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TitleHalliday; Simon Frederick Peter (1946-2010); international relations academic
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Admin Biographical HistoryBorn 22 February 1946 in Dublin, Ireland. Educated at Ampleforth College and later Queen's College, University of Oxford. Postgraduate study at the School of Oriental and African Studies and the London School of Economics. Fellow of the Transnational Institute (1973-1985); Chair in International Relations at the London School of Economics (1983-2008); Professor of International Relations at Barcelona Institute of International Studies (2008-2010). Died 26 April 2010 in Barcelona, Spain.

Publications; Arabia without Sultans, Penguin 1974, Iran: Dictatorship and Development, Penguin 1978, Mercenaries in the Persian Gulf, Russell Press, 1979, Soviet Policy in the Arc of Crisis, Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, 1981, The Ethiopian Revolution, with Maxine Molyneux, Verso, London 1982, The Making of the Second Cold War, Verso, London 1983, State and Ideology in the Middle East and Pakistan, edited by Fred Halliday and Hamza Alavi, Macmillan, 1988, Cold War, Third World, Radius/Hutchinson, 1989, Revolution and Foreign Policy: the Case of South Yemen, 1967 1987, Cambridge University Press, 1990, Arabs in Exile, The Yemeni Community in Britain, I.B. Tauris, 1992, Rethinking International Relations, Macmillan, 1994, From Potsdam to Perestroika, Conversations with Cold Warriors, BBC News and Current Affairs Publications, 1995, Islam and the Myth of Confrontation, I.B. Tauris, 1996, Revolution and World Politics: The Rise and Fall of the Sixth Great Power, Macmillan,1999, Nation and Religion in the Middle East, London: Saqi Books, 2000, The World at 2000: Perils and Promises, Palgrave, 2001, Two Hours That Shook the World. 11 September 2001, Causes and Consequences, London: Saqi, 2001, The Middle East in International Relations. Power, Politics and Ideology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, 100 Myths About the Middle East. London: Saqi Books, 2005, Political Journeys: The openDemocracy Essays London: Saqi Books. 2011, Shocked and Awed: How the War on Terror and Jihad have Changed the English Language., London: I.B.Tauris, 2011.
DescriptionPapers of (Simon) Frederick Peter Halliday, including personal effects, correspondence, memoirs, draft texts, travel-notes and work documents. Contains material from Halliday's time as a student at Ampleforth College and later Queen's College, Oxford; material relating to his early research and activism in the Arabian Peninsula, and his activities for the Transnational Institute and other progressive groups in the 1970s, consisting primarily of press cuttings, short articles and memoranda; and papers from Halliday’s teaching and research at LSE and in Barcelona, including lecture transcripts, conference papers, project proposals, academic correspondence and photographs from seminars and conferences.
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