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Population and Environment Population Case Study: Iran’s Religious Regime Case Study: Classical Liberalism in the United States Contents note continued: Tibet and China pt. Nation versus World 4.

Can Am Relations 5. The Birth of an International Ot pt. Bucks and Bullets Contents note continued: Armed Conflict, Part 1: Regulating the Outbreak of War Case Study: A Tale of Two Recent Wars: Afghanistan and Iraq 8. Armed Conflict, Part 2: Child Soldiers Jus Post Bellum: Two Examples of the Retribution Model Contents note continued: Reconstructing Germany and Japan Case Study: Reconstruction Models Applied to Afghanistan and Iraq pt.

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