War on the web: Iraq conflict teaching links

3rd April 2003 at 01:00

This is the war on the web. Word about the antiwar protests went round on the web, and the news media are sparing no effort to put background information online so we can all understand exactly which resolutions are being enforced and which bits of international law are being broken.

It makes a lot of sense to use the web to reinforce lessons or discussions about the war, but what sort of thing is out there?


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