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World order for a new millennium : political, cultural, and spiritual approaches to building peace

Author: A Walter Dorn
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
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"World Order for a New Millennium examines one of the major issues of our age: how humanity should organize itself on the highest levels of governance - the global level. World Order for a New Millennium provides an overview of the various types of world order, based on the three strategies of coercion, exchange and integration. It then reviews the development of international law and the current means of promoting  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: A Walter Dorn
ISBN: 0312216351 9780312216351
OCLC Number: 40675147
Description: xxi, 266 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Conceptions of world order / Anatol Rapoport --
The historical development of international law / Jennie Hatfield-Lyon --
Carrots, sticks and bombs: securing disarmament treaty compliance without a world police / A. Walter Dorn --
Economic bases for world order: corporate capitalism and/or market socialism? / Myron J. Gordon --
World order by trade and investment decree: the global corporate system / John McMurtry --
A Cold War retrospective: mishaps that might have started accidental nuclear war / Alan Phillips --
The decline of international war / Leonard V. Johnson --
Challenges for the world and for the United Nations / Christopher Spencer --
Recent United Nations agreements: a force for change (annex: The Earth charter) / Rosalie Bertell --
Monitoring the rules: the United Nations and Iraq / D. Marc Kilgour --
The creation of an independent and effective international criminal court / Fergus Watt --
The United Nations in the twenty-first century: a vision for an evolving world order / A. Walter Dorn --
The evolution of diplomacy: coordinating tracks I and II / Cynthia J. Chataway --
Quality of life and a culture of peace / Shirley Farlinger --
Guy Bourgeault --
World order: verbalized or operational concept? (a Christian commentary) / Edward W. Scott --
A Christian statement of faith on "peace in the Nuclear Age" / United Church of Canada --
Pursuing opportunities for shalom in the world: a Jewish view / Martin I. Lockshin --
From inner peace to world peace: a Buddhist perspective / Yoichi Kawada --
Creating inner peace: a Buddhist view / Daniel Vokey --
Toward a "new world" order: a native perspective / Gawitrha --
World religion for the coming age / Hanna Newcombe --
The Bahái̓́ conception of world order / Cheshmak Farhoumand and Charles O. Lerche --
The inner role of the United Nations / Sri Chinmoy --
The Caledon declaration on building a foundation for peace in the third millennium UNESCO declarations and appeals.
Responsibility: A. Walter Dorn, editor.
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"World Order for a New Millennium examines one of the major issues of our age: how humanity should organize itself on the highest levels of governance - the global level. World Order for a New Millennium provides an overview of the various types of world order, based on the three strategies of coercion, exchange and integration. It then reviews the development of international law and the current means of promoting and enforcing it, in the absence of an international police force. The essays look at the role of the military in the Cold War and after, and review the prospects for war and peace in the next century."--Jacket.

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