October 2001
National Journal;10/27/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 43, p3346
Presents a guide to the countries connected to the war on terrorism in 2001, either as United States coalition members, states that sponsor terrorism or as neighboring countries to the conflict. Form of government; Name of leader; Ethnic groups and faiths.


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