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Fine. 9780745316796 Softcover, in Fine condition, no stamps or writing, straight spine without creases, looks like new, no flaws to note, a nice looking book, ; A-334; In this book, Paul Rogers argues that there are two fundamental issues that will determine the evolution of conflict in the 21st century-the widening gap between rich and poor, and the environment. Examples are given from around the world, covering both the North and South.
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