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Afghanistan (Global Hotspots) by David Downing
Burma (Global Hotspots) by Nathaniel Harris
Colombia (Global Hotspots) by David Downing
Cuba (Global Hotspots) by Paul Mason
The Indian Subcontinent (Global Hotspots) by Paul Mason
Iran (Global Hotspots) by David Downing
Iraq (Global Hotspots) by Paul Mason
Israel and Palestine (Global Hotspots) by Paul Mason
North Korea (Global Hotspots) by Clive Gifford
Sudan (Global Hotspots) by Geoff Barker
Tibet (Global Hotspots) by Joseph Harris
Zimbabwe (Global Hotspots) by Yvonne Thorpe

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