Volume XIX, no. 2: Fall 2010

AFRICOM: Motivations Behind the United States’ Newest Combatant Command and What to Expect
By Benjamin Mansbach
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Hezbollah and Iran: The new resistance model and why it will fail
By Omid Townsend
Georgetown University

After Mass Atrocity: Pragmatism and Foresight in the Pursuit of Post-Conflict Justice
By Jeffrey M. Bernstein
Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University

Self Impact Assessment: A Comparative Analysis of Development and Human Rights Non Governmental Organizations
By Koldo Casla
University of Denver

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