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Publisher Description

Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs. The articles in Foreign Affairs deal with questions of international interest. They cover a broad range of subjects, not only political but historical and economic. This issue includes the following articles:

• NAFTA: Myths versus Facts by William A. Orme, Jr.

• The Uncomfortable Truth about NAFTA: It’s Foreign Policy, Stupid by Paul Krugman

• Creating a Pacific Community: A Time to Bolster Economic Institutions by Frank B. Gibney

• Wandering in the Void: Charting the U.N.’s New Strategic Role by John Gerard Ruggie

• GATTing the Greens: Not Just Greening the GATT by Daniel C. Esty

• The Future of the Islamic Movement by Richard W. Bulliet

• Is Jordan Doomed? by Lawrence Tal

• The Rise of China by Nicholas D. Kristof

• The Asianization of Asia by Yoichi Funabashi

• South Africa’s Future Foreign Policy by Nelson Mandela

• Why South Africa Gave Up the Bomb by J. W. de Villiers, Roger Jardine, Mitchell Reiss

• The Challenges to Turkey by Eric Rouleau

• Is Pinochet the Model? by Angelo M. Codevilla

• The Wrath of Ages: Nationalism’s Primordial Roots by Conor Cruise O’Brien

• Risking the American Dream: Pointing Fingers Is Easier than Plotting Courses by Felix G. Rohatyn

• If Not Civilizations, What? Samuel Huntington Responds to His Critics by Samuel P. Huntington

GENRE
Politics & Current Affairs
RELEASED
1993
1 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
194
Pages
PUBLISHER
Council of Foreign Relations
SELLER
Council on Foreign Relations
SIZE
2.6
MB

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