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viewing issueVolume 29, Number 2, Spring 2006
Table of Contents
- Modernizing the Geneva Conventions
- pp. 99-113
- The Madrassa Scapegoat
- pp. 117-125
- The Moral Logic and Growth of Suicide Terrorism
- pp. 127-147
- Fighting Insurgency on Sacred Ground
- pp. 149-166
- America Adrift?
- pp. 169-174
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