Greenhaven Press's The World's Hot Spots series provides context and insight into some of the most unstable and conflict-ridden places on the planet. Each volume is an anthology of primary and secondary documents that provides historical background and contemporary analysis on the conflicts in one country or region. An introduction outlines essential background information, and a historical chapter illustrates the roots of the conflicts. Next a wide range of individuals--from world leaders, activists, and professional writers--presents the causes and potential solutions to the current hostilities. In addition, each book includes extensive research tools, such as an annotated table of contents, comprehensive bibliographies, and a glossary of terms and important figures. Greenhaven Press's The World's Hot Spots series will help readers develop a firm grasp of some of the most important issue to affect the international community.
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|The World's Hot Spots Afghanistan (hardcover edition). ISBN 9780737717211|
|The World's Hot Spots Afghanistan (paperback edition). ISBN 9780737717228|
|The World's Hot Spots Iraq (hardcover edition). ISBN 9780737718133|
|The World's Hot Spots Pakistan (hardcover edition). ISBN 9780737714586|
|The World's Hot Spots Saudi Arabia (hardcover edition). ISBN 9780737718119|
|The World's Hot Spots Saudi Arabia (paperback edition). ISBN 9780737718126|