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Male Genital Mutilation: Beyond the tolerable?

From Ethnicities This article aims to show that, if Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) warrants the serious attention of policy-makers, then so too, despite quantitative differences, does Male Genital Mutilation (MGM). FGM is viewed by many as marking the boundary of … Continue reading

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Testing the trade relations theory that we are usually reluctant to “fight our customers”

Trade and foreign policy attitudes From Journal of Conflict Resolution This forty-seven-country survey focuses on attitudes toward two major participants in the international trading system, the United States and China. The study tests the liberal international relations theory that trade … Continue reading

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