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Rand Corporation Research Reports
Research reports on national security and international affairs topics, as well as other topic, such as civil justice, energy & environment, health care and child policy.
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Government site to find, view, and comment on federal regulations and other federal actions. Allows users to search for comments submitted to federal agenciesto on proposed regulations, or for propsed regulations currently open for comments.
Researching International Law
A slide presentation prepared by John Heywood, for his Seminar on International Courts, on how to research international law in our library.
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