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Stand Your Ground and Concealed Weapons Laws

The killing of Trayvon Martin has prompted former President Bill Clinton and others to call for a review of Stand Your Ground laws. State policies on concealed weapons and self-defense.

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Environmental Outlook: Water & Global Security

The American intelligence community recently released a report warning that problems with water could destabilize various regions of the world over the next decade. The earth's rising population, climate change, and poor water management...

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