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UNIT 22 RESOURCES
How "global" were the World Wars? This unit examines Japanese imperialism, the Belgian Congo, and twentieth century peace institutions to study how local, national, ethnic, and religious conflicts shaped these wars and their aftermaths.
The Rise of Japan as a Military and Imperial Power
Post-Colonialism in the Belgian Congo
International Peace Movements
Patrick Manning discusses how conceptions of world order can create as well as prevent conflict through the example of the Rwandan genocide of the 1990s.
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