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  1. Military Conflicts and Wars

  2. Evolution Curriculum Conflicts by State (NPR.org)
      "Policymakers in at least 16 states are currently examining the controversy." 8-05

  3. Report: Conflicts Over Water and Food Could Intensify (Christian Science Monitor)
      "For years, the debate over global warming has focused on the three big 'E's': environment, energy, and economic impact. This week it officially entered the realm of national security threats and avoiding wars as well."

      "As quoted in the Associated Press, British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett, who presided over the UN meeting in New York April 17, posed the question 'What makes wars start' The answer:"

      " 'Fights over water. Changing patterns of rainfall. Fights over food production, land use. There are few greater potential threats to our economies ... but also to peace and security itself.' " 04-07

  4. Vietnam - War in Vietnam (Asia Society)
      Provides a history of the war between the U.S. and Vietnam.

  5. Vietnam - Teaching About the War in Vietnam (Wittman)
      Provides a bibliography (without links) to help teach about the war between the U.S. and Vietnam.

  6. Carter Center Efforts by Country star
      Describes health, economic, political, and mediation efforts of the Carter Center in each country where civil war, ethnic conflicts, or economic deprivations are rampant.

  7. Vietnam - 25 Years After the War in Vietnam (Asia Society)
      Provides news stories and essays about the war between the United States and Vietnam. 4-01

  8. National Missile Defense (PBS NewsHour)
      Provides different perspectives on the USA missile defense strategies, including the ABM Treaty. 7-01

  9. Editorial - Countering Terrorism from the Middle East (Awesome Library - Adams)
      Argues that two problems must be addressed in order for the USA to reduce the long term problem of terrorism from the Middle East. The primary two enablers for terrorism are nations harboring terrorists and nations fostering anti-American attitudes. In addition, two more problems, if handled well, could actually lead to a new era of cooperation and long term peace. The two problems are US foreign policies that hurt Muslim nations and conflicts between Fundamentalist Muslim values and Western values. Provides recommendations for each problem. 10-01

  10. Peace Brigades International
      "Peace Brigades International (PBI) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) which protects human rights and promotes nonviolent transformation of conflicts." 2-02

  11. History of the Middle East Regarding Israel (Guardian Unlimited - Brown)
      Provides a timeline, starting in 1881, describing the events leading up to the formation of Israel. Also describes the conflicts between Israelis and other Middle East countries. 4-02

  12. Military History

  13. Lin, Maya Ying (Gale Group)
      Provides a biography of the artist who created the controversial Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The article includes a picture of her. 6-00

  14. Vietnam

  15. Civil War in the USA

  16. Revolutionary War in Colonial America

  17. World War I

  18. World War II

  19. Terrorism

  20. National Missile Defense - Global Nuclear Arsenel (BBC News)
      Describes how many nuclear warheads each country has and the distance it can deliver them. 7-01

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