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"Transnational corporations (TNCs) have assumed a greater share of global power vis-à-vis states. Thus, understanding how to assign corporate responsibility has become more urgent for scholars in international studies. ..." – By Swati Srivastava
"Unlike many disciplines and fields, genocide studies does not have a clearly identifiable introductory course that contains close similarities in terms of the texts used, the structure and organization of the course, and the specific cases analyzed. As the 37 syllabi show, courses on genocide are offered at every level of undergraduate education, from first year to senior capstone, as well as in graduate education. ..." – By Jeffrey S. Bachman
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