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Tip Sheet

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June 30, 2004 -- No. 343

UNC faculty experts can help reporters explore current situation in Iraq

Note to editors: Please use the table of contents below to reach sources on the desired topic.

1. Military issues and national security
2. National political issues
3. Human rights and ethical issues of war
4. Rebuilding Iraq, impact on other countries in the region, implications for U.S. foreign policy
5. Historical contexts, the Middle East, the various faces of Islam
6. Public health implications
7. Impact of conflict on families, children
8. Psychological issues and anxiety disorders
9. Economic ramifications
10. Role of public opinion, media in decision-making
11. Patriotism and other popular culture topics


Military issues and national security


National political issues


Human rights and ethical issues of war


Rebuilding Iraq, impact on other countries in the region, implications for U.S. foreign policy


Historical contexts, the Middle East, the various faces of Islam


Public health implications


Impact of conflict on families, children


Psychological issues and anxiety disorders


Economic ramifications


Impact of public opinion, media on decisions


Patriotism and other popular culture topics

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