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America and the World (510:363): Global Policies

Ethics of War/Intervention

Just War Theory
From the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

The Just War Doctrine
NATO Library Thematic Bibliographies No.9/2008.

Ethics of War, Peace, & Terrorism
Resources from Lawrence M. Hinman at the University of San Diego.

Coady, C.A.J. "Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention," Peaceworks 45 (August 2002).

Fixdal, Mona and Dan Smith. "Humanitarian Intervention and Just War," Mershon International Studies Review (1998) 42, 283-312.

Pfaff, Tony. Peacekeeping and the Just War Tradition U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, September 2000.

JustWarTheory.com
Outstanding site maintained by Mark Rigstad (Oakland University). Extensive, critically annotated guide.

Trade

2011 Trade Policy Agenda and 2010 Annual Report
Office of the United States Trade Representative. March 2011.
2010 Trade Policy Agenda and 2009 Annual Report
Office of the United States Trade Representative. March 2010.
2009 Trade Policy Agenda and 2008 Annual Report
Office of the United States Trade Representative. March 2009.
USTR Strategic Plan FY 2007-2012
Office of the United States Trade Representative. 2008.
The United States Trade Representative "seeks to contribute to U.S. economic growth, competitiveness and prosperity by opening markets and reducing trade and investment barriers around the world to create new commercial opportunities for U.S. goods and services industries, workers, ranchers and farmers."
Trade Remedy Compliance Staff
"The U.S. Government’s watchdog charged with monitoring foreign trade remedy practices."
Foreign Trade Statistics
From the U.S. Census Bureau.
Gordon, Bernard K. "A High-Risk Trade Policy," Foreign Affairs 82(4), July/August 2003, pp. 105-118.
"The current American approach to trade, over which he has presided, promises to severely damage U.S. foreign policy and trade. At the heart of the problem is Washington's unwise return to economic "regionalism."
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