1. Nicolas Guilhot (2010). American Katechon:When Political Theology Became International Relations Theory. Constellations 17 (2):224-253.
  2. Nicolas Guilhot (2008). Limiting Sovereignty or Producing Governmentality? Two Human Rights Regimes in U.S. Political Discourse. Constellations 15 (4):502-516.
  3. Nicolas Guilhot (2006). A Network of Influential Friendships: The Fondation Pour Une Entraide Intellectuelle Européenne and East–West Cultural Dialogue, 1957–1991. [REVIEW] Minerva 44 (4):379-409.
    For 34 years, the Fondation pour une entraide intellectuelle européenne was involved in promoting cultural dialogue across the Iron Curtain. This article looks at its relations with the Congress for Cultural Freedom, its agenda, and its impact on intellectual debates. It also analyses the ideological evolution of this organization after the 1960s and its transformation as it merged into the Open Society Foundation created by philanthropist George Soros.
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