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Resources for Teaching the Post-9/11 Wars / Watson institute International -  Brown University

Costs of War Project research supports an interdisciplinary approach to teaching on the post-9/11 wars, so this community is open to instructors, students, and researchers from all fields. Do you have a resource that should be included on this page and shared with the Costs of War's community of students and instructors? Submit resource details here.

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Costs of War Lesson, Choices Program - videos and class resources to teach the costs of war. From the Choices Program at Brown University. Also includes lesson plans, activities, and readings.

    Video (5 min.): What is the war on terror?

    Video (2 min.): What is the Authorization for the Use of Military Force?

    Video (3 min.): What have been the human costs of the War on Terror?

    Video (2 min.): How are the Iraq and Afghanistan wars different from previous wars?

    Video (2 min.): What are some myths about U.S. defense spending?

    And more..

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