The Current Issues Series from the Choices Program takes students to the center of debates on a variety of contested international issues. Students consider multiple perspectives and various policy decisions on immigration, climate change, terrorism, genocide, and human rights as well as the United States’ involvement with Afghanistan, China, Iraq, and Russia. Other units take a deep look at Cuba, Mexico, the Middle East, Nigeria, Syria, and Turkey, as well as foreign aid, international trade, nuclear weapons, and the United Nations. Pricing for the Current Issues Series in print reflects a discount of 10 percent. For Digital Editions, pricing reflects a discount of 10-15 percent, depending on the license (10 percent off for a two-year license; 15 percent off for a five-year license).