The Illini Journal of International Security - Vol 7, No 1, 2020

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  • Vetticad, Ryan (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2020)
    Interstate conflict, in layman's terms -war, is by nature a highly complex and debated issue. From absolute or total war, to multi, dyadic, or systemic level conflicts, to simply a war fought for personal or state glory, ...

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  • Sepich, Jake (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2020)
    Since the end of World War I, ethnic Kurds have been denied a sovereign, independent state despite repeated assistance provided to the West. Because of this, and features of their state such as promotion of democratic ...

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  • Kim, Keunhee (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2020)
    According to the United Nations, human rights are the rights to which all people are equally and fairly entitled. Among these are:to be free from slavery and torture, to express themselves, to work and be educated, and to ...

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  • Hamel, Emma (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2020)
    The People’s Republic of China, one of the biggest military presences in the world, has been rapidly expanding its once modest nuclear arsenal. This articlewill explore these developments and attempt to explain why China ...

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