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

Halliday, Fred (1992) Atlantic connection. New Statesman and Society (22 May 1992). Website.

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

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

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) Election takes Yemen to the crossroads. Guardian (06 Oct 1992). Website.

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

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

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

Halliday, Fred (1992) Giant steps. New Statesman and Society (27 Mar 1992). Website.

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

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

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

Halliday, Fred (1992) Not of this world. New Statesman and Society (17 Apr 1992). Website.

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

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

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

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

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

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 (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

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Taylor, Paul and Groom, Arthur John Richard (1992) The United Nations and the Gulf War, 1990-1991 : back to the future? RIIA discussion paper (No. 38). Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, UK.

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