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Taking sides. Clashing views in world politics.

Publisher: Dubuque, IA : McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., ©2008-
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : English
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Taking sides. Clashing views in world politics
(DLC) 2010202558
(OCoLC)671657570
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 123077792
Notes: Imprint varies: 2016 (17th ed.)- by McGraw-Hill Create.
Description: volumes ; 23 cm
Contents: 13th ed, rev., 2008. Is economic globalization a positive trend? --
Does globalization threaten cultural diversity? --
Is U.S. global dominance destructive? --
Has Russia become undemocratic and antagonistic? --
Will China soon become a threatening superpower? --
Would it be an error to establish a Palestinian state? --
Should all foreign troops soon leave Iraq? --
Are strict sanctions on Cuba warranted? --
Is World Trade Organization membership beneficial? --
Should the United States take a hard-line with China about its international economic policies? --
Is immigration an economic benefit to the host country? --
Is preemptive war an unacceptable doctrine? --
Does the United States have a sound strategy for the war on terrorism? --
Is patient diplomacy the best approach to Iran's nuclear program? --
Is North Korea an aggressive rogue state? --
Does the United Nations deserve support? --
Is U.S. refusal to join the International Criminal Court wise? --
Should accused terrorists have legal rights similar to prisoners of war? --
Can destructive impacts from global warming be confidently predicted? 16th ed., 2014. Is the European Union's Eurozone in serious danger of collapsing? --
Should Russia be considered a hostile country? --
Is China becoming a dangerous superpower? --
Are the Palestinians blocking the path to peace in the Middle East? --
Should force be used if necessary to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons? --
Is U.S. policy toward Latin America on the right track? --
Does the Islamist movement threaten the democracy gained in the Arab Spring? --
Is economic globalization good for both rich and poor? --
Does China's currency manipulation warrant international and national action? --
Should the United States ratify the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty? --
Should U.S. forces continue to fight in Afghanistan? --
Does using drones to attack terrorists globally violate international law? --
Is the use and threat of force necessary in international relations? --
Is the UN a worthwhile organization? --
Is U.S. refusal to join the International Criminal Court wise? --
Should the United States ratify the convention to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women? --
Are international negotiations to control global warming useful?
Other Titles: World politics
Clashing views in world politics

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