforschung" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (20 Jan 1989)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Iran-Iraq: the uncertainties of peace. World Today (Oct 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) American disinformation: an ally in US-Soviet rivalry. [Unknown Publication] (29 Sep 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Letter from Dublin. Middle East Report (Sep 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) A good revolutionary pause. New Statesman and Society (29 Jul 1988) pp. 14-15.

Halliday, Fred (1988) Victims of a partisan American policy in the Gulf. Guardian (06 Jul 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Victims of partisan American policy in the Gulf. Guardian (06 Jul 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Victims of a partisan American policy in the Gulf: agenda. Guardian (05 Jul 1988) p. 19.

Halliday, Fred (1988) The Ron and Mik show. Marxism Today (Jun 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Battle for third world continues. [Unknown Publication] (27 May 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) US - Soviet ties on summit eve. [Unkown Publication] (26 May 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) The legacy of 1968. Interlink (Apr 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) The strange case of Europe's neutrals. END Bulletin (Feb 1988)

Halliday, Fred (1988) Mikhail Gorbachev, "Perestroika: new thinking for our country and the world"; Marshall I. Goldman, "Gorbachev's challenge: economic reform in the age of high technology" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (1988)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Europe's new dilemma: a crisis of neutralism. [Unknown Publication] (14 Dec 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) The Gorbachev era: Moscow on the move. Marxism Today (Nov 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) As Gorbachev consolidates economy remains key factor. [Unknown Publication] (23 Oct 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Cold War II: truce or new detente? [Unknown Publication] (Oct 1987) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Turning point in the Persian Gulf. [Unknown Publication] (21 Sep 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Fallout from Fez. New Statesman (17 Sep 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Gulf gamble. Marxism Today (Jul 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Friends of the people. Doris Lessing, "The wind blows away our words"; Peregrine Hodson, "Under a sickle moon: a journey through Afghanistan" [book review]. New Society (15 May 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Book review: world on the wing. Guardian (08 May 1987) p. 14.

Halliday, Fred (1987) Gulf war reaches crucial stage. END Journal of Nuclear Disarmament (May 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Everyday life in Cuba. Peter Marshall, "Cuba libre: breaking the chains?"; Fidel Castro, "Nothing can stop the course of history" [book review]. New Society (20 Mar 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Crucial phase in Gulf War: consequences of an Iranian victory. [Unknown Publication] (20 Feb 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Reagan's doctrine of deceit. Guardian (13 Feb 1987) p. 11.

Halliday, Fred (1987) Iran's grand strategy: undermining Iraqi regime. [Unknown Publication] (20 Jan 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1987) The cult of the gun. Marxism Today (Jan 1987)

Halliday, Fred (1986) Negotiations on Afghanistan: hopes and realities. Times of India (01 Dec 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) No achievement by Reagan in six years. Times of India (29 Sep 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) The other Irans. Roy Mottahedeh, "The mantle of the Prophet: learning and power in modern Iran"; Donne Raffat, "The prison papers of Bozorg Alavi: a literary odyssey"; Haleh Afshar, "Iran: a revolution in turmoil"; Barry M. Rosen, "Iran since the revolution: internal dynamics, regional conflict and the superpowers"; Robin Wright, "Sacred rage: the crusade of modern Islam"; I.P. Petrushevsky, "Islam in Iran" [book review]. Times Literary Supplement (20 Jun 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) An Irish history of Israel. Guardian (29 May 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) An Irish history of Israel: Fred Halliday considers what's missing in the view from St Stephen's Green. Guardian (29 May 1986) p. 23.

Foster-Carter, Aiden and Halliday, Fred (1986) Veil of tears. Guardian (23 May 1986) p. 10.

Halliday, Fred (1986) Libyan distractions. Marxism Today (May 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) Civil war in south Yemen. [Unknown Publication] (10 Mar 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) Shootout in Yemen. Nation (08 Mar 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) Catastrophe in south Yemen: a preliminary assessment. MERIP Reports (Mar 1986) pp. 37-39.

Halliday, Fred (1986) Soviet-Iranian relations: an overview. [Unknown Publication] (Feb 1986) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1986) South Yemen President foils coup attempt. Guardian (14 Jan 1986) p. 8.

Halliday, Fred (1986) USSR likely to gain ground. Times of India (10 Jan 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) The superpower conflict: third world holds the key. Times of India (09 Jan 1986)

Halliday, Fred (1986) Pakistan and the Arab world: a changing relationship. [Unknown Publication] (1986) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1986) The tragedy in South Yemen. Labour Focus on Eastern Europe (1986) pp. 48-50.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Fireside chat that doused the 3rd world. New Statesman (20 Dec 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Consolidation of rival alliances. Times of India (09 Nov 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) US-USSR balance on eve of summit. Times of India (08 Nov 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) The cold war takes to the air waves. Tribune (01 Nov 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Cold front in Geneva. New Socialist (Nov 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Managing the news in the east and west. In These Times (02 Oct 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: far Eastern reflections. New Statesman (02 Aug 1985) p. 24.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Guerilla warfare: rebirth in the '80s. Times of India (10 Jul 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: Anwar Sadat, "those I have known". New Society (05 Jul 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) The old bruiser goes the distance: Denis Healey, "Labour and a world society" [book review]. New Socialist (Jul 1985) p. 41.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Guerilla warfare is now being turned against revolutionaries. In These Times (26 Jun 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Jimmy Carter, "The blood of Abraham: insights into the Middle East" [book review]. New Society (30 May 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Gulf war persists. In These Times (10 Apr 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) A new mask for the Ayatollah. New Statesman (05 Apr 1985) p. 17.

Halliday, Fred (1985) Book review: another surprise. Guardian (04 Apr 1985) p. 24.

Halliday, Fred (1985) A war that drags on and on. Times of India (04 Apr 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1985) Stable state. Shaul Bakhash, "The reign of the Ayatollahs: Iran and the Islamic revolution"; Dilip Hiro, "Iran under the Ayatollahs" [book review]. New Society (07 Feb 1985)

Halliday, Fred (1984) Book review: red hope. New Statesman and Society (21 Dec 1984) pp. 49-50.

Halliday, Fred (1984) A lovely piece of real estate. Report on the Americas (Nov 1984)

Halliday, Fred (1984) Book review: attractive offer. New Statesman (21 Sep 1984) p. 36.

Halliday, Fred (1984) A chill wind in Moscow. Tribune Magazine (07 Sep 1984)

Halliday, Fred (1984) Marx was human. Peter Worsley, "The three worlds: culture and world development"; Teodor Shanin, "Late Marx and the Russian road" [book review]. New Society (26 Jul 1984)

Halliday, Fred (1984) Russians help to beat leftwing guerrillas. Guardian (03 May 1984) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1983) Iran's revolution turns sour. Marxism Today (Dec 1983)

Halliday, Fred (1983) Moscow spokesperson. New Statesman (28 Oct 1983) p. 21.

Halliday, Fred (1983) Nightmare in the sun: Fred Halliday on the torture of Lebanon. Guardian (08 Sep 1983)

Halliday, Fred (1983) Midnight's bastard. Guardian (16 Jun 1983) p. 8.

Halliday, Fred (1983) Himalayan hopes, tropical thaw. Times (07 Jun 1983)

Halliday, Fred (1983) Book review: Sabra thrust. Guardian (27 May 1983) p. 18.

Halliday, Fred (1983) Russian gamble may succeed. Times of India (20 May 1983)

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

Halliday, Fred (1982) Initiative now with the USSR. Labour Weekly (03 Dec 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Right turn. New Statesman (03 Dec 1982) p. 17.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Dirty hands of superpowers in the Middle East. END Bulletin (Dec 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The world and Yuri Andropov. Labour Weekly (26 Nov 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The gospel according to JC: Jimmy Carter, "Keeping faith: memoirs of a President"; Hamilton Jordan, "Crisis: the last year of the Carter Presidency" [book review]. New Society (25 Nov 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Khomeini's home front. New Statesman (19 Nov 1982) pp. 19-20.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Book review: Cold War triangle. New Society (18 Nov 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Why Moscow feels unloved. Monitor (Oct 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Soviet Union is waiting for 1984. In These Times (22 Sep 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Ghotzbadegh, victim of Iran's purge politics. Guardian (17 Sep 1982) p. 15.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Public backing for Soviet line on arms. Labour Weekly (03 Sep 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Soviet Union plays it cool. Labour Weekly (27 Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Soviet view of the US: Moscow prepared to wait. Times of India (26 Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) His master's voice: Imam Khomeini, "Islam and revolution: writings and declarations"; People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran, "At war with humanity: a report on the human rights record of the Khomeini regime" [book review]. New Society (12 Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Moscow's preference for reliable partners. Guardian (03 Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) For Moscow, the worry is Iran and Iraq, not Lebanon. Los Angeles Times (01 Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Arms for the Middle East: the politics of demand and supply. Monitor (Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) US-Arab collusion: interview with Fred Halliday. Flame Magazine (Aug 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Book review: travelling westwards with closed minds. Guardian (29 Jul 1982) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Moscow and the Arabs. Los Angeles Times (29 Jul 1982) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Soviet Union and the Middle East: report on a visit to Moscow. [Unknown Publication] (Jul 1982) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Khomeini wins a third victory in Iraq. In These Times (16 Jun 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Founding moment: Victor Rothwell, "Britain and the cold war 1941-1947" [book review]. New Statesman and Society (04 Jun 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Iran's greatest triumph. Labour Weekly (04 Jun 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The war for Islamic leadership. New Statesman (04 Jun 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Book review: a symbolic affair. New Society (20 May 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Secret policeman to undermine Nicaragua. New Statesman (14 May 1982) p. 16.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Reagan's real Caribbean policy. New Statesman (06 May 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Persia deserves better: Nikki Keddie, "Roots of revolution: an interpretive history of modern Iran"; Kate Millett, "Going to Iran" [book review]. Nation (17 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Bad news for Reagan. Labour Weekly (16 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Along the 'arc of instability'. Nation (10 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Toppling satanic banners. New Statesman (09 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) US supporting weak regimes. [Unknown Publication] (03 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Soliphism in the grand manner. Henry Kissinger, "Years of upheaval" [book review]. New Society (01 Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Can Aden come in from the cold? Monitor (Apr 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) US turns to Nicaragua. Labour Weekly (26 Mar 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Political shifts in S.W. Asia: USSR in stronger position. Times of India (23 Mar 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Despite gaffes US has a foreign policy. Times of India (09 Mar 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The casual cold warriors. Labour Weekly (05 Mar 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) The Bahai of Iran. [Unknown Publication] (01 Mar 1982) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine (1982) Letter. Guardian (26 Feb 1982) p. 9.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Afrocommunism: themes and variations. David and Marina Ottaway, "Afrocommunism"; Robert Donaldson, "The Soviet Union in the third world: successes and failures"; Amnon Sella, "Soviet political and military conduct in the Middle East" [book review]. South (Feb 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1982) Toll of Islam. Guardian (18 Jan 1982) p. 11.

Halliday, Fred (1982) Man of the right. David Hirst & Irene Beeson, "Sadat" [book review]. New Society (07 Jan 1982)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Third world the target. Labour Weekly (27 Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Book review: family business. Guardian (26 Nov 1981) p. 20.

Halliday, Fred (1981) Iraq feeling strain of war with Iran. Times of India (26 Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Reagan goes for third world confrontation. [Unknown Publication] (20 Nov 1981) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Soviet failures in west Asia. Times of India (17 Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Book review: an Islamic vision. Guardian (12 Nov 1981) p. 10.

Halliday, Fred (1981) Confrontation. Labour Weekly (06 Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) What do the Russians really want? In These Times (04 Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Book review: approaching Afghanistan: Gerard Chaliand, "rapport sur la resistance"; Kuldip Nayar, "report on Afghanistan"; "the truth about Afghanistan"; Nancy Peabody Newell and Richard Newell, "the struggle for Afghanistan"; John C. Griffiths, "Afghanistan: key to a continent"; K.P. Misra, "Afghanistan in crisis"; Selig Harrison, "in Afghanistan's shadow: Baluch nationalism and Soviet temptations"; Robert Wirsing, "the Baluchis and Pathans". South (Nov 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) The misanthrope: V.S. Naipaul, "Among the believers: an Islamic journey" [book review]. Nation (24 Oct 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) An embodiment of fundamentalism. Times of India (20 Oct 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Now only clerics need apply. In These Times (14 Oct 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Policy change by Khomeini. Labour Weekly (09 Oct 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Inside the Iranian opposition. Nation (26 Sep 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) New wave of exiles plot Khomeini's downfall. Guardian (26 Sep 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Reign of terror in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (21 Sep 1981) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1981) The UN and Afghanistan. The New York Times (14 Sep 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Khomeini's exiled foe. New Statesman (04 Sep 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Book review: between the lines. [Unknown Publication] (Sep 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Moscow makes up to Baghdad. Nation (08 Aug 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Does Islam have a social impact? Ernest Gellner, "Muslim society"; Mohammed Ayoob, "The politics of Islamic reassertion" [book review]. Guardian (16 Jul 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Iran: the Mullahs have the reins of power. In These Times (15 Jul 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Divisions in the clergy open the way for new dictators. New Statesman (03 Jul 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Of courtiers and kings: Karl Kaiser, Winston Lord, Thierry de Montbrial, David Watt, "Western security: What has changed? What should be done?" [book review]. South (Jul 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Sweden's success loses its shine. Times of India (17 Jun 1981)

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

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

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

Halliday, Fred (1981) The Middle East: hedge and carry a big stick. In These Times (20 May 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) US goals in west Asia: Soviet influence at its weakest. Times of India (16 May 1981)

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

Halliday, Fred (1981) US intrigue in the Gulf. New Statesman (01 May 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Enigmatic crisis in Canada. Times of India (20 Apr 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Canada in crisis. Labour Weekly: the Newspaper of the Labour Party (17 Apr 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) The Reagan administration and the Middle East: the first hundred days. [Unknown Publication] (Apr 1981) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Iran's ethnic minorities: leaders no foreign agents. Times of India (16 Mar 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Confidence in Kabul. Monitor (Feb 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Iran's negative balance sheet. [Unknown Publication] (31 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Gains for Mullahs in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (30 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Can Iran's revolution survive the release of the American hostages? Los Angeles Times (25 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Why Iran released the U.S. hostages. Labour Weekly (23 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) A violent but stable culture. In These Times (21 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Afghanistan now. Nation (17 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Possible impact of Iraq-Iran war. [Unknown Publication] (15 Jan 1981)

Halliday, Fred (1981) Shahrough Akhavi, "Religion and politics in contemporary Iran" [book review]. Near East Business (Jan 1981) pp. 21-23.

Halliday, Fred (1981) Revolution of revenge. Irish Times (1981)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Problems of re-supply set limits on Mideast conflict. In These Times (24 Dec 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Xmas - 'a crescendo of bad faith and deceit'. Socialist Challenge (17 Dec 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) It seems Karmal is here to stay. In These Times (10 Dec 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The limits of Russian imperialism. New Statesman (05 Dec 1980) pp. 10-12.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Our new ally: appointment in Somalia. Nation (15 Nov 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Russia seeks a new image in occupied Afghanistan. Guardian (12 Nov 1980) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Revolution falters as Kabul consolidates. Guardian (05 Nov 1980) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Russians regard Afghan revolution irreversible. Times of India (05 Nov 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) No Soviet offensive but rebel activity declines. Times of India (04 Nov 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Soviet Union, the west, and war: interview with Fred Halliday. Socialist Challenge (23 Oct 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Greek left marches to new, different tunes. In These Times (22 Oct 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) 'Constitutional coup' may stop left gaining power in Greece. New Statesman (17 Oct 1980) p. 6.

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Gulf flare-up. Labour Weekly (03 Oct 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) A threat to Khomeini's regime. New Statesman (26 Sep 1980) p. 6.

Halliday, Fred (1980) If you want a good steak, the only place to go is Kabul. [Unknown Publication] (21 Sep 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Consumer demand. Nation (20 Sep 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Baath connection: playing the Iraq card. Nation (19 Jul 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The U.S. and the 'Iraqi card': story of co-operation and conflicts. [Unknown Publication] (19 Jul 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Exiles scheme against Iran. In These Times (16 Jul 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Book review: an American in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (Jun 1980) pp. 77-78.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Valerie Yorke, "The Gulf in the 1980s" [book review]. Near East Business (Jun 1980) pp. 58-59.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Rightwing clerics escalate attacks on the Iranian left. In These Times (21 May 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The road to Prince's Gate. New Statesman (09 May 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) New pressures on Iraqi government. In These Times (23 Apr 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Reply to Parvin Ghorayshi. [Draft Text] (18 Apr 1980) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) North Yemen puts its house in order. The Middle East (Apr 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The collapse of Carter's domestic foreign policy. Nation (29 Mar 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Carter's new playmates in Gulf. Kabul Times (28 Mar 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Bungle in Yemen. Nation (15 Mar 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Carter doctrine fiasco. Nation (12 Mar 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Book review: the Arab context. Guardian (06 Mar 1980) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred and Kaplan, Carl (1980) The Savak - C.I.A. connection. Nation (01 Mar 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Carter's secret fear. New Statesman (29 Feb 1980) p. 314.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Carter's new playmates in the Persian Gulf. Nation (23 Feb 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iran and the United States: after the hostages, what? Los Angeles Times (17 Feb 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Oslo notebook. New Statesman (15 Feb 1980) p. 241.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iran chooses. Nation (09 Feb 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Soviet policy in the Horn of Africa. Middle East International (01 Feb 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Wrong moves on Afghanistan. Nation (26 Jan 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Afghanistan: Russia takes on trouble. In These Times (16 Jan 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Afghanistan's paying guests. Labour Weekly (11 Jan 1980)

Halliday, Fred (1980) From paper reforms to Russian invasion. Guardian (10 Jan 1980) p. 6.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Severe problems for the new rulers. New Statesman (04 Jan 1980) p. 4.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iraq: threat of a coup? [Unknown Publication] (1980) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Revolt of the largest minority. New Statesman (14 Dec 1979) p. 929.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Note on Iran. New Statesman (11 Dec 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Britain and the PLO. Middle East International (07 Dec 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Why is this man doing these awful things? Khomaini is driven by dogmatism and political necessity. Los Angeles Times (25 Nov 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Afghanistan: a revolution consumes itself. Nation (17 Nov 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Note on South Yemen. MERIP Reports (09 Oct 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Report on South Yemen. Middle East International (05 Oct 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Khomeini under pressure. Middle East International (31 Aug 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Kurds can keep Islamic Guards at bay. The Observer (26 Aug 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The Kurds of Iran. The Observer (24 Aug 1979) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The revolution turns to repression. New Statesman (24 Aug 1979) pp. 262-264.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Right-wingers on the rampage. New Statesman (17 Aug 1979) p. 224.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Eleventh hour for the Yemeni union. Middle East International (03 Aug 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) New demands and old rivalries in Kuwait. Guardian (26 Jul 1979) p. 7.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Discussion on conflict between socialist countries. Marxism Today (19 Jun 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Book review: shadows of the holy land - Fred Halliday reviews more chapters in a long saga. Guardian (14 Jun 1979) p. 9.

Halliday, Fred (1979) The strains of the clerical republic. New Statesman (01 Jun 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Tough choices for Afghanistan's regime and its opponents. New York Times (18 May 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Iran: model for Mideast revolutions? Middle East International (13 Apr 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Editorial: Britain and Iran. Voice of the Unions (Mar 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The left in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (19 Feb 1979) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Book review: Middle East approaches. Guardian (15 Feb 1979) p. 14.

Halliday, Fred (1979) Can the army be controlled? New Statesman (02 Feb 1979) pp. 140-141.

Halliday, Fred (1979) The bitter Pahlavi legacy. Middle East International (02 Feb 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) How Hitler's friendship nearly put an end. [Unknown Publication] (17 Jan 1979)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The coalition against the Shah. New Statesman (05 Jan 1979) pp. 4-6.

Halliday, Fred (1978) There is the Tudeh party who is posing as the break-away group of the People's Fedaii Guerillas. 19th of Bahman (Aug 1978)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Mexico's oil boom: a threat to OPEC? [Unknown Publication] (31 Jul 1978) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1978) The fight for Yemen. Guardian (02 Jul 1978)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Turmoil in the Yemens: the new destabilisation. [Unknown Publication] (30 Jun 1978) (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Stephen Harper, "Last sunset: what happened in Aden" [book review]. Communist Party Fortnightly (15 Apr 1978)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Jobless: let down by oil boom. The Middle East (Apr 1978)

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

Halliday, Fred (1978) Somalis accuse U.S. on aid. Evening Standard (13 Feb 1978)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Ethiopia is threatened more by internal strife than external enemies: why the Derg still needs a military solution. Times (16 Jan 1978)

Halliday, Fred (1977) Iran: why the Shah is the main obstacle to democracy. Times (14 Jul 1977)

Halliday, Fred (1977) Zionism, racism, and free speech. Socialist Challenge (14 Jul 1977)

Halliday, Fred (1977) Book review: absolute monarch. Guardian (02 Jun 1977) p. 14.

Halliday, Fred (1976) Lifetimes. Iverach McDonald, "A man of the times" [book review]. Irish Press (08 May 1976)

Halliday, Fred (1976) Djibouti, Africa's new trouble spot that could bring in the US and Russia. [Unknown Publication] (20 Jan 1976)

Halliday, Fred (1975) Bankrupt Britain bankrolling Oman war against insurgents. The Kansas City Times (27 Nov 1975)

Halliday, Fred (1975) On the brink. Mohamad Heikal, "The road to ramadan"; Noam Chomsky, "Peace in the Middle East" [book review]. Irish Press (12 Jul 1975)

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

Halliday, Fred (1974) Saudi Arabia: the wild card. Ramparts (Jan 1974)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Let us assist our valiant brothers and sisters in the Shah's prisons. 19th of Bahman (Nov 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Middle East conflict may speed Yemeni peace. [Unknown Publication] (31 Oct 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Argentine unionists give views. Guardian (10 Oct 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Struggle, oppression and resistance in the Shah's prisons. 19th of Bahman (Oct 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Drawn-out war on Oman border. Times (14 Jun 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) The militarist policy of the Shah's regime. 19th of Bahman (May 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1973) Jean Claude's new black magic. Ramparts (Jan 1973)

Halliday, Fred (1972) Protestant voices, protestant fears. Seven Days (15 Mar 1972)

Halliday, Fred (1972) Enniskillen: voice in the clouds. Seven Days (16 Feb 1972)

Halliday, Fred (1972) A historic moment. 19th of Bahman (Feb 1972)

Halliday, Fred (1972) A short account of revolutionary groups and armed struggle during recent years in Iran. 19th of Bahman (Feb 1972)

Halliday, Fred (1971) The once and future Shah. Ramparts (Nov 1971)

Halliday, Fred (1971) Egypt moves west. Ramparts (Aug 1971)

Halliday, Fred (1970) Britain and the hidden war. The Sunday Times (22 Mar 1970)

Halliday, Fred (1969) The Palestinian struggle. New Left Review (Aug 1969)

Halliday, Fred (1969) Dialectics of Christmas. Black Dwarf (1969)

Halliday, Fred (1968) Why revolutionary firebrands failed to spark the workers. Times (28 Oct 1968)

Halliday, Fred (1965) Vietnam. Oxford Left (1965)

Halliday, Fred Achievements of Fes? New Statesman

Halliday, Fred Addressing the 'double challenge': IR theory and the Middle East. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Afghan choices. New York Times (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Afghan economy: no Chile here. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Afghanistan one year later. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred American images and the European left. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Amnesty International report on Iran 1987. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Andropov's Middle Eastern agenda. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Arabia: the west's hidden agenda. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Assessing the Gulf crisis: post-modernism and its muddles. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Bad news for Reagan: dominoes of the eighties. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Balance sheet after Reagan. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Beijing diary. London Review of Books

Halliday, Fred Book Review: Smell of oil: J.B. Kelly, "Arabia, the Gulf and the west". [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Book review: Baghdad terrors. City Limits

Halliday, Fred 'Breaking out' in the Gulf War. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Canada's enigmatic crisis. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred China and the Middle East: the record of xx78. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Chinese foreeign policy - a preliminary position. Seven Days

Halliday, Fred Cold War, the peace movements and the third world. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Consolidation in Iran? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Cosmopolitanism. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Cuba and the United States: notes on current policy. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred and Molyneux, Maxine Cuba is not alone. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred E.V. Rostow, "Toward managed peace: the national security interests of the United States, 1759 to the present" [book review]. The Washington Post

Halliday, Fred Enigmas of the Iranian revolution. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Feminism and the Middle East. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Gerard Chaliand, "The Kurdish tragedy" [book review]. Bbc Arabic Service

Halliday, Fred Held over in Iran: bombs and bombast, with turmoil in the wings. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Herat - the tide turns. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Herat learns to live with Moscow. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred In praise of Max Beloff: Saint Max II. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred The Indian enigma. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Information and Cold War. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred International relations theory and the Middle East: a schematic overview. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Interview with Shokrallah Paknejad. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Introduction to 'A dream of oceans'. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran after Khomeini: the new dilemmas. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran and the Gulf: a threat to the Arabs? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran behind the Islamic curtain. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran set to enjoy fortune reversal. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Iran's "third revolution". [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran's opposition in exile. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran's oppositions: the "people of the ditch". [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran-Iraq war: what kind of solution? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran: the Shah's two crises. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran: victory over Iraq, defeat at home? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Iranian arms boom. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iranian foreign policy. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred An Iranian victory: strategic consequences. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iranian writer shot. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iraq: the strain begins to show. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Iraqi-Iranian war. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Irish problems in an international perspective. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred John Le Carre, "Our game" [book review]. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred June 1968. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Khomeini's other wars. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Khomeini's third triumph. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Kurdish cascade. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Lebanon and END: it is they who make the link. END Bulletin

Halliday, Fred Letter from Ajaccio. New Statesman and Society

Halliday, Fred Letter from Armenia. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Letter from Helsinki. New Statesman and Society

Halliday, Fred Letter from Moscow. New Statesman and Society

Halliday, Fred Libya. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Local wars, regional conflicts. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Lunch with Mohammad. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Mai Ghoussoub and Parvin Paidar: feminism and the Middle East. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Maltese conundrum: prospects for the Bush-Gorbachev summit. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Malvinas and Afghanistan: unburied ghosts. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Middle East and its conflicts: the view from Washington. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Middle East since 2001: terrorism, war, and the responsibilities of Europe. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Middle East: the agenda of peace. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Moscow and the Middle East: prospects for improvement. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Moscow diary. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Moscow looks south. New Society

Halliday, Fred Mr Gorbachev's gambles. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Mr Howard's Australia. Opendemocracy

Halliday, Fred Negotiation and Cold War: preludes to the Geneva Summit. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred New power struggles in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred North and South Yemen: obstacles to unity. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Norway's NATO troubles. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Now, please give a warm welcome to Fred Halliday, who presents a conference insider's list of do's and don'ts for visiting lecturers and their hosts. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Origins of communism in Palestine: Mario Offenberg, "Communismus in Palestina: nation und klasse in der anti-colonialen revolution" [book review]. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Parting on the Red Sea. Seven Days

Halliday, Fred Perestroika in Saudi Arabia? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Playing with fire in the Middle East. Itt

Halliday, Fred Plots in Middle East politics: when the conspiracy is true. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Power struggles in Iran: fundamentalists in the ascendent. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred 'Proletarian internationalism' meets its nemesis. Fortnight

Halliday, Fred Pursuing Trotsky. Joel Carmichael, "Trotsky: an appreciation of his life" [book review]. Irish Press

Halliday, Fred The Reagan administration and the Middle East: after one year. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Reagan and Iran: three dimensions of crisis. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Refinery takeover reinforces South Yemen's Arab ties. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Reflections on the counter-revolution in Iran. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Reply to Aidan Foster-Carter. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Report from Afghanistan. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Report from the Horn of Africa: the myth of the superpowers. Tni Communications

Halliday, Fred Revolutionary Iran: a threat to its neighbours? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Russia's troubled summer. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Sense and nonsense in opposing anti-Arab prejudice: the case of the BBC and the Kilroy-Silk dispute. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The South Arabian revolutions in historical perspective. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Soviet Union and Iran. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Soviet Union and the Middle East: success for new thinking? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Soviet foreign policy. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Soviet shift in the Gulf. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Soviets and the Middle East: anxiety on the southern horizon. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred State of the world. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Stolen wealth funds. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Third world the target. Labour Weekly World Report

Halliday, Fred Tibet, Palestine and 'post-colonial sequestration syndrome'. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Time running out for Ayatollah? [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Tools of terror: Lawrence Freedman et al, "Terrorism and international order" [book review]. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred Towards 2000. The Jewish Quarterly

Halliday, Fred Troubled spring in Sweden. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Turkey's policy in the Gulf: old hopes, new problems. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Turkish-Soviet relations: an overview. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Turning-point in Afghanistan? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Two days with Hizbullah. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The US and the Gulf: the 'lessons' of Vietnam. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred US policy in Central America: the rebirth of covert action. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred US policy in the Middle East: the Emperor's new clothes? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred US policy in the third world. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The USSR and the Gulf War: Moscow's growing concern. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The USSR and the third world: the outlook after Geneva. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Vigilance and solidarity: lessons from anti-Arab prejudice in Britain. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred War and peace in the contemporary world. Fondacion Caixa Report

Halliday, Fred Washington and the 'Iraqi card'. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Washington diary: time for change. New Statesman and Society

Halliday, Fred Washington's twin syndromes: Vietnam and Iraq. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred What is OPEC? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Whatever happened to the Portuguese revolution? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Where is the second Cold War going? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Who are Iran's Mojahidin? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Why Iraq attacked Iran. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Wishful thinking about Afghanistan. New York Times

Halliday, Fred The Yemenis: Britain's first Muslims. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The anti-imperialism of fools. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The bad examples of Europe. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The casual warmongers. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The crisis in Yemen. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The dilemma of Iran's victory. Times of India

Halliday, Fred The first hundred days in the Middle East. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The forward march of women halted? [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The ideologies of Sardinia. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The lessons of Somalia. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The long haul in Khuzestan. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The many wars of Ayatollah Khomeini. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The mullahs close in. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred The new world disorder and the study of international relations. LSE Centenary Review

Halliday, Fred The 'non-privileged' Greeks. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The options in Afghanistan. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The problems of the contemporary world: failed hegemons and counter-revolutionary insurrection. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred A reply to J.M. Hinton. Approach Magazine

Halliday, Fred The silence of the international. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The truth about the Middle East. [Unknown Publication]

Halliday, Fred The war against terrorism and the crisis of American power: the lessons of 2005. [Unknown Publication] (Unpublished)

Audio

Kuper, Adam, Halliday, Fred and Klausen, Jytte (2005) A question of culture? Europe and Islam. British Academy Panel Discussion, in partnership with Queen's University, Belfast, 7th March 2005.

Halliday, Fred Book talk: Beverly Male, "Revolutionary Afghanistan"; K.P. Misra, "Afghanistan in crisis" [book review]. BBC Arabic service.

Other

Halliday, Fred (2007) Havana 2000. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (2001) The choices facing Iran. BBC. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1999) After scandal: the future of American power. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1996) Iran: partner or pariah? The international setting. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1995) From Potsdam to Perestroika: conversations with cold warriors. BBC Radio 4.

Halliday, Fred (1993) Past imperfect, present historic, future anterior: Sunil Khilnani, "Arguing the revolution: the intellectual left in postwar France" [book review]. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1987) Social imperialism. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1983) Third tragedy of Iranian communism. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The trials of Mr Bani-Sadr. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) America's new strategy in the Gulf. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) Soviet policy in Ethiopia. New African development.

Halliday, Fred (1980) Iran's new president: devout radical. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1980) The Middle Eastern economies in the 1980s. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The opposition inside Saudi Arabia. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Iran: behind the embassy seige. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Civil war in Afghanistan. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Iran: Khomeini cracks the whip. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Surprising progress in Yemeni unity talks. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Kuwaiti ruler under pressure to restore political freedoms. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) Iran: Mr Khomeini's first hundred days. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1979) The impact of Iran's revolution. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1978) Socio-economic development in Iran: problems and perspectives. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1977) South Yemen: development in the eye of the storm. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred (1973) No ball with Chile. The Partisan Committee.

Halliday, Fred (1969) Friends of the Arabs. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Analysing the Middle East. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Anti-zionism and anti-racism. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Brief comment on Perry's Gramsci article. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Britain's Yemeni workers. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Casablanca diary. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Conservative government in Britain and the Gulf. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Constituents of western and Islamic values: the case of international relations. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Democratic Yemen: into the second decade. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Development and contradiction in modern Egypt: 1798-1952. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Gulf War and its consequences. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Gulf and its oil. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Intermittent reflections on the land of the two rivers: from Nebukhadnazzar to Saddam Hussein [memoirs]. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Introduction to 'Central Asia after the empire'. [unknown publisher].

Halliday, Fred Introduction to Raja Anwar: Afghanistan. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Introduction to the Arabic edition of 'American-Soviet relations 1989-1991: the Middle East and the third world'. [unknown publisher].

Halliday, Fred Introduction to the Brazilian edition of 'Rethinking international relations'. [draft text].

Halliday, Fred Introduction to the Japanese edition of 'The making of the second Cold War'. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran on the brink. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran under Khatami. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Iran: a new grand strategy emerges. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Iranian economy: crisis ahead. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Ireland: in search of a third tradition. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Jerusalem diary. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Kabul coup. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Khomeini's reasons. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Lecture four: Human rights and the Middle East. [unpublished]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Letter from Baku: Soviet Azerbaijan in the 1980s. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Middle East and the end of the cold war. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The Middle East, the great powers and the cold war. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Morality in international affairs: a case for robust universalism. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Ongaro. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Preludes to the third world war: Afghanistan, 1978-2004. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Problems of employment in the Middle East. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Reply to Charles Coe. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Report from Iran. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Revolution in Iran: was it possible in 1921? [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Revolutionary realism: the road to socialism in Palestine. [unpublished]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Saudi Arabia: Middle East super-power? [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Saudi scandals. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The South Yemeni economy: accelerating growth. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred US imperialism and the fourth Arab-Israeli war. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The USA and Europe. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred Western Europe and the Middle East: the myth of the Islamic challenge. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred What has happened to the Kurds? [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred and Postel, Danny Who is responsible? An interview with Fred Halliday. [unknown publisher].

Halliday, Fred Will there be war in the Horn of Africa? [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The balance sheet of 1993: the new world and its discontents. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The emergence of a new class in Egypt 1952-70. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The literatures of Cold War. [unknown publisher]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The myth of media conspiracy: the Gulf War 1990-1991. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The new Afghan war. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The place of Islam in the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The wars of Afghanistan. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

Halliday, Fred The world in 1998. [draft text]. (Unpublished)

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