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The U.S. at War

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Titles to Note:
The Torture Papers: The Road to Abu Ghraib; edited by Karen J. Greenberg and Joshua L. Dratel; Cambridge University Press.
Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military Industry; by P.W. Singer; Cornell University Press.

An extensive bibliography on the country and its regional and international relationships, including an extensive section of books that study the 2003 invasion and its aftermath.

United States Foreign Policy
A book list containing historical overviews of U.S. foreign policy, analyses of debates over the future direction of U.S. foreign policy, studies of the presidential role in setting foreign policy, and studies of U.S. intelligence operations.

War and World History and Peace, International Law, and Justice
Two comprehensive book lists on war and peace around the world.

Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons
Studies of arms control regimes, nuclear proliferation, and analyses of possible military applications of these weapons can be found here.

The Middle East Region
The possible impact of the war on Iraq's neighbors is an important area for consideration. Histories of the surrounding countries and their regional and international relationships, as well as cultural, sociological, and political studies are included in these book lists.

Other Regions of Concern
U.S. military action is now focused in Iraq, but a number of other countries or regions are home to continuing diplomatic stand-offs, military involvement, or simmering conflict. These concerns have not gone away with the onset of the war in Iraq. Book lists are available on:
North Korea
Israel and Palestine

Freedom of Speech
Protests, rallies, and marches marked the nation's progress towards this war and continue, both around the world and in American towns and cities. This bibliography offers resources on the important role the freedom of speech, including freedom to dissent, has played in the United States.

The war in Iraq has increased concern about possible terrorist actions against the United Sattes and allied countries. This is a bibliography on the history of terrorism, including studies of some of the current terrorist networks and security efforts.

Special Subject Lists
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The Media in Wartime/War Reporting

The United Nations

Refugee Crises

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