Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Sam Roggeveen


Featured Publication

  • COMMENT: Towards a Liberal Theory of International Relations 29 May 2001
    The Rationalist school, with its emphasis on the existence of an international society, is arguably the most liberal of the three main international relations theories.
    The Rationalist school, with its emphasis on the existence of an international society, is arguably the most liberal of the three main international relations theories.
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Publications

  • COMMENT: Conservatism and Classic Liberalism: A Rapproachment 29 May 1999
    Why I am Not a Liberal. This essay examines what classical liberals dislike about conservatism, asking whether or not such criticisms are justified to evaluate if a reconciliation is possible.
    Why I am Not a Liberal. This essay examines what classical liberals dislike about conservatism, asking whether or not such criticisms are justified to evaluate if a reconciliation is possible.
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  • BOOK REVIEW: Unwelcome Truths: Edmund Burke on Today's Political Conceits 29 May 1997
    Unwelcome Truths: Edmund Burke on Today's Political Conceits by Ian Crowe (Research Report 24, The Social Affairs Unit, 1997.)
    Unwelcome Truths: Edmund Burke on Today's Political Conceits by Ian Crowe (Research Report 24, The Social Affairs Unit, 1997.)
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