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J. J. Byrne, Algiers Between Bandung and Belgrade: Guerrilla Diplomacy and the Evolution of the Third World Movement, 1954-1962, in The Middle East and the Cold War: Between Security and Development, M. Trentin and Gerlini, M. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
J. J. Byrne, The Cold War in Africa, in The Cold War in the Third World, R. McMahon ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
J. J. Byrne, L’action internationale du FLN" and "La guerre d’Algérie, facteur de changement du système international, in Histoire de l’Algérie coloniale, 1830-1962, A. Bouchene, Peyroulou, J. - P., Thénault, S., and Tengour, O. Paris & Algiers: La Décourverte/Editions Barzakh, 2012.
J. Byrne, Mecca of Revolution: Algeria, Decolonization, and the Third World Order. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
J. J. Byrne, Our Own Special Brand of Socialism: Algeria and the Contest of Modernities in the 1960s, Diplomatic History, vol. 33, no. 3, 2009.
J. J. Byrne, The Middle Eastern Cold War: Unique Dynamics in a Questionable Regional Framework, International Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 43, no. 2, 2011.
J. J. Byrne, Le FLN et le GPRA face à De Gaulle (1961-1965): La négociation indéfinie, in De Gaulle et la Guerre d’Algérie, M. Vaïsse Paris: Armand Colon, 2012.
A. Busza and Czaykowski, B., Boleslaw Lesmian, Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 215: Twentieth-Century Eastern European Writers, First Series. 1999.
A. Busza and Czaykowski, B., Miron Bialoszewski, Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 232: Twentieth-Century Eastern European Writers, Third Series. 2001.
R. C. Brown and Prang, M. E., Confederation to 1949, vol. 3; 3. Scarborough, Ont: Prentice-Hall of Canada, 1966.
R. Menkis, A Threefold Transformation: Jewish Studies, Canadian Universities and the Canadian Jewish Community, in A Guide to the Study of Jewish Civilization in Canadian Universities, M. Brown Jerusalem and Toronto: International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization and the Centre for Jewish Studies at York University, 1998, pp. 43-69.
M. Brown, Menkis, R., Schlesinger, B., and Schonfeld, S., Jews and Judaism in Canada: A Bibliography of Published Works since 1965, Special Issue of Canadian Jewish Studies, Canadian Jewish Studies, vol. 7-8. Association for Canadian Jewish Studies, Montreal, 2000.
T. Brook, Min, T. -gi, and Kuhn, P. A., National polity and local power: the transformation of late imperial China, vol. 27. Cambridge, Mass: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1989.
T. Brook, Funerary Ritual and The Building of Lineages in Late Imperial China, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, vol. 49, pp. 465-499, 1989.
T. Brook, Ocko, J. K., Tu-Ki, M., and Kuhn, P. A., National Polity and Local Power: The Transformation of Late Imperial China, The American Historical Review, vol. 96, p. 1259, 1991.
T. Brook, China’s long march toward democracy, The Globe and Mail. p. A.17, 1992.
T. Brook, Quelling the people: the military suppression of the Beijing democracy movement. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
T. Brook, Trapped on the wrong side of the Great Wall: SA2 Edition, Toronto Star. p. F.13, 1992.
T. Brook, China drained by exodus of the ambitious Pride in ancient civilization trampled by tanks in 1989: AM Edition, Toronto Star. p. A.21, 1992.
T. Brook, The Asiatic mode of production in China. Armonk, N.Y: M.E. Sharpe, 1989.
T. Brook, Praying for power: Buddhism and the formation of gentry society in late-Ming China, vol. 38. Cambridge, Mass: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1993.
T. Brook, Special Issue on Contemporary China : Weber, Mencius, and the History of Chinese Capitalism, ASIAN PERSPECTIVE, vol. 19, p. 1079, 1995.
T. Brook and Struve, L., Praying for Power: Buddhism and the Formation of Gentry Society in Late- Ming China, The American Historical Review, vol. 100, p. 930, 1995.
T. Brook, Edifying Knowledge: The Building of School Libraries in Ming China, Late Imperial China, vol. 17, pp. 93-119, 1996.
T. Brook, Why China fears Deng’s death FOREIGN AFFAIRS / China’s economy may live up to World Bank predictions of stunning growth, but it’s political stability everyone wants. Even dissidents pray that Deng Xiaoping holds on for a few more years. THE LEGACY O, The Globe and Mail. p. C.16, 1996.

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