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Globalization: International Conflicts, Security & Terrorism
A guide to materials on globalization in the SAU Library in connection with the tenth annual College of Arts and Sciences theme, Faces of Globalization.
A little over half of the items in the HSDL Collection are openly searchable and available to the public, with no account or authorization necessary. This public collection includes items such as U.S. Policy and Strategy Documents related to homeland security, General U.S. Policy Documents, National Strategies, Executive Orders and Presidential Directives, and Key Legislation, Congressional Hearings and Legislation, CRS Reports & Issue Briefs, GAO Reports & Testimony, Theses & Research Reports from U.S. federal academic institutions, particularly the Naval Postgraduate School, Research Tools such as grants, statistics, and books and journals (the HSDL does not collect commercially published and print materials, we do maintain a list of publishers and sources)
Thousands of additional resources released by U.S. federal government agencies and organizations
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Properly informing viewers of news stories helps citizens of countries in conflict and third-party countries to put pressure on their political leaders to end the conflict. Many Palestinians feel the international community has ignored their plight.