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Diverse Perspectives on Peace, Prosperity and Democracy Handbook of Peace, Prosperity and Democracy Volume 3
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Editors: Nagel, Stuart S. (University of Illinois)
Book Description:
Domestic American and international fortunes are affected by three levels of policy makers: U.S., developing nations, and international interaction. At each level, policy occurs at many different areas, including economic, technology, social, political, legal, and international. This book contains a selection of essays studying the impact of policy on the three interrelated elements of peace, prosperity, and democracy. No nation can succeed unless it finds a balance among these aspects.

Table of Contents:
Introduction. Chapter 1: Contemporary Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution: The Intertwining (John D. Stempel). Chapter 2: Reforming the United Nations Security Council: A Decision-Making Analysis (Courtney B. Smith). Chapter 3: Slouching Towards Innovation: Institutional Resistance to Policy in Public Organizations (Barry Goetz). Chapter 4: National Industrial Policy in the Context of Supranational and Subnational Policy Expansion (Niels Christian Sidenius). Chapter 5: Economics as a Substitute for War (Michael McKinley). Chapter 6: Globalization as War: Equivalence and Convergence in the Theory and Practice of Neoliberalism (Michael McKinley). Chapter 7: Globalization, Technology, and Emancipatory Politics: Towards a New Multilateralism? (Michael G. Schechter). Chapter 8: Between Constructive Engagement and Sanctions: Solutions to Foreign Economic Policies Toward China and other Non-Liberal States (Solomon M. Karmel). Epilogue: Integrating Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy. Index.

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   ISBN: 1-59033-207-5
  
  
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