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Explaining Third World Alignment
Many argue that balance of power theory is as applicable to the Third World as it is to other states. Without substantial modification, however, balance of power theory cannot explain Third WorldExpand
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Israel's Policy of Targeted Killing
Since the beginning of the second intifada in the fall of 2000, Israel has pursued a policy in which alleged Palestinian terrorists have been hunted down and killed by government order. The policy isExpand
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Internal war: causes and cures.
Since the end of the cold war internal conflicts have received unprecedented attention. Of special interest has been the effort of neorealists to employ an approach traditionally used to explainExpand
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Choosing Sides: Alignment and Realignment in the Third World
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Public health studies as an undergraduate major.
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Why the Third World Still Matters
  • S. David
  • Political Science
  • 24 January 1992
War and the disintegration of the Soviet Union have not ended the importance of the Third World to American interests and worldwide stability, nor have they ushered in a new era of peace.’ BecauseExpand
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Coup and Anti-Coup
  • S. David
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 1982
Abstract Protecting allied Third World regimes against the ever growing threat of coups d'etat is a role for which the United States should be adequately prepared.
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On Academics: Public Health Studies as An Undergraduate Major
Public health spans several disciplines dedicated to the improvement of the health and well-being of popula tions across the globe. This mission broadly focuses on prevention of illness, disease, andExpand
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Why the Third World Matters
  • S. David
  • Political Science
  • 22 January 1989
The Third World has been and will remain central to U.S. interests.2 The risks of superpower confrontation, the use of nuclear weapons, and American (and Soviet) soldiers engaging in combat are allExpand
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