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Journals on War & Peace - Autumn 2000


A I. The National and International Arms Industries
A II. Theater Missile Defense: Needed or Not
A III. CHINA in Transitition, U.S. in Reaction
A IV. Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Weapons
A V. Religion, Wars and Peace
A VI. Eastern Europe in Conflict and Recovery
A VII. The Emergence of Europe and Russia in World Politics
A VIII. Moves Toward Peace in the Holy Land
A IX. Latin America in Search of Democracy
A X. Tensions in the Global Economy
A XI. Global Peacekeeping, a U.S. Responsibility?
A XII. The Everchanging World



 
A I. The National and International Arms Idustires

A II. Theater Missile Defense: Needed or Not


A III. CHINA in Transitition, U.S. in Reaction


A IV. Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Weapons


A V. Religion, Wars and Peace


A VI. Eastern Europe in Conflict and Recovery


A VII. The Emergence of Europe and Russia in World Politics


A VIII. Moves Toward Peace in the Holy Land


A IX. Latin America in Search of Democracy


A X. Tensions in the Global Economy


A XI. Global Peacekeeping, a U.S. Responibility?


A XII. The Everchanging World


 
 
 
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