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Author(s)E.Erin Robbins
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AbstractThe eleventh issue of the San Diego International Law Journal is composed of articles examining the world's reaction to conflict and of ideas throughout the world can bring about major shifts in socio-political thought by challenging the status quo, often resulting in conflict within or among nations. As the world becomes a more interconnected society these international issues become more important within U.S. and International Jurisprudence. The authors within this issue explore the myriad of responses a nation may take when presented with a potential conflict.