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

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

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) Change in a green desert. New Statesman and Society (19 Apr 1991). Website.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Democracy and its prospects: some initial questions. In: Liberal democracy and free market capitalism, 1991-09-20. (Submitted)

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

Halliday, Fred (1991) The Gulf War and its aftermath: first reflections. International Affairs, 67 (2). pp. 223-234. ISSN 0020-5850

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) 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) 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) Look back in danger. New Statesman and Society (1991). Website.

Halliday, Fred (1991) Moscow packs up and goes home. New Statesman and Society (27 Sep 1991). Website.

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) Spanish customs. New Statesman and Society (15 Feb 1991). Website.

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

Halliday, Fred (1991) Timid titan. New Statesman and Society (19 Jul 1991). Website.

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

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

Halliday, Fred (1991) West is west but east is east. New Statesman and Society (29 Nov 1991). Website.

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 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 (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 left and war. New Statesman and Society (08 Mar 1991). Website.

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

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 (1991) The war and its aftermath: three myths on Europe and the Middle East. In: After the Gulf War: Europe and the Middle East, 1991-02-01.

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Taylor, Paul (1991) British sovereignty and the European Community: what is at risk? Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 20 (1). pp. 73-80. ISSN 0305-8298

Taylor, Paul (1991) The European Community and the state: assumptions, theories and propositions. Review of International Studies, 17 (02). p. 109. ISSN 0260-2105

Taylor, Paul (1991) The United Nations system under stress: financial pressures and their consequences. Review of International Studies, 17 (04). p. 365. ISSN 0260-2105

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Walter, Andrew (1991) World power and world money: the role of hegemony and international monetary order. Harvester Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead, UK. ISBN 9780745009896

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