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September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment?
Mary L. Dudziak
Duke University Press
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Transforming International Law after the September 11 Attacks?: Three Evolving Paradigms for Regulating International Terrorism
Laurence R. Helfer
Laurence R. Helfer, 2003. "Transforming International Law after the September 11 Attacks?: Three Evolving Paradigms for Regulating International Terrorism", September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment?, Mary L. Dudziak
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