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Sir Oulton Wade
The Conservative Party of Great Britain"
Jeremy Waldron
Dignity, Human Rights, and Torture
J. Clifford Wallace
Judges and the Rule of Law
Luc Walleyn
Humanitarian Law
Walter Wallmann
Problems Confronting German Political Leadership
Margot Wallstrom
Communication as a Tool for European Democracy
Stephen M. Walt
Balancing American Power in the Post-9/11 World
Kenneth Waltz
Theory and International Politics
Michael Walzer
Political Theory and Social Criticism
Ernest Wamba dia Wamba
Building Democratic Institutions
David Ward
Academic Leadership
Michael Warner
Publics and Counterpublics
Paul Warnke
Prospects for Arms Control
Elizabeth Warren
Law, Politics, and the Coming Collapse of the Middle Class
Michael Watts
The Local-Global Dialectic: A Geographer's Perspective
Earl Anthony Wayne
U.S. Economic Policy after 9/11
Steven Weber
Power in the Information Age
Victor F. Weisskopf
A Scientist's Odyssey
Tim White
On the Trail of our Human Ancestors
Tom Wicker
The Presidency, the Press, and the Cold War
Leon Wieseltier
Intellectual Odyssey
Harold L. Wilensky
Comparing Rich Democracies
Lawrence Wilkerson
Vice President Cheney and America's Response to 9/11
Shirley Williams
The U.S. and the Western Alliance
Garry Wills
The Modern Presidency and the National Security State
Joseph Wilson
A Diplomat's Odyssey
Robert Wise
The Wise Touch
John Fabian Witt
Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism and the Evolution of American Law
John Witte,Jr.
Religion and Law
Martin Wolf
Causes and Consequences of the Global Economic Collapse
Howard Wolpe
The Role of Congress in Foreign Affairs
R. James Woolsey
Environmental Policy and National Security
Lawrence Wright
Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11
James Wright
American Democracy, Veterans, and Higher Education
Frederick S. Wyle
National Security and the Rule of Law